Timothy Doyle

Professor Timothy Doyle

Professor

School of Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.


Professor Timothy Doyle, B.A. Hons. (Melb), M.A. High Distinction (Adel), Ph.D. (Griffith), is Professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of Adelaide in Australia, where he teaches Global Environmental Politics, International Political Economy and Political Fiction. He is Founding Chair of The Indo-Pacific Governance Research Centre (IPGRC) in the School of Social Sciences in the Faculty of Arts.

He also holds other university affiliations. He is Emeritus Professor of Politics and International Relations at Keele University in the United Kingdom. At Keele, he served as Founding Head of the Research Centre for Politics, International Relations and Environment (RC for SPIRE). Doyle is also Distinguished Research Fellow at the Australia-Asia-Pacific Institute (AAPI), Curtin University, Western Australia.

Professor Doyle has taught and contributed to university courses in the United Kingdom, the United States, Malaysia, India and Australia and has been a dedicated environmental and human rights activist since the 1980s.

In 2014, the Commonwealth of Australia appointed Professor Doyle as Chair of the Indian Ocean Rim Association Academic Group (IORAG) for 2014 – 15 with a remit to encourage and lead closer academic cooperation and output on Indian Ocean issues and projects relevant to IORA members. The IORA Academic Group, based in Ebene, Mauritius, was created to provide an opportunity to build bridges and increase networking between the three tiers of government, the private sector and academia within the Indian Ocean Rim. In 2016, he was reappointed by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to continue as the Australian Government Academic Focal Point for the Indian Ocean Rim from 2016 to 2019.

Currently, Doyle is Project Leader for the Australian Research Council Discovery Project (2012-2016) entitled: ‘Building and Indian Ocean Region.’ The remit: ‘The Indian Ocean Region, of vital geopolitical importance to Australia, is the heart of the Third World - overwhelmed by chronic poverty, precarious political systems, and conflicting ethno-religious identities. This project will document attempts at constructing regional identities and institutions, and facilitate the process of building a secure Region’.

He is the current Chief Editor of the Journal of the Indian Ocean Region (Routledge: London); and serves on the editorial board of the international journal Social Movement Studies (Routledge: London). He is Series Editor of the Introductions to Environment – Society and Environment Series for Routledge, and also serves as Series Editor, with Phil Catney, of the Transforming Environmental Politics and Policy Series, Routledge, Oxford. He is Founding Director of Human and Environmental Security for the Indian Ocean Research Group (IORG) based in Chandigarh and Perth.

Professor Doyle has published widely in a diverse range of journals including Third World Quarterly, Geopolitics, Environmental Politics, Critical Social Policy, Social Movement Studies, Mobilization, Australian Journal of Political Science, Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, and Social Alternatives.

Research Interests

Professor Doyle’s research interests include: the Politics and International Relations of the Environment; Politics and International Relations of the Indian Ocean Region; Indo-Pacific Governance; International Political Economy; Human and Environmental Security; and Political Fiction.

Several of these interests converge in two of his most recent books, 'Dyandi': A Novel, (Melbourne Books: Melbourne, Australia 2014), is a piece of political fiction which documents environmental destruction and militant green resistance in the Philippines. Also, in 2015, he published a work of non-fiction alongside Sanjay Chaturvedi, entitled 'Climate Terror: a Critical Geopolitics of Climate Change' which has been reviewed and critically acclaimed in a number of international journals.

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2018 Doherty, B., & Doyle, T. (2018). Friends of the Earth International: agonistic politics, modus vivendi and political change. Environmental Politics, 27(6), 1-22.
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    2018 Doyle, T. (2018). The rise and return of the Indo-Pacific: oceans, seas and civilisational linkages. East Asia, 35(2), 99-115.
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    2016 Doyle, T. (2016). Foreword. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 12(1), 1.
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    2015 Doyle, T., & Seal, G. (2015). Indian Ocean futures: new partnerships, new alliances and academic diplomacy. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 11(1), 2-7.
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    2014 Doyle, T. (2014). The coming together of geoeconomics and geosecurities in the Indian Ocean Region. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 10(2), 129-132.
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    2013 Doyle, T. J. (2013). Special issue: Africa and the Indian Ocean Region. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 9(2), 131-133.
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    2012 Doyle, T., & Lockhart, A. (2012). Climate schmimate? Local campains against Shell or transnational campaigns against climate change?. Social Alternatives, 31(1), 29-34.
    2012 Rumley, D., Doyle, T., & Chaturvedi, S. (2012). 'Securing' the Indian Ocean?: competing regional security constructions. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 8(1), 1-20.
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    2011 Catney, P., & Doyle, T. (2011). The welfare of now and the green (post) politics of the future. Critical Social Policy, 31(2), 174-193.
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    2010 Chaturvedi, S., & Doyle, T. (2010). Geopolitics of fear and the emergence of 'climate refugees': imaginative geographies of climate change and displacements in Bangladesh. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 6(2), 206-222.
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    2010 Doyle, T. (2010). Surviving the gang bang theory of nature: The environment movement during the Howard years. Social Movement Studies, 9(2), 155-169.
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    2010 Doyle, T., & Chaturvedi, S. (2010). Climate territories: A global soul for the global south?. Geopolitics, 15(3), 516-535.
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    2010 Chaturvedi, S., & Doyle, T. (2010). Geopolitics of climate change and Australia's 'Re-engagement' with Asia: Discourses of fear and cartographic anxieties. Australian Journal of Political Science, 45(1), 95-115.
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    2006 Doyle, T., & Simpson, A. (2006). Traversing more than speed bumps: Green politics under authoritarian regimes in Burma and Iran. Enviromental Politics, 15(5), 750-767.
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    2006 Doyle, T., & Doherty, B. (2006). Green public spheres and the green governance state: The politics of emancipation and ecological conditionality. Enviromental Politics, 15(5), 881-892.
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    2006 Doherty, B., & Doyle, T. (2006). Beyond borders: Transnational politics, social movements and modern environmentalisms. Enviromental Politics, 15(5), 697-712.
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    2004 Doyle, T., & Simpson, A. (2004). Authoritarian states and environmental protest: Burma and Iran. Chain Reaction, 92(Summer), 27-30.
    2004 Doyle, T. (2004). Editorial: Environmental Movements in Majority and Minority Worlds: A Global Perspective. Chain Reaction, 92 Summer(5).
    2002 Doyle, T. (2002). Environmental campaigns against mining in Australia and the Philippines. Mobilization, 7(1), 29-42.
    1998 Doyle, T. (1998). Sustainable development and Agenda 21: the secular bible of global free markets and pluralist democracy. Third World Quarterly, 19(4), 771-786.
    DOI Scopus74 WoS53
    1995 Doyle, T. (1995). Corporations, power and the environment. Chain Reaction, (73/74), 14-17.
  • Books

    Year Citation
    2017 Doyle, T. (Ed.) (2017). Geoeconomics and Geosecurities in the Indian Ocean Region. NY, USA: Routledge.
    2016 Doyle, T., & Rumley, D. (Eds.) (2016). Africa and the Indian Ocean Region.
    2016 Doyle, T., & Rumley, D. (Eds.) (2016). Africa and the Indian Ocean Region.
    2016 Doyle, T., McEachern, D., & MacGregor, S. (2016). Environment and Politics (Fourth edition) (4 ed.). Abingdon, United Kingdom: Routledge.
    2015 Chaturvedi, S., & Doyle, T. (2015). Climate Terror: A Critical Geopolitics of Climate Change. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.
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    2015 Rumley, D., & Doyle, T. (Eds.) (2015). Indian Ocean Regionalism. United Kingdom: Routledge.
    2015 Rumley, D., & Doyle, T. (Eds.) (2015). Indian Ocean Regionalism. United Kingdom: Routledge.
    2014 Doyle, T., & MacGregor, S. (Eds.) (2014). Environmental movements around the world: shades of green in politics and culture, volume 1: North America, South and Central America, Africa, and the Middle East. Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.
    2014 Doyle, T., & MacGregor, S. (Eds.) (2014). Environmental movements around the world: shades of green in politics and culture, volume 2: Europe, Asia and Oceania. Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.
    2013 Doherty, B., & Doyle, T. (2013). Environmentalism, resistance and solidarity: the politics of the Friends of the Earth International (1 ed.). Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
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    2008 Doyle, T., & Risely, M. (2008). Preface (Vol. 64). TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD.
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    2008 Doyle, T., & Risely, M. (2008). Crucible For Survival: Environmental security and justice in the indian ocean region.
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    2008 Doyle, T., & McEachern, D. (2008). Environment and Politics. 3rd Edition. New York: Routledge.
    2005 Doyle, T. (2005). Environmental movements in minority and majority worlds : a global perspective. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.
    2001 Doyle, T., & McEachern, D. (2001). Environment and politics. New York: Routledge.
    DOI Scopus6
    2000 Doyle, T. (2000). Green Power: The environment movement in Australia. UNSW Sydney 2052: University of New South Wales Press Limited.
    1995 Doyle, T., & Kellow, A. (1995). Environmental Politics and Policy Making in Australia. Macmillan.
  • Book Chapters

    Year Citation
    2018 Doyle, T. (2018). Environmental non-governmental organizations. In A. Kellow, & H. Murphy-Gregory (Eds.), Handbook of Research on NGOs (pp. 258-279). Cheltenham, Glos; USA: Edward Elgar Publishing.
    2016 Doyle, T. (2016). Climate change as comprehensive security in the continuum: geostrategy and geoeconomics in the time and place of the Indo-Pacific. In P. Chacko (Ed.), New Regional Geopolitics in the Indo-pacific: Drivers, dynamics and consequences (pp. 60-73). London, United Kingdom: Routledge.
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    2016 Doyle, T. (2016). Indian Oceans and Seascapes: Blue Economies and Communities or Race to the Bottom of the Sea?. In T. Kerr (Ed.), Indian Ocean Futures Communities, Sustainability and Security (pp. xii-xx). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
    2015 Doyle, T., & Rumley, D. (2015). Africa and contested constructions of the Indian Ocean Region. In D. Rumley (Ed.), The Political Economy of Indian Ocean Maritime Africa (pp. 91-100). New Delhi: Pentagon Press.
    2015 Rumley, D., Doyle, T., & Chaturvedi, S. (2015). 'Securing' the Indian Ocean? Competing regional security constructions. In D. Rumley, & T. Doyle (Eds.), Indian Ocean Regionalism (pp. 1-20). Abingdon & New York: Routledge.
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    2014 Doyle, T., & MacGregor, S. (2014). Green tide: "Worlding" environmental movements. In T. Doyle, & S. MacGregor (Eds.), Environmental movements around the world: Shades of green in politics and culture (Volume 1) (1 ed., pp. 1-17). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.
    2014 Doyle, T., & MacGregor, S. (2014). Through the green kaleidoscope: Environmental movements around the world. In T. Doyle, & S. MacGregor (Eds.), Environmental movements around the world: Shades of green in politics and culture (Volume 2) (1 ed., pp. 1-19). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.
    2014 MacGregor, S., & Doyle, T. (2014). Conclusion: Environmentalism and climate change: Green politics in an "Age of Stupid". In T. Doyle, & S. MacGregor (Eds.), Environmental movements around the world: Shades of green in politics and culture (Volume 1) (1 ed., pp. 299-309). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.
    2014 Alfonsi, A., MacGregor, S., & Doyle, T. (2014). Conclusion: Context is all: the many environmentalisms. In T. Doyle, & S. MacGregor (Eds.), Environmental movements around the world: Shades of green in politics and culture (Volume 2) (1 ed., pp. 359-373). Santa Barbara, California: Praeger.
    2014 Doyle, T., Alfonsi, A., & Robertson, P. (2014). The global economy. In D. Baldino, A. Carr, & A. Langlois (Eds.), Australian foreign policy: controversies and debates (pp. 75-94). South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press.
    2013 Doyle, T., & Lockhart, A. (2013). Local campaigns against Shell or transnational campaigns against climate change? From the Niger Delta, Nigeria to Rossport, Ireland. In M. Salih (Ed.), Local Climate Change and Society (1 ed., pp. 162-183). United Kingdom: Routledge.
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    2012 Doyle, T. (2012). Building Indian Ocean regionalisms: an agenda for IORG research. In V. Sakhuja (Ed.), Reinvigorating IOR-ARC (1 ed., pp. 1-17). India: Pentagon Press.
    2012 Doherty, B., & Doyle, T. (2012). North-south environmentalisms: Friends of the Earth International (FOEI). In J. Howell (Ed.), Global Matters for Non-Governmental Public Action (1 ed., pp. 153-177). United Kingdom: Palgrave MacMillan.
    2011 Doyle, T., & Chaturvedi, S. (2011). Climate Refugees and Security: Conceptualizations, Categories, and Contestations. In J. Dryzek, R. Norgaard, & D. Schlosberg (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Climate Change and Society (1 ed., pp. 278-291). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.
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    2011 Catney, P., & Doyle, T. (2011). Challenges to the state. In T. Fitzpatrick (Ed.), Understanding the Environment and Social Policy (1 ed., pp. 91-109). United Kingdom: The Policy Press.
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    2009 Doyle, T., & Haward, M. (2009). Regulatory and market-based instruments in the governance of fisheries and marine protected areas in the Indian Ocean region: in search of cooperative governance. In D. Rumley, S. Chaturvedi, & V. Sakhuja (Eds.), Fisheries exploitation in the Indian Ocean (pp. 298-324). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).
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    2008 Doyle, T., & Doherty, B. (2008). Green public spheres and the green governance state: the politics of emancipation and ecological conditionality. In Beyond Borders: Environmental Movements and Transnational Politics (pp. 185-196). London: Routledge.
    2008 Doyle, T., & Simpson, A. (2008). Traversing more than speed bumps: Green politics under authoritarian regimes in Burma and Iran. In B. Doherty, & T. Doyle (Eds.), Beyond Borders: Environmental Movements and Transnational Politics (pp. 54-71). London: Routledge.
    2008 Doyle, T. (2008). Sustainable development and Agenda 21: The secular bible of global free markets and pluralist democracy. In R. Mitchell (Ed.), International Environmental Politics (pp. 319-335). London: Sage Publishing/Sage Publications.
    2008 Doyle, T. (2008). Crucible for survival- Earth, Rain, Fire and Wind. In Crucible for Survival: Environmental Security and Justice in the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 3-21). United States: Rutgers University Press.
    2008 Doyle, T. (2008). Fire and Firepower: Energy security in the Indian Ocean region. In T. Doyle, & M. Risely (Eds.), Crucible for Survival: Environmental Security and Justice in the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 187-198). USA: Rutgers University Press.
    2008 Doyle, T. (2008). Struggles for river security: Movements against dams. In T. Doyle, & M. Risely (Eds.), Crucible for Survival: Environmental Security and Justice in the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 171-184). USA: Rutgers University Press.
    2008 Risely, M., & Doyle, T. (2008). The essence of life - water security in the Indian Ocean. In T. Doyle, & M. Risely (Eds.), Crucible for Survival: Environmental Security and Justice in the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 133-144). USA: Rutgers University Press.
    2008 Risely, M., & Doyle, T. (2008). Earth security in the Indian Ocean region. In T. Doyle, & M. Risely (Eds.), Crucible for Survival: Environmental Security and Justice in the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 75-86). USA: Rutgers University Press.
    2008 Rumley, D., & Doyle, T. (2008). The Uranium trade in the Indian Ocean region. In T. Doyle, & M. Risely (Eds.), Crucible for Survival: Environmental Security and Justice in the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 228-240). USA: Rutgers University Press.
    2008 Doyle, T. (2008). Wind: Air Security in the Indian Ocean region. In T. Doyle, & M. Risely (Eds.), Crucible for Survival: Environmental Security and Justice in the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 243-257). USA: Rutgers University Press.
    2008 Doyle, T. (2008). The politics of hope: Understanding environmental justice and security in the Indian Ocean region within a post Colonialist frame. In T. Doyle, & M. Risely (Eds.), Crucible for Survival: Environmental Security and Justice in the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 305-324). USA: Rutgers University Press.
    2008 Doherty, B., & Doyle, T. (2008). Beyond borders: Transnational politics, social movements and modern environmentalisms. In Beyond Borders: Environmental Movements and Transnational Politics (pp. 1-16). Routledge.
    2008 Risely, M., & Doyle, T. (2008). Earth security in the indian ocean region : Food, f i s h e r i e s, and biodiversity. In Crucible For Survival: Environmental security and justice in the indian ocean region (pp. 75-86).
    2005 Doyle, T. (2005). The Indian Ocean as the nuclear ocean: Environmental security dimensions of nuclear power. In D. Rumley, & S. Chaturvedi (Eds.), Energy Security and the Indian Ocean Region (pp. 230-252). 50 Sidharth Enclave, New Delhi: Sage Publishing/Sage Publications.
    2005 Doyle, T. (2005). Outside the state: Australian green politics and the public inquiry into uranium. In R. Paehlke, & D. Torgerson (Eds.), Managing Leviathan: Environmental Politics and the Administrative State (pp. 235-256). Ontario, Canada: Broadview Press.
    2004 Doyle, T. (2004). Dam disputes in Australia and India: Appreciating differences in struggles for sustainable development. In D. Gopal, & D. Rumley (Eds.), India and Australia - Issues and opportunities (pp. 365-384). E-35/103, Jawahar Park, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi-110 092, India: Authorspress.
    2004 Doyle, T. (2004). An agenda for environmental security in the Indian Ocean region. In D. Rumley, & S. Chaturvedi (Eds.), Geopolitical orientations, regionalism and security in the Indian Ocean (pp. 154-171). Sidharth Enclave, PO Jangpura, New Delhi 110014 India: South Asian Publishing PVT Ltd.
    2000 Doyle, T. (2000). The campaign to save the wet tropics. In G. McDonald, & M. Lane (Eds.), Securing the wet tropics? (pp. 103-116). NSW, Australia: Federation Press.
    1999 Doyle, T. (1999). Roundtable decision making in arid lands under conservative governments: the emergence of "wise use". In Australian Environmental Policy 2: Studies in decline and devolution (pp. 122-141). University of New South Wales Press.
  • Conference Papers

    Year Citation
    2012 Doyle, T., & Rumley, D. (2012). The rise of the Indo-Pacific: 'pacifying' the Indian Ocean region. In Proceedings of the 2nd Annual International Conference on Political Science, Sociology and International Relations, PSSIR 2012 (pp. 135-138). Australia: GSTF.
    2005 Doyle, T. (2005). Green Underground I: The Theory of Environmental Politics under Authoritarian Regimes. In Transforming environmental governance for the 21st century. Ecopolitics XVI, July 4-6 2005, Conference proceedings. Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia: Ecopolitics Association of Australasia/Centre for Governance and Public Policy.
    2004 Doyle, T. (2004). Exploring environmental security: nuclear waste in the Indian ocean region. In C. Beasley, L. Hill, C. ohnson, G. McCarthy, & C. Macintyre (Eds.), Proceedings of the Australasian Political Studies Association Conference 2004 (pp. www 1-www 28). www.adelaide.edu.au/apsa/papers: APSA.
  • Report for External Bodies

    Year Citation
    2013 Doyle, T. (2013). Regional Options for Indian Ocean Security: Report of the Australia India Institute: The Indian Ocean Region: Security, Stability and Sustainability in the 21st Century. Australia: Australia India Institute.
  • Original Creative Works

    Year Citation
    2014 Authors: Doyle T. Title: Dyandi. Description: N/A. Extent: 192 pages.
  • Theses

    Year Citation
    2018 Bhatnagar, S. (2018). Foreign Policy Think Tanks: Challenging or Building Consensus on India's Pakistan Policy. (PhD Thesis).
    1995 Williams, S. J. (1995). The Environmental Implications of LETSystems. (Master's Thesis).
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  • Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

    Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
    2016 - 2019 Principal Supervisor Liminal Boundaries and Vulnerabilities to Radicalisation in the Context of Securitisation of Migration Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Yvonne Jazz Rowa
    2014 - 2019 Principal Supervisor The Development of IGAD as a Distinctively African Regional Security Community for the Horn of Africa with Case Studies of South Sudan and Somalia Master of Philosophy Master Part Time Mr Stephen Gatkak Chan
    2014 - 2018 Co-Supervisor Foreign Policy Think Tanks: Challenging or Building Consensus on India's Pakistan Policy Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Stuti Bhatnagar
    2012 - 2015 Principal Supervisor Indian Ocean Maritime Security: Risk-based International Policy Development Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Lee George Cordner
    2011 - 2014 Co-Supervisor Chinese Environmental Cosmopolitanization 2000-2010 Master of Philosophy Master Part Time Dr Beverly Beasley
    2011 - 2013 Principal Supervisor The Kurdish and Iraqi Counter-Quests for Nationhood The Transformation of Iraqi Kurdistan into Quasi-State Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Aram Rafaat
    2010 - 2014 Co-Supervisor ASYLUM SEEKERS AND AUSTRALIAN POLITICS, 1996-2007 Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Bette Wright
    2010 - 2013 Co-Supervisor Think Tanks, Discourse, and the Promotion of Non-Traditional Security in Asia: An Examination of Think Tank Ideational Influence on Asian Security Governance Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Erin Catherine Zimmerman
    2005 - 2009 Principal Supervisor The Diffusion of International Climate Governance Norms: A Critical Constructivist Analysis Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Hayley Louise Stevenson
    2005 - 2008 Principal Supervisor The Myth of Prosperity: Globalization and the South Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Viraj Thacker
    2003 - 2011 Co-Supervisor Community Gardening As Social Action: The Australian Community Gardening Movement and Repertoires for Change Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Claire Elizabeth Nettle
    2003 - 2010 Co-Supervisor The Ethics of Japan's Global Environmental Policy Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Dr Midori Kagawa-Fox
    2001 - 2005 Co-Supervisor SUSTAINABILITY IN MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN BAMENDA AND YAOUNDE, CAMEROON Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Eric Achankeng
    2000 - 2004 Co-Supervisor PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT IN THE INDONESIAN EIA PROCESS: PROCESS, PERCEPTIONS, AND ALTERNATIVES Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Dadang Purnama
    1998 - 2002 Principal Supervisor ECOPOLIS Towards an Integrated Theory for the Design, Development and Maintenance of Ecological Cities Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time APrf Paul Downton
    1998 - 2002 Co-Supervisor A REVIEW OF ISSUES RELATING TO THE DISPOSAL OF URBAN WASTE IN SYDNEY, MELBOURNE AND ADELAIDE: An Environmental History Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Philip Nicholls
    1998 - 2003 Principal Supervisor The Politics of Precaution: An Eco-political Investigation of Agricultural Gene Technology Policy in Australia, 1992-2000 Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Melissa Risely
    1997 - 2009 Principal Supervisor Transnational Energy Projects and Green Politics in Thailand and Burma Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Dr Adam Simpson
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  • Editorial Boards

    Date Role Editorial Board Name Institution Country
    2015 - ongoing Board Member Global Faultlines
    2010 - ongoing Editor-In-chief Journal of the Indian Ocean Region
    2008 - ongoing Board Member Social Movement Studies: journal of social, cultural and political protest
  • Position: Professor
  • Phone: 83134489
  • Email: timothy.doyle@adelaide.edu.au
  • Fax: 8313 3443
  • Campus: North Terrace
  • Building: Napier, floor 5
  • Room: 5 09
  • Org Unit: Politics and International Relations (POLIR)

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