Dr. Mike Hayes

Dr. Mike Hayes

Education

• Ph.D. History and Politics, University of Wollongong 1997
• M.A. Cultural and Communication Studies, University of Wollongong 1992
• B.A. (Hons). Curtin University, Communication and Cultural Studies. 1991

Selected Publications

• 2020. “Selected developments in human rights and democratisation during 2018: Could it have been worse? Mixed messages around democracy and human rights in the Asia Pacific.” Global Campus Human Rights Journal (2020) 3 10-27. https://doi.org/20.500.11825/
• 2020. “Editorial.” Mahidol Journal of Human Rights and Peace 6.1: 107-148
• 2020. “Developing Networks of Human Rights Teaching Universities in the Asia-Pacific: The Establishment of SEAHRN and AUN-HRE.” Human Rights Education in the Asian Pacific Vol 9. Osaka: Asia Pacific Human Rights Information Centre: 201-221.
• 2019. “Mixed Messages for Human Rights and Democracy: Selected developments in human rights and democratisation during 2017: Asia-Pacific.” Global Campus for Human Rights Journal 4.1
• 2018. “Selected developments in human rights and democratisation during 2016: Asia-Pacific.” Global Campus for Human Rights Journal 2.1
• 2018 “The Impact of Securitisation on Marginalised Groups in the Asia Pacific.” Global Campus for Human Rights Journal 2.1
• 2017. “Do Recommendations to the Universal Periodic Review work? Examining Recommendations in UPR’s first two cycles for Nepal, Sri Lanka and Indonesia” Mahidol Journal of Human Rights and Peace 2.2: 107-148
• 2012. “The Politics, Subjectivities and Connectivities of Transnational Migration in East Asia,” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal APMJ 21 (2): 135-147.
• 1998. “Teaching Cultural Studies and Area Studies in Thailand,” MANUSYA: Journal of the Humanities, September 1998.
• 1998. “Sexualising Pacific Islander Women” Sites 36: 22-43.
• 1996. “Australian Adventure Stories of the Pacific: Louis Becke and Colonial Literary History” New Literature Review 29.
• 1995 “Australian Colonialism in the Pacific: The Histories of Pirate ‘Bully’ Hayes” Antithesis 7.2: 28-41.
• 1994 “Autobiography in the Pacific: Changing Functions of Self, Writing, and Nation.” New Literature Review 27: 29-44.

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