B.A., M.A. (Auckland)
Postgraduate Certificate in Antarctic Studies with Distinction (University of Canterbury)
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Anne-Marie Brady is a fluent Chinese language speaker who specializes in researching Chinese politics and polar politics.
Her research interests fall within the fields of China’s international relations and domestic politics, governance, communist/post-communist studies, nationalism, New Zealand’s past and present relations with China; and the politics of Antarctica and the Arctic.
From September 2013 to May 2014 Professor Brady will be based in Washington DC as a Research Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, researching a project on China polar policies.
Professor Brady is the Editor-in-chief of The Polar Journal, published by Taylor and Francis.
She also founded the listserve for discussion on polar current affairs: Polarpol. Join here: http://lists.canterbury.ac.nz/mailman/listinfo/polarpol
Her latest books are:
China's Thought Management (2011)
Foreigners and Foreign Institutions in Republican China (2012)(co-edited with Doug Brown)
The Emerging Politics of Antarctica (2012)
POLS 406 Chinese Politics
Current research projects: China’s polar activities; Antarctic governance; NZ-China-South Pacific.
Completed projects: The politics of ethnicity in China. The propaganda system in China. Media and politics in China. China's domestic and foreign policy. Foreigners in China. NZ-China relations. China and Taiwan's Relations in the South Pacific. New Zealand's interests in Antarctica. Antarctic politics. NZ foreign and defence policy.
I welcome graduate supervisions and media enquiries on the above themes.
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Please view Anne-Marie's UC SPARK Profile for a full list of publications.