Rebecca Hingley, Australian National University
A former postgraduate student of the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at the Australian National University, Rebecca graduated her Master of International Affairs in 2016. Throughout her academic career, both undergraduate and postgraduate, Rebecca researched and commented on Antarctic Geopolitics – with work on the Antarctic Treaty System, the health and operation of international norms within the Antarctic region, and more recently Antarctic philosophies.
In 2016 Rebecca published a piece discussing Antarctic propinquities, specifically in relation to Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia, on Policy Forum.net. She also participated within the ‘Pathways To Antarctica’ Symposium at the University of Wollongong organised by the ECO Antarctic network.
Rebecca is currently pursuing the possibility of a Doctor of Philosophy in Antarctic Geopolitics.
Research projects/ interests
- Antarctic International Relations
- Antarctic International Norms
- The Antarctic Treaty System
- Antarctic Public Engagement
- Antarctic Philosophies
Keywords: Antarctic Geopolitics, International Relations, Antarctic Norms.