Senior Lecturer in International Relations and National Security in the Department of Social Sciences and International Studies, School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts, Bentley campus.
My teaching activities cover the range from First Year introductory units to senior undergraduate level, as well as Politics Honours, and the Postgraduate International Relations and National Security Program. This includes core units at the Certificate and Diploma levels in International Relations, supervision of small theses in the Master of International Relations, and PhD supervision
I particpate in public lectures at Curtin and elsewhere on issues such as Australian energy policy and International Humanitarian Law. I also have an interst in Political and Moral Philosophy.
I contribute opinion pieces on issues relevant to my research activities to ABC Radio
I have published three books since 2005:
- Australian and US Military Cooperation: Fighting Common Enemies (2005) Ashgate (UK),
- An Australian Introduction to International Relations (2007) Pearson Australia, and
- Power Plays: Enriched Uranium and Homeland Security (2011) Ashgate (UK)
I am currently completing a book, due for publication by Ashgate Publishers in 2013: "Fukushima and Beyond: Nuclear Power in a Low-Carbon World".
BA (Hons) PhD (E.Cowan)
I have worked at Curtin since September, 2002.
My research field encompasses a range of sub-fields in Politics, International Relations and Public International Law. These include Australian foreign policy, environmentally sustainable energy policy, critical security studies and Australian nuclear policy. I publish books, book chapters, Journal articles, contributions to conference proceedings and book reviews on these and other allied research fields.
I specialise in Australian and international nuclear policy in the fields of nuclear weapons proliferation and nuclear energy generation.
Australia-Asia -Pacific Institute, Curtin
Australian Institute of International Affairs, WA Branch
I teach International Relations and International Security units at all undergraduate levels. I also teach and supervise in International Relations and National Security Honours and postgraduate research programs at the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma, Master of International Relations and National Security, and Doctoral levels.
- Hubbard, C. 2010. "Power Plays. Enriched Uranium and Homeland Security." Surrey, England: Ashgate.
- Hubbard, C.. "An Australian Introduction to International Relations." Sydney, NSW: Pearson Education Australia. Inpress.
- Hubbard, C. 2005. "Australian and US Military Cooperation: Fighting Common Enemies." Hampshire, England: Ashgate.
- Hubbard, C. 2004. "From Ambivalence to Influence: Australia and the Negotiation of the 1968 Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty." Australian Journal of Politics and History 50 (4): 526-543.