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Emeritus Professor Clement Macintyre

Position Emeritus Professor
Email clement.macintyre@adelaide.edu.au
Org Unit Politics and International Studies (POLIS)

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Biography/ Background

Clement Macintyre joined the Politics Department in 1991 after his first academic post at Victoria University. He was born in Melbourne and educated at Murdoch University and at the University of Cambridge. His teaching at Adelaide covers both European and Australian politics. This reflects research interests in twentieth century British political history and contemporary Australian politics, especially the study of parliamentary institutions.

Research Interests

  • Australian Politics
  • Parliamentary reform
  • European Politics
  • British Political History
  • Conservatism

Publications

Monographs & Chapters in Edited Volumes

  1. [with Clare Parker] 'From Rann to Weatherill: Politics in South Australia', in J. Spoehr (ed.), State of South Australia:Turbulent Times, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2013, pp. 67-81
  2. 'Politics in a time of change' in J. Spoehr (ed.), State of South Australia: From Crisis to Prosperity, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2009, pp. 44-45
  3. ‘The Premier and the Executive: 150 years of Responsible government in South Australia and the Case for Reform’, in The Politics of Democracy in South Australia, SA History Trust, 2008, pp. 52-57. 

  4. [with John Williams] ‘The Embattled South Australian Legislative Council’, in Aroney, N, Nethercote, J and Prasser, S, (eds), Restraining Elective Dictatorship: The Upper House Solution?, UWA Press, Perth, 2008, pp. 204-218.

  5. [with Kate Alport] ‘Engaging the Community through E-Democracy in South Australia’, in M. Khosrow-Pour (ed.) E-Government Diffusion, Policy and Impact: Advanced Issues and Practices, Information Science Reference Hershey, PA, forthcoming December 2008 [revised and updated from ‘Citizens to Netizens:Grass Roots Driven Democracy and E-Democracy in South Australia’].
  6. [with Kate Alport] ‘Citizens to Netizens:Grass Roots Driven Democracy and E-Democracy in South Australia’ in Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko (ed.), Electronic Government: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, May 2008 [re-printed from International Journal of Electronic Government Research, vol 3, no 4, 2007, pp. 38-57].
  7. [with John Williams] ‘Commonwealth of Australia’ in A. Majeed, R.L Watts and D.M. Brown (eds), Distribution of Powers and Responsibilities in Federal Countries, McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2006, pp. 9-33.
  8. ‘Politics’ in J. Spoehr (ed.), State of South Australia, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2005, pp. 117-132.
  9. [with John Williams] ‘Commonwealth of Australia’ in J. Kincaid (ed.), Distribution of Powers and Responsibilities in Federal Countries, McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2005, pp. 9-33.
  10. [with John Williams] ‘Australia: A Quiet Revolution in the Balance of Power’ in R. Blindenbacher and A. Ostien (eds), A Global Dialogue on Federalism, McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2005, pp. 3-5.
  11. [with John Williams] 'An Endless Project: Constitutional and Parliamentary Reform' in C. Macintyre and J. Williams (eds), Peace Order and Good Government: Constitutional and Parliamentary Reform, Wakefield, Adelaide, 2003, pp. 1-7.
  12. 'The Size of Parliament and the Location of Ministers' in C. Macintyre and J. Williams (eds), Peace Order and Good Government: Constitutional and Parliamentary Reform, Wakefield, Adelaide, 2003, pp. 241-249.
  13. 'The Adelaide Irish and St Patrick's Day Politics 1900-1918' in R. Pelan, ed, Irish Australian Studies, Crossing Press, 1994, pp 182-196.

Journal Articles & Published Papers

  1. ‘Parliamentary Architecture and Political Culture’, Papers on Parliament, 49, August 2008, pp. 41-57.
  2. [with Kate Alport] ‘Citizens to Netizens:Grass Roots Driven Democracy and E-Democracy in South Australia’, International Journal of Electronic Government Research, vol 3, no 4, 2007, pp. 38-57.
  3. [with John Williams] ‘Lost Opportunities and Political Barriers on the Road to Constitutional Reform in South Australia’, Australasian Parliamentary Review, vol 20, no 1, 2005, pp. 103-116.
  4. ‘Reviewing South Australia’s Constitution’, Australasian Parliamentary Review,, vol 18, no 1, 2003, pp. 46-54.
  5. 'New models of student housing and their impact on local communities', Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, vol 25, no 2, 2003, pp 109 - 118.
  6. 'Policy Reform and the Politics of Housing in the British Conservative Party 1924-1929', Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 45, no. 3, September 1999, pp. 64-77.
  7. 'The Stakeholder Society and the Welfare State: Forward to the Past!', Journal of Contemporary Politics, vol. 5, no. 2, 1999, pp. 121-135.
  8. 'From Entitlement to Obligation in the Australian Welfare State', Australian Journal of Social Issues, vol. 34, no. 2, May 1999, pp. 103-118.
  9. 'Designing Debate: the implications of parliamentary architecture', Legislative Studies, Spring 1997, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 42-47.
  10. ' "...now you're in the family zone": Housing and Domestic Design in Australia', Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 31, September 1991, pp. 58-71.
  11. 'The "Bouncing Game" in Fremantle: Australian Football and Community Identity in Western Australia 1885-1900', International Journal of the History of Sport, May 1990, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 131-139.

Commentaries & Reviews

  1. ‘Tony Blair: an immense political legacy’, ABC Online Opinion 11 May 2007, http://www.abc.net.au/news/opinion/items/200705/s1920104.htm
  2. It's Mine Time, Review of Simms and Warhurst (eds.) Mortgage Nation, Australian Book Review, April 2007, pp. 42-3.
  3. Review of British Elections & Parties Review in Australian Journal of Political Science, vol. 35, n. 3, November 2000, p. 547
  4. Review of J. Uhr, Deliberative Democracy in Australia , in American Political Science Review, vol. 93 no. 3, September 1999, p. 739
  5. Review of G. Singleton et al ., Australian Political Institutions , in Australian Journal of Political Science, vol. 32, no. 2, July 1997, p 300
  6. 'The Liberal malaise - the party or the leader?', in Current Affairs Bulletin, February/March 1995, pp 41-43
  7. 'Wasted Talent, [review of R. Fitzgerald, 'Red Ted', The Life of E.G. Theodore ], in Overland, vol. 140, Spring 1995, pp. 81-82
  8. 'Explaining Menzies' [review of J. Brett, Robert Menzies' Forgotten People ], in Overland, vol. 130, Autumn 1993, pp. 82-83
  9. 'Bob Hawke: "A Bloke that Loved his Country"' [review of S. Mills, The Hawke Years: The Story From the Inside ], in Current Affairs Bulletin, vol. 70, no. 6, November 1993, pp. 30-31.
  10. Review of K. Amos, The Fenians in Australia, E. Campion, Australian Catholics and C. McConville, Croppies, Celts and Catholics: The Irish in Australia, in Journal of Australian Studies, 26, May 1990, p. 104

Expertise for Media Contact

CategoriesPolitics & Government, History
ExpertiseElections; Australian political history; Australian politics; South Australian state politics; UK politics; British politics and elections; British modern political history; Scottish referendum
NotesAlt phone: (08) 8303 5610
After hours(08) 8362 2985

Entry last updated: Friday, 11 Nov 2016

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