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Di Muzio, Tim Dr.

Associate Professor

  • Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts
  • School of Humanities and Social Inquiry

Overview


Tim is an Associate Professor in International Relations and Critical Politcial Economy.  Previous to this role he was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Centre for Excellence in Global Governance Research at the University of Helsinki, Finland.  He has taught at a number of Universities including Oxford, York University, Trent University and the University of Western Ontario.

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Tim’s research is guided by two main agendas.  In the first agenda, his interests lie at the intersection between the history of market civilization, global capitalism and questions related to energy, the environment and global social reproduction.  In the second agenda, his interests lie at the intersection between war, racism and liberal forms of rule in the making of world order.

Available as Research Supervisor

Selected Publications


Available as Research Supervisor

Potential Supervision Topics


  • International relations and critical political economy, particularly in projects that relate to the following themes:

    • The emergence and development of capitalism

    • Money, debt and finance

    • Taxation and financial crises

    • Petro-Market Civilization, their emergence and social reproduction

    • Resource wars, military-industrial complexes, arms trade

    • The political economy of climate change and renewable energy

    • Alternative futures

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Petro-Market Civilisation in China: Energy and 21st Century World Order
    Doctor of Philosophy Assessing Models For Effectively Integrating Cultural Sustainability Into Participatory Community Development
    Doctor of Philosophy The Rise of the Global Billionaire Class: A Critical Political Economy Perspective Popcevski, Natasha
    Doctor of Philosophy Debt, Petrodollars and Market Civilisation: A critical political economy of petrodollar accumulation and distribution Noble, Leonie
    Doctor of Philosophy The Liberal Peace and the Global Military Industrial Complex Murphy, Troy
    Doctor of Philosophy Towards a Political Economy of Absentee Extractive Ownership: Problems and Solutions for Mitigating Climate Change Lazarevic, Natasa
    Doctor of Philosophy Populism and the decline of Capitalist Democracies Popovski, Brendon
    Doctor of Philosophy Assetization in the Life Sciences: A Critical Political Economy of Military Biosciences Coquibus Andersen, Tatiana
    Doctor of Philosophy A Critical History of Money in Australia Powell, Lewis
    Doctor of Philosophy States of Emergency and States of Exception Quinn, Sean

Education And Training


  • Ph.D. in International Relations, York University, Department of Political Science 2004 - 2008

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Tim’s research is guided by two main agendas.  In the first agenda, his interests lie at the intersection between the history of market civilization, global capitalism and questions related to energy, the environment and global social reproduction.  In the second agenda, his interests lie at the intersection between war, racism and liberal forms of rule in the making of world order.

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  • International relations and critical political economy, particularly in projects that relate to the following themes:

    • The emergence and development of capitalism

    • Money, debt and finance

    • Taxation and financial crises

    • Petro-Market Civilization, their emergence and social reproduction

    • Resource wars, military-industrial complexes, arms trade

    • The political economy of climate change and renewable energy

    • Alternative futures

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Petro-Market Civilisation in China: Energy and 21st Century World Order
    Doctor of Philosophy Assessing Models For Effectively Integrating Cultural Sustainability Into Participatory Community Development
    Doctor of Philosophy The Rise of the Global Billionaire Class: A Critical Political Economy Perspective Popcevski, Natasha
    Doctor of Philosophy Debt, Petrodollars and Market Civilisation: A critical political economy of petrodollar accumulation and distribution Noble, Leonie
    Doctor of Philosophy The Liberal Peace and the Global Military Industrial Complex Murphy, Troy
    Doctor of Philosophy Towards a Political Economy of Absentee Extractive Ownership: Problems and Solutions for Mitigating Climate Change Lazarevic, Natasa
    Doctor of Philosophy Populism and the decline of Capitalist Democracies Popovski, Brendon
    Doctor of Philosophy Assetization in the Life Sciences: A Critical Political Economy of Military Biosciences Coquibus Andersen, Tatiana
    Doctor of Philosophy A Critical History of Money in Australia Powell, Lewis
    Doctor of Philosophy States of Emergency and States of Exception Quinn, Sean

Education And Training


  • Ph.D. in International Relations, York University, Department of Political Science 2004 - 2008
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