Faculty of ArtsSchool of Social and Political Sciences

Professor Philomena Murray

Phone: +61 3 8344 5151
Email: pbmurray@unimelb.edu.au

President of the Executive Committee of the Australian European University Institute Fellowship Association Incorporated, 2014-5.

Background

Philomena Murray is a Professor in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne. From 2000 to 2009 she  was Director of the Contemporary Europe Research Centre (CERC), Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence. She holds Australia’s only Personal Jean Monnet Chair (ad personam) awarded by the European Union. She received a national Carrick Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning for pioneering the first European Union curriculum in Australia and leadership in national and international curriculum development. She is an Australian Research Council ‘expert of international standing’ and national assessor. A former diplomat, she has run training courses on negotiating with the EU for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Canberra over several years. She is a Research Associate of the Institute for International Integration Studies at Trinity College Dublin. She is a Visiting Professor in the International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Department at the College of Europe, Bruges and an Associate Research Fellow at UNU-CRIS (United Nations University – Comparative Regional Integration Studies), Bruges. She is an Adjunct Senior Fellow of the National Centre for Research on Europe at the University of Canterbury. She is and Academic Associate at Queen’s College, the University of Melbourne. Her research interests are in EU-Australia relations; EU-Asia relations; EU governance and comparative regional integration. Publications include T. Christiansen, E. Kirchner, P. Murray, eds., The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations (Basingstoke, Palgrave) 2013; Australia and the European Superpower (Melbourne University Press, 2005; P. Murray ed.Europe and Asia: Regions in Flux (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008) and P. Murray and N. Rees eds., “European and Asian Regionalism: Form and Function”, International Politics, 47, 3/4, May/July 2010. 

She featured as a success story as a Jean Monnet Personal Chair in the European Commission, "Jean Monnet - Success Stories: The European Union and the World", Brussels.

Contemporary Europe Research Centre (Archives) http://wayback.archive-it.org/1148/20120612014601/http:/cerc.unimelb.edu.au/

 

Research

 

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Recent publications

Books

T. Christiansen, E. Kirchner, P. Murray, eds., The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2013.

P. Murray (ed.) Europe and Asia: Regions in Flux, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2008. 232 pages.

P. Murray, Australia and the European Superpower: Engaging with the European Union, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, 2005

Book chapters

Christiansen T. Kirchner E. Murray P. Introduction, in Christiansen T. Kirchner E. Murray P. eds., The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2013, 1-11.

Christiansen T. Kirchner E. Murray P. Conclusion, in Christiansen T. Kirchner E. Murray P. eds., The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2013, 618-642.

P Murray and A Warleigh-Lack Europe-Asia Studies: The Contribution of Comparative Regional Integration, in Christiansen T, Kirchner E, Murray P eds., The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2013.

A Benvenuti and P Murray EU-Australia relations, in Christiansen T, Kirchner E, Murray P eds., The Palgrave Handbook of EU-Asia Relations, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2013.

P. Murray ‘Towards policy coherence: The EU's Regional and Bilateral approaches to East Asia’ in Bindi F and Angelescu I ed., The Foreign Policy of the European Union. Assessing Europe’s Role in the World, second edition, Washington, Brookings Institution Press, 2012, 270-280.

P. Murray, ‘Europe’s Political Economy: the search for stability’ in R. Pettman ed. Handbook of International Political Economy, World Scientific, Singapore, 2012, 89-106.

P. Murray, Australia ASEM - Engagement and Expectations, in Yeo L.H. and Hofmeister, W., eds. The Asia-Europ Meeting: Engagement, Enlargement and Expectations. (Singapore: EU Centre and Konrad Adenauer Siftung), 2010, 52-78.

P. Murray, "Regionalism, inter-regionalism and bilateralism: The EU's strategy towards East Asia", in Federiga Bindi ed., The Foreign Policy of the European Union: Assessing the Europe's Role in the World, Washington, Brookings Institution, 2010, 253-262.

P. Murray, "Regional Integration: Comparing European and Asian Transformations", in Valeria Bello and Belachew Gebrewold eds. Global Security Triangle. European, African and Asian Interaction, Abingdon, Routledge, 2010, 155-170.

P. Murray, " A clash of interests? Europe's quest for an integrated approach to East Asia", in European Commission, A Europe of Achievements in a Changing World: Visions of Leading Policymakers and Academics/L'europe des realisations dans un monde en mutation: La Vision des leader Politiques et academiques, European Commission, Directorate General Education and Culture, Brussels, 2009, 214-236.

P. Murray, "Uses and abuses of the concept of integration", in Chris Rumford ed., Sage Handbook of European Studies, London, Sage, 2009, 227-244.

P. Murray, "Model Europe? Reflections on the EU as a model of regional integration" in Pompeo Della Posta, Milica Uvalic and Amy Verdun (eds.), Globalization, Development and Integration. Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2009, 273-286.

P. Murray, "Advancing Regionalism: the EU's policy towards Asia", in B. Andreosso, O'Callaghan and M. Bruna Zolin eds. Asia and Europe: Connections and Contrasts. Venice, University of Venice Press, Libreria Editrice Cafoscarina, 2008, 34-48.

P. Murray, "Introduction: Europe and Asia, two regions in flux?" in P. Murray (ed.) Europe and Asia: Regions in Flux, Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2008, 1-22.

P. Murray, "Contemporary European Perspectives on East Asia and EU-Asia Relations", in P. Murray (ed.) Europe and Asia: Regions in Flux, Basingstoke, Plagrave, 2008, 188-209.

P. Murray, "Regional Power Europe? the place of the EU in comparative regional integration analysis", in Ariane Kosler and Martin Zimmek ed., Elements of Regional Integration: A Multidimensional Approach, Baden-Baden, NOMOS, Schriften des Zentrum fur Europaische Integrationsforschung 2008, 57-71.

P. Murray, "What Australians think about the EU: National Interests in an international setting", in Natalia Chaban and Martin Holland eds., The European Union and the Asia Pacific: Media, public and elite perceptions of the EU, Abingdon, Routledge, 2008, 164-183.

P. Murray, "Should Asia emulate Europe?", in Woosik Moon and Bernadette Andreosso-O?Callaghan, eds. Regional Integration ? Europe and Asia Compared. Ashgate, Aldershot, 2005, 197-215.

P. Murray, "European Integration Analyses: A Reappraisal", in H. Heinze, C. Weller, H. Kreutz eds., Die Lekture der Welt. Zur Theorie, Geschichte und Soziologie kultureler Praxis (Worlds of Reading. On the Theory, History and Sociology of Cultural Practice) Frankfurt am Main, Peter Lang, 2004, 122-129.

Guest Editorship of Special Edition of Refereed Journal

Philomena Murray and Nicholas Rees eds., "European and Asian Regionalism: Function and Form" International Politics, Vol. 47, Numbers 3/4, May/July 2010.

Refereed articles

He, B, Murray, P, Warleigh-Lack, A, 2013 Awkward States and Regional Organisations: The UK and Australia Compared, Comparative European Politics, forthcoming. Advance online publication, March 25, 2013; doi:10.1057/cep.2013.2

Murray, P, Polesel, J 2013 Pathways and Politics: A Comparative Exploration of Learning Pathways and Transition Systems in Denmark and Australia, European Journal of Education, 48, 2, 233-246.

Moxon-Browne, E and Murray, P 2013 The European Union as a Template for Regional Integration? The Case of ASEAN and its Committee of Permanent Representatives, Journal of Common Market Studies, 51, 3, 522-537.

Murray P & Orcalli G 2012, Deepening regionalism in Europe and ASEAN – the role of an economic constitution, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy 17, 3, August, 426-445.

Murray P and Zolin B 2012 Australia and the EU: conflict, competition or engagement in agricultural and agrifood trade?, Australian Journal of International Affairs. 66, 2, 103-122.

Murray P 2012 European Studies and Research in Australia – bridging history and geography, European Political Science. 11, 3, 298-313.

Murray P 2011 Ideas of Regionalism: The European Case, Japanese Journal of Political Science, 12, 2, 305-322. 

Longo M & Murray P 2011 No Ode to Joy? Reflections on the European Union’s Legitimacy, International Politics, 48, 6, 667-690.

A. Jetschke and P. Murray, 2011 Diffusing Regional Integration: The EU and Southeast Asia, West European Politics, 35, 1, 174-191.

P. Murray, 'East Asian regionalism and EU studies', Journal of European Integration, 32, 6, November 2010, 597-616.

Philomena Murray and Nicholas Rees, 2010 " European and Asian Regionalism: Form and Function", International Politics, 47, Numbers 3/4, May/July, 308-323. 

P. Murray, 2009 "European Studies - looking to the future", Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies, 1, 1, 1-13.

P. Murray, 2008 "Exporting a new public space" Reflections on the EU integration experience as a paradigm?, in Bee, C., Scott A. and Scartezzini R. eds., "The Development of a European Public Sphere: A stalled project?", symposium in European Political Science,  7, 3, 264-272.

P. Murray, 2007 "The EU and Australia: Beyond the Tyranny of Distance?" in Peter Anderson and Georg Wiessala, eds. The EU and Asia: Reflections & Reorientations, European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History and Politics, 25, Amsterdam, Rodopi, 261-285.

P. Murray, 2004 "The Challenge of the New Bilateralism: Australia's relations with Ireland in the context of the European Union", Australian Journal of Irish Studies, Issue 4, Remembered Nations, Imagined Republics, 207-220.

P. Murray, 2004 "Towards a research agenda on the European Union as a Model of Regional Integration." Asia Pacific Journal of EU Studies,  2, 1, 33-51.

P. Murray, 2004 "Factors for Integration" Transnational Party Cooperation in the European Parliament, 1952-79?, Australian Journal of Politics and History, 50, 1, 103-116.

C. Rumford and P. Murray, 2003 "Do we need a core curriculum in European Union studies?" European Science, 3, 1, 85-92.

C. Rumford and P. Murray, 2003 "Globalization and the limitations of European integration studies: interdisciplinary considerations", Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 11,  1, 85-93.

P. Murray, 2003 "An Asia Pacific Response to the European Union: Australian Elite Perceptions", Asia Europe Journal, 1, 1, 103-119.

Refereed working paper

P. Murray, The Clash Of Integrations? Recasting The European Union Bargain, Jean Monnet Working Papers Series, Jean Monnet Lecture Series 2003, Dipartimento di Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale, Facolt? di Sociologia, (Department of Sociology and Social Research, Faculty of Sociology), University of Trento, Jean Monnet Lecture Series, JML ? 4. 23 pp. (refereed), 2004

Entries in referenced works

P. Murray, "Europe-Australia" in Brian Galligan and Winsome Roberts, eds., The Oxford Companion to Australian Politics, Oxford University Press, 2007, pp. 192-194.

Journal editing and membership of Editorial Boards

Co-Editor, Working Papers Series of the Contemporary Europe Research Centre, University of Melbourne 2000 - 2009
Member of Editorial Board, Asia Pacific Journal of EU Studies since 2002
Member of International Advisory Board, Asia Europe Journal since 2002
Member of International Advisory Board, Contemporary Politics, 1996-2007
Member of Editorial Board, Melbourne Journal of Politics since 2004

Commissioned reports

Murray P and Matera M Understanding the EU: Promoting and Advancing Australian Interests, Training Course Manual for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra, December 2011 243 pages.

Murray P and Matera M Utilising the EU Institutions in pursuit of Australian Interests, Training Course Manual for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra, June 2011, 233 pages.

P. Murray, 2010, Regionalism and Community. Australia's Options in the Asia-Pacific, Strategy Paper for the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Canberra.

P. Murray, M. Matera, Utilising the EU Institutions in pursuit of Australian Interests, Training Course Manual for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra, June 2010, 181 pages.

P. Murray, M. Matera, Utilising the EU Institutions in pursuit of Australian Interests, Training Course Manual for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra, March 2010, 179 pages.

P. Murray, M. Longo, A. Berryman, B. Cleeland, B. Hinz, M. Matera, Utilising the EU Institutions in pursuit of Australian Interests, Training Course Manual for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra, June 2006, August 2006, February 2007, Oct. 2007,March 2008, August 2008, approx. 300 pages.

Dora Horvath and Fiona Machin, with Philomena Murray and Rita Wilson, Register of Contemporary European Studies in Australia, Melbourne, Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia, with Australian Universities Europe Network, and the Delegation of the European Commission, Canberra, 2004. 397 pages.

Conference papers and presentations

Murray P, Europe and Asia - partners or rivals?, Jean Monnet Lecture, University of Maastricht, 29 March 2012.

Murray P, Between Alliances and Parnerships - Asia and Europe in a Bipolarizing World? Finnish Insitute for International Affairs, Helsninki, 23 April 2012. Invited.

Murray P, Comparing Europe and Asia. Do institutions and values matter? Roskilde University, Denmark, 24 April 2012.

Murray P, The EU in Asia - normative actor or political lightweight? Danish Insitute for International Affairs, Copenhagen, 25 April 2012. Invited.

Benvenuti P, Murray P, EU-Australia Relations, International Conference on EU–Asia Relations in the Global Context, Kobe University, 5-6 January 2012.

Benvenuti A, Murray P The neglected dimension: security issues in Australia-European Union relations. Conference on ‘Australia and European Integration: Historical Perspectives’, Centre for European Studies, Australia National University, Canberra, 17-18 Nov. 2011

P. Murray, Internationalising research - Partnerships with Europe and Asia, presentation to Executive Leadership and Management in Research Module: Playing a part in the future global research endeavour, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 19 Sept. 2011.

P. Murray, Regional integration and Community Building: Research Journeys and Pathways, paper to International Conference on EU–Asia Relations in the Global Context, Maastricht University, 8-9 September 2011.

Baogang He, Philomena Murray and Alex Warleigh-Lack, Awkward States and Regional Organisations: The UK and Australia Compared, paper to UACES Annual Conference, University of Cambridge, 5-7 September 2011

P. Murray, ‘Habits of Cooperation: Asia Pacific architecture in comparative perspective’, Keynote presentation to Seminar on ‘Building an Asia Pacific Community’ Sydney Centre for International Law and the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law. 30 August 2001, University of Sydney.

P. Murray, The EU’s Future Strategy in Asia, presentation to Conference on Europe and the Asian Century, Policy Summit on EU-Asia relations, Friends of Europe, 21 June 2011, Bibliothèque Solvay, Brussels.

P. Murray, Community building and regionalism in Europe and East Asia: deepening dialogues. Paper to the European Political Science Association 1st Annual General Conference, Dublin, 16-18 June 2011.

P. Murray, Does Europe have a Future? Europe Day presentation to Queen’s College, the University of Melbourne, 9 May 2011.

P. Murray, Ideas of Regionalism: The European Case. Paper presented at the Workshop on The Ideas of Regionalism in Asia, Deakin University, Melbourne, 11-12 November 2010.

P. Murray, The European Union as an Integration Entrepreneur in East Asia – Yardstick Or Cautionary Tale? Paper to the Australian Political Studies Association Conference, The University of Melbourne, 27-29 September 2010.

P. Murray, Australia joins ASEM: Implications and Prospects, presentation to the Australian Institute for International Affairs, Melbourne, 9 August 2010.

P. Murray, Australia in ASEM: Engagement and Expectation, paper for the ASEM Roundtable on Australia and Russia in ASEM: Engagement and Expectations, EU Centre Singapore and Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Singapore, 6 August 2010.

P. Murray, Regional Architectures in Asia, ASEM Public Conference on Europe-Asia Inter-Regional Relations, Brussels, 12-13 July 2010.

P. Murray, Asian regionalism and EU studies, paper prepared for authors' workshop on Comparing the European Union with other Regional Organisations. United Nations University - Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS), Bruges, 20 April 2010.

P. Murray, Asia and integration theory, paper to Jean Monnet Workshop on Comparing the European Union with other Regional Organisations, United Nations University - Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS), Bruges, 11-12 January 2010.

P. Murray, The EU's norm diffusion in the promotion of regional integration in East Asia. Paper to the International Conference on the "Transformative Power of Europe", Otto-Suhr-Institute for Political Science, Freie Universität Berlin, 10-11 December 2009.

P. Murray, The EU's normative promotion of regional integration in East Asia, paper to the International Conference on The Europe that was, is, and will be, Contemporary Europe Research Centre, The University of Melbourne, 9 November 2009.

P. Murray, Europe - the end of an idea or the spread of ideas?, presentation to panel on Europe - the End of an Idea, Festival of Ideas, the University of Melbourne, 18 June 2009.

P. Murray, Assessing the EU as an international actor in East Asia: the challenges of coherence and effectiveness, paper to the Global Jean Monnet/ECSA-World Conference on A Europe of Achievements in a Changing World, Brussels, 24-25 November 2008.

P. Murray, External Challenges of Multilevel Policymaking, presentation to workshop on Innovative Governance in the European Union: The Politics of Multilevel Policymaking, Representation of the State of Niedersachsen to the European Union, Brussels, 25 November 2008.

P. Murray, Challenges for scholars in examining the EU's persona in its Asia strategy, presentation to the Rethinking Europe in a Non-European World (RENEW) Workshop, European Studies Centre. St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, 10 November 2088.

P. Murray, Crisis in Europe - what crisis?, presentation to the Graduate Union of the University of Melbourne, 6 August 2008.

Philomena Murray, Adam Berryman, Margherita Matera, Coherence, Effectiveness and Recognition in EU-East Asia Relations, paper to EU-Asia Relations: A policy Review Workshop, jointly hosted by The Contemporary Europe Research Centre, The University of Melbourne and The European Institute of Asian Studies, Brussels, 10 July 2008.

P. Murray, Regionalism, inter-regionalism and bilateralism: The EU and the Asia Pacific, paper to the International Conference "EU Foreign Policy: Assessing the EU's Role in the World", University of Rome Tor Vergata, with the Center for American Studies in Rome and the Brookings Institution, Rome, 9 July 2008.

P. Murray, A. Berryman, M. Matera, (In)coherence in Asia? A critical review of the EU's Asia strategy, paper to National Workshop of the Contemporary Europe Research Centre (CERC), The University of Melbourne, in association with the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) on The European Union: National and International Perspectives, 30 May 2008. Contemporary Europe Research Centre, The University of Melbourne.

How Europe Looks at Asia: Between Expectations and Capabilities, paper presented to International Conference on EU-Asia Relations: A Critical Review, at the Contemporary Europe Research Centre, The University of Melbourne, 27-28 March 2008.

Advancing Regionalism: Does the EU Pursue a Regionalist Agenda in Asia? Keynote address to Conference on Regional Integration ? Asia and Europe Compared, University Ca? Foscari of Venice, 16 January 2008.

"Regional Integration Comparing European and Asia Pacific Perspectives and Experiences", paper to the Europe Australia Asia Pacific Network Pilot Project Final Network and Postgraduate Conference, University of Trento, September 2007.

"Reflections on Australia-Europe University Cooperation: The EAAPN Experience", paper to the Europe Australia Asia Pacific Network Pilot Project Final Network and Postgraduate Conference, University of Trento, September 2007.

"Setting Agendas in European Studies: Some Reflections", paper to the National Workshop of the Contemporary Europe Research Centre at the University of Melbourne and the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia, on ?European Studies in Australia ? Setting Further Agendas?, at the Contemporary Europe Research Centre, The University of Melbourne 24 August 2007.

"Back to the Future? Contemporary challenges for Australia-EU relations", paper to Monash University Conference on Europe, New Governance, New Worlds?, Melbourne, April 2007.

"Contemporary European Perspectives on East Asia and EU-Asia Relations", paper to CERC International Conference, Europe and Asia: Regions in Flux, 6?7 December 2006, Contemporary Europe Research Centre, The University of Melbourne.

"The EU and Australia: Beyond the Tyranny of Distance?" keynote speech to the 15th anniversary celebration of the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs, Melbourne, 18 November 2006.

"Model Europe? Reflections on the EU as a model of regional integration", paper to the European University Institute Conference on 'Interpreting Globalisation', 6-7 Oct. 2006, EUI, San Domenico di Fiesole, Florence.

"External Perspectives on the European Union", presentation to the School of International Studies, University of Trento, 4 October, 2006.

"Perceptions of the EU Among Australian Elites" paper to Paper to the Network of European Studies Centres of Asia (NESCA) Workshop on the EU's new identity and its perception in Asia: Responding to the 7th Framework Programme "Europe in the World'', 27-29 July 2006. National Centre for Research on Europe, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.

"Issues relating to the value of migrant communities in EU-Australia relations", keynote address to the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia and European Diaspora Research Network Conference on European Diasporas in Australia: Their Contribution to European Integration, Victoria University, Melbourne, 28 April 2006.

"Is the European Union a Global Force and what might this mean for Australia?", speech to the Pacific Institute, Melbourne, 27 April 2006.

"Responses to Europe?s Integration: From Old Bilateralism to a New Regional Bilateralism and Beyond", paper to the European Union Studies Association of the Asia-Pacific International Conference on Multilateralism and Regionalism in Europe and the Asia-Pacific, 8-10 December 2005, Keio University, Tokyo.

"Expansion of membership, expansion of scope, the European Union and Australia" paper to CERC International Conference 2005, "A Bitter Triumph? The Crisis of the European Project in the Aftermath of Enlargement", Contemporary Europe Research Centre, University of Melbourne, 1 December 2005.

"Obstinate or obsolete? Reflections on the European integration project." paper to CERC International Conference 2005, "A Bitter Triumph? The Crisis of the European Project in the Aftermath of Enlargement", Contemporary Europe Research Centre, University of Melbourne, 1 December 2005.

"The Future Face of Europe?, Europe Update Workshop on Current Challenges, Future Perspectives", sponsored by the national Europe Centre and the European Commission Delegation, at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, 9 November.

Australia and the European Superpower, presentation to the Australian Institute of International Affairs, Melbourne, 27 October 2005.

Close Encounters: Beyond the Transatlantic Relationship, paper to Conference on The Future of Europe, European University Institute, Florence, Alumni Association with the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, 30 September 2005.

Australia and the European Superpower: Engaging with the European Union, paper to the Euro-Asia Centre and Centre for European Studies, University of Limerick, 21 September 2005.

Australia's New Relationship with Europe: Close Encounters with a Twenty-first Century Superpower, paper to the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, King's College London and Monash University London Centre, 12 September 2005.

"Is the EU a new kind of superpower?", presentation to the Political Interest Society, University of Melbourne, 6 September, 2005.

'The EU - Superpower of the 21st Century?' Lecture to Department of Politics and International Relations, Macquarie University, Sydney, 3 June 2005.

"EU Governance: Model for Integration or Metrosexual Superpower", paper to Conference on "Shifting Boundaries of Sovereignty: Governance and Legitimacy in the European Union and Australasia", 22-3 March 2005, at the National Europe Centre, Canberra.

"L'analise comparata dell'integrazione regionale: il caso dell'ASEAN ed il regionalismo del Asia Pacifico" (Comparative Analysis of Regional Integration: the case of ASEAN and regionalism in the Asia Pacific), to the Symposium on "Comparative Regional Integration: Europe, Asia, Africa and Mercosur Compared". Faculty of Political Science, University of Padua, 14 October 2004.

"Prospettive dell'Unione Europea come Attore Internazionale" (Perspectives on the European Union as an International Actor), Jean Monnet Lecture Series 2004, Faculty of Sociology and Jean Monnet European Centre, University of Trento, Jean Monnet Lecture Series, 12 October 2004.

Should Asia emulate Europe? Paper presented to International Conference on Regional Integration. Europe and Asia Compared, Conference of Korean Institute for International Economic Policy; the EU Studies Association of Korea and Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University, Seoul, 3 May 2004. 

The Model European? The European Model? Reflections on the EU as a model of regional integration. Paper presented to Department of Political and Social Sciences, Royal Holloway, University of London, 5 February 2004.

Distant Voices, Shared views? Australia?s Rediscovery of Europe, Jean Monnet Round Table seminar, Dublin European Institute, University College Dublin, 29 January 2004.

Assessing the EU as an international actor in East Asia: the challenges of coherence and effectiveness, paper to the Global Jean Monnet/ECSA-World Conference on A Europe of Achievements in a Changing World". Brussels, 24-25 Nov. 2008.

External Challenges of Multilevel Policymaking, presentation to workshop on Innovative Governance in the European Union: The Politics of Multilevel Policymaking, Representation of the State of Niedersachsen to the European Union, Brussels, 25 Nov. 2008.

Challenges for scholars in examining the EU's persona in its Asia strategy, presentation to the Rethinking Europe in a Non-European World (RENEW) Workshop. European Studies Centre, St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, 10 Nov. 2008.

Philomena Murray, Adam Berryman, Margherita Matera, Coherence, Effectiveness and Recognition in EU-East Asia Relations, paper to EU-Asia Relations: A Policy Review Workshop, jointly hosted by The Contemporary Europe Research Centre, The University of Melbourne and the European Institute of Asian Studies, Brussels, 10 July 2008.

Regionalism, inter-regionalism and bilateralism: The EU and the Asis Pacific, paper to the International Conference "EU Foreign Policy: Assessing the EU's Role in the World", University of Rome Tor Bergata, with the Center for American Studies in Rome and the Brookings Institution, Rome, 9 July, 2008.

P. Murray, A. Berryman, M. Matera, (In)coherence in Asia? A critical review of the EU's Asia strategy, paper to the National Workshop of the Contemporary Europe Research Centre (CERC), The University of Melbourne, in association with the Contemporary European Research Studies Association of Australia (CESAA) on The European Contemporary Europe Research Centre, The University of Melbourne.

Briefings and courses

Conducted training courses entitled "Utilising the EU Institutions in pursuit of Australian Interests", Training Courses for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra, June 2006, August 2006, February 2007, October 2007, March 2008, August 2008, April 2009, June 2009, September 2009, March 2010, June 2011, Dec 2011.

Applying for non-ARC grants - Europe: Observations regarding successes and challenges, presentation to Session on Applying for non-ARC grants, at Melbourne Research Office Program for Early Career Researchers in Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative Arts, 29 May 2007.

Australia-Europe Education Cooperation: Observations regarding successes and challenges. presentation to the Australian TAFE International Network (ATIN), 16 June 2006. 

Understanding and reporting on the EU and EU-Australia relations. Media Training Seminar for Fairfax and SBS journalists, Fairfax Training Centre, Sydney, June 2006.

Improving European perceptions of Australia both in Brussels and in EU member states, address the Northern, Central and Eastern Europe; EU & Western Europe Branches of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Canberra 25 October 2005.

Overview of the EU, decision-making processes and Constitution and review of EU-Australia relations. Media Training Seminar for Fairfax and SBS journalists, Fairfax Training Centre, Sydney, 3 June 2005.

Australia-Europe Education Relations: past successes, current issues, future challenge, briefing to representatives of the Department of Education Science and Training; the AVCC; the G08; the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade; Delegation of the European Commission to Australia and New Zealand; European Commission, Brussels, Canberra, 3 March 2005.

Australia-Europe Collaboration on Education: Opportunities and Challenges, briefing to the Americas and Europe Section, International Cooperation Branch, Department of Education, Science and Training (Canberra), Melbourne, December 2004.

Introduction to the EU, institutions and processes and Review of EU-Australia relations. Media Training Seminar, Asia Pacific Journalism Centre, for Australian, New Zealand and South Pacific journalists, University of Melbourne, 6-8 July 2004. 

Australia-Europe Collaboration on Education: A University Perspective, briefing to the Australian Vice Chancellors Committee Europe Shadowing Program, Sydney, April 2004.

International teaching and Knowledge Transfer

Intensive subject on EU Asia relations, College of Europe, Bruges, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

Comparison of Regional Integration in Europe and Asia, Seoul-Bangkok International Summer School on Regional Integration in Europe and Asia, Seoul National University, Seoul, 30 July 2008.

Is the EU a model of regional integration for East Asia? 2007 Jean Monnet International Summer School of the University of Innsbruck and University of Trento on "EU External Relations: African and Asian Areas", at the University of Trento, Sept. 2007 (invited).

"The EU and Globalisation" and "The EU and Asia", in the 2007 Jean Monnet Chair International Summer Seminar: Integrating Europe in a Changing World, Tor Vergata University, Rome, July 2007 (invited).

"Perspettive Esterne sull'Unione Europea come Attore Internazionale" (External Perspectives on the European Union as an International Actor), presentation to the Faculty of Sociology Masters programme students and staff, University of Trento, 4 October, 2006 (invited).

"External Perspectives on the EU", 2006 Jean Monnet International Summer School of the University of Innsbruck and University of Trento on "Under construction: Developing a European Public Space", at the Department of Political Science, University of Innsbruck, 4 Sept. 2006 (invited).

"The EU and Globalisation" and "The EU and Asia", in the 2006 Jean Monnet Chair International Summer Seminar: Integrating Europe In A Changing World, Tor Vergata University, Rome, July 2006 (invited).

"L'Unione Europea: Attore Internazionale nel governance internazionale" (The European Union: An International Actor in International Governance?), Department of Economics, Faculty of Political Science, University of Padua, 14 October 2004 (invited).

"Prospettive dell'Unione Europea come Attore Internazionale" (Perspectives on the European Union as an International Actor), Jean Monnet Lecture Series 2004, Faculty of Sociology and Jean Monnet European Centre, University of Trento, Jean Monnet Lecture Series, 12 October 2004 (invited).

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