Associate Professor Jacinta O'Hagan

Associate Professor

School of Political Science and International Studies
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
jacinta.ohagan@uq.edu.au
+61 7 344 31326

Overview

Ass. Prof. Jacinta O’Hagan is an Associate Professor in International Relations in the School of Political Science and International Studies. A former diplomat with the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs, Jacinta O’Hagan has held prior appointments at the Australian National University and held visiting fellowships and affiliations at the University of Southern California, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, and the European University Institute.

Her principal areas of teaching are international history, humanitarianism and culture in world politics. Her research and publications have focused on the role of culture and civilizational in world politics and the politics of humanitarianism, including the role of non-state actors in humanitarianism, and humanitarian diplomacy. She has worked on collaborative projects on the relationship between digital media and political violence and the globalization of international society. Her most recent research and publications have focused on the international humanitarian system, and civilizational politics in international society.

Research Interests

  • Culture and international relations
  • The politics and culture of humanitarianism
  • Humanitarian diplomacy
  • civilizational politics
  • International society

Qualifications

  • PhD (International Relations), Australian National University
  • Master of Arts (International Relations), Australian National University
  • Diploma in Elementary Chinese
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), U.Coll. Cork

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Book Chapter

  • O'Hagan, Jacinta (2021). Humanitarianism and the Liberal International Order: A Necessary Relationship?. Amidst the Debris: Humanitarianism and the End of the Liberal Order. (pp. 333-350) edited by Juliano Fiori, Fernando Espada, Andrea Rigon, Bertrand Taithe and Rafia Zakaria. London, United Kingdom: C. Hurst & Co..

  • O'Hagan, Jacinta (2017). The role of civilization in the globalization of international society. The globalization of international society. (pp. 185-203) edited by Tim Dunne and Christian Reus-Smit. Abingdon, Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

  • O'Hagan, Jacinta (2015). The responsibility to protect: a western idea?. Theorising the responsibility to protect. (pp. 285-304) edited by Ramesh Thakur and William Maley. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. doi: 10.1017/CBO9781139644518

  • Hirono, Miwa and O'Hagan, Jacinta (2012). The pursuit of humanitarianism in a multicultural world: Critical issues and key tensions. Cultures of humanitarianism: perspectives from the Asia-Pacific. (pp. 3-12) edited by Miwa Hirono and Jacinta O'Hagan. Canberra, ACT, Australia: Department of International Relations, School of International, Political & Strategic Studies, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, The Australian National University.

  • O'Hagan, Jacinta (2007). Anti Americanism, the West and the Transatlantic Rift. Anti-Americanism: history, causes, themes. (pp. 41-66) edited by Brendon O'Connor and Martin Griffiths. Oxford, United Kingdom: Greenwood World Publishing.

  • O'Hagan, Jacinta (2007). Discourses of civilizational identity. Civilizational identity: the production and reproduction of 'Civilizations' in international relations. (pp. 15-32) edited by M. Hall and P. Jackson. New York, NY, United States: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • O'Hagan, Jacinta (2007). Humanitarianism and armed intervention. An introduction to international relations. (pp. 329-340) edited by Richard Devetak, Anthony Burke and Jim George. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

  • O'Hagan, Jacinta (2005). The question of culture. International society and its critics. (pp. 209-228) edited by Alex J. Bellamy. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/0199265208.003.0013

  • O'Hagan, Jacinta (2004). The power and the passion: civilizational identity and alterity in the wake of September 11. Identity and global politics: theoretical and empirical elaborations. (pp. 27-46) edited by Patricia M. Goff and Kevin C. Dunn. New York, NY, United States: Palgrave Macmillan. doi: 10.1057/9781403980496

  • O'Hagan, Jacinta (2002). Conflict, convergence or coexistence? The relevance of culture in reframing world order. Reframing the international: law, culture, politics. (pp. 187-217) edited by Richard Falk, R. B. J. Walker and Lester Ruiz. New York, NY, United States: Routledge.

  • O'Hagan, J. G. (2000). A 'clash of civilizations'?. Contending images of world politics. (pp. 135-149) edited by G. Fry and J. O'Hagan. Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Macmillan Press.

  • Fry, G. and O'Hagan, J. G. (2000). Contending images of world politics: An introduction. Contending images of world politics. (pp. 1-18) edited by Greg Fry and Jacinta O'Hagan. Basingstoke, UK: Macmillan Press.

  • O'Hagan, J. G. and Fry, G. (2000). The future of world politics. Contending images of world politics. (pp. 245-261) edited by G. Fry and J. O'Hagan. Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Macmillan Press.

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