Chapters in Book

Joseph A. Camilleri and Luca Anceschi, ‘Introduction’, in Luca Anceschi, Joseph Camilleri and Benjamin Tolosa Jr (eds), Conflict, Religion and Culture: domestic and Regional Implications for Southeast Asia and Australia, Manila, Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2009, pp. 7-17.


Joseph A. Camilleri, ‘Australia's Unique Future: Reconciling Place, History and Culture’, Futures: The Journal of Policy, Planning and Futures Studies (Elsevier), Vol. 39, Issues 2-3 , March-April 2007, pp.155-168.


Joseph A. Camilleri, ‘The Howard Years: Cultural Ambivalence and Political Dogma’, Borderlands E-Journal, Special Issue: Cultural Ambivalence, Cultural Politics: National Mythologies of Australia, Asia and the Past, edited by Suvendrini Perera and Greg McCarthy, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2004. 



A one-year pilot research/educational project funded by the Reichstein Foundation, the Uniting Church of Australia (Victoria Synod) and La Trobe University.

The programme, conducted during 2003-2004, was designed to foster a deeper dialogue in Muslim-Christian relations in Victoria in the context of the disturbing developments of the last few years (i.e. September 11, Bali bombings, the “war on terror”, Iraq War). 

29 March 2011

In February 2011, the Joint Standing Committee on Migration accepted terms of reference from the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, the Hon Chris Bowen MP, to inquire into the economic, social and cultural impacts of migration and to make recommendations to maximise the positive benefits of migration.

13 September 2004 to 11 October 2004

The course considered some of the most pressing questions facing the Australian Islamic community, including the question of terrorism, the ‘war on terror’, and the so-called ‘clash of civilisations’. Is such a clash the cause of the dramatic events we witness at the local through to the global levels, or are there less emotive yet more critical factors that must be understood?

24 September 2003 to 27 July 2010

A series of 10-week and 6-week courses offered each year with the aim of developing  better community understanding of the dynamics of a rapidly globalising world and Australia's place in it. 

Each year the course attracted between 35 and 70 participants, most of them working in education, government, the professions, media,  and religious and community organisations, as well as a number of students.


Joseph A. Camilleri, 'Protection of the Sacred: contrasting perspectives from Australia', Peace & Policy, Vol 17, 2012, pp. 95-102

Chapters in Book

Joseph A. Camilleri, 'The Emerging Pacific Economy: Australia’s Role', in The MFP Debate: A Background Reader, edited by Ross E. Mouer and Yoshio Sugimoto, Melbourne, La Trobe University Press, 1990, pp. 15-23.

Keynote Address
29 November 2007

Address delivered to the  National Seminar on Languages Education: Languages Open the Door to a Bigger World Convened by DEST and the Asia Education Foundation.

A video of Joseph Camilleri's address can be viewed here