Authored Book

Joseph A. Camilleri, States, Markets and Civil Society in Asia Pacific: The Political Economy of Asia Pacific Vol I, Aldershot, UK: Edward Elgar, 2000, xvi + 475 pp.

Edited Book

Joseph A. Camilleri (edited with with the assistance of Larry Marshall), Religion and Culture in Asia Pacific: Violence or Healing?, Melbourne: Vista Publications, May 2001, 228p.


Joseph A. Camilleri, ‘A Path to Conflict Transformation’, Interreligious Insight, Vol. 5, No. 4, October 2007, pp. 8-17.

24 July 2008 to 26 July 2008

Title of Paper:

Internal and External Impediments in Religion's quest for Justice and Peace




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.


Global Change, Peace and Security (GCPS) is a scholarly journal published three times a year by Routledge, UK in association with La Trobe University. It was formerly known as Pacifica Review: Peace, Security & Global Change (1994-2002) and Interdisciplinary Peace Research (1989-1993).

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St Michael’s is proud to host this fascinating lecture series to be given by one of Australia’s leading International Relations scholars and commentators, Professor Joseph A. Camilleri OAM. The lectures will be presented on 5 consecutive Tuesday evenings; September 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 – from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm.
28 September 2015

Professor Camilleri presented a paper at the Symposium on 'Ecology and Peace: Responding to the Ethos of Domination'. The symposium was held at Trinity College, University of Melbourne.

5 February 2016 to 8 February 2016

A paper presented at the Conference

Warrior and Pacifist Traditions in the Three Abrahamic Religions and Buddhism

convened by National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Otago, and Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research (Tokyo).


The paper argues that we need to move beyond the sterile disputes of the past when it comes to the interpretations of sacred texts.

27 September 2016

This is the fourth of a series of four lectures given at St Michael's on Collins, Melbourne

Below is the PowerPoint presentation which inludes links to several websites.

These highlight important initiatives and projects involving resistance to violence and diverse approaches to conflict transformation, including peacebuilding, peacemaking.