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Prof. Wayne D. Hudson

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Douglas County
1701 Farnam Street 5Th Floor
Omaha, Nebraska 68183
United States

Company Description: Douglas County Corrections, Omaha, Nebraska
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Center for Advanced Study
  • Board Member
    Asian Links Programme of the Australian Key Centre for Ethics , Law and Governance

Education

  • Master of Arts
    University of Sydney
  • Doctor of Philosophy
    Oxford University
  • Bachelor of Laws
    University of Sydney
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Professor Wayne Hudson, Director of the Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, spoke on Globalising the Republic. Professor Hudson called for new constructive political architecture to continue the process of republicanisation in Australia. He argued that a non-traditional contemporary republicanism is now required and that this republicanism needed to recognise the continuing importance of the nation state but to moderate nation state governance with cosmopolitan perspectives. Professor Hudson outlined changes to civil society, trade unions and corporations in order to modify them in a cosmopolitan direction.
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Dr Carter took up Professor Hudson's theme of constructive political architecture but went on to argue that it might be useful to separate the Head of State issue from any question of republicanism.
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The workshop also will result in a book by Wayne Hudson and A.J. Brown entitled Restructuring Australia to be published by a leading Australian press.
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Wayne Hudson Centre for Advanced Studies in the Humanities Griffith University
Australian Republicanism
www.mup.unimelb.edu.au, 1 Nov 2003 [cached]
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The editors, Mark McKenna and Wayne Hudson, have harvested a wealth of previously neglected historical sources to produce a fascinating collection of original documents that grapple with the issue of Australian republicanism.
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Wayne Hudson is Professor of History and Philosophy and Director of the Centre for Advanced Studies in Humanities at Griffith University.
Brisbane Institute: People - Wayne Hudson
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Wayne Hudson is a professor in the School of Humanities at Griffith University.He has a Bachelor of Laws and a Master of Arts from the University of Sydney and was awarded a D.Phil. from Oxford University.
Prof. Hudson's research interests include, European philosophy, intellectual history, and republicanism and citizenship.He has authored and edited a number of works in these areas such as; Creating Australia: Changing Australian History (1997, with Geoffrey Bolton); Respacing Utopia (1997); and Constructivism and History Teaching (1997).Prof Hudson is also a Fellow of the Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance at Griffith University.
Professor Hudson was born in Sydney, Australia, and studied history and law at the University of Sydney and then German Philosophy at Oxford University where he wrote his Doctor of Philosophy under the famous Polish philosopher, Leszek Kolakowski.He is a world authority on the German Jewish philosopher of hope Ernst Bloch, and has written the standard book in English on his work.Professor Hudson worked in Europe for twelve years.He was a Junior Research Fellow at Linacre College, Oxford, and lectured in philosophy (in Dutch) at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands from 1979 - 1985.On his return to Australia, he became a Senior Lecturer at Griffith University, Brisbane, and Acting President of the Australian Historical Association.
In recent years, he has published eleven books on European philosophy, Australian history, republicanism, and citizenship.He has been active in peace circles for many years and has worked to promote global citizenship both as writer and a broadcaster.Since 1992 he has received over $250,000 from the Australian Government to develop innovative approaches to the teaching of history and global education.His work in this area has attracted international attention and involves major breakthroughs in teaching methods.Professor Hudson has published three books on his teaching methods.In 1999 he presented the new pedagogy at the UNESCO Conference in Bangkok on Futures for Education and in 2000 he exemplified the pedagogy at the United Nations sponsored Dialogue of Civilisations Conference in Japan.
In his youth, Professor Hudson was Captain of the Australian Universities' Debating Team and well known in Sydney legal circles.He was President of the Theological Studies Society at Sydney University.In recent years, he has returned to the law in the context of global governance, and in 1996 was Director of the National Institute for Law, Ethics and Public Affairs.He is currently Director of the Asian Links Programme of the Australian Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance.
In 1998 he was selected to represent Australia for the North America Speakers Series.He is currently the Editor of the Journal of Australasian Process Thought and a member of the national executive of the Australian Historical Association.He is also a member of the International Advisory Council of the Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research.His current work includes a major initiative in the area of human rights with the Institute of Law with the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, and three books on postreligious social thought.Professor Hudson has long-standing interests in Asian civilisations and speaks some Mandarin.He is also interested in contemporary art and aesthetics and has had art exhibitions with Dale Frank and John Coburn.A volume of his poetry will be published this year.Professor Hudson is married with two children.
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