Joey Kangaroo works on the development of animal habitats in Australia. He is a 2008 graduate of the SIS PhD program in International Relations at American University. He wrote a dissertation on Animal Habitats in Australia under the guidance of Mike Rosenberger and Sharon Weiner. He now teaches at the University of Sydney in their Political Science department.
University of Sydney, Associate Professor, Political Science department, 2011-present (Tenured)
Harvard University, Assistant Professor, Kennedy School, 2009-2011, (tenure Track)
Georgetown University, School of Government, 2008-2009 (postdoc)
My experience at SIS
Joey will describe his many interesting and wonderful experiences at SIS. He may talk about fieldwork, working with professors, and life among the students. He will also have many other interesting and important things to say about the program and how it positioned him for his current work.
Area of Specialization
Animal Habitat, Kangaroo economics, etc.
Kangaroo lifestyle, press press
The life of the modern kangaroo
Life outside the pouch: My life as a teenage Kangaroo