The University of Sydney, along with the University of New South Wales and Macquarie University, is pleased to host the fifth biennial Oceanic Conference on International Studies (OCIS) in Sydney.
The OCIS builds on previous conferences held in Australia and New Zealand, and brings Oceania's largest conference on international relations and international studies to the University of Sydney, Australia's oldest university.
The conference will be held on our main campus in Camperdown, located near Sydney's vibrant city centre. Sydney is Australia's largest city, home to roughly 4 million people from diverse cultural, ethnic, linguistic and religious backgrounds, all contributing to make Sydney an extremely dynamic, global city.
Read more about the event and the keynote speech from Professor Michael C Williams from the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa.
Dr Kate Barclay (University of Technology, Sydney)
Dr Charlotte Epstein (University of Sydney)
Dr Penny Griffin (University of New South Wales)
Associate Professor Ben Goldsmith (University of Sydney)
Dr Justin Hastings (University of Sydney)
Professor Stephanie Lawson (Macquarie University)
Associate Professor Brendon O'Connor (University of Sydney)
Dr Susan Park (Organising Committee Chair, University of Sydney)
Dr Jamie Reilly (University of Sydney)
Dr Liz Thurbon (University of New South Wales)