B Arts (Hons), PhD
Lecturer, School of Humanities
- Identity and the Self
- Biography, auto-biography and auto-ethnography
- Narrative approaches to research and practice
- Social Enterprise and the Third Sector
- Human Rights, Social Justice and Governmentality
- Theory and practice of tertiary teaching and learning
Current teaching areas
- Social Sciences in Australia
- Youth and Society
- Academic Writing
- Culture, Community and Enterprise
- Work Integrated Learning in Social Enterprise
- Sociology of Crime
- Griffith University Academic Committee 2012-13
- Griffith University Higher Research Ethics Committee 2014
- Consultant to the University of Melbourne for the Masters in Narrative Therapy 2014
- Member of the Leadership Group for Social Enterprise Coalition Australia
- Academic Committee
- Consultant to Narrative Therapy and Community Work, Dulwich Centre since 1988
- Coalition against Domestic Violence Qld 1996-2000
- 1994 Steering Committee Member, Australian Health Lobby
- 1994 – 1996 Founding President, Australian National Network of Counsellors (ACT)
- 1994 – 1995 Member, Senate Greens’ Think Tank on Health Issues
- Academic Committee Griffith University 2012-13
- AEL Award for Excellence in Research Supervision- Highly Commended 2014
- Chamberlain, S., 2015, Which Self? Four Metadigms of Identity, Scholars Press, Dusseldorf.
- Chamberlain, S., Foxwell-Norton, K. & Anderson, H. (2014) eds, Generation Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising, Oxford University Press: Australia
- Susanna Chamberlain 2014, 'A bridge over the chasm: Social Enterprise and the Third Way', in Generation Next: Becoming socially Enterprising, Oxford University Press, Australia.
- Susanna Chamberlain 2014, 'Human Rights in the Twenty-first century', in Generation Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising, Oxford University Press, Australia.
- Susanna Chamberlain 2014, 'Social Justice and Social Inclusion: a quest for equity', in Generation Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising, Oxford University Press, Australia.
- Fiona Kumari Campbell & Susanna Chamberlain 2014, 'The Rocky Road of social Policy or "what happens behind the scenes"?', in Generation Next: Becoming socially Enterprising, Oxford University Press, Australia.
- 2012, Chamberlain, Susanna,“Narrative Therapy: Challenges and communities of practice” in Lock, Andrew and T. Strong (eds), Discursive Perspectives in Therapeutic Practice, Oxford University Press, Oxford
- Susanna Chamberlain & Danni Zuvela 2013, '"What do I do here?”: Higher Order Learning Effects of Enhancing Task Instructions', in International Journal of Higher Education, vol.2, no.4, Sciedu Press, Canada.
- Susanna Chamberlain 2013, 'Building Bridges: Constructing Social Enterprise Curriculum in the Humanities', in Higher Education Studies, vol.3, no.3, Canadian Center of Science and Education, Canada.
- 2012, Chamberlain, Susanna, “The University of Hard Knocks: higher education and social inclusion” in Journal of Social Inclusion, Vol 3, N0 1, pp 135-139.
- 2012, Jock Macleod and Susanna Chamberlain Practical Idealism: social enterprise as work integrated learning across the humanities, in review, Australia Pacific Journal of Cooperative Education [in press]
- “Whispers on the wind: the media and social inclusion” in Journal of Social Inclusion,Vol 2, No 2 pp71-80, November 2011
- Reflection on the Third Voice from a Narrative Perspective, Journal of Feminism and Psychology, Nov 2006, Vol 16, pp 469-474.
- Narrative Therapy and Social Enterprise, for International Society of Third Sector Research, Munster, Germany, July 2014.
- Susanna Chamberlain, 2014, Intersecting Worlds: Narrative Therapy/Community Work and Social Enterprise , International Society of Third Sector Research, Munster, Germany
- Susanna Chamberlain and Kerrie Foxwell, July 2012 Building a Bridge- developing a curriculum for teaching social enterprise in the Humanities, at the Global Conference on SMEs and Social Entrepreneurship, held at Sanctuary Cove, Queensland
Building a Bridge- developing a curriculum for teaching social enterprise in the Humanities (PDF 164k)
- Jock Macleod and Susanna Chamberlain, “Making Arts Work”, in Proceedings WACE Conference, Philadelphia 2011, Conference Paper.
- Community Collaborative Research Approaches December 2008 for the 9th International Narrative Therapy and Community Work Conference, Adelaide.
- Online Teaching in a Virtual Faculty June 2008, First Pacific Rim Counselling Conference, Hong Kong.
- Chamberlain, Susanna. Good faith collaboration: The culture of Wikipedia [Book Review] [online]. Communication, Politics & Culture, Vol. 44, No. 2, 2011: 133-134.
- Dr Sarah Casey: Australian Feminist Approaches to Mass Awareness Campaigns: Celanthropy, Celebrity Feminism and Online Activism.
- Dr Nadeem Khokhar: Belief, belonging and social identity: religious ideals and young adults in Australia.
- Dr Roeland van Winsen: The formation of objects: reflecting on human factors and safety science from a Foucauldian perspective.
- Nadeem Khokhar: Belief, Belonging and social Identity:Religious ideals and young adults in Australia
- Sarah Casey: Australian Feminist Approaches to Mass Awareness Campaigns: Celanthropy, Celebrity Feminism and Online Activism.
- Roeland van Winsen: The formation of objects: reflecting on Human Factors and Safety Science from a Foucauldian Perspective.
- Dr Nora Amath: The Phenomenology of Community Activism: Muslim Civil Society Organisations in Australia.
- Dr Teone Reinthal: Rousing the dark horse: enacting social action.
- Amrullah Amiruddin: Program Kemitraan- Fostering Micro Small Enterprises in Makassar Indonesia: An Exploration of the State-Owned Enterprise Partnership Program.