Sally Burt

UNSW Sydney Australia

Dr. Sally Burt Email: s.burt@adfa.edu.au PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS: • Member of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR) • Chair of the Conference Committee for SHAFR • Member of the Committee on Women in SHAFR • Member of the World History Association EDUCATION: 2011 - PhD in US Diplomatic History – Australian National University Thesis Title: “FDR, Lend Lease and China: A Study in Presidential and Bureaucratic Statecraft in World War II.” 2009 - Graduate Certificate in Information Literacy (ANU) 2004 - Master of Diplomacy and Trade - Monash University Thesis Title: “Diplomacy and Force, Alternatives for Crisis Management: The Suez Crisis and the Cuban Missile Crisis” 2001 - Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours - La Trobe University PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS Burt, S. and Anorve, D. (eds.), Global Perspectives on US Democratization Efforts, New York, Palgrave-McMillan, 2016. Burt, S., At the President’s Pleasure: FDR’s Leadership of Wartime Sino-US Relations, The Netherlands, Brill Press, 2015. Burt, S. and Anorve, D. (eds.), Global Perspectives on US Foreign Policy, New York, Palgrave-McMillan, 2013. SELECTED BOOK CHAPTERS Burt, S., “China’s Use of Public Diplomacy in the United States: From World War II to the Twenty-First Century”. [Online First], IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.92665. Available from: https://www.intechopen.com/online-first/china-s-use-of-public-diplomacy-in-the-united-states-from-world-war-ii-to-the-twenty-first-century, June 2020 Burt, S., “Australia’s Perception of India’s Act East Policy and its Impact on the Region” in Josukutty C.A. (ed.) India's Act East Policy, New Delhi, New Century Publications, 2020 Anorve, D. and Burt, S., “US Soft Power, the Studies of the United States Institutes program and Democratization in US Foreign Policy (1998-2014)” in Burt, S. and Anorve, D. (eds.), Global Perspectives on US Democratization Efforts, New York, Palgrave-McMillan, 2016. Burt, S., “Limitations on Presidential Development of Foreign Policy in Sino-US Relations” in Burt, S. and Anorve, D. (eds.), Global Perspectives on US Foreign Policy, New York, Palgrave-McMillan, 2013. SELECTED REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES Burt, S., “High and Low Tide: Sino-US Relations in the Allies’ Summit Diplomacy during World War II.” in Diplomacy and Statecraft, Vol. 29, Issue 2, 2018. Burt, S., “The Ambassador, the General, and the President: FDR’s Mismanagement of Interdepartmental Relations in Wartime China”, in The Journal of American-East Asian Relations, Vol. 19, Issue 3-4, 2012. OTHER ARTICLES AND RESEARCH REPORTS Burt, S. AUKUS and cyber capabilities: Alignment of concepts, definitions, capabilities, norms and doctrine, October 13, 2022: https://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/newsroom/news/security-defence-plus-aukus-and-cyber-capabilities-alignment-concepts-definitions-capabilities-norms-and-doctrine Guthrie, H., Smith, E., Burt, S. and Every, P., Review of the Effects of Funding Approaches on Service Skills Qualifications and Delivery in Victoria, http://behc.com.au/REPORT.pdf September, 2014. SELECTED CONFERENCE/SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS: 2018 “The View from Down Under: Australia’s Perception of India’s Act East Policy and its Impact on the Region” Act East Policy Seminar, Kerala, India, January 2017 “The Open Backdoor: The Persuasive Power of Chinese Officials and US Public Opinion during World War II” delivered at the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., U.S., June 2016 “High and Low Tide: China’s Participation in Summit Diplomacy in World War II” delivered to the ANZASA Postgraduate and Early Career Scholar Conference, Sydney, July PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Jan 2022-Present Lecturer in Cyber Security (Tenure-track) University of New South Wales, Canberra School of Humanities and Social Science Feb 2006– Dec 2021 Online Course Co-Cordinator (various postgraduate courses) University of New South Wales, Canberra School of Humanities and Social Science Courses taught (postgraduate and undergraduate): Asia-Pacific Security Australian Cyber Security Cyber Policy in China Introduction to Cyber Security Australian Cyber Diplomacy Law, Force and Legitimacy Guerilla, Revolutionary, Insurgent and Militia Threats Civil Wars: Societies in Conflict Contemporary Strategy US Military History World Politics and History Strategic Studies

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