ESAANZ Sydney Branch

Members of the Committee

Nina Markovic

Sydney Branch Chair
Dr Nina Markovic Khaze has been analysing EU affairs since 2000. She has been lecturing and tutoring in International Relations and Security at UNSW and Macquarie University. Before joining academia, she was confidentially advising and speech writing for the Presiding Officers, Members and Senators of the Federal Parliament. She is an executive board member of ESAANZ, AACaPS and former Vice-President of AIIA’s ACT Branch. Her experience in media and journalism is extensive, as she has been reporting on domestic affairs to SBS Radio for the past six years. Nina is fluent in English, Serbian and Italian languages, and has a working knowledge of German.

Bronwyn Winter

Committee Member
Bronwyn Winter is Professor of Transnational Studies in the Department of European Studies at the University of Sydney, where she also teaches in the International and Global Studies program. The dominant themes in her research and teaching can be found at the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, religion, migration, conflict and the state. Among her recent publications are an anthology co-edited with Cat Moir: Reform, Revolution and Crisis in Europe: Landmarks in History, Memory and Thought (Routledge 2019). She is fluent in French and has a working knowledge of Italian and Spanish, with some German.

Kamran Keshavarz

Kamran Keshavarz is a veteran Enterprise Architect with over 20 years’ experience in Solution Design and Management and a broad range of expertise and skills in IT Architecture, Technology, Leading People and Projects and Business analysis. He is currently undertaking his master's in International Cooperation, Finance and Development at Unitelma La Sapienza University in Rome. His focus is on decentralised finance strategies in developing countries.

Gorana Grgic

Committee Member
Gorana Grgic is a jointly appointed Lecturer at the Department of Government and International Relations and the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney. She is also an Adjunct Lecturer at the Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Education – School of Social Sciences at the University of Western Australia. Gorana was a Visiting Fellow at the Harvard Center for European Studies in 2018-2019. Gorana’s research interests include US politics and foreign policy, transatlantic relations, conflict resolution and democratisation. She has been a regular political analyst for the ABC News Australia and has contributed to a number of Australian and international media outlets and policy institutes.  

Peter Morgan

Committee Member
Professor Peter Morgan is Director of the European Studies Program at the University of Sydney, and has written widely in the areas of German Studies, comparative literary studies, and European Studies. Peter Morgan is currently Vice President of the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia (CESAA), and is an editor of Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies, and member of the Editorial Boards of Oxford German Studies, Journal of European Studies, EFLaC: Essays in French Literature and Culture, Transpositionen, and LIMBUS.
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