Dr Tristan Dunning is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Queensland. He has a PhD in Political Science from the University of Queensland. He is the author of "Hamas, Jihad and Popular Legitimacy: Reinterpreting Resistance in Palestine" published in Routledge's Critical Terrorism Studies Series in February 2016. This book is based on extensive fieldwork in Palestine and the wider Levant. He is also the editor of "Palestine: Past and Present" published in 2019. He published journal articles in Critical Studies on Terrorism, Terrorism and Political Violence, and Small Wars and Insurgencies.
He has written numerous short-form pieces for a number of publications including, Fairfax (i.e., The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Brisbane Times, WA Today), The Conversation, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Australian Outlook for the Australian Instititue for International Affairs, The New Arab, and Daily Sabah, among others. He has also made numerous appearances in the media, including Australian Broadcasting Corporation TV and radio, Sky News Australia, and a variety of other Australian and international media outlets.
Tristan has worked as lecturer at the University of Queensland, the University of the Sunshine Coast, and the American University of Afghanistan. He has also worked as a visiting lecturer at the University of Duhok in the semi-autonomous Kurdish region of Iraq in 2013-14 and an-Najah National University in Nablus, Palestine in 2010. He has lived, worked and traveled extensively throughout the Middle East including Palestine, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, Qatar, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Iran, Israel, and the UAE.
Tristan can be followed on Twitter @trisdunning and/or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/drtristandunning
Most of his academic publications can be accessed for free on ResearchGate here https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tristan_Dunning
Alongside these, a list of his short form publications can be found on academia.edu at https://uq.academia.edu/TristanDunning