Professor Louise Chappell

Australian Research Council Future Fellow
School of Social Sciences

Contact

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Louise Chappell is a Professor of Politics in the School of School Sciences and a former Australian Research Council Future Fellow. Louise’s research interests are in the areas of women’s rights; gender, politics and institutions and comparative federalism and public policy. Louise’s current research projects focus on gender justice at the International Criminal Court, the design of reparations for sexual violence and federalism and women’s policy making in comparative perspective.

Research areas

Women’s rights, gender and politics from a comparative and international perspective, public policy and federalism.

Current research projects

Combating sexual violence against women post-conflict through 'transformative' reparations: problems and prospects. Australian Research Council Discovery Project DP140102274

This collaborative project is being undertaken with UNSW Law colleagues, Andrea Durbach and Sarah Williams, focuses on the application of reparations for addressing sexual violence in post conflict settings. Working with the International Criminal Court's Trust Fund for Victim's, the research team will consider how reparations have been applied through transitional justice mechanisms in a range of conflict settings, including Cambodia, South Africa and Rwanda and draw lessons for the development of the ICC's reparations mandate.

Building gender equity and diversity in the Australian construction industry. Australian Research Council Linkage Grant LP130100402. 2013-1015.

This project investigates the construction industry's informal gender rules and their role in inhibiting policy measures to improve gender equity and diversity in its professional ranks, and makes innovative recommendations for shifting the stubborn gender imbalance. With Professor Martin Loosemore; Dr Abigail Powell and partners: Lend Lease; Abigroup; Brookfield Multiplex; Australian Human Rights Commission; Diversity Council Australia.

Partner Investigator. Gender and Institutional Change. European Research Council Senior Scholar Award. (Chief Investigator: Prof. Georgina Waylen, University of Manchester). 2012-2017. 

Past research projects

Achieving gender justice: national implementation of the gender provisions of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. Australian Research Council Discovery Project DP0879958

This study offers the first comprehensive explanation of the take-up of the gender articles of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. The project provides: an explanation of the global pattern of implementation of the gender-specific articles within state parties; an assessment of the role played by women’s rights organisations in the implementation process; and, an evaluation of the implementation outcomes in order to build new theoretical frameworks which explain the diffusion of international women’s rights norms to the national level.

Research Fellowships and Visting Appointments

2010-2014: Australian Research Council - Inaugural Future Fellowship - The International Criminal Court and the Protection of Women’s Rights in Conflict and Post-Conflict Contexts: International Developments and Regional Strategies
2013: Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities/School of Social and Political Studies Fellowship - Edinburgh University - Scotland
2011: Australian/European University Institute Fellow - Department of Law - European University Institute - Italy
2011: Hallsworth Fellow - Department of Politics - Manchester University - United Kingdom
2008: Visiting Fellow - Department of Politics - University of Leiden -  Netherlands

Positions

Editorial Board member: Politics & Gender; Policy and Society.

Co-director, Feminist Institutionalism International Network (based at Edinburgh University)
Co-director, project on gender, development and human rights, Australian Human Rights Centre.
Affiliate, International Law and Policy Group, UNSW Faculty of Law

Affiliations and Memberships

Australian Political Studies Association
American Political Science Association
British Political Studies Association

Recent Book

Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court: legacies and legitimacy Oxford University Press (2016). https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-politics-of-gender-justice-at-the-international-criminal-court-9780199927913?cc=us&lang=en&

Recent Publications

Recent peer-reviewed journal articles

Chappell, L. (2014) “New,” “Old,” and “Nested” Institutions and Gender Justice Outcomes: A View from the International Criminal Court. Politics & Gender. 10(4): 572-594.

Durbach, A. and Chappell, C. (2014). Leaving Behind the Age of Impunity: Victims of Gender Violence and the Promise of Reparations. International Feminist Journal of Politics. 16(4): 543-562/

Chappell, L. and Durbach, A. (2014). Introduction: The International Criminal Court – A Site of Gender Justice. International Feminist Journal of Politics. 16(4): 533-537.

Chappell, L. (2014)  Conflicting institutions and the search for gender justice at the International Criminal Court. Political Research Quarterly. 67(1): 183-196.

Waller, E., Palmer, E., and Chappell, C. (2014). Strengthening Gender Justice in the Asis Pacific through the Rome Statute. Australian Journal of International Affairs. 68(3): 356-373.

Chappell, L., Grey, R. and Waller, E. (2013) The Gender Justice Shadow of Complementarity: Lessons from the International Criminal Court's Preliminary Examinations in Guinea and Colombia International Journal of Transitional Justice. 7(3): 455-475

Chappell, L., and Waylen, G. (2013), Gender And The Hidden Life Of Institutions. Public Administration. 91:3, 599-617.

Chappell, L. & Curtin, J. (2013). Does Federalism Matter? Evaluating State Architecture and Family and Domestic Violence Policy in Australia and New Zealand. Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 43(1), 24-43.

Chappell, L. & Costello, M. (2011). Australian Federalism and Domestic Violence Policy-making. Australian Journal of Political Science46(4), 633-650.

Mackay, F., Kenny, M. & Chappell, L. (2010). New Institutionalism through a Gender Lens: Towards a Feminist Institutionalism? International Political Science Review31(5), 578-588.

Chappell, L. (2010). Gender Judging at the International Criminal Court. Gender & Politics, 10(3), 484-495.

Chappell, L. (2010). Comparative Gender and Institutions: Directions for Research. Perspectives on Politics8(1), 183-189.

Book chapters

Chappell, L. (2013). The State and Governance. In G. Waylen, L. Weldon, K. Celis, & J. Kantola (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook on Gender and Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Chappell, L., Brennan, D. & Rubenstein, K. (2012). Australian Intergovernmental Relations: A Gender and Change Perspective.  In P. Kildea, A. Lynch & G. Williams (Eds.). Tomorrow's Federation: Reforming Australian Government (pp.228-245). Sydney: Federation Press.

Chappell, L. & Jamieson, S. (2012). A Bill of Rights. In R. Smith, A. Vromen & I. Cook (Eds.). Contemporary Politics in Australia: Theories, Practices and Issues. (286-295) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Chappell, L. (2011). The Role of the ICC in Transitional Gender Justice: Capacity and Limitations. In S. Buckley & R. Stanley (Eds.). Gender and Transitional Justice. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chappell, L. (2011).  Nested Newness and Institutional Innovation: Expanding Gender Justice in the International Criminal Court. In M. L. Krook & F. Mackay (Eds.). Gender, Politics and Institutions: Towards a Feminist Institutionalism. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Postgraduate Research Supervision

Areas of Supervision

Gender, law and politics; human rights; gender and public policy; comparative federalism.

Current Postgraduate Research Supervision

Rosemary Grey, PhD Politics & International Relations, "Gender justice and the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court"

Kavitha Suthanthiraraj, PhD Social Science & Policy, "Gender and the responsibility to protect doctrine"

Emily Waller, PhD Social Sciences. "Gender and the International Criminal Court’s reparations mandate".

Chen Reis. "Accountability and Humanitarian Intervention" 

Natalie Galea. "Gender and the Construction Industry"

Sophie Yates "Gender and family violence" 

Recent Postgraduate Research Completions

Ladan Rahmani, PhD Politics, 2005, University of Sydney, "Transformation or tokenism?: Assessing gender mainstreaming in international organization: The case of the United Nations Human Rights Agencies"

Jonathon Cartledge. M.Phil Politics, 2005, University of Sydney, "Implementing children’s rights: How effective is the CRC?"

Recent Invited Presentations

2014, October. University of New South Wales  So What Lecture? Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.  Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court Recogniton and Resistance. 

2013, December. University of Edinburgh. School of Politics and School of Law. ‘Gender Justice and the Reparations mandate at the International Criminal Court’.

2013, October.  University of Edinburgh. Chrystal Macmillan Annual Lecture ‘ 10 Years on: Is the International Criminal Court Delivering for Women’.

2013, October. Cambridge University. Lauterpacht Centre for International Law Lecture. ‘Gender Justice and Legitimacy at the International Criminal Court’. Audio available.

2013, October University of Warwick, Department of Law. ‘Prosecuting Sexual Violence at the International Criminal Court’

2013, April. Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect., University of Queensland “Complementarity and Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court’

2013, April. School of Government and International Relations, Griffith University. Gender Justice at the ICC: Gender rules and gendered legacies.

Recent media

Chappell, L (2013) Justice for Women depends on the International Criminal Court. The Conversation (UK) http://theconversation.com/profiles/louise-chappell-105802/articles

Chappell, L. & Grey, R. (2012, November 26). Simone Gbagbo & the International Criminal Court: The unsettling spectre of the female war criminal. IntLawGrrls Blog.  Available from: http://www.intlawgrrls.com/search/label/Louise%20Chappell

Chappell, L. & Durbach, A. (2012, February 14).  ICC deserves help in seeking justice for all. The Age. Available from:http://www.theage.com.au/opinion/politics/icc-deserves-help-in-seeking-justice-for-all-20120213-1t23x.html

Chappell, L. & Grey, R. (2012, March 17). Tribunal's ruling is real alternative to trial by vigilante. The Sydney Morning Herald. Available from:http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/tribunals-ruling-is-real-alternative-to-trial-by-vigilante-20120316-1vaip.html

Chappell, L. (2011, March 31). Coalition has won but women have lost. The Sydney Morning Herald.  Available from:http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/coalition-has-won-but-women-have-lost-20110330-1cg6u.html

 

 

Research

Louise Chappell is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow. Louise’s research interests are in the areas of women’s rights; gender, politics and institutions and comparative federalism and public policy. Louise’s current research projects focus on gender justice at the International Criminal Court and federalism and women’s policy making in comparative perspective.

Research areas

Women’s rights, gender and politics from a comparative and international perspective, public policy and federalism.

Current research projects

Combating sexual violence against women post-conflict through 'transformative' reparations: problems and prospects. Australian Research Council Discovery Project DP140102274

This new project, which will be conducted with UNSW Law colleagues, Andrea Durbach and Sarah Williams, focuses on the application of reparations for addressing sexual violence in post conflict settings. Working with the International Criminal Court's Trust Fund for Victim's, the research team will consider how reparations have been applied through transitional justice mechanisms in a range of conflict settings, including Cambodia, South Africa and Rwanda and draw lessons for the development of the ICC's reparations mandate.

Building gender equity and diversity in the Australian construction industry. Australian Research Council Linkage Grant LP130100402. 2013-1015.

This project investigates the construction industry's informal gender rules and their role in inhibiting policy measures to improve gender equity and diversity in its professional ranks, and makes innovative recommendations for shifting the stubborn gender imbalance. With Professor Martin Loosemore; Dr Abigail Powell and partners: Lend Lease; Abigroup; Brookfield Multiplex; Australian Human Rights Commission; Diversity Council Australia.

Partner Investigator. Gender and Institutional Change. European Research Council Senior Scholar Award. (Chief Investigator: Prof. Georgina Waylen, University of Manchester). 2012-2017. 

Past research projects

Achieving gender justice: national implementation of the gender provisions of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. Australian Research Council Discovery Project DP0879958

This study offers the first comprehensive explanation of the take-up of the gender articles of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court. The project provides: an explanation of the global pattern of implementation of the gender-specific articles within state parties; an assessment of the role played by women’s rights organisations in the implementation process; and, an evaluation of the implementation outcomes in order to build new theoretical frameworks which explain the diffusion of international women’s rights norms to the national level.

Research Fellowships and Visting Appointments

2010-2014: Australian Research Council - Inaugural Future Fellowship - The International Criminal Court and the Protection of Women’s Rights in Conflict and Post-Conflict Contexts: International Developments and Regional Strategies

2013: Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities/School of Social and Political Studies Fellowship - Edinburgh University - Scotland

2011: Australian/European University Institute Fellow - Department of Law - European University Institute - Italy

2011: Hallsworth Fellow - Department of Politics - Manchester University - United Kingdom

2008: Visiting Fellow - Department of Politics - University of Leiden -  Netherlands

Positions

Editorial Board member: Politics & Gender; Policy and Society.


Co-director, Feminist Institutionalism International Network (based at Edinburgh University)

Co-director, project on gender, development and human rights, Australian Human Rights Centre.

Affiliate, International Law and Policy Group, UNSW Faculty of Law

Affiliations and Memberships

Australian Political Studies Association

American Political Science Association

British Political Studies Association

Upcoming Publications

Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court, Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2015.

Recent Publications

Recent peer-reviewed journal articles

Chappell, L. (2014)  Conflicting institutions and the search for gender justice at the International Criminal Court. Political Research Quarterly. 67(1): 183-196.

Waller, E., Palmer, E., and Chappell, C. (2014). Strengthening Gender Justice in the Asis Pacific through the Rome Statute. Australian Journal of International Affairs. 68(3): 356-373.

Chappell, L. Grey, R. and Waller, E. (2013) The Gender Justice Shadow of Complementarity: Lessons from the International Criminal Court's Preliminary Examinations in Guinea and Colombia International Journal of Transitional Justice. 7(3): 455-475

Chappell, L., and Waylen, G. (2013), Gender And The Hidden Life Of Institutions. Public Administration. 91:3, 599-617.

Chappell, L. & Curtin, J. (2013). Does Federalism Matter? Evaluating State Architecture and Family and Domestic Violence Policy in Australia and New Zealand. Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 43(1), 24-43.

Chappell, L. & Costello, M. (2011). Australian Federalism and Domestic Violence Policy-making. Australian Journal of Political Science46(4), 633-650.

Mackay, F., Kenny, M. & Chappell, L. (2010). New Institutionalism through a Gender Lens: Towards a Feminist Institutionalism? International Political Science Review31(5), 578-588.

Chappell, L. (2010). Gender Judging at the International Criminal Court. Gender & Politics, 10(3), 484-495.

Chappell, L. (2010). Comparative Gender and Institutions: Directions for Research. Perspectives on Politics8(1), 183-189.

Book chapters

Chappell, L. (2013). The State and Governance. In G. Waylen, L. Weldon, K. Celis, & J. Kantola (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook on Gender and Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Chappell, L., Brennan, D. & Rubenstein, K. (2012). Australian Intergovernmental Relations: A Gender and Change Perspective.  In P. Kildea, A. Lynch & G. Williams (Eds.). Tomorrow's Federation: Reforming Australian Government (pp.228-245). Sydney: Federation Press.

Chappell, L. & Jamieson, S. (2012). A Bill of Rights. In R. Smith, A. Vromen & I. Cook (Eds.). Contemporary Politics in Australia: Theories, Practices and Issues. (286-295) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Chappell, L. (2011). The Role of the ICC in Transitional Gender Justice: Capacity and Limitations. In S. Buckley & R. Stanley (Eds.). Gender and Transitional Justice. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chappell, L. (2011).  Nested Newness and Institutional Innovation: Expanding Gender Justice in the International Criminal Court. In M. L. Krook & F. Mackay (Eds.). Gender, Politics and Institutions: Towards a Feminist Institutionalism. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Postgraduate Research Supervision

Areas of Supervision

Gender, law and politics; human rights; gender and public policy; comparative federalism.

Current Postgraduate Research Supervision

Rosemary Grey, PhD Politics & International Relations, "Gender justice and the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court"

Kavitha Suthanthiraraj, PhD Social Science & Policy, "Gender and the responsibility to protect doctrine"

Emily Waller, PhD Social Sciences. "Gender and the International Criminal Court’s reparations mandate".

Chen Reis. "Accountability and Humanitarian Intervention" (co-supervisor)

Natalie Galea. "Gender and the Construction Industry" (co-supervisor)

Recent Postgraduate Research Completions

Ladan Rahmani, PhD Politics, 2005, University of Sydney, "Transformation or tokenism?: Assessing gender mainstreaming in international organization: The case of the United Nations Human Rights Agencies"

Jonathon Cartledge. M.Phil Politics, 2005, University of Sydney, "Implementing children’s rights: How effective is the CRC?"

Recent Invited Presentations

2013, December. University of Edinburgh. School of Politics and School of Law. ‘Gender Justice and the Reparations mandate at the International Criminal Court’.

2013, October.  University of Edinburgh. Chrystal Macmillan Annual Lecture ‘ 10 Years on: Is the International Criminal Court Delivering for Women’.

2013, October. Cambridge University. Lauterpacht Centre for International Law Lecture. ‘Gender Justice and Legitimacy at the International Criminal Court’. Audio available.

2013, October University of Warwick, Department of Law. ‘Prosecuting Sexual Violence at the International Criminal Court’

2013, April. Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect., University of Queensland “Complementarity and Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court’

2013, April. School of Government and International Relations, Griffith University. Gender Justice at the ICC: Gender rules and gendered legacies.

Recent media

Chappell, L (2013) Justice for Women depends on the International Criminal Court. The Conversation (UK) http://theconversation.com/profiles/louise-chappell-105802/articles

Chappell, L. & Grey, R. (2012, November 26). Simone Gbagbo & the International Criminal Court: The unsettling spectre of the female war criminal. IntLawGrrls Blog.  Available from: http://www.intlawgrrls.com/search/label/Louise%20Chappell

Chappell, L. & Durbach, A. (2012, February 14).  ICC deserves help in seeking justice for all. The Age. Available from:http://www.theage.com.au/opinion/politics/icc-deserves-help-in-seeking-justice-for-all-20120213-1t23x.html

Chappell, L. & Grey, R. (2012, March 17). Tribunal's ruling is real alternative to trial by vigilante. The Sydney Morning Herald. Available from:http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/tribunals-ruling-is-real-alternative-to-trial-by-vigilante-20120316-1vaip.html

Chappell, L. (2011, March 31). Coalition has won but women have lost. The Sydney Morning Herald.  Available from:http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/politics/coalition-has-won-but-women-have-lost-20110330-1cg6u.html

 

 

 

Publications

    Books

    • Chappell LA, 2016, Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court, Oxford University Press
    • Chappell L; Hill L; Chesterman J, 2009, The Politics of Human Rights in Australia, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
    • Chappell L; Brennan DJ, (eds.), 2006, 'No Fit Place for Women?' Women in NSW Politics, 1856-2006, UNSW Press, Sydney
    • Chappell L, 2002, Gendering Government: Feminist Engagement with the State in Australia and Canada, UBC Press, Vancouver

    Book Chapters

    • Chappell L, 2013, 'The State and Governance', in Waylen G; Weldon L; Celis K; Kantola J (ed.), The Oxford Handbook on Gender and Politics, Oxford University Press, Oxford
    • Chappell L; Jamieson S, 2012, 'A Bill of Rights', in Smith R; Vromen A; Cook I (ed.), Contemporary Politics in Australia: Theories, Practices and Issues, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 286 - 295, http://www.cambridge.org/aus/catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=9780521137539&ss=fro
    • Chappell L; Brennan DJ; Rubenstein K, 2012, 'A Gender and Change Perspective on Intergovernmental Relations', in Kildea P; Lynch A; Williams G; George (ed.), Tomorrow's Federation: Reforming Australian Government, Federation Press, Australia, pp. 228 - 245
    • Chappell L, 2011, 'Nested Newness and Institutional Innovation: Expanding Gender Justice in the International Criminal Cour', in Krook ML; Mackay F (ed.), Gender, Politics and Institutions: Towards a Feminist Institutionalism, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 163 - 180, http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=398007
    • Chappell L, 2011, 'The Role of the ICC in Transitional Gender Justice: Capacity and Limitations', in Buckey-Zistel S; Stanley R (ed.), Gender in transitional justice, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 37 - 58, http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=398458
    • Brennan DJ; Chappell L, 2009, 'Women and Gender', in Rhodes RAW (ed.), The Australian Study of Politics, Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 338 - 346, http://us.macmillan.com/theaustralianstudyofpolitics
    • Chappell L, 2008, 'Women’s Rights and Religious Opposition: The Politics of Gender at the International Criminal Court’', in Abu-Laban Y (ed.), Gendering the Nation State: Canadian Comparative Perspectives, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, pp. 139 - 163
    • Chappell L, 2008, 'The International Criminal Court: A new arena for transforming gender justice?', in Rai SM; Waylen G (ed.), Global Governance: Feminist Perspectives, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke and New York, pp. 160 - 184
    • Chappell L, 2006, 'Working from within: women in the NSW bureaucracy', in 'No Fit Place for Women?' Women in NSW Politics, 1856-2006, UNSW Press, Sydney
    • Chappell L; Brennan DJ, 2006, 'Gender and NSW Politics', in 'No Fit Place for Women?' Women in NSW Politics, 1856-2006, UNSW Press, Sydney
    • Chappell L, 2006, 'Women’s Interests’ as ‘Women’s Rights’: Developments at the UN criminal tribunals and the International Criminal Court’', in The Politics of Women's Interests: New Comparative Perspectives, Routledge, pp. 1 - 4
    • Brennan DJ; Chappell L, 2006, 'Inaugural Impressions', in 'No Fit Place for Women?' Women in NSW Politics, 1856-2006, UNSW Press, Sydney
    • Chappell L, 2004, 'Feminist engagement with federal institutions: opportunities and constraints for women’s multi-level citizenship’', in Laycock D (ed.), Representation and its Discontents, UBC Press, Vancouver, pp. 65 - 89
    • Chappell L, 2002, 'The Femocrat Strategy: Expanding the Repertoire of Feminist Activists', in Ross K (ed.), Women, Politics and Change, Oxford University Press, Oxford
    • Chappell L, 1995, 'Women’s Policy', in Laffin M; Painter M (ed.), Reform and Reversal: Lessons from the Coalition Government in New South Wales 1988-1995, Macmillan, Melbourne

    Journal articles

    • Galea N; Powell A; Loosemore M; Chappell L, 2015, 'Designing robust and revisable policies for gender equality: lessons from the Australian construction industry', Construction Management and Economics, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01446193.2015.1042887
    • Durbach A; Chappell L, 2014, 'Leaving Behind the Age of Impunity', International Feminist Journal of Politics, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 543 - 562, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14616742.2014.941251
    • Chappell LA, 2014, '“New,” “Old,” and “Nested” Institutions and Gender Justice Outcomes: A View from the International Criminal Court', Politics and Gender, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 572 - 594, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1743923X14000427
    • Chappell LA; Durbach A, 2014, 'Introduction: The International Criminal Court – A Site of Gender Justice', International Feminist Journal of Politics, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 533 - 537, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14616742.2014.954368
    • Waller E; Palmer E; Chappell L, 2014, 'Strengthening gender justice in the Asia-Pacific through the Rome Statute', Australian Journal of International Affairs, vol. 68, no. 3, pp. 356 - 373, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10357718.2014.901295
    • Chappell LA, 2014, 'Conflicting Institutions and the Search for Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court', Political Research Quarterly, vol. 67, no. 1, pp. 183 - 196, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1065912913507633
    • Chappell LA; Grey R; Waller E, 2013, 'The Gender Justice Shadow of Complementarity: Lessons from the International Criminal Court’s Preliminary Examinations in Guinea and Colombia', International Journal of Transitional Justice, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 455 - 475, http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ijtj/ijt018
    • Chappell L; Curtin J, 2013, 'Does Federalism Matter? Evaluating State Architecture and Family and Domestic Violence Policy in Australia and New Zealand', Publius: the journal of federalism, vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 24 - 43, http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/publius/pjs030
    • Chappell L; Waylen G, 2013, 'Gender and the Hidden Life of Institutions', Public Administration: an international quarterly covering public administration throughout the world, vol. 91, no. 1, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9299.2012.02104.x
    • Chappell L; Costello M, 2011, 'Australian Federalism and Domestic Violence Policy-Making', Australian Journal of Political Science, vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 633 - 650, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10361146.2011.623663
    • Mackay F; Kenny M; Chappell L, 2010, 'New institutionalism through a gender lens: Towards a feminist institutionalism?', International Political Science Review, vol. 31, no. 5, pp. 573 - 588, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0192512110388788
    • Chappell L, 2010, 'Gender and Judging at the International Criminal Court', Politics and Gender, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 484 - 495
    • Chappell L, 2010, 'Comparative Gender and Institutions: Directions for Research', Perspectives on Politics, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 183 - 189, http://storage0.nun.unsw.edu.au/cgi-bin/Data/db.cgi?db=fulltexttest&uid=default&view_records=1&url=http://www.journals.cambridge.org/action/displayIssue?jid=PPS&volumeId=8&issueId=01&Address=http://ww
    • Chappell L, 2008, 'Book Review: Globalization and Feminist Activism, by Mary Hawkesworth', Journal of Women, Politics and Policy, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 581 - 583
    • Chappell L, 2008, 'Book Review: Feminists theorize the state, by Johanna Kantola', International Feminist Journal of Politics, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 286 - 287
    • Chappell L; Teghtsoonian K, 2008, 'The Rise and Decline of Women's Policy Machinery in British Columbia and New South Wales: A Cautionary Tale', International Political Science Review, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 29 - 51
    • Chappell L, 2006, 'Contesting Women’s Rights: Charting the Emergence of a Transnational Conservative Patriarchal Network’', Global Society, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 491 - 519
    • Chappell L, 2006, 'Comparing Political Institutions: Revealing the Gendered “Logic of Appropriateness"', Politics and Gender, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 223 - 234
    • Chappell L, 2006, 'Book Review: Just Advocacy? Women’s Human Rights, Transnational Feminisms, and the Politics of Representation, By Wendy S. Hesford and Wendy Kozol', Politics and Gender, vol. 2, no. 6, pp. 531 - 533
    • Chappell L, 2005, 'Book Review: Gender, Globalization, and Postsocialism: The Czech Republic After Communism, by Jacqui True', Political Science
    • Chappell L, 2003, 'Women, gender and international institutions: exploring new opportunities at the International Criminal Court', Policy and Society, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 3 - 25
    • Chappell LA, 2002, 'The Femocrat Strategy: Expanding the Repertoire of Feminist Activists', Parliamentary Affairs, vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 85 - 98
    • Chappell L, 2002, 'The Femocrat Strategy: Expanding the Repertoire of Feminist Activists', Parliamentary Affairs: devoted to all aspects of parliamentary democracy, vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 85 - 98
    • Chappell L, 2002, 'Winding back Australian women’s rights: conventions, contradictions and conflicts', Australian Journal of Political Science, vol. 37, no. 2, pp. 475 - 488
    • Chappell L, 2001, 'Federalism and Social Policy: The Case of Domestic Violence', Australian Journal of Public Administration, vol. 60, no. 1, pp. 36 - 46
    • Chappell L, 2000, 'Interacting with the state: feminist strategies and political opportunities', International Feminist Journal of Politics, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 244 - 275
    • Chappell L, 1999, 'Book Review: Activism and the Policy Process', Australian Journal of Political Science, vol. 34, no. 3, pp. 442 - 442
    • Chappell L, 1999, 'Book Review: Gender and Citizenship: Politics and Agency in France, Britain and Denmark', Australian Journal of Political Science, vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 615 - 616

    Conference Papers

    • Galea NR; Chappell L, 2015, 'Challenges and opportunities in informal institution research', presented at Gender and Informal Institutions Workshop, Manchester, 10 - 11 September 2015
    • Galea NR; chappell L, 2015, 'Masculine Privilege: the tie that binds', presented at American Political Science Association, 3 - 6 September 2015
    • Galea NR; Chappell L, 2015, 'The Power of Masculine Privilege: Comparing Male Overrepresentation in the Australian Political and Construction sectors', presented at ECPR Joint Sessions Workshop, Warsaw, 29 March - 2 April 2015, http://ecpr.eu/Filestore/PaperProposal/db27f4fd-6ea4-47bc-ab7c-47e851750d69.pdf
    • Loosemore M; Powell A; Blaxland M; Galea N; Dainty A; Chappell L, 2015, 'Rapid Ethnography in Construction Gender Research', in Raiden AB; Aboagye-Nimo E (eds.), Proceedings of the 31st Annual ARCOM Conference, Association of Researchers in Construction, pp. 1271 - 1280, presented at 31st Annual ARCOM Conference, Lincoln, UK, 7 - 9 September 2015, http://www.arcom.ac.uk/-docs/proceedings/dc4c21ee09164587bbefd953e423d7a3.pdf
    • Galea N; Powell A; Chappell L; Loosemore M, 2014, 'A New Institutional perspective on gender equity in a large construction company', in West B (ed.), The Australian Sociological Association Conference 2014, The Australian Sociological Association, presented at TASA Conference 2014, Adelaide, Australia, 24 - 27 November 2014, https://www.tasa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Galea_Powell_Chappell_Loosemore.pdf
    • Galea N; Loosemore M; Powell A; Chappell L, 2014, 'Gender equity in construction professions: A new institutionalist perspective', in Proceedings 30th Annual Association of Researchers in Construction Management Conference, ARCOM 2014, pp. 1111 - 1119

    Theses / Dissertations

    • Chappell L, 1998, Political opportunity structures and political strategies: a comparison of the Australian and Canadian women's movements, PhD Thesis

    Conference Presentations

    • Galea NR; Powell A; Dainty A; Chappell L; Loosemore M, 2016, 'Are institutional mechanisms responsible for gender equality inertia in the construction industry', presented at 30th AIRAANZ, Sydney, 10 - 12 February 2016
    • Powell A; Chappell L; Galea N; Loosemore M, 2014, 'Understanding gender regimes in the construction industry from a new institutionalist perspective.', presented at SWE14 (The Annual Conference for Women Engineers) + ICWES16 (International Conference for Women Engineers and Scientists),, , Los Angeles, United States., 23 - 25 October 2014
    • Chappell LA, 2013, 'Gender Justice at the International Criminal Court: What's New?', presented at European Consortium for Political Science Conference, Bordeaux, 4 - 7 September 2013
    • Chappell LA, 2013, 'New and Old Gender Rules at the International Criminal Court', presented at American Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, 28 August - 1 September 2013
    • Chappell LA, 2013, 'Gender & Judging in the first case before the International Criminal Court', presented at American Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, 28 August - 1 September 2013
    • Chappell LA; Grey R, 2013, 'The Gender Justice Shadow of Complementarity', presented at Australia New Zealand Society of International Law, Australian National University, Canberra, 4 - 6 July 2013
    • Chappell LA, 2012, 'Gender Justice and the Complementarity Regime of the International Criminal Court', presented at International Studies Association Human Rights Conference,, Glasgow, 18 - 19 June 2012
    • Chappell LA; Curtin J, 2012, 'Does Federalism Matter? Evaluating State Architecture and Family and Domestic Violence Policy in Australia and New Zealand', presented at International Political Science Association Conference, Madrid, 8 - 12 July 2012
    • Chappell L; Waylen G, 2012, 'Gender and Informal Institutions', presented at Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, USA, 1 April 2012
    • Chappell L, 2012, 'The Collision Between Gender Bias Norms and Gender Justice Rules in the Lubanga Trial at the International Criminal Court', presented at Intractable Problems and Informal Institutions Workshop, Purdue University, Indiana, USA, 1 April 2012
    • Chappell L, 2012, 'Gender Justice and the Complementarity Regime of the International Criminal Court', presented at International Studies Association Human Rights Conference, Glasgow, Scotland, 1 June 2012
    • Chappell L; Curtin J, 2012, 'Does Federalism Matter? Evaluating State Architecture and Family and Domestic Violence Policy in Australia and New Zealand', presented at International Political Science Association Conference, Madrid, Spain, 1 July 2012
    • Chappell L; Curtin J, 2011, 'State architectures and gendered policy making in Australia and New Zealand', presented at European Consortium for Political Research Joint Sessions, St Gallen, Switzerland, 1 April 2011
    • Chappell L; Brennan DJ; Rubenstein K, 2011, 'Australian Intergovernmental Relations: A Gender and Change Perspective', presented at Research Roundtable, Faculty of Law, University of NSW, Sydney, Australia, 1 March 2011
    • Chappell L, 2011, 'Forgetting the New: gender justice and the complementarity provisions of the International Criminal Court', presented at American Political Science Association Conference, Seattle, USA, 1 September 2011
    • Chappell L; Waylen G, 2011, 'Gender and the Inner Life of Institutions', presented at British Political Studies Association Conference, London, UK, 1 April 2011
    • Chappell L, 2009, 'Newness and the International Criminal Court', presented at European Consortium for Political Science Gender Conference, Belfast, Ireland, 1 January 2009
    • Chappell L, 2009, 'Implementing the Gender Justice Articles of the International Criminal Court', presented at American Political Science Association Conference, Toronto, Canada, 1 September 2009
    • Chappell L, 2008, 'Comparing Gender and Institutions Across Time and Place', presented at European Consortium for Political Research Joint Sessions, Rennes, France, 1 April 2008
    • Chappell L, 2007, 'Comparative Gender and Institutions: Directions for Research', presented at American Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, USA, 1 August - 1 September 2007
    • Chappell L, 2005, 'Gender mainstreaming in International Institutions: developments at the UN ad hoc tribunals and the International Criminal Court', presented at International Studies Association, Hawaii USA, 1 March 2005
    • Chappell L, 2004, 'Contesting Women’s Rights: The influence of religious forces at UN women’s rights conferences', presented at Australasian Political Studies Association, Adelaide, Australia, 1 September 2004
    • Chappell L, 2004, 'The Contentious Politics of Women's Human Rights: Religious and Cultural Challenges to Women's Equality in the International Arena', presented at American Political Science Association, Chicago, USA, 1 September 2004
    • Chappell L, 2003, 'Finding space for women’s interests: developments at the UN ad hoc tribunals and the International Criminal Court', presented at Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, Hobart, Australia, 1 September - 1 October 2003
    • Chappell L, 2002, 'Constructing Women’s Rights: Lessons from Australia', presented at Political Studies Association (UK) Proceedings of the Annual Conference, Aberdeen, UK, 1 April 2002
    • Chappell L, 1999, 'Gender Audit of the Australian Journal of Political Science Volume 1 1999', presented at Australian Political Studies Association Conference Proceedings, Sydney, Australia, 1 September 1999
    • Durbach A; Chappell L, 'Leaving behind the age of impunity: Victims of gender violence and the promise of reparations', http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14616742.2014.941251