Adrian Glamorgan

Adrian Glamorgan

Lecturer - Leadership & Business

Adrian's expertise includes:
Education - facilitator, lecturer, and trainer & teacher and school leadership.
Communication - community radio broadcaster, writer, online creative, public speaker.
Organisational Development - governance (especially NGOs)

In his organisational work, Adrian first and foremost cultivates a board to deeply listen to and appreciate its own circumstances, past, present and future. A board then identifies opportunities ways to foster creativity, transform conflict and align organisational development to achieve productive and ethical goals.

Adrian seeks to live and work according to the insights of early Quakers, who listened with holy obedience, and aligned with principles of simplicity, peace, equality, integrity, community and earth care, listening deeply to people and processes, and spiritual vocation.


Master of Teaching (High Distinction) (University of Notre Dame) 2008

Graduate Diploma in English (Creative Writing) (Curtin University) 1994

Bachelor of Arts (Hons), History and Political Science (Australian National University) 1979

Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (The Australian National University) 1985

Certificate III in Media (Broadcasting) (CMTO / Noongar Radio) 2012


Community development; Governance and Law; Organisational Behaviour; Academic Writing; Environment, Nuclear Weapons, Peace Journalism; Quaker Theology

Research Interests

Governance (particularly faith/advocacy/not-for-profit groups),

Law (particularly international humanitarian law pertaining to genocide and crimes against humanity, particularly nuclear weapons),

Ethics (particularly Christian ethics, and media ethics and models of the fourth estate)

History of the early church, non-conformist churches, peace churches, and connections between early Quakerism and Pentacostal practices

Education methodologies which engage students in bridging academic approaches with their vocational practices

Book Chapter

  • 2016
    • Glamorgan, A. (2016). Outward action arising from inward stillness In Allen Y & Noble, J (eds), Breaking the boundaries (pp. 26-31). Mile End, South Australia: Wakefield Press.

Journal Article

  • 2019
    • Glamorgan, A & PO', E (2019). Understorey: Community Radio and the Nuclear Age. Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts, 5. | External link


Academic Conference

  • 2018
    • Addressing Workplace Injustice: The Contribution of Nonviolent Communication and Emotional Intelligence (2018), . Minstry Research Conference, Knox, Victoria, Australia., 06 Sep 2018
      Co-presenter: Pegram, N

Scholarship Publications

Creative Production or Composition

  • 2015
    • Glamorgan A. & PO, E. (2015). Nuclear Weapons Survivor Series. Understorey.Mt Lawley, Western Australia: RTR FM 92.1.
  • 2013
    • Glamorgan, A & PO, E. (2013). "Beyond Nuclear War & Radioactive Peace" Series. Understorey.Mt Lawley, Western Australia: RTR FM 92.1.
  • 2012
    • Glamorgan, A. (2012). Waste & the West Australian Environment Series. Western Australia: RTR FM 92.1.

Popular Article

  • 2018
    • Glamorgan, A. and PO’, Elizabeth (2018). Understorey: Community Radio and the Nuclear Age. Unlikely: Journal for Creative Arts, Issue 05. | External link
  • 2014
    • Glamorgan, A. (2014). Dismantling the thinking behind the bomb: Beyond nuclear war and radioactive peace in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.. The Australian Friend, June 1, 2014. | External link

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