• Doctor of Philosophy, University of Queensland
  • Master of Arts (International Relations), Flinders University
  • Bachelor of International Studies (Honours), Flinders University



Deo, Seema, & Anderson-Navuku, Kylie. The Children Take Action! A Climate Change Story. Apia, Samoa. SPREP (2012) (translated into I-Kiribati and published as ia Botumwaka ma aia Kakamwakuri Ataei in 2013; translated into Tuvaluan and published as A Tamaliki Ko Gaasue! in 2015).

Jayne, Kylie, with P. Solomona. Lady Vini's Big Pacific Adventure. Samoa. Western Pacific Fisheries Management Council & South Pacific Regional Environment Programme (2007).

Anderson, Kylie, Apted, M., & Duaibe, K. Girls Can Do Anything! Local role models in non-traditional career fields. Suva. Fiji Women’s Rights Movement (2000).

Journal articles:

Anderson, Kylie Jayne. ‘Mare Ever-changing?  Sailing between Generalisations in Oceanic Political Analysis.’ Comparative Democratic Studies (Seoul). 5.2. (2010): 23-66. 

Anderson, Kylie. ‘Power and Influence?  A Commentary on ‘New Culture’ and its Role in Shaping Political Views’. Fijian Studies. 6.1 & 2 (2009): 201-216.

Anderson, Kylie. ‘Whither Pacific ‘traditional’ media? The place of internet technology in political education and political participation’. Pacific Journalism Review. 13.2 (2007): 94-111.

Anderson, Kylie. ‘Reorienting Human Rights: Young Pacific Island people’s views and awareness of human rights’. Australian Journal of Human Rights. 12.1 (2006): 157-184.

Anderson, Kylie. with Isimeli, F., ‘Protection and Promotion of Culture at the Community Level: A Case Study of Rotumans’. Fijian Studies. 4.1 (2006): 143-155.

Anderson, Kylie Jayne. ‘Strengthening Human Rights Education in the Pacific Island Region’. Directions: Journal in Education Studies, 26.1: 1-12. (2004).

Chapter in edited book & contributions to edited collections:

Anderson, Kylie Jayne. ‘Corruption’. Education for Sustainable Development: Pacific Stories of Sustainable Living, Volume 2. Ed. Cresantia F. Koya, U. Nabobo-Baba, & T.Teaero, (Eds.), School of Education, University of the South Pacific & Asia/ Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO (2010). 107-110.

Anderson, Kylie. ‘From marginalisation to mainstream? Rotuma and the 2006 election’. From Election to Coup in Fiji. Ed. Stewart Firth & Jon Fraenkel. Canberra. ANU e press and Asia Pacific Press. (2007). 185-283.