Our students

Our students

HDR Research Projects

Modern History

Current Doctoral Research
Student NameThesis Title
Buckton,RodneyPeople, Energy, Technology: Social and Economic Acceleration in Victoria, 1851-1914
Caron,Dominic"Kill Japs, Kill Japs, Kill More Japs": American and Australian attitudes towards the Japanese during the Second World War
Clear,JackA Transnational Study of Settler Colonial Warfare in the United States and Australia: Geronimo, Jandamarra, and the role of the Freedom Fighter.
Draghici,AdaliaRemote Warfare, and Warfare Via Remote: Shifting Civil-military Relations and Cultural Experiences of War in the U.S from Vietnam to the Gulf.
Hartman,AbbieWhen This is All Over and the War is Won They Will Remember Us: Public History, War and the Power of Memorialisation in Games
Hawkins,AlexandriaBreaking Silence: A History of Domestic Violence in Rural and Urban New South Wales,;;1974-2016
Hawkins,KatharineThe Other Woman: The Monstrous Feminine as Feminist Praxis
Kassimir,Spencer American influences on Rugby League in Australia
Kelly,Margaret JeanMale Previlege and Entitlement as Experienced and Navigated by Transgender Women and Transgender Men
Lorrison,MarianMapping the evolution of the new woman in New South Wales, 1880 -1914.
MacGillivray,MorwennaA comparative study of the experiences of senior female leaders in the different armed forces of the UK, US and Australia.
McWhinney,GeorgiaMore disease- ridden outfits: The British dominion forces and preventative folk medicine in the first world war.
Nicholls,MichaelMasculinity and 'the Millions Club' in Interwar Australia, 1920 - 1939
Sarian,EmmaThe history of Race in Australia, reconsidered
Tack,SaartjeSuicide and the prevention narrative
Way,AmyHow deep is your time?: A History of Australian Antiquity
Recent Theses
Student NameThesis Title
Flack,Kylie-AnnPackaging the Past for Children: Australian historical novels and picture books for children since 1945
Hore,JarrodVisions of Nature: Territoriality and Landscape Photography in Three Settler Sites, 1848-1900
McLaren,JenniferIrish Lives in the British Caribbean: Engaging with Empire in the Revolutionary Era

Politics and International Relations

Current Doctoral Research
Student NameThesis Title
Armagan,TayyibePolitics of flows and controls in the Middle East and North Africa:  The Turkish model as an instrument of control in the face of the Arab spring
Della Gatta,MarisaReligious humanitarianism in Syria.  The contribution of religious communities to the Syrian conflict: Armenian and Muslim communities living in Australia.
Donef,RachoThe Interplay of Religious and Secular Politics in the Turkish Republic, with an Emphasis on Questions About What it Means for the State, or its Politics, to be Secular
Maher,BryanCan Negative Emissions Move Australia from Climate Recalcitrant to Climate Leader: An Examination of the Potential for Negative Emissions in an Australian Context
McCormack,AlanAustralia-Indonesia: the quest for a better relationship. Could FDI have a role?
Mohammeddinov,MikhailThe Eurasian Economic Union: evaluating Russia-led integration
Monnox,Christopher WilliamFederal Election Campaigns in rural New South Wales and Victoria; 1910 - 1969
Poulos,EleniePublic theology and moral voices: Christian advocacy for human rights.
Pourhamzavi,KarimThe Ideology and the Rise of Jihadism: How Regional and Global Political Rivalries Contributed to the Rise of the Jihadists
Sasmita,A SudianaPolitics of ethnicity in the aftermath of special autonomy in Papua, Indonesia: A comparative analysis of Sorong Selatan and Keerom
Smith,CameronDecolonising Antipodean Multiculturalism
Starling,Nicole"A New Faith”? Religious belief and ‘moral enlightenment’ in the temperance movement in Eastern Australia: 1833 - 1878
Thoday,KimLeft-leaning Clergy and Community Activism: the Social and Political Agency of Christian Socialism in Australia During the Cold War
Torrisi,LukeThe anxieties of conservative mind in the 21st century through the lens of Dystopia
Vogt,RichardThe Politics of Borders in the Twenty-First Century: A Responsibility to Protect Privilege
Recent Theses
Student NameThesis Title
Del-Grosso,Marc-OlivierThe perception of Islam by political parties: A comparative analysis of the Rhetorical and perceptive schemes used in Austalia and France
Shanahan,MaireadAustralian Neo-Pentecostal Churches: Incorporating Late-Modernity in a New Religious Form
Wainscott,MatthewClass Politics and Ideology in Revolutionary Egypt
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