Dr Tanya Evans
Dr Tanya Evans specialises in family history, motherhood, poverty and sexuality. She is passionate about researching ordinary people and places, incorporating them in her research, and the construction of historical knowledge.
Associate Professor Shawn Ross
Associate Professor Shawn Ross is an expert in digital research methods, including archaeology, oral history, and archival history. He leads a major e-research infrastructure project funded by NeCTAR (NCRIS), ARC LIEF, and NSW Research Attraction and Acceleration Program (RAAP) awards.
Dr Mark Hearn
Specialising in the role of history in public policy, Dr Mark Hearn researches industrial relations policy, business history and the Centenary of Federation.
Dr Rowan Tulloch
Dr Rowan Tulloch lectures in digital media and video gaming. His research considers how technological and cultural logics are embodied within practices of interactivity.
Associate Professor Michelle Arrow
Dr Michelle Arrow is a cultural historian in the Department of Modern History, Politics and International Relations. She focuses on the history of Australian popular culture and on the representation of history within it.
Dr Alison Holland
Dr Alison Holland graduated with a PhD in history from the University of New South Wales in 1999. Her thesis explored humanitarian advocacy around Aboriginal human rights and the reform of Aboriginal affairs across the middle decades of the twentieth century, with a particular focus on the life, work and ideas of Mary Bennett (1881-1961).
Professor Sean Brawley
Brawley completed his PhD at the University of New South Wales in 1992. His thesis examined foreign relations and Asian immigration to Australasia and North America, and became his first book The White Peril: Foreign Relations and Asian Immigration to Australasia and North America (UNSW Press, 1994).
Research Interest: Roman Eastern Provinces in Late Antiquity. Treasurer for the Society for the Study of Early Christianity
Dr Emily O'Gorman
Emily's research focuses on past, current and future river and wetland knowledge and management; and, approaches to weather and climate in the sciences from the nineteenth century to the present.
Associate Professor Malcolm Choat
Malcolm's research focusses on issues of authenticity and forgery in the study of history, with a focus on fake artefacts (especially papyrus manuscripts), and the issues for the practice of history raised by authentication practices and discourses of authenticity.
- Amy Way
- Marian Lorrison
- Jennifer McLaren
- Ruby Arrowsmith Todd
- Rachel McMullan
- Patricia Curthoys
- Kate Bagnall
- Nicole Cama
- Mandy Kretzschmar
- Rodney Buckton
- Kelly Cheung
- Emily O'Gorman
- Penny Crook
- Andrew Simpson
- Fiona Leslie
- Emma Dortins
- Georgia McWhinney (MHPIR PhD student)
- Adela Sobotkova
- Anisa Puri
- Rachel Yuen-Collingridge