Professor Bain Attwood Returning Harvard Chair Lecture 2016
This project examines Australia’s overseas military communities, which saw over 100,000 Australian service personnel and … Continue reading Australia’s Asian Garrisons
Born and raised in New Zealand, Bain Attwood has studied, worked and lived in Australia since 1981. He was educated at the University of Waikato (BSocSc), the University of Auckland (MPhil) and La Trobe University (PhD). He joined the School of History at Monash University in 1985, was elected FAHA in 2006, and promoted to Professor in 2007.
Educated at the University of Sydney (BA), Sussex University (MA) and Monash University (PhD), she … Continue reading Barbara Caine
Educated at Harvard College (AB), Yale University (AM) and the University of Michigan (PhD, 1974), … Continue reading David Chandler
Educated at the University of Western Australia (1966) and Oxford University (D Phil 1969), Copland joined the staff of the School of History at Monash in 1970, where he taught until his retirement in 2009. He is now an Adjunct Professor in the History program (SOPHIS). He was elected FAHA in 2001 and promoted to Professor in 2008.
Davison completed his BA (Hons) and Dip Ed at the University of Melbourne and his PhD at ANU. He undertook a second undergraduate degree at Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar for Victoria (1964). He was a member of the History Department at Melbourne University, where he taught Australia’s first course in urban history. He became Professor of History at Monash in 1982.
David Garrioch completed his first degree (BA Hons) at the University of Melbourne and his DPhil at Oxford. He joined the School of History at Monash, teaching European history, in 1984. He was elected FAHA in 2004 and promoted to Professor in 2005. He has served as Associate Dean (Teaching) in the Faculty of Arts at Monash, and been Head of the School of Historical Studies. In 2003, 2008, and again in 2012-15 he was a Visiting Fellow in the École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris, and Visiting Professor at the École Normale Supérieure in Lyons in June 2005.
Louis Green was one of the founders of Australia’s recent but already substantial reputation in … Continue reading Louis Green (1929–2008)
Education: BA, Dip Ed (Melbourne); joined the staff of the School of History as a … Continue reading Francis William (Bill) Kent (1942−2010)
Education: BA (Melbourne, 1940−1942); MA (Melbourne, 1945); PhD (Oxford, 1948−1950). Legge enlisted for war service in October 1944, working first with…
Andrew Markus holds the Pratt Foundation Research Chair of Jewish Civilisation. Educated at the University of Melbourne (BA Hons) and LaTrobe University (PhD), Markus came to the Monash School of History as a lecturer in 1984, specifically to fill two significant gaps in the School’s Australian history program: the histories of Aboriginal-White relations and of post-war immigration (Davison 2006: 14). He was promoted to Professor in 2001 and elected FASSA 2004.
Education: British born, Mews was educated at the universities of Auckland (BA, MA) and Oxford (DPhil). He came to Australia in 1987 and joined the staff of the School of History, after teaching for five years (1980−1985) at the Université de Paris III and spending two years as a Leverhulme research fellow at the University of Sheffield, UK, working with Professor David Luscombe on editing the writings of Peter Abelard.
Mark Peel followed his BA (Hons) and MA at Flinders University with an MA at … Continue reading Mark Peel
Marian Quartly was educated at the University of Adelaide (BA (Hons)) and Monash University (PhD). Her first teaching position was at the University of Western Australia, where Australians 1838 was begun as part of the Bicentennial History project. The book was completed at Monash University when Quartly took up a lectureship there in 1980. She remained at Monash until her retirement, as Professor Emirita, in 2006.
After completing his BA (University of Sydney) and PhD (Monash University), Rickard was Lecturer and … Continue reading John Rickard
Educated at Scotch College, University of Melbourne, and, as a Rhodes Scholar, at Oxford University … Continue reading Alan Geoffrey (Geoff) Serle (1922–1998)
Education and awards: BA (Hons), University of Melbourne, 1938; BA, MA, Oxon, 1940; HonLittD, University … Continue reading Alan George Lewers Shaw (1916–2012)
Thomson was educated at the University of Melbourne (BA Hons 1982) and the University of Sussex (MA 1984, DPhil 1990). He was elected FASSA in 2014.
Thomson returned to Melbourne in 2007 after 22 years in England at the University of Sussex, where he was Professor of Oral History, Director of the Centre for Continuing Education, joint Director of the Centre for Life History Research, co-editor of the British journal Oral History (1990−2007), a Trustee of the Mass-Observation Archive and President of the International Oral History Association (2006−08).
Turner graduated LLB (1948) and BA (Hons) (1949) from the University of Melbourne, where he … Continue reading Ian Alexander Hamilton Turner (1922–1978)