Australasia and Pacific

New Zealand History Research Trust Fund Awards
New Zealand - Ministry for Culture and Heritage (New Zealand)
Contact: Gavin McLean,
New Zealand Oral History Awards
New Zealand - Ministry for Culture and Heritage
Contact: Alison Parr,
Rydon Fellowship in Australian Politics and Political History
Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, King's College London
Contact: Secretary,
Australian Bicentennial Scholarships and Fellowships
Menzies Centre for Australian Studies
Contact: Secretary,
Money Pits: British Mining Companies in the Californian and Australian Gold Rushes of the 1850s
Woodland, John (2014) Ashgate Publishing, 9781472442796 Hardback £70
Crime and policing: Dublin, Brisbane and London, 1850s-1900.
Dukova, Anastasia, Ph.D. (2010), Trinity College Dublin (University of Dublin) (Dickson, David) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
Theses in progress
New evidence on the development of Australian refugee policy, 1976-1983.
Higgins, Claire, D.Phil. (2012), Oxford (Oxley, Deborah J.) in progress
Theses in progress
Free or unfree labour: the British empire and the establishment of the Swan River Colony.
Moss, Kellie, Ph.D. (2014), Leicester (Anderson, Clare) in progress
Theses in progress
Doing time at Rottnest and Cocatoo islands: the temporal-spatial experience on penal islands in Australia.
Roscoe, Katherine, Ph.D. (2014), Leicester (Anderson, Clare) in progress
Theses in progress
The creation and reception of William Westall's (1781-1850) Admiralty oil paintings of Australia, derived from his voyage in H.M.S. *Investigator*, 1801-3.
Taylor, James M.S., D.Phil. (2012), Sussex (Quilley, Geoffrey) in progress
Theses in progress
Criminal justice, race and gender in the colonial south-west Pacific, 1880-1920.
Stevens, Kate, Ph.D. (2011), Cambridge (Thomas, Nicholas; Sivasundaram, Sujit P.) in progress
Theses in progress
The order of the empire: the Knights of Labor in Britain, Australia and New Zealand, 1880-1900.
Parfitt, Steven, Ph.D. (2012), Nottingham (Wrigley, Christopher J.) in progress
Theses in progress
Science at sea: the conduct of science in South Pacific voyaging, *c*.1838-50.
Millar, Sarah, Ph.D. (2012), Edinburgh (Withers, C.W.J.) in progress
Theses in progress
Mental deficiency as contagion: debate and reality of the Australasian exclusion of 'mad' immigrants, *c*.1880s-1920s.
Kain, Jennifer, Ph.D. (2012), Northumbria (MacRaild, Don) in progress
Theses in progress
Capital, Welsh identity, entrepreneurship and a Western Australian gold mine - a case study (George Hall, 1855-1915).
Evans, Alwyn, Ph.D. (2012), Cardiff (Jones, Bill) in progress
Theses in progress
Turning the 'wilderness' into a 'flowering garden': exploring the survival of Cape Bedford Mission, far North Queensland, 1887-1909.
Allen, Laurence P., M.Phil. (2013), Oxford (Zimmer, Oliver) in progress
Theses in progress
Observing human 'difference': the case of the Endeavour and Resolution journals.
Barsky, Roxane K., M.St. (2013), Oxford (Innes, Joanna M.)
Reception and response: the impact of British art in late 19th-century Melbourne.
Watts, Emma, Ph.D. (2013), York (Lillie, Amanda; Turner, Sarah)
‘A failed bid for independence’? Anglo-New Zealand relations, 1935-9.
McCrostie, Jonathan H., M.St. (2013), Oxford (Belich, James)
Benjamin Duterrau and the art of conciliation.
Lehman, Gregory P., M.St. (2013), Oxford (West, Shearer)
Professor Katie Holmes
Keith Cameron Prof. of Australian Hist. 2010, University College Dublin (National University of Ireland)
Research interests: Australian environmental history; 19th c. social history.Republic of Ireland record
Ruán O'Donnell
University of Limerick, Department of History
Research interests: Modern Irish, European & Australian history; the United Irishmen; imperialism; Irish revolutionary movements.Republic of Ireland record
Professor Ged Martin
Adjunct Prof. of Hist., National University of Ireland, Galway, Department of History
Research interests: Australian, British, British imperial, Canadian, Irish & New Zealand history from the late 18th to the 20th c.; career of Sir John A. Macdonald (1815-91), first prime minister of Canada; British-Canadian relations & the intellectual origins of Canadian Confederation (1867).Republic of Ireland record
Dr. E. Kent Fedorowich
Assoc. Prof., West of England, Bristol, School of History
Research interests: Empire migration 1919-39; PoWs in World War II; Anglo-dominion relations.
Professor Ian R. Phimister
Prof. of Int. History, Sheffield, Department of History
Research interests: The City of London and British overseas investment, 1890-1940.
Professor Timothy J.T. Rooth
Prof. Emeritus in Econ. History, Department of Econ., Portsmouth, Department of Economics
Research interests: British 20th c. external economic policy.
Dr. Donal W. Lowry
Reader, Oxford Brookes, School of Arts and Humanities
Research interests: Ulster loyalism/unionism; Irish nationalism and British empire; Rhodesia; white dominions/colonies of settlement.
Dr. John G. Darwin
University Lecturer, Oxford, Nuffield College
Research interests: Theories of empire since *c*.1500; the British Empire as an international system 1830-1960; South African, Canadian and New Zealand History; decolonisation and the end of empire.
Professor William G.R. Clarence-Smith
Prof. of Econ. History of Asia and Afric., London: School of Oriental and African Studies, Department of History
Research interests: Tropical tree crops; commercial diasporas.
Mr. Dudley E. Baines
Emeritus Reader in Econ. History, London: London School of Economics, Department of Economic History
Research interests: 20th c. London labour market; 18th-19th c. European migration: overseas and internal.