Australasia and Pacific

Preventing ‘unsound minds’ from populating the British World: Australasian immigration control and mental illness 1830s-1920s
Kain, Jennifer, Ph.D. (2015), Northumbria University (Hardwick, Joseph)
Australia Circumnavigated
Morgan, Kenneth (2015) Ashgate Publishing, 9781908145116 Hardback £125
Ruán O'Donnell
University of Limerick, Department of History
Research interests: Modern Irish, European and Australian history; the United Irishmen; imperialism; Irish revolutionary movements.Republic of Ireland record
Professor Ged Martin
Adjunct Prof. of History, National University of Ireland, Galway, Department of History
Research interests: Australian, British, British imperial, Canadian, Irish and 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 and the intellectual origins of Canadian Confederation (1867).Republic of Ireland record
Professor Deborah J. Oxley
Prof. of Soc. Sc. History, Oxford, All Souls College
Research interests: Height and health in history; micro-economics of the household; penal transportation to Australia; coercive labour systems; colonial Australian development; crime and punishment in Britain and Ireland.
Professor John G. Darwin
Prof. of Global and Imp. History, 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.
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.
Dr. Jonathan M. Wooding
Sen. Lecturer, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Monasticism; Celtic Christianity; Catholic Church in 19th c. Australia.
Professor Colin C. Eldridge
Emeritus Prof. of History, Trinity St. David, Department of History
Research interests: British empire and Commonwealth history; literature of imperialism.
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. Tanja Bueltmann
Sen. Lecturer in History, Northumbria, School of Arts and Social Sciences
Research interests: British world history; ethnic associational culture; Scottish and English diaspora; Australasia; North America.
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.
Dr. Simon Sleight
Lecturer in Australian History, London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: Australian history; history of children and young people; urban history.
Professor Carl Bridge
Prof. and Head of Menzies Centre for Australian Stud., London: King's College, Department of History
Research interests: Domestic politics and diplomacy; Australia in World War II.
Dr. Damien Short
Sen. Lecturer in Human Rights, London: Institute of Commonwealth Studies, Institute of Commonwealth Studies
Research interests: Australian Aboriginal history; colonialism; genocide studies.
Dr. Seán Glynn
University Reader, City Campus, London Metropolitan, Department of Law, Governance and International Relations
Research interests: History of London Guildhall University.
Ms. Sue Bestwick
Sen. Lecturer in History, Lincoln, Department of Humanities
Research interests: Environmental history; post-colonial Australian identity.
Dr. Bernard P. Attard
Lecturer in Econ. History, Leicester, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: History of the international economy; British settler society.
Dr. Huw J. Barton
Lecturer in Bioarchaeol., Leicester, School of Archaeology and Ancient History
Research interests: Hunter-gatherer archaeology; Australian archaeology; lithics; archaeobotany.
Dr. Geoffrey T.P. Waddington
Sen. Lecturer in Int. History, Leeds, School of History
Research interests: Nazi foreign policy 1933-45; Axis diplomacy.
Dr. Jenny Macleod
Lecturer in 20th c. History, Hull, Department of History
Research interests: Britain and Australia; cultural history of World War I.
Professor Philip J. Payton
Emeritus Prof. of Cornish and Australian Stud., Exeter, History - Cornwall Campus
Research interests: Emigration; mining; place and identity; biography; World War I.
Professor Joseph L. Melling
Prof. of History of Medicine and Industry, Exeter, History
Research interests: History of industrial supervision; lunacy.
Professor Roger Burt
Emeritus Prof. of Mining History, Exeter, History
Research interests: Investment in metal mining: Britain and abroad 1870-1914.
Professor Andrew F. Walls
Director Emeritus of the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World, Edinburgh, Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World
Research interests: Christianity in non-western settings; history of missionary movement.
Professor David G. Greasley
Prof. of Econ. History, Edinburgh, Economic and Social History
Research interests: Economic and industrial growth.
Professor Anthony C. Howe
Prof. of Mod. History, East Anglia, School of History
Research interests: Britain in the 19th and early 20th c., esp. politics, culture and economy.