Dr Joanna Cruickshank recently wrote an opinion article for ABC Religion and Ethics, titled ‘Australia Day and the Enduring Power of White Supremacy’.
Dr Cruickshank is a Senior Lecturer in History in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. She teaches units in the field of gender, Pacific and Indigenous history, and her research examines the role of religion in British and Australian history. These include studies of missionary women involved in Aboriginal missions, a history of sermons in the British world and colonial Australia and research on the religious understandings of colonial humanitarians. Joanna is the Reviews Co-Editor of the Journal of Religious History.