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New Publication – Australia Goes to Washington: 75 Years of Australian Representation in the United States, 1940-2015

Australia Goes to Washington: 75 Years of Australian Representation in the United States, 1940-2015, has recently been released by ANU Press. This collection was edited by Professor David Lowe,...

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History Seminar Series: Panel Discussion Number Two

Panel Two: The ‘Good, Bad and the Ugly’ Colonisers: Tracing the Long-term Impacts of colonial Influence in PNG and Australia. With Dr Chris Waters,  Dr Helen Gardner,  Dr Jonathan...

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History Seminar Series: Second Panel Discussion Begins Tomorrow

The next panel discussion in the History Seminar Series is tomorrow: The “Good, Bad and the Ugly” Colonisers: Tracing the Long-term Impacts of colonial Influence in PNG and Australia....

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Contemporary Histories Seminar Series: Trimester 2, 2016

Panel 1: Winning the War and Losing the Peace: The Challenge of Post-conflict Transitions Across Europe and Asia in the 20th Century With Filip Slaveski, Bart Ziino and Roy...

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Provocation Two: The State of Historical Writing About Australia in World Affairs

The Contemporary Histories Research Group is pleased to announce that our second Provocation is now available. For our June instalment, Professor David Lowe and Associate Professor Christopher Waters discussed ‘The State of...

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Nathan Coffey Reflects on the Colloquium Experience

Nathan Coffey’s PhD dissertation is titled Political Tension and Decolonisation: A Study of Tensions between Australia and the United Nations During the Decolonisation of Papua New Guinea. Read his –...

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Current Research Projects

The Contemporary Histories Research Group members work on a diverse range of research projects ranging from The Decolonisation of Melanesia, to Miyazaki Hayao as Reluctant Public Intellectual.  We are...

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Working Paper Series

The Working Papers series is designed to ‘air’ work that is currently underway and undergoing further thinking and refining. We invite feedback on these pieces, and current papers include...

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2015 Round-Up

2015 was an exciting year for the Contemporary Histories Research Group with the continued development of our website and the launch of our own social media accounts on Twitter...

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