Dr. Alexandra Roginski recently signed a contract with the Cambridge University Press ‘Science in History’ series for her second book: Science and Power in the Nineteenth-Century Tasman World: Popular Phrenology in the Antipodes.
On 15 June 2020 Graham Dobell interviewed Professor Peter Edwards, with comments on his book and the relevant chapter of Malcom Turnbull’s autobiography, on The Strategist weblog.
Peter Edwards has written a number of pieces for The Strategist, including:
- ‘Serving government as a whole’: Justice Hope and the remit of Australia’s intelligence agencies.
- Prime ministers, spies and the law: how Bob Hawke saved Labor and his government.
In The Media.
Associate Professor Clare Corbould appeared on the Drive program on ABC Far North Queensland on Wednesday 4 November to discuss the US election. (listen from 37:10).
On 10 September Peter Edwards was interviewed by Tom Switzer on the ABC Radio National program Behind the Lines in a program entitled ‘Is Home Affairs too big?’
On the 27th October 2020, CHRG members took part in a webinar hosted by Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU): The people’s university. Titled ‘Literature and History: Australian Perspectives’, Professor David Lowe, Dr. Alyson Miller, Dr. Tiffany Shellam and Dr. Alexandra Roginski each gave a presentation that sought to broaden understandings of Australian history and literature.
You can watch the webinar back in full here.
Australian Policy and History.
In APH’s recent author Q&A, Dr. Carolyn Holbrook interviewed former diplomat, Richard Broinowski, author of Under the Rainbow: The life and times of EW Cole.
Patrick-Jean Guay has identified funding opportunities that could be of interest to CHRG members. Patrick has requested to be notified (via the Faculty Research mailbox firstname.lastname@example.org) and via the completion of the Faculty on-line NOIS form (https://deakinuniversity-vcjls.formstack.com/forms/nois) if anyone is interested in applying to any of those opportunities. If you need any further assistance, please contact Patrick (email@example.com )
US-Japan relations postdoctoral fellowships
These enable postdoctoral researchers to conduct research that illuminates Japan’s relations with the rest of the world in the broadest sense at the centre. Fellowships are worth at least USD 60,000 each for 10 months.
Closing date: 07 Jan 21.
You can find more information here.