ADB New South Wales Working Party

ADB New South Wales Working Party
L-R: Andrew Moore, Andy Carr, Alan Ventress, John McLaughlin, Chris Cunneen, Nancy Cushing, Jack Carmody, Bev Kingston, Bridget Griffen-Foley, Murray Goot, Glenn Mitchell

Beverley Kingston (chair)
John Carmody
Andy Carr
Chris Cunneen
Nancy Cushing
Barrie Dyster
Elizabeth Ellis
Stephen Garton
Bridget Griffen-Foley
Murray Goot
John Kennedy McLaughlin
Glenn Mitchell
Andrew Moore
Alan Ventress

Beverley Kingston (chair)
Associate Professor Beverley Kingston taught history at the University of New South Wales for 30 years and is currently an honorary research fellow in the School of History at the UNSW. Her publications include one of the classic works of 1970s feminism, My Wife, My Daughter, and Poor Mary Ann: Women and Work in Australia (1975). More recently she published A History of New South Wales (2006). Beverley has been a member of the New South Wales Working Party since 1974, its chair since July 1994 and has served on the ADB Editorial Board since August 1996.

John Carmody
Andy Carr

Chris Cunneen

Dr Christopher Cunneen was a Research Fellow (1974-82) and deputy general editor (1982-96) of the ADB. In 1996 he was appointed research fellow in the Department of Modern History at Macquarie University. His publications include William John McKell: Boilermaker, Premier, Governor General (2000) and The Role of Governor-General in Australia 1901-1927 (1973). Chris has been a member of the NSW Working Party since 1975 and joined the ADB Editorial Board in June 2011.

Nancy Cushing
Barrie Dyster
Elizabeth Ellis

Stephen Garton

Professor Stephen Garton is provost and deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney. He is the author of four books and over sixty articles, chapters, and encyclopaedia and historical dictionary entries in such areas as the history of madness, psychiatry, crime, incarceration, masculinity, eugenics, social policy, poverty, returned soldiers, masculinity and sexuality. Stephen has served on the NSW Working Party since December 1989 and on the ADB’s Editorial Board since May 1999.

Bridget Griffen-Foley
Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley is the Director of the Centre for Media History at Macquarie University. She specialises in the history of the media, particularly the Australian media. Her publications include The House of Packer: The Making of a Media Empire (1999), Sir Frank Packer (2000), Party Games: Australian Politicians and the Media from War to Dismissal (2003) and Changing Stations: The Story of Australian Commercial Radio (2009). She edited A Companion to the Australian Media in 2014. Bridget has been a member of the NSW Working Party since 2000 and has written sixteen entries for the ADB. She joined the ADB Editorial Board in 2017.

Murray Goot
John Kennedy McLaughlin
Glenn Mitchell
Andrew Moore
Alan Ventress

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