Thesis Proposal Presentation Day

We will be holding a Thesis Proposal Presentation Day on Friday, 26 November, commencing at 9am in room 1.13 New Coombs Building, ANU.

There will be an opening address at 9.15am by our Director of Graduate Studies, Dr Carolyn Strange.

Lunch will be provided.

All welcome.

Session 1: 9.30 to 10.30

Margaret Hutchison, 'Painting War: the role of the First World War official art schemes in the construction of national memory in Australia, 1914-1939'

Cath Bishop, 'Uncovering the Hidden Colonial Workforce: Reassessing Women's Work and the Public/Private Sphere Dichotomy in New Zealand and Australian cities 1830-1870'

Refreshment: 10.30-10.45

Session 2 : 10.45-12.30

Alessandro Antonello, 'Scientific and environmental diplomacy and the Antarctic, 1945-1980'

David Fettling, 'Australian officials and Asian revolution 1945-1949'

Laura Rademaker, 'An Australian Babel?: Aboriginal languages and Bible women at Arnhem Land missions 1930-1970'

Lunch 12.30-1.00

Session 3: 1.00-2.30

Alastair Kennedy, 'Race, Service, Citizenship: White Australia's attitudes to Chinese-Australians between the two World Wars'

Dae Kim, 'The Formation of Modern Martial Arts in the Korean Peninsula: through three contemporary newspapers (Hwangseongsinmun, Daehanmaeilsinbo, and Maeilsinbo)'

Niki Francis, 'Getting the real stuff in from the paddocks: writing a life of Rosalie Gascoigne'

Date & time

Fri 26 Nov 2010, 9am–5pm

Event series


School of History


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