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16
Dec
‘11

History staff receive awards at College of Arts & Social Sciences Staff Awards Ceremony

The School of History was well represented at the ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences Staff Awards Ceremony and Christmas Party, held Tuesday 13 December 2011. School of History staff took out two of the six awards, Merridee Bailey for...

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09
Jan
‘12

Dr Merridee Bailey to teach Medieval History at University of New England

Dr Merridee Bailey will be taking a 6 month hiatus from the Australian National University to teach medieval history at the University of New England. Merridee will be teaching HIST111 Medieval Europe, which she states will be a "...

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09
Jan
‘12

Website and blog launched to follow Professor Tom Griffith's voyage to Antarctica

On 5 January 2012 Professor Tom Griffiths, Antarctic historian, joined the Australian Antarctic Division’s centennial voyage to Mawson’s Huts at Commonwealth Bay. The journey marks 100 years since Douglas Mawson’s epic...

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09
Jan
‘12

Professor Tom Griffiths sets sail to Antarctica for the centennial voyage to Mawson’s Huts

On 5 January 2012 Professor Tom Griffiths, Antarctic historian from the School of History, ANU, joined the Australian Antarctic Division’s centennial voyage to Mawson’s Huts at Commonwealth Bay. The journey commemorated the nation’...

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12
Jan
‘12

Minoru Hokari Scholarship 2012 open for applications

The Minoru Hokari Scholarship is currently open for applications. The scholarship offers $3,000 to be used towards conducting fieldwork in an indigenous community for projects related to Australian Indigenous history. It is open to all PhD...

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07
Feb
‘12

Associate Professor Bongiorno interview on the ABC Radio National: Poetry Militant

Associate Professor Frank Bongiorno was interviewed for an ABC Radio National documentary on the Hindsight program. his interview titled Poetry Militant: Walt Whitman and Bernard O’Dowd played on Sunday 5 February at 1pm, and will be...

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22
Feb
‘12

Dr Christian Goeschel interview on German television: Suicide in Nazi Germany

Dr Christian Goeschel was interviewed for the German television program artour, a prominent weekly cultural program, about his book "Suicide in Nazi Germany", published by Oxford University Press. The book has recently been translated into...

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30
Mar
‘12

Dr Gemma Betros wins Ernst Keller European Humanities Travelling Fellowship and a Visting Fellowship at Chawton House Library

Gemma has been awarded a prestigious Ernst Keller European Humanities Travelling Fellowship by the Australian Academy of the Humanities from a very competitive field of early career researchers. The Fellowship allows Gemma to undertake archival...

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01
May
‘12

2012 Minoru Hokari Scholarship Recipient Announced

The 2012 Minoru Hokari Scholarship has been awarded to Ms Shannyn Palmer. Ms Palmer is a doctoral student in the Australian Centre for Indigenous History at the Australian National University. The award will support fieldwork for Ms Palmer’s...

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02
May
‘12

Goeschel's "Suicide in Nazi Germany" receives rave reviews

Christian Goeschel, a recent appointment to the School of History, recently had his monograph Suicide in Nazi Germany (Oxford University Press, 2009) published in German by the prestigious Suhrkamp Verlag. His book is about the suicides of ordinary...

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