School of History
ARC Laureate Program
Position: PhD Student
School and/or Centres: National Centre of Biography
School and/or Centres: School of History
Room: Room 2129, Level 2, Coombs Building (#9)
Room: Rm 3109, HC Coombs Building
Thesis title: From Invasion to my Generation - the Lived Experience of an Aboriginal Family Group Over Several Generations
Thesis title: The economic and social history of the Australian wool industry 1930-1950s
Thesis title: What factors shaped the administration of Capital punishment in Papua and New Guinea from 1954 to 1965?
Room: Graduate Centre, Coombs Building
Thesis title: The battle of the reproductive frontier: An investigation into gender, race and sexuality in Western Australia's program of 'Breeding out the Colour'
Room: Room 3111,HC Coombs Building, 9 Fellows Rd, Acton
Thesis title: The Galfridian Moment: The Concept of Britain in Medieval and Early Modern English Political Thought
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