Daniel May is a PhD Candidate in the School of History. His thesis investigates the political and cultural history of Indigenous burning in Australia and the Western United States.
2017 (with Timothy Neale), 'Bushfire simulators and analysis in Australia: insights into an emerging sociotechnical practice', Environmental Hazards, https://doi.org/10.1080/17477891.2017.1410462
2017 'Matthew J. Colloff, Flooded Forest and Desert Creek: Ecology and History of the River Red Gum, Melbourne, CSIRO Publishing, 2014, 325 pp. Book review, Queensland Review, 24(2), 325-326, https://doi.org/10.1017/gre.2017.44
2018 Endeavour Research Fellowship (Australia Awards)
2016 Moran Award for History of Science Research (Australian Academy of Science
Environmental history, Australian history, History & Philosophy of Science.
Australian Postgraduate Award, Australian National University (2015-2018)
Ian Langham Prize for Best Postgraduate Presentation, Australasian Association for the History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Science (2015)
Bushfire & Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre (Associate Student Member): 2016
Australian Historical Association (Student Member): 2014-16
Australasian Association for the History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Science (Student Member): 2015-16
Australian Forest History Society (Student Member): 2015-16
Centre for Environmental History, ANU: 2015-16
HIST1214 Clash of Empires (Sessional Tutor) (Semester One 2016)
HIST2136 World at War (Sessional Tutor) (Semester Two 2017)