Jayne Regan is a PhD student in the School of History. Her thesis interrogates the ways that the white Australian literary community engaged with and imagined the landscape and environment in interwar and wartime Australia.
Twentieth century Australian history, particularly cultural, literary and environmental histories.
‘Racy of the Soil’: Ian Mudie, right-wing nationalism, and the South Australian soil erosion crisis.’ Environment and History. (Forthcoming)
‘A Cosmopolitan Jindyworobak: Flexmore Hudson, Nationalism and World-Mindedness.’ Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature 15, no. 3 (2015).
‘Gender, Empire and the Church Missionary Society in British Uganda, 1895–1930.’ ANU Undergraduate Research Journal 4 (2012): 103-117.
Jayne’s honours thesis won the ANU’s David Campbell Prize
Australian Historical Association