William Scates Frances is a PhD Candidate at ANU’s School of History. His research and teaching is in the fields of race science, intellectual history, Pacific history, psychohistory and colonialism. His thesis employs a cross disciplinary approach to examine cognitive dissonance and the work of science in the United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842).
Australian Postgraduate Award (2014–Ongoing)
Guest Lecturer: ‘Islam the Media and Conflict’, School of Humanities and Communication Arts, University of Western Sydney. 2016
Tutor/Marking Oversight: ‘Critical Thinking in Business’, School of Business, Sydney University. 2015
Tutor: ‘Working with Cultural Difference’, School of Social Sciences and Psychology, University of Western Sydney. 2015
Tutor: ‘Ideas in History’, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology, Sydney. 2014-2015.