Australasia and Pacific

Gender and Conversion Narratives in the Nineteenth Century
(2015) Ashgate Publishing, 9781472449238 Hardback £70
Migration to New Worlds
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New Zealand's empire
Pickles, Katie; Coleborne, Catharine (2015) Manchester University Press, 9780719091537 Hardback £70
Insanity, identity and empire
Coleborne, Catharine (2015) Manchester University Press, 9780719087240 Hardback £70
Little Britons? Irish and New Zealand children in the Great War.
Bennett, Charlotte J.S., D.Phil. (2015), Oxford (Belich, James; Paseta, Senia) in progress
Theses in progress
The Australian economic revolution: change and continuity in the wake of the Second World War.
Dunn, Alexander H., M.Phil. (2015), Oxford (Meredith, David) in progress
Theses in progress
Newspaperman and goldfields entrepreneur in Wales and Australia (George Hall, 1855-1915).
Evans, Alwyn, M.Phil. (2012), Cardiff (Jones, Bill) in progress
Theses in progress
Preventing 'unsound minds' from populating the British world: Australasian immigration control and 'mental illness', 1830s-1920s.
Kain, Jennifer, Ph.D. (2012), Northumbria (MacRaild, Don) in progress
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Cracks in the Great White Walls: managing race, gender and nation in New Zealand's empire-state, 1914-39.
Mercer, Harriet J., M.St. (2015), Oxford (Belich, James) in progress
Theses in progress
Science at sea: the conduct of science in South Pacific voyaging, c.1838-50.
Millar, Sarah, Ph.D. (2012), Edinburgh (Withers, C.W.J.) in progress
Theses in progress
Free or unfree labour: the British empire and the establishment of the Swan River Colony.
Moss, Kellie, Ph.D. (2014), Leicester (Anderson, Clare) in progress
Theses in progress
New Zealand in a 'Pacific age': (mis) managing mandates in a sea of imperial internationalism, 1914-34.
Phillips, Sean J., M.St. (2015), Oxford (Belich, James) in progress
Theses in progress
Island chains: a spatial history of Australian convict islands.
Roscoe, Katherine, Ph.D. (2014), Leicester (Anderson, Clare) in progress
Theses in progress
The Royal Navy and colonial collecting in Australia, c.1820-70.
Simpson, Daniel, M.Phil./Ph.D. (2015), London (Laidlaw, Zoe) in progress
Theses in progress
Community survival and revival after deindustrialisation in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Tilleard, Robert J.F., M.Phil. (2015), Oxford (A'Hearn, Brian; Meredith, David) in progress
Theses in progress
Reading places: the British navy and the understanding of Pacific regions in the 19th century.
Oh, Hana, D.Phil. (2014), Oxford (Harrison, Mark) in progress
Theses in progress
The creation and reception of William Westall's Admiralty oil paintings, derived from his voyage in H.M.S. Investigator, 1801-3.
Taylor, James M.S., D.Phil. (2012), Sussex (Quilley, Geoffrey; Clarke, Meaghan E.) in progress
Theses in progress
Crime and policing: Dublin, Brisbane and London, 1850s-1900.
Dukova, Anastasia, Ph.D. (2010), Trinity College Dublin (University of Dublin) (Dickson, David) in progressRepublic of Ireland record
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Turning the 'wilderness' into a 'flowering garden': exploring the survival of Cape Bedford Mission, far North Queensland, 1887-1909.
Allen, Laurence P., M.Phil. (2014), Oxford (Zimmer, Oliver)
New evidence on the development of Australian refugee policy, 1976-83.
Higgins, Claire, D.Phil. (2014), Oxford (Oxley, Deborah J.)
The order of the empire: the Knights of Labor in Britain, Australia and New Zealand, 1880-1900.
Parfitt, Steven, Ph.D. (2014), Nottingham (Wrigley, Christopher J.)
Criminal justice, race and gender in the colonial south-west Pacific, 1880-1920.
Stevens, Kate, Ph.D. (2014), Cambridge (Thomas, Nicholas; Sivasundaram, Sujit P.)
Preventing ‘unsound minds’ from populating the British World: Australasian immigration control and mental illness 1830s-1920s
Kain, Jennifer, Ph.D. (2015), Northumbria University (Hardwick, Joseph)
Australia Circumnavigated
Morgan, Kenneth (2015) Ashgate Publishing, 9781908145116 Hardback £125
Ruán O'Donnell
University of Limerick, Department of History
Research interests: Modern Irish, European and Australian history; the United Irishmen; imperialism; Irish revolutionary movements.Republic of Ireland record
Professor Ged Martin
Adjunct Prof. of History, National University of Ireland, Galway, Department of History
Research interests: Australian, British, British imperial, Canadian, Irish and New Zealand history from the late 18th to the 20th c.; career of Sir John A. Macdonald (1815-91), first prime minister of Canada; British-Canadian relations and the intellectual origins of Canadian Confederation (1867).Republic of Ireland record
Professor Deborah J. Oxley
Prof. of Soc. Sc. History, Oxford, All Souls College
Research interests: Height and health in history; micro-economics of the household; penal transportation to Australia; coercive labour systems; colonial Australian development; crime and punishment in Britain and Ireland.
Professor John G. Darwin
Prof. of Global and Imp. History, Oxford, Nuffield College
Research interests: Theories of empire since *c*.1500; the British Empire as an international system 1830-1960; South African, Canadian and New Zealand history; decolonisation and the end of empire.
Dr. E. Kent Fedorowich
Assoc. Prof., West of England, Bristol, School of History
Research interests: Empire migration 1919-39; PoWs in World War II; Anglo-dominion relations.
Dr. Jonathan M. Wooding
Sen. Lecturer, Trinity St. David, School of Theology, Religious Studies and Islamic Studies
Research interests: Monasticism; Celtic Christianity; Catholic Church in 19th c. Australia.