History Department Honorary Associates

  • Professor David Armitage, FAHA

    Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History; Harvard University; Department of History
    Atlantic history; British history; History of international law; History of political thought; Imperial history; Intellectual history; International and global history; Literature and history; Main period: 1500-1800
  • Professor Alan Atkinson

    Emeritus Professor, St Paul's College University of Sydney
    Eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth century Australian history.
  • Dr Judith Bonzol

    Early modern European history, particularly witchcraft; medicine; emotions; demonic possession; and religion
  • Dr Peter Cochrane, FAHA

    Australian colonial, social and economic history; British history
  • Professor Ann Curthoys, FASSA, FAHA

    Australian history; Aboriginal-European relations; historical theory
  • Professor John Docker, FAHA

    Literary, cultural and intellectual history; genocide studies; massacre studies; the Enlightenment
  • Professor Brian H. Fletcher, OAM, FAHA

    Australian history
  • Dr Ross L Jones

    Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow 2009-2012
    History of medicine, biology, anatomy, eugenics, and education.
  • Associate Professor Judith Keene

    Twentieth century European History, film and history
  • Emeritus Professor Roy MacLeod, FASSA, , FAHA

    British imperial, colonial and commonwealth history; history of science, medicine and technology; Pacific Studies; Australian history; history of universities; history of exploration and discovery; museum history; history of research and information systems.
  • Dr Jim Masselos, FAHA

    Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities
    Modern South Asian history; Indian art and religion; Bombay City and Presidency; historiography.
  • Assoc Prof Neville K. Meaney

    International history, especially concerning the way in which ideology, culture and geopolitics have interacted to shape the changing character of Australia's relations with the world.
  • Dr Geoffrey A. Oddie

    South Asian history (primarily social change), Hinduism and Christianity, especially in South India
  • Dr Lynette Olson

    Medieval Cornwall and Brittany; Overall history of Europe in the Early Middle Ages; Christian Conversion of Europe as cultural change
  • Emeritus Professor Roslyn Pesman, AM, FAHA

    President of the Australian Historical Association
  • Professor Peter Read
  • Dr Kathrine M. Reynolds

    Nineteenth century European migration to Australia, nineteenth century Australian history
  • Dr David Rollison

    Popular politics and mentalities in early modern England. He is currently (2008-9) Visiting Research Fellow at the University of East Anglia (UK), where he is writing a book titled What is Social History?
  • Dr Ricardo Roque

    History of race; science studies; anthropology of colonialism; East Timor; Portuguese empire (19th-20th century)
  • Dr Andreas Stucki

    Visiting Scholar from the University of Bern
    Iberian and Caribbean history
  • Professor Richard Waterhouse, FASSA, FAHA

    Australian history, cultural history and rural history
  • Assoc Prof Richard White
  • Emeritus Professor John Wong FASSA, FAHA
  • Dr Zdenko Zlatar

    Honorary Reader
    Slavic (including Russian) History; the Balkans; European intellectual and cultural history from the late middle-ages to the 20th century