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
European intellectual, political, religious and cultural history from 1500 to 1700. She has published on Thomas More, Juan Luis Vives and Shakespeare, and renaissance pedagogy, satire and historiography. She is currently writing a monograph on Thomas More’s use of satire.
20th-century Russian and Soviet history; transnational history; the Australian Left; Australian society after the Second World War, with particular reference to assimilation of "displaced persons" from Europe and the Cold War.
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
Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities Modern South Asian history; Indian art and religion; Bombay City and Presidency; historiography.
Dr Maggie McKeller
women, the land and senses of place, particularly in the cross-cultural context of settler societies, Australia and Canada. Theoretically, she is informed by feminist scholarship and interdisciplinary analyses of the self, memory and representation.
President of the Australian Historical Association
Dr Margaret Poulos Modern Greek History; World War Two; post-war movements for democratisation
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?