I am a Vice-Chancellor's Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of International Studies. I have previously held research positions at the Australian Institute of Criminology and the South Australian Office of Crime Statistics and Research. Prior to my recent appointment, I was an Adjunct Lecturer with the Flinders Law School.
My current research project is titled 'Anti-Colonialism and Communism in the Commonwealth: A Comparative History of the Communist Parties of Great Britain, Australia and South Africa, 1920-1960'. This project will explore how the Communist Parties in Britain, Australia and South Africa embraced anti-colonial politics in the interwar and postwar periods, as well as their relationships with each other and with the Comintern in Moscow.
I am also currently working on a monograph on the body, 'race' and gender in British immigration control history with Assoc. Prof. Marinella Marmo in the Flinders Law School for Palgrave Macmillan.
PhD in History, Flinders University (2004-2007)
Bachelor of Arts (History) First Class Honours, Flinders University (2003)
2011 - David Phillips Travelling Fellowship, Australian Academy of the Humanities
2010 - Faculty Large Project Grant, Flinders University (with Dr Marinella Marmo, Flinders Law School)
2009 - Australian Prime Ministers Centre Fellowship, Museum of Australian Democracy/Old Parliament House
2008 - University Research Budget Project Grant, Flinders University (with Dr Marinella Marmo, Flinders Law School)
2006 - Research Student Conference Travel Grant, Flinders University
2004 - 2007 - Flinders University Research Scholarship, Flinders University
2003 - Chancellor's Letter of Commendation, Flinders University
2003 - Jim M. Main Prize in History, Flinders University
British politics and history, Australian politics and history, South African politics and history, history of anti-colonialism in the British Empire/Commonwealth, history of the international communist movement, migration and border control policy and practice (Britain, Australia and European Union), labour history and politics, anti-racist politics, anti-fascism, social movement studies, 'race relations' and multicultural issues, the anti-Apartheid movement in Britain and Australia, riots and public disorder, public order policing, postcolonialism, national security policy and security studies, international criminal justice, counter-terrorism issues, refugee and asylum seeker issues, human trafficking, domestic criminal justice issues, legal history, serious and organised crime, money laundering and counter-terrorism financing, international terrorism in the 1970s, the Red Army Fraction, popular youth culture and politics, human rights and equal opportunity legislation and practice in Australia and Britain, post-Marxism.
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