Position/s

Lecturer
American Studies

Lecturer
History

Topic Coordinator:

  • AMST2001  Twentieth Century America
  • AMST3009  Civil War Era America
  • AMST3014  One Nation Under God? Religion in American Public Life
  • HIST1703  Turning Points in World History
  • HIST2020  Colonies, Empire, and Revolution: British North America 1500-1800
  • HIST7010  Guns and Butter: The United States in the Long 1960s

Publications

  • Flowers, P.G. (2010). "A Movement in Disarray": The Right-to-Life Movement During President Ronald Reagan's First Term in Office. In Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Adelaide, Australia. Jul 2010.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2009). The Right-to-Life Movement and the Reagan Administration: Negotiating the Politics of Abortion. In Historians of the Twentieth Century United States Conference, University of Cambridge. Historians of the Twentieth Century United States Conference, University of Cambridge. Cambridge, United Kingdom. Feb 2009.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2008). The 'Baby Killer' Approach: The Anti-Abortion Movement and the Emergence of the New Right. In Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Sydney, Australia. Jul 2008.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2006). The Nomination of Sandra Day O'Connor and the Issue of Abortion. In Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Tasmania, Australia. Jul 2006.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2010). Review: Revolutionary Conceptions: Women, Fertility and Family Limitations in America, 1760-1820. Health and History, 12(2) pp. 150-152.
    [Web Link]
  • Flowers, P.G. (2006). Review: Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism. Melbourne Historical Journal, 35 pp. 104-105.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2006). White ribboners and the ideology of separate spheres, 1860s-1890s. Australasian Journal of American Studies, 25(1) pp. 14-31.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2010). "A Movement in Disarray": The Right-to-Life Movement During President Ronald Reagan's First Term in Office. In Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Adelaide, Australia. Jul 2010.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2009). The Right-to-Life Movement and the Reagan Administration: Negotiating the Politics of Abortion. In Historians of the Twentieth Century United States Conference, University of Cambridge. Historians of the Twentieth Century United States Conference, University of Cambridge. Cambridge, United Kingdom. Feb 2009.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2008). The 'Baby Killer' Approach: The Anti-Abortion Movement and the Emergence of the New Right. In Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Sydney, Australia. Jul 2008.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2006). The Nomination of Sandra Day O'Connor and the Issue of Abortion. In Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Australian and New Zealand American Studies Association Conference. Tasmania, Australia. Jul 2006.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2010). Review: Revolutionary Conceptions: Women, Fertility and Family Limitations in America, 1760-1820. Health and History, 12(2) pp. 150-152.
    [Web Link]
  • Flowers, P.G. (2006). Review: Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism. Melbourne Historical Journal, 35 pp. 104-105.
  • Flowers, P.G. (2006). White ribboners and the ideology of separate spheres, 1860s-1890s. Australasian Journal of American Studies, 25(1) pp. 14-31.

Expertise for media contact

Subject Titles

  • Abortion
  • History - American
  • Religion
  • United States of America

Interests

  • US History
  • Religion in post-WWII America (especially religious conservatism and the Christian Right)
  • Abortion politics in the US (especially right-to-life movement activism and politics)

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