Associate Professor Catherine Kevin
Associate Professor Catherine Kevin is an historian in the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences at Flinders University. She received her PhD in History from Sydney University in 2004 joining Flinders in 2007 after holding positions at SBS Television and the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, King's College, University of London. Kevin’s research interests include the histories of pregnancy and miscarriage in Australia, reproductive politics, Australian feminism and postcolonial perspectives on Australian film. She is currently working on the history of domestic violence since 1788 with Zora Simic and Ann Curthoys, and has recently completed the manuscript for a book called Dispossession and the Making of Jedda: Hollywood in Ngunnawal Country. In addition, Kevin is former co-editor of History Australia and on the editorial board of the Australian Dictionary of Biography.