Dr Annmarie Reid has enjoyed a wide-ranging career across the education and library sectors in South Australia. As a teacher, teacher-librarian, university educator, editor, researcher, and community volunteer, she has developed a unique range of skills and expertise.
After twenty years as a secondary school History teacher, Annmarie went on to work across all three South Australian universities (2006-2019). Annmarie has taught courses in Education, Australian Studies, Aboriginal Studies, Information Management, Cultural Studies, Sociology, and History in both online and face-to-face learning environments. Annmarie has also worked as a research associate and project manager in the tertiary sector.
Most recently, Annmarie has worked at Flinders University as a project officer for the South Australians in France public history project, led by Dr Romain Fathi (2017-2018), and as Assistant Editor for the History Australia journal (2016-2019).
Annmarie is currently employed as the Research Assistant and Project Officer for the ARC-funded project, 'Resilient Humanitarianism: The League of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 1919-1991' (DP190101171).
The four-year project will examine the League from its inception to the end of the Cold War, taking an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to the 'evolution of humanitarianism, voluntary action, and global civil society during the turbulent 20th century'.
For more information about the project, please contact Annmarie via the project email address: email@example.com
Annmarie has been a member of the Oral History Association (now Oral History Australia), the Australian Historical Association, and the History Council of South Australia since beginning her doctoral work in 2011.
She was a member of the organising committee for the OHA national conference in 2013 (Adelaide) and is currently a member of the program committee for the 2019 OHA national conference in Brisbane.
Annmarie was Secretary and a member of the Executive of the History Council of SA from 2013-2017 and is currently President of Oral History Australia SA/NT Association.
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