Associate Professor Christine Winter

Matthew Flinders Fellow

College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

place Social Sciences South (219)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Christine Winter studied at the Friedrich Alexander Universitaet Erlangen-Nuremberg, Eberhard Karls Universitaet Tuebingen, Universitaet Hamburg and the Australian National University.

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD, RSPAS, ANU 2005)

Honours, awards and grants

Awards & Grants:

Matthew Flinders Fellow (2018-23)

ARC Future Fellow (FT13010101715 - German Mixed Race Diasporas in the Global South, 2014-18)

Darling Foundation Grant (From War Trophies to Curious, with South Australia Museum, 2012-13)

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, (W. Anderson Laureate Race and Ethnicity in the Global South, Sydney University, 2013)

Best Teacher Nomination 2012, Arts Faculty, UQ

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, UQ (Legacies of the German Empire in Oceania, 2010-12)

Publication Subsidy, Australian Academy of the Humanities, 2010

Publication Subsidy, ANU, 2009

ARC Discovery Project (CI T. Morris-Suzuki, Rethinking Impartial Humanitarianism, 2007-09)

PhD Scholarship, RSPAS, ANU (2000-2004)

Selected Visiting Appointments & Travel Grants:

CHASS workshop grant 'Health and Labour in the Pacific', Flinders University 2019

First Book Workshop Grant, CHASS Flinders University, with Dr Flowers, 2017-18

Erasmus Mobility Grant, with University of Sydney & Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, 2016

Travel Grant, INALCO, Paris, France, 2015

Travel Grant, Historisches Seminar, Universitaet Basel, Switzerland, 2014

International Visiting Fellowship, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG, Berlin, 2012)

Research Associate, Race and Ethnicity in the Global South, University of Sydney (2016-17)

Honorary Senior Research Fellow, HAPI, UQ (2013-2016)

Visiting Research Fellow/Research Associate, College of the Asia Pacific, ANU (2010-15)

Supervisory interests
Asia-Pacific
Australian social-political history
Colonialism
Critical whiteness studies
Cultural history
European history
History
Migration and identity
Mission history
Race science
Racism
Transnational history
Higher degree by research supervision
Current
Principal supervisor: history (3)
Associate supervisor: ‘Resistenza “Soft”: The Power of Everyday Politics in Italy, 1943-45’ (Australian National University) (1), Religious Studies/Theology (2)
Completion
Associate supervisor: A biography of the New Zealand-born Australian artist, Rosalie Gascoigne (Australian National Univ.) (1), history/colonial science (University of Basel) (1)
Higher degree by research student achievements
Tanja Hammel

University Medal (PhD, Univ. of Basel - DEC 2018

Expert for media contact
Christianity
Germany
History - Australian
History - European
History - German
Hitler
Human rights and civil liberties
Nationalism
Pacific Islands
Race relations
Religion
War
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Media expertise
  • Christianity
  • Germany
  • History - Australian
  • History - European
  • History - German
  • Hitler
  • Human rights and civil liberties
  • Nationalism
  • Pacific Islands
  • Race relations
  • Religion
  • War

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