Dr Alexandra Dellios

Dr Alexandra Dellios

Position: ANU Network Member

School and/or Centres: Research School of Humanities and the Arts

Email: alexandra.dellios@anu.edu.au

Alexandra Dellios is an historian and senior lecturer in the Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies at the Australian National University. Her research considers the public and oral history of migrant and refugee communities, their experiences of settlement, and working and family life. She has published on: child migration; popular representations of multiculturalism; immigration centres and hostels; the intersections of migrant, industrial and labour heritage; public history practices, and cultural heritage management. Her latest book is Heritage Making and Migrant Subjects in the Deindustrialising Region of the Latrobe Valley (Cambridge University Press, April 2022). She is currently undertaking oral histories for the CH Currey Memorial Fellowship (2022) at the State Library of NSW for the project 'Greek-Australian Women and Building Alternative Multiculturalisms: Grassroots histories of migrant welfare in New South Wales, 1960s–1980s'.

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