Supervisors ICCR


Given the broad nature of the program it is possible to select suitable supervisors from across the university. Advice on selecting prospective supervisors may be sought from the convenor. Possible supervisors include:

  • Dr Kate Bowan (cultural musicology, music and politics, intangible heritage, Australian music history, music and international relations)
  • Dr Adele Chynoweth (curatorial and related studies; museum studies; Australian history [excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history]; access to justice; drama and performance studies; social change)
  • Professor Will Christie (British and Irish literature, comparative literature, literary theory, biography)
  • Dr Alexandra Dellios (migrant cultural studies, Australian history, heritage and cultural conservation, oral history, memory studies)
  • Emeritus Professor Bill Gammage (Australian history, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History and Environmental Knowledge, Pacific history)
  • Dr Katrina Grant (digital art history, Baroque Art, set design and visual culture of theatre)
  • Dr Maya Haviland (social and cultural anthropology, museum studies, Pacific cultural studies, visual cultures, curatorial and related studies)
  • Dr Amanda Laugesen (US and Australian cultural and intellectual history, social and cultural history of war, history of the book, cultural studies)
  • Dr Melissa Lovell (social policy, political theory and political philosphy, race and ethnic relations, Australian government and politics, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander policy)
  • Professor Kylie Message (museum studies, cultural studies, social activism and protest movements)
  • Professor Desmond Manderson (law and society, cultural studies, poststructuralism, art theory and criticism)
  • Emeritus Professor Howard Morphy (studies of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander society, social and cultural anthropology, visual cultures, multicultural, intercultural and cross-cultural studies, biography)
  • Dr Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller (digital humanities, Web science, Linked Data, museum studies, Middle Eastern and African history and languages)
  • Professor Paul Pickering (historical studies, British history, biography, public memory)
  • Professor Laurajane Smith (critical heritage studies, memory studies, politics of heritage)
  • Emeritus Professor Ken Taylor (cultural heritage management, landscape heritage)
  • Dr Caroline Turner (art history, Asian cultural studies, museum studies, multicultural, intercultural and cross-cultural studies)
  • Dr Yujie Zhu (politics of heritage, cultural tourism, social memory, material culture, heritage and religion)
  • Dr Sean Perera (Multicultural, Intercultural And Cross Cultural Studies, Comparative And Cross Cultural Education, Teacher Education And Professional Development Of Educators, Education Assessment And Evaluation, Communication And Media Studies, Migrant Cultural Studies)

For locating other possible supervisors see the ANU Researchers website.

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