Humanities Travelling Fellowships: 2017 recipients


Enemies of the Jesus Movement: Using the Rhetoric of Invective to Examine Confrontational Discourse in Early Christian Literature

Travelling to Oxford, London and Cambridge (UK) and Berkeley, California (USA)

Unfinished: The Misadventures of Literary and Cultural History

Dr Beeston is with the University of Sydney’s United States Studies Centre.

Travelling to New York, New Haven, Boston, Michigan, Indiana, Texas (USA).

The Limits of Blood Brotherhood: United States Immigration Restriction and White British Subjects, 1921-1940

Travelling to Maryland, Washington DC, and San Francisco (USA).

Democracy and Power in Modern Thailand

Travelling to Bangkok, Thailand.

Man Made Mission? Race, Prejudice and Masculinity in South Africa During the Early Days of Apartheid

Travelling to Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pretoria, Pietermaritzburg, Bloemfontein, and Alice (South Africa)

Tracing the Evolution of Bachelor of Arts Programs from Colonial Roots

Dr Gannaway is with the University of Queensland’s Institute for Learning and Teaching Innovation.

Travelling to Singapore and Hong Kong.

A Tale of Polynesian Prehistory: Investigating the History of Polynesian Archaeology, in French Polynesia’s Archival Records, Collections and Personal Histories

Travelling to French Polynesia.

Trans-Tasman Educational Publishing Networks and Australian Literary Nation-Building

Travelling to Wellington and Auckland (New Zealand).

Comparing Wine and Tea Drinking in China

Dr Zhang is with ANU’s Australian Centre on China in the World.

Travelling to Taipei, Shanghai, Beijing and Taiwan.

‘Nuclear Migrants’: Activism, Mobility, and the Transnational Left

Travelling to Los Angeles, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Seattle, Columbia, Minnesota, Madison, Boston, Connecticut, and New York (USA).

An Accident of Geography: Australia and the Exploitation and Exploration of Space

Travelling to Washington DC (USA).

David Philips Travelling Fellowship: 2017 recipient

Memories of the Struggle

Dr Wallace-Crabbe is with the Australian Film, Television and Radio School and the University of Technology Sydney.

Travelling to Alice and Johannesburg (South Africa).