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A/Prof Renate Howe

A/Prof Renate Howe

Position: Honorary Associate Professor
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Email: renate.howe@deakin.edu.au
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Brief Biography

Renate taught History and Australian Studies at Deakin University for many years. She also served terms as President of the Staff Association, Chair of Academic Board and Chair of the Human Rights and Ethics Committee. She has been a member of the Heritage Council of Victoria and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Appeals Tribunal. She is a founding member of the Advisory Board of the Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific.

With a long commitment to issues of urban and housing equality, Renate has published research on how people live in the city. Many early projects concerned the impacts of the Housing Commission of Victoria, and her most recent work focuses on the history of gentrification. Trendyville; protest and gentrification in Australia since the 1960, with Graeme Davison and David Nichols, will be released later this year.

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6th August 2012