Faculty of Arts and Education

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

PhD candidates in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Student Name Principal Supervisor Thesis Title
Mrs Jilleen Donaldson Dr Tanya King Civil Service and Refugee Volunteers
Mr Benjamin Hall A/Prof Rohan Bastin Christian politics in Hograno District
Mr Martin Hardie A/Prof Rohan Bastin Cycling and doping in the age of Empire
Ms Jenny Norris-Green A/Prof Rohan Bastin Dilemmas of faith and theological protest in two Australian religious traditions: Quakers and Unitarians
Mr Christopher Andrew Speldewinde A/Prof Rohan Bastin The new regionalism: a comparative study of two regional centres
Australian Studies
Ms Caroline Denigan Prof Louise Johnson Housewives or homemakers: researching self build housing and issues of gender, agency, and identity
Ms Katie Grace Prof Louise Johnson 'Women's issues' and the pay equity campaign in New Zealand
Ms Piper Rodd Prof David Walker War as nationalism: A comparative study of Australia and Canada
Mr Morgan Richard Burcher A/Prof Darren Palmer Outsmarting the 'new' criminals and terrorists: Network analysis and criminal intelligence
Mrs Clare Farmer A/Prof Darren Palmer Police-imposed punishment: Banning orders and the challenged to 'due process'
Mr Christopher Linke A/Prof Darren Palmer Australian police memorialisation, commemoration and remembrance
Dr Michael Andrew Milgate A/Prof Darren Palmer Evolution in the treatment of wrongdoing in early English law
Miss Jessica Alyce Saligari A/Prof Darren Palmer Police response to situations involving people with a mental illness in Geelong
Cultural Heritage
Mr Hendrik Berrevoets Prof Andrea Witcomb The Nature and Development of 19th and early 20th Century Chinese Market Gardening in Australia
Ms Lorinda Cramer Dr Linda Young Needlework and genteel identity in gold rush Victoria
Ms Amelia Marra Prof Andrea Witcomb Understanding audience engagement: its forms and contexts
Ms Tanya Robinson Dr Linda Young Materialising identity through clothing in museums
Ms Karen Schamberger Prof Andrea Witcomb Objects as Mediators: Collecting cultural diversity in public and culturally specific museums
Ms Michelle Joy Stevenson Dr Linda Young Snowflakes in a Sunburnt Country: the development, culture & significance of skiing in Australia
Mr Junjie Su Prof Andrea Witcomb Intangible cultural heritage safeguarding in the context of tourism- a case study of Lijiang World Heritage site
Ms Michele Summerton Dr Linda Young How did gold rush emigrants make homes in Victoria?
Miss Paulette Wallace Prof Andrea Witcomb Approaching cultural landscapes in post-settler New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the United States of America
Ms Sally Watterson Dr Jonathan Sweet The National Museum of Mongolian History and how its collections reflect 20th century Mongolia and current perceptions of Mongolian history
Miss Kirstie Louise Barry A/Prof Helen Gardner A Mission Divisible: Race and culture in Fiji's methodist mission
Mrs Jennifer Caligari Prof Sarah Paddle Bessie Harrison Lee: Transitional, temperance and social change
Miss Sarah Coates Prof David Lowe British and American newspapers and contemporary reportage of concentration camps, 1945-1947.
Ms Amanda Lourie A/Prof Helen Gardner History of scientific practice in 1850s and 1860s Victoria
Mr Daniel Joseph Perri A/Prof Helen Gardner Monstrous Pretensions: Australia, the press and the scramble for New Guinea
Ms Julie Anne Suares A/Prof Christopher Waters An ardent internationalist: Ben Chifley and the new world order
Mr Mathew Turner Prof David Lowe The shaping of Holocaust historiography: the Auschwitz trial and historians as expert
International and Community Development
Mr Way Alege Dr Phil Connors Reconciling development interventions and communities' vital concerns in Ituri district
Mr Tim Budge Dr Robert Nabben Freire, Alinsky and their legacy on community organising and change
Mrs Helen Mary Dalton Dr Max Kelly Still struggling: market-based approaches to poverty alleviation in rural Timor-Leste
Ms Jennifer Dennis Dr Max Kelly Community-based NGOs: negotiating social justice for 'at risk' youth
Ms Kristie Drucza Prof Damien Kingsbury Social protection and vulnerability in Nepal
Mr Michael Hatherell Prof Damien Kingsbury Party system nationalisation in developing states: Indonesia's party registration laws
Mr Peter Mason Professor Matthew Clarke Financial cooperatives and the development of social capital
Ms Kate Neely Dr Phil Connors A complex systems understanding of WASH in development
Mr Badrus Sholeh Prof Damien Kingsbury Regional autonomy and democracy after 2006 elections in Aceh, Indonesia
Mr Brad Watson Professor Matthew Clarke Child sponsorship NGOs in the 21st century: origins, evolution and motives for change
Ms Alexandra Wake Prof Damien Kingsbury Aiding journalism: Australian and New Zealand journalism educators working in post conflict states
Mrs Aimatul Yumna Professor Matthew Clarke The performance analysis of Islamic voluntary microfinance in Indonesia
International Relations
Mr Michael Atkinson Prof Fethi Mansouri Dialogues at the boundaries: the facilitation of intercultural dialogue and the construction of meaning
Mr Roger Stephen Bamforth Dr Chengxin Pan The role of Chinese identity claims in post-Cold War Sino-American relations
Mr Kong (Robert) Chan Prof Baogang He 'Sadae' (Serving the Great) in Korea-Great power(s) relations since 1392
Mr Lance Collins Dr Scott Burchill Convincing Canberra: How other countries achieve their foreign policy goals with Canberra
Ms Elizabeth Effeney Prof Fethi Mansouri Exploring the potential for a cosmopolitan ethic in Australia: The case of Iraqi asylum seekers
Mr Wael Tarek Elhabrouk Prof Fethi Mansouri Exploring External Perceptions of Political Legitimacy: The Case of Post Uprising Egypt
Mr Tristan Galloway Prof Baogang He China's approach to domestic and global internet governance
Ms Tori Stratford Prof Fethi Mansouri Unaccompanied minor asylum seekers in Australia
Mr Ahmed N Abdul Karim Hassin Prof Fethi Mansouri Roles of civil society in nation building and post-conflict reconstruction in Iraq
Mr Eko Saputro Prof Baogang He and Prof Matthew Clarke Indonesia and the ASEAN PLUS Three Financial Regionalism: A regulatory regionalism approach
Mr Vincenzo Scappatura Dr Scott Burchill Structural limits of the Australia-US Alliance
Ms Maria Avgoulas Dr Rebecca Fanany The transmission of culturally determined health beliefs among three generations of Greek familities in Melbourne, Australia
Mr Daniel Connell Prof Stan Van Hooft A synthesis of Nietzsche, Heidegger and Adorno
Mr Walter Hans Struve Prof Douglas Kirsner A Biography of Kurt Offenburg (1898- 1946)
Mr Rory Lachlan Jeffs Dr Matthew Sharpe Hegel's dialectic of desire and 20th century French philosophy
Mrs Adrienne Margarian Prof Douglas Kirsner A cross cultural study of somatic countertransference.
Mr Kevin Murphy A/Prof Russell Grigg Elusive sexual satisfaction in an era of increasing sexual freedom - The effects of a culturally evolving Oedipus complex on contemporary sexual symptomatology
Mr Dylan Nickelson Dr Matthew Sharpe Thomas Hobbes on unity, personae and political obligation
Mr Andrew Sims A/Prof Russell Grigg The very idea of psychodynamic neuroscience
Politics and Policy Studies
Mr Raman Apsingikar A/Prof Hans Lofgren The politics of Special Economic Zones (SEZs): A case study of Andhra Pradesh
Mr Richard Coverdale A/Prof Kevin O'Toole Postcode justice - rural and regional disadvantage in the administration of the law
Ms Amita Vengacherry Joseph Prof Linda Hancock A comparative study of effectiveness of corporate social responsibility guidelines in selected public and private sector organizations in India
Ms Belinda Jane Townsend A/Prof Hans Lofgren The Battle for Essential Medicines: Discourse, conflict, and democratisation
Mr Luke Bearup Dr Karen Lane Recognising Brokenness: social inclusion of the sex-trafficked and abused
Mrs Thelma Binks Dr Anna Mac Garvey Our Voices: Indigenous women's experiences of contraception
Miss Laura Janice Gobey Dr Kim Toffoletti and A/Prof Grazyna Zajdow
Imagined Futures: the experiences and aspirations of young African migrant women
Mrs Irene Helmer Dr Karen Lane Victoria's 'dangerous dog' legislation under investigation: what are the alternatives to the current law?
Miss Catherine Louise Kowalski Dr Rebecca Fanany Impact of media on attitudes towards complementary and alternative medicine
Miss Selinaswati Selinaswati A/Prof Ismet Fanany Women in politics in a matrilineal society (a case study of West Sumatra, Indonesia)


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19th December 2013