A/Prof. Renate Howe

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Honorary Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SHSS Arts & Ed

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Publications

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2014

Trendyville. the battle for Australia's inner cities

R Howe, D Nicholas, G Davison

(2014), Melbourne, Vic., A1-1

book
2012

'Nobody but a bunch of mothers' : grassroots activism and women's leadership in 1970s Melbourne

R Howe

(2012), pp. 331-340, Seizing the initiative : Australian women leaders in politics, workplaces and communities, Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter

The influence of faith-based organisations on Australian social policy

B Howe, R Howe

(2012), Vol. 47, pp. 319-333, Australian journal of social issues, Strawberry Hills, NSW, C1-1

journal
2009

A century of influence : the Australian Student Christian Movement 1896-1996

R Howe

(2009), Sydney, N.S.W, A1

book

New residents-new city. The role of urban activists in the transformation of inner city Melbourne

R Howe

(2009), Vol. 27, pp. 243-251, Urban policy and research : an Australian and New Zealand guide to urban affairs, London, England, C1

journal

E. H. Sugden and civic liberalism in Melbourne

R Howe, B Howe

(2009), pp. 85-96, The master : the life and work of Edward H. Sugden, Parkville, Vic., B1

chapter
2005

The spirit of Melbourne: 1960s urban activism in inner-city Melbourne

R Howe

(2005), pp. 218-230, Go Melbourne : Melbourne in the sixties, Beaconsfield, Vic, B1

chapter

Migrant women workers and their families in Victoria: two social surveys, 1975 and 2001

R Howe, C Cregan, P Grimshaw

(2005), pp. 70-85, Double shift : working mothers and social change in Australia, Beaconsfield, Vic., B1

chapter
2004

Diverse places of worship : churches

R Howe, T Hazell

(2004), pp. 290-306, Carlton : a history, Carlton, Vic., B1

chapter

A new relationship between planning and democracy? Urban activism in Melbourne 1965-1975

R Howe, D Nichols

(2004), pp. 1-11, Planning models and the culture of cities : Proceedings of the 11th International Planning History Conference 2004, Barcelona, Spain, E1

conference
2003

A movement of influence: the Australian student christian movement in the 1930's

R Howe

(2003), pp. 86-96, Spirit of Australia II : religion in citizenship and national life, Hindmarsh, S.Aust., B1

chapter
2002

Protecting Asia's urban heritage: the way forward

R Howe, W Logan

(2002), pp. 245-256, Disappearing Asian city : protecting Asia's urban heritage in a globalizing world, Hong Kong, B1

chapter
2001

The Australian Student Christian Movement and Women`s Activism in the Asia-Pacific Region, 1890s-1920s

R Howe

(2001), Vol. 16, pp. 311-323, Australian feminist studies, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal

Funded Projects at Deakin

No Funded Projects at Deakin found

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2003

Barry Brown

Thesis entitled: Warrnambool's Weslyan Heritage, 1847-1977

Master of Arts, School of International and Political Studies

2002

David Nichols

Thesis entitled: Leading Lights: The Promotion of Garden Suburb Plans and Planners in Interwar Australia

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Australian & International Studies

2000

Peter Mansfield

Thesis entitled: Public Libraries in Ballarat: 1851-1900

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Australian & International Studies

Associate Supervisor
2005

Graham Alwin McLean

Thesis entitled: The History of the Geelong Regional Commission

Doctor of Philosophy, School of History, Heritage and Society

2004

Fengqi Qian

Thesis entitled: 'Shanghai's Western Townscape and Changing Perceptions of Cultural Heritage in China'

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Social & International Studies

2001

Ha Van Que

Thesis entitled: The Changing Ideological Basis of Planning Practice in Hanoi

Master of Arts, School of Australian & International Studies

1999

Graham Alwin McLean

Thesis entitled: The diversification of Geelong's industrial development IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

Master of Arts, School of Australian & International Studies

Margo Dennis

Thesis entitled: IN HER OWN RIGHT: WOMEN, EQUALITY ANDTHE SALVATION ARMY.

Master of Arts, School of Social Inquiry