Research projects in this theme
Asian Australian Public Policy Project
This project investigates the representation and engagement of Asian-Australian populations in public spheres. It particularly focuses on analysing their roles in education and research in major Australian universities, local and national policy making processes, and diplomatic relations with Asia and the Pacific.
Insights from the Invisible Drama: Shakespeare, Lost plays and Theatre History, circa 1585-1613
Over 700 plays by Shakespeare’s contemporaries have been lost or exist only in fragmentary form, yet Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre continues to be understood exclusively in terms of plays that were printed or survived in manuscript.
Child Refugees and Australian Internationalism: 1920 to present
This timely project explores the experiences and contributions of child refugees in Australia since 1920 and examines how these are connected to Australia’s evolving international role on refugee and migration policy. How can our past inform current and future approaches to humanitarian immigration?
Minutes of Evidence
Minutes of Evidence is an innovative project that seeks to extend public and scholarly understandings of structural injustice. It is based upon the 1881 Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into the Coranderrk Aboriginal Station, which was situated fifty kilometres northeast of Melbourne near Healesville.