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Michelle Smith

Monash University
Media Articles: 81 / 81
Government Grants: 1 / 2
Academic Publications: 35 / 58

Michelle Smith is a Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies at Monash University where she teaches fairy tale and children's literature. One of her primary research areas is Victorian girls’ literature and culture and she is currently completing a study of female beauty entitled “Beautiful Girls: Consumer Culture in British Literature and Magazines, 1850–1914”. Michelle is the author of From...

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Paul Giles

University of Sydney
Media Articles: 3 / 3
Government Grants: 1 / 1
Academic Publications: 6 / 7

Paul Giles is Challis Professor of English at the University of Sydney. He works mainly on American literature and culture within an international context. His most recent book is The Global Remapping of American Literature (Princeton University Press, 2011).

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Claire Nally

Northumbria University, Northumbria University, Newcastle
Media Articles: 7 / 7
Academic Publications: 14 / 24

Dr Claire Nally's main research focus is located in twentieth-century English and Irish Literature, and she published several articles and two book-length studies in this area. Her monograph, 'Envisioning Ireland: W.B. Yeats Occult Nationalism' was published in 2009 and was listed for the Katherine Briggs Folklore award. She has co-written a book with Professor John Strachan entitled 'Selling...

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Deirdre Coleman

University of Melbourne
Media Articles: 2 / 2
Government Grants: 7 / 8
Academic Publications: 33 / 57

A graduate of the University of Melbourne, Deirdre obtained a BPhil and DPhil from Oxford University. She has held Visiting Fellowships at Cambridge University, the University of London, the IAS at Warwick University, and the Huntington Library, LA. She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Deirdre teaches 18th-century, Romantic, and Victorian Literature. Her research...

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Pamela O'Neill

University of Sydney, University of New South Wales
Government Grants: 3 / 4
Academic Publications: 39 / 79

Pamela holds five university degrees, including a Doctor of Philosophy in Celtic Studies from the University of Sydney. She is honorary research associate in Celtic Studies at the University of Sydney, adjunct lecturer in Irish Studies at the University of New South Wales, a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, and was awarded the honour Duine Urramach by the Celtic Council of...

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Gemma Clark

UNSW
Media Articles: 1 / 1
Academic Publications: 1 / 1

Dr Gemma Clark studied History at the Queen’s College, Oxford, completing her doctorate in 2011. In October 2012, she took up her current position as postdoctoral research fellow at UNSW’s Global Irish Studies Centre. In July 2014, Gemma published her first book, Everyday Violence in the Irish Civil War (Cambridge University Press), which explores the conflict (1922–23) over the Anglo-Irish...

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Liam Thornton

University College Dublin School of Law, University College Dublin
Media Articles: 1 / 1
Government Grants: 2 / 3
Academic Publications: 30 / 103

Dr Liam Thornton is a lecturer in law the School of Law, UCD. In UCD, Liam teaches on a number of undergraduate and graduate courses, including Introduction to the Irish Legal System, Property Law, Immigration and Asylum Law, International Human Rights and ECHR Law. Liam was previously Director of Clinical Legal Education in UCD School of Law (2012-2015). Liam is currently Access Officer in UCD...

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Justin O'Brien

UNSW
Media Articles: 42 / 42

Professor O'Brien is a specialist in the dynamics of financial regulation, with particular reference to capital market governance. He has written extensively on the intersection between regulatory form and ethical considerations. He is the recipient of a range of major grants from the Australian Research Council and the Economic and Social Research Council in the United Kingdom. He is the...

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Jeff Kildea

UNSW
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Dr Jeff Kildea, is Adjunct Professor in Irish Studies at the University of New South Wales and was Keith Cameron Professor of Australian History at University College Dublin in 2014. He is the author of Tearing the Fabric: Sectarianism in Australia 1910-1925 (2002), Anzacs and Ireland (2007), Wartime Australians: Billy Hughes (2008) and Hugh Mahon: Patriot, Pressman, Politician (2017) as well...

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Robert Hogg

Simon Fraser University, British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS
Government Grants: 28 / 47
Academic Publications: 263 / 490

Dr. Robert Hogg is a Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser University and Senior Research Scientist at the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS. A resident of Vancouver, he has been a population health researcher since the mid-1990s with a focus on global health, HIV/AIDS, and marginalized populations. His academic training includes graduate degrees in Anthropology from...

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