Professor Craig's research interests are in Renaissance literature and, broadly speaking, the application of computer science to the humanities, especially via the analysis of large language samples.
Associate Professor Smith examines the contribution of female writers to the culture of the early modern era. Her focus is on Renaissance literature, specialising in women's poetry, and the relationships between genre, politics and history in the period.
Professor Adkins' research focus is divided between social and cultural theory, economic sociology, and feminist theory and the sociology of gender.
Professor Boer's major interests lie in Marxism, philosophy and religion. He has a particular investment in radically progressive religious movements, inspired by radical theology.
Professor Dwyer is an acclaimed biographer of Napoleon. His work on violence emanating from this research includes the experience of war, the massacre in history, and memory and has made a significant contribution to the field.
Professor Haskins' her key research interests are in gender, labour and cross-cultural relationships. She has published widely in the area of Indigenous domestic service histories and colonization, and utilizes comparative and transnational approaches to history.
Professor Harvey is a linguist who works employs descriptive, theoretical and anthropological methods and focusses on endangered languages.
Dr Palmer is a specialist in Oceanic languages, who investigates the significance of dying languages on multiple levels.
Dr Pender has active research interests in early modern literature, feminist literary history and theory, and contemporary popular culture.
Professor Ryan is a distinguished scholar with expertise in Aboriginal, Australian and Feminist history. She has a particular interest in documenting violence in colonial frontiers.