News • 8 Mar 2021
Emeritus Professor John Maynard’s reputation as a trailblazer is well-deserved so it is only fitting that this historian, whose journey began with researching his own family’s history, is honoured in the InauguralJohn Maynard Aboriginal History Lecture.
News • 14 Dec 2020
Two Centre for the Study of Violence researchers have been successful in the highly competitive ARC discovery scheme.
News • 15 Nov 2020
An historian of the modern Middle East, with a research focus on the collapse of the Ottoman Empire will join the Centre for the Study of Violence under a Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA).
News • 15 Oct 2020
Former PhD student with the Centre for the Study of Violence, Bryce Abraham, has been awarded the 2020 CEW Bean Prize for his thesis “Valore Australis: Constructions of Australian Military Heroism from Sudan to Vietnam.”
News • 15 Oct 2020
Member of the Centre for the Study of Violence Professor Lyndall Ryan has received an honourable mention in a list of the world’s most influential historians.
News • 24 Feb 2020
The Sexual Harms and Medical Encounters Project with Birkbeck University of London has a postdoctoral research position available.
News • 20 Feb 2020
Professor Philip Dwyer, Director of the Centre for the Study of Violence gave a public lecture at Trinity College Dublin, as part of the 'Out of the Ashes' Lecture Series.
News • 12 Feb 2020
Director of the Centre for the Study of Violence, Professor Philip Dwyer has co-edited the four-volume Cambridge World History of Violence, which is the first collection of its kind to look at violence across different periods of human history and different regions of the world.
News • 3 Feb 2020
George Gittoes exhibition documents world's conflicts.
News • 25 Nov 2019
The Centre for the Study of Violence and the School of Humanities and Social Science are hosting a variety of events in December around the of themes religion, sexuality and violence.
News • 6 Sep 2019
The Killing Times awarded for its contribution to history and public debate.
News • 3 Jun 2019
Call for papers for symposium on Sexual Violence, Medicine and Psychiatry.
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