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Michael Ondaatje is Pro Vice-Chancellor Arts and Academic Culture, and Professor of History, at ACU. He is an award-winning researcher and teacher and a regular commentator on US politics in the media. In 2012, the Australian Academy of the Humanities awarded Ondaatje the Max Crawford Medal, ‘Australia’s most prestigious award for achievement and promise in the humanities’.
Associate Professor Riseman has a longstanding interest in uncovering the histories of marginalised groups, particularly in histories of gender, sexuality and race. Examples include Indigenous participation in the Australian armed forces and LGBTI military service since the Second World War. His new project will document the history of transgender people in Australia, from the early 20th century until the present.
Dr Warne is a senior lecturer in history. She has worked as a research fellow investigating the long histories of 'working mothers' in Australia. Her major research interest has focused on women in women-only organisations from the suffrage campaigns onwards, including the long-standing debates around 'family values' and contrasting dynamics that required women's political and economic engagement in Australia.
Dr Moffitt is a senior lecturer in politics. His research intersects comparative politics, contemporary political theory and political communications, and focuses on contemporary populism across the globe. Dr Moffitt has been a research fellow in Sweden and a visiting researcher in Berlin and Toronto. He is an associate of the Sydney Democracy Network and Uppsala University's Department of Government.
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