History, Literature and Philosophy includes research on intellectual and cultural history, post-colonialism, gender, sexuality, race and ethnicity, especially in non-Anglophone contexts.

 

 

Featured projects Duration
How does torture become normal? Indonesia's New Order regime, 1965-1998
ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award
20172020
Japan’s Invisible Citizens
Queensland Program for Japanese Education
20162017
Japan in Australia
The Japan Foundation, Sydney
20162017
Textual traditions, identity and cultural production in contemporary Bali (2010–2013)
ARC Discovery Projects
2013
Hoarded Memory in Le¿la Sebbar's Life Writing
The University of Queensland
2013
Schopenhauer's Reception across the Humanities
The University of Queensland
2003
Derrida, Kristeva and the dividing line: An articulation of the work of two French theorists
The University of Queensland
1997
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