Researcher

Associate Professor Eleanor Iris Margarete Hancock

Biography

Dr Eleanor Hancock is a graduate of the Australian National University and Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. From 1979 to 1984 she was a diplomat with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs before taking up a position as a tutor in history at the University College of the University of New South Wales from 1984 to 1988. She was lecturer and senior lecturer in European and German history at Monash University from 1988 to...view more

Dr Eleanor Hancock is a graduate of the Australian National University and Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. From 1979 to 1984 she was a diplomat with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs before taking up a position as a tutor in history at the University College of the University of New South Wales from 1984 to 1988. She was lecturer and senior lecturer in European and German history at Monash University from 1988 to 2001 before returning to the University of New South Wales @ ADFA in 2001.

Current Research Interests 

Axis campaigns in Greece 1940-1

The Prussian military tradition

Imperialism, including German models for Africa’s economic development and the inter-relationship between imperialism and National Socialist Germany 1939-1949

The legacy of National Socialism

Nigeria 1914-to the present

 

Supervision

modern European history

modern German history, especially Nazism,  and British history

some capacity to supervise in African history and more contemporary research projects on West and Southern Africa

 

Dr Hancock is the current editor of War & Society Journal

For her Engagement story please click

 

Ernst Röhm: Hitler’s SA Chief of Staff (paperback edition, Palgrave, November 2011)

Complete Endnotes

Complete Bibliography

 

Ernst Röhm: Hitler’s SA Chief of Staff (Palgrave, 2008)

Complete Endnotes

Complete Bibliography

View less

Location

Building 29 Room 207

Contact

+61-2-626 88864
+61-2-626 88879

Publications

by Associate Professor Eleanor Iris Margarete Hancock

ORCID as entered in ROS