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Find your prospective supervisor, research project or research group, collaborator or expert by searching UNSW Sydney Researcher Profiles. Use keywords to view their research interests, publications and areas of expertise.

Dr Eureka Henrich

Faculty: Arts,Design & Architecture
Fields of Research (FoR): Australian history, Migration history, History and philosophy of medicine
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I am a social and cultural historian interested in experiences, understandings and representations of migration, and how they have changed.
Dr Natalia Ortiz Ceberio

Faculty: Arts,Design & Architecture
Fields of Research (FoR): Migration history, Cinema studies
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Natalia teaches Spanish language and Spanish cultural studies and is the Convenor of European Languages and Cultures Studies. Her i
Associate Professor Zora Simic

Faculty: Arts,Design & Architecture
Fields of Research (FoR): Australian history, Gender history, Migration history, Gender studies
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I am a historian and Gender Studies scholar who lives and works on the lands of the Bedegal, Bidjigal and Gadigal Peop
Associate Professor Nicholas Doumanis

Faculty: Arts,Design & Architecture
Fields of Research (FoR): Global and world history, European history (excl. British, classical Greek and Roman), Migration history, Classical Greek and Roman history, Multicultural, intercultural and cross-cultural studies
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Nick Doumanis has been teaching at UNSW since 2001. Previously he taught at the University of Newcastle and was an ARC Fellow at the University of Sydney.
Associate Professor Emma Christopher

Faculty: Arts,Design & Architecture
Fields of Research (FoR): Historical studies, Global and world history, Migration history
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Emma Christopher’s latest book is called Freedom in White and Black and is the story of the only two men shipped to Australia as convicts for the crime of slave trading, and the ensla