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  1. The D-Notice System and the Question of Trust

    A series of Australian Federal Police (AFP) raids on Australian journalists in 2019 stimulated numerous reviews into press freedom and the impact of Australia’s secrecy laws …


  2. Samantha Rogers

    Samantha Rogers is a student of the Grimwade Centre’s Master of Cultural Materials Conservation. She has an interest in paper and object conservation and community heritage …


  3. Giovanni Piccolo

    Giovanni Piccolo (PhD in Classics & Archaeology, 2022), ‘The Collectanea Rerum Memorabilium by Gaius Julius Solinus: A Roman Geography for a Changing World’ The Collectanea Rerum …


  4. Stephanie Zindilis

    Stephanie Zindilis (MA in Classics & Archaeology, 2022) ‘Distaff Displacement: Narratives of Female Exile in Ovidian Poetry’ Displacement is a torment experienced by numerous women in …


  5. An Interview with Hansen Associate Professor Jenny Spinks

    Jenny Spinks is a historian of the early modern world, with a particular interest in visual and material culture as historical sources for research and for …


  6. Unpacking the History of Quantum Mechanics

    Senior Lecturer in History & Philosophy of Science Dr Kristian Camilleri is currently completing work on a book which challenges the standard understanding of the history …


  7. Discovering the ‘Mess and Stink’ of Romeo Lane

    A video recording of Professor Janet McCalman’s presentation to the SHAPS Fellows & Associates Seminar (July 2021).


  8. Racial Justice, Memory & the Museum

    In December 2019, History PhD candidate Sam Watts travelled through the Deep South completing research for his thesis on racial politics in the Reconstruction-era urban Deep …


  9. SHAPS in the News: A Digest of Recent Media Commentary by Our Staff & Students

    The need for expert knowledge and analysis has been brought into sharp relief as we struggle to understand and respond to the COVID-19 emergency. In this …


  10. Kieran McInerney

    ‘Reconceiving the Reasonable Probability of Success Criterion’ (PhD in Philosophy, 2019). This thesis examines the Reasonable Probability of Success criterion of jus ad bellum. Chapter One …