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Dr

Nikki Henningham

Research Fellow
Arts
women's history
australian women's register
oral history
farm women
feminism
disability
women leaders
women's archives
social sciences
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Dr

Nikki Henningham

 
Division
Arts
 
Primary Interest
Oral History
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Dr

Nikki Henningham

 

Dr. Nikki Henningham is a Research Fellow in the Faculty of Arts, where she is Executive Officer of the Australian Women’s Archives Project.


As editor of the Australian Women’s Register, Australia's premier online resource for research in Australian women's histories, Dr. Henningham has nearly twenty years experience collaborating with academics, archival professionals and community organisations to discover, promote and preserve women's archival heritage.

Dr. Henningham is an experienced oral history practitioner, having participated in over 150 life history interviews now curated by the Oral History and Folklore section at the National Library of Australia. She has a keen interest in oral history methodology and the way gender frames narrative construction is the interview space. Her particular areas of interest are histories of women in the disability rights movement in Australia, Australian women in food and fibre production and women in the environmental movement.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 25 most recent scholarly works by Nikki Henningham.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2005

National Archives of Australia - Ian Maclean Award

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Credentials

Positions

Positions


Research Fellow

Arts

Member

Oral History Association

Member

Professional Historians Association

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

The University of Melbourne

Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Arts (honours)

University of Melbourne

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