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Dr

James Waghorne

Senior Research Fellow - Uni History Program
Melbourne Graduate School Of Education
history
social sciences
arts & humanities
australian history
history of universities
commemoration
university of melbourne
war memorials
university history
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Dr

James Waghorne

 
Division
Melbourne Graduate School Of Education
 
Primary Interest
History of Universities
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Dr

James Waghorne

 

James Waghorne is based in the Centre for the Study for Higher Education. He is a historian who works on the history of universities.

His research considers the emergence of university programs and methods of university teaching, the influence of university campuses and their wider precincts, and staff, student and alumni organisations, in order to explore universities’ wider social, political and cultural roles.He has written three books, one, with Stuart Macintyre, a history of civil liberties in Australia, and the second of Judicial Administration in Australia since the 1970s, third a history of the Melbourne Family Club Co-op child-care centre. Among his other work have been two Witness Seminars on the University's recent past, on the Immigration Reform Group and the HIV/AIDS crisis in Australia in the 1980s.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 13 most recent scholarly works by James Waghorne.

Credentials

Positions


Senior Research Fellow - Uni History Program

Melbourne Graduate School Of Education

Education


Bachelor of Engineering

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Arts

University of Melbourne

Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne