Professor Paul Pickering
Research Interests: commemoration and public memory, re-enactment and affective history, biography and prosopography, the political culture of social movements.
Emeritus Professor Howard Morphy
Research Interests: Multicultural, intercultural and cross cultural studies, religion and society; Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performing arts, museum studies; visual cultures.
Associate Professor Kylie Message
Research Interests: Social, cultural and political theory; Museums and social development; Globalisation, cultural policy and changing concepts of citizenship in multicultural postcolonial societies (Australia, New Zealand, North America and Europe).
Emeritus Professor Ken Taylor
Research Interests: Cultural landscape conservation and management, management of historic places, urban conservation and the new approach of Historic Urban Landscape, southeast Asian approaches to heritage in particular China and Thailand.
Professor Peter Bridgewater
Research Interests: Environmental Science And Management, Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Environmental Knowledge, Conservation And Biodiversity, Natural Resource Management, Wildlife And Habitat Management, Ecology, Environment Policy, Public Policy
Professor John Carty (University of Adelaide)
Research Interests: Aboriginal art, Anthropology of art, Aboriginal history and oral history, Australian art history, exhibitions, museology.
Dr Kynan Gentry (The University of Western Australia)
Research Interests: histories of heritage; perceptions and representations of the historic landscape; history and philosophy of place; public history and public memory; digital history/heritage; Social, cultural and political theory; heritage tourism; the politicisation of historical narrative.
Dr Louise Hamby
Research Interests: Historic and contemporary material culture from Arnhem Land
Dr Diana James
Research Interests: My research interests include the anthropology of art, material culture, oral and visual performance culture, oral history, visual anthropology and ethnographic film, philosophy of the sacred and belonging to place, cultural heritage and pilgrimage routes, oral song cycles and songline traditions.
Research Interests: an independent researcher based in Canberra, Australia, his background is in sociology, politics and industrial relations; he works with Laurajane Smith on working class and industrial heritage.
Sarah Smed (Danish Welfare Museum)
Research interests: Welfare history, policy change, human rights, oral history, welfare development anchored and facilitated by the cultural and museum sector, social change and socially responsible, co-creational and ethical participatory practices.
Dr Anni Doyle Wawrzynczak
Research interests: the history of local arts practice over the twentieth century in Australia’s national capital