Higher Degree Research
We are a leading Australian humanities school committed to research excellence. Our academic staff are internationally recognised for their scholarly expertise. The School has strong research impact, with continued success in securing research grants and funding. We have an established record of scholarship and contributing to national and international publications including major monographs, research articles, reviews and conference proceedings. In our teaching and research activities we use the methodoloies of history and philosophy to expore: historical, cultural and political contexts for pressing social issues; the moral and ethical basis for human choice and decision-making; how and why social change occurs; human responsibility for social systems, place and environments; and links between human vlues and knowledge production. The School provides a challenging and supportive environment for research students.
Download the School of Humanities Higher Degree Research Programs flyer (PDF) (7 Mb) for further details (particularly with regards to contact with potential supervisors, and the requirements for research proposals).
See the Faculty Postgraduate Research website for details of PhD and Masters of Arts by Research programs, entry requirements, how to apply, scholarship opportunities, and tuition fees.
Our current research areas and areas of MA and PhD supervision includes:
- Asian Studies
- Americas Studies
- Australian Studies
- Environmental Studies
- European Studies
- History and Philosophy of Science
- Women's and Gender Studies
For further information please contact the School of Humanities Postgraduate Research Coordinator:
- Dr Stefania Bernini: email@example.com
Or School of Humanities Deputy Postgraduate Research Coordinator:
- Dr Anthony Corones: firstname.lastname@example.org