History MA and PhD student publications
Discover books, articles, and book chapters produced by History Masters and PhD students at Victoria University of Wellington.
- Lunatic Asylums in Colonial Bombay: Shackled Bodies, Unchained Minds. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
Sarah completed her PhD in 2017 under the supervision of Professor Sekhar Bandyopadhyay and Dr. Cybele Locke
- Colonial Modernities: Midwifery in Bengal, c. 1860–1947. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018.
Ambalika completed her PhD in 2016 under the supervision of Professor Sekhar Bandyopadhyay and Professor Charlotte Macdonald.
- An Imperial Disaster: The Bengal Cyclone of 1876. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.
Ben completed his PhD in 2015 under the supervision of Professor Sekhar Bandyopadhyay and Dr. Pauline Keating.
- Emerging from an Entrenched Colonial Economy: New Zealand Primary Production, Britain and the EEC, 1945–1975. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
David completed his PhD in 2016 under the supervision of Professor Jim McAloon and Associate Professor Stephen D. Behrendt.
Andrew Scott Cooper
- The Oil Kings: How the U.S., Iran, and Saudi Arabia Changed the Balance of Power in the Middle East. New York: Simon and Schuster, 2011.
Andrew completed his PhD in 2012 under the supervision of Associate Professor Dolores Janiewski and Associate Professor Rob Rabel.
Articles and book chapters
Dolores Janiewski and Simon Judkins
- ‘Fluid Boundaries: The Evolution of a Private-Public Security Network in California, 1917–52’. In David Churchill, Dolores Janiewski and Pieter LeLoup (eds.), Private Security and the Modern State: Historical and Comparative Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2020, 232–252.
Simon completed his MA in 2014 under the supervision of Associate Professor Dolores Janiewski.
- ‘Clearance and the Hollywood Blacklist’. American Communist History, (Jan. 2020), 1–16. DOI: 10.1080/14743892.2019.1708663
- ‘The Influence of Legal Strategy in Dennis v. U.S. (1951) and Yates v. U.S. (1957)’. Journal of Supreme Court History, vol. 44, no. 2, (July 2019), 170–188.
Hayden is a PhD candidate under the supervision of Associate Professor Dolores Janiewski.
- ‘The Symmetry of Hypocrisy in Czech-German Legal Conciliation, 1989–1997’. Central European History, vol. 52 (2019), 496–526
Sarah completed her MA in 2017 under the supervision of Dr. Alexander Maxwell.
- ‘Anticolonialism and the Politics of Friendship in New Zealand’s Pacific’. History Australia, vol. 15, no. 3 (2018),–558. DOI: 10.1080/14490854.2018.1485502
Nicholas completed his MA in 2014 under the supervision of Dr. Adrian Muckle.
- ‘“I was a Doctor”: White Settler Women’s Amateur Medical Practice in East and South-Central African Communities, 1890–1939’. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, vol. 92, no.3 (Fall 2018), 413–438
- ‘The “Terrible Loneliness”: Loneliness and Worry in Settler Women's Memoirs from East and South-Central Africa, 1890-1939’. African Studies Quarterly, vol. 17, No. 2 (June 2017), 47–64.
- ‘Imperial Medicine in a Changing World: The Fourth International Congresses on Tropical Medicine and Malaria, 1948’. Health and History, vol. 18, no. 1 (2016), pp. 67–88
Julia completed her MA in 2016 under the supervision of Professor Charlotte Macdonald.
- ‘“The Spirit of Dictators”: Rusyn Accusations of Corruption and Imperialism against František Svojše and Officials in Czechoslovak Ruthenia.’ Bohemia, vol. 57, no. 2 (2017), 346–366.
- (with Alexander Maxwell) ‘Czechoslovak Ruthenia’s 1925 Latinization Campaign as the Heritage of Nineteenth-Century Slavism’. Nationalities Papers, vol. 44, no. 6 (2016), 950–966
- ‘Blaming the Bourgeoisie: The Czech Left-wing Response to Perceived Czech Imperialism in Subcarpathian Ruthenia, 1931-1935’. New Zealand Slavonic Journal, vol. 46 (2012), 71–90
Geoffrey completed his PhD in 2016 under the supervision of Dr. Alexander Maxwell.
- ‘The Competition for Self-determination in Czechoslovakia, 1918–1919’. New Zealand Slavonic Journal, vol. 46 (2012), 41–69.
Matthew completed his MA in 2014 under the supervision of Dr. Alexander Maxwell.
- ‘New Zealand soldiers’ Observations on Landscape during the Gallipoli Campaign’. New Zealand Journal of History, vol. 45, no. 2 (Oct. 2011), 209–224
- ‘Conservative Protest or Conservative Radicalism? The New Zealand Legion in a Comparative Context, 1930–1935’. Journal of New Zealand Studies, vol. 10 (2011), 139–158.
Matthew completed his PhD in 2015 under the supervision of Professor Charlotte Macdonald and Professor Kate Hunter.
- ‘Letters to a Daughter: an Archive of Middle-class Reading in New Zealand, c. 1872–1932’. In The History of Reading: International Perspectives, c. 1500–1990, eds. W.R. Owen and Shafquat Towheed. Houndsmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 163–177.
- ‘Connected Readers: Reading Networks and Community in Early Twentieth-century New Zealand’. Mémoires du Livre/ Studies in Book Culture, vol. 2, no. 1 (2010). doi.org/10.7202/045316ar
Susann completed her PhD in 2012 under the supervision of Professor Charlotte Macdonald and Dr. Sydney Shep.
‘The Cultural Bond? Cricket and the Imperial Mission’. International Journal of the History of Sport, vol. 27 (2010), 2187–2211
Owen completed his MA in 2012 under the supervision of Professor Charlotte Macdonald.