Adam Hughes Henry
20062020

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Biography

I am currently an E.G Whitlam Fellow (Whitlam Institute, University of Western Sydney)

I was a Visiting Fellow in Human Rights (HRC, SAS, University of London) during 2016-2017.

I am Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (HEA).

MA Honours – Modern History Research Thesis - Pro-Imperial Collapse, diplomatic reconstruction & Australian support for early Indonesian nationalism.

*Published as a book by Charles Darwin University Press in 2010.

PhD Thesis Manufacturing Australian Foreign Policy 1950-1966.

*Published as a book by Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne in 2015.

Research interests

Australian political and diplomatic history, British Empire (Anglo-Australian relations, Imperialism, End of Empire), Australian, British and American responses to communism and Cold War, Human rights, ethics, media, propaganda, ideology, nationalism, genocide etc.

Researcher's projects

As an E.G Whitlam Fellow (2018) at the Whitlam Institute (University of Western Sydney) I will be investigating the relationship between Australia, the United Nations, human rights and international law and the potential lessons which can be drawn for the present.

I am also working on a book publication called 'Blind Spots' (*under contract) examining issues such as nationalism, war, human rights and diplomacy. This will continue the work undertaken as Visiting Fellow in Human Rights (HRC, SAS, University of London) in diplomacy and human rights related to issues connected with East Timor, Indonesia and Australia.

 

Qualifications

PhD Australian National University

Expertise Areas

  • Australian Government and Politics
  • International Relations
  • OTHER STUDIES IN HUMAN SOCIETY
  • Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
  • British History
  • Historical Studies not elsewhere classified

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