CHE Melbourne

 Melbourne

CHE Melbourne is led by Chief Investigators Professor Jane Davidson, Professor Stephanie Trigg and Professor Charles Zika. Professor Trigg leads the centre-wide Shaping the Modern research program, and Professor Davidson leads the Performance program. Professor Zika conducts research in both the Change and Meanings programs. With strong interdisciplinary links to  the School of Culture and Communication, the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, and the Melbourne Conservatory of Music, CHE Melbourne hosts a wide variety of Associate Investigator projects, as well as three postdoctoral researchers, one senior research fellow and three doctoral candidates.

CHE Melbourne acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work, the land of the Wurundjeri People.

    • Research

      Research

      Click here to find CHE academics at The University of Melbourne. Our Chief Investigators, Associate Investigators, Postdoctoral Researchers and PhD Canditates explore how Meanings, Performance, Change and Shaping the Modern in Europe 1100-1800 impact and shape life in Australia today.

    • Education and Outreach

      Education and Outreach

      CHE Melbourne takes the history of emotions into the schools and communities of Victoria. Click here to learn more about our community outreach programs, and the video library of interviews with local, national and international scholars that make the Centre's research available to the broader community.

    • Contact

      Contact

      Email: leanne.hunt@unimelb.edu.au| Tel: +61 3 8344 5152 Faculty of Arts, Level 6, 757 Swanston Street, Parkville, Victoria, 3010


  • 22 Jul 2015

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    Into the Woods

    (CALL FOR PAPERS) A Symposium at The University of Melbourne.


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