The University of Western Australia CHE node

    • Marina Gerzic | UWA CHE Node member

      Marina Gerzic | UWA CHE Node member

      2019–current

      Marina works for the ARC Centre for Excellence for the History of Emotions as its National Administrative Officer, and is also the Executive Administrator for the Australian and New Zealand Association for Medieval and Early Modern Studies Inc., and the editorial assistant for the academic journal Parergon. Her current research project, Reimagining Richard III: From Bosworth to Shakespeare and Beyond examines the cultural afterlives of Richard III, and analyses how these works interpret and visually embody Richard and his disability.

    • Jane Lydon | UWA CHE Node Member

      Jane Lydon | UWA CHE Node Member

      2019–current

      Professor Jane Lydon is the Wesfarmers Chair of Australian History at The University of Western Australia. Her book 'Imperial Emotions: The Politics of Empathy Across the British Empire' (Cambridge University Press, 2019) examines the way that emotional narratives created relationships across the British empire, throughout the nineteenth century and into the present. She is currently researching the history of the British anti-slavery movement and its links to Australia, to be published as 'No Slavery in a Free Land? Anti-slavery in Australia 1788-1900' (Routledge, 2020).

    • Jane-Héloïse Nancarrow | UWA CHE Node Member

      Jane-Héloïse Nancarrow | UWA CHE Node Member

      2019–current

      Jane-Héloïse Nancarrow is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Western Australia. Her research explores the re-use of the past in cross-cultural contexts, high-medieval buildings archaeology, and three-dimensional visualisation and digital technologies for museums and heritage. Dr Nancarrow holds a PhD in Medieval Studies from the University of York; and her forthcoming monograph, 'Rome’s Material Legacy in Norman England' is under formal contract with Boydell and Brewer. Dr Nancarrow’s 2016 CHE project, 'Emotions3D: Bringing Digital Heritage of Emotions to Life', applied emerging 3-D imaging technologies to explore the socio-historical lives of museum artefacts.

    • Robert White | UWA CHE Node Member

      Robert White | UWA CHE Node Member

      2019–current

      Robert White (FAHA) has been Winthrop Professor of English at the University of Western Australia and a Chief Investigator in the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in the History of Emotions. He has held an Australian Research Council Professorial Fellowship and Visiting Senior Research Fellowship, Magdalen College, Oxford. Publications are mainly on Shakespeare, Keats, and the history of emotions. Books include 'John Keats: A Literary Life Pacifism in English Literature: Minstrels of Peace', 'Avant-Garde Hamlet and Shakespeare’s Cinema of Love'. He co-edited' Shakespeare and Emotions', 'The New Fortune Theatre: That Vast Open Stage', and 'Hamlet and Emotions'.