Publications

Books:

  • 2016, The Transnational Politics of Higher Education: Contesting the Global / Transforming the Local, M-H. Chou, I. Kamola & T. Pietsch, eds., (Routledge).
  • 2013, Empire of scholars: universities, networks and the British academic world 1850-1939, (Manchester University Press).

Refereed Journal Articles:

  • 2016, ‘Bodies at Sea: travelling to Australia in the age of sail’, Journal of Global History, 11:2, 209-228.
  • 2016, ‘What was Britain? Where is its History?’ History Australia, 13:1, 153-159.
  • 2013, ‘‘They do not go as strangers’: Academic connections between Australia and Britain, 1880-1939’, Australian Studies, 5, 1-13.
  • 2013, ‘Rethinking the British World’, Journal of British Studies, 52:2, 441-463
  • 2011, ‘Many Rhodes: Travelling scholarships and imperial citizenship in the British academic world, 1880-1940’, History of Education, 40:6, 723-739
  • 2010, ‘A British Sea: Making sense of global space in the late nineteenth century’, Journal of Global History, 5:3, 423-446.
  • 2010, ‘Wandering scholars? Academic mobility and the British World: 1850-1940’, Journal of Historical Geography, 36:4, 377-387.

Book Chapters:

  • 2016, ‘Between the local and the universal: Academic worlds and the long history of the university’ in M-H. Chou, I. Kamola & T. Pietsch eds., Transnational Politics of Higher Education: Contesting the Global/Transforming the Local (Routledge) 21-41.
  • 2016, ‘Introduction: the transnational politics of higher education’ (with M-H. Chou & I. Kamola) in M-H. Chou, I. Kamola & T. Pietsch eds., Transnational Politics of Higher Education: Contesting the Global/Transforming the Local (Routledge) 1-20.
  • 2014, ‘Imperium et Libertas: G.C. Henderson and ‘Colonial Historical Research’ at Adelaide’ in W. Prest, (ed.), Pasts Present: History at Australia’s third university (Wakefield Press) 77-85.
  • 2013, ‘Out of Empire: The Universities’ Bureau and the Congresses of the Universities of the British Empire, 1913-1939’ in Deryck Schreuder (ed.), Universities for a ‘New World’: A Commonwealth of Knowledge and Skills, 1913-2013 (Sage), 11-26.
  • 2012, ‘Mending a broken world: universities and the nation, 1917-1936’ in L. Beers & G. Thomas (eds.), Brave New World: Imperial and Democratic Nation-building in Britain between the Wars, (Institute of Historical Research, London) 189-208.
  • 2011, ‘Between the Nation and the World: J.T. Wilson and scientific networks in the early twentieth century British World’ in B. Bennett & J. Hodge (eds.), Science and Empire: Knowledge and Networks of Science in the British Empire 1850-1970, (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) 140-160.