<div>Associate Professor<br />
Martin Crotty</div>
Associate Professor
Martin Crotty

Position:

Associate Professor in History
Head of School
 

Contact Details:

Office: E344, Forgan Smith Building (1)
Phone: +61 7 3365 3288
Email: m.crotty@uq.edu.au
 

Qualifications:

BComm/BA(Hons), University of Canterbury
MA, Monash University
PhD, Melbourne University
 

Teaching:

HIST1201 Australian History
HIST2200 Convicts and Colonists in Colonial Australia
HIST2245 War and Australian Society
HIST2247 The Making of Modern Australia.
HIST3613 Historical Project
 

Research Interests:

War and Australian society, sports history, masculinity, education
 

Current Research Projects:

“The One Day of the Year”: A History of Anzac Day; A History of the RSL, 1916-1946
 

Selected Recent Publications:

Books
  • Martin Crotty and Marina Larson (eds) Anzac Legacies: Australians and the Aftermath of War, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne 2010.
  • Martin Crotty and David Roberts (eds) Turning Points in Australian History, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2008.
  • Martin Crotty and David Roberts (eds) The Great Mistakes of Australian History, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2006.
  • Martin Crotty, Making the Australian Male, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2001.
  • Martin Crotty and Erik Eklund (eds) Australia to 1901: Selected Readings in the Making of a Nation, Tertiary Press, Melbourne, 2003.
  • Martin Crotty, John Germov and Grant Rodwell (eds) A Race for a Place: Eugenics, Darwinism and Social Thought and Practice in Australia, Proceedings of the 2000 History and Sociology of Eugenics Conference, University of Newcastle, 28-29 April 2000, Newcastle, Newcastle University, 2000.
 
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