Commemorative Fellowship

Onanong Thippimol, a PhD student in History, has recently been awarded a Commemorative Fellowship by the Fellowship Fund Branch of AFUWQ INC. for women seeking to undertake postgraduate study and research in Queensland. Ms. Thippimol's PhD research is on the history of debates over Islamic law in Aceh, Indonesia, from the late colonial period up until the recent peace settlement in 2004. Ms. Thippimol's thesis advisors are Dr Patrick Jory (School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry) and Associate Professor Helen Creese (School of Languages and Cultures).
 

International PhD Scholarships

Steven Cosnett (Classics and Ancient History) who has recently completed his MPhil Thesis on ‘Popular Participation and the Power of the Assemblies in the Middle Republic’ (Primary Advisor Dr Janette McWilliam) has been awarded a full International PhD scholarship to Kings College London (UK), beginning in September 2013.
 
Caitlin Prouatt (Classics and Ancient History) who has recently completed her MPhil thesis on ‘The Rainbow Reflection: The Role and Status of Isis in Greece in the Roman Empire’ (Primary Advisor Dr Amelia Brown) has been awarded a full International PhD scholarship to the University of Reading in the UK, beginning in September 2013.
 
 

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