PhD Candidates

 

Doctor of Philosophy candidates at the US Studies Centre undertake independent research on a relevant topic. For more information on our PhD program visit the Degrees by Research section of our website.

 


 

Elizabeth Ingleson

PhD Candidate

Phone: +61 2 9114 2639


Elizabeth Ingleson is a PhD candidate in History, studying at both the United States Studies Centre and the Department of History at the University of Sydney. Her research examines the rapprochement b… more


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David Robert Howell

PhD Candidate

david.howell@sydney.edu.au


Born in the United States and educated in Australia, David graduated from the University of Sydney with First Class Honours and the University Medal. A recipient of the Australian Postgraduate Award, … more


Malcolm Jorgensen

Lecturer

malcolm.jorgensen@sydney.edu.au

Phone: +61 2 9036 9055


Follow @malcyjorgy… more


Graduates

 

Fiona Quinn

PhD Graduate


Fiona Quinn joined the US Studies Centre as its first PhD student in December 2007. Following completion of first class honours in International Management at the University of Sydney and several year… more


 

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VIDEOS & INTERVIEWS

Richard Samuels

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