Tag archives for Australia

Katelyn P C Hudson

Katelyn P C Hudson, Bond University Katelyn Hudson is a PhD candidate at Bond University in Queensland, Australia with a previous Doctor of Architecture from the University of Hawaii at Manoa (2013). Her research focuses on the evolution human behavioural patterns within architectural interventions specific to extreme environments. This centres on the concept of biophilic design, […]

Ben Maddison

Ben Maddison, University of Wollongong Ben Maddison has a background in labour, colonial and working class history. His work is grounded in critical Marxism, and often revolves around the conceptual twins, commodification and the commons. His book Class and Colonialism in Antarctic Exploration, 1750-1920 (Pickering and Chatto, 2014) is a ‘history from below’ of Antarctic […]

Miranda Nieboer

Miranda Nieboer, University of Tasmania/ IMAS Miranda Nieboer holds a Masters in Architecture from ArtEZ, Academy of Architecture in Arnhem (The Netherlands) and is currently working on an interdisciplinary PhD in Antarctic Interiors. Her research investigates the density, intensity and vitality of Antarctic spatialities. Research projects/ interests extreme environments shifting boundaries heterogeneous space embodied perception […]

Jeff McGee

Jeff McGee, University of Tasmania Dr Jeff McGee is the Senior Lecturer in Climate Change, Marine and Antarctic Law at the University of Tasmania. As an international lawyer with dual areas of expertise, he divides his time between the Faculty of Law and the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies. Dr McGee’s research is focused […]

Alan Hemmings

Alan Hemmings, Independent Scholar in Perth (Western Australia) &  University of Canterbury Alan D. Hemmings is a Perth-based specialist on Antarctic governance and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Gateway Antarctica Centre for Antarctic Studies and Research at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch. His Antarctic experience includes time south with the British, French and New […]

Craig Cormick

Dr Craig Cormick Dr Craig Cormick is an award-winning science communicator and author. He has been an Antarctic Arts Fellow, travelling to all three Australian mainland bases. His published work include: In Bed with Douglas Mawson (New Holland Press, 2011) and Shackleton’s Drift (Mockingbird Press, 2009), and several interpretive short stories and articles. Research projects/ […]

Indi Hodgson-Johnston

Indi Hodgson-Johnston, University of Tasmania Indi is currently undertaking a PhD in international law at the Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies and the Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems CRC, in the area of the laws of sovereignty, territorial acquisition, territorial disputes and boundaries. She completed her BA (Public Policy), LL.B (Hons) and B.Antarctic Studies (Hons) […]

Hanne Nielsen

Hanne Nielsen, University of Tasmania Hanne Nielsen holds a Masters in Antarctic Studies from the University of Canterbury on the topic of Antarctic Theatre. She is currently working towards a PhD in Representations of Antarctica at the University of Tasmania, with a focus on how Antarctica has been used in advertising media. Hanne has worked onboard […]