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Fiona Paisley is a cultural historian who studies the history of human rights and the politics of race and gender in a variety of early twentieth century imperial and colonial settings. Her focus is on the ways in which Europeans and Indigenous peoples have separately and sometimes in cooperation debated the morality of settler colonialism in Australia and the Pacific, and sought to deploy new ideas within liberal internationalism, the social sciences, and decolonization to the settler colonial question in the first half of the twentieth century .
GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS
- MemberGriffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research, Australia2007
- Deputy DirectorCentre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University, Australia2004 - 2007
- Deputy Head of School, ResearchLHSS, Griffith University, Australia2007 - 2009
- Diploma of EducationMonash University1981 - 1981
- Master of EducationMelbourne University1984 - 1987
- Bachelor Of Arts With HonoursMonash University1977 - 1981
- Doctor Of PhilosophyLa Trobe University
- ARC Postdoctoral FellowAustralian National University, Canberra, Australia2000 - 2002