The Archives cannot undertake research on behalf of clients. However, the Reference Archivist can provide advice on what is held at the Archives and which records would be most helpful in answering research queries. In addition, the Centre maintains a list of independent researchers who are willing to carry out research for a fee. Arrangements should be made directly with the researcher. As such arrangements are private, the Centre does not accept responsibility for any work undertaken by the professional researcher.
An experienced archivist and researcher. Able to research any topic at the ANU Archives.
Mobile: 0415 035 049
BCA/BA (Hons), MA (Victoria University of Wellington) PhD (ANU)
Experienced researcher in English and French language archives.
Happy to assist with any subject, but has particular expertise in Pacific History.
BA (Hons) Australian Studies (ANU)
Graduate Certificate in Records and Archives Management (UC)
9 Tolmer Place
Kambah ACT 2902
(02) 6231 4803
BSc, PhD, editor
- Family history
- Service records
- General enquiries
34 Hawker Street
TORRENS ACT 2607
BA Hons Sydney, Mst Oxford
PhD candidate, School of History, ANU
I specialise in feminist/gender/women’s history but am happy to assist with research in other areas of history.
I am able to work with records in English and French.
BArts (Hons) & BIR (ANU), Current PhD Candidate in History (ANU)
Able to research any topic, but with specific expertise and interest in:
- Nuclear History
- Australian History
You can contact more research assistants through the Research Assistant database
at the Australian Centre for Public History at UTS.