A list of the Graduate Studies and Honours Courses available in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences can be found here.
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences has an exciting and diverse community of postgraduate students, both on and off campus. We welcome applications from potential Masters and Doctoral students whose plans of research fit with the research expertise and priorities of the School and the Faculty of Arts and Education.
For more information about pursuing postgraduate studies in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, please see the Faculty of Arts and Education Research webpage. There, you will find details about research areas, potential supervisors, the application process, and potential funding sources.
Listed below are some of the assorted and stimulating topics being covered by doctoral students in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
|Groves, Philip||Workers Compensation in Australia|
|Kime, Karen||Indigenous well-being|
|Lander, Daniel||What Cultural Perspectives Need to be Considered by Science Communicators When Engaging the Vaccination Objection Community?|
|Lishomwa, Lileko||Post-border biosecurity – farmers' perspectives: on-farm biosecurity knowledges, practices and attitudes. More details on Lileko's project on the Graham Centre website.|
|Milo, Nurit||Factors contributing to addiction and healing in the contemporary Indigenous Australian Community - The Indigenous Perspective.|
|Nelson, Kim||An exploration of the construction of self-identity through tourism: host perspectives in Niseko, Japan.|
|Rohman, Arif||Voices from a Leper Colony: A Critical Ethnography of the Impacts of Community Empowerment and Social Inclusion Program at the Sitanala Leprosy Village, Indonesia|
|Rosser, Elise||Narratives of Child Homicide in Rural and Regional Australia|