Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Dr Jared Van Duinen

Dr Jared Van Duinen

Profile

Jared Van Duinen lectures in World History and the theory of History. His research interests include imperialism and colonialism as well as sports history, and he has published in all these fields. His book, The British World and an Australian National Identity: Anglo-Australian Cricket, 1860-1901, is currently in press.

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Teaching

  • HST101: The Contemporary World 1
  • HST102: The Contemporary World 2
  • HST411: Theory and Method of History
  • HST311: Philosophy of History

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Research interests

  • Sport and society 
  • Imperialism and colonialism
  • Popular culture
  • Historiography and theory of history

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Selected publications

  • The British World and an Australian National Identity: Anglo-Australian Cricket, 1860-1901 (currently in press)
  • 'Robert E. Howard, the American Frontier, and Borderlands in the Stories of Conan the Barbarian', Extrapolation 57, 3 (2017): 339-53.
  • 'Bodyline, the British World and the Evolution of an Australian National Identity', International Journal of the History of Sport. 32, 2 (2015): 250-64.
  • 'The Borderlands of the British World', Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 15, 1 (2014). DOI: 10.1353/cch.2014.0008
  • 'Playing to the "Imaginary Grandstand": Sport, the "British World" and an Australian Colonial Identity', Journal of Global History 8, 2 (2013): 342-64. Invited contribution to special issue 'Sport and Global History'.

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Memberships

  • Australian Historical Association (AHA)  
  • Australian Society for Sports History (ASSH)

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