Laureate Centre Director Prof. Alison Bashford is awarded Dan David Prize

Laureate Centre for History & Population Director Professor Alison Bashford has been recognised for her wide-ranging work on public health, medicine, disease control, borders, and quarantine. She is one of seven Laureates for 2021. She joins pre-eminent academics Professor Katharine Park (Harvard University) and Professor Keith Wailoo (Princeton University) in the History of Health andContinue reading “Laureate Centre Director Prof. Alison Bashford is awarded Dan David Prize”

Launch: 1 July 2021

The Laureate Centre for History & Population will launch in July 2021. Researchers based at the centre will pursue a distinctively regional perspective on how population policies emerged over the 19th and 20th centuries, and what their present legacies are, especially in a climate-changed world. Applying a ‘multiple modernities’ approach, we will compare Australia, Japan, IndiaContinue reading “Launch: 1 July 2021”