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Willis, Ian Dr

Honorary Fellow

  • Honorary Fellow - Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
  • Honorary Fellow - School of Humanities and Social Inquiry

Overview


Dr Willis is a local studies specialist and has a particular interest in community identity, place making and the Red Cross in Australia.

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • The Australian Red Cross 1914 to 1945
    The Cowpastures district of New South Wales 1795 to 1840
    Urban Growth on Sydney's Rural-Urban Fringe 1948 to the present
    Modernism in New South Wales
    Local newspapers in the Macarthur region of New South Wales 1880 to the present
    Travellers and tourists journeying to Europe from Australia, particularly young single women.

Selected Publications


Presentations


Featured In


Outreach Overview


  • I am a public historian who encourages and advocates on behalf of community and local history.

Keywords


  • Red Cross, place, identity, Camden NSW, Sydney's rural-urban fringe, home front, philanthropy, active citizenship, advocacy, volunteering, colonial NSW, landscape aesthetic, settler colonialism,

Full Name


  • Dr Ian Willis

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • The Australian Red Cross 1914 to 1945
    The Cowpastures district of New South Wales 1795 to 1840
    Urban Growth on Sydney's Rural-Urban Fringe 1948 to the present
    Modernism in New South Wales
    Local newspapers in the Macarthur region of New South Wales 1880 to the present
    Travellers and tourists journeying to Europe from Australia, particularly young single women.

Selected Publications


Presentations


Featured In


Outreach Overview


  • I am a public historian who encourages and advocates on behalf of community and local history.

Keywords


  • Red Cross, place, identity, Camden NSW, Sydney's rural-urban fringe, home front, philanthropy, active citizenship, advocacy, volunteering, colonial NSW, landscape aesthetic, settler colonialism,

Full Name


  • Dr Ian Willis

Research Areas

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