Marnie Hughes-Warrington recently moved from Australian National University to take the position of Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research and Enterprise at the University of South Australia. She attended University of Tasmania, where she earned a bachelor of education degree with a specialization in philosophy and history. She became a Rhodes Scholar and went on to earn a D.Phil. from Merton College at Oxford.
She spent her early academic career teaching and has taught at institutions such as the University of Oxford, Macquarie University, University of Washington, Leipzig University and Harvard University. She has also held a number of academic leadership roles, serving as the Pro-Vice Chancellor of Learning and Teaching for Monash University and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Academics for Australian National University.
Hughes-Warrington has written seven books, including Fifty Key Thinkers on History (translated into several languages), How Good an Historian Shall I Be?: R.G. Collingwood, the Historical Imagination and Education, and most recently, History as Wonder: Beginning with Historiography.
She was awarded the Australian Prime Minister’s Award for University Teacher of the Year in 2008, the same year that she was honored with the Teaching Excellence Award in Humanities and the Arts by the Australian Learning and Teaching Council. In 2013, she was recognized with the University of Tasmania Foundation’s Graduate of the Year Award.
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According to Wikipedia,
Marnie Hughes-Warrington is Professor of History at the University of South Australia, where she has also served since 2020 as Deputy Vice-Chancellor . She previously worked at the Australian National University. Her areas of expertise are the philosophy of history, historiography, and world history.
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