The University of Adelaide Archives are used by a variety of researchers investigating a wide range of topics.
The object of the Research Register is to provide researchers with an opportunity to publish their topic to allow others with a similar interest to make contact.
The Register lists researchers in alphabetical order by surname. You can browse down the list and view more details by clicking on the arrow beside a researcher's name.
To conduct a simple search across the register from your computer:
- Click the 'Expand' option at the top of the list of names below.
This will display the full entry for every researcher listed on the register.
- On your keyboard hold down the 'Ctrl' key and press the letter 'F'.
This will bring up a search box on your screen.
- Type in all or part of a word you would like to search on and then press 'Enter' on your keyboard.
The search box on your screen will show you how many results were found and direct you to them.
Research Topic/Description: (1) South Australian Railways (SAR) migrant recruitment schemes 1948-1954. Covers Displaced Persons as well as British and Maltese Commonwealth assisted migrants from 1948. Focuses on the 1951-52 recruitment of Germans from West Berlin, Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein. (2) American William Alfred Webb (Chief Commissioner of the South Australian Railways 1922-1930).
Related or Future Publication/s: (1) Book manuscript completed. (2) Research/writing phase.
Ellssel, Christoph (National Archives of Australia / AHA Postgraduate Scholar 2014)
Research Topic/Description: The Adelaide family of George Eric McConnell Jauncey and Leslie Cyril Jauncey.
Related or Future Publication/s: Still to be determined at this time - a considerable amount regarding Jauncey research is to be found on the Honest History Org website at http://honesthistory.net.au/wp/jaunceys-view.
Contact: email@example.com, 02 6286 4391.
Research Topic/Description: History of the Hodgkinson family in South Australia. It is intended that the publication will have particular emphasis on Edward James Hodgkinson and Maria Chapman, their children, life events, residences and occupations.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 0457 227 227.
Launder, Brian (Professor)
Research Topic/Description: Research for a documentary film about my father, Professor Douglas Pike, and his missionary parents. My grandparents spent most of their adults lives in China separated from their children.
Related or Future Publication/s: The film will be approx 75 minutes. After the development phase (which is supported by a grant from Screen ACT), progress depends on funding.
Contact: email@example.com, 02 6248 0851.
Research Topic/Description: Adelaide University Rowing - in particular Australian Inter-Varsity Championships.
Related or Future Publication/s: All the available rowing information is located on Andrew Guerin's History of Australian Rowing website at http://www.rowinghistory-aus.info/
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 0427 401 666.
Varney, Denise (Professor)
Verco, Christopher J.
Research Topic/Description: Medical practitioners and medical students of South Australia who served in the armed forces in World War I.
Related or Future Publication/s:
Blood, Sweat and Fears; medical practitioners and medical students of South Australia who served in World War I by Christopher Verco, Annette Summers, Tony Swain and Michael Jelly (Published 2014).
Contact: email@example.com, 0428 831 895.
Waugh, Dr John
Research Topic/Description: Doing a book on the story of German Internment/marginalisation of the German community 1914-1918.
History of Internment of German Enemy Alients on Torrens Island the marginalization of Germans in South Australia, case study, 1914-1924
Related or Future Publication/s: Book to be published mid 2016.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 0432 267 616.
Wollacott, Angela (Professor)
Research Topic/Description: A biography of Don Dunstan.
Related or Future Publication/s: A scholarly biography of Don Dunstan, and several journal articles and book chapters.
Contact: email@example.com, 02 6125 2715.