Prof Sean Brawley
- Phone: 9385 2342
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Building: Morven Brown
- Room No: 346
Associate Dean (Education)
BA Hons GradCert HEd PhD UNSW
Sean is available for student consultations by appointment.
Australia's Asian Sporting Context (London: Routledge, 2012) with Nick Guoth
Hollywood's South Seas and the Pacific War: Searching for Dorothy Lamour (New York: Palgrave, 2012) with Chris Dixon
Fighting Words: Competing Voices of the Pacific War (Praegar, 2008) with Chris Dixon and Beatrice Trefalt
Terrorism and the Lessons of History (Washington DC: New Academia, 2009) editor
The Bondi Lifesaver: A History of an Australian Icon (ABC Books, 2007)
Conflict in the Pacific, 1937-1952 (Cambridge University Press, 2005) with Roger Bell and Chris Dixon
Conflict in Indochina, 1954-1979 (Cambridge University Press, 2005) with Chris Dicon and Jeff Green
Beach Beyond: A History of Palm Beach Surf Club, 1921-1996 (UNSW Press, 1996).
The White Peril: Foreign Relations and Asian Immigration to Australasia and North America, 1919-1978 (UNSW Press, 1995)
Beating the Odds: Thirty Years of the Totalizator Agency Board of New South Wales (Focus Books, 1995)
Vigilant and Victorius: A Community History of the Collaory Surf Lifesaving Club (Walla Walla Press / Collaory SLSC, 1995)
‘Teaching and Learning History, Ethics and Professional Responsibility’, in Cathie Clement (ed) Ethics and the Professional Practice of History (UWA Press, 2008) with John Gascoigne.
‘Colonel Zimmer’s Sea Shell Collection: Souvenirs, experience validation and American service personnel in the wartime South Pacific’, in Prudence Aherans & Chris Dixon (eds) Coast to Coast and the Islands In-Between: The impact of American and Australian maritime crossings on Pacific Island cultures, 1880 to 1945 (Cambridge Scholar’s Press, 2010) with Chris Dixon
“‘Our Bright Young American Cousins’: Internationalising Rugby, Trans-Pacific Connections and the American Universities Rugby Tour of Australasia, 1910”, in Mary Bushby & Tom Hickie (eds) Rugby History: The Remaking of the Class Game, (ASSH Studies, 2007)
‘Origins and Beginnings’ in Ed Jaggard (ed) Between the Flags: 100 summers of Australian surf lifesaving, (UNSW Press, 2006).
‘Legacies: The White Australia Policy and International Relations since 1973’ in Laksiri Jayasuriya, David Walker & Jan Gothard (eds), Legacies of White Australia: Race, Culture and Nation, (University of Western Australia Press, 2003)
‘’Our Lifesavers”: The Royal Life Saving Society and the origins of Surf Lifesaving in Federation Sydney’, in Richard Cashman, Andrew Honey and John O’Hara (eds) Sport, Federation and Nation, (Walla Walla Press, 2002)
‘”Tan Yanks” amid a “Semblance of Civilization”: African American Encounters with the South Pacific, 1941-45’, in Roger Bell and Peter Bastian (eds) Through Depression and War: Australia and the United States, (Australian-American Fullbright Commission, 2002). With Chris Dixon.
‘Hangkuk, Daihan, Korean: Korean Voices of the Wol-nam-jon/American War/Vietnam War’, in Chris Dixon and Luke Auton (eds) War, Society, and Culture: Approaches and Issues, (University of Newcastle, 2002).
‘Rugby Union and the Pacific Islander Community’, in Richard Cashman and Phillip Mosley (eds) Ethnicity and Sport in Australia, (Full Court, 1997).
‘Surf Life Saving’, in Cashman and Mosley, Ethnicity and Sport in Australia.
“Da Heer Evatt: The O'Keefe Case and Dutch Perceptions of Australian Foreign Policy”, in David Day (ed), Brave New World: Dr H.V. Evatt and Australian Foreign Policy, 1941-1949, (University of Queensland Press, 1996)
“An Iron Curtain Canberra Style? Asian perceptions of the White Australia Policy” in Don Grant (ed) Outside Images of Australia, (Black Swan Press, 1995)
“Slaying the White Australia Dragon: Some Factors in the Abolition of the White Australia Policy” in Nancy Viviani (ed), The Abolition of the White Australia Policy: The Immigration Reform Movement Revisited, (CSAAR, 1992).
“‘Long Hairs’ and ‘Ratbags’ : The ALP and the Abolition of the White Australia Policy”, in Gough Whitlam et al, A Century of Social Change: Labor History Essays, (Pluto Press, 1992)
‘Internationalising peer review in teaching and learning’, International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Vol II, No 1, Jan 2008.
‘The internationalisation of the scholarship of teaching and learning: The formation of HistorySOTL’, History Australia, Vol 4, No 2, 2008.
“Terrorists Beware! Rugby Player on Board”:September 11 and the naturalization of American Rugby, Journal of Football Studies, Vol 9, No 2, Oct 2006.
‘Saving the South Seas: Thomas Heggen and Mister Roberts’, Inter-Cultural Studies, Vol 3, No 2, August 2003
‘Jim Crow Downunder? African American Encounters with White Australia, 1942-1945’, Pacific Historical Review, Vol 74, No 4 , 2002. With Chris Dixon.
‘”Surf Lifesaving Owes No One a Living”: A Third Sector Case Study’, Labour History, No 81, November, 2001.
‘Searching for Dorothy Lamour: War and Sex in the South Pacific, 1941-1945’, Australasian Journal of American Studies, Vol 38, No 1, 1999. With Chris Dixon.
‘Between History and Geography: Debates on Australia and Asia’, Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, Vol 31, 1998. With Roger Bell.
‘‘A Comfortable and Relaxed Past: John Howard and the Battlle of History — The First Phase, February 1992 to March 1996’, Electronic Journal of Australian and New Zealand History, 1997. (Reprinted in Australian History Teacher, Number 23, 1996)
‘Ethnicity and Local History: A case study from British/Irish Australia’, Locality, VIII, 1, Winter 1995.
“The ‘Hollywood Native’: Hollywood’s Construction of the South Seas and Wartime Encounters with the South Pacific”, Sites: A Journal for South Pacific Cultural Studies, 27, Summer 1994. With Chris Dixon.
‘The Department of Immigration and abolition of the “White Australia” Policy reflected through the Private Diaries of Sir Peter Heydon’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, XLI, 3, 1995.
“ ‘No White Policy in N.Z.’: Fact and Fiction in New Zealand’s Asian Immigration Record, 1946-1978.”, New Zealand Journal of History, XXVII, 1, 1993.
“Prelude to Prometheus - The American decision to invade Cambodia, April 1970”, Teaching History, XXIII, 4, January 1990. With Chris Dixon.
“The Old and New Guard-A Factor in the Liberalisation of Australia's Restrictive Immigration Policy”, Australian Journal of Public Administration, XLVIII, 2, 1989.
“Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels and Brown Buddies-An Exploration of Australian and American Perceptions of New Guinea Natives during the Pacific War”, International Journal of Historical Studies, I, 1, 1988. With Chris Dixon.
PhD students successfully supervised to completion
Honours students successfully supervised to graduation
Other students successfully supervised