Carmel Pascale is a PhD candidate in the Department of History. She completed her BA Hons (1st Class) in History in 2014.
My thesis explores the history of commemoration in twentieth century South Australia, specifically the 1936 South Australian Centenary, 1938 Australian Sesquicentenary, 1951 Commonwealth Jubilee, and Empire Day. I am interested in examining the development of expressions of Australian nationalism from 1901 to 1965, with a focus on South Australia’s relationship with Britain and the empire.
My research interests are Australian history, commemorative events, nationalism, settler colonialism, imperialism, and Britishness.
|2014||Award||Co-winner of Wakefield Companion to South Australian History Undergraduate Essay Prize||History Council of South Australia||Australia||—|
|2014||Award||Tinline Scholarship for the highest achievement in the final examination for Bachelor of Arts Honours History||University of Adelaide||Australia||—|
|2014||Award||Lynda Tapp Prize in Honours History for the best Honours History thesis||University of Adelaide||Australia||—|
|2014||University of Adelaide||Australia||Bachelor of Arts (Honours) History|
|1995 - 1998||University of Adelaide||Australia||Bachelor or Arts|
|2016||Pascale, C. R. (2016). Chinese Immigration Restriction and the Pursuit of Nationalist Ideals in Colonial South Australia. Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, (44), 89-101.|
2015-2018 Australian Postgraduate Award/Research Training Program, Australian Government
|2016 - ongoing||Member||Museums Galleries Australia||Australia|
|2015 - ongoing||Member||History Council of South Australia||Australia|
|2015 - ongoing||Member||Australian Historical Association||Australia|