Carmel Pascale

Carmel Pascale

School of Humanities

Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics

Dr Carmel Pascale is a cultural historian of twentieth century Australia and Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Humanities. Her research is concerned with settler nationalism, ideas of Britishness, the Australian Federation, and commemoration. Her PhD thesis traced the development of nationalism in South Australia from 1901 to the 1960s, with a focus on the state’s relationship with Britain and the empire.

  • Appointments

    Date Position Institution name
    2016 - 2018 Research Assistant University of Adelaide
  • Awards and Achievements

    Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount
    2014 Award Wakefield Companion to South Australian History Undergraduate Essay Prize (Co-winner) History Council of South Australia Australia $250
    2014 Award Tinline Scholarship for the highest achievement in the final examination for Bachelor of Arts Honours History University of Adelaide Australia $600
    2014 Award Lynda Tapp Prize in Honours History for the best Honours History thesis University of Adelaide Australia $900
  • Education

    Date Institution name Country Title
    2022 University of Adelaide Australia PhD
    2014 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor of Arts (Honours) History
    2007 Flinders University Australia Graduate Diploma in Public Administration (Policy)
    1998 University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor or Arts
  • Research Interests

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    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

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