Publishing my research and presenting about my project

I thought it would be good to share an update about my research project before the end of the year. I published the first article from my project in June of this year in the Journal of Australian, Canadian, and Aotearoa New Zealand Studies (JACANZS): ‘Transnational Identities of the Global South Asian Diaspora in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand, and South Africa, 1900s-1940s’, JACANZS, vol. 1, issue 1, June 2021: 45-77. The article is open access and you can view it here. I was really excited to have the article published 🙂

Over the past nearly year I have also given five presentations on my research project at International conferences all across the world. Specifically I presented them at the  following venues:

  • New Zealand Historical Association Biennial Conference, Online Conference, Massey University, Palmerston North, Aotearoa New Zealand, 24 November 2021
  • German Association for Australian Studies Conference, Online Conference, University of Trier, Trier, Germany,  1 October 2021
  • Polish Association for the Study of Australia Annual Conference, Online Conference, University of Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland, 23 September 2021
  • International Australian Studies Association Biennial Conference, Online Conference, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia, 10 February 2021
  • Korean Association for Canadian Studies Conference, Online Conference, South Korea, 28 December 2020

I previously gave a series of talks on a collaborative, team research project that I worked on:  ‘Australia in War and Peace, 1914-19’ and I found them very helpful in promoting the project but also to get feedback on what we were planning to do. I found the five presentations that I gave above on my personal research project equally useful. In particular, I have appreciated  the positive feedback that I received. This included excitement about my research project in general, its ambitious nature, its organisation, and the fact that it checked a lot of boxes for the assessment of competitive research grant applications internationally 🙂 I also received some interesting suggestions which I will give some serious thought to. I tried my best to present at venues which cover the main geographic areas of focus of my research project. I am generally quite pleased with the results, but it would be great to present at a South African Studies/History conference if possible. And I may present at other Canadian Studies/History conferences as well.

Moving forward I look forward to being able to carry out research in the specific case studies of my project. The continuing Covid-19 pandemic means that some countries are still not open for me to visit, but others are, which is encouraging 🙂

Published by Dr. Jatinder Mann

Dr. Jatinder Mann specialises in transnational and comparative history and politics, with a focus on Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand, South Africa, and the British World. He is a Fellow in the Centre for Modern History at City, University of London. Jatinder is also the Creator and Manager of the Australian, Canadian, and New Zealand Studies Network (ACNZSN). He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. Jatinder is British and of South Asian descent, specifically from the Punjab. He has also lived and worked in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand, and Hong Kong. Jatinder is currently working on a research project on the ‘Transnational Identities of the Global South Asian Diaspora in Australia, Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand, and South Africa, 1900s-1940s’. He also has over thirty refereed publications, which include four books. Jatinder is a co-editor of a special issue of the British Journal of Canadian Studies on ‘Canada 150’, published in 2018 by Liverpool University Press. He has also published numerous articles in front-ranking and emerging interdisciplinary journals. Jatinder is a co-editor in the forthcoming Documents on Australian Foreign Policy: Australia in War and Peace, 1914-1919 with UNSW Press. He is also the editor for a book series on ‘Studies in Transnationalism’ with Peter Lang Publishing, New York. Jatinder is the Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Australian, Canadian, and Aotearoa New Zealand Studies (JACANZS). He was also awarded the prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Alberta in 2014. Jatinder was a recipient of the highly competitive Endeavour International Postgraduate Research Scholarship for his doctoral research at the University of Sydney. He has also held visiting fellowships at King’s College London, the Australian National University, Carleton University, and Te Herenga Waka Victoria University of Wellington.

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