|Areas of expertise||
I am a policing historian specialising in the history of urban policing, with a primary focus on Ireland, colonial Australia and Canada. I am particularly interested in the impact of Irish policing experience on the development of colonial policing models, both state and municipal. Currently, I am investigating continuity of service experience of ex-policemen in Ireland and in the colony, if and how their previous policing experiences in either urban or rural settings shaped these men’s colonial police careers based on their transfers and service histories.
Anastasia Dukova (Professional Historian)
Hon. B. A.: University of Toronto (2006)
I currently hold an adjunct research fellow position with the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research. Previously I've held fellowships with the Griffith Criminology Institute and the University of Toronto (Postdoc).
Sessional Instruction. Australian and the World: 1788 to the Present; History of Terrorism.
|Committees & Associations||
Lord Mayor's Helen Taylor Research Award for Local History (Brisbane, Queensland)
A History of the Dublin Metropolitan Police and Its Colonial Legacy. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016 http://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9781137555816
Policing Colonial Brisbane, University of Queensland Press, 2018
H. J. Gibbney revised by Anastasia Dukova, 'Armit, William Edington (de Margrat) (1848–1901)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University
“Policing the Lockout: The Role of the DMP”, History Ireland, Vol 21, Issue 4, Jul/ Aug 2013, p. 32.
From The Vault, Queensland Police Museum Historical Series http://www.mypolice.qld.gov.au/museum
'100 Years of Women Police in Australia' by Tim Prenzler, Lilith Feminist History Journal, 22, 2016