- Dr Keith Moore
- Senior Lecturer
Faculty of Education,
School of Curriculum
- Discipline *
- Historical Studies
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Doctor of Philosophy (Monash University)
- Professional memberships
Keith is currently President of the Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society and President of the International Australian Studies Association. In December 2004 he convened an ANZHES Conference with the theme Social Change, Education and History at QUT’s Carseldine campus. The Centre for Social Change Research, QUT, sponsored this 4-day event. Four years later, he was again Conference Convenor – this time for an InASA Conference that was held at QUT’s Gardens Point campus. The theme was New Voices, New Visions – Challenging Australian Identities. The joint editorship of a special issue of the Journal of Australian Studies and a book titled New Voices, New Visions – Challenging Australian Identities has arisen from the papers presented at this conference.
For a decade, Dr Keith Moore was a teacher in Victorian State Schools. He received an Outstanding Teacher assessment awarded to the top 3% of the State’s Teachers. Keith then embarked on an academic career as a Lecturer in the areas of History of Education and Australian History in the School of Education at the University of Ballarat.
In 1999, he commenced Lecturing in Australian and European History in the School of Humanities at QUT. He later became a Senior Lecturer. In 2010 he took up a Senior Lecturer position, also teaching in Australian and European History, in the School of Education at QUT.
In 2005, Keith received the QUT Carseldine Staff Achievement Award for the highest research output for the year within his Faculty and in 2008 he received a Vice Chancellor’s Performance Award ‘in recognition of a significant and superior contribution to the work of the University’.
From the beginning of 2005 until July 2006, Keith coordinated the Australian Studies Professional Major within the Bachelor of Arts; he then became the Coordinator of the Bachelor of Arts and in addition, at the beginning of 2009, he also coordinated the Bachelor of Social Science.
- CLB101 – Australian Society and Culture (Formerly HHB108 Australian Society and Culture for International Students and HHB106 Australian Society and Culture) This unit is taken by large numbers of International students.
- CLB102 – Australian Historical Studies
- CLB103 – Interpreting the Past
- CLB104 – Colonialism and Independence in the Asia Pacific
- CLB105 – Australia and the South Pacific
- CLB106 – Modern China
- ClB107 – Classical Worlds
- CLB108 – Nations and Nationalism in Modern Europe
As Keith’s publications and his post-graduate supervision indicate, his interests lie in the History of Education in Australia and in Australian History. He also has an interest in British and European History. Much of his research is located in two quite separate decades: the 1850s and the 1960s.
For publications by this staff member, visit QUT ePrints, the University's research repository.