BA Liv., PhD Lanc., FRHistS, FAHA
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Educated at the University of Liverpool and the University of Lancaster, Michael was a lecturer at the University of Sydney prior to moving to Tasmania in 1977, and was appointed Professor of History in 1993. He is Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, Life Member of Clare Hall, University of Cambridge and Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities.
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Politics, religion, society and culture in late medieval and early modern Britain; the royal succession in Britain; the global diffusion of vaccination in the early nineteenth century.
Michael teaches a range of courses on British and European history from the middle ages to the early nineteenth century.
Authorised by the Acting Head of School, Humanities
14 December, 2012