The Centre for the History of European Discourses was incorporated in the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities in August 2015.

The information in this website is therefore out of date but retained for archival and staff purposes.

Dr Andrew Bonnell
BA(Hons), PhD (Syd)

Andrew Bonnell is Lecturer in History in the School of History Philosophy Classics and Religion. He has research interests in Modern German and European history, German cultural and intellectual history in social and political context and the History of German Social Democracy.

Books:

2008 Shylock in Germany: Antisemitism and the German theatre from the Enlightenment to the Nazis (London: IB Tauris, 2007), pp. viii, 254.

2005 The people’s stage in Germany. Social democracy and culture, 1890-1914 (IB Tauris: London), pp. viii, 294.

2004 Europe’s pasts and presents (Proceedings of the Fourteenth Biennial Conference of the Australasian Association for European History, Australian Humanities Press, Unley SA), pp. x, 491.

1996 (Co-editor) Power, conscience, and opposition. Essays in German history in honour of John A. Moses (New York and Berne: Peter Lang), pp. xiv, 538.

Chapters in books:

2000 “Reforming the Reich? Social democracy and the German state, 1890-1914”, in John A. Moses and Christopher Pugsley (eds), The German empire and Britain’s Pacific dominions, 1871-1919 (Claremont: Regina),pp. 395-414.

1999 “Europhobia in the new Tory historiography”, in John Milfull (ed.),Britain in Europe (Aldershot: Ashgate), pp. 207-25.

1996 (Co-author) “Preface”, in Andrew Bonnell, Gregory Munro and Martin Travers (eds), Power, conscience, and opposition. Essays in German history in honour of John A. Moses (New York and Berne: Peter Lang), pp. xi-xiv.

1996 “Eduard Bernstein, the mass strike, and the democratisation of imperial Germany”, in Andrew Bonnell, Gregory Munro and Martin Travers (eds), Power, conscience, and opposition. Essays in German history in honour of John A. Moses (New York and Berne: Peter Lang), pp. 143-62.

1993 “Enlightenment, the other(s) of reason and German social democracy (1890-1914)”, in Dieter Freundlieb and Wayne Hudson (eds), Reason and its other. Rationality in modern German philosophy and culture (Providence/Oxford: Berg Publishers), pp. 241-54.

Articles in refereed journals:

2004 (with Martin Crotty) “An Australian ‘Historikerstreit’?” (Review Article), Australian Journal of Politics & History 50, 3, pp.425-33.

2002 “Did they read Marx? Marx reception and Social Democratic Party members in imperial Germany, 1890-1914”, Australian Journal of Politics and History 48, 1, pp. 4-15.

2001 “‘Cheap and nasty’: German goods, socialism, and the 1876 Philadelphia World Fair”, International Review of Social History 46, 2, pp. 207-26.

2000 “Stephen Roberts’ The house that Hitler built as a source on Nazi Germany”, Australian Journal of Politics and History 46, 1, pp. 1-20.

email:a.bonnell@uq.edu.au

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