Mary Kilcline Cody

Mary Kilcline Cody

Lecturer
Pacific and Asian History

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P: 6125 4272
Room: E4.3
Building: Baldessin Precinct Building
Dr Mary Kilcline Cody

Mary is an historian in the School of Culture, History and Language in the College of Asia and the Pacific.

Her doctoral dissertation The Trial of Mrs Proudlock: Law, Government and Society in British Malaya, 1911 is a literary and forensic deconstruction of a sensational murder trial that rocked the outwardly staid world of colonial Malaya one hundred years ago. See article in The Canberra Times about this research.

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/empireshocking-killing-inspires...

Mary is a Tuckwell Fellow, a Fellow of the Research School of Asia and the Pacific, ANU, an Associate Member of the International Centre for the History of Crime, Policing and Justice, Open University, UK and a member of the European Microhistory Network.

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