Professor Susan Broomhall
Started at UWA: 2000
Australian Research Council Discovery Project
- ‘Gendering the Italian Wars, 1494-1559’
Australian Research Council Future Fellowship
- ‘Emotions, power and the correspondence of Catherine de Medici’
ARC Centre of Excellence
- ‘Centre for the History of Emotions’
Professor Broomhall’s teaching style is all about sharing stories. She conveys her passion for history while lecturing with enthusiasm and energy. Working with students and answering their questions leads to stimulating thoughts about new possibilities and interpretations. In 2006, she was awarded the Faculty of Arts Excellence in Teaching Award.
Professor Broomhall teaches the following units:
Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Medieval and early modern studies research at UWA aims to uncover the pre-modern world and the effect the past has in modern times.
Classics and Ancient History
Classics and Ancient History research at UWA investigates the ways in which ancient cultures have shaped our modern world.
Studying History introduces you to the way we create the collective memory of the human race. This is not as easy as it sounds, as our memory can play tricks.
English and Literary Studies
With English and Literary Studies, you will explore many areas of reading, writing and performance including the study of literature, film, theatre and creative and professional writing.