B Arts (Hons), PhD, FRHistS
Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities
Convenor of the Enlightenment & Romanticism Research Network
Contact details for Dr Michael Davis
- Eighteenth-century British history
- The Enlightenment
- British history during the 1790s
- History of terrorism and violence
Current teaching areas
- Australia and the World: 1788 to the Present (2101HUM)
- History of Terrorism and Political Violence (2055HUM)
- Griffith University Arts, Education and Law Group Dean's Certificate of Commendation for Learning & Teaching, 2014.
- University of Tasmania Teaching Merit Certificate, 2008.
Research grants and distinctions
- 2011 Visiting Fellowship, University of Tasmania (co-sponsor with Associate Professor Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, University of Tasmania; for Professor Barry Godfrey, Keele University)
- 2010 - 2011 Australia-UK Special Joint Project Funding, Academy of Social Sciences in Australia/British Academy (with Professor Barry Godfrey, Keele University)
- 2009 - 2012 Rising Stars Grant, University of Tasmania
- 2009 Seed funding for British Enlightenment Research Network, Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) & Provost, University of Tasmania
- 2007 - 2011 ARC Discovery Project Grant (with Professor David Lemmings, University of Adelaide)
- 2006 Research Cluster funding for British Enlightenment Research Network, ARC, NEER
- 2006 External Support Enabling Grant, The University of Queensland
- 2005 Elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, London.
- 2005 Departmental Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, CHED, The University of Queensland