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History educator

John Gascoigne, British history educator. Recipient Hancock prize Australian History Association, 1990, Australian Bicentennial medal.

Background

Gascoigne, John was born on January 20, 1951 in Liverpool, England. Arrived in Australia, 1951. Son of Robert Mortimer and Elizabeth Mary (Meehan) Gascoigne.

Education

Bachelor with honors, Sydney (Australia) University, 1972. Master of Arts with distinction, Princeton University, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, Cambridge University, 1981.

Career

Lecturer St. Paul's Teachers' College, Rabaul, Papua, New Guinea, 1973. Lecturer University Papua, 1977-1978. Tutor, lecturer, senior lecturer, associate professor, professor University New South Wales, Sydney, since 1980.

Works

Connections

Married Kathleen May Bock. Children: Robert, Catherine.

father:
Robert Mortimer Gascoigne

mother:
Elizabeth Mary (Meehan) Gascoigne

spouse:
Kathleen May Bock

child:
Robert Gascoigne

child:
Catherine Gascoigne