PART I: BRITAIN, CHINA, AND THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, 1788-1888; PART II: THE AFGHAN CRISIS OF 1888; PART III: NEW IMPERIALISMS
Benjamin Mountford is a Research Fellow and Lecturer at the Collaborative Research Centre in Australian History (CRCAH) at Federation University Australia. From 2008 to 2015, Ben was at Oxford, where he was a Rae and Edith Bennett Travelling Scholar, a Beit Scholar in Commonwealth and Imperial History, a Research Associate at the Oxford Centre for Global History, and the first Michael Brock Junior Research Fellow in Modern British History. He is a co-founder and convener of the Oxford Transnational and Global History Research Seminar. Ben's research and teaching centres on Australian, British, global, and imperial history; museology; public history; and heritage.