Research Output per year
Roles and responsibilities
• 2013 to 2015: $155,000 from the Australian Research Council for project entitled ‘Prosecution, Punishment and the Printed Word in Enlightenment Scotland, c.1747-1815’ (with partner investigator Professor Robert B. Shoemaker). Reference: DP130104804.
• 2006 to 2007: £62,724 (or at the time of the award, 2.45 currency ratio, of $153,673) from the Economic and Social Research Council in the UK for a project entitled ‘The Origins and Development of Police in Scotland and its Impact upon Urban Governance, 1799-1859’ (Reference: RES-000-22-1758).
• 1997 to 2000: Postgraduate Studentship from the Economic and Social Research Council, UK (R00429734381). Approximately $25,000 per year.
Competitive university awards include:
• 2013: $17,400 from The University of Western Australia (Teaching Relief Award).
• 2010: $30,000 from The University of Western Australia (Research Development Award).
Palgrave Histories of Policing
Punishment and Justice
• HIST1002: 'The Making of the Modern World, 1789-2000'
• HIST2011 ‘From “Glorious Revolution” to Industrial Revolution: Making Britain 1688–1888’
• HIST3007 ‘Crime and Punishment in Britain 1600–1900’
• HIST: Nationalism and History
• HIST: The History of Sport and Celebrity
Awarded Doctoral Theses Supervised:
• Ben Sacks, “'Purely of their own manufacture': The adoption and appropriation of cricket in Samoa, c. 1879-1939 (2017) (with Jeremy Martens, principal supervisor)
• Anita Fairney, ‘Jacobite Scotswomen’s Roles, Identities and Agency in Scottish Politics, 1688-1788’ (2016)
• Chris Owen, ‘“Weather Hot, Flies…” Police in the Kimberley District, 1883-1905’ (2014) (with Charlie Fox and Andrea Gaynor)
• Margaret Dorey, ‘“Poison in the pot”: English concerns about food purity and regulation c. 1500-1800’ (2011) (with Stephanie Tarbin and Phillipa Maddern)
Current PhD Supervision:
• Kelly-Ann Couzens, ‘Medicine on Trial: A Critical Analysis of Medical Testimony and Medical Expertise in the Scottish High Court of Justiciary, c.1820s-c.1890s’ (with Catherine Kelly).
• Paul Nuckley, ‘Representations of the Devil in Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century England and Scotland’.
- Crime, police and punishment (eighteenth to nineteenth centuries)
- Scottish history (nineteenth century)
- Urban history (nineteenth century)
- Working class leisure (eighteenth to nineteenth centuries)
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paper › Chapter
Sin, Sanctity and the Sister-in-Law: Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister in the Nineteenth CenturyBarrie, D., Aug 2018, London: Routledge. 212 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book
Projects per year
1/01/13 → 31/12/13
Barrie, D. & Shoemaker, R.
1/01/13 → 31/12/15
1/01/10 → 31/12/10
David Barrie (Recipient), 2009