Jenny Gregory

Emeritus Professor, BA PhD W.Aust.

  • The University of Western Australia (M204), 35 Stirling Highway, Room 1.51, Arts Building, Perth campus

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Biography

Jenny Gregory AM FRHS MPHA MICOMOS is Emeritus Professor of History at The University of Western Australia and a member of the Centre for WA History.

In 2010 she was made a member of the Order of Australia for services to history and the community, previously she was awarded a Champion Award by the National Year of the Built Environment (2004) and a Centenary Medal (2001) for her service to the community as President of the National Trust (WA) (1998-2007).

She is presently Councillor of National Trust (WA), the Convocation of UWA Graduates, the History Council of WA, and a Director of the WA History Foundation.

Previously she was Chair of the National Trust (WA) and Deputy Director of the Australian Council of National Trusts (2007-2010),  inaugural President of the History Council of WA (2001-06) and (2016-20), board member of the Australia Council (WA) (2011-18).

Roles and responsibilities

Emeritus Professor of History

Future research

Lost Places and the limits of Heritage
Collecting the West
Water Sensitive Cities
Transnational planning ideas
Energy and Resource Capitals
Western Australian History

Funding overview

2018-21 Water and the Making of Urban Australia (ARC DG $349,748)

2016-20 CI Collecting the West: Reimagining Western Australia from its collections (ARC Linkage $750,192)
2012-16 CI CRC for Water Sensitive Cities ($30,000)
2010 CI Western Australian Places (UWA-UQ Bilateral Research Collaboration Award $17,699)
2006-09 CI Rediscovering historical contributions in environmental planning: Australia's Town Planning Associations (ARC DG $164,178)
2005-09 CI Land of the Black Stump: A History of Australia's Inland Corridors 1815–2005 (ARC DG $331,665)
2005-09 CI East Perth Power Station and the Electrification of Western Australia (ARC LP $172,320)
2003-07 CI Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia (ARC LP, WA Regional Investment Scheme, Constitutional Centre of WA, Lotterywest $957,284)

Previous positions

Head, School of Humanities (2009-2015)
Acting Head, School of Music (2009-2011)
Chair, Discipline of History (2008)
Chair, Discipline of Philosophy (2007)
Director, UWA Press (1998-2006)
Director, Centre for WA History (1989-1998)
Lecturer, Department of History

Current projects

She is currently researching the emotional component of protest in cities, lost heritage places and the limits of heritage, the impact of collecting practices on Western Australia, and the history of water use in Perth

Industrial relevance

Museum collecting policies
History of water use in the city
Impact of mineral and resource booms on the city
Planning history of the city
Heritage

Teaching overview

Honours and postgraduate supervision
Previously taught urban and suburban history, WA history, and heritage

Research

Urban history, planning history and heritage

Languages

English

Research expertise keywords

  • Western Australian History
  • Heritage
  • Urban History
  • Urban Planning
  • Australian History

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