BA Sydney, DipEd PhD UNSW
Nick Doumanis has been teaching at UNSW since 2001. Previously he taught at the University of Newcastle and was an ARC Fellow at the University of Sydney. Although trained in 20th century European history, his teaching has focused on World History and on the ancient Mediterranean.
ARC Fellowship 1999-2003
ARC Linkage Grant , 2021-2024
Erasmus + ICM teaching grant at University College Dublin
Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary European History, 1997
Stanley J. Seeger Fellowship, Princeton University, 1998
Nick has written on Italian colonialism, modern Greece, the late Ottoman Empire, and the history of Greek migrants in Sydney. He is currently interested in the Mediterranean as a connected space, and with the making of the global Greek diaspora since the 1890s. He has completed a new interpretive history of the Greeks (1912-2021) with Emeritus Professor Antonis Liakos of the University of Athens. Nick continues to work on his long-term project on the deep history of the Eastern Mediterranean, but is also preparing a study of Greek neighbourhood formation in post-war Sydney with Professor George Kouvaros.
Former FASS Dean's Adviser for Greek Studies
Manager of a major outreach project with UNSW and the State Library of New South Wales called the Greek Australian Archive
I speak regularly on public radio, including the ABC and SBS on Greek and Greek Australian issues
I often give lectures to public forms and in the Greek Festival of Sydney on historical themes
ARTS 1270: Global History: The WOrld in the Making
ARTS 3270: History Capstone
Nicholas is available for consultation at the following times: