Professor Carl Bridge
Professor of Australian Studies
Tel +44 (0)20 7848 7392
Address Menzies Centre for Australian Studies & Department of History
King's College London
3.08 Chesham Building
London WC2R 2LS
Research interests and PhD supervision
I am a graduate of the University of Sydney and Flinders University. I taught History at Flinders and the University of New England before being appointed to the University of London as Director of the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies in 1997. Since 2014 I have been Professor of Australian History at King's. I have held visiting fellowships at Clare Hall and Churchill College, Cambridge, the National Library of Australia and the Australian Prime Ministers' Centre, Canberra.
- Australian political, diplomatic and military history
- Australian historiography
- The history of the British Empire and the British World
For more details, please see Carl's full research profile.
- Australia Goes to Washington (ANUP, 2016)
- William Hughes (Haus, 2011)
- A Delicate Mission. The Washington Diaries of R.G. Casey, 1940-2 (NLA, 2008)
- Australia and the United Kingdom, 1960-75 (DFAT, 2010)
- The British World (Cass, 2003)
For a complete list of publications, please see Carl's full research profile.
Expertise and public engagement
Australian history; history of the British World; war in the Pacific; history of the second world war.
Mr Murdoch Goes to War (BBCTV, 2015)
The Cheltenham Festival, Gallipoli Panel (2015)
BBC commentary on the Prince of Wales's visit to Gallipoli, 2015
The Menzies Era (ABCTV, 2016)
Natural History Museum Podcast on the Spearing of Governor Phillip (2013)
Invited Lectures at the Royal College of Defence Studies, Reform Club, the House of Commons and the Canadian Embassy, Berlin.