Honorary Associate, United States Studies Centre
Elizabeth Ingleson is an honorary associate at the United States Studies Centre. She previously taught US foreign policy at the USSC and American history at the University of Sydney’s history department.
She was awarded her PhD in American history from the University of Sydney in 2017. In 2015-16, she was a recipient of the National Fellowship at the University of Virginia's Miller Center. Between January and June 2017, she was based in Guilin, China, where she completed an intensive Mandarin language course.
Elizabeth’s research explores the relationships between trade, politics and labour. Her current book project, Making Made in China: Race, Politics, and Labor in Sino-American Trade 1972-1979, examines these issues through a social and political history of the origins of the contemporary Sino-American trade relationship.
Elizabeth holds a first-class honours degree from the University of New South Wales and was a recipient of the Commonwealth Government’s Australian Postgraduate Award.
Interested in both social and foreign policy, she has worked at the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet in Canberra, and completed internships with the Social Policy Research Centre and UNICEF Australia.
East Asia Forum
There's nothing new about presidential candidates fearmongering over China. PhD candidate Elizabeth Ingleson says President Barack Obama should disregard Republican calls to cancel Chinese President Xi Jinping's official state visit.
USSC honorary associate Elizabeth Ingleson spoke to ABC News about the future prospects of 'Roe v Wade'. The appointment of a new Supreme Court Justice could see the landmark ruling that legalised abortion...
President Donald Trump's “return” to manufacturing is eroding US health, schooling and social support structures, according to Elizabeth Ingleson in her column in The Washington Post's 'Made By History' section.
This workshop was a discussion between Sarah Dunston (University of Sydney) and Elizabeth Ingleson (University of Sydney/University of Virginia) moderated by Dr Sarah Graham (University of Sydney/US Studies Centre).
The American Cultures Workshop...