PhD Graduate, United States Studies Centre
Elizabeth Ingleson was awarded a PhD in history in March 2017, having studied at both the US Studies Centre and the Department of History at the University of Sydney. Her research examines the rapprochement between the United States and China from 1972 until 1979, focusing upon the economic and cultural ties established in this period.
Elizabeth holds a First-Class Honours degree from the University of New South Wales and was a recipient of an 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.
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...