Associate Professor Martin Crotty

Associate Professor

School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
m.crotty@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 53288

Overview

Associate Professor Martin Crotty’s research interests include war and Australian society, sports history, masculinity, and education.

Associate Professor Martin Crotty studied in New Zealand before moving to Australia to undertake postgraduate studies at Monash University and the University of Melbourne. After four years of teaching History at the University of Newcastle in NSW, he took up his current position teaching History at the University of Queensland in early 2003. He has since served as the Deputy Dean of the Graduate School and is the current Head of School for the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry.

Martin's major publications include Making the Australian Male: Middle-Class Masculinity, 1870-1920 (1901) and a variety of journal articles, book chapters and edited collections, including The Great Mistakes of Australian History (2006), Turning Points in Australian History (2008) and Anzac Legacies: Australians and the Aftermath of war (2010). He has supervised widely, and has seen some fifteen M.Phil and PhD students through to completion.

Qualifications

  • PhD in History, University of Melbourne
  • MA History, Monash University
  • B.Comm/BA(Hons), University of Canterbury

Publications

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Supervision

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Crotty, Martin (2016). The RSL and post-World War I returned soldier violence in Australia. In Robert Mason (Ed.), Legacies of violence: rendering the unspeakable past in modern Australia (pp. 185-198) Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books.

  • Ariotti, Kate and Crotty, Martin (2016). The role of sport for Australian POWs of the Turks during the First World War. In Martin Crotty and Robert Hess (Ed.), Sport, War and Society in Australia and New Zealand (pp. 68-80) Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge.

  • Crotty, Martin (2015). Social conflict and control, protest and repression (Australia). In Ute Daniel, Peter Gatrell, Oliver Janz, Heather Jones, Jennifer Keene, Alan Kramer and Bill Nasson (Ed.), 1914-1918-online: international encyclopedia of the First World War (pp. 1-13) Berlin, Germany: Freie Universitat Berlin. doi:10.15463/ie1418.10605

  • Crotty, Martin (2012). Melbourne in microcosm. In Keir Wotherspoon and Erik Ropers (Ed.), Written into history: celebrating fifty years of the Melbourne Historical Journal, 1961-2011 (pp. 313-315) Melbourne, Australia: University of Melbourne, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies.

  • Crotty, Martin and Larson, Marina (2010). Introduction: The many faces of return. In Martin Crotty and Marina Larson (Ed.), Anzac Legacies: Australians and the Aftermath of War (pp. 1-16) North Melbourne, Vic., Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

  • Crotty, Martin (2010). Queenslanders who fought in the Great War. In Roslyn Follett (Ed.), Found in Fryer: Stories from the Fryer Library Collection (pp. 82-83) Brisbane: University of Queensland Library.

  • Crotty, Martin (2010). The returned sailors' and soldiers' imperial league of Australia, 1916-1946. In Martin Crotty and Marina Larson (Ed.), Anzac legacies: Australians and the aftermath of war (pp. 166-186) North Melbourne, Vic., Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

  • Crotty, Martin A. (2009). 25 April 1915 australian troops land at gallipoli: Trial, trauma and the 'birth of the nation'. In Martin A. Crotty and David Andrew Roberts (Ed.), Turning points in Australian history (pp. 100-114) Sydney, NSW, Australia: University of New South Wales Press.

  • Crotty, Martin (2009). Scouts down under: Scouting, militarism and "manliness" in Australia, 1908-1920. In Nelson R. Block and Tammy M. Proctor (Ed.), Scouting frontiers: Youth and the Scout movement's first century (pp. 74-88) Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

  • Crotty, Martin A. (2008). Constructing whiteness in the Australian adventure story, 1875-1920. In Moreton-Robinson, Aileen, Casey, Maryrose and Nicoll, Fiona (Ed.), Transnational whiteness matters (pp. 133-146) Lanham, U.S.: Lexington Books.

  • Crotty, Martin A. and David Andrew Roberts (2008). Introduction. In Crotty, Martin A. and David Andrew Roberts (Ed.), Turning points in Australian history (pp. 1-17) Sydney NSW, Australia: University of New South Wales Press Ltd.

  • Crotty, M. A. (2007). Masculinity, Civics and War: From the Public Schools to the RSL. In Allen, M. and Dhawan. R. K. (Ed.), Intersections: Gender, Race and Ethnicity in Australasian Studies (pp. 37-54) Janakpuri, New Delhi: Prestige Books.

  • Crotty, Martin and Roberts, David Andrew (2006). Introduction: Contemplating the Role of Mistakes in Australia's Past. In M. Crotty and D.A. Roberts (Ed.), The Great Mistakes of Australian History 1 ed. (pp. 1-13) Sydney: UNSW Press.

  • Crotty, Martin A. (2006). Naive militarism: Australian's World War I generation. In Martin Crotty and David Andrew Roberts (Ed.), The Great Mistakes of Australian History (pp. 108-122) Sydney, NSW, Australia: UNSW Press.

  • Crotty, M. A. (2004). Pointing the Way - Antipodean Responses to J.A. Mangan's Athleticism and Related Studies: Scotch College, Melbourne, in the Inter-War Years. In Scott A. G. M. Crawford (Ed.), 'Serious sport' J.A. Hangan's Contribution to the History of Sport 1st ed. (pp. 64-81) Great Britain: Frank Cass.

  • Crotty, M. A. and Eklund, E. (2003). Introduction: Why History?. In Martin Crotty and Erik Eklund (Ed.), Australia to 1901: Selected readings in the making of a Nation 1 ed. (pp. 1-8) Victoria: Tertiary Press.

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Crotty, Martin (2008). The Rise, Fall and Rise of the RSL, 1916-1946. In: Martin Crotty, When the Soldiers Return: November 2007 Conference Proceedings. When the Soldiers Return, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, (218-227). 28-30 November 2007.

  • Crotty, Martin (2007). Constructing Whiteness in the Australian Adventure Story, 1875-1920. In: L. Boucher and K. Ellinghaus, Historicising Whiteness: Transnational Perspectives on the Construction of an Identity. Historicising Whiteness Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (253-259). 22-24 November, 2006.

Edited Outputs

Other Outputs

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

Completed Supervision