On this page you will find recent articles, podcasts, interviews and videos, featuring members of the Modern Monarchy in Global Research Hub.

Recent Media Engagements

Platinum Jubilee on BBC Newsday, Singapore

On Monday 7 February - Dr Cindy McCreery was interviewed by Karishma Vaswani on BBC Newsday. to explore how the historic anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's reign was being perceived in former British colonies.

(Video courtesy of BBC Singapore)

Platinum Jubilee on ABC Weekend Breakfast

On Sunday 6 February - Dr Cindy McCreery was interviewed by Johanna Nicholson and Fauziah Ibrahim on ABC's Weekend Breakfast. They discussed the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, how the monarchy interacts with the media, and what the future may hold for the monarchy in a post-Queen Elizabeth II era.

(Video courtesy of ABC Australia)

 

Under Investigation: Operation London Bridge

Wednesday 9 February - Dr Cindy McCreery will appear as a panellist on the Channel 9 program "Under Investigation". The panel discuss Operation London Bridge – the secret plan for the days after the Queen’s death and the crowning of King Charles III. Will the monarchy survive Queen Elizabeth II? Would her death prompt Australia to become a republic?

This program will air at 9:00pm AEDT on Wednesday 9 February on Channel 9. It will later be available to stream via 9Now

(Images and video courtesy of Channel 9)

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Dr Cindy McCreery appearing on Under Investigation

Podcast:

The Longest Constitution with Priya Mirza

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Digital Seminar Series

The Modern Monarchies in Global Perspectives Research Hub will be hosting a series of online seminars. Join us as experts tackle key issues in the research of modern monarchies.

These FREE Seminars will be hosted online, via Zoom.

Our next Seminar will be held on Friday the 10th of June 2022, at 8:00am GMT (9am Barcelona time/8pm Sydney time).

Our speaker will beTeresa Segura-Garcia, (Juan de la Cierva Postdoctoral Fellow, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) speaking on: Education and intimacy in the Indian court: Princely pupils and British tutors in late nineteenth-century western India

Please register via Eventbrite Please email Robert Aldrich with any queries

You can download the full seminar schedule here.

Seminar Four, 10 June 2022

Teresa Segura-Garcia (Juan de la Cierva Postdoctoral Fellow, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)

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Contacts

Dr Cindy McCreery
Department of History, A18 Brennan MacCallum Building, University of Sydney
+61 2 9351 4133 +61 (0)2 9351 3918 cindy.mccreery@sydney.edu.au