Barnard, James Alan

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Barnard, James Alan

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  • Dr Alan Barnard

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1928 - 2007

History

Dr Alan Barnard joined the Australian National University as a PhD scholar from 21 May 1952 to 13 August 1955, then became a Research Fellow in the Department of Economic History, Research School of Social Sciences at the ANU from 1 October 1957; promoted to Fellow on 30 September 1960; and Senior Fellow on 1 July 1963. During the 1950s and 1960s his research focus was on the Australian wool industry, particularly the career of Thomas Sutcliffe Mort. His books include The Australian wool market, 1840-1900 (1958) and Visions and profits: studies in the business career of Thomas Sutcliffe Mort (1961).

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Canberra

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economist; historian; researcher

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ANU Department of Economic History, Research School of Social Sciences (1951 - c. 1997)

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Created by Erin Gallant on 17 August 2011; revised on 9 November 2011

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Canberra Times, 21 March 2007
The Australian National University Calendar, 1970
National Library of Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.party-621783 (accessed 9 November 2011)

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