Dr Nadia Gush

Teaching Fellow

Qualifications: BFA, BA(Hons), MA Canterbury, PhD Victoria University

About Me

Nadia specialises in twentieth century New Zealand cultural and women's history, with interests in citizenships and the politics of belonging. Research interests also span the social history of medicine, art history and art theory.

Nadia is currently working on preparing a book on cultural citizenships for publication.

Research Interests and Expertise

I teach in the areas of New Zealand, Australian and Pacific History, Cultural and Art History as well as Public History. Research interests include histories of Britishness and Imperial Culture, histories of material and visual culture, as well as women’s history and the politics of belonging. Significant research includes women’s cultural citizenship in New Zealand. I am currently interested in the politics of emotion in late nineteenth century New Zealand.



'Favourite' Theorist(s)

Pierre Bourdieu, Joan Wallach Scott, Keith Jenkins, James Elkins.

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