Dr Meighen McCrae
DPhil (Oxon), MA (University of Calgary), BA (Carleton University)
Meighen McCrae is a Lecturer in the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University. An historian of international history and the history of war, her main research areas are the way coalitions fight, notions of victory, and how individuals think about future war during periods of conflict or great international tension.
Dr McCrae teaches at both the Australian War College and the Acton campus of ANU. Previously she was a lecturer in military history, strategic studies, and intelligence studies as well as the Deputy-Director of the Centre for Intelligence and International Security Centre in the International Politics Department, Aberystwyth University. She has also taught for King’s College London at the Joint Services Command and Staff College and for the University of Oxford.
She holds a DPhil (PhD) from the University of Oxford. Her most recent publication is with Cambridge University Press’ Military Histories Series (UK). Dr McCrae is also the HDR (Higher Degree Research) Convenor in SDSC.
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