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Book Chapters
– Arrow, Michelle and Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘Love Is In The Air?: Romantic Love in Australian Popular Music’ in Hsu-Ming Teo (ed.) Romantic Love In Australian Popular Culture (forthcoming 2014)

Articles
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘”Sheilas and Pooftas”: Hyper-heteromasculinity in 1970s Australian Popular Music Cultures,’ Limina: A Journal for Historical and Cultural Studies Vol. 20, No. 2 (2014): http://www.limina.arts.uwa.edu.au/volumes/20.2/hawkings
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘Paul Keating’s Creative Nation: a policy document that changed us,’ The Conversation, Thursday 30th October 2014: https://theconversation.com/paul-keatings-creative-nation-a-policy-document-that-changed-us-33537
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘Why the Coalition’s victory is a pain in the arts,’ FasterLouder, Friday 20th September 2013: http://www.fasterlouder.com.au/opinions/36999/Why-the-Coalitions-victory-is-a-pain-in-the-arts
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘Art For (High) Art’s Sake,’ Australian Policy and History (September 2013): http://aph.org.au/art-for-high-art%E2%80%99s-sake
– Hawkings, Rebecca. “‘The Light On The Hill’: Chifley, Keating, and a new interpretation of Labor Party rhetoric,” NEO : journal for higher degree research in the social sciences and humanities, Vol. 5, (2012), pp. 1-13.

Conference Papers
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘”Australia’s answer to Nirvana are going through some changes”: Silverchair’s Neon Ballroom and the queered masculinity of Australian post-grunge rock music.’ International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM-ANZ) Annual Conference, 5th-7th December, 2014, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘”Sheilas and Pooftas”: Hyper-Heteromasculinity in 1970s Australian Music Cultures.’ 9th Annual Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies Conference, 20th June 2014, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia.
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘”More Arse Than Class”: Unpacking the ‘Oz’ in ‘Oz Rock’.’ Modern History HDR Conference, 13th June 2014, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘”You only get two days as an Australian to be patriotic – Australia Day and Homebake”: Australian music festivals and cultural nationalism, from Sunbury to Soundwave,’ Tethering The Past, 28th – 29th November 2013, University of Sydney, Australia
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘”Nirvana In Pyjamas”: Australian Post-Grunge Rock Music and National Identity Narratives, 1994-1999,’ Royal Australian Historical Society ‘History Is Hot’ series, 9th October 2013, History House, Sydney, Australia.
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘”It proved to be my nemesis”: ABBA, Australia, and reading (inter)national identity in Australian popular music,’ Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference, 24th – 26th June 2013, Brisbane, Australia.
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘”It proved to be my nemesis”: ABBA, Australia, and reading (inter)national identity in Australian popular music,’ Modern History HDR Conference, 24th May 2013, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘”(You Know You Make Me Wanna) Shout!”: Australian Music’s Counter-Discourse of National Identity,’ NewMac Conference, 2nd March 2013, University of Newcastle, Australia.
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘Pop Culture and Politics in Australia, 1950-2007: A Literature Review,’ Modern History HDR Conference, 18th May 2012, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
– Hawkings, Rebecca. ‘Like Banquo’s Ghost: Chifley, Keating, and Labor Party rhetoric,’ Macquarie University Honours and Higher Degree Research Arts Conference, 18th November 2011, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.

Professional Membership
International Association for the Study of Popular Music
Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand
Australian Historical Association

Public History Engagement
Attendant, ‘Yellow House Pop-Up Art Gallery’ for the History Council of NSW, History Week 2013

Awards and Grants
Australian Postgraduate Award, 2013-2015 ($27,635/year)
NSW National Council of Women’s 2012 Australia Day Award for academic achievement ($3,000)

Editorial Boards
President, History In The Making Journal, October 2014 – current
Vice President, History In The Making Journal, November 2013 – October 2014
History In The Making Journal, September 2013 – current

Scholarly Editing
Editor, History In The Making Journal Vol. 3 No. 2 (Issue 6)
Editor, History In The Making Journal Vol. 3 No. 1 (Issue 5)
Editor, History In The Making Journal Vol. 2 No. 2 (Issue 4)

Reviewing
Reviewer, History In The Making Journal Vol. 2 No. 2 (Issue 4)
Reviewer, History In The Making Journal Vol. 2 No. 1 (Issue 3)

Marking and Teaching
Tutor, ‘MHIS114: The World Since 1945: An Australian Perspective,’ Macquarie University, Semester Two, 2014
Tutor, ‘MHIS115: Introduction to Big History,’ Macquarie University, Semester One, 2014
Co-Convenor (casual), ‘HST220: War and Peace in World History,’ Macquarie University / Open University Australia, Session Four, 2013
Marker, ‘HST370: From the Beats to Big Brother: Popular Culture Since the 1950s,’ Macquarie University / Open University Australia, Session Three 2013
Marker, ‘HST310: Twentieth Century Europe,’ Macquarie University / Open University Australia, Session Two 2013
Marker, ‘HST220: War & Peace In World History,’ Macquarie University / Open University Australia, Session Two 2013

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