Research associate, Flinders University

D.E.A (Diplôme d 'Etudes Approfondies), ParisX, la Sorbonne, CNAM.
Agrégation de Géographie (externe)
Doctor of Philosophy

Since migrating to Australia, the Paris-educated scholar, teacher and researcher Dr. Dany Bréelle has contributed to research at Flinders University and the University of Adelaide. Dany’s research interests relate to historical and cultural geography. Currently she is working on the scientific and geographical aspects of Matthew Flinders’ voyage in the Investigator, as well as the cartographical and ethnographical aspects of the French voyages to Terra Australis/Australia, including that of Nicolas Baudin. Another of Dany’s research interests focuses on the specific ways in which French geographers’ conceptions and methodologies informed the development of their work in French Indochina.

Experience

  • –present
    Honorary Research Fellow, Flinders University