Anna Lebovic is a historian of modern America, with a particular interest in gender, consumer culture and national identity in the postwar period. She also has broad research interests in the history of fashion and the media.
In 2014, she received her PhD from The University of Sydney. Her dissertation, entitled America in Vogue: Refashioning National and Transnational Culture, is the first comprehensive academic history of America’s pre-eminent fashion magazine in the postwar period. Her research has been supported by several awards, including the John Frazer Traveling Scholarship and the Australian Postgraduate Award, and she is currently rewriting her dissertation as a monograph.
Anna also received her BA (Hons. I) at The University of Sydney, and is a Research Associate at the United States Studies Centre where she lectures in American Studies.