AARC Research Fellow, Australian National University

Dr Marigold Black is a Research Fellow at the Australian Army Research Centre and the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University. She has expertise in theories of sovereignty in historical perspective, the history of international law and international orders, and the history and practices of international diplomacy.

Dr Black has completed a PhD with the History Department at the University of Sydney looking at conceptions of sovereignty in the era of the American Declaration of Independence, and a Research Fellowship with the Laureate Research Program in International History examining historical understandings of world economy and freedom of the seas. In her current role, she is researching the dimensions of Australian sovereignty in a new strategic order, the importance of religion in contemporary defence diplomacy and human terrain analysis, and the nature of civil military-relations in Australia.

Experience

  • –present
    AARC Research Fellow, Australian National University