DipEd, BTheol, BA(Hons), MEd, PhD
Amanda is a cultural historian whose work also explores intersections with pedagogy, literacy and identity. She has extensive experience as a researcher and educator at the Graduate School of Education at the University of Melbourne, at the Ian Potter Museum of Art (University of Melbourne), the National Gallery of Victoria and in Secondary schools.
Amanda’s current research includes the relationship between Near Eastern archaeology and religious thought in nineteenth century Britain and representations of Jesus in Australian Religious Education curriculum in the mid twentieth century.
She teaches the subjects Culture and Expressions of Belief and Foundations for Religious Education at Pilgrim Theological College.
Amanda is a parishioner of the Anglican Parish of Christ Church, South Yarra, where she is a member of Parish Council. She is also a committee member of the VCE Religion and Society Teachers’ Network and the Education sub-committee of Courage to Care.
Accredited teaching disciplines
- Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne (Honorary Fellow)