1. In 1972 I tutored at Macquarie University, in BA first year course, The West in Early Modern Times and Working Class History and Culture in the Nineteenth Century. 1973-74. I was Senior Tutor at Monash University, teaching BA first year course,  ‘The Age of Revolution’ and ‘Landmarks of Modern History’.
  2. 1975-80, I was inaugural lecturer in BA, Humanities and Social Sciences, at the Albury Wodonga Campus of Charles Sturt University, teaching ‘ Western Political History and Theory’, ‘Literature and Culture of the West’ and ‘Literature and Culture of Britain Between Wars.
  • From 1984-88, I was senior lecturer in BA, Communications at the University of Canberra, where I taught the large first year course in Communications and the second year course in the History of Mass Media in the West.
  • From 1988-ANU-1996, as lecturer, senior lecturer and Reader I taught the largest undergraduate BA first first course, Britain and Ireland in the Age of Revolution, and the largest History 4, classes, Literature and Culture Between Wars, and Romanticism and Revolution, …for which was awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Inaugural Prize for Teaching Excellence in 1992.
  • From 1995-2007, while Director of Humanities Research Centre, I taught non-obligatory fourth year History and  forth year Literature Honours Courses,  ‘Literature, Culture and Society Between Wars’.  As a Mellon Visiting Research Professor at California Institute of Technology, I taught the largest 2-3 year course, Man and Machines.
  1. At the University of Sydney, as Professorial Research Fellow, 2007-2015, I taught non-obligatory postgraduate teaching; ‘Exploring New Historical formats’, ‘Writing History’
  2. I have supervised Phd and MA students continually for more than twenty years, averaging four per year, (currently 6). I have never had a student’s thesis referred or failed throughout this time.