Research Fellowships, Grants, and Projects
2018-2020 ARC Discovery Grant 2018-20 ‘Managing migrants and border control in Britain and Australia, 1901-1981’, A. Varnava, M. Marmo, E. Richards & A. Dukova (PI), Flinders University
British and Australian border control policies between 1900 and 1981 and their treatment of certain migrant groups they perceived as ‘undesirable’ or ‘deviant’. This project offers insights into how past historical policies and practices can echo contemporary practices to those formulating contemporary immigration policies and practices in both countries.
2018-2019 State Library Queensland, Research Fellow
The project, Queensland Police and the Great War Effort, connects the police and war service stories and histories of the men who left the Queensland Police Force (QPF) active duty to volunteer in the Australian Imperial Forces (AIF), 1914-1918. www.qanzac100police.com.au
2017 Harry Gentle Resource Centre, Griffith University, Visiting Fellow
Policing a Colonial Metropolis: From Moreton Bay to Brisbane, aggregated historical information regarding the key aspects of town life and policing of Brisbane settlement in its transition years, 1830s to 1859.
2016-2017 Policing Colonial Brisbane, Brisbane City Council
Policing Colonial Brisbane, utilised departmental, judicial, governmental and vital statistics and documents, to recreate the history of colonial police and the policed.
2014-2015 Griffith Criminology Institute, Research Fellow
The history of the criminal trial in Australia, the core of the Australian criminal justice system.
2012-2013 University of Toronto, Canada, Postdoctoral Fellow
Dukova, Anastasia. Queensland Police in the Great War: A Compendium. Queensland Police Museum, 2021.
Dukova, Anastasia. To Preserve and Protect: Policing Colonial Brisbane. University of Queensland Press, 2020.
Dukova, Anastasia. A History of the Dublin Metropolitan Police and Its Colonial Legacy. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
Dukova, Anastasia (revision), H. J. Gibbney, ‘Armit, William Edington (de Marguerittes) (1848–1901)’, Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, ANU, 2017
Dukova, Anastasia. ‘The Dublin Metropolitan Police and the Colonial Legacies of Irish Policing’. Century Ireland, June 2019.
Smith, Evan & Anastasia Dukova, ‘ASIO and the Monitoring of Irish Republicanism in Australia during the “Troubles”, Australian Journal of Politics & History, 2020.
Dukova, Anastasia. “Policing the Lockout: the role of the DMP”. History Ireland, XXI, No. 4, 2013, 32–3.
Dukova, Anastasia. “The Great Strike”, Garda Gazette. An Garda Síochána Historical Society, Summer 2011.
Friends of Queensland Police Museum, Book Publication Subsidy , $3,000 (2020)
Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation Fellowship, State Library Queensland, $15,000 (2018-2019)
ARC Discovery Grant 2018-20 ‘Managing migrants and border control in Britain and Australia, 1901-1981’, A. Varnava, M. Marmo, E. Richards & A. Dukova (PI), $206,531 (2018-2020)
Harry Gentle Research Centre Visiting Fellowship $5,000 (2017)
Lord Mayor’s Helen Taylor Research Award for Local History, Brisbane City Council $20,000 (2016-2017)
Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Toronto $27,500 (2012-2013)
IRC Postgraduate Scholarship, University of Dublin, Trinity College €80,000 (2008-2011)