Richard Dunley

Associate Head of School (Undergraduate, Honours & CDF) - Lecturer in History
Deputy Head of School

Dr Richard Dunley is a Lecturer in history in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS), UNSW Canberra. 

Research Interests

  • British naval & strategic policy c.1856-1920
  • British diplomatic history c.1856-1920
  • Development of military technology
  • Archives & record keeping

PUBLICATIONS

Books
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Dunley R, 2018, Britain and the Mine, 1900–1915 Culture, Strategy and International Law, Springer
2018
Book Chapters
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Dunley RE, 2014, '‘“The Most Resistless and Revolutionary Weapon of Naval Warfare that has Ever Been Introduced”: The Royal Navy and the Whitehead Torpedo 1870-1890’', in A Military Transformed? Adaption and Innovation in the British Military, 1792-1945, Helion & Company Limited
2014
Journal articles
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Dunley R, 2020, 'The Archive of the Edwardian Foreign Office: The Archaeology of a Collection and Its Use', Diplomacy & Statecraft, vol. 31, pp. 429 - 449, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09592296.2020.1782672
2020
Dunley R, 2019, 'Anti-Submarine Warfare in the Pre-First World War Royal Navy: A Cultural Failure?', War in History, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0968344518797150
2019
Dunley R, 2017, 'Invasion, raids and army reform: the political context of ‘flotilla defence’, 1903-5', Historical Research, vol. 90, pp. 613 - 635, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1468-2281.12188
2017
Dunley RE, 2016, 'Technology and Tradition: Mine Warfare and the Royal Navy’s Strategy of Coastal Assault 1870-1890', Journal of Military History, vol. 80, pp. 389 - 409
2016
Dunley R, 2015, 'Sir John Fisher and the Policy of Strategic Deterrence, 1904–1908', War in History, vol. 22, pp. 155 - 173, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0968344514521126
2015
Dunley RE, 2015, '"Not intended to act as spies”: The Consular Intelligence Service in Denmark and Germany 1906-1914', International History Review, vol. 37, pp. 481 - 502, https://doi.org/10.1080/07075332.2014.942677
2015
Dunley R, 2015, '‘The warrior has always shewed himself greater than his weapons’: the Royal Navy’s interpretation of the Russo-Japanese War 1904–5', War & Society, vol. 34, pp. 248 - 262, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07292473.2015.1128655
2015
Organisational units
lensSchool of Humanities and Social Sciences
Sub Theme
lensMaritime Security
lensConflict & Society