1962-1997: Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Reader (History Department, ANU); 1970: Fulbright Visiting Fellow (Stanford and Princeton); 1975-1976 (April-April): Inaugural Exchange Lecturer, Australia-China Cultural Exchange Agreement (East China Normal University (Huadong), Shanghai); 1990: Academic Visitor (London School of Economics and Political Science; 1996: Visiting Fellow (Center of International Studies, Princeton; 1998-2000: Visiting Fellow (Department of Economic History, ANU); 2001-2011: Visiting Fellow (ANU NEC).
1955:Victorian Rhodes Scholarship; 1970: Fulbright Grant (Stanford and Princeton); 1991: ANU Faculties Research Fund Grant (Research at Federal Reserve Bank, New York on Papers of Benjamin Strong; at Morgan Library, N.Y, on Papers of J.P. Morgan Jr; and at Amherst, Columbia, Harvard and Yale on Papers of Morgan Partners); 1992:SARC Grant: The Movement for Radical Social Reform Arising From the War of 1939-1945.
Past Member ( and President, 1984--6) of the Australian Association of European Historians. Convened the Biennial Conference of the AAEH at ANU, Canberra, May 1986.
Convened the International Symposium: ‘The European and Australian Far Right: Pathology and Prospects’, National Europe Centre, ANU, Canberra, August 2004.
Full-year undergraduate courses on (i) Modern Revolutions: France and Germany; (ii)Modern Revolutions: Russia and China; (iii) Social and Political Crises in Twentieth Century Western Europe: France, Germany and Spain; (iv) From Fascism to Neo-Fascism (via the Cold War, Stalinism and Eurocommunism); (v) Kingdoms, Classes and Cultures in Eighteenth Century Europe; (vi)Revolution, Counter-Revolution and Civil War in France and Spain from 1789 to 1939.
Numerous doctoral and masters theses on topics ranging from (i)the right-wing press in the French Revolution, (ii)Nazi Germany’s mobilisation for war and (iii)to Bill Gammage’s ‘The Broken Years: a Study of the Diaries and Letters of Australian Soldiers in the Great War, 1914-18’.