BA (Bristol), PGCE (London), MA, PhD (Toronto)
Professor Pat Jalland is an Emeritus Professor of History in the History School at the Research School of Social Sciences, the Australian National University. Professor Jalland continues her research in the history of death, grief and old age, in the broader context of Australian and British social, cultural and medical history, and women's and family history. She has completed her tenth book, a social history of old age in Australia from 1880 to 1980, published by Melbourne University Publishing in 2015.
Emeritus Professor of History, History School, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 2013-
Professor of History (E2), History School, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 1997-2013
Senior Research Fellow, RSSS, Australian National University, 1983-5,1991-2.
Fellow of the Royal History Society
Old Age in Australia: A History, Melbourne University Press, Academic (History) series, Carlton, Victoria, pp. vii + 296 (hb., pb., ebook).
Death in War and Peace. A History of Loss and Grief in England, 1914-1970, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2010, pp. xii + 317.
Changing Ways of Death in Twentieth-Century Australia. War, Medicine and the Funeral Business, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, 2006, pp. x +409. (Queensland Premier's History Award runner-up.)
Australian Ways of Death, a Social and Cultural History, 1840-1918, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 2002, pp. 378.
Death in the Victorian Family, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1996, pb. 1998, pp. 464. (Winner of the 1997 NSW Premier's History Award.)
Women, Marriage and Politics, 1860-1914, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1986, pp. 366. (Winner of the Non-Fiction Prize, 1987 Western Australian Literary Awards.)
The Liberals and Ireland: the Ulster Question in British Politics to 1914, Harvester Press (UK), St.Martins Press (USA), 1980, pp. 304. New edition 1993 by Gregg Revivals, Aldershot, England.