Jeff Powell

Jeff Powell is the curator at Cobb + Co Branch, Queensland Museum in Toowoomba, where  has clocked up 30 years.  Cobb + Co Museum is the home to a collection of 47 buggies, sulkies, carts and wagons along with Cobb & Co coaches. Accordingly Jeff’s primary area of research is Queensland’s transport history prior to the First World War. Jeff has also conducted research for the Museum’s display program, and contributed to-

  • Toowoomba Never Floods, 2011
  • A Conversation with the Past: The Photographs of AE Roberts, 2012
  • Red Dirt and Grass Stains: Sporting Greats from the Darling Downs, 2014
  • The Beatles Australian Tour 1964, 2014
  • Horse in War, 2015
  • Cobb & Co 150, 2016

 

Projects

Queensland Historical Atlas

Research project synthesising cross-disciplinary approaches in history, environmental studies, archaeology, anthropology and cultural geography to explore 'themes in the landscape' as a means to comprehend the diverse cultural and environmental histories of the State of Queensland.

Queensland Historical Atlas

Research project synthesising cross-disciplinary approaches in history, environmental studies, archaeology, anthropology and cultural geography to explore 'themes in the landscape' as a means to comprehend the diverse cultural and environmental histories of the State of Queensland.

Queensland Historical Atlas

Research project synthesising cross-disciplinary approaches in history, environmental studies, archaeology, anthropology and cultural geography to explore 'themes in the landscape' as a means to comprehend the diverse cultural and environmental histories of the State of Queensland.

Queensland Historical Atlas

Research project synthesising cross-disciplinary approaches in history, environmental studies, archaeology, anthropology and cultural geography to explore 'themes in the landscape' as a means to comprehend the diverse cultural and environmental histories of the State of Queensland.

Queensland Historical Atlas

Research project synthesising cross-disciplinary approaches in history, environmental studies, archaeology, anthropology and cultural geography to explore 'themes in the landscape' as a means to comprehend the diverse cultural and environmental histories of the State of Queensland.

Queensland Historical Atlas

Research project synthesising cross-disciplinary approaches in history, environmental studies, archaeology, anthropology and cultural geography to explore 'themes in the landscape' as a means to comprehend the diverse cultural and environmental histories of the State of Queensland.

Queensland Historical Atlas

Research project synthesising cross-disciplinary approaches in history, environmental studies, archaeology, anthropology and cultural geography to explore 'themes in the landscape' as a means to comprehend the diverse cultural and environmental histories of the State of Queensland.

Position

Harry West Curator of Heritage Trades, Cultures & Histories Program

Qualifications

BA (Griffith)

Grad Dip Local and Applied History (UNE)

MA (Deakin)

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