Bachelor of Arts, Australian National University, 2019
Anthony joined Menzies in September 2019 and currently works on the Alcohol and Other Drugs Harm Minimisation team. He is currently involved in projects regarding alcohol-treatment services and the higher education aspirations and participation of Indigenous Australian men. Prior to working with Menzies, Anthony undertook research with the Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education in Canberra, which focused on the influence of masculine social norms on the alcohol consumption patterns of undergraduate men.
In 2019, he was awarded the Public History Prize by the Professional Historians Association NSW & ACT for his essay Taking Centre Stage: Indigenous Australian Activism and Popular Music in the 1980s. Anthony is currently an Assistant Editor with the ANU Historical Journal II.
- Higher Education aspirations, participation and achievement of Australian Indigenous males
New research is showing how Facebook can be useful to develop broader understandings of health literacy among young Aboriginal males in the Northern Territory.
The Freemasons Centre for Male Health and Wellbeing (FCMHW) is set to launch in the Northern Territory
The research alliance will initially involve Masonic Charities, Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies), the University of Adelaide, Flinders University and the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, with the potential for other groups to join in future.
Uncle Mick and Jesse John Fleay met with Professor James Smith and his team at Menzies School of Research in Darwin.
- Merlino, A., (2019). Bottled Masculinity: How perceived masculine norms influence the alcohol consumption behaviours of undergraduate males and what we can do about it. Canberra, Australia: Foundation for Alcohol Research & Education.
- Merlino, A., (2019). Review of ‘Deep Time Dreaming: Uncovering Ancient Australia’. ANU Historical Journal II, 1, 225-230.