Craig Johnston has a PhD in History from the University of Edinburgh and lived and worked in Edinburgh for most of the 1990s.
His PhD looked at Scottish national identity and the broader issues of construction of identity and nationalism.
While in Scotland he was a volunteer for the Yes campaign during the 1997 referendum to establish the Scottish Parliament.
He is an occasional guest on both ABC and BBC radio commenting on British and Australia politics.
When not deconstructing national myths, he has a more than passing interest in wine.
Articles written by Craig Johnston (4)
- 6 May 2015 | After the referendum: How Scotland is shaping the British General Election
- 9 March 2015 | The Queensland election: How Labor – and the LNP – defied the odds
- 18 September 2014 | An independent Scotland?
- 12 May 2014 | Penfolds Grange: Australian icon