• As The Water Diviner is released on commercial television and premieres in Los Angeles, researchers at Monash University reveal the identity of the film’s central character. Russell Crowe’s film retraces the footsteps of a grieving father who travels across Turkey, desperate to find his missing sons.  It claims to be based on true events, and tells the Read more
  • The One Hundred Stories are a silent presentation. They remember not just the men and women who lost their lives, but also those who returned to Australia, the gassed, the crippled, the insane, all those irreparably damaged by war. The Great War shaped the world as well as the nation. Its memory belongs to us Read more
  • Today Anzac Day is being marked at many different locations all around the world. This survey is part of a project exploring the meaning and history of Anzac Day. It involves researchers in Australia, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Singapore, the United Kingdom, France and Turkey and will mark the Centenary of the Gallipoli Landing. Simply, the purpose of the Read more
  • Are you confused about the word ‘Anzac’? Do you need access to key dates and facts about the Gallipoli campaign? Are you a journalist covering Anzac Day this year? The 2015 edition of the Anzac Day Media Style Guide is now available. The guide is independent, with an editorial advisory board drawn from academia and the media. Read more