Ian J. McNiven, Monash University Last month, Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull visited the Gunditjmara community … Continue reading The detective work behind the Budj Bim eel traps World Heritage bid
In late November 2016, scholars from Australia and around the world gathered at Monash University’s … Continue reading A Laconic Colloquium at NCAS
Monash academic and leading scholar in the field of cross-cultural history Professor Bain Attwood presented the 2016 … Continue reading Professor Bain Attwood gives Returning Harvard Lecture
“Democracy wasn’t granted in the 1850s and late 19th century simply because some wise politicians … Continue reading Death or Liberty tours in London, Dublin and Wales
If prizes were given out for the enthusiasm with which nations commemorate the centenary of the Great War, Australia would be first by a long shot. Dr Carolyn Holbrook looks at ‘Brandzac’.
For the first time in Australia, stories of Turkish soldiers will be told alongside those of Anzac soldiers in a bilingual exhibition at Monash Univeristy about the Gallipoli experience. The exhibition has been curated by Dr Azer Banu Kemaloğlu, of Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University.
Join us this Remembrance Day for the launch of – World War One: A History in 100 Stories – a path-breaking social history written by Monash historians Professor Bruce Scates, Rebecca Wheatley and Laura James.
Nicholas Ferns, PhD candidate in History September 16 marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment … Continue reading PNG marks 40 years of independence, still feeling the effects of Australian colonialism
A prestigious scholarship supporting archival history has been awarded to PhD candidate Mia Spizzica. Ms … Continue reading Monash researcher wins esteemed history scholarship
The ABC has commissioned a television documentary adaptation of Dr Tony Moore’s 2010 history Death or … Continue reading Death or Liberty
by Alistair Thomson Sometimes you can’t write the history that needs to be told. In … Continue reading Searching for Hector Thomson – Anzac Memories Revisited