‘Australians and the First World War: Local-Global Connections and Contexts’

Congratulations to James Bennett and Kate Ariotti for the publication of this edited collection, which was launched at the Newcastle conference by Professor Stuart Macintyre. This book contributes to the global turn in First World War studies by exploring Australians’ engagements with the conflict across varied boundaries and by situating Australian voices and perspectives within Read more …

Dodging the Devil: Letters from the Front, Gallipoli, Fromelles and Bullecourt

Nick Brodie has edited the letters and provided the commentary for George Martindale’s Dodging the Devil: Letters from the Front, Gallipoli, Fromelles and Bullecourt (Hardie Grant), which collects messages and photographs Martindale sent to his family in Melbourne documenting his daily life during World War I.

Sites of International Memory Workshop

Sites of International Memory is an interdisciplinary research project based at the Laureate Research Program in International History. This event will bring together major practitioners in the new international history, and the history of memory to discuss the ways in which sites of the international have been important to national histories, and to explore the historical significance of institutional Read more …

Sites of International Memory Workshop

If you are attending the Australian Studies conference in Beijing in July, you are also invited to this workshop that is bringing together major practitioners in the new international history, and the history of memory to discuss the ways in which sites of the international have been important to national histories, and to explore the Read more …