Roy Hay was recently interviewed by Ian Newton from Radio Adelaide‘s Morning Juice program in relation to indigenous involvement in Australian Rules football in the nineteenth-century. The podcast is now available.
Roy Hay and Athas Zafiris’ article, ‘Indigenous Players Didn’t Invent the Australian Rules But They Did Make It Their Own’, was published by The Conversation recently.
Roy Hay is an Honorary Fellow at Deakin University, where he taught for 25 years, and a partner in Sports and Editorial Services Australia. He describes himself as a Deakin mongrel, because he contributed to 25 different units on a variety of subjects and disciplines for Deakin and the Open University in the UK in that time. His first book, The Origins of the Liberal Welfare Reforms, 1906–1914 is still in print 41 years after publication.