In The Media.
Dr. Gywn McClelland appeared on a panel, Remembering the Atomic Bombs: History, Memory and Politics in Australia, Japan and the Pacific, which was part of the History Council of Victoria’s Making Public Histories series. A recording of the panel was played back on Radio National’s Big Ideas with Paul Barclay. You can listen back here.
Honorary Fellow Roy Hay‘s book, Albert “Pompey” Austin: A man between two worlds, has been reviewed by Braham Dabscheck for The Footy Almanac.
Australian Policy and History.
In APH’s latest opinion piece, Gwenda Tavan, Jayne Persian and Justine Greenwood place the rise of racist incidents directed at people from Asian backgrounds in a historical context and offer an informed and thoughtful answer to the question: what might the Department of Immigration contribute post-COVID 19?
CHRG Seminar Series.
23rd September: Niro Kandasamy and Mia Martin Hobbs.
Title and abstract: TBA.