Defining Political Terrorism
Emeritus Professor Tony Coady’s latest book, The Meaning of Terrorism (Oxford University Press, 2021), explores competing ways of thinking about political terrorism and its consequences. In …
We Need to Rethink How We Manage Deathcare
Australia’s deathcare system is already showing cracks, but the pressures will only worsen, especially as the baby boomer generation takes us into ‘peak death’. A team …
Performances on the World Stage
A video-recording of the 2021 Greg Dening Memorial Lecture, delivered by Dr Jenny Bulstrode.
Paintings Conservation Fellowship at Harvard Art Museums
After completing a Masters of Cultural Materials Conservation at the University of Melbourne, Ruby Awburn spent two years in the United States as the Richard I …
The UniMelb History Society in 2021
The UniMelb History Society is a student-led club for people who are studying or interested in history. Headed by a committee of passionate history buffs, our …
Return to Vietnam: Mapping American and Australian Veterans’ Journeys
Between 1981 and 2016, thousands of American and Australian veterans returned to Vietnam on journeys of reconciliation, healing and remembrance. Their stories became the focus of …
An Interview with Professor Howard Sankey
The School of Historical and Philosophical Studies is this year pleased to announce Howard Sankey’s promotion to full Professor. Since his arrival at the University of …
Book Conservation in the Twenty-First Century
Camielle Fitzmaurice was recently awarded a George Alexander Foundation Fellowship through the International Specialised Skills Institute. Camielle is a paper and book conservator and graduate of …
Vale Stuart Macintyre (1947–2021): A History Warrior Who Worked for a Better Australia
A tribute by Janet McCalman (republished from The Conversation).
Women & the Plague: The 1919 Spanish Influenza Pandemic in Melbourne
A video recording of Mary Sheehan’s presentation to the SHAPS Fellows & Associates Seminar (September 2021).
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