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Alan Gregory

Alan Gregory was born in Melbourne, educated at the University of Melbourne (B Com, Dip Ed, M Ed) and Simon Fraser University Canada, (Ph D). He was a teacher in Victorian high schools, then on the staff of the Faculty of Education Monash University for 25 years, including periods as a visiting scholar to several overseas universities. He was made a Member of the Order of Australia 1989 for services to education and the community, was Master of Ormond College, and served on several government boards including the Migration Review Tribunal and Refugee Review Tribunal. He has published widely in the field of economics, education and history, and his recent books include: It’s Only the Game that Counts: A history of Lord Somers Camp and Power House,  The Ever Open Door: A history of the Royal Melbourne Hospital, the centenary history of Melbourne High School Strong Like its Pillars, and books on two principals: Brigadier George Langley, and  William (Bill) M Woodfull.

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Events

Turning Points: Book launch (Melbourne, invitation only)

The East Melbourne Library

Brenda Niall will launch Turning Points: 25 Remarkable Australians and the Moments that Changed Their Lives, edited by Mary Ryllis Clark, to be followed by a panel discussion featuring Margaret Leggatt...

Monash University Publishing will close on Wednesday 21 December and reopen on Tuesday 3 January 2023. The last date for online orders to be shipped is Friday 16 December 2022.