Carol Bunyan, Bill Gammage, Seumas Spark, Ken Inglis and Jay Winter
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Carol Bunyan studied history at the Australian National University, and later was a public servant. She was born in Hay; this link led to her interest in researching the Dunera story. Her association with Ken Inglis began when they met at... Read More
Bill Gammage was a student, colleague and friend of Ken Inglis. He studied at the Australian National University, and taught Australian and Pacific history at the universities of Papua New Guinea and Adelaide. Read More
Dr Seumas Spark is an Adjunct Fellow in History at Monash University Read More
Ken Inglis (1929–2017) was an Adjunct Professor at Monash University, and Emeritus Professor at the Australian National University. He was one of Australia’s most admired and warmly regarded historians. Read More
Jay Winter is Charles J. Stille Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University, and Honorary Professor at the Australian National University. He is a historian of the First World War. Read More
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