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Monash Experts: ANZAC Day

April 23, 2019 Lifestyle News No Comments Email Email

Monash University experts are available to discuss the following topics:

Australian memories of WWI; Politics of ANZAC Day; commemorating war; Remembering war

Professor Alistair Thomson, School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies

Contact details: To arrange an appointment with Professor Thomson, please contact Monash Media on +61 3 9903 4840 or at

Read more of Alistair’s work on Monash Lens

Prisoners of war; Women’s ANZAC history; Women’s war effort contribution

Professor Christina Twomey, Head of School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies

Contact details: +61 418 290 191 or

Read more of Christina’s work on Monash Lens

The place of sport on ANZAC Day; Language of ANZAC Day

Dr Tom Heenan, School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics

Contact details: +61 439 047 118 or

What can be done to reduce mental illness and suicide in military members transitioning to civilian life?  

Associate Professor Sanjiva Wijesinha, Department of General Practice
Contact details: +61 3 9902 24489 or

Available from April 21.

Commentary on Turkey and Australia relations in the wake of diplomatic stoush between Prime Minister Scott Morrison and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan; Australian ANZAC Day Tourism in Turkey

Dr Aydogan Kars, Coordinator of the Islamic Studies Program and Lecturer in Islamic and Interreligious studies, Centre for Religious Studies

Contact details: +61 414 152 754 or

The art and significance of the bugle call 

Dr Paul Williamson, Professional jazz trumpet musician and Honours Coordinator, Sir Zelaman Cowen School of Music

Contact details: +61 432 711 897 or

War reporting; Reporting of WWIWWI photographyThe Anzac legend and trauma; the Australian War Memorial 

Dr Fay Anderson, School of Media, Film and Journalism

Contact details: +61 430 744 622 or

The experience of Australian school teachers and children during WWI

Dr Rosalie Triolo, Senior Lecturer, Education

Contact details: To arrange an appointment with Dr Triolo, please contact Monash Media at +61 3 9903 4840

The history of the game two-up. How did it become synonymous with Anzac Day yet banned as a form of gambling every other day? 

Dr Charles Livingstone, Head of Gambling and Social Determinants Unit and Senior Lecturer, School of Public Health and Preventative Medicine

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