How writing an entry for a supplementary volume in the Australia Dictionary of Biography uncovered an extraordinary family story.
Establishing national borders has long been an inexact science, writes Dr Imogen Wegman.
‘Your government makes us go’: the hidden history of Chinese Australian women at a time of anti-Asian immigration laws.
Coordinator of the Diploma of Family History at the University of Tasmania, Kate Bagnall, turns her attention closer to home.
Early Tasmanian land charts contain some fascinating details, if you know where to look.
We cannot understand the Christchurch massacre without comprehending the Australian context, writes Professor Nicole L. Asquith.
Associate Professor Dr Meredith Nash and Dr Robyn Moore explore ways to make Antarctic research more inclusive.
National renewal is on hold while the government focuses on this weekend’s election
The general idea is to create jobs while rebuilding societies
Part of series on key figures in Australian political history
Secondary school textbooks teach our kids that Aboriginal Australians were nomadic
What is needed is the abandonment of a system built on racial superiority