Manning Clark is a giant of Australia’s cultural landscape. His impact and influence on our history and our way of understanding our history make up a lasting legacy. Mark McKenna is one of Australia’s leading historians. A research fellow in History at the University of Sydney, he is the author of several prize-winning books, essays and articles. Seven years in the making, his biography of Manning Clark is his most ambitious project to date. A sweeping portrait that draws heavily from Clark’s extensive private letters, journals and diaries, McKenna’s biography explored Clark the historian, Clark the believer, Clark the public figure, and Clark the man. It is insightful, compassionate and compelling, and McKenna discusses the book, and the burdens of biography.
Michael Cathcart presents the radio show, Books and Arts Daily for Radio National. He has a background in Australian history and culture, both in writing and teaching. Michael is passionate about the arts and has worked as a theatre director, dramaturge and script editor. He is a regular participant... Read more
Mark McKenna is one of Australia’s leading historians. A research fellow in History at the University of Sydney, he is the author of several prize-winning books, including Looking for Blackfellas’ Point: an Australian History of Place, which won the Douglas Stewart Prize for Non-Fiction and Book... Read more
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