Henry Reynolds is one of Australia’s best-known historians, and recipient of countless national awards – most recently the Prime Minister’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction.
His pioneering work The Other Side of the Frontier argued that the settlement of Australia came with a high level of violence and conflict with Aboriginal people, which we have since chosen to ignore.
His new book, Forgotten War, continues the story – and in this special event he will discuss the wars fought on our own soil and why it is important to acknowledge them.
Henry Reynolds spent thirty years at James Cook University in Townsville. He wrote his first article on frontier conflict in 1972.Since then he has published more than twenty books, among them titles such as The Other Side of the Frontier (1981), The Law of the Land (1987), Why Weren’t We Told? (1... Read more
Jeff Sparrow is a writer, editor and broadcaster. His most recent book is No Way But This: In Search of Paul Robeson. He writes a fortnightly column for the Guardian, is part of the Breakfasters team on 3RRR each week day morning and is also an Honorary Fellow at Victoria University. Jeff... Read more
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