World War One in Australia via The Journal of Australian Studies — A Commemoration

AUSTRALIAN STUDIES -CommemorationThis commemorative issue of The Journal of Australian Studies (JAS) marks the 100-year anniversary of the Gallipoli campaign by revisiting a series of published articles that considered why and how we commemorate Anzac, what we remember, and what is of enduring relevance. The nineteen articles selected for inclusion in this virtual special issue are all available, free-access, via this site until the end of 2015.

The following links offer an introduction to the collection along with an original essay by Australian military-social historian Peter Stanley, which historically and intellectually frames the articles. Contributor notes, as well as a bibliography that serves as a reference guide to further World War One scholarship published by the journal from 1978 to the present, are also provided below.

Contributor Notes

Introduction from Alexandra Dellios and Katherine McCabe

“Australians and the Great War”: An essay by Professor Peter Stanley

Extended Bibliography

Peter-Stanley

Journal of Australian Studies

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