This is an event organised by UTAS Centre for Historical Studies
Professor Henry Reynolds, University of Tasmania
Tasmanians in the Boer War: Heroes or War Criminals?
Dr Gavin Daly, University of Tasmania
British Soldiers’ Views of Spanish and Portugese Violence During the Peninsular War, 1808-1814
Associate Professor Stefan Petrow, University of Tasmania
Hatred, Exploitation and Disunity: Tasmania and the Impact of World War One
Dr Peter Edwards, Deakin University
Vietnam at 50: Some Half-century Reflections on Australia's Involvement in the Vietnam War
David Nolan, Caesar and Battle: Making Use of an Ancient Source.
Andrea Gerard, Overlooked and Underrepresented: Tasmanian Aboriginal Soldiers in the First World War.
Anne Green, ‘Real Danger Spots‟: The Home Front in Northern Tasmania During World War Two.
Dr Kristyn Harman, University of Tasmania
“Too poor to send regular letters and gift parcels”: the provision of comforts to Aboriginal Soldiers in the AIF in WWII
Mr Ian Terry, TMAG and Mr Steve Thomas, Roar Film
The Suspense is Awful: Commemorating World War 1 at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
This panel will be followed by the screening of a few short sequences of film.