An Avondale academic is the inaugural Visiting Historian at the Anzac Memorial in Sydney’s Hyde Park.
A Seventh-day Adventist response to World War I that differed from most churches in Australia preserved church and state loyalty, research by an Avondale professor shows.
We remember their fighting reputation but Anzacs earned it despite a diet bereft of physiological and emotional nourishment, the first systematic study of Great War food provisions shows.
The Anzacs quarantined their wartime exotic food experiences not as the new norm but as a novel other, research by one of our academics shows.
An Anzac commemoration with historian Professor Daniel Reynaud and solo artists as part of the 2020 Avondale Concert Series.
Eliminating spirituality from the national conversation only cheapens the experience of Anzacs who wrestled with belief on the battleground, argues a Great War historian.