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Dr. Bart Ziino
|Position||Lecturer in Nineteenth and/or Twentieth Century History|
|Area||School of Humanities and Social Sciences|
|Phone||+61 3 522 72498|
|Role and profile||ARC Postdoctoral Fellow|
|Teaching responsibilities||Trimester 1, 2009. AIH107: World History between the Wars 1919-39|
Australia and the First World War
War and commemoration
Twentieth century Australian history
|Current research projects||A history of the Australian homefront during the First World War, through personal documents.|
A Distant Grief: Australians, War Graves and the Great War (UWA Press, 2007)
‘A kind of round trip: Australian soldiers and the tourist analogy 1914-18’, War & Society, vol. 25 no. 2, October 2006, 39-52.
‘Who Owns Gallipoli? Australia’s Gallipoli anxieties 1915-2005’, Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 88, 2006, 1-12.
‘Mourning and commemoration in Australia: the case of Sir W. T. Bridges and the Unknown Australian Soldier’, History Australia, vol. 4 no. 2, December 2007, 40.1-40.17.
‘Great War, Total War’, in Deborah Gare and David Ritter (eds), Making Australian History: Perspectives on the Past since 1788, Melbourne, Thomson Learning, 2008, pp. 335-44.
with Ai Kobayashi, ‘Cowra Prisoner of War Camp’, in William Logan and Keir Reeves (eds), Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with ‘Difficult Heritage’, Milton Park, Routledge, 2009, pp. 99-113.
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