Professor Ann McGrath has made a career of writing history, for academic as well as public audiences. She has lectured at the University of New South Wales, been a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Cross Cultural Research at the Australian National University, and served as Program Director of Society and Nation at the National Museum. Professor McGrath is currently the director of the Australian Centre for Indigenous History at the ANU and co-author, with Ann Curthoys, of How to write history that people want to read (UNSW Press). Ann McGrath addressed The Sydney Institute on Monday 28 October 2009.
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