Graeme Davison AO is Professor Emeritus at Monash University and one of Australia’s leading historians. He has written widely on Australian urban and cultural history and on the public uses of history. His books include The Rise and Fall of Marvellous Melbourne, which won the Ernest Scott Prize, The Unforgiving Minute: How Australia Learned to Tell the Time, The Use and Abuse of Australian History, Car Wars: How the Car Won Our Hearts and Conquered Our Cities, which won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for Non-fiction, University Unlimited: The Monash Story (with Kate Murphy), Lost Relations: Fortunes of My Family in Australia’s Golden Age and, as co-editor, The Oxford Companion to Australian History.
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