Henry Reynolds is one of Australia’s most recognised historians. He grew up in Hobart and was educated at Hobart High School and the University of Tasmania. In 1965, he accepted a lectureship at James Cook University in Townsville, which sparked an interest in the history of relations between settlers and Aboriginal people. In 2000, he took up a professorial fellowship at the University of Tasmania. His pioneering work has changed the way we see the intertwining of black and white history in Australia. His books with NewSouth include The Other Side of the Frontier (reissue), What’s Wrong with Anzac? (as co-author), Forgotten War, which won the Victorian Premier’s Literary Prize; Unnecessary Wars; This Whispering in Our Hearts Revisited and most recently Truth-telling: History, Sovereignty and the Uluru Statement.