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Michelle Arrow

Michelle Arrow is an award-winning historian based in Sydney. She is an Associate Professor in Modern History at Macquarie University, where she teaches and researches postwar Australian history, the history of popular culture, and the ways history is depicted in television and film. She has won a national award for her university teaching and her two previous books have both been shortlisted for prizes. Michelle has also produced history for radio and television: in 2004, she was a historian–presenter for the ABC TV series Rewind, and in 2013, with Catherine Freyne and Timothy Nicastri, she made the radio documentary Public Intimacies: The Royal Commission on Human Relationships, which won the 2014 Multimedia History Prize in the NSW Premier’s History Awards.

Books from this author
The Seventies
March 2019
WINNER of the 2020 Ernest Scott Prize for History Shortlisted for the 2020 NSW Premier's Literary Awards  Douglas Stewart Prize for Non-fiction