Dr David Dunstan

Senior Lecturer, Graduate Publishing and Editing Program

B.A. (hons) (Mon); PhD (Melb), Grad. Dip. Edit&Pub (RMIT), TSTC (State College Vic,Hawthorn)

David is an Australian university teacher and researcher with many books and published essays to his credit. He is an accredited supervisor of higher degree research at Monash University, an active collaborator in collective research and an historian who has had wide experience in industry, in public administration and journalism. He has taught Australian Studies and Australian History at the University of Melbourne, Deakin, RMIT and Monash universities.

Latest news and opinion articles

Dunstan D., Heenan, T., 2014, Shattering the Bradman myth, The New Daily. View Publication

Dunstan D., Heenan, T., 2013, Through a gap in the Don’s bend, Outlook India. View Publication

Dunstan D., Heenan, T., 2013, Eddie McGuire, Adam Goodes and ‘apes’: a landmark moment in Australian race relations, The Conversation, Australia. View Publication

Dunstan D., Heenan, T., 2013, Boozy boys behind the times, BackPageLead, Australia. View Publication

Dunstan D., Heenan, T., 2013, No declaration so Warnie’s out, BackPageLead, Australia. View Publication

Dunstan D., Heenan, T., 2013, O’Brien a square peg in footy’s round hole, BackPageLead, Australia. View Publication

Dunstan D., Heenan, T., 2013, Bombers counting cost of an ‘unfair’ process, BackPageLead, Australia. View Publication

Dunstan D., Heenan, T., 2013, Sport’s scourge hits our shores, BackPageLead, Australia. View Publication

Radio commentary

Shattering the Don Bradman Myth on Radio Adelaide, 101.5FM.  To listen, click here