Dr Fay Anderson is a senior lecturer in Journalism Studies in the School of Journalism, Australian and Indigenous Studies. She is the author of two books, Witnesses to War: The History of Australian Conflict Reporting (2011, co-authored with Richard Trembath) and Max Crawford: An Historian’s Life and the Limits of Academic Freedom (2005). Fay has also published widely on media history, genocide, photography, biography, memory, television, violence and Australian history. She is currently a lead Chief Investigator on the ARC Linkage Grant funded project on the history of Australian press photography with Associate Professor Sally Young, Professor Kate Darian-Smith and Mr Michael Gawenda (University of Melbourne) and in partnership with the National Library of Australia and the Walkley Foundation.
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