'Not a satellite of any country’: Gough Whitlam & the US alliance in the era of the ‘new nationalism’

When

12.00pm–1.30pm

27 May 2010

Dr James Curran, Senior Lecturer, Department of History, University of Sydney presented on the topic of 'Not a satellite of any country’: Gough Whitlam & the US alliance in the era of the ‘new nationalism’.

Featuring

  • Professor James Curran
    Professor James Curran
    Non-Resident Senior Fellow, United States Studies Centre and Professor of Modern History, University of Sydney

    James Curran is a Non-resident Senior Fellow at the United States Studies Centre and Professor of Modern History at the University of Sydney. He is a specialist in the history of Australian and American foreign relations. His most recent book, Unholy Fury: Whitlam and Nixon at War, is a study of the Australia-US Alliance from the signing of the ANZUS treaty in 1951 to the early days of the Hawke government.