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Beyond Gallipoli: New Perspectives on Anzac

CONTENTS

Contributors

Introduction: Beyond Gallipoli – New Perspectives on Anzac

Raelene Frances and Bruce Scates

PART 1: CHALLENGING HISTORIES

Chapter 1

The Myths of Gallipoli

Robin Prior

Chapter 2

Between Memory and History: Remembering Johnnies, Mehmets and the Armenians

Jenny Macleod and Gizem Tongo

PART 2: MEDIAS OF REMEMBRANCE

Chapter 3

What’s the Story?: Journalism Ethics and the Anzac Centenary

Sharon Mascall-Dare and Matthew Ricketson

Chapter 4

Uncanny Valleys and Anzac Avatars: Scaling a Postdigital Gallipoli

Tom Sear

Chapter 5

Commentary: The New War Ecology

Andrew Hoskins

PART 3: LITERARY REPRESENTATIONS

Chapter 6

Traitor/Traitor?

Peter Pierce

Chapter 7

The ‘Enemy’ at Gallipoli: Perceptions of the Adversary in Turkish, Australian and New Zealand Literatures

A. Candan Kirişci

PART 4: ART, MUSEUMS AND ARTEFACTS

Chapter 8

‘A fine ideal and an imperishable memory’: George Lambert’s Painting ANZAC, the Landing 1915

Janda Gooding

Chapter 9

‘Filling the Void’: Artistic Interpretations of the Empty Battlefield

Paul Gough

Chapter 10

Lest We Forget: Presentation, Commemoration and Memorialisation of the Great War

Kevin Fewster

Chapter 11

Brothers in Arms: Gordon and Robin Harper and the Anatomy of Bravery

Jock Phillips

PART 5: GROUNDING MEMORY – ENCOUNTERS WITH LANDSCAPE

Chapter 12

The Caribou Trail: Commemorating the Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the First World War

Raynald Harvey Lemelin

Chapter 13

Archaeological Landscapes at Gallipoli: The Anzac Area at Arıburnu

Jessie Birkett-Rees

PART 6: ANZACS EARLY DAYS

Chapter 14

Anzac Day’s Early Rituals

Bill Gammage

Chapter 15

The ABC of War: Early Children’s Histories of Anzac

Frank Bongiorno

Index

Beyond Gallipoli: New Perspectives on Anzac

   by Raelene Frances and Bruce Scates