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Australian Journey is a free web-based video series exploring the nation's history, and is the result of a collaboration between Monash University's Faculty of Arts and the National Museum of Australia.
The series is suitable for high school and tertiary students and explores issues including the Australian environment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and history, democracy and citizenship, immigration and multiculturalism, reconciliation and the Anzac legend.
The history of Gallipoli pilgrimages with Susan Carland, Bruce Scates and Rebecca Wheatley.
About the project
Australian Journey was three years in the making, filmed across the length and breadth of the continent and involved more than 50 major cultural institutions. The series was funded by Monash University (with assistance from the National Museum of Australia).
The views expressed in this series are those of the authors and interviewees and do not necessarily reflect the view of their host institutions or the National Museum of Australia. The authors, presenters and interviewees assert moral rights over their work.