Associate Professor Tony Joel is Senior Lecturer in History and Associate Head of School (Teaching and Learning) for the School of Humanities and Social Sciences in the Faculty of Arts and Education. Tony primarily teaches the Holocaust as well as sport in history. He is a recipient of an OLT Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. Tony is part of the Editorial and Management Committee for the Australian Policy and History Network.
His main research interests include the politics of war memory and commemoration and how we cultivate and remember sporting rivalries. Tony’s new research project focuses on the history and memory of sporting triumphs, tragedies, and rivalries. Publications include The Dresden Firebombing: Memory and the Politics of commemorating Destruction and with David Lowe Remembering the Cold War: International Contest and National Stories.