Articles and Chapters
“Veteran Reflections: Legacies of War in Vietnam at Peace” in The Vietnam War in the Pacific World, eds. Brian Cuddy and Frederik Lovegall, University of North Carolina Press, forthcoming November 2022.
“Why soldiers commit war crimes – and what we can do about it”, Lessons from History: How the Past Can Help Us Solve Our Biggest Problems, eds. Carolyn Holbrook, David Lowe, and Lyndon Megarrity, New South, July 2022.
Extract republished: "Friday essay: why soldiers commit war crimes- and what we can do about it", The Conversation, 1 July 2022.
“Calamity or Commodity? Conceptualizing Security in the Nuclear Debate in Fraser’s Australia”, History Australia, (April 2022): https://doi.org/10.1080/14490854.2022.2057339
“(Un)naming: Agency, Anonymity, and Ethics in Oral Histories with Veteran-Narrators”, Oral History Review, 48:1 (2021), online publication 19 February 2021. https://doi.org/10.1080/00940798.2021.1885982
See an interview I gave to Oral History Review expanding on the ethics explored in the article
‘“We went and did an Anzac job”: Memory, myth, and the Anzac Digger in Vietnam’, Australian Journal of Politics & History, 64:3 (October 2018): 480-97. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajph.12512
Winner, University of Melbourne School of Historical and Philosophical Studies Fellows’ Essay Prize, 2018.