Nile, Richard

James Cook University and UWA
Richard Nile is a professor of Australian history at James Cook University and senior honorary research fellow at the University of Western Australia.


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    In the last months of his life, 86-year-old Albert Facey became a best-selling author and revered cultural figure following the publication of his autobiography, A Fortunate Life. Released on Anzac Day 1981, it was praised for its “plain, unembellished, utterly sincere and un-self-pitying account of the privations of childhood and youth” (Semmler) and “extremely powerful...Read more