Australia-Asia-Pacific Institute (AAPI)
Advisory Board Chair
Professor Peter Stanley
Peter Stanley is Professor in the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society in the Australian Defence Force Academy at the University of New South Wales. From 2007 - 2013 he was Head of the Research Centre at the National Museum of Australia. He is best known as a military social historian and was principal historian at the Australian War Memorial for 20 years. Peter's books include Tarakan: an Australian Tragedy and Quinn's Post, Anzac, Gallipoli. His 2010 book Bad Characters: Sex, Crime, Mutiny, Murder and the Australian Imperial Force was jointly awarded the Prime Minister's Prize for Australian History. He has also written extensively on British imperial history, through The Remote Garrison and White Mutiny, and on medical history in For Fear of Pain: British Surgery 1790-1850. Peter has made many contributions to historical interpretation in print and broadcast media, including the television series Revealing Gallipoli, Captain Cook: Obsession and Discovery, Monash and the 2011 series In Their Footsteps. His next books will be Black Saturday at Steels Creek (Scribe, 2013) and Lost Boys of Anzac (NewSouth, 2014).
Ms Margy Burn
Assistant Director-General, Australian Collections and Reader Services at the National Library of Australia.
Professor Edmund Terence Gomez
Social and Behavioural Science Research Cluster, University of Malaya
Professor Brij V. Lal
Professor of Pacific and Asian History
Deputy Director, School of Culture, History and Language
College of Asia and the Pacific, The Australian National University
Dr Eric Omuru
Cocoa & Coconut Research Institute of Papua New Guinea
Emeritus Professor Peter Reeves
Mr Neville Roach AO
Chairman Emeritus Australia India Business Council.
Professor Graham Seal (Executive Officer)
Director, Australia-Asia-Pacific-Institute (AAPI)