Author archives

Meg Foster

Dr Meg Foster is an award-winning historian of bushranging, settler colonial and public history, and the Mary Bateson Research Fellow at Newnham College, University of Cambridge. Her first book, Boundary Crossers: the hidden history of Australia's other bushrangers charts the lives of Aboriginal, African-American, Chinese and female bushrangers, and will be published with NewSouth in 2022. As well as writing for academic audiences, Meg is a public historian and has a passion for making connections between history and the contemporary world.

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