Romain Fathi

I am a cultural historian focusing on the transnational dimension of war and its aftermath in both the Australian and European contexts. My primary research interests focus on the First World War, war commemorations and Australian identity. My next book Our Corner Of The Somme: Australia at Villers-Bretonneux will be published by Cambridge University Press (under contract) by March 2019.

I publish in French and in English and I have taught at several universities, including Sciences Po in France, Yale in the United States and the University of Queensland in Australia. I currently work as a lecturer in History at Flinders University. I am also a Chercheur Associé at the Centre d’Histoire, Sciences Po, Paris.



100 years since the WWI Armistice, Remembrance Day reminds us of the cost of war
9 Nov 2018 | FEATURES |  
tags: anniversaries, commemorations, WWI
The notion of sacrifice became central, but contested.


Explaining the ‘Great War’
4 Sep 2018 | FEATURES |  
tags: history, World War I
The First World War failed to become the “war to end all wars”.


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