Trembath, Noah Riseman and Richard
Dr Noah Riseman is an Associate Professor in History at Australian Catholic University. He specialises in the history of marginalised social groups in the Australian Defence Force. His first book, Defending Whose Country? Indigenous Soldiers in the Pacific War (2012), was shortlisted for the 2013 Chief Minister’s Northern Territory History Award. Dr Richard Trembath has taught many university courses in a number of disciplines ranging from philosophy to military history. He is the co-author of several books, including Witnesses to War, a landmark chronicle of Australia’s war correspondents. Much of his work involves interviews and oral history. He is currently researching potential subjects for a biography.