Keith Windschuttle is an author and publisher who is a frequent contributor to The New Criterion and Quadrant. He is author of The Killing of History: How Literary Critics and Social Theorists Are Murdering Our Past, which is now in its fourth edition from Encounter Books, and five other books on contemporary social issues. His book The Fabrication of Aboriginal History, Volume One, Van Diemen's Land 1803-1847, will be published by Macleay Press, Sydney, in November. He is publisher of Macleay Press, Sydney. He is a graduate in history from the University of Sydney and in politics from Macquarie University. He is a former academic who taught history, social policy and media studies the University of New South Wales and other Australian universities. His principal research interests are in historiography, especially of Australian and American history, and in the theories of history produced in the last two hundred years.
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Features January 2016
International law v. the people
On the effects of international law in Australia.
Features January 2015
An enemy within
How to protect speech when the freedom is abused.
Books December 2014
A nation in retreat
A review of America in Retreat: The New Isolationism and the Coming Global Disorder by Bret Stephens
Features January 2014
Samuel Huntington, civilizations, and what makes the English-speaking people great
Oct 23, 2012
Keith Windschuttle’s paper, presented at the conference hosted by The New Criterion and the Social Affairs Unit, “The Pillars of Liberty: Sustaining the Building Blocks of a Free Society.”
Sep 26, 2011
Historian and author Keith Windschuttle presents his paper, “Pax Americana and What the World Would Lose if the U.S. Declined.”