Macintyre, Stuart (Forbes)
MACINTYRE, Stuart (Forbes)
MACINTYRE, Stuart (Forbes). Australian, b. 1947. Genres: History, Politics/Government. Career: Murdoch University, Perth, Australia, tutor in history, 1976; Cambridge University, England, research fellow at St. John's College, 1977-78; Murdoch University, lecturer in history, 1979; University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia, lecturer, 1980-84, senior lecturer, 1984-86, reader in history, 1987-90, Ernest Scott Professor of History, 1991-, dean of faculty of arts, 1999-. Publications: A Proletarian Science: Marxism in Britain, 1917-1933, 1980; Little Moscows, 1980; Militant: The Life and Times of Paddy Troy, 1983; Winners and Losers: The Pursuit of Social Justice in Australian History, 1985; The Oxford History of Australia, Volume IV, 1986; The Labour Experiment, 1989; A Colonial Liberalism: The Lost World of Three Victorian Visionaries, 1991; A History for a Nation: Ernest Scott and the Making of Australian History, 1994; The Reds, 1998; Concise History of Australia, 1999. EDITOR: Ormond College Centenary Essays, 1983; Making History, 1984; Foundations of Arbitration: The Origins and Effects of State Compulsory Arbitration, 1989; The Discovery of Australian History, 1995. Address: Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC 3052, Australia.