While the political, social and economic consequences of many historical conflicts have been well documented, significant questions remain regarding the legal structures and restrictions introduced prior to or during those hostilities, or the long-term impact of such laws. Law and War draws together scholarship from Australian and international researchers to investigate the legal histories of war.
Chris Dent: The Intersection of Law, War and Legal Theories
Catherine Kelly: Medicine, Law, and the Lash: Militarized Medicine and Corporal Punishment in the Australian Colonies 1788–1850
Guillaume Richard: War Damage and Reparation During World War I in Europe: Between Individual Right and State Interventionism
Tony Cunneen: Divisional Claims Officers in the Australian Imperial Force (‘AIF’) in World War I: Establishing Legal Process in a Contested War Zone
Narrelle Morris: A ‘City Left Without News’: The 1944 Press Censorship Controversy in Sydney
Catherine Bond: Jo Hawkins’ Consuming Anzac: The History of Australia’s Most Powerful Brand