The establishment of the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society (ACSACS) consolidates a longstanding tradition of excellence at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). READ MORE.
Applied ethics, in a military sense, is an art as much as a science. But researchers within ACSACS are taking on the important challenge of defining a difficult but vital set of ideas READ MORE.
A collective study of successful rebuilds of war-torn nations offers valuable clues which could prevent a fragile peace sliding back into war READ MORE.
It's World War I but Not as You Know It.
An authoritative, five-volume history of Australia and World War One is being compiled to mark the Centenary of the Great War READ MORE.
Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History Conference in 2015
On the theme of Recovery and Rebuilding, ACSACS is hosting the Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History Conference in 2015, bringing experts together to look at economic recovery from external shocks ranging from war to natural disasters. READ MORE
Summer School for Secondary
The 2015 UNSW Canberra Secondary History Teachers' Summer School will give up to twenty classroom educators from New South Wales and the ACT an opportunity to work for a week with some of Australia's most senior and productive historians. READ MORE
ACSACS consolidates and perpetuates a long-standing tradition of excellence at UNSW in understanding the complex issues surrounding armed conflict and military engagement. VIEW OUR CURRENT PROJECTS
Meet our Researchers
The Centre brings together practitioners, research fellows and student interns across disciplines to engage in a range of research and teaching activities and public debate on armed conflict and society. MEET OUR RESEARCHERS
The Centre combines the strengths of academic research with the close links with Defence that are unique to UNSW, putting ACSACS researchers at the cutting edge of their fields. Your support invests in the excellence in teaching and research that makes ACSACS a world class Centre. GET INVOLVED