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Classical scholars of the University of Melbourne

    

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A. G. L. Shaw

Abbas Rajabifard

Abdullah Saeed (Professor)

Adrienne Clarke

Albert Pugsley

Alfred James Ewart

Allan Myers

Amanda Fosang

Andrea Hull

Andreas Loewe

Anthony Brownless

Arthur Dean (judge)

Audrey Cahn

Aurore Delaigle

Barbara Creed

Barry Hill (Australian writer)

Bernadette McSherry

Bernard Smith (art historian)

Brian Plomley

Bruce Harold John McKellar

Cate Kennedy

Charles Ernest Weatherburn

Cordelia Fine

Creighton Burns

Damien Broderick

Damon Young

Daryl E. Hooper

David Ames (researcher)

David Boger

David Karoly

David Kemp (politician)

David Orme Masson

David Penington

David Rivett

David Worrall (composer)

Donald Cochrane (economist)

Dorian Le Gallienne

Douglas Copland

Douglas Lawrence

Duncan Ironmonger

Dvir Abramovich

Edward Goll

Edward Sugden (methodist)

Elizabeth Wood-Ellem

Eric Burhop

Eric D'Arcy

Eric Osborn

Ethel Irene McLennan

Evan Walker (politician)

Frank Knopfelmacher

Frederic Wood Jones

Geoff Collinson

Geoffrey Blainey

Geoffrey Serle

George Bedbrook

George Britton Halford

George Tibbits (composer)

Georgina Sweet

Gerry Simpson

Ghassan Hage

Gillian Wigglesworth

Graham Priest

Greg Dening

Greg Zerzan

Gregory John Boyle

Hans Schwerdtfeger

Harold Bolitho

Helen Knight

Helen Verran

Henry Payne (engineer)

Henry Samuel Chapman

Herbert Strong

Hugh Burry

Ian Freckelton

Ian Gust

Ian Harper

Ian Plimer

J. A. Thompson

J. Hyam Rubinstein

Jane Elith

Jane M. Jacobs

Janet Fletcher

Jim Falk

John A. Gilruth

John Brumby

John Griffiths (musician)

John Henry Michell

John Robert Victor Prescott

John Roskam

John Vincent Barry

Joice NanKivell Loch

Judith Sloan

Justin Clemens

Karen Burns (academic)

Kate Shaw

Kathleen McGuire

Keith Nugent

Kenneth H. Hunt

Kenneth Porter (poet)

Kevin Robert Elz

Kirsten Parris

Kristian Chong

Lawrence Welch

Leann Tilley

Libby Hart

Linda Kouvaras

Lindsay Falvey

M. C. Ricklefs

Manning Clark

Marcia Langton

Marelyn Wintour-Coghlan

Marilyn Lake

Mark Burgman

Mark Elgar

Mark S. Joshi

Mark Weinberg (judge)

Marnie Blewitt

Martin Banwell

Max Crawford

Maxine McKew

Michael Clyne

Michael E. Goddard

Michael J. D. White

Michelle Gordon (judge)

Michelle de Kretser

Nathan Efron

Neri Colmenares

Nicholas Chare

Nicholas Evans (linguist)

Patricia Grimshaw

Patrick Griffin

Patrick McGorry

Paul Smyth (academic)

Pauline Ladiges

Peter Gavin Hall

Peter Hannaford

Peter L'Estrange

Peter McPhee (academic)

Peter Rathjen

Peter Ryan (columnist)

Peter Singer

Piers Forster

Pip Pattison

Priscilla Kincaid-Smith

Purushottama Bilimoria

Raoul Mulder

Raymond Martin (academic)

Robert Strachan Wallace

Robin Jeffrey

Robin Room

Robyn Eckersley

Roderick Weir Home

Roger Benjamin

Ross Garnaut

Roy Shepherd (pianist)

Roy Wright (physiologist)

Rufus Black

Ruth Bishop

Ruth Fincher

Samuel Berkovic

Sandra McLaren

Sandra Rees

Scott Ryan (Australian politician)

Shahram Akbarzadeh

Shanika Karunasekera

Sheila Jeffreys

Sibnarayan Ray

Simon Deakin

Sophie Charlotte Ducker

Stephanie Trigg

Stephen G. Wheatcroft

Stephen Murray-Smith

Stephen Thomas Knight

Suelette Dreyfus

Suzanne Duigan

Sydney Sparkes Orr

Thomas George Tucker

Thomas Ranken Lyle

Thomas Sergeant Hall

Thomas à Beckett

Timothy Potts

Tony Pagone

Tossy Spivakovsky

Trevor Barnard

Ursula Hoff

Val Noone

Vera Bradford

Vicki Anderson (psychologist)

Waldemar Seidel

Walter Bassett

Walter Murdoch

William Woodruff

   

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The Guardian

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Mon, 18 Jan 2016 22:56:15 -0800

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