This article focuses on the two men who edited Australia's oldest and one of its most revered newspapers, the Sydney Morning Herald, from 1903 to 1937, Thomas William Heney and Charles Brunsdon Fletcher. The article contributes to a developing area of historical media research in Australia that explores the notion of newspaper editors as intellectuals. It finds that amidst a background of developing nationhood, world turmoil and, yet, a perceived intellectual vacuum in the Australian press, these editors contributed to debate about Australian identity and international relationships.
|Number of pages||14|
|Journal||Australian Journalism Review|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|