Dr Cameron Hazlehurst FRSL FRHistS, is an adjunct professor in the Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University and a foundation principal of The Ethicos Group, a specialist consultancy in public sector ethics and governance. He has held fellowships at Nuffield College and The Queen’s College, Oxford, and The ANU’s Research School of Social Sciences. He was foundation professor and head of the School of Humanities at Queensland University of Technology. He served in senior government posts in Urban and Regional Development and Communications, has undertaken numerous policy consulting and advisory roles, and acted as executive producer or research consultant for several television series. Dr Hazlehurst has published widely on Australian government and political history, including biographical studies of Robert Menzies (Menzies Observed) and Gordon Chalk (Gordon Chalk: A Political Life), the official history of the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and studies of the advent of commercial television and satellite broadcasting in Australia.