Greg Blyton is a senior lecturer, Aboriginal historian and researcher at the University of Newcastle’s Wollotuka Institute. He has 30 years’ experience in the health field where he has worked in emergency care, aged care, mental health, community health, alcohol and drug counselling and rehabilitation. Greg has also conducted research for many years in Australian history, specialising in medical history racism and social health determinants. His scholarly work has been widely published in Australia and internationally. His principal interests are history, health and human justice.