Ross Andrew Fitzgerald (born in 1944) is an Australian academic, historian, novelist, secularist, and political commentator. Fitzgerald is an Emeritus Professor in History and Politics at Griffith University. He has published forty books, including three histories of Queensland, two biographies, works about Labor Party politics of the 1950s, with other books relating to philosophy, alcohol and Australian Rules football, as well as eight works of fiction, including six political/sexual satires about his corpulent anti-hero Professor Dr Grafton Everest.

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  • Ross Andrew Fitzgerald (born in 1944) is an Australian academic, historian, novelist, secularist, and political commentator. Fitzgerald is an Emeritus Professor in History and Politics at Griffith University. He has published forty books, including three histories of Queensland, two biographies, works about Labor Party politics of the 1950s, with other books relating to philosophy, alcohol and Australian Rules football, as well as eight works of fiction, including six political/sexual satires about his corpulent anti-hero Professor Dr Grafton Everest. In 2018 Ross Fitzgerald published the Grafton Everest sexual/political satire 'So Far, So Good : An entertainment', co-authored with Antony Funnell and published by Hybrid in Melbourne. Fitzgerald is an alcoholic who admitted in his memoir, My Name is Ross: An Alcoholic's Journey, to consuming excessive alcohol between the ages of 15 and 24 years, when he took his last drink. He has now been sober for 49 years. At the 2016 federal election Fitzgerald was a candidate for the Australian Senate representing the state of New South Wales, standing on the Australian Sex Party platform. (en)
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  • Ross Andrew Fitzgerald (born in 1944) is an Australian academic, historian, novelist, secularist, and political commentator. Fitzgerald is an Emeritus Professor in History and Politics at Griffith University. He has published forty books, including three histories of Queensland, two biographies, works about Labor Party politics of the 1950s, with other books relating to philosophy, alcohol and Australian Rules football, as well as eight works of fiction, including six political/sexual satires about his corpulent anti-hero Professor Dr Grafton Everest. (en)
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