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UTAS vice-chancellor Rufus Black's ethics journey leads to Australian war crimes inquiry

Caitlin Jarvis
By Caitlin Jarvis
Updated December 22 2020 - 1:26am, first published December 21 2020 - 5:00pm
DRIVING CHANGE: University of Tasmania vice-chancellor Rufus Black says he's never had just one career, just an opportunity to build a unique set of skills. Picture: Phillip Biggs

War and the military have never been far from Professor Rufus Black's life, despite the man displaying the airs of an inherent pacifist.

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Caitlin Jarvis

Caitlin Jarvis

Senior Journalist

I have worked in the Tasmanian digital/print media for 11 years, spanning two newsrooms. I have developed a keen interest in agricultural, development and education news, as well as issues-based long-form journalism. Contact me at caitlin.jarvis@examiner.com.au

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