Australian Historical Studies articles

Volume 44 (2)

Larrikins: A History
vol. 44 (2): 290-291
The Censor's Library
vol. 44 (2): 291-293
Photography, Early Cinema and Colonial Modernity: Frank Hurley's Synchronized Lecture Entertainments
vol. 44 (2): 293-294
The Flash of Recognition: Photography and the Emergence of Indigenous Rights
vol. 44 (2): 294-295
26 Views of the Starburst World: William Dawes at Sydney Cove 1788–91
vol. 44 (2): 295-297
The Paper War: Morality, Print Culture and Power in Colonial New South Wales
vol. 44 (2): 297-298
A Tale of Ambition and Unrealised Hope: John Montagu and Sir John Franklin
vol. 44 (2): 298-299
Lord Sydney: The Life and Times of Tommy Townshend
vol. 44 (2): 299-300
Aboriginal Convicts: Australian, Khoisan and Mâori Exiles
vol. 44 (2): 300-301
Frontier History Revisited—Colonial Queensland and the ‘History War’
vol. 44 (2): 301-302
Indifferent Inclusion: The Aboriginal People and the Australian Nation
vol. 44 (2): 302-304
Rethinking Social Justice: From ‘Peoples’ to ‘Populations’
vol. 44 (2): 304-305
The Lone Protestor: A. M. Fernando in Australia and Europe
vol. 44 (2): 305-306
An Anthropological and Literary Study of Two Aboriginal Women's Life Histories: The Impacts of Enforced Child Removal and Policies of Assimilation
vol. 44 (2): 306-307
Exploring the Legacy of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition
vol. 44 (2): 307-309
The Aboriginal Male in the Enlightenment World
vol. 44 (2): 309-310
God's Empire: Religion and Colonialism in the British World, c. 1801–1908
vol. 44 (2): 310-311
Oceania Under Steam: Sea Transport and the Cultures of Colonialism, c. 1870–1914
vol. 44 (2): 311-312
New Zealand's London: A Colony and Its Metropolis
vol. 44 (2): 312-313
Joseph Lyons: The People's Prime Minister
vol. 44 (2): 313-314
Australia and Appeasement: Imperial Foreign Policy and the Origins of World War II
vol. 44 (2): 314-315
Mad on Radium: New Zealand in the Atomic Age
vol. 44 (2): 315-317
Witnesses to War: The History of Australian Conflict Reporting
vol. 44 (2): 317-318
Our Schools and the War
vol. 44 (2): 318-319
Australia 1942: In the Shadow of War
vol. 44 (2): 319-320
The Kokoda Campaign 1942: Myth and Reality
vol. 44 (2): 320-321
The Hard Slog: Australians in the Bougainville Campaign, 1944–45
vol. 44 (2): 321-322
Australia's Controversial Matron: Gwen Burbidge and Nursing Reform
vol. 44 (2): 322-323
Powering Perth: A History of the East Perth Power Station
vol. 44 (2): 323-324
Lalor: The Peter Lalor Home Building Co-operative 1946–2012
vol. 44 (2): 324-325

Volume 44 (1)

Remembering the 1951 Referendum on the Banning of the Communist Party
vol. 44 (1): 1-3
Notes on Contributors
vol. 44 (1): 4-5
Australian Communist Party of Australia v The Commonwealth: Histories of Australian Legalism
vol. 44 (1): 6-22
A House Committee on Un-Australian Activities? An Alternative to the Dissolution Act
vol. 44 (1): 23-36
Dealing with the King's Enemies: The Drafting of the Communist Party Dissolution Bill 1950
vol. 44 (1): 37-53
Herbert Vere Evatt and British Justice: The Communist Party Referendum of 1951
vol. 44 (1): 54-70
Party Leaders, the Media, and Political Persuasion: The Campaigns of Evatt and Menzies on the Referendum to Protect Australia from Communism
vol. 44 (1): 71-88
‘Women—Keep Australia Free!’: Women Voters and Activists in the 1951 Referendum Campaign
vol. 44 (1): 89-104
Civil Liberties and the Referendum
vol. 44 (1): 105-116
‘Never a Machine for Propaganda’? The Australian-American Fulbright Program and Australia's Cold War
vol. 44 (1): 117-133