Bibliographic update January 2017: All

Australian Economic History Review

Laying the Victorians to Rest: Funerals, Memorials, and the Funeral Business in Nineteenth-Century Otago
Alexander Trapeznik, Austin Gee, ONLINE EARLY
The Beginnings of the Japanese Medical Instruments Industry and the Adaptation of Western Medicine to Japan, 1880–1937
Pierre-Yves Donzé, ONLINE EARLY
Converging Mainlander and Native Taiwanese, 1949–2012
Price Fluctuations and Growth Patterns in Singapore's Trade, 1831–1913
Atsushi Kobayashi, ONLINE EARLY

Australian Historical Studies

In This Issue
vol. 47 (3): 357-358
Big Data and Australian History
vol. 47 (3): 359-364
Writing History, Making ‘Race’: Slave-Owners and Their Stories
vol. 47 (3): 365-380
Transnational Histories of Penal Transportation: Punishment, Labour and Governance in the British Imperial World, 1788–1939
vol. 47 (3): 381-397
Bringing the Prisoner into View: English and Welsh Census Data and the Victorian Prison Population
vol. 47 (3): 398-413
The State, Convicts and Longitudinal Analysis
vol. 47 (3): 414-429
Big Data and the Military: First World War Personnel Records in Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and British Africa
vol. 47 (3): 430-442
Race and Justice in an Australian Court: Prosecuting Homicide in Western Australia, 1830–1954
vol. 47 (3): 443-461
‘An Utter Absence of National Feeling’: Australian Women and the International Suffrage Movement, 1900–14
vol. 47 (3): 462-481
John Bradley Hirst 1942–2016
vol. 47 (3): 482-484
Exhibiting Indigenous Australia at Home and Abroad
vol. 47 (3): 485-491
Indigenous Intermediaries: New Perspectives on Exploration Archives
vol. 47 (3): 492-493
The South Seas: A Reception History from Daniel Defoe to Dorothy Lamour
vol. 47 (3): 493-494
Australian Women War Reporters: Boer War to Vietnam
vol. 47 (3): 494-495
Minding Her Own Businesss: Colonial Businesswomen in Sydney
vol. 47 (3): 495-496
Children, Childhood and Youth in the British World
vol. 47 (3): 496-498
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