Bibliographic update January 2015: All

Australian Economic History Review

Bill Gammage, The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia. Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2011. xiii + 434 pp. ISBN 978 1 74237 748 3. Hardback A$39.99.
Ian Keen, vol. 54 (1): 86-89
Timothy Bottoms, Conspiracy of Silence: Queensland's Frontier Killing Times. Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2013. 258 pp. ISBN 978 1 74331 382 4, A$32.99.
Seán Kerins, vol. 54 (1): 89-92

Australian Historical Studies

Australia: Present and Past Histories
vol. 45 (3): 295-296
Indigenous Heterogeneity
vol. 45 (3): 297-310
Defending Settler Colonial Studies
vol. 45 (3): 311-316
Writing Indigenous Histories Now
vol. 45 (3): 317-330
Archaeology and Aboriginal Protest: The Influence of Rhys Jones's Tasmanian Work on Australian Historiography
vol. 45 (3): 331-349
Emotional Encounters: Indigenous Peoples in the Dutch East India Company's Interactions with the South Lands
vol. 45 (3): 350-367
From Camp Life to Suburbia: Aboriginal Housing in Perth
vol. 45 (3): 368-387
Governing Nature: The Problem of Northern Australia
vol. 45 (3): 388-406
Rural Geographies and Chinese Empires: Chinese Shopkeepers and Shop-Life in Australia
vol. 45 (3): 407-424
Biography of an Archive: ‘Australia 1938’ and the Vexed Development of Australian Oral History
vol. 45 (3): 425-449
Philippa (Pip) Maddern (1952–2014)
vol. 45 (3): 450-451
The Cambridge History of Australia, Volumes 1 and 2
vol. 45 (3): 452-454
Australian History Now
vol. 45 (3): 454-455
The 1960s in Australia: People, Power and Politics
vol. 45 (3): 455-456
Intimacy, Violence and Activism: Gay and Lesbian Perspectives on Australian History and Society
vol. 45 (3): 456-457
Wanted, a Beautiful Barmaid: Women Behind the Bar in New Zealand, 1830–1976
vol. 45 (3): 458-459
Boom: The Underground History of Australia, from Gold Rush to GFC
vol. 45 (3): 459-460
Chequered Lives: John Barton Hack and Stephen Hack and the Early Days of South Australia
vol. 45 (3): 460-461
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