Bibliographic update July 2015: All

Australian Journal of Politics & History

Separating Spheres: Paul Sarasin and his Global Nature Protection Scheme
Anna-Katharina Wöbse, vol. 61 (3): 339-351
Australia's Dust Bowl: Transnational Influences in Soil Conservation and the Spread of Ecological Thought
Sabine Sauter, vol. 61 (3): 352-365
“Who can resist this guy?rdquo; Jacques Cousteau, Celebrity Diplomacy, and the Environmental Protection of the Antarctic
Emma Shortis, vol. 61 (3): 366-380
Dams, Freeways and Aerospace: How Australian Environmentalists responded to Transnationalism and World Heritage, 1964–1984
Chris McConville, vol. 61 (3): 381-396
The Umweltmulti Arrives: Greenpeace and Grass Roots Environmentalism in West Germany
Frank Zelko, vol. 61 (3): 397-413
Exemplars and Influences: Transnational Flows in the Environmental Movement
Christopher Rootes, vol. 61 (3): 414-431
Finding Common Ground in Transnational Peace Movements
Astrid Mignon Kirchhof, vol. 61 (3): 432-449
Book Reviews
vol. 61 (3): 450-483
Abraham Kuyper: Calvinist Anti-Revolutionary Politician and Political Thinker
Simon P. Kennedy, vol. 61 (2): 169-183
“To the last man and the last shilling” and “Ready, aye ready”: Australian and Canadian Conscription Debates during The First World War
Jatinder Mann, vol. 61 (2): 184-200
Conceiving of Telecom: The Politics of Australian Telecommunications Reform 1967–1972
John Doyle, vol. 61 (2): 201-216
The Prime Minister and the Bomb: John Gorton, W.C. Wentworth and the Quest for an Atomic Australia
Lachlan Clohesy, Phillip Deery, vol. 61 (2): 217-232
Participatory Democracy and New Left Student Movements: The University of Sydney, 1973–1979
Lewis D'Avigdor, vol. 61 (2): 233-247
The Rhetorical Standards of Public Reason in Australia
Ryan Walter, John Uhr, vol. 61 (2): 248-262
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy July to December 2014
Andrew Phillips, vol. 61 (2): 263-277
Political Chronicles Commonwealth of Australia July to December 2014
John Wanna, vol. 61 (2): 278-329

Britain and the World: Historical Journal of The British Scholar Society

History for Moguls
vol. 8 (2): 155-159
Under One (Inherited) Imperial Crown: The Tudor Origins of Britain and its Empire, 1603–1625
vol. 8 (2): 160-180
British and Commonwealth legacies in the framing of the Malayan constitution, 1956–1957
vol. 8 (2): 181-203
The White Australia Policy, the British Empire, and the World
vol. 8 (2): 204-224
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