Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Australian Historical Studies

The Indigenous Franchise and Assimilation
vol. 48 (3): 363-380
Voluntary Organisations and the Assimilation of Non-British Migrant Women in Rural Australia: The Efforts of the Country Women’s Association of New South Wales 1952–66
vol. 48 (3): 381-398
‘Annamese Coolies’ at Australian Ports: Charting Colonial Geographies of Emotion, and Settler Memory, from French Vietnam to New Caledonia via Interwar Australia
vol. 48 (3): 399-415
Claiming Their Own Space: Australian Women Missionaries in Korea, 1891–1900
vol. 48 (3): 416-432
Jill Roe (1940–2017)
vol. 48 (3): 433-435
Difficult History in a Local Museum: The Lambing Flat Riots at Young, New South Wales
vol. 48 (3): 436-441
Thinking through Refugee Objects – A Case Study of the Sri Lankan Bremen
vol. 48 (3): 442-448
The Art of Time Travel: Historians and Their Craft
vol. 48 (3): 449-450
Fragile Settlements: Aboriginal Peoples, Law, and Resistance in South-West Australia and Prairie Canada
vol. 48 (3): 450-451
Into the Heart of Tasmania: A Search for Human Antiquity
vol. 48 (3): 451-452
Indigenous Communities and Settler Colonialism: Land Holding, Loss and Survival in an Interconnected World
vol. 48 (3): 452-453
Rattling Spears: A History of Indigenous Australian Art
vol. 48 (3): 453-455
Mothers’ Darlings of the South Pacific: The Children of Indigenous Women and U.S. Servicemen, World War II
vol. 48 (3): 455-456
The Last Battle: Soldier Settlement in Australia 1916–1939
vol. 48 (3): 456-457
Rushing for Gold: Life and Commerce on the Goldfields of New Zealand and Australia / Eureka: Australia’s Greatest Story
vol. 48 (3): 457-459
Quarantine: Local and Global Histories
vol. 48 (3): 459-461
The Power of Humanity: 100 Years of Australian Red Cross, 1914–2014
vol. 48 (3): 461-463
Memory and Migration in the Shadow of War. Australia’s Greek Immigrants after World War II and the Greek Civil War
vol. 48 (3): 463-464
Picturing and Re-picturing Bonegilla
vol. 48 (3): 464-465
‘A Stronger Man and a More Virile Character’: Australian Prime Ministers, Embodied Manhood and Political Authority in the Early Twentieth Century
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