Bibliographic update October 2017: All

Australian Historical Studies

Lessons from Australia: Persia Campbell and the International Afterlives of Federation-Era Welfarism
Exile in a Land of Exiles: The Early History of Criminal Transportation Law in New South Wales, 1788–1809

Australian Journal of Politics & History

Issue Information
vol. 63 (3): 0-0
Centenary (Inter)national, 1914–1924: The Politics of Commemoration and Historical Memory in International Relations
Brent J. Steele, vol. 63 (3): 339-344
The “Greatness” of the Great War: Commemoration and the Politics of Soldier Dead
Jessica Auchter, vol. 63 (3): 345-356
Covering the Cough? Memory, Remembrance, and Influenza Amnesia
Jeremy Youde, vol. 63 (3): 357-368
Terrorists are Other People: Contested Memory of the 1914 Sarajevo Assassination
Jelena Subotić, vol. 63 (3): 369-381
Race War and the Global Imperial Order: The Armenian Genocide of 1915
Alexander D. Barder, vol. 63 (3): 382-393
The Inquiry and the Birth of International Relations, 1917–19
David M. McCourt, vol. 63 (3): 394-405
Remembering Gallipoli: Anzac, the Great War and Australian Memory Politics
Matt McDonald, vol. 63 (3): 406-418
Knowing and Forgetting the Easter 1916 Rising
Cian O'Driscoll, vol. 63 (3): 419-429
A New Russian Holiday Has More Behind It Than National Unity: the Political Functions of Historical Commemorations
Mariya Omelicheva, vol. 63 (3): 430-442
Patriots All Around: Inter/national Timing, Round Numbers, and the Politics of Commemorative Critique
Andrew R. Hom, vol. 63 (3): 443-456
Influences on Anglo-American Republicanism: The Contributions of Eric Nelson
Derek McDougall, vol. 63 (3): 457-465
Public Opinion, Campaign Politics and Media Audiences: New Australian Perspectives
Norman Abjorensen, vol. 63 (3): 466-467
The Manner of Their Going Prime Ministerial Exits from Lyne to Abbott
Rae Wear, vol. 63 (3): 467-468
Disposable Leaders: Media and Leadership Coups from Menzies to Abbott
Ian Ward, vol. 63 (3): 468-469
Party Rules: Dilemmas of Political Party Regulation in Australia
Tracey Arklay, vol. 63 (3): 469-471
Nazis in our Midst: German-Australians, Internment and the Second World War
John A. Moses, vol. 63 (3): 471-472
Sex, Soldiers and the South Pacific, 1939–45: Queer Identities in Australia in the Second World War
Leigh Boucher, vol. 63 (3): 472-473
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