Bibliographic update January 2017: All

Australian Journal of Politics & History

The Fifth Column in World War II: Suspected Subversives in the Pacific War and Australia
Frank Cain, vol. 62 (3): 477-478
Defending Country: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Military Service since 1945
Bobbie Oliver, vol. 62 (3): 478-479
Country Women and the Colour Bar: Grassroots Activism and the Country Women's Association
Alison Holland, vol. 62 (3): 479-480
Native Title from Mabo to Akiba: A Vehicle for Change and Empowerment?
Sarah Burnside, vol. 62 (3): 480-481
Neoliberal Indigenous Policy: Settler Colonialism and the “Post-Welfare” State
Tim Rowse, vol. 62 (3): 481-482
Whispers from the Bush: The Workplace Sexual Harassment of Australian Rural Women
Mickey Dewar, vol. 62 (3): 482-484
Contemporary Australian Political Party Organisations
David Clune, vol. 62 (3): 484-484
Battleground: Why the Liberal Party Shirtfronted Tony Abbott
Harrison Miller, vol. 62 (3): 485-486
Australia and Israel: a Diasporic, Cultural and Political Relationship
Anthony Billingsley, vol. 62 (3): 486-487
Standing My Ground: A Voice for Nature Conservation
Bruce Clarkson, vol. 62 (3): 487-488
The Age of Catastrophe: A History of the West, 1914–1945
Nicholas Doumanis, vol. 62 (3): 488-489
How Empire Shaped Us
Paul Crook, vol. 62 (3): 489-490
Eco-Cultural Networks and the British Empire: New Views on Environmental History
Ruth Morgan, vol. 62 (3): 491-491
Independence or Union: Scotland's Past and Scotland's Present
Amy Clarke, vol. 62 (3): 492-493
The German War: A Nation under Arms, 1939–45
John Moses, vol. 62 (3): 493-494
The Secular State Under Siege: Religion and Politics in Europe and America
Christopher Hartney, vol. 62 (3): 494-495

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

British Ethnicities and their Rivals from the Nineteenth Century to Today
vol. 9 (2): 161-166
Making Home in a Sojourner World: Organised Ethnicity and British Associationalism in Singapore, c1880s–1930s
vol. 9 (2): 167-196
Was it really the ‘white man's burden’?: The Non-British Engineers who Engineered the British Empire
vol. 9 (2): 197-212
E.D. Morel (1873–1924), the Congo Reform Association, and the History of Human Rights
vol. 9 (2): 213-235
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