Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Australian Historical Studies

From the Edge: Australia’s Lost Histories
vol. 48 (2): 311-312
The Sexual Abuse of Children: Recognition and Redress
vol. 48 (2): 312-313
The Convict’s Daughter
vol. 48 (2): 313-314
Yodelling Boundary Riders: Country Music in Australia since the 1920s
vol. 48 (2): 315-316
Dancing in My Dreams: Confronting the Spectre of Polio
vol. 48 (2): 316-317
Australian Religious Thought
vol. 48 (2): 317-318
City Dreamers: The Urban Imagination in Australia
vol. 48 (2): 318-319
The Seven Dwarfs and the Age of the Mandarins: Australian Government Administration in the Post-War Reconstruction Era
vol. 48 (2): 320-321
Australia and the Great War: Identity, Memory and Mythology
vol. 48 (2): 321-321
The War at Home: Volume 4 The Centenary History of Australia and the Great War
vol. 48 (2): 322-322
The Conscription Conflict and the Great War
vol. 48 (2): 323-324
Endeavouring Banks: Exploring Collections from the Endeavour Voyage 1768–1771
vol. 48 (2): 324-324
Back in Fashion? Economic History and the ‘New Materialism’ in the Writing of Australian History
vol. 48 (2): 149-151
Neither a Discipline nor a Colony: Renaissance and Re-imagination in Economic History
vol. 48 (2): 152-168
Seeking a New Materialism in Australian History
vol. 48 (2): 169-188
Business Fashion: Masculinity, Class and Dress in 1870s Australia
vol. 48 (2): 189-212
Making a Home in Gold-rush Victoria: Plain Sewing and the Genteel Woman
vol. 48 (2): 213-226
Asian Servants for the Imperial Telegraph: Imagining North Australia as an Indian Ocean Colony before 1914
vol. 48 (2): 227-243
White Men in Quarantine: Disease, Race, Commerce and Mobility in the Pacific, 1872
vol. 48 (2): 244-263
Idealists, Pragmatists and ‘Simple-Minded’ Scamps: The Tasmanian Mental Deficiency Board and State ‘Care’ in the 1920s
vol. 48 (2): 264-279
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