Bibliographic update July 2014: All

Australian Historical Studies

Changing Times: New Zealand Since 1945
vol. 45 (2): 277-278
A Savage History: Whaling in the Pacific and Southern Oceans
vol. 45 (2): 278-279
Long Views and Short Vistas: Victoria's Nineteenth-Century Public Botanic Gardens
vol. 45 (2): 279-280
Born in a Tent: How Camping Makes Us Australian
vol. 45 (2): 280-281
History and Psyche: Culture, Psychoanalysis and the Past
vol. 45 (2): 281-282
The Ambitions of Jane Franklin: Victorian Lady Adventurer
vol. 45 (2): 283-284
A New Idea Each Morning: How Food and Agriculture Came Together in One International Organisation
vol. 45 (2): 284-285
Edward M. Curr and the Tide of History
vol. 45 (2): 285-286
Born to a Changing World: Childbirth in Nineteenth Century New Zealand
vol. 45 (2): 286-286
Women, Infanticide and the Press, 1822–1922: News Narratives in England and Australia
vol. 45 (2): 287-288
Young People and the Shaping of Public Space in Melbourne, 1870–1914.
vol. 45 (2): 288-289
Silences and Secrets: The Australian Experience of the Weintraubs Syncopators
vol. 45 (2): 289-290
A University of the People: A History of the University of Western Sydney
vol. 45 (2): 290-291
Organise, Educate, Control: The AMWU in Australia 1852–2012.
vol. 45 (2): 291-292
Kangaroo
vol. 45 (2): 292-292
Frank Crowley 1924–2013
vol. 45 (2): 293-293

Australian Journal of Politics & History

Parliament on “the Wireless” in Australia
Ian Ward, vol. 60 (2): 157-176
“Characteristically Generous”? Australian Responses to Refugees Prior to 1951
Katrina Stats, vol. 60 (2): 177-193
Australia and the Struggle for Soviet Jewry: 1961–1972
Suzanne D. Rutland, vol. 60 (2): 194-213
Redeeming the Warrior: Myth-making and Australia's Vietnam Veterans
Chris Dixon, vol. 60 (2): 214-228
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