Bibliographic update October 2016: All

Australian Economic History Review

Conditions of Successful Land Reform: A Study of Micronesia
Dongwoo Yoo, Edwyna Harris, ONLINE EARLY
Laying the Victorians to Rest: Funerals, Memorials, and the Funeral Business in Nineteenth-Century Otago
Alexander Trapeznik, Austin Gee, ONLINE EARLY
The Beginnings of the Japanese Medical Instruments Industry and the Adaptation of Western Medicine to Japan, 1880–1937
Pierre-Yves Donzé, ONLINE EARLY

Australian Historical Studies

New Directions in Australian History
vol. 47 (2): 189-190
Enshrined in Law: Legislative Justifications for the Removal of Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Children in Colonial and Post-Colonial Australia
vol. 47 (2): 191-208
Proximate Strangers and Familiar Antagonists: Violence on an Intimate Frontier
vol. 47 (2): 209-224
Winda Lingo Parugoneit or Why Set the Bush [On] Fire? Fire and Victorian Aboriginal People on the Colonial Frontier
vol. 47 (2): 225-240
Contesting White Australia: Black Jazz Musicians in a White Man's Country
vol. 47 (2): 241-258
Chinese Students in White Australia: State, Community, and Individual Responses to the Student Visa Program, 1920-25
vol. 47 (2): 259-277
The Collaboration of Intellectuals and Politicians in the Postwar Reconstruction: A Reassessment
vol. 47 (2): 278-294
‘Days of Rage’ Downunder: Considering American Influences on ‘Home-Grown’ Terrorism and ASIO's response in 1970s Australia
vol. 47 (2): 295-310
Tom Stannage 1944–2012
vol. 47 (2): 311-313
Geoffrey Bolton 1931–2015
vol. 47 (2): 314-315
The Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art: Global and Local in Australia
vol. 47 (2): 316-324
Intolerant Bodies: A Short History of Autoimmunity
vol. 47 (2): 325-326
The Hanged Man and the Body Thief: Finding Lives in a Museum Mystery
vol. 47 (2): 326-327
Insanity, Identity and Empire: Immigrants and Institutional Confinement in Australia and New Zealand 1873–1910 / Migration, Ethnicity, and Madness: New Zealand, 1860–1910
vol. 47 (2): 327-329
The Lives of Colonial Objects
vol. 47 (2): 329-330
In the Eye of the Beholder: What Six Nineteenth-Century Women Tell Us about Indigenous Authority and Identity
vol. 47 (2): 330-331
Lost Relations: Fortunes of My Family in Australia’s Golden Age
vol. 47 (2): 331-332
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