Bibliographic update January 2018: All

Australian Historical Studies

Australian Lives: An Intimate History
vol. 48 (4): 604-605
Small Screens: Essays on Contemporary Australian Television
vol. 48 (4): 605-606
Only in Australia: The History, Politics and Economics of Australian Exceptionalism
vol. 48 (4): 606-607
Workers’ Capital: Industry Funds and the Fight for Universal Superannuation in Australia
vol. 48 (4): 607-608
The Protest Years: The Official History of ASIO, 1963–1975/The Secret Cold War: The Official History of ASIO, 1975–1989
vol. 48 (4): 609-610
What Do We Want? A Political History of Aboriginal Land Rights in New South Wales
vol. 48 (4): 610-611
New Zealand’s Empire
vol. 48 (4): 611-612
Rage for Order: The British Empire and the Origins of International Law 1800–1850
vol. 48 (4): 612-614
Masters and Servants: Cultures of Empire in the Tropics
vol. 48 (4): 614-615

Australian Journal of Politics & History

Issue Information
vol. 63 (4): 0-0
Jeremy Bentham, John Stuart Mill and the Secret Ballot: Insights from Nineteenth Century Democratic Theory
Tom Theuns, vol. 63 (4): 493-507
Hobson's Theory of Imperialism and its Indebtedness to Socialism: A Challenge to Conventional Narratives of early International Relations
Ricardo Villanueva, vol. 63 (4): 508-523
Aboriginal Affairs: Humanitarian Intervention Then and Now: Dis/Connections and Possibilities
Alison Holland, vol. 63 (4): 524-539
“We will never forget 1964!” Shopfloor Organisation and the Class Politics of Trade Union Officials at General Motors-Holden
Robert Tierney, vol. 63 (4): 540-555
A Nation of Immigrants or a Nation of Immigrant Cities? The Urban Context of Australian Multiculturalism, 1947–2011
Seamus O'Hanlon, Rachel Stevens, vol. 63 (4): 556-571
Where Greens Support Conservatives: Lessons from the Rundle Minority Government in Tasmania 1996–98
Kate Crowley, Megan Tighe, vol. 63 (4): 572-587
The Double Delegitimatisation of Julia Gillard: Gender, the Media, and Australian Political Culture
Jack Holland, Katharine A.M. Wright, vol. 63 (4): 588-602
A Comment on Paul Muldoon's “Contesting Australian Asylum Policy”
Barry Hindess, vol. 63 (4): 603-606
Civil Disobedience and Collective Responsibility: A Reply to Barry Hindess
Paul Muldoon, vol. 63 (4): 607-609
Issues in Australian Foreign Policy January to June 2017
Benjamin Zala, vol. 63 (4): 610-623
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