Bibliographic update July 2018: All

Australian Historical Studies

Tracey Banivanua Mar (1974–2017)
vol. 49 (2): 258-259
For Fiji Women Scholars who are Brilliant and Strong and Weary
vol. 49 (2): 260-262
A Historian for All Seasons: Essays for Geoffrey Bolton
vol. 49 (2): 263-264
Teenagers: The Rise of Youth Culture in New Zealand
vol. 49 (2): 264-265
The Popular Culture of Romantic Love in Australia
vol. 49 (2): 265-266
Indigenous and Other Australians since 1901
vol. 49 (2): 266-267
The Good Country: The Djadja Wurrung, the Settlers and the Protectors
vol. 49 (2): 268-269
‘Me Write Myself’: The Free Aboriginal Inhabitants of Van Diemen’s Land at Wybalenna
vol. 49 (2): 269-270
Tautai: Sāmoa, World History, and the Life of Ta’isi O.F. Nelson
vol. 49 (2): 270-271
Colonialism and Its Aftermath: A History of Aboriginal South Australia
vol. 49 (2): 271-272
Memory, Place and Aboriginal-Settler History: Understanding Australians’ Consciousness of the Colonial Past
vol. 49 (2): 272-274
Sources and Methods in Histories of Colonialism: Approaching the Imperial Archive
vol. 49 (2): 274-275
Educational Reform and Environmental Concern: A History of School Nature Study in Australia
vol. 49 (2): 275-276
The Enigmatic Mr Deakin
vol. 49 (2): 276-277
Building Better Britains? Settler Societies in the British World 1783–1920
vol. 49 (2): 277-278
After the War: Returned Soldiers and the Mental and Physical Scars of World War I
vol. 49 (2): 278-279
A Powerful Influence on Australian Affairs: A New History of the AWU
vol. 49 (2): 280-280
Histories of Controversy: Bonegilla Migrant Centre
vol. 49 (2): 281-282
Beautiful Balts: From Displaced Persons to New Australians
vol. 49 (2): 282-283
The Shadow Men: The Leaders Who Shaped the Australian Army from the Veldt to Vietnam; Scorched Earth: Australia’s Plan for Total War under Japanese Invasion in World War II
vol. 49 (2): 283-285
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