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- Book reviews including 'A higher authority: indigenous transnationalism and Australia', by Ravi de Costa
- Newman, Louise M.; Burton, Antoinette; Veracini, Lorenzo; Sendziuk, Paul; Fox, Charlie; Lake, Marilyn; Larsson, Marina; O'Brien, Anne; McQuilton, John; Jupp, James; Coleborne, Catharine; Brett, Judith; Strangio, Paul A.; Eklund, Erik; Atkinson, Alan; Kennedy, Rosanne; Gerster, Robin; Hoorn, Jeanette; Brawley, Sean; Lydon, Jane
- Louise M. Newman reviews the book 'Taking assimilation to heart: marriages of white women and indigenous men in the United States and Australia, 1887-1937' by Katherine Ellinghaus, published by University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London, 2006; Antoinette Burton reviews the book 'The empire of love: toward a theory of intimacy, genealogy and carnality' by Elizabeth A. Povinelli, published by Duke University Press, Durham, 2006; Lorenzo Veracini reviews the book 'A higher authority: indigenous transnationalism and Australia' by Ravi de Costa, published by UNSW Press, Sydney, 2006; Paul Sendziuk reviews the book 'Not part of the public: non-indigenous policies and practices and the health of indigenous South Australians 1836-1973' by Judith Raftery, published by Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 2006; Charlie Fox reviews the book 'Teaching the nation: politics and pedagogy in Australian history' by Anna Clark, published by Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2006; Marilyn Lake reviews the books 'The patrician and the bloke: Geoffrey Serle and the making of Australian history' by John Thompson, published by Pandanus Books, Canberra, 2006, and 'An historian's life: Max Crawford and the politics of academic freedom' by Fay Anderson, published by Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2005; Marina Larsson reviews the book 'The great mistakes of Australian history', edited by Martin Crotty and David Andrew Roberts, published by UNSW Press, Sydney, 2006; Anne O'Brien reviews the book 'Church alive! Pilgrimages in faith, 1956-2006' by Greg Dening, published by UNSW Press, Sydney, 2006; John McQuilton reviews the book 'High lean country: land, people and memory in New England', edited by Alan Atkinson, S. J. Ryan, Iain Davidson and Andrew Piper, published by Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 2006; James Jupp reviews the books 'The Dutch Down Under: 1606-2006' edited by Nonja Peters, published by University of Western Australia Press, Perth, 2006, and 'Per l'Australia: the story of Italian migration' by Julia Church, published by The Miegunyah Press, Melbourne, 2005; Catharine Coleborne reviews the book 'Lucy Osburn, a lady displaced: Florence Nightingale's envoy to Australia' by Judith Godden, published by University of Sydney Press, Sydney, 2006; Judith Brett reviews the book 'The Nationals: the Progressive, Country and National Party in New South Wales 1919 to 2006' by Paul Davey, published by The Federation Press, Sydney, 2006; Paul Strangio reviews the book 'Renegades and rats: betrayal and the remaking of radical organisations in Britain and Australia' by Jacqueline Dickenson, published by Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2006; Erik Eklund reviews the books 'People and politics in regional New South Wales: volume 1, 1856 to the 1950s' edited by Jim Hagan, published by Federation Press, Sydney, 2006, and 'People and politics in regional New South Wales: volume 2, 1950 to 2006' edited by Jim Hagan, published by Federation Press, Sydney, 2006; Alan Atkinson reviews the book 'The southern tree of liberty: the Democratic movement in New South Wales before 1850' by Terry Irving, published by Federation Press, Sydney, 2006; Rosanne Kennedy reviews the book 'Traumascapes: the power and fate of places transformed by tragedy' by Maria Tumarkin, published by Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2005; Robin Gerster reviews the book 'Prisoners of the Japanese: literary imagination and the prisoner-of-war experience' by Roger Bourke, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, 2006; Jeanette Hoorn reviews the book 'South Pacific museums: experiments in culture' edited by Chris Healy and Andrea Witcomb, published by Monash University ePress, Clayton, 2006; Sean Brawley reviews the book 'The tread of a white man's foot: Australian Pacific colonialism and the cinema, 1925-1962' by Jane Landman, published by Pandanus Books, Canberra, 2006; Jane Lydon reviews the book 'Gathering for God: George Brown in Oceania' by Helen Bethea Gardner, published by Otago University press, Otago, 2006.
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- Australian Historical Studies, Vol. 38, no. 130 (Oct 2007), pp. 356-384
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