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The Labour of Loss: Mourning, Memory and Wartime Bereavement in Australia
Part I. The First World War: 1. Theatres of grief, theatres of loss 2. The sacrificial mother 3. A father's loss 4. The war widow and the cost of memory 5. Returned limbless soldiers: identityExpand
Biography Today: A Commentary
Abstract Are we living in a ‘golden age’ of biography? This extended commentary on biography today concludes that we probably are. Based on a selection of recent significant biographies, mostlyExpand
A Tale of Religion in Two Cities
It is mentioned that Sydney was more of a cosmopolitan society while Melbourne had theosophists. The differences in cultural style between Sydney and Melbourne are difficult to pin down, and in theExpand
Exploring historical thinking and agency with undergraduate history students
Recent research on historical thinking has instigated important disciplinary conversations and changes in pedagogical practice. They have, however, largely focused on the primary and secondary schoolExpand
Theosophy [encyclopaedia entry]
Manning Clark and the Church
The Historical Imagination and Its Enemies: M. Barnard Eidershaw's 'Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow'
The previously censored portions of M. Barnard Eldershaw's 'Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow' included in the uncensored version of the novel released in 1983 are analysed. The circumstances behindExpand
Changing faces: Miles Franklin and photography
The first selection of photographs of Miles Franklin was an exhibition at the State Library of New South Wales in 1979, curated by Di Rhodes. This exhibition, which commemorated the centenary ofExpand
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