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The News at the Ends of the Earth: The Print Culture of Polar Exploration by Hester Blum (review)
Clulow is also a generous scholar. Although he makes use of the huge corpus of primary sources in Dutch and English, he is unstinting in his appreciation for previous works. The past two decades hasExpand
Ideological Origins of the Australian Antarctic, 1839-1933
This thesis examines Australian ideas about the Antarctic in the nineteenth and earlytwentieth centuries. It seeks to go beyond the dominant diplomatic, geopolitical, legal, and scientific lensesExpand
The other centenary: Sir Ernest Shackleton's imperial trans-Antarctic expedition, 1914-17
Rohan Howitt has graduated from being the inaugural winner of the Year 3/4 category of the National History Challenge in 2003 into a postgraduate history student. During his time at Avoca BeachExpand
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The Japanese Antarctic Expedition and the Idea of White Australia
When the Japanese Antarctic Expedition arrived unexpectedly in Sydney Harbour in May 1911, its members anticipated a hostile reception in a country renowned for its White Australia Policy. ContraryExpand