We’re excited to announce that Issue 19.4 of History Australia is now available in full online. The issue is full of great historical writing, including reviews by AHA members Mia Martin Hobbs, David Carment, Tim Rowse, Julia Martinez, Alecia Simmonds, James Bennett, Nicholas Ferns, Zora Simic, Shannyn Palmer and James Lesh. The list of articles is below:
Melanie Oppenheimer, Presidential Address, ‘Volunteering, the voluntary Principle, and the moving frontier in a time of Covid- Reflections’;
Garritt Van Dyk, “Poor, Vicious and Unmarried’: Penal Reform and the First Savings Bank in New South Wales’;
Jeremy Martens, “In a State of War’: Governor James Stirling, Extrajudicial Violence and the Conquest of Western Australia’s Avon Valley, 1830-1840’;
Paige Gleeson, ‘Morton’s Momento? Reading Indigenous counter-networks in the ‘post-colonial’ museum’;
Amy Way, ‘Displacing history, shifting paradigms: erasing Aboriginal antiquity from Australian anthropology’;
Catherine De Lorenzo and Eileen Chanin, ‘Arts on show: Australia’s first national pavilions at international expositions in 1908 and 1937’;
David Reynaud and Emanuela Reynaud, ‘What diggers drank: the AIF and refreshments 1914-18’;
Paul Bleakley, ‘Dreams of a united Left” The SDA’s role in the rise (and fall) of a radical New Left in Queensland’;
Portia Dilena, “The beginning of feminism’: The RCAE Study Centre and feminism in Albury-Wodonga in the 1970s and 1980s’.
Print subscriptions should arrive in the mail soon! Access online by logging in to the AHA website.