History Australia Issue 20.1 

Issue 20.1 of History Australia is now available in full online. 2023 marks 20 years of publication for the journal, and Anna Clark kicks off the celebrations with ‘History Australia: a historical snapshot’.  

Other research articles in the issue include: 

Karen Downing, ‘A glass ceiling smashed? Reflecting on gender equity in the discipline of history’ 

Joel Barnes, ‘Australian universities and Atlantic slavery’ 

Josh Woodward, ‘Pioneers, progress and the sublime: Blue Mountains tourist promotion, 1885–1894’ 

Anna Temby, ‘“‘Not every person who waits is loitering”: public space, public order, and the ‘move on’ laws in colonial Brisbane, 1889–1895’ 

David Nichols, ‘A future of uncertainty: school, class, ethnicity, gender and power in Australian television’s “chalk-operas” of the 1970s’ 

Chelsea Barnett, ‘Masculinity, victimhood and national identity in 1970s Australian ocker cinema’ 

Andrew Hurley, ‘Noisy silences: complexity in non-Indigenous Central Australian soundscapes in the 1970s’ 

Daniel May, ‘Rethinking The Biggest Estate on Earth: a critique of grand unified theories’ 

Issue 20.1 also contains reviews by AHA members Tanya Evans, Julie McIntyre, Ruth Balint, Catherine Kevin, Hilary Howes, and Penny Edmonds.  

Print subscriptions should arrive in the mail soon. Access online by logging in to the AHA website. 
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