History Australia Issue 20.2 

Issue 20.2 of History Australia is now available in full online. Research articles in this issue include: 

Catherine Gay, ‘“All the perils of the ocean”: Girls’ emotions on voyages to Australia, 1851–1884’  

Joseph Yugi Williams, Levi McLean & Darren Jorgensen, ‘Tracker Nat Warano’s art of Ngijinkirri, the Tennant Creek Brio and Warumungu history’ 

Amanda Laugesen, ‘Towards an “Australian voice”: A.G. Mitchell and debates over Australian speech, 1940–1960’ 

James Mortensen, ‘A history of “domestic violence” in Australian politics’ 

Michael Clarke, ‘The “greatest threat” to Australian and global security? A history of the Howard government’s evolving perception of nuclear proliferation, 1996–2007’ 

Imogen Wegman, ‘Five lessons from teaching family history to older students online’  

Issue 20.2 also contains reviews by AHA members Jennifer McLaren, Jon Piccini, Michelle Staff and Jessica Urwin.  

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

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