History Australia Issue 20.3

Issue 20.3 of History Australia is now available in full online. Research articles in this issue include:

Robert Llewellyn Tyler, ‘Acculturation and Change in Ethno-Linguistic Cultural Expression: The Welsh in Ballarat, Victoria, in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century’

Fiona Paisely, ‘The Aboriginal Australians and the League of Coloured Peoples in London’

Jodie Boyd, ‘“Our Most Undesirable Migrants Usually Have Some Redeeming Qualities But Not Aziz”: Character and the Politics of Integration, 1976—1984′

Sianan Healy, ‘Broken Bodies: Oral Histories of Infertility After the Women’s Liberation Movement’

My Life in History and Landmark Histories articles in this issue include:

Bruce Kercher, ‘My Life in History’

Sybil Nolan, ‘Robert Menzies’ Forgotten People and the Meaning of 1992’

Judith Brett, ‘Landmark Histories: Response’

Issue 20.3 also includes reviews by Heather Goodall, Amy Way, Simon Ville, Miranda Johnson, Nancy Cushing, Ian Hoskins and more. Print subscriptions should arrive in the mail soon. Access online by logging in to the AHA website.

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