History Australia Issue 20.4

Issue 20.4 of History Australia is now available in full online. Research articles in this issue include: 

Sarah Luke, ‘Professional identity, prestige and the side hustles of lunacy doctors in New South Wales, 1879–1898’ 

Annie McCarthy, ‘Votes for children: the 1931 NSW Children’s Peace Vote for international cooperation, peace and security’ 

Chris Beer, ‘A compromised shore: seachange migration and landscape politics on the Central Coast of New South Wales, 1945–2001’ 

David Trudinger, ‘Failing the test of historical integrity? Revisiting Gallipoli, the Armenian genocide and the First World War’ 

Kylie Message, ‘Recognising research development and training in history and the public humanities through university and museum-led partnerships in Australia’ 

Orations and Editorials in this issue include: 

History Australia editors, ‘Editorial’ 

Frank Bongiorno, ‘From the President’ 

Graeme Davison, ‘An address on the fiftieth anniversary of the Australian Historical Association, 3 July 2023’ 

Issue 20.4 also includes reviews by Michelle Arrow, Fiona Gatt, James Watson, Beth Marsden, Kathryn Hunter, Heather Goodall, Meg Foster, Karen Fox, Alessandro Antonello, Charlotte Greenhalgh and others.  

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

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