History Australia Issue 21.2

Issue 21.2 of History Australia has been published online and in print! This issue includes the previously-announced ‘Forum on Imperial Histories of Crime’ edited by Meg Foster, and featuring the following contributions:

Andy Kaladelfos & Vicky Nagy, ‘Historical Criminology and Colonialism’

Katherine Bruce-Lockhart & Tolulope Akande, ‘Archives, prisons and person-centred historical praxis: doing social history research on incarceration in colonial Africa’

Nishant Gokhale & Meg Foster, ‘‘Not regular thieves’: shades of Bhil engagement with company criminal justice (c. 1818–1825)’

The issue also includes three other excellent original research articles:

Mark Finnane, ‘”An atrocious crime”: perjury on trial in colonial Australia’

Harrison Croft, ‘“Are you happy now?”: women gauge readers and postwar Victoria’

Geraldine Fela, ‘Don’t be shame, be game! Responding to HIV and AIDS in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities’

The issue also features a ‘My Life in History’ essay by Shurlee Swain, along with reviews from AHA members Frank Bongiorno, Victoria Haskins, Laura Rademaker and plenty more!

The AHA reminds members that publications in History Australia are supported by Open Access agreements between the Council of Australian University Librarians and Taylor & Francis. Check the journal’s website to see if your institution is covered by these agreements.

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

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