‘law&history’ latest issue

law&history, vol. 5:1 (2018) acknowledges the 180th anniversary of the Myall Creek massacre with Ann Curthoys leading a forum discussion on its significance and meaning, and Tim Rowse considering the moral position of the colonial Native Police. Articles by legal historians illuminate other issues of importance in colonial and imperial history: the ownership of mapping knowledge, the outlawing of ‘fraudulent’ witchcraft practices, the implementation of Aboriginal governance, and the unprecedented deportation of Pacific Islanders on the basis of race.

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