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'For Those Who've Come Across the Seas...': Australian Multicultural Theory, Policy and Practice
Andrew Jakubowicz, Christina Ho
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'Long Views and Short Vistas': Victoria's 19th-century Public Botanic Gardens
Gwen Pascoe
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'Not Charted on Ordinary Maps': The Newcastle Steelworks Closure
John Lewer
The closure of the Newcastle steelworks - the story of workers and unions, managers and decisions, and Newcastle, intertwined in the largest deindustrialisation event in Australias history
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‘A passion for exploring new countries’. Matthew Flinders & George Bass
Josephine Bastian
For eight years Matthew Flinders and George Bass made voyages changed the map of Australia. They were ready for even greater ventures. And then it was all over.
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"Our Principle of Sex Equality": The Ordination of Women in the Congregational Church in Australia 1927-1977
Julia Pitman
Between 1927 and 1977, when the Uniting Church in Australia was founded, fifteen Australian Congregational women were ordained for service. This is their story.
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150 Years Of Spring Street — Victorian Government: 1850s to 21st Century
Robert Murray
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A Companion to the Australian Media
Bridget Griffen-Foley
The first comprehensive, up-to-date historical account of Australia's press, broadcasting and new media sectors arranged in nearly 500 articles by media scholars, journalists & media players
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A Different Kind of Subject: Colonial Law in Aboriginal European Relations in 19th Century Western Australia, 1829–61
Ann Hunter
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A Disappearing World: Studies in Class, Gender & Memory
Ian Watson
A fascinating glimpse of class and gender relations in two working-class communities in the second half of the 20th century in Australia
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A Dream of Red Dragonflies
Trevor Hay
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A Far Cry: Town Crying in the Antipodes
Anne Doggett
For a century and a half town criers walked the streets of Australian towns, ringing their bells and conveying their messages. This fascinating account is the first to tell their full story.
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A Funny Course for a Woman
Rosemary Balmford
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A Gathering
Nicholas Lyon Gresson
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A Hatful of Cherries
Félix Calvino
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A History of the Moral Economy – Markets, Custom and the Philosophy of Popular Entitlement
John R. Owen
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A Lemnos Odyssey: From Jason and The Argonauts to the ANZACs at Gallipoli. The Story of the Greek Island of Lemnos
Tony Whitefield, Roger Hawthorn
From Jason and The Argonauts to the ANZACS at Gallipoli. The Story of the Greek island of Lemnos
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A Life in Music: Ruth Nye and Arrau Heritage
Roma Randles
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A Life in Poetry: Nicholas Lyon Gresson
Elizabeth Grierson
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A Long Road Home: The Life and Times of Grisha Sklovsky
John Nicholson
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A Manifesto for New South Wales: Edward Smith Hall and the Sydney Monitor 1826–1840
Erin Ihde
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A Peculiar Gentleman: George Rusden, A Life
John O'Leary
The biography of George Rusden, a former Melbourne civil servant and polemical historian, sued by John Bryce, over a claim Bryce had taken part in a massacre of Maori women and children in Taranaki some years earlier.
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A Place to Lay My Head: Immigrant Shelters of Nineteenth century Victoria
Keith Pescod
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A Prescription for Action: The Life of Dr Janet Irwin
Susan Currie
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A Tale of Ambition and Unrealised Hope: John Montagu and Sir John Franklin
Craig R. Joel
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A Voyage to Australia: A diary written by A.J.W. van Delden in 1866 while on a mission to establish a steam-ship line between Java and Australia
A.J.W. van Delden, Dorine Tolley
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A World History
Paul Kelloway
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About the three whales and many other things: A book about Music
David Forrest, Mariya Kabalevskaya
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Abrogating Responsibility
Geoffrey Gray
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Abundance — Buying and Selling in Postwar Australia
Amanda McLeod
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Academic Success and Social Power: Examinations and Inequality
Richard Teese
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After Defensive War
Kenneth Rivett
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After Electra: Rage, Grief and Hope in Twentieth-century Fiction
Eden Liddelow
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Against the Odds: Poverty in Addis Ababa
Klaus Serr
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Agents of Empire: How E.L. Mitchell’s photographs shaped Australia
Joanna Sassoon
For nearly 100 years, E.L. Mitchells emblematic photographs have shaped ideas about Australia. But who was Mitchell and why did he succeed above his competitors?
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Alfonso
Félix Calvino
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Algorithms: Machines of the Mind
Marcus Randall
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Alias Blind Larry: The Mostly True Memoir of James Laurence The Singing Convict
Rob Wills
Alias Blind Larry is a convict story, an adventure story, a colonial story, a Jewish story, a theatrical story. A fascinating piece of history, untold until now. Through the narrative of Laurences life, it re-creates a whole period of history.
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All Hail The Leaders: The Australian Labor Party and Political Leadership
Glenn Kefford
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all the beginnings: a queer autobiography of the body
Quinn Eades
Unflinching in the examination of a life marked by trauma and joy, all the beginnings is ultimately a book about falling in love: with writing, children, mothers, and with the self
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Alternative Medicine: A New Regulatory Model
Michael Weir
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Always Almost Modern: Australian Print Cultures and Modernity
David Carter
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Always Hungry
Inez Baranay
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An Inch of Rain: A Water History of Northern Victoria
Robyn Ballinger
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Anzac Legacies — Australians and the Aftermath of War
Martin Crotty, Marina Larsson
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Anzac: The Landing, The Legend, The Law
Catherine Bond
An interrogation of the legal history of one of Australia and New Zealands most revered words - 'Anzac' - and the restrictions on the acronym that still exist today.
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Archaeology from Australia
Tim Murray
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Architectures For Apprenticeship: Achieving Economic and Social Goals
Erica Smith, Philipp Gonon, Annette Foley
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Art & Time
Jan Lloyd Jones, Paul Campbell, Peter Wylie
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Art and Authenticity
Jan Lloyd Jones, Julian Lamb
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Arthur Fadden: A Political Silhouette
Tracey Arklay
Arthur Fadden, leader of the Country Party, prime minister and treasurer. An architect of the current coalition between the Liberal Party and Country (now National) Party.
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Arts Management: Insights and Perspectives
David Forrest
A range of writings produced by students in the Masters of Arts program at RMIT University. The papers cover the broad areas of arts management, policy, law, community arts, arts criticism and collections.
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Arts Of Publication
Lucy Neave, James Connor, Amanda Crawford
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As Others See Us — The Values Debate in Australia
J. V. D'Cruz, Bernie Neville, Devika Goonewardene, Phillip Darby
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Asian Dawn
Michael Wilding
Michael Wilding's novel follows private detective Keith Plant as he searches for a lady's missing husband in the seedy streets of Bangkok.
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Australia Through Women's Eyes
Ann Standish
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Australia's Secular Foundations
Malcolm Wood
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Australia’s Ancient Aboriginal Past
Murray Johnson
Analysing the complexity of the extraordinary achievements of Australian Aborigines and the evidence surrounding the identity of Australia's first occupants.
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Australia, Our Heritage
John Molony
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Australian Jewellery Topos: Talking about place
Robert Baines, Nicole Polentas, Melissa Miller
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Australian Local Government and Community Development
Frank Hornby
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Australian Pianists: A Cross-section of Performers Offers Insights into Aspects of Pianism
Martin Comte
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AVJennings: Home Builders to the Nation
Roy Edwards, Vic Jennings, Don Garden
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Balanced Growth – A History of the Department of Economics, University of Melbourne
Ross Williams
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Barcroft Boake
W.F. Refshauge
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Becoming Indigenous to the Universe: Reflections on Living Systems, Indigenity and Citizenship
Kerry Arabena
In Becoming Indigenous to the Universe Kerry Arabena seeks to converge the wisdom of Indigenous peoples philosophic traditions with scientific and ethical understandings of modern thought.
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Before the Old People & Still Today – An Ethnoarchaeology of Yanyuwa Places and Narratives of Engagement
Amanda Kearney
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Behind the Legend: The Many Worlds of Charles Todd
Denis Cryle
Telegraph Todd became a legend in his own lifetime for introducing Australian colonists to a new information age. But only recently has the full extent of his many and varied achievements come to light.
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Belvedere Woman
Ian Callinan
Sandra Rentle knows she is trapped in a fast-fading world of old money and snobbery and the life she'd become accustomed had long been little more than a delusion.
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Bishop of Magnetic Power: James Moorhouse in Melbourne, 1876–1886
Morna Sturrock
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Black Writers, White Editors – Episodes of collaboration and compromise in Australian publishing history
Jenny Jones
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Blind Optimist: The Life of Lawrie McCredie
Di Websdale-Morrissey
The story of Lawrie McCredie, a Lieutenant who lost an arm and his sight but continued to live a life of achievement with great humility and humour
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Book Life: The Life and Times of David Scott Mitchell
Eileen Chanin
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Books for the Profession: The Library of the Supreme Court of Victoria
Sue Reynolds
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Breadth for a Dying Word
Tom Petsinis
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Bricks or Spirit?
Emma Russell
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Bridging Troubled Waters: Australia and Asylum Seekers
Tony Ward
Australian discussion of asylum seekers is polarised between slogans of 'Stop the Boats' and 'Bring them here'.
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Brightly Fades The Don
J. H. Fingleton
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Broomstick: Personal Reflections
Leonie Kramer
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Bull Days
Tina Giannoukos
The poems in Bull Days grapple with desire, ethics and compassion. Multi-voiced, this sequence of fifty-eight sonnets explores the contemporary possibilities of the form.
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Bushranging and the Policing of Rural Banditry in New South Wales, 1860–1880
Susan West
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By-Lines, Balibo, Bali Bombings: Australian Journalists in Indonesia
Ross Tapsell
The restrictions and governmental and military constraints on the reporting of Indonesia by Australian journalists. An examination of history, Australia-Indonesia relations and press freedom
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Camden — Farm and Village Life in Early NSW
Alan Atkinson
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Campfires at the Cross — An Account of the Bunting Dale Aboriginal Mission 1839–1851
Heather Le Griffon
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Canberry Tales
Allen Mawer, G. A. Mawer
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Catalina De Erauso: The Lieutenant Nun and the Conquest of the New World
Heidi Zogbaum
Catalina de Erauso, known as the Lieutenant Nun, escaped the nunnery, dressed as a boy and embarked on a journey around The Americas as a soldier, gambler, brawler and duellist.
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CC, The Colin McDonald Story: Cricket, Tennis, Life
Colin McDonald, Richie Benaud
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Celluloid Anzacs —The Great War Anzac Debate through Australian Cinema
Daniel Reynaud
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Centralian Tourism
James Goulding
The story of Centralian tourism's remarkable development from its foundations in the make-do commercial enterprises of the 1920s until the 1970s, when the Territory became self-governing and Australia began to emerge as a destination of choice for international travellers
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Challenging the Humanities
Tony Bennett
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Challenging Women – Towards Equality in the Parliament of Victoria
Madeline Grey
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Changing Skin Colour in Australia: Herbert Basedow and the Black Caucasian
Heidi Zogbaum
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Charles Robert Scrivener: The surveyor who sited Australia's national capital twice
Terry Birtles
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Chaucer's Landscapes
Jan Lloyd Jones, Ralph Elliott
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Cheon of the Never Never
Kevin Wong Hoy
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Christopher Martin 'In the Middle of the Music': Memoirs and Memories
Mary Ryllis Clark
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City of Longing
Victoria Thompson
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Class Act: A Life of Creighton Burns
John Tidey
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Climate of Australia – The Authoritative Climate Reference
Bureau of Meteorology Staff
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Collections, Characters and Communities: The shaping of libraries in Australia and New Zealand
McMullin B.J.
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Colonial Australian Trade Mark Law
Amanda Scardamaglia
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Colonial Dickens: What Australians Made of the World's Favourite Author
Susan K Martin, Kylie Mirmohamadi
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Community Arts
Martin Comte
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Community Cultural Development: Challenges and Connections
Martin Comte
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Concerning the Spiritual: The influence of the Theosophical Society on Australian artists 1890–1934
Jenny McFarlane
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Constitutional Conventions in Australia
Ian Killey
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Convict and Free: the Master Furniture-makers of Early New South Wales 1788–1851
David Kelly
A comprehensive account of the lives and work of more than 80 of the leading furniture-makers in mainland NSW before the separation of Victoria in 1851
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Cosmopolitan Conservationists: Greening Modern Sydney
Peggy James
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Crushed by Women: Women and Wine
Jeni Port
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Culture, Knowledge, Property
Stephen Pritchard
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Cultured Colonists: George Alexander Gilbert and His Family, Settlers in Port Phillip
Margaret Bowman
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Cyril Hopkins' Marcus Clarke
Laurie Hergenhan, Ken Stewart, Michael Wilding
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d4p Design for Print
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Dancing with Warriors: A Diplomatic Memoir
Philip Flood
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Deserted and Destitute
Christina Twomey
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Designing Sound for Health and Wellbeing
Elizabeth Grierson, David Brown, Philip Samartzis, George Jelinek, Keely Macarow
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Despotic State or Free Individual: Two Traditions of Democracy in Australia
Greg Melluish
The poll-driven excesses of todays party politics can be seen as the triumph of an impoverished view of democracy that discourages the virtues of good leadership and personal responsibility.
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Deutschland über Allah! Germany, Gallipoli and The Great War
John F. Williams
John Williams examination of the German perspective of Gallipoli brings into relief the place of the campaign in the First World War as a whole. Through German eyes, what finally tipped the balance of the campaign was the brilliance and audacity of a lone-wolf U-boat commander.
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Digital Disruption: Impact on Business Models, Regulation & Financial Crime
David Chaikin, Derwent Coshott
Chaikin and Coshotts book provides a holistic view of the opportunities and threats entailed in the digital world of the 21st century, showing how digital disruption is impacting businesses, governments, investors and consumers.
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Dinny Going Down
Desmond O'Grady
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Dislocation
Ian Callinan
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Divine Discontent – The Brotherhood of St Laurence: A history
Colin Holden, Richard Trembath
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Dmitri Kabalevsky and Isme
David Forrest
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Do What They Like: The Media in the Australian Election Campaign 2010
Richard Stanton
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Doctor Do-Good: Charles Duguid and Aboriginal Advancement 1930s–1970s
Rani Kerin
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Domestic Violence: Australian Public Policy
Suellen Murray, Anastasia Powell
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Dr Edward Swarbreck Hall: Colonial Medical Scientist & Moral Activist
Stefan Petrow, Carey Denholm
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Driftwood: Escape and survival through art
Eva de Jong-Duldig
Spanning three continents and three generations, it poignantly captures both the loss that families encounter when they are dislocated by war and the challenges they face when adapting to a new way of life.
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Droughts, Floods and Cyclones – El Niños that Shaped our Colonial Past
Donald Garden
Loss of human life, destruction of crops and pastures, millions of dead animals, economic retardation and denuded landscapesall these are associated with El Nio events in the early twentieth century.
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Duelling Surgeon, Colonial Patriot: The Remarkable Life of William Bland
Robert Lehane
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Dymphna
Judith Armstrong
Dymphna Lodewyckx was a brilliant linguist who easily won prizes and scholarships but cannot be said to have pursued a career; instead, she married Manning Clark, the great Australian historian
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Early Merchant Families of Sydney: Speculation and Risk Management on the Fringes of Empire
Janette Holcomb
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Echuca: A history
Susan Priestly
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Editors in Conversation
Kerry Biram, Diane Brown, Jenny Craig
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Encounters With Asian Decolonisation
David Fettling
Shortly after the Second World War, five Australians, all government officials, experienced first-hand the revolt of Asia. The European colonial system disintegrated and powerful new states rose in its place an independent India, an Indonesian Republic, a fractious Malaya, a Communist China.
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Engaging Rome and Jerusalem: Historical Essays for our Time
Edwin Judge, Stuart Piggin
A collection of Edwin Judge's essays on the angst and contradictions in modern civilisation in terms of the unresolved tension between Classical and biblical thought
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Engineer to Marvellous Melbourne: The Life and Times of William Thwaites
Robert La Nauze
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Episcopally Led and Synodically Governed: Anglicans in Victoria 1803–1997
James Grant
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Ernest Wood and the Foundation of The Musical Tradition at St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne
Ian Burk
The religious, musical and cultural motives and reasons for establishing and preserving a choir and exclusive choir school at St Pauls Cathedral in pre-Federation Melbourne
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Escape from the Sun: Surviving the Tyrannies of Lenin, Hitler and Stalin
Eugene Schlusser
This is a powerful account of a son retrieving his past to safeguard the future.
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Espresso New Edition
Andrew Brown-May
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Essays 2014: Politics
Kate Gleeson, Murray Goot, Aleksandra Hadzelek, Rafael Rodriguez Prieto, Greg Melluish
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Essential Oils in Therapeutic Care
Trisha Dunning
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Eugene's Falls
A. Frances Johnson
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Fabulous Follies, Frauds and Fakes
Robert Baines
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Fairness and Equality: Drawing Election Districts in Australia
Jenni Newton-Farrelly
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Famous People Who Have Met Me and Other Stories: The Photography of Greg Noakes
Greg Noakes
The best photographs from award-winning Australian photographer Greg Noakes's archives, from the hedonistic highs of a rampant Cold Chisel to the devastation of Victoria's Black Saturday bushfires
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Father’s Right Hand Man: Women on Australia’s Family Farms in the Age of Federation, 1880s–1920s
Kathryn M. Hunter
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Fighting Monsters: An Intimate History of the Sandakan Tragedy
Richard Wallace Braithwaite
Only six escapees survived the Sandakan death marches of 1945 in North Borneo, the worst atrocity ever inflicted on Australian soldiers. One of the survivors, Richard Wallace Braithwaites father, died in 1986, still wanting the story to be properly told
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Financial Crime Risks, Globalisation and the Professions
David Chaikin
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Finding Home: The Masson family 1886–1980
R.J.W. Selleck
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Flanders in Australia: A Personal History of Wool and War
Jacqueline Dwyer
From the late 19th century to the 1950s, many wool buyers from the Flanders region of France and Belgium emigrated to Australia with their families to establish careers as buyers for the woollen mills of Europe. Although originally they had no intention of remaining here permanently, many stayed, establishing a prosperous and vibrant French community.
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Follow the Gleam: A History of Essendon Primary School 1850-2000
Adrian Jones
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Fools' Paradise: Life in an Altered State
Ross Fitzgerald, Trevor Jordan
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For The Common Weal: The Public High School in Victoria 1910-2010
Richard Teese
A study of the rise of public high schools in Victoria over the last 100 years and the barriers to greater social progress that must be addressed if the mission of the public high school is to succeed
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Forgotten Hero: Richard Bourke—Irish-born Governor of New South Wales 1831–1837
Max Waugh
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Four Quarters
Tom Petsinis, Jim Pavlidis
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Four Weeks One Summer: When It All Went Wrong
Nicholas Whitlam
In the summer of 1936, over just four weeks, it all went wrong. The Spanish Civil War was on. Edward VIII took a scandalous holiday cruise with Mrs Simpson, Berlin staged the greatest sporting event of modern times, the alternative Peoples Olympiad never came to be, and Barcelona was transformed into a unique workers paradise. All this in four weeks.
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French Canadian Rebels as Australian Convicts
Brian M. Petrie
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French Lives in Australia
Ivan Barko, Eric Berti
The twenty-four French figures who contributed to Australia's economic, cultural and social development
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From New Left to Factional Left
Alan Barcan
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From Small Beginnings: The Victorian School of Languages
Catherine Bryant, Bruno Mascitelli
More than a mere chronological recount of milestones and achievements of the VSL over its 80-year history, but a nuanced, analytical, and critical account of what is arguably one of Victorias greatest educational assets
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From St Petersburg to Port Jackson: Russian Travellers’ Tales of Australia 1807-1912
Kevin Windle, Elena Govor, Alexander Massov
A collection of reports, notes and memoirs from Russian officers, recording their impressions of colonial Australia, the convict system, the indigenous peoples, the life of the settlers and the wild life of the continent
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From Strength to Strength
Allan M. Blanch
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Frontier, Race, Nation — Henry Reynolds and Australian History
Bain Attwood, Tom Griffiths
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Garden Cuttings — Articles for The Age by Nina Crone
Helen Forgasz
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Gardens of the Goldfields: A central Victorian Sojourn
Mandy Stroebel
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Ginger in Australian Food and Medicine
Leonie A. Ryder
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Giving Ground
Libby Lester
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Giving Voice: A History of Multicultural Arts Victoria
Paul Clarkson
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Going Native: The Passions of Philip Jacks
Rohan Price
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Gold Tailings: The Hidden History of Victoria’s Central Goldfield Region
Charles Fahey, Alan Mayne
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Goldfields and the Gothic
David Waldron
Generations of Australians have grown up with the legend of Eureka and the familiar images of the gold rush in central Victoria. However, underneath these commonly known stories lies a stranger and darker past. As well as colonists, pioneers, soldiers and rebel miners, the colonial goldfields were home to spiritualists, secret societies, ghost-hoaxers, bunyip legends and murderers
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Growing Wild
Michael Wilding
A career that is remarkable for how prolific and innovative it has been in so many areas, whether Wilding was working as a short story writer, novelist, critic, editor, commentator, anthologist, or publisher
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Guy Gaunt: The Boy From Ballarat Who Talked America Into the Great War
Anthony Delano
Guy Gaunt built a career by playing outside the rules. He dodged his way up the ranks of the Royal Navy, married for money, snatched up a country estate, won a seat in Parliament and faked his disappearance to run off with the wife of the Kings doctor. His infiltration of Americas leadership changed the course of history
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Hard to go Bung: World War 2 Soldier Settlement in Victoria 1945–1962
Rosalind Smallwood
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Head Shot
Jarad Henry
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Hector
Rozzi Bazzani
Hector Crawford - a name synonymous with Australian TV. This compelling story recounts how, as Crawfords influence grew, the off screen politics employed by networks and rivals to diminish his companys power became as exciting as any of his on screen dramas
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Hergesheimer Hangs In
Morris Lurie
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Heroes and Villains: the Rise and Fall of the Early Australian Labor Party
Nick Dyrenfurth
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Higgs Force: Cosmic Symmetry Shattered: The story of the greatest scientific discovery for 50 years
Nicholas Mee
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History, Politics & Knowledge — Essays in Australian Indigenous studies
Andrew Gunstone
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Homefront Hostilities: The First World War and Domestic Violence
Elizabeth Nelson
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Honourable Healers: Pioneering Women Doctors
Merrilyn Murnane
Three remarkable women rewrote the history books by becoming doctors in a world where women were not even allowed to vote.
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Hugh Trumble: A Cricketer's Life
Alf Batchelder
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If the moon smiled
Chandani Lokuge
As a young woman in Sri Lanka, Manthri marvels at the promise of life and yearns for a future of fulfilled dreams
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Illness in Colonial Australia
F. B. Smith
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Imposing Peace and Prosperity — Australia, Social Justice and Labour Reform in Occupied Japan
Christine de Matos
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In Due Season: Australian Literary Studies, a Personal Memoir
Harry Heseltine
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In So Many Words: Interviews with Writers, Scholars and Intellectuals
Cassandra L. Atherton
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In the Shadow of a Hero
Jenny Herbert
After a Quaker finds the remains of Burke and Wills in the Australian outback, his public success leads him to confront his beliefs and capacity for deceit.
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In the Valley of the Weed
Michael Wilding
Tim Vicars disappears. Has his research project on decriminalizing marijuana provoked the growers, dealers and intelligence agencies to direct action? Plant, hired to find him, heads off into the Valley of the Weed.
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Incognita: The Invention and Discovery of Terra Australis
Allen Mawer, G. A. Mawer
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Indigenous Health: Power, Politics and Citizenship
Dominic O'Sullivan
In Indigenous Health Dominic OSullivan considers the claims that Indigenous people can reasonably make on the public health system and what these claims mean for Australian conceptions of citizenship, democracy, and human rights.
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Inspector Anders and the Prague Dossier
Marshall Browne
Inspector Anders Europols top terrorism investigator and Mafia nemesis is ordered to Prague, tasked with locating a mysterious, unpublished dossier said to detail explosive allegations against the Czech Republics most eminent business leaders
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Inspiring Australians: The First Fifty Years of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust
Penelope Hanley
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J.A. Lyons — The Tame Tasmanian Appeasement and rearmament in Australia 1932–39
David Bird
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Jack Lang and the Great Depression
Frank Cain
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James Morrill: Captive of Empire
Bruce Breslin
James Morrill was an eye-witness to Australias longest war that roiled the Australian continent episodically for 140 years.
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Joan in India
Suzanne Falkiner
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John Curtin: How He Won Over the Media
Caryn Coatney
The life of John Curtin is one of Australia's most remarkable stories. He overcame childhood hardships to become the prime minister in turbulent times
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John Howard and the Conservative Tradition
Norman Abjorensen
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Journey Without Arrival – The Life and Writing of Vincent Buckley
John McLaren
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Journeying: Reflections on Doctoral Studies by Australian Music Educators
David Forrest
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Justice of the Deep North: A Historical Perspective on Crime and Punishment in Queensland
Carole McCartney, Robyn Lincoln, Paul Wilson
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Kabalevsky: Musical Views
David Forrest
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Keating and His Party Room
Jim Snow
Keating and His Party Room is the first comprehensive account of a full term of the proceedings of the Labor Party Roomthe Caucuswhere the Partys actions and performance in the Parliament are closely scrutinised and debated.
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Keep the Presses Running: The Australian Printing Industry in the Twentieth Century
Benjamin Thorn
The book describes the Australian printing industry in the twentieth century largely in the words of people who worked in it.
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Kismet: The Story of Gallipoli POWs
Jennifer Lawless
67 Australian POWs from Gallipoli tell of life in the camps and challenge the myth that the lot of the prisoner was one of constant suffering and hardship.
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Kon-Tiki Revisited
Robert Langdon
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Labor and Santamaria
Robert Murray
Bob Santamaria's influence on the forces that fought the Communist Party for control of Australia's union movement at the peak of the Cold War led directly to the Australian Labor Party's disastrous Split of 195557
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Labor's Historic Mission
Brian Ellis
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Land and Livelihoods in Papua New Guinea
Tim Anderson
In Papua New Guinea powerful interests have their eyes on land. At stake are the livelihoods of most of the countrys seven million people, mostly in rural areas. This book examines their economic options
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Leadership and the Liberal Revival — Bolte, Askin and the Post-war Ascendancy
Norman Abjorensen
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Leading Social Work
Jane Miller
The history of social work education at the University of Melbourne, tracing the influences that would ultimately shape social work as a new profession in Australia. This exploration of 75 years of teaching and research pays tribute to the people who have had a critical impact on the profession.
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Leaving Home with Henry
Phillip Edmonds
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Legacies of War
Nigel Starck
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Legal History Journal Vol 13.1
Andrew Buck
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Legal History Journal Vol 13.2
Andrew Buck
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Legal History Journal Vol 16.1
Jessica Lake, Amanda Scardamaglia
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Legal History Journal Vol 16.2
Amanda Scardamaglia, Jessica Lake
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Letters from a Floating Life
Trevor Hay
In solitude, in a hotel in China, a man writes to a close friend, trying to identify themes in his life and relationships, revealed in the memory of sometimes funny, sometimes traumatic incidents and episodes. Intermittently he also writes of his present days in China, of the shifting persona he has adopted in order to lead a 'floating life' between worlds and identities.
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Life's Logic: 150 Years of Physiology at The University of Melbourne
Juliet Flesch
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Living Like a Kelly
Dorothy Simmons
A journalist writing a story about Dan Kelly and Steve Hart of the Kelly Gang being alive and well in South Africa comes face-to-face with Kelly's mother
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Localising Human Services
Robert Lowell
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Lord Sydney: The Life and Times of Tommy Townshend
Andrew Tink
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Lord Sydney: The Life and Times of Tommy Townshend HARDBACK
Andrew Tink
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