Forthcoming Titles

Here are a selection of soon to be released titles from Australian Scholarly Publishing and Arcadia.

Legends of War: The AIF in France, 1918
Pat Beale
1918 was a year of triumph for the Australian Corps in France yet today this is seldom recognised by most Australians. Our perceptions have been clouded by legends, built up over the past century, that have trivialised their achievement.
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Wuka nya-nganunga li-Yanyuwa li-Anthawirriyarra. Language for Us, The Yanyuwa Saltwater People. A Yanyuwa Encyclopaedia: Volume 1
John Bradley
This Encyclopaedia is a rich, authoritative repository of the cultural and linguistic knowledge of the Yanyuwa, the Saltwater people of the coastal and island country near Borroloola in the Northern Territory of Australia.
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Melbourne Street Life
Andrew Brown-May
Tom Roberts famous depiction of Bourke Street in the summer of 188586, just before the introduction of tramlines, sets the scene for the broad historical view of the street life of Melbourne
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Wuka nya-nganunga li-Yanyuwa li-Anthawirriyarra. Language for Us, The Yanyuwa Saltwater People. A Yanyuwa Encyclopaedia: Volume 2
This Encyclopaedia is a rich, authoritative repository of the cultural and linguistic knowledge of the Yanyuwa, the Saltwater people of the coastal and island country near Borroloola in the Northern Territory of Australia.
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Doctoral Research in Art
David Forrest
This collection on doctoral research in art complements previous work on undertaking doctoral research in music education and arts education.
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Estudios doctorales en educación musical y artística de España y Portugal: Visión y recorrido
Alberto Cabedo-Mas, Maravillas Díaz-Gómez, David Forrest
Doctoral studies in music and arts education in Spain and Portugal: View and journey is the first time that a group of music educators from universities in Spain and Portugal has reflected on their doctoral journey.
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‘A secondary education for all’?: A History of State Secondary Schooling in Victoria
John Andrews, Deborah Towns
'A secondary education for all?' reveals the lively history of how successive state and federal governments, the Department of Education, students, teachers and school communities have participated in creating and maintaining our government secondary schools.
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Unlocking the Past: What Stories Does Your School Have to Reveal?
John Andrews, Deborah Towns
A companion to 'A Secondary Education for All'. This Compendium is for those wanting to write the history of a Victorian government secondary school.
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