ANU Historical Journal II: Number 3

ANU Historical Journal II: Number 3

 

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This issue of the ANU Historical Journal II brings together articles, reviews, lectures and artwork by historians from across Australia. It encompasses a wide range of subjects—local and foreign, modern and medieval—including Queensland politics in the 1960s and 1970s, the children's fiction of Victorian historian Margaret Kiddle, the moral lessons of Robin Hood tales, and the lives of Soviet ‘displaced persons’ in post-war Germany. The issue also exhibits a series of portraits of Australia's first eight prime ministers, as well as the short memoir of an ANU alumnus' experiences under the tutelage of Manning Clark. Finally, our reviewers discuss themes of colonialism, climate and transnational lives in recent published histories.

Details

ISSN (print):
2652-015X
ISSN (online):
2652-0281
Publication date:
Jun 2022
Imprint:
ANU Press
DOI:
http://doi.org/10.22459/ANUHJII.2022
Journal:
ANU Historical Journal II
Disciplines:
Arts & Humanities
Countries:
Australia

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