ANU Historical Journal II: Number 2

ANU Historical Journal II: Number 2

 

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The second issue of the ANU Historical Journal II showcases the research of authors ranging from undergraduate students through to professors, synthesising multiple generations of historical scholarship in the one volume. This issue of the ANUHJ II contributes to a plethora of subjects, with articles considering Australian journalists in China at the turn of the twentieth century; the moral messages of seventeenth-century Dutch Realist art; the characterisation of the ‘modern’ for 1920s women in Home magazine; how we research and teach Western Australian gay history; the production of Robert J. Hawke’s legacy; how Indonesia’s Borobudur temple reflects the country’s nationalism; the ‘housewife syndrome’ in mid-twentieth century America; Anzac and the formation of Australians’ sense of the past; and John Howard’s Indigenous policy portfolio. Further to this, contributors review some recently published books, while leading historians reflect on the past in lecture and essay form.

Details

ISSN (print):
2652-015X
ISSN (online):
2652-0281
Publication date:
Oct 2020
Imprint:
ANU Press
DOI:
http://doi.org/10.22459/ANUHJII.2020
Journal:
ANU Historical Journal II
Disciplines:
Arts & Humanities
Countries:
Australia

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