Australian Humanities Review

Please note: This journal ceased publishing with ANU Press in 2012. Current issues are available at australianhumanitiesreview.org.

Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics.

Australian Humanities Review: Issue 52, 2012 »

Edited by: Monique Rooney, Russell Smith
Publication date: September 2012
Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics.
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Australian Humanities Review: Issue 51, 2011 »

Edited by: Monique Rooney, Russell Smith
Publication date: December 2011
Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics.
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Australian Humanities Review: Issue 50, 2011 »

Unloved Others: Death of the Disregarded in the Time of Extinctions

Publication date: May 2011
Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics.
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Australian Humanities Review: Issue 49, 2010 »

Edited by: Monique Rooney, Russell Smith
Publication date: November 2010
Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics.
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Australian Humanities Review: Issue 48, 2010 »

Edited by: Monique Rooney, Russell Smith
Publication date: June 2010
Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics.
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Australian Humanities Review: Issue 47, 2009 »

Edited by: Monique Rooney, Russell Smith
Publication date: December 2009
Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics.
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Australian Humanities Review: Issue 46, 2009 »

Edited by: Monique Rooney, Russell Smith
Publication date: May 2009
Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics.
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Australian Humanities Review: Issue 45, 2008 »

Edited by: Monique Rooney, Russell Smith
Publication date: November 2008
Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics.
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Australian Humanities Review: Issue 44, 2008 »

The idea of South: Australia’s global positioning

Edited by: Monique Rooney, Russell Smith
Publication date: July 2008
Australian Humanities Review is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal featuring articles, essays and reviews focusing on a wide array of topics related to literature, culture, history and politics. Issue 44 of Australian Humanities Review is dedicated to exploring the idea of ‘the South’ and its role in Australians’ perception of their place in the world. Culturally and politically, Australia is closer to the North than to the southern nations that are its neighbours, while geographically, ecologically and historically it remains part of the South. What are the implications of Australia’s global position? What reorientations of our notions of history, culture and knowledge are required for Australia fully to acknowledge its southern status?
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