Vol 20 (2013)

Welcome to volume 20 of Public History Review. This issue marks the journal's twenty-first year of publication. We look forward to your continued contributions and support.

Table of Contents

Articles (refereed)

‘What better excuse for a real adventure’: History, Memory and Tourism on the Kokoda Track PDF
Jo Hawkins 1-23
History Making: The Historian as Consultant PDF
Jorma Kalela 24-41
'Each in his narrow cell for ever laid': Dunedin's Southern Cemetery and its New Zealand Counterparts PDF
Alexander Trapeznik, Austin Gee 42-67
'for their own purpose of identity': Tom Stannage and Australian Local History PDF
David Carment 68-79
Beyond the Walls: Sites of Trauma and Suffering, Forgotten Australians and Institutionalisation via Punitive ‘Welfare’ PDF
Jacqueline Z. Wilson 80-93

Non-refereed Articles

‘My country’s heart is in the market place’: Tom Stannage interviewed by Peter Read PDF
Tiffany Shellam, Joanna Sassoon 94-103
Anastasia's Journeys: Two Voices in a Limited Space PDF
Nicola Pullan 104-114