Vol 14 (2007)

Welcome to the third electronic publication of Public History Review. With articles and reviews dealing with countries including Australia, Britain, Cuba, New Zealand, Singapore and the United States, this volume reflects in part the growing internationalisation of public history. Public history is also an emerging field in a number of countries, notably Britain. We look forward to continued international engagements.

Paul Ashton and Paula Hamilton

Table of Contents

Articles (refereed)

Public Histories of Australian and British Women's Suffrage: Some Comparative Issues PDF
Hilda Kean
‘War history on scraps of paper’: Exhibitions of Documents at the Australian War Memorial, 1922-1954 PDF
Anne-Marie Conde
Decolonizing the Archives: The Work of New Zealand's Waitangi Tribunal PDF
Rachel Buchanan
Blogging as Popular History Making, Blogs as Public History: The Singapore Case Study PDF
Stephanie Ho
The Bay of Pigs: Revisiting Two Museums PDF
Peter Read, Marivic Wyndham
Four Corners Television History: Gallipoli and the Fall of Singapore PDF
Kevin Blackburn
Oral Histories of a Layered Landscape: The Rushworth Oral History Project PDF
Keir Reeves, E. Rebecca Sanders, Gordon Chisholm
Official and Vernacular Public History: Historical Anniversaries and Commemorations in Newcastle, NSW PDF
Erik Eklund


Uses of Heritage by Laurajane Smith PDF
Jannelle Warren-Findley
The Lowell Experiment: Public History in a Postindustrial City by Cathy Stanton PDF
Paul Ashton
The Historian's Conscience: Australian Historians on the Ethics of History edited by Stuart Macintyre PDF
Michelle Arrow
Between the Flags: One Hundred Summers of Australian Surf Lifesaving edited by Ed Jaggard PDF
Jennifer Cornwall
Expressions of Mercy: Brisbane's Marter Hospital 1906-2006 by Helen Gregory; The Royal:... A History of the Royal Newcastle Hospital 1817-2005 by Susan Marsden with Cynthia Hunter; A Profession's Pathyway by Mary Sheehan with Sonia Jennings PDF
Judith Godden
City, Country, Empire: Landscapes in Environmental History edited by Jeffrey M. Diefendorf and Kurk Dorsey PDF
Rose Searby