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  • Crawford, Robert (University of Queensland Press, 2012)
    Advertising?s shady reputation can be traced back to the fantastic claims and impossible promises made by quack medicine proprietors in their advertising columns. While the quack?s cures could be as medicinal as the ink ...
  • Dyson, Laurel (API network, 2006)
    It can be claimed that Indigenous Australian cookery is the world's oldest living culinary tradition. How ancient a tradition it can be considered depends on whether one has a scientific or a spiritual worldview. Most ...
  • Aylward, David (Routledge, 2004)
    This paper examines innovation and export linkages within different levels of cluster development. The aim of the paper, using empirical data from the Australian wine industry, is to demonstrate that the association between ...
  • Leimbach, Tania (Common Ground Publishing, 2013)
    Many art institutions are becoming more audience-centric. The remote scholarship of the traditional curator may not be conducive to engaging diverse audiences in the 21st century. By challenging the conventions of the ...
  • Stead, Naomi (University of Queensland Press, 2002)
    The recently completed National Museum of Australia (NMA) in Canberra, designed by architects Ashton Raggatt McDougall, has polarised the architectural community in Australia. While much of the critical comment centres on ...
  • Goodall, Heather (Australian History Inc, 2006)
  • Pearson, Michael (University of Hawaii Press, 2006)
    In any study of seascapes, an investigation of the littoral must be central, for it is here that land and sea meet. Is there such a thing as littoral society? Is it possible to go around the shores of an ocean, or a sea, ...
  • Crawford, Robert (Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 2003)
    Advertisements sell more tlum the product on offer - they sell acomplete ideology. Between 1900 and the 1960s, Australia's advertising industry was involved in a protracted campaign to establish a nation of consumers. This ...
  • Hamilton, Paula (University of Melbourne, School of Historical Studies, 2011)
    This essay explores the transformation of Australian ways of mourning over the last forty years through memorials-one particular means by which those who live on commemorate the dead. Here I argue that changes to the form, ...
  • Darian-Smith, Kate; Hamilton, Paula (Sage, 2013)
    This essay surveys the fields of oral history and memory studies in Australia since the publication of the landmark volume Memory and History in Twentieth-Century Australia in 1994. It argues that the practice of oral ...
  • Nowak, D; Florek, Magdalena; Nowak, J; Kwiatek, Wojciech; Lekki, Janusz; Zieba, Emil; Romero, Pedro; Ben-Nissan, Besim; Kuczumow, Andrzej (Trans Tech Publications, 2005)
    The distribution of about twenty inorganic elements was traced in the skeletons of black corals of the Anipathes salix species. Electron microprobe and PIXE mappings revealed the peculiar structure of this material, composed ...
  • Mitchell, Tony (ScreenSound Australia, LaTrobe University, 2005)
    The soundtrack for Rowan Woods? The boys (Australia 1997), by Sydney minimalist jazz group the Necks, provides a distinctive example of an Australian film score which contributes `cinesonic substance? to the film?s exploration ...
  • Osmond, G; Mcdermott, Marie-Louise (Univ Melbourne, 2008)
    Little research exists on the participation of Chinese in Australian sport in the colonial or Federation periods. This article examines the involvement of three, hitherto-unknown, amateur sportsmen in late nineteenth-century ...
  • Davidson, Sharon (Blackwell Publ Ltd, 2011)
    This is an interdisciplinary article which brings an anthropological perspective to the problem of the social basis of southern French Catharism. The exceptionally detailed inquistorial records concerning the Pyrennean ...
  • Goodman, David (Tecnol??gico de Monterrey, 2007)
  • Byrne, D. (SAGE Publications, 2003)
  • Kealley, Catherine; Elcombe, Margaret; Van Riessen, A; Ben-Nissan, Besim (Trans Tech Publications Ltd, 2006)
    This paper reports neutron diffraction data and its analysis that characterise a biocompatible hydroxyapatite composite material. The neutron data has elucidated the crystal structure, and enabled the positions of the ...
  • Cowlishaw, Gillian (Univ Melbourne, History Department, 2006)
    This essay asks how the remaking of Australian history in the last quarter of the twentieth century has affected the subjectivities and social relations of people who do not make history but who must don new truths about ...
  • Clark, Anna (Monash University Epress, 2012)
    The history wars are far from over: the question is, do they resonate beyond the limited public sphere in which they play out? What do Australians think of their history in light of these politicised historical debates? ...
  • Frawley, Stephen (Routledge, 2013)
    In this paper, the interdependent and fluid organisational networks that form to organise Olympic Games are analysed using Norbert Elias's concept of human figurations. Rather than considering organisational situations and ...