Centre for WA History

Issue 32


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Editors

  • Jenny Gregory
  • Bobbie Oliver

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  • Issue 32, 2018.

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  1. Articles
  2. Book Reviews

Articles

    • Introduction
      Jenny Gregory

    Part One

    • Uncovering the Emotional Impact of World War One in a Western Australian Street
      Claire Greer

    • Gallipoli's troubled hearts: Fear, nerves and repatriation
      Ffion Murphy and Richard Nile

    • Repatriation: a Debt of Gratitude
      Michelle McKeough
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    • Building Lemnos Hospital: The practise of emotions in the aftermath of World War One
      Davina French

    • The Albany Desert Mounted Corps Memorial as an affective landscape
      John Stephens

    Part Two

    • The Battle of Minderoo
      Peter Gifford

    • A Race War: Tracing Emotions on the Murchison frontier in Western Australia 1880-1915
      Robin Barrington
    • 'Honour and Praise we are jealous of giving to him who in danger works hard day to day': memorialisation and industrial disasters in Western Australia
      Bobbie Oliver

    • Beyond the ANZAC Spirit: Commemorating civilian experience of war
      Alison Atkinson-Phillips

    • 'Humour and Heart' in a time of war
      Jenny Gregory
    • Thoughts on the study of emotions: reflections on teaching about Australia's foreign wars to university students
      Charlie Fox


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    Book Reviews

    • Chris Owen, Every Mother's Son is Guilty
      Henry Reynolds

    • Shino Konishi, Maria Nugent and Tiffany Shellam (eds), 'Indigenous Intermediaries: New Perspectives on Exploration Archives' and Tiffany Shellam, Maria Nugent, Shino Konishi and Allison Cadzow (eds), 'Brokers and Boundaries: Colonial Exploration in Indigenous Territory'
      Malcolm Allbrook

    • Liz Conor, 'Skin Deep: Settler Impressions of Aboriginal Women'
      Elfie Shiosaki

    • Deborah Wilson, 'Different White People: Radical Activism for Aboriginal Rights 1946-1972'
      Anne Scrimgeour

    • Leigh Straw, 'After the War: Returned Soldiers and the Mental and Physical Scars of World War I'
      Guiseppe Finaldi
    • Alice Nelson, 'After This: Survivors of the Holocaust Speak'
      Ned Curthoys

    • Anthony J. Barker and Michael L. Ondaatje, 'A Little America in Western Australia: The US Naval Communication Station at North West Cape and the Founding of Exmouth'
      Angela Wanhalla

    • Susan Maushart, 'This Little World: Presbyterian Ladies' College 100 Years 1915-2015'
      Alison Mackinnon

    • Ruth A. Morgan, 'Running Out? Water in Western Australia'
      Heather Goodall

    • Dorothy Erickson, 'Inspired: By Light & Land: Designers and Makers in Western Australia 1829-1969'
      Ted Snell
    • Andrew Gill, 'Convict Assignment in Western Australia 1842-1851'
      Alan Atkinson

    • Tony Hughes-D'Aeth, 'Like Nothing on this Earth: A Literary History of the Wheatbelt'
      Nicole Moore

    • Deborah Ruiz Wall with Christine Choo, 'Re-imaging Australia, Voices of Indigenous Australians of Filipino descent'
      Julia Martinez

    • Bobbie Oliver, 'The Locomotive Enginemen'
      Emma Robertson


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