Australia -- History
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Contains the single publication of Higgins, Christina, ‘Naturalising ‘Horror’ Stories: Australian Crime News as Popular Culture’ in Craven, Ian, Gray, Martn, Stoneham, Geraldine (eds.), Australian Popular Culture, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994).
Contains a series of information on the Australian Folklore Journal including subscription details, information for intending contributors and background information of the Journal. Also includes information of an Australian Folklore ‘F320’ course at Indiana University. All documents were printed on 5/2/2007.
Contains selected sections of printed articles with such titles as ‘Culture in Australia: Policies, Publics and Programs’ by Tony Bennett and David Carter (eds.), ‘British Cultural Studies: An Introduction’ by Graeme Turner and ‘Cultural Studies, Theory and Practice’ by Chris Barker. Also included is the bibliography and index of ‘Myth of Oz’ by Bob Hodge, Graeme Turner and John Fiske. The publication date range is c.1987-2003.
Hornadge, Bill, The Yellow Peril: A Squint at some Australian attitudes towards Orientals, (Dubbo: Review Publications Pty Ltd., 1971).
A collection of printed articles, printed newspaper clippings, image order and permission to publish forms, and a CD-ROM labelled ‘John Norton’. Topics included are capitalism, international relations, socialism and Rose Scott, a prominent member of the suffrage and temperance movements in Australia. The publication and subject matter date ranges are 1903-1927, with the order forms dating c. 2007.
A series of handwritten and typed notes that document the demographics of migration and bankruptcy in New Zealand in the late 1800s. Also included is the portrait photograph of an unknown woman and a newspaper clipping reporting on what attracts emigration to Australia. The subject matter date range is 1853-1894.
Contains the single printed article of O’Regan, Tom, ‘The Man from Snowy River and Australian Pop Culture’ in Tom O’Regan and Albert Meran eds., An Australian Film Reader, (Sydney: Currency Press, 1985). The article was printed from the Murdoch University ‘Reading Room’ archive on July 19, 2002.
Contains the single publication of O’Farrell, Patrick, Vanished Kingdoms, (Sydney: New South Wales University Press, 1990).
Contains the publication of Pearce, Sharyn, Shameless Scribblers: Australian Women’s Journalism 1880-1995, (Rockhampton: Central Queensland University Press, 1998), along with a page of notes about the publication. The chapters include are ‘The Beginnings: Women and Journalism in the 1880s’, ‘Louisa Lawson and the “Dawn”’ and ‘Propagating the Word: Mary Gilmore and the Women’s Page of the “Worker”’. The subject matter date range of the sections included is c. 1880-1931.
A collection of handwritten notes, correspondence, printed articles and newspaper clippings. Includes a variety of topics and themes all with the purpose of information a history of Truth proposed by LC. These include the legal issues of Truth, religion, Australian and New Zealand politics, “anti-royalism”, nationalism, imperialism, racism (‘the yellow peril’ in particular) and military fears. The publication date range is c. 1905-1995. The subject matter date range is c. 1896-1995.
Contains a few handwritten notes on Norton [John and/or Ezra], and the publication of Pearl, Cyril, Wild Men of Sydney, (London: W. H. Allen, 1958). Subject matter date range loosely indicated in notes, c. 1884-1945.
Contains the front page of Woodrow, Ross, ‘Darwinism and Images of Race in Australian Popular Press (c. 1860-1900)’, Master of Arts (Honours), University of Sydney, 1994.