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Australia’s New National Curriculum and the Future of History
Joel,Tony,
School of History, Heritage and Society, Deakin University

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Bidding for and Hosting a World Cup
Roy Hay,
Sports and Editorial Services Australia (SESA)

Broadening the Scope of Historical Enquiry into Australian Refugee Policy
Carr, Robert
PhD Candidate, Dept. of History and Politics, University of Wollongong

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Contentious Past, Contentious Present? Immigration Nation and the Origins of Australia’s Multiculturalism
Adèle Garnier and Mandy Kretzschmar,
PhD Candidates, Modern History, Politics and International Relations, Macquarie University/University of Leipzig

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Destroying the Past: Targeting the Symbols of Baathist Iraq
Benjamin Isakhan,
Research Fellow, Centre for Comparative Social Research, Deakin University

Diversity and Excellence: Prompts from the History of the Tertiary Education Sector
Francesca Beddie,
National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER)

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Education and the Centenary of Anzac

Peter Dean,
University of Notre Dame, Australia

Environmental Citizenship and the Neoliberal State: Good Policy or Greenwash?
Michelle Reiner

Honours Graduate, School of International and Political Studies, Deakin University

Environmental Wicked Problem-Solving: A Case for History

Elizabeth Summerfield, University of Melbourne

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Hazaras’ Persecution Worsens: Will the New Government show Leadership by lifting the Suspension on Afghani Asylum Claims?
Denise Phillips,
PhD Candidate, University of New England (UNE)

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National Security and Immigration in Australia’s Twentieth Century History.
Mark Finnane,
ARC Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security, Griffith University

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Politicians, History and Policy
David Lowe,
Alfred Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University

Precious but Partial? Some Comments on the Nomination of Australian Convict Sites for World Heritage Listing
David Andrew Roberts,
School of Humanities, University of New England

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The Bonegilla Riot, July 1961: Maintaining favourable Impressions of the Postwar Immigration Program
Bruce Pennay OAM,
Adjunct Associate Professor, Charles Sturt University

The Safe Haven Visa Policy: A Compassionate Intervention with Cruel Intentions
Robert Carr,
Researcher, Department of History and Politics, University of Wollongong

The Value and Utility of History and the Challenge of the New Curriculum
Rashna Taraporewalla,
Honorary Research Fellow, University of Queensland

Travel, Tourism and Diplomacy: Is the Australian Government a ‘Smart Traveller’?
Agnieszka Sobocinska,
University of Sydney

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(Un)covered History: Policy Tensions of Archaeology at Holocaust Sites
Celeste Thorn, PhD Candidate, Deakin University

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Whose History Matters?
Jason Flanagan,
University of Canberra

 

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