Category Archive: Lake, Marilyn

What’s Wrong with Anzac?

by Marilyn Lake, Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University

 

New publication What’s Wrong with Anzac? The Militarisation of Australian History, Marilyn Lake and Henry Reynolds with Mark McKenna and Joy Damousi, UNSW Press, 2010.

In recent years Australia has been bombarded with military history across all media: books, radio and TV Read more »

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Leading the World or Falling Behind?

by Marilyn Lake, Professor in History, La Trobe University

 

Scientists generally agree that the emission of carbon generated by industrialised economies, if left unchecked, will cause catastrophic changes in the earth’s climate leading to warmer temperatures, rising sea levels, failures in agriculture, prolonged droughts and an increasing incidence of extreme weather events, Read more »

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Leading the World or Falling Behind?

by Marilyn Lake, Professor in History, La Trobe University

 

Scientists generally agree that the emission of carbon generated by industrialised economies, if left unchecked, will cause catastrophic changes in the earth’s climate leading to warmer temperatures, rising sea levels, failures in agriculture, prolonged droughts and an increasing incidence of extreme weather events, Read more »

Permanent link to this article: http://aph.org.au/leading-the-world