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Addressing the Challenges of the National Curriculum
Nathan Wise,
School of Humanities, University of New England (UNE)

Assessing and Reassessing Anzac in 2010
Peter Dean,
University of Notre Dame, Australia

As Tortuous as a Ludlum Thriller
Nicholas Brown,
History Program, Research School of Social Sciences, ANU

Australia, Papua New Guinea, and a Communal Blindness in Our History Education
Jon Ritchie,
Alfred Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University

Australia’s Relations with India: Some of the History
Eric Meadows,
Alfred Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University

Australia’s significant Computing Legacy: Helping to Connect the World
Michael D’Rosario,
School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Deakin University

A Wider View of History is required to Understand the Murray Darling Basin
Whitford,Troy,
Charles Sturt University

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Balibo: Time to Move On
Fettling, David
PhD Candidate, The Australian National University (ANU)

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Displaced Persons and Public Memory
Jayne Persian,
Department of History, University of Sydney

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Empire, Imperialism, the United States and Australia
Murray Noonan,
PhD Candidate, School of Communication and the Arts, Victoria University

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Fuel Mandates have a History of Success and a Lesson for Bio Fuels Implementation
Troy Whitford,
School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Charles Sturt University

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Great Disasters in Human History: Still Burning Books in the Age of Information
Bronwyn Hopwood,
School of Humanities, University of New England

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Heritage Hell – Can this be happening in NSW in the 21st Century?
Andrew Piper,
School of Humanities, UNE

Historians to the Fore, Or How to Inform a Much-needed Debate about Australia’s Response to Refugees
Klaus, Neumann
Institute for Social Research, Swinburne University of Technology

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Just Say No: Consumer Policy and the Case for Restricting Rights
Amanda McLeod,
Director, PERSPECTIVES – Research Writing Analysis and Adjunct Research Fellow in the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies, Monash University

Julia Gillard as Prime Minister
Beverley Kingston,
Visiting Research Fellow, School of History and Philosophy, UNSW

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Leading the World or Falling Behind?
Marilyn Lake,
Professor in History, La Trobe University

Like Phoenix Rising from the Ashes: the Role of the Australian Red Cross and the Victorian Bushfires — a Return to the Future?
Melanie Oppenheimer,
Associate Professor, School of Humanities, UNE

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Mining, Myths and making it up in Western Australia
Andrew Thackrah
Postgraduate candidate, School of Humanities, University of Western Australia

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‘New Labour in History’
Frank Bongiorno,
Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, King’s College London

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Pardoning our Past? — ‘Breaker’ Morant and Today’s Australia
Richard Scully,
School of Humanities, UNE

Policy Reforms and Homeland Security: The Question of Organisation
Chad Whelan
School of History, Heritage and Society, Deakin University

Politicians and Historians
David Lowe,
Professor and Director, Deakin Research Institute, Deakin University

Prison Escapes and Correctional Policy: an Historical Perspective
Benedict Taylor,
School of History and Philosophy, UNSW

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Religious Freedom in the Playground: Public Policy and the Wearing of Religious Attire in Australian Schools
David Furse-Roberts,
PhD Candidate,
School of History and Philosophy, The University of New South Wales (UNSW)

Repackaging History for Policy Purposes
Francesca Beddie,
National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER)

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Tax Review and the Big Picture
Roy Hay,
Sports and Editorial Services Australia (SESA)

The Abuse of History: The Use of the Nazi Analogy in Contemporary Euthanasia Debate
Mark Humphries,
School of History, Heritage and Society, Deakin University

The Liberal Campaign and the Myth of Rescue
Sarah Burnside

The Wrong Moves: Adam Goodes and the Egalitarian Tradition in Australian Rules Football
Will Peart
PhD Candidate, Deakin University

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Volunteering — the ‘Blind Spot’ of Economic and Taxation Policy
Melanie Oppenheimer,
Associate Professor, School of Humanities, UNE

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WA: The Vulnerable State
Peter McMahon,
School of Sustainability, Murdoch University

What’s Wrong with Anzac?
Marilyn Lake,
Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University

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