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Watts, Dorothy (2013). Celtic religion in Western and Central Europe. In William Adler (Ed.), The Cambridge History of Religions in the Ancient World (pp. 364-386) Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. 55 1
Hume, Lynne (2010). Ceremonial and religious dress in Australia. In Joanne Bubolz Eicher (Ed.), Encyclopedia of world dress and fashion (pp. 189-194) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 73  
Ianziti, Gary (2007). Challenging chronicles : Leonardo Bruni's history of the Florentine people. In Sharon Dale, Alison Williams Lewin and Duane J. Osheim (Ed.), Chronicling history : Chroniclers and historians in medieval and Renaissance Italy (pp. 249-272) University Park, PA, United States: Pennsylvania State University Press. 32  
Marcotte, Roxanne, D. (2010) Challenging identities: Muslim women in Australia, foreword by Hanifa Deen. Australian Religion Studies Review, 23 3: 378-380. 79  
Zelko, Frank (2006). Challenging Modernity: The Origins of Post-War Environmental Protest in the United States. In Christof Mauch, Nathan Stoltzfus and Douglas Weiner (Ed.), Shades of Green: Environment Activism around the Globe (pp. 13-40) Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. 88 4
Zelko, F. S. (2006). Challenging Modernity: The Origins of Postwar Environmental Protest in the United States. In C Mauch, N Stoltzfus and D R Weiner (Ed.), Shades of Green: Enviromental activism around the globe 1 ed. (pp. 13-40) United States: Rowman & Littlefield. 67  
Kellett, S. (2011). Challenging the myth: Masculinity, memorials and the nurse. In: Embattled Men: Masculinity and War Symposium, Australian National University, (). 4-5 April 2011. 34  
Dowe, P. (2004). Chance-lowering causes. In P. Dowe and P. Noordhof (Ed.), Cause and chance: Causation in an indeterministic world (pp. 28-38) London: Routledge. 396 8
Moore, Clive (2013) Changes in Melanesian masculinities: an historical approach. South Pacific Journal of Philosophy and Culture, 11 2010-2012: 28-41. 30 2
Doessel, Darrel, Williams, Ruth F. G. and Robertson, Jennie R. (2011) Changes in the inequality of mental health: Suicide in Australia, 1907-2003. Journal of Health Economics, 6 1: 23-42. doi:10.1017/S1744133110000101 44   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Winter, Christine (2012) Changing frames: identity and citizenship of New Guineans of German heritage during the interwar years. Journal of Pacific History, 47 3: 347-367. doi:10.1080/00223344.2012.714092 57 3 2 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Piccini, Jon (2010) Changing landscape of radicalism. Queensland Historical Atlas, . 19  
Tramacchi, D. (2001). Chaos Engine: Doofs, Psychedelics and Religious Experience. In Graham St John (Ed.), Free NRG: Notes from the Edge of the Dance Floor (pp. 171-187) Altona Victoria: Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd. 133  
Spuler, Michelle (2000) Characteristics of Budhism in Australia. Journal of Contemporary Religion, 15 1: 29-44. doi:10.1080/135379000112125 112   Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Ferber, Sarah (1997). Charcot's demons: Retrospective medicine and historical diagnosis in the writings of the Salpetriere School. In Marijke Gijswijt-Hofstra, Hilary Marland and Hans de Waardt (Ed.), Illness and healing alternatives in Western Europe (pp. 120-140) New York: Routledge. 152  
MacKinnon, Dolly (2008). Charitable bodies : Clothing as charity in early-modern rural England. In Megan Cassidy-Welch and Peter Sherlock (Ed.), Practices of gender in late medieval and early modern Europe (pp. 235-259) Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers. 69 6
Rennie, Kriston R. (2010) Charity and Religion in Medieval Europe. Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture, 79 1: 192-194. doi:10.1017/S0009640709991466 45   0 0
MacKinnon, Dolly (2008). Charity is worth it when it looks that good: Rural women and bequests of clothing in early modern England. In Stephanie Tarbin and Susan Broomhall (Ed.), Women, Identities and Communities in Early Modern Europe ist ed. (pp. 79-93) Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT, USA: Ashgate. 80 5
Moorhead, J. (2006) Charles Matson Odahl: Constantine and the Christian empire. Journal of Religious History, 30 2: 228-229. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9809.2006.00453.x 83 2 0 0
Pembroke, Neil (2013). Charm in ministry: The Union of Agape and Eros in pastoral work. In R. Ruard Ganzevoort, Rein Brouwer and Bonnie Miller-McLemore (Ed.), City of desires - A place for God?:practical theological perspectives (pp. 185-193) Zurich: Lit Verlag. 87 16
Bonnell, Andrew (2001) "Cheap and nasty": German goods, socialism, and the 1876 Philadelphia world fair. International Review of Social History, 46 2: 207-226. doi:10.1017/S002085900100013X 216   2 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Kent, Anthony (2010) Cheer up - He's calling you!. Ministry, 12-13. 24  
Dixon, Chris (2012). Child, Lydia Maria. In Lynn Dumenil (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopaedia of American Social History (pp. xx-xx) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. 28  
McWilliam, Janette (2001). Children among the dead: The Influence of urban life on the commemoration of children on tombstone inscriptions. In Suzanne Dixon (Ed.), Childhood, class, and kin in the Roman world (pp. 74-98) New York, NY, United States: Routledge. 127 2
Manley, Jennifer (2014) Children in early Christian communities. Nova, 2014 4: 4-6. 36 3
Mills, Kathy, Unsworth, Len, Bellocchi, Alberto, Park, Ji Yong and Ritchie, Stephen (2014) Children's emotions and multimodal appraisal of places: Walking with the camera. The Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 37 3: 171-181. 17  
Stuart-Fox, M. (2001) China and Southeast Asia. IIAS Newsletter, 25 37-37. 138  
Jory, Patrick (2014) China is a big winner from Thailand’s coup. East Asia Forum, . 26  
Lai, Chi-Kong (2009). China Merchants' Steam Navigation Company. In David Pong (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of modern China (pp. 213-215) New York, United States: Charles Scribner’s Sons. 69  
Lai, Chi Kong (2011). Chinese business history: Its development, present situation, and future direction. In Franco Amatori and Geoffrey Jones (Ed.), Business history around the world (pp. 298-316) Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. 159 8
Lai, Chi-Kong (2003). Chinese business history: Its development, present situation and future direction. In Franco Amatori and Geoffrey Jones (Ed.), Business history around the world (pp. 298-316) Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. 468 10
Lai, CK (2002) Chinese capitalism, 1522-1840. Australian Journal of Politics And History, 48 3: 440-442. 97   0
Nuyen, AT (1999) Chinese philosophy and western capitalism. Asian Philosophy, 9 1: 71-79. doi:10.1080/09552369908575490 111   5 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Priest, Graham George (1999) C. Howson, Logic with Trees. Studia Logica, 63 1: 140-143. doi:10.1023/A:1017201505279 52   0
Moorhead, John (2010). Chretiens et musulmans: l'ouverture d'un debat. In Jean-Robert Armogathe, Pascal Montaubin, Michel-Yves Perrin and Yves-Marie Hilaire (Ed.), Des origines au XVᵉ siècle (pp. 881-890) Paris, France: Presses Universitaires de France. 28  
Ayre, Clive (2012) Christian faith and the Earth: a regional response to a global issue. Australian Journal of Mission Studies, 6 1: 20-27. 39 5
Wing-Hin Kam, Michael (2011). Christian identity and business capital: A case study of the Guangzhou Baptist business elite in Republican China. In: The Chinese Studies Association of Australia 12th Bennial Conference, Canberra, Australia, (). 13-15th July 2011. 35  
Aechtner, Tom (2014). Christianity and Science: A Messy Relationship Worth Studying. In Vaidya, Kishor (Ed.), Christianity for the Curious: Why Study Christianity? (pp. xx-xx) online: Curious Academic Publishing. 16  
Gillman, I. and Klimkeit, H. Christians in Asia before 1500. Richmond, U.K.: Curzon, 1999. 129  
Christian worship in Australia: inculturating the liturgical tradition. Edited by Stephen Burns and Anita Monro Strathfield, NSW, Australia: St Pauls Publications, 2009. 50  
Ditrich, T. (2006) Chronology of the Ten Mandalas of the Rgveda. Crossroads: An interdisciplinary journal for the study of history, philosophy, religion and classics, 1 1: 26-35. 65  
Lai, C. (1999). Chung-shan merchants' business networks. In Shi-Yeoung Tang (Ed.), Essays in Chinese maritime history (pp. 233-255) Taipei, China: Sun Yat-Sen Institute for Social Science and Philosophy. 53  
Moorhead, J. (2003) Church in a landscape: A history of the Diocese of Wangaratta. Australian Journal of Politics And History, 49 1: 116-117. 82   0
Stevenson, Thomas R. and Wilson, Marcus (2008). Cicero’s Philippics: History, rhetoric and ideology. In Thomas R. Stevenson and Marcus Wilson (Ed.), Cicero's Philippics: History, rhetoric and ideology (pp. 1-21) Auckland, New Zealand: Polygraphia Ltd. 133  
Ginn, Geoffrey A. C. (2009) Cilento's centenary: The triumph of his topics. Queensland Review, Special Issue Special Issue: 57-72. 45  
McLeod, Fiona (2013). Citizen mothers at war: the Australian homefront during World War I. In: Mobilities and Mobilisations in History: 40th Anniversary of the AHA. 32nd Annual Conference Handbook. AHA 2013: The Australian Historical Association 32nd Annual Conference. Mobilities and Mobilisations in History, Woolongong, NSW, Australia, (79-79). 8-12 July, 2013. 89  
Buck, Andrew (2010). Citizenship and language tests in Australia: Issues of law and history. In Andrew Buck and Charlotte Frew (Ed.), From migrant to citizen: Testing language, testing culture (pp. 24-38) Cambridge, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. 33  
Carter, April (2000). Citizenship and military service. In Wayne Hudson and John Kane (Ed.), Rethinking Australian citizenship (pp. 174-184) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 109  
Burgh, Gilbert (2010). Citizenship as a Learning Process: Democratic education without foundationalism. In Darryl R.J. Mracer and Souria Saad-Zoy (Ed.), Asian-Arab Philosophical Dialogues on Globalization, Democracy and Human Rights (pp. 59-69) Bangkok Thailand: UNESCO, Regional Unit for Social and Human Sciences in Asia and the Pacific. 131 5
Burgh, Gilbert (2009) Citizenship as a learning process: Democratic education without foundationalism. Farhang, 22 69: 117-138. 100  

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