Australians and the past

Hamilton, Paula and Ashton, Paul Australians and the past. [Perth, W.A.] ; St. Lucia, Qld.: [Australia Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology] ; University of Queensland Press,, 2003.

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Author Hamilton, Paula
Ashton, Paul
Title Australians and the past
Place of Publication [Perth, W.A.] ; St. Lucia, Qld.
Publisher [Australia Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology] ; University of Queensland Press,
Publication year 2003
Sub-type Edited book
Open Access Status
Series Australian cultural history ; 22 ; ACH, 0728-8433 ; 22.
ISBN 0702234737
ISSN 0728-8433
Language eng
Total number of pages ix, 216
Subjects 420300 Cultural Studies
430101 History - Australian
Abstract/Summary "Grew out of a colloquium around the initial findings of a national survey 'Australians and the past' ... held in June 2002 at the University of Technology, Sydney ... Papers which engaged various aspects of the survey. Several presenters used the forum, and materials from the 'Australians and the Past' database in different ways to extend their engagements."--Editorial.
Keyword Australians and the Past (Project)
History -- Philosophy -- Congresses
Historiography -- Australia -- History -- 20th century -- Congresses
Australians -- History -- Attitudes -- Congresses
Nationalism -- Australia -- History -- Congresses
Australia -- Social conditions -- Congresses
Q-Index Code A3
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown
Additional Notes Also Titled: Australians and the past: a national survey. Special issue of Australian cultural history, no. 22, 2003 reporting and reflecting on the initial findings of 'Australians and the past', a national survey investigating the ways Australians learn about, value, and act on their history.

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