Publications for Claire Lowrie 2015Publications for Claire Lowrie 2015
Haskins, V., Lowrie, C. (2015). Colonization and Domestic Service: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. New York: Routledge
14.01 Kb. 1
read
An exhibition of material from the Monash University Library Rare Books CollectionAn exhibition of material from the Monash University Library Rare Books Collection
Monash Rare Books Collection stages an exhibition of material recently acquired. The most recent was held in 2005. The collection is constantly being added to
168.41 Kb. 1
read
Appendix 1 ssd publications and presentations for 2007–08 Journal papersAppendix 1 ssd publications and presentations for 2007–08 Journal papers
Appendix 3b alligator Rivers Region Technical Committee Key Knowledge Needs 2008–2010
101.94 Kb. 1
read
Project agreement for national bushfire mitigation An agreement betweenProject agreement for national bushfire mitigation An agreement between
The output of this project will be delivery of a programme of bushfire mitigation activities
216.01 Kb. 1
read
A history of public debt in AustraliaA history of public debt in Australia
Levels of public sector borrowing fluctuate in line with the economic cycle and the budget position. This paper briefly describes the various measures of debt and trends in government borrowing
67.26 Kb. 1
read
Rsl sa 100th Birthday – Speech Notes Welcome and Presentation 1: 1915 – 1940 Brigadier Tim Hanna am, President of rsl-saRsl sa 100th Birthday – Speech Notes Welcome and Presentation 1: 1915 – 1940 Brigadier Tim Hanna am, President of rsl-sa
Good evening everyone and welcome to our cocktail function to acknowledge and celebrate 100 years of the rsl in South Australia
44.66 Kb. 1
read
Investigative Inquiry: What Was Australia’s Response to the Bombing of Darwin? What Have Been Some of its Longer Term Effects? The Counter-OffensiveInvestigative Inquiry: What Was Australia’s Response to the Bombing of Darwin? What Have Been Some of its Longer Term Effects? The Counter-Offensive
More than 250 people died on 19 February 1942. Ten vessels were sunk and a range of key infrastructure, including the aerodromes, the wharf and the post and telegraph services, were either destroyed or badly damaged
60.22 Kb. 1
read
Introduction 3 Why teach your class about wetlands? 3 Using this resource 3 Background Information 3Introduction 3 Why teach your class about wetlands? 3 Using this resource 3 Background Information 3
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in the non-Government internet resources referred to, and the education centres listed in this publication, do not necessarily reflect those of the Australian Government or the Minister for
257.07 Kb. 8
read
Justice Gaudron and constitutional rights Adrienne StoneJustice Gaudron and constitutional rights Adrienne Stone
Many of my comments will draw on Justice Gaudron’s judgment in Kruger V commonwealth (1997) 190 clr 1, which contains a particularly full and interesting statement of her views
97.59 Kb. 1
read
Customs Not in Common: Cultural Relativism and Customary Law Recognition in AustraliaCustoms Not in Common: Cultural Relativism and Customary Law Recognition in Australia
Aboriginal society. Unless some hard thinking is done about what customary law is and what its recognition would entail, any political initiative in its favour may end in tears and disillusion
115.82 Kb. 1
read
The Making of Northern Territories & Canada’s Indigenous Hinterlands Peter Jull1The Making of Northern Territories & Canada’s Indigenous Hinterlands Peter Jull1
Canada’s finest exports. The subject requires much more attention in Canada, but meanwhile has potential importance as inspiration, regardless of its particulars as a precedent for other peoples abroad
374.89 Kb. 7
read
International and comparative indigenous rights via videoconferencingInternational and comparative indigenous rights via videoconferencing
Indigenous law course. The aim of the article is to enable other law teachers to consider the suitability of videoconferencing courses for international and comparative areas of study
142.74 Kb. 1
read
The Courts and the ParliamentThe Courts and the Parliament
I supreme and District Courts Building in Brisbane. As yet no forensic word has been uttered in anger in this courtroom. However the day is young and we have topics to discuss which, in some minds, are matters of sensitivity
151.48 Kb. 1
read
Bending Words: The Fine Art of Interpretation University of Western Australia, Faculty of Law, Guest Lecture SeriesBending Words: The Fine Art of Interpretation University of Western Australia, Faculty of Law, Guest Lecture Series
Statutes enacted under the legislative power of Commonwealth, State or Territory Parliaments take their place in a common law environment and tradition which informs the way in which they are interpreted
97.42 Kb. 1
read
Guide to align it with the Emissions Reduction FundGuide to align it with the Emissions Reduction Fund
While the information in this guide is current, and may be used to help you read and understand the method and its explanatory statement, general information about how to participate requires updating
Guide 72.84 Kb. 1
read

  1   2   3   4




The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2020
send message

    Main page