2014 National History Challenge Changing Perspectives: Multiculturalism becoming a part of Australia’s identity Rachel Li (Year 10) Pymble Ladies’ College2014 National History Challenge Changing Perspectives: Multiculturalism becoming a part of Australia’s identity Rachel Li (Year 10) Pymble Ladies’ College
Changing perspectives has profoundly reshaped the long-established ‘White Australia’ tradition and changed the ethnic makeup of the country
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Republican Sentiment In The Realms Of The Queen: The New Zealand Perspective noel cox* I. IntroductionRepublican Sentiment In The Realms Of The Queen: The New Zealand Perspective noel cox* I. Introduction
New Zealand become a republic. 2 One reason is the quest for sovereignty by some Maori- the indigenous inhabitants of the country, another the rejection of the relevance of the symbolism and substance of an inherited form of governmen
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John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library 2013 Anniversary Lecture If they could see us now — what would the founders say?John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library 2013 Anniversary Lecture If they could see us now — what would the founders say?
As Professor ja la Nauze put it in his book The Making of the Australian Constitution before and after the mid 1850s when the colonies began to govern themselves under systems of parliamentary responsible government
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Towards White Australia: The shadow of Mill and the spectre of slavery in the 1880s debates on Chinese immigrationTowards White Australia: The shadow of Mill and the spectre of slavery in the 1880s debates on Chinese immigration
School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Australian National University, Canberra
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Transcript for Chinese-Australian Communities in the Qing Era Speakers: Kathryn Favell (K), Kate BagnallTranscript for Chinese-Australian Communities in the Qing Era Speakers: Kathryn Favell (K), Kate Bagnall
I thank their elders past and present for caring for this land we’re now privileged to call home. Quite a topical time of year to be talking about home and elders and the past and the present and we’re going to explore some of that through a Chinese perspective
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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
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Taking up some 30% of the Earth’s surface, the Pacific Ocean always posed challenges and opportunitiesTaking up some 30% of the Earth’s surface, the Pacific Ocean always posed challenges and opportunities
Exploring, settling and trading, the inhabitants both of the islands scattered therein and of the shores that ring it saw the vast expanse of water not as a barrier
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Publications for Cindy McCreery 2016Publications for Cindy McCreery 2016
McCreery, C. (2016). British Empire, 1707-1914. In John MacKenzie (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Empire. (pp. 1-12). Wiley-Blackwell Publishing
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The road to White Australia: Economics, politics and social control in the anti-Chinese laws of 1877-88The road to White Australia: Economics, politics and social control in the anti-Chinese laws of 1877-88
This draft was originally written in March 2002 for a proposed book on the history of the Chinese community in Australia which was never published
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Centenary of the Northern Territory Supreme Court Kriewaldt Lecture The Northern Territory – a celebration of Constitutional HistoryCentenary of the Northern Territory Supreme Court Kriewaldt Lecture The Northern Territory – a celebration of Constitutional History
Every instance of time since the first one hundred years after the adoption of that measure has been the centenary of something. Despite its intrinsic triviality, we use the centenary as a device to review the past
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Part 4 ReparationPart 4 Reparation
Lots of white kids do get taken away, but that’s for a reason – not like us. We just got taken away because we was black kids, I suppose – half-caste kids. If they wouldn’t like it, they shouldn’t do it to Aboriginal families
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The candidate’s response to the first part of essay question could includeThe candidate’s response to the first part of essay question could include
Describe the developments between 1800 and 1840 that led to New Zealand being linked to the outside world
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