Congratulations to Dorothy Kass and Craig Campbell for the publication of ‘Powerful narratives and compelling explanations: educational historians and museums at work’

Congratulations to Dorothy Kass and Craig Campbell for the publication of ‘Powerful narratives and compelling explanations: educational historians and museums at work’, a special issue of the journal History of Educational History Vol. 47, no. 2 (2018).  Further information.

Congratulations to Davina Jackson for the publication of ‘Data Cities: How Satellites are Transforming Architecture and Design’

Congratulations to Davina Jackson for the publication of Data Cities: How Satellites are Transforming Architecture and Design (Lund Humphries 2018). The book examines how rocket science and electromagnetic technologies have disrupted traditional processes in architecture and are expanding potentials for environmental design in the third millennium. Further information.

Congratulations to co-editors Michelle Arrow and Angela Woollacott for the publication of ‘How the Personal became Political’

Congratulations to co-editors Michelle Arrow and Angela Woollacott for the publication of How the Personal became Political, a Special Issue of Australian Feminist Studies Vol. 33 No. 95 (2018). Article authors for this special issue on Australia’s revolutions in gender and sexuality in the 1970s include Elizabeth Reid, Susan Magarey, Evan Smith, Isobelle Barrett Meyering, Clare Read more …

Congratulations to Mia Spizzica for her new edited anthology ‘Hidden Lives: War, Internment and Australia’s Italians’

Congratulations to Mia Spizzica for the publication of her new edited anthology Hidden Lives: War, Internment and Australia’s Italians (Glass House Books [Interactive Publications], 2018). The collection includes academic essays on internment history, and 15 eyewitness testimonies written by families of internees on the detention of Italian civilians in Australia during WW2. Further information.