3 edition of Imagining Australia found in the catalog.
by Harvard University Committee on Australian Studies, Distributed by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass, London
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Judith Ryan and Chris Wallace-Crabbe.|
|Contributions||Ryan, Judith, 1943-, Wallace-Crabbe, Chris., Harvard University. Committee on Australian Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 382 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||382|
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Jointly written by four young Australians, Imagining Australia offers a host of exciting new ideas to transform Australia into the quintessential twenty-first century nation.
Drawing upon the best policy thinking from. Imagining Australia: Ideas for Our Future Paperback – August 1, by Macgregor Duncan (Author), Andrew Leigh (Author), David Madden (Author), Peter Tynan (Author) & 1 moreCited by: An eclectic, chatty and inquisitive collection of essays, each looking to illuminate the corners (and shadows) of [Australian] culture and to see things in a new light Chris Wallace-Crabbe and Judith Ryan have collected strong voices in Imagining Australia.
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Topics of discussion include foreign policy, private sector expansion, and reconciliation with indigenous Australians/5(6). Imagining Australia: Literature and Culture in the New New World Committee on Australia Harvard University Committee on Australian studies: Editors: Judith Ryan, Chris Wallace-Crabbe: Contributor.
Imagining Australia: Australian History, VCE Units 3 & 4 is an exciting new text written by an expert author team to address the requirements of the new Australian History study design.
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Get this from a library. Imagining Australia: ideas for our future. [Macgregor Duncan;] -- This book represents a fresh vision for a new political, economic and social policy for Australia. Unlike many books which react to immediate or pressing policy issues, this book offers an outline.
This book calls for a re-imagining of Australia by revisiting the history of its relations with its Indigenous inhabitants and Asian neighbours in remote parts of Northern and Western Australia during pre-Federation times. The narrators of the book represent the historical links and deep people-to-people ties between the Philippines and Australia.
Imagining Australia Literature and Culture in the New New World. Edited by Judith Ryan Chris Wallace-Crabbe. Add to Cart Product Details. HARDCOVER. $ • £ • € ISBN Publication Date: 12/01/ Short. Find at a Library» Cite This Book. In our book, Imagining Australia: Ideas For Our Future (Allen and Unwin, ), we discuss how the diaspora can be used to promote trade and investment abroad.
For example, Austrade, Australia's trade promotion authority, should act more proactively to facilitate and strengthen networks of expatriate Australians, and use those networks to. r/australia: A dusty corner on the internet where you can chew the fat about Australia and Australians.
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Leading legal activist George Williams declares the system of government has passed its used-by date with antiquated rules of.
Our memory of the post-war years are dominated by myths - the boom years of unprecedented prosperity and stability. John Murphy reveals the much more complex reality behind these myths. The book focuses on the sentiments and attitudes of the middle-class constituency that kept the Menzies government in power after "Imagining the Future will inspire primary school aged readers to imagine, invent and research.
This book is a fantastic classroom resource as well as the perfect gift for the budding scientist or inventor in your life." Susan Whelan, Kids' Book Review (blog), 26 September Imagining the International interrogates mainstream understandings of international crime and international justice to tease out their ethical limits and possibilities.
International crime and justice are powerful ideas, associated with a vivid imagery of heinous atrocities, injured humanity, and an international community seized by the need to act. Imagining the Unimaginable of course, fiction.
When I lower my head in remembrance it is the relatives long gone who I think of first, but in imagining what they went through, my mind, for better or worse, also conjures images from stories: The Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA) is a volunteer run, not for profit, organisation.
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