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Australian Labour History: Contexts, Trends and Influences

Bongiorno, Francis


From their inception, the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History and its Bulletin (later Labour History) represented a claim to recognition for labour history within Australian academia. At the same time, they expressed the fellowship of the activist and scholar. This article will suggest that labour history has been shaped by the evolving professional imperatives associated with university-based research, publication and teaching of Australian history in an increasingly globalised...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2011
Type: Journal article
Source: Labour History: a Journal of Labour and social history
DOI: .5263/labourhistory.100.0001


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