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The Suicide Bride - A mystery of tragedy and family secrets in Edwardian Sydney (Paperback): Tanya Bretherton The Suicide Bride - A mystery of tragedy and family secrets in Edwardian Sydney (Paperback)
Tanya Bretherton
R398 R361 Discovery Miles 3 610 Save R37 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Whenever society produces a depraved criminal, we wonder: is it nature or is it nurture? When the charlatan Alicks Sly murdered his wife, Ellie, and killed himself with a cut-throat razor in a house in Sydney's Newtown in early 1904, he set off a chain of events that could answer that question. He also left behind mysteries that might never be solved. Sociologist Dr Tanya Bretherton traces the brutal story of Ellie, one of many suicide brides in turn-of-the-century Sydney; of her husband, Alicks, and his family; and their three orphaned sons, adrift in the world. From the author of the acclaimed THE SUITCASE BABY - shortlisted for the 2018 Ned Kelly Award, Danger Prize and Waverley Library 'Nib' Award - comes another riveting true-crime case from Australia's dark past. THE SUICIDE BRIDE is a masterful exploration of criminality, insanity, violence and bloody family ties in bleak, post-Victorian Sydney.

Working with the Ancestors - <i>Mana</i> and Place in the Marquesas Islands (Paperback): Emily C. Donaldson Working with the Ancestors - <i>Mana</i> and Place in the Marquesas Islands (Paperback)
Emily C. Donaldson; Foreword by K. Sivaramakrishnan; Series edited by K. Sivaramakrishnan
R619 R552 Discovery Miles 5 520 Save R67 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Throughout the Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia, forest spirits share space with ancestral ruins and active agricultural plots, affecting land use and heritage preservation. As Marquesans continue their efforts to establish UNESCO World Heritage status, they grapple with questions about when sites should be preserved intact, when neglect is an appropriate option, and when deterioration resulting from local livelihoods should be accepted. In Working with the Ancestors Emily Donaldson considers how Marquesan perceptions of heritage and mana, or sacred power, have influenced the use of land in the islands and how both cultural and environmental sustainability can be achieved. The Marquesas' relative geographical isolation and ecological richness are the backdrop for the confluence of international heritage preservation and sustainability efforts that affect both resources and Indigenous peoples. Donaldson demonstrates how anthropological concepts of embodiment, alienation, place, and power can inform global resource management, offering a new approach that integrates analyses of policy, practice, and heritage.

Stirring Australian Speeches - The Definitive Collection, from Botany to Bali (Hardcover): Michael Cathcart, Kate Darian-Smith Stirring Australian Speeches - The Definitive Collection, from Botany to Bali (Hardcover)
Michael Cathcart, Kate Darian-Smith
R1,101 R1,011 Discovery Miles 10 110 Save R90 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Stirring Australian Speeches" is the definitive collection of speeches and public addresses from Australian public life. Politicians, scientists, judges, explorers, artists, the famous and the infamous, comment on the great issues and figures of their day. The speakers range from Governor Arthur Phillip to Sir William Deane, Louisa Lawson to Germaine Greer, Peter Lalor to Pauline Hanson. The subjects stretch from white settlement to the Mabo decision, Eureka to Gallipoli, the banning of the Communist Party to the 2002 bombing in Bali, the art of Sheffield Shield cricket in the nineteenth century to the state of arts funding in recent times.

Illicit Love - Interracial Sex and Marriage in the United States and Australia (Paperback): Ann McGrath Illicit Love - Interracial Sex and Marriage in the United States and Australia (Paperback)
Ann McGrath
R765 R678 Discovery Miles 6 780 Save R87 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Illicit Love is a history of love, sex, and marriage between Indigenous peoples and settler citizens at the heart of two settler colonial nations, the United States and Australia. Award-winning historian Ann McGrath illuminates interracial relationships from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth century through stories of romance, courtship, and marriage between Indigenous peoples and colonizers in times of nation formation. The romantic relationships of well-known and ordinary interracial couples provide the backdrop against which McGrath discloses the "marital middle ground" that emerged as a primary threat to European colonial and racial supremacy in the Atlantic and Pacific Worlds from the Age of Revolution to the Progressive Era. These relationships include the controversial courtship between white, Connecticut-born Harriett Gold and southern Cherokee Elias Boudinot; the Australian missionary Ernest Gribble and his efforts to socially segregate the settler and aboriginal population, only to be overcome by his romantic impulses for an aboriginal woman, Jeannie; the irony of Cherokee leader John Ross's marriage to a white woman, Mary Brian Stapler, despite his opposition to interracial marriages in the Cherokee Nation; and the efforts among ordinary people in the imperial borderlands of both the United States and Australia to circumvent laws barring interracial love, sex, and marriage. Illicit Love reveals how marriage itself was used by disparate parties for both empowerment and disempowerment and came to embody the contradictions of imperialism. A tour de force of settler colonial history, McGrath's study demonstrates vividly how interracial relationships between Indigenous and colonizing peoples were more frequent and threatening to nation-states in the Atlantic and Pacific worlds than historians have previously acknowledged.

Terre Napoleon - A History of French Explorations and Projects in Australia (Paperback): Ernest Scott Terre Napoleon - A History of French Explorations and Projects in Australia (Paperback)
Ernest Scott
R241 Discovery Miles 2 410 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Dispossession and the Making of Jedda (1955) - Hollywood in Ngunnawal Country (Hardcover): Catherine Kevin Dispossession and the Making of Jedda (1955) - Hollywood in Ngunnawal Country (Hardcover)
Catherine Kevin
R1,347 Discovery Miles 13 470 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Palm Island - Through a long lens (Paperback): Joanne Watson Palm Island - Through a long lens (Paperback)
Joanne Watson
R698 R599 Discovery Miles 5 990 Save R99 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In November 2004, Mulrunji Doomadgee's tragic death triggered civil unrest within the Indigenous community of Palm Island. This led to the first prosecution of a Queensland police officer in relation to a death in custody. Despite prolonged media attention, much of it negative and full of stereotypes, few Australians know the turbulent history of 'Australia's Alcatraz', a political prison set up to exile Queensland's 'troublesome blacks'. In Palm Island, Joanne Watson gives the first substantial history of the island from pre contact to the present, set against a background of some of the most explosive episodes in Queensland history. Palm Island, often heart wrenching and at times uplifting, is a study in the dynamics of power and privilege, and how it is resisted.

The New Shape of Old Island Cultures - A Half Century of Social Change in Mocronesia (Paperback, UK ed.): S.J. Hezel The New Shape of Old Island Cultures - A Half Century of Social Change in Mocronesia (Paperback, UK ed.)
S.J. Hezel
R680 R642 Discovery Miles 6 420 Save R38 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The years since World War II have brought unprecedented social change to Micronesia. Now, drawing on more than four decades of experience living and working in the region, Francis X. Hezel assesses the most striking changes to have swept over the islands in the past fifty years. His careful and comprehensive reading of Micronesian anthropology and history allows him to present insights into patterns of change touching the lives of not only Micronesians but people in other parts of the Pacific as well. The broad range of topics covered include family structure, land, gender roles, cultural treatment of life events (birth, marriage, death), sexuality, political authority, and demography and migration. Hezel argues that the primary engine of social change in Micronesia has been the dramatic shift from subsistence fishing and gardening to salaried employment in a cash economy. He makes the case that this fundamental change has fragmented the extended family, changed the way land is viewed, revolutionized gender roles, and paved the way for an ethics of individualism.

Rock College - An unofficial history of Mt Eden Prison (Paperback): Mark Derby Rock College - An unofficial history of Mt Eden Prison (Paperback)
Mark Derby
R813 Discovery Miles 8 130 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

INSIDE THE FORBIDDING STONE WALLS OF NEW ZEALANDS MOST INFAMOUS GAOL. Grim, Victorian, notorious, for 150 years Mount Eden Prison held both New Zealand's political prisoners and its most notorious criminals. Te Kooti, Rua Kenana, John A. Lee, George Wilder, Tim Shadbolt and Sandra Coney all spent time in its dank cells. Its interior has been the scene of mass riots, daring escapes and hangings. Highly regarded historian Mark Derby tells the prison's inside story with verve and compassion. .

The naval battles for Guadalcanal 1942 - Clash for supremacy in the Pacific (Paperback): Mark Stille The naval battles for Guadalcanal 1942 - Clash for supremacy in the Pacific (Paperback)
Mark Stille; Illustrated by Howard Gerrard
R392 R350 Discovery Miles 3 500 Save R42 (11%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The battle for Guadalcanal that lasted from August 1942 to February 1943 was the first major American counteroffensive against the Japanese in the Pacific. The battle of Savo Island on the night of 9 August 1942, saw the Japanese inflict a sever defeat on the Allied force, driving them away from Guadalcanal and leaving the just-landed marines in a perilously exposed position. This was the start of a series of night battles that culminated in the First and Second battles of Guadalcanal, fought on the nights of 13 and 15 November. One further major naval action followed, the battle of Tassafaronga on 30 November 1942, when the US Navy once again suffered a severe defeat, but this time it was too late to alter the course of the battle as the Japanese evacuated Guadalcanal in early February 1943.This title will detail the contrasting fortunes experienced by both sides over the intense course of naval battles around the island throughout the second half of 1942 that did so much to turn the tide in the Pacific.

Pursuing Respect in the Cannibal Isles - Americans in Nineteenth-Century Fiji (Hardcover): Nancy Shoemaker Pursuing Respect in the Cannibal Isles - Americans in Nineteenth-Century Fiji (Hardcover)
Nancy Shoemaker
R1,068 Discovery Miles 10 680 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Full of colorful details and engrossing stories, Pursuing Respect in the Cannibal Isles shows that the aspirations of individual Americans to be recognized as people worthy of others' respect was a driving force in the global extension of United States influence shortly after the nation's founding. Nancy Shoemaker contends that what she calls extraterritorial Americans constituted the vanguard of a vast, early US global expansion. Using as her site of historical investigation nineteenth-century Fiji, the "cannibal isles" of American popular culture, she uncovers stories of Americans looking for opportunities to rise in social status and enhance their sense of self. Prior to British colonization in 1874, extraterritorial Americans had, she argues, as much impact on Fiji as did the British. While the American economy invested in the extraction of sandalwood and sea slugs as resources to sell in China, individuals who went to Fiji had more complicated, personal objectives. Pursuing Respect in the Cannibal Isles considers these motivations through the lives of the three Americans who left the deepest imprint on Fiji: a runaway whaleman who settled in the islands, a sea captain's wife, and a merchant. Shoemaker's book shows how ordinary Americans living or working overseas found unusual venues where they could show themselves worthy of others' respect-others' approval, admiration, or deference.

The Special Relationship - Australia and the Monarchy (Paperback): David Hill The Special Relationship - Australia and the Monarchy (Paperback)
David Hill
R296 R229 Discovery Miles 2 290 Save R67 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Cambridge History of Australia 2 Hardback Volume Set (Hardcover): Alison Bashford, Stuart Macintyre The Cambridge History of Australia 2 Hardback Volume Set (Hardcover)
Alison Bashford, Stuart Macintyre
R4,254 Discovery Miles 42 540 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Cambridge History of Australia offers a comprehensive view of Australian history from its pre-European origins to the present day. Over two volumes, this major work of reference tells the nation's social, political and cultural story. Volume 1 examines Australia's indigenous and colonial history through to the Federation of the colonies in 1901. Volume 2 opens with the birth of the twentieth century, tracing developments in the nation through to the present day. Each volume is divided into two parts. The first part offers a chronological treatment of the period, while the second examines the period in light of key themes, such as law, religion, the economy and the environment. Both volumes feature detailed maps, chronologies and lists of further reading. This is a lively and systematic account of Australia's history, incorporating the work of more than sixty leading historians. It is the ideal work of reference for students, scholars and general readers.

Anglo-Australian Naval Relations, 1945-1975 - A More Independent Service (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018): Mark Gjessing Anglo-Australian Naval Relations, 1945-1975 - A More Independent Service (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018)
Mark Gjessing
R1,936 R1,793 Discovery Miles 17 930 Save R143 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book examines Anglo-Australian naval relations between 1945-75, a period of great change for both Australia and Great Britain and their respective navies. It explores the cultural and historical ties between the Royal Navy and the Royal Australian Navy (RAN), the efficacy of communications between the services, and the importance of personal relations to the overall inter-service relationship. The author assesses the dilemmas faced by Great Britain associated with that nation's declining power, and the impact of the retreat from 'East of Suez' on the strategic relationship between the United Kingdom and Australia. The book also considers operational co-operation between the Royal Navy and the RAN including conflicts such as the Korean War, the Malayan Emergency, and confrontation with Indonesia, as well as peacetime pursuits such as port visits and the testing of atomic weapons in the 1950s. Co-operation in matters of personnel and training are also dealt with in great detail, along with the co-operation between the Royal Navy and the RAN in equipment procurement and design and the increased ability of the RAN to look to non-British sources for equipment procurement. The book considers the impact of stronger Australian-American ties on the RAN and appraises the role it played in the conflict in Vietnam.

Islands in the Interior - The Dynamics of Prehistoric Adaptations within the Arid Zone of Australia (Paperback, illustrated... Islands in the Interior - The Dynamics of Prehistoric Adaptations within the Arid Zone of Australia (Paperback, illustrated edition)
Pater Marius Veth
R1,254 Discovery Miles 12 540 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this book, Veth develops a model of settlement and subsistence in the Western Desert of Australia, drawing on his own archaeological investigations, as well as ethnographic and environmental data. Building on this model, he concludes with a plausible reconstruction of the colonization of the harsh, arid interior of this continent.

The Vagabond Papers - Expanded Edition (Paperback, Enlarged edition): John Stanley James The Vagabond Papers - Expanded Edition (Paperback, Enlarged edition)
John Stanley James; Edited by Michael Cannon; Introduction by Michael Cannon
R702 R603 Discovery Miles 6 030 Save R99 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Controlling Interests - Casebook on Business, the State and Society in New Zealand, 1984-90 (Paperback): John Deeks, Nick Perry Controlling Interests - Casebook on Business, the State and Society in New Zealand, 1984-90 (Paperback)
John Deeks, Nick Perry
R1,024 R938 Discovery Miles 9 380 Save R86 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

New Zealand's economic experiment under the Fourth Labour Government is of considerable international interest. Written by a number of leading experts, these essays focus on the rapidly changing relations between government and business. This volume provides comprehensive discussion of issues such as pay equity, anti-smoking legislation, Treaty of Waitangi claims, and deregulation and multinationals.

The Bible in Australia - A cultural history (Paperback): Meredith Lake The Bible in Australia - A cultural history (Paperback)
Meredith Lake
R621 R565 Discovery Miles 5 650 Save R56 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The revelatory story of the Bible in Australia, from the convict era to the Mabo land rights campaign, Nick Cave, the Bra Boys and beyond. Thought to be everything from the word of God to a resented imposition, the Bible has been debated, painted, rejected, translated, read, gossiped about, preached, and tattooed. At a time when public discussion of religion is deeply polarised, Meredith Lake reveals the Bible's dynamic influence in Australia and offers an innovative new perspective on Christianity and its changing role in our society. In the hands of writers, artists, wowsers, Biblebashers, immigrants, suffragists, evangelists, unionists, Indigenous activists and many more - the Bible has played a defining and contested role in Australia. A must-read for sceptics, the curious, the lapsed, the devout, the believer and non-believer.

The Rest of Us - The Rise of America's Eastern European Jews (Paperback, New edition): Stephen Birmingham The Rest of Us - The Rise of America's Eastern European Jews (Paperback, New edition)
Stephen Birmingham
R505 R418 Discovery Miles 4 180 Save R87 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In the last of Stephen Birmingham's historical trilogy, he spotlights the successes of Eastern European Jews, from Samuel Goldwyn to Helena Rubinstein and Irving Berlin, and what each individual brought to that changing early-century American landscape.

China in the Pacific (Paperback): Van Der Zijpp Bridget China in the Pacific (Paperback)
Van Der Zijpp Bridget
R801 R745 Discovery Miles 7 450 Save R56 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

China and the Pacific: The View from Oceania is based on a conference held at the National University of Samoa in Apia from 25 to 27 February 2015. China's new role as an important diplomatic and economic partner of the island countries of the Pacific has attracted increasing attention, and some controversy, in recent years. The unique priority of this conference in Samoa was to give full opportunity for both Pacific voices to be heard on the subject and for productive engagement and discussion between Pacific island participants and those from China. Samoa's Prime Minister, China's Ambassador to Samoa, and leading politicians and academics from all around the Pacific islands region made contributions which are included in this book. Topics covered include: Changing Geopolitics: Is China replacing traditional partners? Regional Security: How has China changed regional security? Chinese in the Pacific: What is the role of Chinese communities in the region? Development Cooperation: New opportunities and also a new aid environment? Trade and Investment: What opportunities - and what challenges - have come with China's increasing economic engagement? The conference was jointly sponsored by the National University of Samoa, the New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre at Victoria University of Wellington, and Sun Yat-sen Univesity of Guangzhou.

Catherine McMahon (Paperback): Damien King, Liz Schroeder Catherine McMahon (Paperback)
Damien King, Liz Schroeder
R513 R353 Discovery Miles 3 530 Save R160 (31%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This is the meticulously researched, 19th-century story of Catherine McMahon, a convict who served time on Van Dimen's Land (Tasmania) during the mid-1800s. Catherine's life includes being married to two husbands - John Copely and Thomas May. Catherine's first husband, John Copley, was a Yorkshire man who was convicted of stealing sheep and served time on Norfolk Island before meeting and marrying Catherine. Catherine and John struggled for permission to marry, established a business, were later declared insolvent, and then moved illegally to the state of Victoria in Australia. They lived and raised a family on the Victorian goldfields before selecting land at Jallukar, near Stawell. Their lives, pre- and post-convict, give a detailed picture of the times, up until John died in 1876. Catherine sold the land in 1888 and three years later married Thomas May, who was also a convict. When Thomas died 12 years later, he left Catherine one shilling in his will. This treatment towards the surviving Catherine ended up influencing the outcome of a local election. It had so outraged the people that - as a political consequence - the local vote was swayed to elect the suffragist Vida Goldstein, who was running for Australia's Parliament. Catherine moved to Menzies in the Western Australian goldfields in 1904 and died there in December 1906.

The Making of Australia (Paperback): David Hill The Making of Australia (Paperback)
David Hill
R347 R266 Discovery Miles 2 660 Save R81 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Battle Within - POWs in postwar Australia (Paperback): Christina Twomey The Battle Within - POWs in postwar Australia (Paperback)
Christina Twomey
R612 R556 Discovery Miles 5 560 Save R56 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Head-aches. Dizziness. Can't sleep. Bad dreams (never have been released). The rice jungle had some compensation to some of us who just don't seem to make a success of our return""- ROBERT, A RETURNED POW This landmark and compelling book follows the stories of 15,000 Australian prisoners of war from the moment they were released by the Japanese at the end of World War II. Their struggle to rehabilitate themselves and to win compensation and acknowledgement from their own country was just beginning. This moving book shows that `the battle within' was both a personal and a national one.Prize-winning historian Christina Twomey finds that official policies and attitudes towards these men were equivocal and arbitrary for almost forty years. The image of a defeated and emaciated soldier held prisoner by people of a different race did not sit well with the mythology of Anzac. Drawing on the records of the Prisoner of War Trust Fund for the first time, this book presents the struggles of returned prisoners in their own words. It also shows that memories of captivity forged new connections with people of the Asia-Pacific region, as former POWs sought to reconcile with their captors and honour those who had helped them. A grateful nation ultimately lauded and commemorated POWs as worthy veterans from the 1980s, but the real story of the fight to get there has not been told until now.

Illicit Love - Interracial Sex and Marriage in the United States and Australia (Hardcover): Ann McGrath Illicit Love - Interracial Sex and Marriage in the United States and Australia (Hardcover)
Ann McGrath
R1,030 R884 Discovery Miles 8 840 Save R146 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Illicit Love is a history of love, sex, and marriage between Indigenous peoples and settler citizens at the heart of two settler colonial nations, the United States and Australia. Award-winning historian Ann McGrath illuminates interracial relationships from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth century through stories of romance, courtship, and marriage between Indigenous peoples and colonizers in times of nation formation. The romantic relationships of well-known and ordinary interracial couples provide the backdrop against which McGrath discloses the "marital middle ground" that emerged as a primary threat to European colonial and racial supremacy in the Atlantic and Pacific Worlds from the Age of Revolution to the Progressive Era. These relationships include the controversial courtship between white, Connecticut-born Harriett Gold and southern Cherokee Elias Boudinot; the Australian missionary Ernest Gribble and his efforts to socially segregate the settler and aboriginal population, only to be overcome by his romantic impulses for an aboriginal woman, Jeannie; the irony of Cherokee leader John Ross's marriage to a white woman, Mary Brian Stapler, despite his opposition to interracial marriages in the Cherokee Nation; and the efforts among ordinary people in the imperial borderlands of both the United States and Australia to circumvent laws barring interracial love, sex, and marriage. Illicit Love reveals how marriage itself was used by disparate parties for both empowerment and disempowerment and came to embody the contradictions of imperialism. A tour de force of settler colonial history, McGrath's study demonstrates vividly how interracial relationships between Indigenous and colonizing peoples were more frequent and threatening to nation-states in the Atlantic and Pacific worlds than historians have previously acknowledged.

Tears of Rangi - Experiments Across Worlds (Paperback): Anne Salmond Tears of Rangi - Experiments Across Worlds (Paperback)
Anne Salmond
R1,024 Discovery Miles 10 240 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Six centuries ago Polynesian explorers, who inhabited a cosmos in which islands sailed across the sea and stars across the sky, arrived in Aotearoa New Zealand where they rapidly adapted to new plants, animals, landscapes and climatic conditions. Four centuries later, European explorers arrived with maps and clocks, grids and fences, and they too adapted to a new island home. In this remote, beautiful archipelago, settlers from Polynesia and Europe (and elsewhere) have clashed and forged alliances, they have fiercely debated what is real and what is common sense, what is good and what is right. In this, her most ambitious book to date, Dame Anne Salmond looks at New Zealand as a site of cosmo-diversity, a place where multiple worlds engage and collide. Beginning with a fine-grained inquiry into the early period of encounters between Maori and Europeans in New Zealand (1769-1840), Salmond then investigates such clashes and exchanges in key areas of contemporary life -waterways, land, the sea and people. We live in a world of gridded maps, Outlook calendars and balance sheets - making it seem that this is the nature of reality itself. But in New Zealand, concepts of whakapapa and hau, complex networks and reciprocal exchange, may point to new ways of understanding interactions between peoples, and between people and the natural world. Like our ancestors, Anne Salmond suggests, we too may have a chance to experiment across worlds.

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