Richard Broome and Dianne Kirkby (eds): Australian Historical Studies, Vol. 41, Issue 2

Public and private duty

Lyndon Megarrity


Australian Historical Studies, Volume 41, Issue 2
edited by Richard Broome and Dianne Kirkby
Taylor & Francis, $195 p.a., 123 pp, 1031461X


Australian Historical Studies (AHS), which can be traced back to the 1940s, has developed into one of Australia’s leading social science journals. The standard of scholarship is consistently high, and the honour of having one’s article accepted in such an established and selective publication is keenly sought.

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Lyndon Megarrity

Lyndon Megarrity

Lyndon Megarrity is a Queensland historian and tertiary teacher. He is the author of Northern Dreams: The Politics of Northern Development in Australia (2018).

Published in November 2010 no. 326

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