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London Papers in Australian Studies

Each year the Centre publishes London Papers in Australian Studies (formerly Working Papers in Australian Studies). These are representative of some of the most recent and exciting intellectual work in Australian Studies.

Texts of the London Papers in Australian Studies are either offered for sale at £3.00 each (email us) or for download (pdf).

Only Volume 1 - 16 are available free from this website – see the pdf attachments below:
No. 17 Sir Roger Carrick
'A British View: Admiral Arthur Phillip RN, Founder & First Governor of Australian.

No. 16 Kent Fedorowich
'At War With Canberra': Sir Ronald Cross and the British High Commission, 1941-42

No. 15 Peter Shergold
From ‘frank and fearless’ to ‘fumbling and forgetful’? The perceived decline of the Australian Public Service

No. 14 Andrea Benvenuti
Australia's policy towards Britain's 1970-72 application to join the EEC

No. 13 David Ellison
Anne Zahalka’s Leisureland

No. 12. Bill Gammage
'far more happier than we Europeans': Aborigines and farmers

No. 11. David Callahan
Is Rolf Boldrewood readable?

No. 10. Damen Ward
'Savage customs and civilised laws': British attitudes to legal pluralism in Australasia, c. 1830-48

No. 9. Judith Robertson
Plagiarism in Australian Lexicography

No. 8. Greg McCarthy
Australian Cinema and the Spectres of Post-Coloniality: Rabbit-Proof Fence, Australian Rules, The Tracker and Beneath Clouds

No. 7. Anne Pender
Nick Garland, Barry Humphries and 'The Adventures of Barry McKenzie'

No. 6. Mark McKenna
Building a 'closet of prayer' in the New World: the story of the Australian Ballot

No. 5. Hank Nelson
From Wagga to Waddington: Australians in Bomber Command

No. 4. John Docker
'Sheer Perversity' Anti-Zionism in the 1940s

No. 3. Cassandra Pybus
'A Touch of the Tar': African settlers in colonial Australia and the implications for issues of Aboriginality

No. 2 John Gascoigne
Joseph Banks and his abiding legacy.

No. 1. Craig Wilcox
The New South Wales Lancers in England and South Africa, 1899: an episode in imperial federation

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