Book Reviews


Books reviewed in this issue

Tasmanian Aborigines: A History Since 1803. By Lyndall Ryan

Abandoned Women: Scottish Convicts Exiled Beyond the Seas. By Lucy Frost

Crime over Time: Temporal Perspectives on Crime and Punishment in Australia. Edited by Robyn Lincoln and Shirleene Robinson

A Different Kind of “Subject”: Colonial Law in Aboriginal-European Relations in Nineteenth Century Western Australia 1829–61. By Ann Hunter

Heroes and Villains: The Rise and Fall Of The Early Australian Labor Party. By Nick Dyrenfurth

Indifferent Inclusion. Aboriginal People and the Australian Nation. By Russell McGregor

Nazi Dreamtime. Australian Enthusiasts for Hitler's Germany. By David Bird

Scholars at War: Australasian Social Scientists, 1939–1945. Edited by Geoffrey Gray, Doug Munro and Christine Winter

Born in Hope: The Early Years of the Family Court of Australia. By Shurlee Swain

From Carr to Keneally: Labor in Office in NSW 1995–2011. Edited by David Clune and Rodney Smith

Mine-Field: The Dark Side of Australia's Resources Rush. By Paul Cleary

How Australia Decides: Election Reporting and The Media. By Sally Young

The Influence Seekers: Political Lobbying in Australia. Edited by Mark Sheehan and Peter Sekuless

Electoral Democracy: Australian Prospects. Edited by Joo-Cheong Tham, Brian Costar and Graeme Orr

Climate Politics and the Climate Movement in Australia. By Verity Burgmann and Hans A. Baer

The Sex Lives of Australians: A History. By Frank Bongiorno

Prime Ministers in Power: Political Leadership in Britain and Australia. By Mark Bennister

William Gladstone: New Studies and Perspectives. Edited by Roland Quinault, Roger Swift and Ruth Clayton Windscheffel

Liberal Imperialism in Europe. Edited by Matthew P. Fitzpatrick

Family Punishment in Nazi Germany: Sippenhaft, Terror and Myth. By Robert Loeffel. With a Foreword by Ingrid von Seydlitz-Kurzbach

Soldaten. Killing, Fighting and Dying. The Secret WWII Transcripts of German POWs. By Sönke Neitzel and Harald Welzer

From Enemy to Brother – The Revolution in Catholic Teaching on the Jews 1933–1965. By John Connolly

In the Shadow of the General: Modern France and the Myth of de Gaulle. By Sudhir Hazareesingh

Modern Italy in Historical Perspective. By Nick Carter

Soviet Women on the Frontline in the Second World War. By Roger D. Markwick and Euridice Charon Cardona

The Story of America: Essays on Origins. By Jill Lepore

The Authority of Influence: Women and Power in Burmese History. By Jessica Harriden

The Making of Modern Liberalism. By Alan Ryan

Defending Politics: Why Democracy Matters in the Twenty-First Century. By Matthew Flinders

The Colours of Our Memories. By Michel Pastoureau, translated by Janet Lloyd

The Oxford History of Historical Writing, Volume 4: 1800–1945. Edited by Stuart Macintyre, Juan Maiguashca, and Attila Pók