Wednesday, August 22, 2018

law&history (2018) 5:1

Volume 5:1 for 2018 of law&history, the journal of the Australian and New Zealand Law and History Society has been published. Here is the Table of Contents: 

Editors Comments: Diane Kirkby

1. Tim Rowse, "The Moral World of the Native Mounted Police"

2. Isabella Alexander, "Cartography, Empire and Copyright Law in Colonial Australia"

3. Danielle Boaz Fraud, "Vagrancy and the ‘Pretended’ Exercise of Supernatural Powers in England, South Africa and Jamaica"

4. Ann P. Hunter, "Towards Amalgamationist Governance: Governor Hutt and Contradictions in British Colonial Policy Regarding Aboriginal People in Western Australia"

5. Peter Prince, "‘Australia’s Most Inhumane Mass Deportation Abuse’: Robtelmes v Brenan and Expulsion of the ‘Alien’ Islanders"

FORUM

The Myall Creek Massacre of 1838: Genocide, War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity?

Ann Curthoys, "Introduction"

Mark Tedeschi, "Speech at the Annual Myall Creek Memorial Ceremony on 11 June 2017 for Those Who Died in the Myall Creek Massacre of 1838"

Jennifer Balint, "Naming Genocide in Law"

Daniel Joyce, "Understanding the Myall Creek Massacre in the Terms of International Criminal Law"

BOOK REVIEWS

Mark Tedeschi, Murder at Myall Creek: The Trial that Defined a Nation (Alexander Cameron-Smith)

Ann McGrath, Illicit Love: Interracial Sex and Marriage in the United States and Australia (Angela Wanhalla)


Jesse Adams Stein, Hot Metal: Material Culture and Tangible Labour (Emma Robertson)

Further information is available here.

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