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23
Jul
2024

What is History in a Settler Colonial Society? Mapping the limits and possibilities of ethical historiography

In his 1995 study of history, Silencing the Past: Power and the Production of History, Michel-Rolph Trouillot insisted on the need to recognise the discipline’...
25
Jul
2024

Tom Wills: The Insubordinate Life of an Australian Sporting Legend

There are many versions of the origins of our Australian game of football, but all of them include T.W. Wills in some way. A champion cricketer, he had been...
02
Aug
2024

Decolonising minority citizenship: promises of an ethnographic sensibility

Who is a minority? The answer to this seemingly innocuous question is not obvious. Colonial constructions of the minority were shaped by racialised assumptions...
05
Aug
2024

Do climate models leave us cold? Devices, felt-virtualities and the sociology of heat

The paper seeks to ground heat and temperature more sociologically. The starting thought, which is possibly completely wrong, is that the modelling of global...
09
Aug
2024

EP Thompson at 100: History, Law, Politics

EP Thompson (1924-1993) was one of the great British historians of the past century. His work reshaped our thinking about the relationship between law and...
23
Sep
2024

Stolenwealth: Examining the expropriation of First Nations women’s unpaid care

This article examines the intersections between coloniality and gender in the generation and maintenance of Australian wealth. Settler colonialism is ongoing...

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