Mirko Jurak, 1935-2014. An Obituary
by Adi Wimmer (2-3)


“‘Modern in Every Respect’: The 1914 Conference of the British Association for the Advancement of Science”
by John Scheckter (4-20)

“Arthur Wheen, Australian World War I Hero, and Erich Maria Remarque’s Im Westen nichts Neues: All Quiet on the Western Front
by John Ramsland (21-35)

“‘Are There any Poor People Here?’: Immigrants, Aborigines, and Multicultural Perceptions”
by Mitchell Rolls (36-44)

“Worlding the Island-continent: The Spatial-cultural Logics of Interwar Historical Fiction”
by Adam Gall (45-59)

“The Swinging Stirrup Iron: Murder Most Pastoral in Recent Queensland Fiction”
by Geoff Rodoreda (60-75)

“Reconciling Historical F(r)iction: Exploring the Unsettling Edges of Australianness in David Malouf’s Remembering Babylon
by Cornelis Martin Renes (76-89)

“Nation, Empire and Gender: Two Genteel English Women Writing about Australia and Hungary in the Mid-Nineteenth Century”
by Ildiko Domotor (90-103)

“Is Burchett a Traitor to Australian Journalism? A Cultural Historiographical Approach to Why this May not Matter”
by Josie Vine (104-121)

Book reviews

Rev. of Paul Eggert, ed. Biography of a Book: Henry Lawson’s While the Billy Boils.
by Annalisa Pes (122-125)

Rev. of Alexis Wright, The Swan
by Cornelis Martin Renes (126-128)