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  1. Public History 9 items
    1. People and their pasts: public history today - Paul Ashton, Hilda Kean, Palgrave Connect (Online service) 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended eBook

    2. History at the crossroads: Australians and the past - Paul Ashton, Paula Hamilton 2010

      Book Recommended

    3. Private lives, public history - Anna Clark 2016

      Book Required

    4. The public history reader - Hilda Kean, Paul Martin 2013

      Book Required

    5. Packaging the past: public histories - John Rickard, Peter Spearritt 1991

      Book Required

  2. Researching, Writing and Making History 9 items
    1. Research methods for history 2012

      Book Required

    2. Doing History - Mark Donnelly, Claire Norton, Ebook Library 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    3. How to Write History That People Want to Read - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath, Ebook Library 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Required

    4. Writing histories: imagination and narration - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath, Monash University. School of Historical Studies c2009

      Book Required

    5. Hands-on history - Sue Hodges c2006

      Book Required

    6. The pursuit of history: aims, methods and new directions in the study of modern history - John Tosh, Sean Lang 2006

      Book Recommended

  3. Week 1 - Making History 14 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. People and their pasts: public history today - Paul Ashton, Hilda Kean, Palgrave Connect (Online service) 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read introduction pp.1-20

    3. Paradigms of public history - Graeme Davison 04/1991

      Article Required

    4. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    5. Public History - Paul Ashton 2013

      Chapter Recommended

    6. What Makes History Public? - Ann Curthoys, Paula Hamilton 1992

      Article Recommended

    7. Unofficial Knowledge - Raphael Samuel 1994

      Chapter Recommended

    8. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    9. People and their pasts: public history today - Paul Ashton, Hilda Kean, Palgrave Connect (Online service) 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    10. The public history reader - Hilda Kean, Paul Martin 2013

      Book Recommended

    11. Theatres of memory - Raphael Samuel 1994-

      Book Recommended

  4. Week 2: ‘History from below’ - from workers to women to race 17 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    3. The Trouble with History - Tony Birch 2013

      Chapter Recommended

    4. What is history now? - David Cannadine 2002

      Chapter Recommended Read Ch 1 - 'Prologue: What is History?', pp.1-18

    5. The Weavers - E.P. Thompson

      Chapter Recommended

    6. The Evidence of Experience - Joan W. Scott 1991

      Article Recommended

    7. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    8. The way to rainy mountain - N. Scott Momaday 1969

      Book Recommended

    9. Theatres of memory - Raphael Samuel 1994-

      Book Recommended

    10. The making of the English working class - E. P. Thompson 1991

      Book Required

    11. The making of the English working class - E. P. Thompson 1980

      Book Required

    12. The making of the English working class - E. P. Thompson 1963

      Book Required

  5. Week 3: History Wars and Contested Histories 24 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. History Wars (Ch 11) - Ann Curthoys, John Docker

      Chapter Required Please read - 'History Wars', Ch 11 E-Book

    3. ch. 11, History wars - Ann Curthoys, John Docker

      Chapter Required This is same chapter as from e-book above but can be downloaded and printed

    4. Fantasy Island - James Boyce

      Chapter Required

    5. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    6. The History Wars - Anna Clark 2013

      Chapter Recommended

    7. ch. 1, History Under Fire - Stuart Macintyre, Anna Clark

      Chapter Required

    8. Public debates about history: Comparative Notes from Indonesia - Adrian Vickers, Katharine E McGregor 06/2005

      Article Recommended

    9. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    10. ch. 11, History wars - Ann Curthoys, John Docker

      Chapter Required

    11. Is history fiction? - Ann Curthoys, John Docker 2006

      Book Required Print book - in Bundoora Reserve (3 Hour)

    12. Is history fiction? 2nd ed. - Ann Curthoys, John Docker 2010

      Book Required Print book - in Bendigo Reserve (3 Hour)

    13. Passionate histories: myth, memory and Indigenous Australia - Frances Peters-Little, Ann Curthoys, John Docker 2010

      Book Required Print book - in Bundoora Reserve (3 Hour)

    14. The history wars - Stuart Macintyre, Anna Clark c2004

      Book Required

    15. The history wars - Stuart Macintyre, Anna Clark 2003

      Book Required

    16. Fantasy Island - James Boyce

      Chapter Required

  6. Week 4: Museums and Material Culture 31 items
    1. ESSENTIAL READING FOR MUSEUM VISIT (ALL STUDENTS)

    2. MELBOURNE MUSEUM TRIP ESSENTIAL READING

    3. ALBURY LIBRARY MUSEUM TRIP ESSENTIAL READING

    4. BENDIGO MUSEUM TRIP ESSENTIAL READING

    5. MILDURA MUSEUM TRIP ESSENTIAL READING

    6. SHEPPARTON: TATURA MUSEUM TRIP ESSENTIAL READING

    7. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    8. The Australian Frontier in the Museum - Amanda Nettelbeck 01/06/2011

      Article Recommended

    9. History in Museums - Mathew Trinca 2013

      Chapter Recommended

    10. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    11. The Birth of the Museum: History, Theory, Politics - Tony Bennett 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    12. Hunters and collectors: the antiquarian imagination in Australia - Tom Griffiths 1996

      Book Recommended Print book - in Bundoora & AW Reserve (3 Hour)

    13. Making histories in museums - Gaynor Kavanagh 1996

      Book Required

  7. Week 5: Digging in the Archive 13 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. 'Working With/In the Archives' - Michelle King

      Chapter Required Read Chapter 2

    3. ch. 3, Crying in the Archives - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath

      Chapter Required Read Chapter 3

    4. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    5. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    6. Archive stories: facts, fictions, and the writing of history - Antoinette M. Burton 2005

      Book Required

    7. Contesting archives: finding women in the sources - Nupur Chaudhuri, Sherry J. Katz, Mary Elizabeth Perry c2010

      Book Required

    8. ARCHIVE GUIDES (PUBLISHED)

    9. Private lives, public records: family history resources at Public Record Office Victoria - Barbara Wels, Bronwyn Fensham, Kasia Zygmuntowicz, Victoria 2004

      Book Required

  8. Week 6 - Archival Silences and Reading Against the Grain 14 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. Mr. Peal's archive : mobility and exchange in histories of empire - Tony Ballantyne

      Chapter Required If you want to download and print Ballantyne, use this version not the ebook version below. You need to click LA TROBE LOGIN at bottom of screen (NOT access ebook).

    3. Mr. Peal’s Archive: Mobility and Exchange in Histories of Empire - Tony Ballantyne

      Chapter Required Read pp.87-110 under Part I - Close Encounters: The Archive as Contact Zone

    4. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    5. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    6. Archive stories: facts, fictions, and the writing of history - Antoinette M. Burton 2005

      Book Recommended

    7. Refiguring the Archive - Carolyn Hamilton, V. S. Harris, Jane Taylor, Michele Pickover 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    8. Dust: the archive and cultural history - Carolyn Steedman 2002

      Book Recommended

    9. Along the Archival Grain: Epistemic Anxieties and Colonial Common Sense - Ann Laura Stoler, Ebook Library 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

  9. Week 7: Visualising the Past 15 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. ch. 2, Science and Visuality : "communicating correct ideas" - Jane Lydon

      Chapter Required Read Chapter 2, pp.73-121 (Footnotes @ pp. 259-261)

    3. ch. 3, Approaching Visual Materials - Ludmilla Jordanova

      Chapter Required Read Chapter 3, pp.30-47

    4. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    5. Bearing Witness - Jane Lydon

      Chapter Recommended

    6. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    7. Calling the Shots: Aboriginal Photographies - Jane Lydon 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    8. Eye contact: photographing indigenous Australians - Jane Lydon c2005

      Book Required

    9. The flash of recognition: photography and the emergence of Indigenous rights - Jane Lydon, Ebook Library 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

  10. Week 8: History and Film 13 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL VIEWING

    3. Utopia girls: how women won the vote - Clare Alice Wright, Lucy Maclaren, Alex West, Jasmin Tarasin (9.30 pm,) June 14, 2012. (electronic resource)

      Audio-visual document Required

    4. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    5. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

  11. Week 9: History and Space - Contested Landscapes 19 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. Nervous Landscapes: Race and Space in Australia - Denis Byrne

      Chapter Required Read Ch.4, pp.103-128.

    3. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    4. Land Rites (Ch 7 in Hunters and collectors: the antiquarian imagination in Australia) - Tom Griffiths 1996

      Chapter Recommended Read ch. 7, Land Rites

    5. Remembering Dead Places - Peter Read 04/1996

      Article Recommended

    6. Practical Forgetfulness - Paul Sinclair

      Chapter Recommended

    7. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    8. Making Settler Colonial Space: Perspectives on Race, Place and Identity - Tracey Banivanua Mar, Penelope Edmonds 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Required

    9. Making Settler Colonial Space: Perspectives on Race, Place and Identity - Tracey Banivanua Mar, Penelope Edmonds 2010

      Book Required If you cannot access it via the Ebook central links above, try this platform.

    10. Hunters and collectors: the antiquarian imagination in Australia - Tom Griffiths 1996

      Book Required

    11. Returning to nothing: the meaning of lost places - Peter Read 1996

      Book Recommended

    12. The Murray: a river and its people - Paul Geoffrey Sinclair 2001

      Book Recommended

    13. Seven versions of an Australian badland - Ross Gibson 2002

      Book Required

  12. Week 10: Evoking the Past 29 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. Narrative, plot, action! - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath

      Chapter Required

    3. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    4. Character and emotion - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath

      Chapter Required

    5. Once upon a time - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath

      Chapter Recommended

    6. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    7. How to Write History That People Want to Read - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath, Ebook Library 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    8. True stories - Inga Clendinnen, Australian Broadcasting Corporation 1999

      Book Required

    9. Reading the Holocaust - Inga Clendinnen 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    10. Dancing with Strangers - Inga Clendinnen, EBL ebook Library 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    11. Dancing with strangers - Inga Clendinnen 2003

      Book Recommended

    12. Readings/writings - Greg Dening 1998

      Book Recommended

    13. Beach crossings: voyaging across times, cultures and self - Greg Dening 2004

      Book Recommended

    14. The art of time travel: historians and their craft - Tom Griffiths 2016

      Book Recommended See Ch. 6 on Greg Dening, Ch.10 on Donna Merr\wick, Ch 12 on Inga Clendinnen

    15. The transformation of Virginia, 1740-1790 - Rhys Isaac c1982

      Book Recommended

    16. The transformation of Virginia, 1740-1790 - Rhys Isaac 1988, c1982

      Book Recommended

  13. Week 11: Making Compelling History 10 items
    1. ESSENTIAL TUTORIAL READING

    2. Seven secrets of stylish academic writing - Helen Sword July 13, 2012 12.04pm AEST

      Article Recommended

    3. Styling pasts for presents - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath

      Chapter Recommended

    4. Tough love - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath

      Chapter Recommended

    5. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    6. ADDITIONAL READING (BOOKS)

    7. How to Write History That People Want to Read - Ann Curthoys, Ann McGrath, Ebook Library 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    8. The art of time travel: historians and their craft - Tom Griffiths 2016

      Book Recommended

    9. Stylish academic writing - Helen Sword, EBSCOhost 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

  14. Week 12: Digital History Futures 3 items
    1. ADDITIONAL READING (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

  15. Historiography 6 items
    1. ARTICLES/CHAPTERS

    2. BOOKS

    3. What is history now? - David Cannadine 2002

      Book Required

    4. Doing History - Mark Donnelly, Claire Norton, Ebook Library 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    5. A global history of modern historiography (electronic resource) - Iggers, Georg G., Wang, Q. Edward, Mukherjee, Supriya 2008

      Book Recommended

    6. The pursuit of history: aims, methods and new directions in the study of modern history - John Tosh, Sean Lang 2006

      Book Recommended

  16. Local and Community HIstory 17 items
    1. DISUSSION OF LOCAL/COMMUNITY HISTORY (ARTICLES/CHAPTERS)

    2. Up the country: Histories and communities - Kate Darian‐Smith 01/2002

      Article Recommended

    3. EXAMPLES OF WELL RECEIVED ACADEMIC LOCAL HISTORIES (BOOKS)

    4. Camden - Alan Atkinson 1988

      Book Recommended

    5. Coburg: between two creeks - Richard Broome, Coburg Historical Society, Moreland (Vic.). Council 2001

      Book Recommended

    6. Lucky city: the first generation at Ballarat, 1851-1901 - Weston Bate 1978

      Book Recommended

    7. The rise and fall of marvellous Melbourne - Graeme Davison 1978

      Book Recommended

    8. Digging people up for coal: a history of Yallourn - Meredith Fletcher 2002

      Book Recommended

    9. Narrandera Shire - Bill Gammage, Narrandera (N.S.W. : Shire). Council 1986

      Book Recommended

    10. Beechworth: an Australian country town and its past - Tom Griffiths 1987

      Book Recommended

  17. Research Project Thematic Secondary Sources (Australian History) 5 items
    1. Australians at War 3 items
      1. Gender and war: Australians at war in the twentieth century - Joy Damousi, Marilyn Lake 1995

        Book Required

      2. On the home front: Melbourne in wartime : 1939-1945 - Darian-Smith, Kate 2009

        Book Required

    2. War Memorials 2 items
      1. A place to remember: a history of the Shrine of Remembrance - Bruce Scates 2009

        Book Required

  18. New keywords: a revised vocabulary of culture and society - Bennett, Tony, Grossberg, Lawrence, Morris, Meaghan, Williams, Raymond 2005 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  19. My place: the story of Australia from now to then - Nadia Wheatley, Donna Rawlins c1987

    Book Required