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'Kate Fullagar’s striking new book is guaranteed to jump right off the shelf at any Australian historian happily meandering their way around the bookshop. Appearing under Simon & Schuster’s very appealing literary non-fiction imprint Scribner Australia, it grapples with one of Australia’s foundational narratives, the relationship between the first British governor, Arthur Phillip, and the First Nations leader Bennelong. The names of these men have been long etched into the national consciousness. Yet, as Fullagar explains, despite the many works of history and art dealing with their lives and doings, nobody has attempted to bring their ‘entangled lives’ together in one historical study – until this book.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon History Australia vol. 21 no. 2 2024 28209723 2024 periodical issue

    'This is the final issue from the editorial team at Australian Catholic University. Following certain unexpected events, we asked the AHA to make the editorial change-over occur at mid-year instead of at the end of the year, and we think this will also suit teams going forward. We are absolutely delighted to welcome in our multi-based successors, Alecia Simmonds from University of Technology, Sydney, Yves Rees from La Trobe University, and Laura Rademaker from The Australian National University. We know that this diverse and experienced group will continue all that we love about this journal but add innovations and fresh twists as they progress. We are pleased to hand them a healthy pipeline of brilliant new historical scholarship, including at least two special issues.'  (Publication summary)

    2024
    pg. 296-297
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