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Patrick White and James K. Baxter : Public Intellectuals Mark Williams , 2014 single work criticism
— Appears in: Patrick White Centenary : The Legacy of a Prodigal Son 2014; (p. 354-367)
'I start with the difficulties encountered in Australia and New Zealand from the 1960s as both countries sought to reconfigure national identities derived from common sources in Victorian imperial racial attitudes, attitudes which were often incorporated into, rather than expelled from, cultural nationalism. To a large extent this process of national ‘rebranding’ has been conducted at state level as a managerial response to an urgent need to modernise settler economies, attract skills and capital, and differentiate contemporary national imageries from colonial ones. In both countries this elite-driven managerialism has been in conflict with the populist politics of settler recidivism. Yet in both also, ethically charged advocacy of a more just national order, is often led by artists and intellectuals but with significant support in the majority white populations, has been crucial in articulating the terms of change and broadening its appeal.' (Source : www.asaa.net.au/files/PATRICK%20WHITE%20CENTENARY%20-%20Speakers%20v3.pdf )
y Henry Lawson Among Maoris : Corrections, 1993 William Harrison Pearson , Auckland : William Harrison Pearson , 1993 Z1091074 1993 single work criticism
Untitled Colin Roderick , 1971 single work review
— Appears in: Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society , September vol. 57 no. 3 1971; (p. 263-266)

— Review of Henry Lawson Among Maoris William Harrison Pearson 1968 single work criticism
New Zealand Under Scrutiny Terry Sturm , 1970 single work review
— Appears in: Southerly , vol. 30 no. 3 1970; (p. 231-234)

— Review of Henry Lawson Among Maoris William Harrison Pearson 1968 single work criticism
Books Felicity Haynes , Margot Luke , 1969 single work review
— Appears in: The Critic , 13 March vol. 9 no. 9 1969; (p. 100)

— Review of The Dolphin Dorothy Auchterlonie 1967 selected work poetry ; Henry Lawson Among Maoris William Harrison Pearson 1968 single work criticism ; The Actors: An Image of New Japan Hal Porter 1967 single work autobiography
Books Felicity Haynes , Margot Luke , 1969 single work review
— Appears in: The Critic , 13 March vol. 9 no. 9 1969; (p. 100)

— Review of The Dolphin Dorothy Auchterlonie 1967 selected work poetry ; Henry Lawson Among Maoris William Harrison Pearson 1968 single work criticism ; The Actors: An Image of New Japan Hal Porter 1967 single work autobiography
Lawson as a Racist Nancy Keesing , 1968 single work review
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 30 November vol. 90 no. 4630 1968; (p. 83-84)

— Review of Henry Lawson Among Maoris William Harrison Pearson 1968 single work criticism
Untitled Brian Kiernan , 1968 single work review
— Appears in: The Australian , 28 December 1968; (p. 10)

— Review of Henry Lawson Among Maoris William Harrison Pearson 1968 single work criticism
Untitled C. Roderick , 1968 single work review
— Appears in: The Age , 23 November 1968; (p. 14)

— Review of Henry Lawson Among Maoris William Harrison Pearson 1968 single work criticism
Untitled R. D. Arnold , 1969 single work review
— Appears in: Historical Studies , vol. 14 no. 1969; (p. 137-139)

— Review of Henry Lawson Among Maoris William Harrison Pearson 1968 single work criticism
y Henry Lawson Among Maoris : Corrections, 1993 William Harrison Pearson , Auckland : William Harrison Pearson , 1993 Z1091074 1993 single work criticism
Patrick White and James K. Baxter : Public Intellectuals Mark Williams , 2014 single work criticism
— Appears in: Patrick White Centenary : The Legacy of a Prodigal Son 2014; (p. 354-367)
'I start with the difficulties encountered in Australia and New Zealand from the 1960s as both countries sought to reconfigure national identities derived from common sources in Victorian imperial racial attitudes, attitudes which were often incorporated into, rather than expelled from, cultural nationalism. To a large extent this process of national ‘rebranding’ has been conducted at state level as a managerial response to an urgent need to modernise settler economies, attract skills and capital, and differentiate contemporary national imageries from colonial ones. In both countries this elite-driven managerialism has been in conflict with the populist politics of settler recidivism. Yet in both also, ethically charged advocacy of a more just national order, is often led by artists and intellectuals but with significant support in the majority white populations, has been crucial in articulating the terms of change and broadening its appeal.' (Source : www.asaa.net.au/files/PATRICK%20WHITE%20CENTENARY%20-%20Speakers%20v3.pdf )
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  • 1890s
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