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Australians in Britain
Australians in Italy
Complicated Currents
Drawing the Line
Fault Lines Exposed
From Ferranti to Faculty
History Australia
Jackson's Track Revisited
Jean Primrose Whyte
Learning Discourses and the Discourses of Learning
Melbourne 2030
Monash Bioethics Review
No Way to Go
Orb and Sceptre
Seize the Day
The Spirit of Secular Art
South Pacific Museums
Still Learning
Struggle Country
Writing Histories

Australians in Britain (book)

Australians in Britain is edited by Carl Bridge, Robert Crawford and David Dunstan
Published August 2009
256 pages
Australians in Britain home page
About Australians in Britain

eISBN:  978-0-9804648-6-3
ISBN
:   978-0-9804648-6-3 (paperback)

Australians in Britain: The Twentieth-Century Experience can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

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Australians in Italy: Contemporary Lives and Impressions (book)

Australians in Italy, edited by Bill Kent, Ros Pesman and Cynthia Troup
Published August 2008 (248 pages);
reprinted in 2010 (312 pages)

eISBN:   978-0-9803616-9-8
ISBN
:   978-0-9803616-8-1 (paperback)

Australians in Italy: Contemporary Lives and Impressions can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

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Complicated Currents: Media Flows, Soft Power and East Asia

Editors: Daniel Black, Stephen Epstein and Alison Tokita
Published: May 2010
244 pages

About Complicated Currents

eISBN: 978-0-9804648-9-4
ISBN: 978-0-9804648-8-7

Complicated Currents: Media Flows, Soft Power and East Asia can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

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Drawing the Line: Using Cartoons as Historical Evidence

Editors: Richard Scully and Marian Quartly
Published 2009
272 pages
More than 100 images

About Drawing the Line

eISBN: 978-0-9804648-5-6
ISBN: 978-0-9804648-4-9

Drawing the Line: Using Cartoons as Historical Evidence can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

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Fault Lines Exposed: Advantage and Disadvantage across Australia's Settlement System (book)

By Scott Baum, Kevin O'Connor and Robert Stimson
About Fault Lines Exposed

Fault Lines Exposed is currently not available in print (RRP AUD $39.95). However it is available online for free:

Published: 2005
Pages (print version): 216
 
ISBN-10   0-9757475-4-1 (paperback)
ISBN-10   0-9757475-5-X (web)
ISBN-13   978-0-9757475-4-4 (paperback)
ISBN-13   978-0-9757475-5-1 (web)

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From Ferranti to Faculty: Information Technology at Monash University, 1960 to 1990 (book)

From Ferranti to Faculty, by Sarah Rood
Published August 2008
140 pages

eISBN:   978-0-9805108-1-2
ISBN:   978-0-9805108-0-5 (paperback)

From Ferranti to Faculty: Information Technology at Monash University, 1960 to 1990 can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

 

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History Australia (journal) - 2011 subscriptions

Editors: Penny Russell and Richard White
Home page
About History Australia
Published three times a year.

eISSN 1833-4881
ISSN 1449-0854

History Australia is the journal of the Australian Historical Association (AHA). All members of the AHA receive a subscription to History Australia as part of their membership, which is available to individuals as well as to institutions. Memberships run from 28 February to 27 February each year and include print copies of the journal as well as access to the online version of the journal.

Membership

For membership prices, to become a member of the AHA using the online membership application, or to download a printable membership form, please use the following links:

Individual AHA membership

Institutional AHA membership (Word document)

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Jackson's Track Revisited: History, Remembrance and Reconciliation (book)

Author: Carolyn Landon
Published: 2006
136 pages
About Jackson's Track Revisited

ISBN (online): 0-9757475-6-8
ISBN (paperback): 0-9757475-7-6
ISBN-13 (online): 978-0-9757475-6-8
ISBN-13 (paperback): 978-0-9757475-7-5

Jackson's Track Revisited: History, Remembrance and Reconciliation can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

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Jean Primrose Whyte: A Professional Biography (book)

About Jean Primrose Whyte

Author: Coralie Elsenore Janis Jenkin

Published: March 2010
Publisher: Monash University Custom Publishing Services (an imprint of Monash University Publishing) on behalf of the Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University
Pages: 164 pp
Dimensions: 164 mm wide by 245 mm high
Includes: Index and five appendices
Print RRP: $34.95 (GST-inclusive; plus postage and handling)

ISBN: 978-0-9805108-4-3 (paperback)
eISBN: 978-0-9805108-5-0 (ebook)

Jean Primrose Whyte: A Professional Biography is available online for free:

Jean Primrose Whyte is currently unavailable in print format, although bulk quantities of 25 copies or more can be purchased by booksellers or libraries: for information, including discount prices for bulk purchases, plesae contact our Marketing Coordinator, Sarah Cannon.

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Learning Discourses and the Discourses of Learning (book)

Edited by Helen Marriott, Tim Moore and Robyn Spence-Brown
About Learning Discourses and the Discourses of Learning

Learning Discourses and the Discourses of Learning can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

Published: November 2007
288 pages
ISBN 978-0-9803616-4-3
eISBN 978-0-9803616-5-0

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Melbourne 2030: Planning Rhetoric versus Urban Reality (book)

By Bob Birrell, Kevin O'Connor, Virginia Rapson and Ernest Healy

About Melbourne 2030

Melbourne 2030 is currently not available in print (RRP AUD $34.95). However it is available online for free:

Published: March 2005
126 pages

ISBN (pb) 0-9757475-0-9
ISBN-13 (pb) 978-0-9757475-0-6

ISBN (web) 0-9757475-1-7
ISBN-13 (web) 978-0-9757475-1-3

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Monash Bioethics Review (journal), 2012 subscriptions

Monash Bioethics Review home page

eISSN 1836-6716
ISSN 1321-2753

2012 subscriptions will open shortly.
Details are as follows:

From 2012 Monash Bioethics Review will publish two issues per volume per year.

Monash Bioethics Review is available online and in print. Subscription options are:
1) access to the online version only;
2) access to the online version plus a single print copy of each issue; or
3) access to the online version plus bulk print copies of each issue.
Print-only subscriptions to Monash Bioethics Review are not available.

The following subscriptions and prices apply:

Individual subscriptions to the journal Monash Bioethics Review (MBeR)
Price Further information Subscriptions not yet open
Individual online-only subscription
AUD $49.20 Online access is via username and password. Email the Bioethics Centre regarding subscribing
Individual online plus print
AUD $61.50

One print copy of each issue per subscription plus online access.

Postage and handling:
Where the postal address is within Australia, the price includes postage and handling.
Where the postal address is outside Australia, postage and handling is an additional $10.00.

Email the Bioethics Centre regarding subscribing
Concession online-only
AUD $34.20

Concession subscriptions are available to students, pensioners and seniors. A photocopy of the current concession card should be posted to Monash University Bioethics Centre or emailed to the Monash University Bioethics Centre.

Email the Bioethics Centre regarding subscribing
Concession online plus print
AUD $42.75

Concession subscriptions are available to students, pensioners and seniors. A photocopy of the current concession card should be posted to Monash University Bioethics Centre or emailed to the Monash University Bioethics Centre.

One print copy of each issue per subscription plus online access.

Postage and handling:
Where the postal address is within Australia, the price includes postage and handling.
Where the postal address is outside Australia, postage and handling is an additional $10.00.

Email the Bioethics Centre regarding subscribing
Print-only subscriptions
Not available.

 

Institutional subscriptions to the journal Monash Bioethics Review (MBeR)
Price Further information Subscriptions not yet open
Institutional online-only subscription
(IP range access)
AUD $87.00 Online access for multiple simultaneous users within a specified IP range. Email the Bioethics Centre regarding subscribing
Institutional online plus print
(IP range access; one print copy per issue)
AUD $96.75

One print copy of each issue per subscription plus online access for multiple simultaneous users within a specified IP range.

Postage and handling:
Where the postal address is within Australia, the price includes postage and handling.
Where the postal address is outside Australia, postage and handling is an additional $10.00.

Email the Bioethics Centre regarding subscribing
Institutional online-only subscription (non-IP range access)
AUD $74.25

Only available to institutions not set up for IP-range access.
Online access is for up to 10 users (via username and password).

Email the Bioethics Centre regarding subscribing
Institutional online plus print subscription
(non-IP range access; one print copy per issue)
AUD $84.00

Only available to institutions not set up for IP-range access.
Online access is for up to 10 users (via username and password).

One print copy of each issue per subscription plus online access.

Where the postal address is within Australia, the price includes postage and handling.
Where the postal address is outside Australia, postage and handling is an additional $10.00.

Email the Bioethics Centre regarding subscribing

Institutional online plus print subscription - bulk print quantity
(5 or more print sets)

Subscriptions to bulk print copies include an online subscription, either either IP range or non-IP range.

A "print set" refers to a complete set of all the print issues in a particular volume. Bulk copies must be purchased in complete print sets, so that the same number of each issue is received. (It is not possible to purchase five copies of issue 1 and eight copies of issue 2.)

For five to ten copies of a print set, the cost is AUD $34.00 per print set plus postage and handling. For 11 or more print sets, the price is $340.00 for the first 10 sets plus $25.00 per additional print set, plus postage and handling.

Postage and handling charges for bulk print quantities will be calculated by the Monash University Publishign at the time of the order, based on standard Australia Post rates.

Example 1:
A small association that has members whose computers are set up in various unrelated locations would like non-IP range online access and five print sets.
They would request non-IP range online access, and the cost of their subscription would be 5 x $34 = AUD $170 (GST inclusive) plus postage and handling.

Example 2:
A large organisation (such as a university) would like all people accessing computers from within the organisation to be able to access the journal online. They would also like 28 print copies of each issue as a class set.
They would request IP range online access, and the cost of their subscription would be 10 x $34 plus 18 x $25 = AUD $790 (GST inclusive) plus postage and handling.

Email the Bioethics Centre regarding subscribing
Print-only subscriptions
Not available.

 

 

No Way to Go: Transport and Social Disadvantage in Australian Communities (book)

Edited by Graham Currie, Janet Stanley and John Stanley
About No Way to Go

No Way To Go can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

Published: September 2007
200 pages
eISBN 978-0-9803616-3-6
ISBN 978-0-9803616-2-9

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Orb and Sceptre: Studies in British Imperialism and Its Legacies, in Honour of Norman Etherington (book)

Edited by Peter LImb
About Orb and Sceptre

Orb and Sceptre can be purchased as a paperback back, and is also available online for free:

Published: July 2008
Pages: 296 (paperback version)

ISBN:    978-0-9803616-6-7 (paperback)
ISBN:    978-0-9803616-7-4 (web)

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Seize the Day (book)

Edited by Kate Darian-Smith, Richard Gillespie, Caroline Jordan and Elizabeth Willis
Published September 2008
372 pages
About Seize the Day

ISBN: 978-0-9804648-0-1 (paperback)
ISBN: 978-0-9804648-1-8 (web)

Seize the Day: Exhibtions, Australia and the World can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

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South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture (book)

Edited by Chris Healy and Andrea Witcomb
About South Pacific Museums

South Pacific Museums can be purchased as a paperback back, and is also available online for free:

Published: 2006
Pages: 232

ISBN-10   0-9757475-8-4 (paperback)
ISBN-10   0-9757475-9-2 (web)
ISBN-13    978-0-9757475-8-2 (paperback)
ISBN-13    978-0-9757475-9-9 (web)

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The Spirit of Secular Art: A History of the Sacramental Roots of Contemporary Artistic Values (book)

Author: Robert Nelson
Published: September 2007
184 pages
The Spirit of Secular Art home page

eISBN 978-0-9803616-1-2
ISBN 978-0-9803616-0-5

The Spirit of Secular Art: A History of the Sacramental Roots of Contemporary Artistic Values can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

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Still Learning: A 50 Year History of Monash University Peninsula Campus (book)

Still Learning, by Fay Woodhouse
Published August 2008
44 pages
About Still Learning

ISBN:     978-0-9805108-2-9 (paperback)
eISBN:   978-0-9805108-3-6 (web)

Still Learning: A 50 Year History of Monash University Peninsula Campus can be purchased as a paperback, and is also available online for free:

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Struggle Country: The Rural Ideal in Twentieth Century Australia (book)

Edited by Graeme Davison and Marc Brodie
About Struggle Country

Struggle Country is currently not available in print (RRP AUD $34.95). However, it is available online for free:

Published: October 2005
Pages: 200 (paperback version)

ISBN-10    0-9757475-2-5 (paperback)
ISBN-10    0-9757475-3-3 (web)
 
ISBN-13    978-0-9757475-2-0 (paperback)
ISBN-13    978-0-9757475-3-7 (web)

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Writing Histories: Imagination and Narration

Edited by Ann Curthoys and Ann McGrath
About Writing Histories

Writing Histories can be purchased as a paperback back, and is also available online for free:

First published by Monash Publications in History, Monash University: 2000
Republished by Monash University Publishing: 2009

Format: A5, paperback
Pages: 124

ISBN 978-0-9804648-2-5 (paperback)
ISBN 978-0-9804648-3-2 (web)