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Oxford companion to Australian history [electronic resource] / edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, Stuart Macintyre, with the assistance of Helen Doyle and Kim Tomey. [New York] : Oxford University Press, c2006

The Oxford Companion to Australian History draws on the latest scholarship and covers people, institutions, and events that have shaped Australian society, politics and culture. There are entries on politicians, colonisers, visionaries, newspaper barons, industrialists, explorers, writers, artists, and scientists. There are numerous extended essays on key facets of the nation's life — political, social, cultural, scientific, military, and economic. Readers will find incisive entries on matters such as, art, capital punishment, gambling, language, literature, military history, republicanism, and reconciliation.

Digital ethnography project [electronic resource] / [edited by] Jay B. Crain, Allan C. Darrah, Linus Silipolakapulapola Digm'Rina, Caroline Gardner. Sacramento : California State University, Department of Anthropology, [200?]-

"… Digital Ethnographic Project (DEP) [is] an innovative and versatile tool for the storage, retrieval and analytical processing of ethnographic and historical texts … DEP is being created to contribute to the understanding and appreciation of culture by advancing in-depth, text based ethnographic scholarship. DEP is a digital research environment designed to facilitate the process of ethnographic analysis; it will assist both scholars and students in dealing with some of the challenges and tedium imposed by intensive, non-linear re-analyses of texts. DEP will be composed of all known and accessible texts for a "classic case" culture—the Trobriand Islanders of Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea." Includes bibliography and "Whose Who [sic] in Trobriand/Massim Texts," as well as selected texts and theses.

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