The controversial new book about the state of Australian higher education and its future
The latest book in the internationally acclaimed Creative Economy series
A brand new edition of an internationally renowned science bestseller.
Ending Holy Wars explores how religious dimensions affect the possibilities for conflict resolution in civil war.
The Mind of a Thief is about identity, history, place and belonging and, perhaps most of all, about how we create ourselves through our stories.
Larrikins: A History swerves through the streets of Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, offering a glimpse into the lives of Australia’s first larrikins, including bare knuckle-fighting, football-barracki ...
Tax Havens and Sovereignty in the Pacific Islands surveys the timely, important and controversial topic of Pacific Islands tax havens – havens currently holding hundreds of billions of dollars.
Combining scholarship with the narrative tension of a thriller, Nicole Moore exposes the secret history of censorship in Australia ... what we couldn’t read, didn’t know, and why!
David Hilliard’s God’s Gentlemen, originally published in 1978, remains the only detached and detailed historical analysis of the work of the Melanesian Mission. Starting with its New Zealand beginnin ...
Workers in Bondage is primarily concerned with Queensland’s Pacific Islander labour force, but it begins with the origins of servitude in Queensland during the convict era before separation from New S ...