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James L. Flexner

Aubusson , Kate . 2015 . “ Australian Museum Guts Staff, Putting Priceless Artefacts at Risk: Union .” Sydney Morning Herald , 12 November .

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Marie-Ève Thérenty

féministe en France à la fin du siècle dernier », Clio, Femmes, genre, histoire 6 (1997), . 17 Marion Marzolf, Up From the Footnote: A History of Women Journalists (New York : Hastings House Publishers, 1977) ; Kate Mills, A

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Nicholas L. Syrett

sexual act or gender presentation. This had obvious consequences for the role of age asymmetry in sexual relations. As Kate Fisher and Jana Funke have recently shown, sexologists in the early twentieth century argued that what constituted homosexuality as

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Socialist Masculinity as Private-Public Performance in the Kamanin Diaries

Erica L. Fraser and Kateryna Tonkykh

Russian history and culture, and indeed exhibit patterns common in other societies as well. Kamanin's judgment of his charges’ indulgence is reminiscent of class-based temperance movements of the early twentieth century. As Kate Transchel has written

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Instead of a Novel

Sophia Yablonska's Travelogues in the History of Modern Ukrainian Literature

Olena Haleta

Maria G. Rewkowicz claims that “autobiography as a literary genre was quite widespread among feminist writers in the 1970s and 1980s.” 56 Giving examples such as Kate Millett's Flying (1974) and Sita (1977), Anja Meulenbelt's The Shame Is Over

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Stéphanie Ponsavady

and ‘Dead’ Cars in a Remote Aboriginal Community,” Kate Senior, Richard Chenhall, and Daphne Daniels write a history of automobility through ethnographic observations of a car junkyard in Australia's Northern Territory. They remind us that, though now

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Print Culture, Mobility, and The Pacific, 1920–1950

Victoria Kuttainen and Susann Liebich

geographies and concerns, and strived to participate in a global culture of modernity. Kate Macdonald and Christoph Singer have recently identified elements of the middlebrow as a cultural category already emerging at the turn of the twentieth century. Yet

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Eloise Grey

perspective, these events and approaches are a little puzzling. The epistolary silence from the family in Scotland on the subject of natural children suggests shame and disapproval, what Jane Lydon refers to as “imperial blind spots.” 157 Kate Gibson argues

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Manufacturing Labor Discipline

Apprenticeship, Asymmetrical Knowledge, and Large-Scale Production in Britain and France, 1750–1820

Leonard N. Rosenband

1790, 62 remained three years later. 48 In her engaging study of the ceramics industry in Georgian Britain, Kate Smith turns to family ties, bonds forged through labor and its custom, shared religious and recreational practices, and regional loyalties

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Sara Selwood

). In the late 1980s, their relationship was illustrated by a model of concentric circles, with the creative arts at its core and economic goods and services grouped around them (Gorham and Partners1987). Thirty years later, Kate Oakley and Justin O