[New publication] Australian Humanities Review, 63

Australian Humanities Review, 63

  • Essay:

Kathleen Mary Fallon’s Paydirt: White Foster Mothering and the Stolen Generations by Jane Messer and Victoria Brookman

  • Special Section: Uncanny Objects in the Anthropocene, guest editors Hannah Stark, Katrina Schlunke and Penny Edmonds

Introduction: Uncanny Objects in the Anthropocene by Hannah Stark, Katrina Schlunke and Penny Edmonds

Thinking with Sharks: Racial Terror, Species Extinction and the Other Anthropocene Fault Lines by Meg Samuelson

Historicising Ambergris in the Anthropocene by Erin Hortle

The Cultural Politics of Mourning in the Era of Mass Extinction: Thylacine Specimen P762 by Hannah Stark

The Bunyip as Uncanny Rupture: Fabulous Animals, Innocuous Quadrupeds and the Australian Anthropocene by Penny Edmonds

A Biography of Iceberg B09B by Elizabeth Leane and Ben Maddison

The Object of Art in the Anthropocene: Generative Chairs and Hi-Vis Touches by Katrina Schlunke

  • Roundtable 1: Holocaust Education at Australian Universities in the Twenty-First Century: Challenges and Opportunities

Holocaust Education at Australian Universities in the Twenty-First Century: Challenges and Opportunities by Avril Alba, Ruth Balint and Jan Láníček

Sites of Trauma, Landscapes of Genocide by Avril Alba

Between Seeing and Understanding: Teaching Documentary Film and the Holocaust by Ruth Balint

Where to Begin? Framing Continuity Arguments about the Holocaust by Matthew P. Fitzpatrick

Challenges and Advantages of Team-Teaching the Holocaust Face to Face and in the Cloud by Donna-Lee Frieze

Reflecting on Genocide: Teaching Trainee Officers at UNSW, Canberra by Debbie Lackerstein

Teaching the Holocaust to Diverse Student Cohorts by Jan Láníček

Holocaust Education: The Adelaide Experience by Peter Monteath

Holocaust Education at Australian Universities: Reflections on a Roundtable by Andy Pearce

  • Roundtable 2: Cultures of Complaint: Protest and Redress in the Age of #Metoo

Cultures of Complaint: Protest and Redress in the Age of #Metoo by Rosalind Smith

  • Responses

Institutions of Redress and the Management of Desire: A Response to Rosalind Smith by Jean-Thomas Tremblay

Big Reputations: Who Has the Power to Speak #MeToo? by Hannah McCann

The Law, Vulnerability and Disputed Victimisation in Helen Garner’s The First Stone and Laura Kipnis’ Unwanted Advances by Diana Shahinyan

I’m Not Sure: Response to Rosalind Smith by Elizabeth A. Wilson

  • Book Reviews

Review of The Anthropocene Lyric: An Affective Geography of Poetry, by Thomas Bristow by Barbara Holloway

Review of Adventures of a Postmodern Historian: Living and Writing the Past, by Robert Rosenstone by Roger Hillman

Review of What if Culture was Nature all Along?, edited by Vicki Kirby by Stefan Herbrechter

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