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Connected worlds : history in trans-national perspective /

co-edited by Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake.

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Names: Curthoys, Ann. | Lake, Marilyn.
Published: Canberra : ANU E Press, ©2005.
Topics: Historiography - Congresses. | World history - Congresses. | HISTORY - Essays.
Regions: Australia - Historiography - Congresses. | Australia.
Genres: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Conference papers and proceedings.
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Introduction / Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake -- Different Modes of Transnational History. Putting the nation in its place?: world history and C.A. Bayly's The Birth of the Modern World / Tony Ballantyne -- Paths not yet taken, voices not yet heard: rethinking Atlantic history / Michael A. McDonnell -- Postcolonial histories and Catherine Hall's Civilising Subjects / Angela Woollacott -- Migration and Other Voyages. Steal a handkerchief, see the world: the trans-oceanic voyaging of Thomas Limpus / Emma Christopher -- Revolution and respectability: Chinese Masons in Australian history / John Fitzgerald -- 'Innocents abroad' and 'prohibited immigrants': Australians in India and Indians in Australia 1890-1910 / Margaret Allen -- Postwar British emigrants and the 'transnational moment': exemplars of a 'mobility of modernity'? / A. James Hammerton -- Modernity, Film and Romance. 'Films as foreign offices': transnationalism at Paramount in the twenties and early thirties / Desley Deacon -- Modern nomads and national film history: the multi-continental career of J.D. Williams / Jill Julius Matthews -- The Americanisation of romantic love in Australia: Hsu-Ming Teo -- Transnational Racial Politics. Transcultural/transnational interaction and influences on Aboriginal Australia / John Maynard -- From Mississippi to Melbourne via Natal: the invention of the literacy test as a technology of racial exclusion / Marilyn Lake Postcolonial Transnationalism. Islam, Europe and Indian nationalism: towards a postcolonial transnationalism / Patrick Wolfe.

Table of Contents for: Connected worlds : history in trans-nati