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University of Queensland Press

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  • Homeby Larissa Behrendt

    University of Queensland Press 2009; US$ 12.99

    Candice is a young woman setting out on her first visit to the traditional land of her Aboriginal grandmother. more...

  • Your Guide to E-Healthby Professor Peter Yellowlees

    University of Queensland Press 2001; US$ 10.00

    Your Guide to E-Health explains how to use the internet to improve your health and helps people find the right information and practitioner for their needs. This book aims to give people more control over their own health decisions, and easier access to good quality health care. more...

  • The Samoan Tangleby Paul Kennedy

    University of Queensland Press 1974; US$ 15.00

    When Hugh Laracy reviewed this book in The Journal of Pacific History in 1978 he rightly described it as the ?product of monumental research?. Exploring the diplomatic negotiations that led to the division of the Samoan Islands between Germany, Great Britain and the USA in 1899, it is a significant study of international relations between the three... more...

  • Broken Dreamsby Bill Dodd

    University of Queensland Press 1992; US$ 12.99

    When eighteen-year-old Bill Dodd dived into the Maranoa River his life changed in an instant. more...

  • When Darkness Fallsby John Bodey

    University of Queensland Press 2000; US$ 12.99

    Powerful tales of an era before recorded time and the nomadic tribes of the Kimberley region who inhabited it. more...

  • Swallow the Airby Tara June Winch

    University of Queensland Press 2006; US$ 12.99

    Swallow the Air is the story of living in a torn world and finding the thread to help sew it back together. more...

  • The Boundaryby Nicole Watson

    University of Queensland Press 2011; US$ 12.99

    The Boundary is new Australian crime that will keep you guessing. more...

  • Race and Politics in Fijiby Robert Norton

    University of Queensland Press 1977; US$ 15.00

    Robert Norton’s Race and Politics in Fiji, first published in 1977, drew upon the author’s fieldwork in Fiji to develop the first serious and sustained study of politics in Fiji. An exercise in political anthropology, it was republished by UQP in 1990, but the essential argument remained much the same: the author sought to understand how... more...

  • Holocaust Islandby Graeme Dixon

    University of Queensland Press 1900; US$ 12.99

    Graeme Dixon's ballads speak out on comtemporary and controversial issues, from Black deaths in custody to the struggles of single mothers. more...

  • Warrigal's Wayby Warrigal Anderson

    University of Queensland Press 1996; US$ 12.99

    Warrigal has every reason to believe that the suits from the Department are coming to take him away. With five pounds from his mother and hasty instructions, he hops on what he thinks is a train to Swan Hill. Instead he finds himself on a life-long journey. more...