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Melbourne University Publishing

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  • Dangerous to Know Updated Editionby James Morton; Susanna Lobez

    Melbourne University Publishing 2016; Not Available

    Dangerous to Know documents murders known and not so well known, conmen and their victims, street gangs of the early twentieth century, crime lords of the 1920s, dock wars of the 1970s, bikers, sex offenders, and the drug gangs of today as well as the wrongly accused and wrongly convicted. They're all here, as well as some of the police, lawyers and... more...

  • Settling the Officeby Paul Strangio; Paul 't Hart; James Walter

    Melbourne University Publishing 2016; Not Available

    The prime ministership is indisputably the most closely observed and keenly contested office in Australia. How did it grow to become the pivot of national political power? Settling the Office chronicles the development of the prime ministership from its rudimentary early days following Federation through to the powerful, institutionalised prime-ministerial... more...

  • The Australian Greensby Stewart Jackson

    Melbourne University Publishing 2016; Not Available

    The Australian Greens played a pivotal role after the 2010 federal election. It ensured the Gillard minority government went full term and won its first House of Representatives seat. But what do we really know about the Greens in Australia? Is the party really just an extension of the environment movement or a professional party, capable of influencing... more...

  • Backyard Insects Updated Editionby Paul Horne; Denis Crawford

    Melbourne University Publishing 2016; Not Available

    Love them or loathe them, we can't avoid insects. From aphids to flies, ladybirds to wasps, insects of all shapes and sizes share our homes and gardens. Now in updated edition, the bestselling Backyard Insects explores the secrets and habits of more than one hundred little critters that are common to backyard Australia. Crawling with full-colour,... more...

  • Imam Samudra's Revengeby Angus McIntyre

    Melbourne University Publishing 2016; Not Available

    On the evening of 12 October 2002 two suicide bombers detonated bombs inside Paddy's Pub and in front of the Sari Club in Kuta, one of Bali's main tourist districts. Two hundred and two people were killed including eighty-eight Australians and thirty-eight Indonesians. The 'field coordinator' of this terrorist operation was the Bantenese Abdul... more...

  • Private Lives, Public Historyby Anna Clark

    Melbourne University Publishing 2016; Not Available

    The past is consumed on a grand scale: popularised by television programs, enjoyed by reading groups, walking groups, historical societies and heritage tours, and supported by unprecedented digital access to archival records. Yet our history has also become the subject of heated political contest and debate. In Private Lives, Public History, historian... more...

  • Serious Whitefella Stuffby Mark Moran

    Melbourne University Publishing 2016; Not Available

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  • 8 Steps To Happinessby Alison Leigh; Anthony M. Grant

    Melbourne University Publishing 2011; US$ 6.65

    Based on the hit ABC TV series Making Australia Happy , this practical, everyday handbook shows you how to become a happier person in just eight weeks. The simple exercises and activities in 8 Steps to Happiness are profoundly effective and scientifically proven, and can lead to measurable physiological changes, from improved immune function to... more...

  • Advanced Australiaby Mark Butler

    Melbourne University Publishing 2015; Not Available

    Advanced Australia explores the politics of ageing in Australia. The addition of 25 years to average life expectancy in Australia over the past century is a monumental achievement, but many commentators are greeting the prospect of Australians living longer with horror. The ageing of Australia's baby boomers will sharpen this debate, both because... more...

  • Affairs of the Artby Katrina Strickland

    Melbourne University Publishing 2013; US$ 13.33

    The reputations of artists are curious things, influenced by factors beyond the quality of the work. Affairs of the Art explores the role those left behind play in burnishing an artist's reputation after he or she dies. Through interviews with those handling the estates of artists including Fred Williams, Brett Whiteley, John Brack, Howard Arkley,... more...