By Anna Clark,Anne Rees,Alecia Simmonds
Using Australian historical past as a case research, this assortment explores the methods nationwide identities nonetheless resonate in old scholarship and reexamines key moments in Australian heritage via a transnational lens, elevating vital questions on the original context of Australia’s nationwide narrative. The e-book examines the stress among nationwide and transnational views, trying to internationalize the customarily parochial nation-based narratives that signify nationwide history.
Moving from the neighborhood and private to the worldwide, encompassing comparative and foreign study and drawing at the reviews of researchers operating throughout countries and groups, this assortment brings jointly diverging nationwide and transnational techniques and asks a number of severe study questions: what's transnational background? How do new transnational readings of the prior problem traditional nationwide narratives and methods? What are implications of transnational and foreign techniques on Australian heritage? What probabilities do they convey to the self-discipline? What are their obstacles? and eventually, how will we comprehend the state during this transnational moment?
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