Memory, Monuments and Museums: The Past in the Present

Australian Academy of the Humanities (2006)
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This collection by Australia's leading writers, scholars and activists discuss the ways in which we record, preserve and sometimes re-create our histories and how the power of memory and the past shapes the present and our identity. The essays are taken from the Australian Academy of the Humanities 2004 Symposium.



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