Art of modern asia a bibliographyArt of modern asia a bibliography
English is an official language like India or the Philippines have extensive writing on or texts relevant to the understanding of modern art which are nonetheless difficult to access abroad because of small-volume and / or coterie circulation
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Primary and Secondary SourcesPrimary and Secondary Sources
A primary source is information and/or records that provide first-hand evidence that can be used to create a picture of what happened at the time. Primary sources may be unpublished
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An exhibition of material from the Monash University Library, Rare Book CollectionAn exhibition of material from the Monash University Library, Rare Book Collection
Deputy La Trobe Librarian. Shortly afterwards in the lead up to Victoria’ sesqui-centenary, the then State Librarian, the late Warren Horton
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Nicolas Rothwell The Landscape behind the LandscapeNicolas Rothwell The Landscape behind the Landscape
Ngunnawal people and acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution that they make to the life of Canberra and to this region. I also acknowledge and welcome other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who may be with us
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Bill Bryson a short history of nearly everythingBill Bryson a short history of nearly everything
Hans Bethe that he was thinking of keeping a diary: “I don’t intend to publish. I am merely going to record the facts for the information of God.” “Don’t you think God knows the facts?” Bethe asked. “Yes,” said Szilard
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IntroductoryIntroductory
Obviously for deep research vernacular language speaking and reading ability is necessary, but this bibliography may also be useful for initial research by those without linguistic access to the art writings of the cultures concerned
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Research Proposal Coversheet for Candidates in Research Higher DegreesResearch Proposal Coversheet for Candidates in Research Higher Degrees
Please note that all identifying information has been removed from this research proposal and replaced with XXX
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2015 Harold White Lecture: The author is not dead – she is coming to a microphone near you2015 Harold White Lecture: The author is not dead – she is coming to a microphone near you
Harold White Lecture: The author is not dead – she is coming to a microphone near you
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William d. Haggard III tennis collectionWilliam d. Haggard III tennis collection
Real Tennis or Le Jeu de Paume, curated by Roger Mortimer, and he visited the library several times. Last year, his tennis collection came to the University, through the support of some of Mr
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Essay: what is heritage? Susan TonkinEssay: what is heritage? Susan Tonkin
Museums Association of Australia Victorian Branch, the History Trust of South Australia and the National Museum of Australia (nma)
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February 2, 2015 February 6, 2015 senior news & scholarship bulletinFebruary 2, 2015 February 6, 2015 senior news & scholarship bulletin
For scholarships that indicate, “Must Be Nominated”, check with the Counseling Office
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2017 australian legal history essay competition2017 australian legal history essay competition
To promote interest in, and an awareness of, Australian legal history by encouraging students to develop a facility for describing historical events and for recognising their place in broader themes
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2014 australian legal history essay competition2014 australian legal history essay competition
Educators and Students (at several levels) to encounter Australian legal history through development of story-telling skills and exposure to broad themes; concepts underlying the general law; and particular cases of interest
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2017 australian legal history essay competition2017 australian legal history essay competition
To promote interest in, and an awareness of, Australian legal history by encouraging students to develop a facility for describing historical events and for recognising their place in broader themes
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2015 australian legal history essay competition2015 australian legal history essay competition
Educators and Students (at several levels) to encounter Australian legal history through development of story-telling skills and exposure to broad themes; concepts underlying the general law; and particular cases of interest
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