The French Australian Review – No 73 Australian Summer 2022-2023

ISSN 2981-894X (Online), ISSN 2203-5362 (Print) Purchase the whole issue in PDF format AUD $11 inc GST where applicable You can purchase single peer-reviewed articles below     JANE GILMOUR & ELAINE LEWIS, Foreword Vale Colin Nettelbeck Colin Nettelbeck was a co-founder of ISFAR and its journal Explorations (now The French Australian Review). He served […]

The French Australian Review – No 72 Australian Winter 2022

ISSN 2981-894X (Online), ISSN 2203-5362 (Print) Foreword   KERRY MULLAN, Preface   IVAN BARKO, Tribute to Colin Nettelbeck   ALEXIS BERGANTZ AND ELIZABETH RECHNIEWSKI, ISFAR@35: Australia and France in a Regional Global Context: Past Engagements and Future Research Directions The authors review the work of ISFAR, The French Australian Review and The ISFAR Research Committee […]

The French Australian Review – No 69 Australian Summer 2020-2021

JANE GILMOUR, ELAINE LEWIS, Foreword CAROLINE WINTER, Com-Memoration of the Great War: Tourists and remembrance on the Western Front Social memory changes in response to the characteristics and needs of each generation, thus it can often present a somewhat more favourable perspective on past events, compared with historical reality. In the lead up to the […]

The French Australian Review – No 68 Australian Winter 2020

ELAINE LEWIS, JANE GILMOUR, Foreword IRENE ROGERS, ‘A Gift for France’: the Australian Bluebird nurses of the Great War WINNER OF THE 2020 IVAN BARKO AWARD In July 1916, a group of twenty one Australian trained nurses known as the Bluebirds left Australia for the Western Front. They were under contract with The New South Wales […]

Explorations – No 34 Jun 2003

(issued February 2004) IVAN BARKO, Foreword MARIE AND JOHN RAMSLAND, Visitors with “an unusual charm”: French Celebrities at the Australia Hotel, 1891–1932 The authors, both of the University of Newcastle, explore the French associations of the now-defunct Hotel Australia in Castlereagh Street in Sydney, focusing on its foundation late in the nineteenth century and its […]