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Tracing the lives of early Chinese families in colonial Australia
Coordinator of the Diploma of Family History at the University of Tasmania, Kate Bagnall, turns her attention closer to home.
Understanding colonial maps
Early Tasmanian land charts contain some fascinating details, if you know where to look.
New research finds widespread violence against Australian mosques
We cannot understand the Christchurch massacre without comprehending the Australian context, writes Professor Nicole L. Asquith.