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June 2013

Australia and the world: a festschrift for Neville Meaney=

By Monica Purcell

The history of Australia’s foreign policy has often been neglected in political study and debate. Many have thought of Australia as a passive recipient to orders from London and Washington throughout our short history. Associate Professor Neville Meaney of Sydney University has spent a career deconstructing that myth and this year the Sydney University Press has published a festschrift titled Australia and the World in his honour.


Patrons and devotion: the University of Sydney's Hours of Anne la Routye=

By Katharine Leonarder

I did my honours year in Medieval Studies. This is where most people stop me and ask if I joust, dress up in crushed velvet or go to Renaissance fairs. Aside from the obvious problems with these questions – one can’t really joust alone, and especially not when they live in an inner-city terrace house – there is also a deeper concern: that most people know very little about that dark period of history called the Middle Ages. So for the next few paragraphs let me tempt you to find out more about the Middle Ages by reading Peter Rolfe Monk’s book Patrons and devotion: the University of Sydney’s Hours of Anne la Routye.