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Australia and the world : a festschrift for Neville Meaney / edited by Joan Beaumont and Matthew Jordan.

Australia and the world : a festschrift for Neville Meaney / edited by Joan Beaumont and Matthew Jordan.
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ISBN 9781743320006 (paperback)
9781743320150 (hardback)
Title Australia and the world : a festschrift for Neville Meaney / edited by Joan Beaumont and Matthew Jordan.
Publisher &/or associated date/s University Of Sydney, N.S.W. : Sydney University Press, 2013.
©2013.
Description vii, 342 pages ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents [PART I:] Australia and the world: Neville Meaney and the making of foreign relations history in Australia -- 1. Not the Cinderella it once seemed: The historiography of Australian foreign policy / Joan Beaumont -- 2. Australia and Japan in focus: From image to comparative history / Hugh Clarke -- 3. Pondering Australia's world: Neville Meaney on the role of culture, ideology and geopolitics in American and Australian foreign policy history / Matthew Jordan -- [PART II:] Race, Nationalism and white Australia -- 4. The Chinese immigration crisis of 1888 and the coming of white Australia / Matthew Jordan -- 5. "He no doubt felt insulted": The white Australia policy and Australia's relations with India, 1944-1964 / Eric Meadows -- [PART III:] Sentiment and self-interest in Australian public and intellectual life -- 6. A military mission for greater Britain: Edward Hutton's "A co-operative system for defence of the Empire" / Richard Lehane --
7. Robert Randolph Garran and the creation of the Australian Commonwealth / Colin Milner -- 8. A.C.V. Melbourne in Australian international thought: Nationalism and appeasement between the World Wars / James Cotton -- [PART IV:] The British world compared -- 9. The political cultures of Australia and Britain: How alike were they? / Ross McKibbin -- 10. The "new nationalism" in Australia, Canada and New Zealand: Civic culture in the wake of the British world / Stuart Ward -- [PART V:] Dependent ally?: Australian-American relations -- 11. Cold War "love feast": The first US presidential visit to Australia, October 1966 / James Curran -- 12. Too much memory: Writing the history of Australian-American relations during the Howard years / David McLean -- [PART VI:] The making and unmaking of American nationalism -- 13. Becoming Wilsonian: Woodrow Wilson's conversion to the Americn national myth / David T. Rowlands -- Recovering the roots of Reinhold Niebuhr's critique of American nationalism / Michael G. Thompson -- 15. An ideological odyssey: Nixon, China and the decline of American nationalism / Tom Switzer -- Select list of publication by Neville Meaney.
Summary Australia and the World celebrates the pioneering role of Neville Meaney in the formation and development of foreign relations history in Australia and his profound influence on its study, teaching and application. The contributors to the volume, historians, practitioners of foreign relations and political commentators, many of whom were taught by Meaney at the University of Sydney over the years, focus especially on the interaction between geopolitics, culture and ideology in shaping Australian and American approaches to the world.
Subjects Meaney, N. K. (Neville Kingsley)
International relations
Festschriften -- Australia
Historians -- Australia
Historiography -- Australia
International relations -- Australia
Australia -- Foreign relations
Other Authors &/or Associated Persons Beaumont, Joan (editor)
Jordan, Matthew (editor)
Call number 2022.013
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