The 2012 volume of the Melbourne Historical Journal includes:

Moya McFadzean: Exhibiting Controversy at Melbourne’s Immigration Museum

Grant Phillipson: 2001, A Waitangi Tribunal Odyssey: the Tribunal’s response to the ‘presentism’ critique

Azhari Aiyub: History in the Aftermath of Dictatorship: an interview with Azhari Aiyub

Shane Carmody: On finding Oneself in a Library, Greg Dening Lecture, 24 November 2011

Anthony Ostor: Reflections from a Former Editor

Scott Ray: History on the Margins

Kartia Snoek: Empire, Race, Naturalisation: the Naturalisation Act 1903 (Cth)

André D.E. Brett: The Great Kiwi (Dis)Connect: the New Provinces Act of 1858 and its consequences

Jon Piccini: Bacchanalian Carnival or Political Event? Remember the Sixties in Australia

Christin Quirk: Never-married Women Versus the Records: Archives, Testimony and the History of Adoption Practices

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