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ANU Press Newsletter: March 2019

Celebrating 15 years in 2019

Dear readers,

We are delighted to welcome you to the first issue of the ANU Press newsletter for 2019. It’s a big year for the Press as we turn 15, and we invite you to read about our new and upcoming titles, along with book launches, statistics and media coverage.

We are excited to announce that the 2019 CASS PhD Publishing prize is now open. The winner will receive $2,500 to put towards copyediting expenses and their book will be published via ANU Press. You can find details on our website.

Our 2019 catalogue is now available. Browse our entire collection or find out more about a particular title by downloading the catalogue on our website.

The first round of the 2019 ANU Publication Subsidy Fund is now open for applications

The Court as Archive

Featured Title

The Court as Archive

Edited by Ann Genovese, Trish Luker and Kim Rubenstein
ISBN 9781760462703 (Print)
$50.00 (GST inclusive)
ISBN 9781760462710 (Online)
Published February 2019

The Court as Archive will be launched by The Hon. Justice Susan Kenny of the Federal Court of Australia on Monday 25 March 2019 at 5:30 at the Federal Court of Australia - 305 William St Melbourne. RSVP online

The Court as Archive edited by Ann Genovese, Trish Luker and Kim Rubenstein, represents the first scholarly investigation in Australia of the role of the federal superior courts of record as significant national archives. Federal superior courts record the claims and disputes of a diverse society. They also create, curate and administer access to an archive of public records of immense social, cultural and national significance.

The contributions to this book seek to clarify the legal and civic responsibilities of superior courts, offering accounts of the archive’s significance, and assisting in the development of set principles for the future development and administration of Australian courts as archives.

Download for free or purchase a hard copy from doi.org/10.22459/CA.2019

Meet the Editor

Editor Malcolm Allbrook introduces ANU Press' new journal ‘Australian Journal of Biography and History’, which includes articles on influential figures Miss Annie Hughston (1859–1943) and Jean Andruana Jimmy (1912–1991).

Book Launches

Congratulations to Michael Braby who launched his book Atlas of Butterflies and Diurnal Months in the Monsoon Tropics of Northern Australia at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory in Darwin on 28 February. The launch was extremely successful with over 40 copies sold and many orders taken for this beautiful book!

Atlas of Butterflies and Diurnal Months in the Monsoon Tropics of Northern Australia Launch

A New Rival State, edited by Alexander Massov, Marina Pollard and Kevin Windle was launched by ANU Centre for European Studies on 20 February with remarks from Richard Rigby, Elena Gover and Frank Bongiorno.

A New Rival State launch

The Lives of Stories: Three Aboriginal–Settler Friendships by Emma Dortins will be launched by Mark McKenna at Glee books in Sydney at 6 pm Thursday 4 April. You can RSVP for the event via Gleebooks.

Recent Releases

Global Debates, Local Dilemmas

Global Debates, Local Dilemmas
Sex-selective Abortion in Contemporary Viet Nam

By Tran Minh Hang
ISBN 9781760462420 (Print)
$48.00 (GST inclusive)
ISBN 9781760462437 (Online)
Published December 2018

 

Drawing in the Land

Drawing in the Land
Rock Art in the Upper Nepean, Sydney Basin, New South Wales

By Julie Dibden
ISBN 9781760462581 (Print)
$55.00 (GST inclusive)
ISBN 9781760462598 (Online)
Published February 2019

China's New Sources of Economic Growth: Vol. 2 (Chinese version)

China's New Sources of Economic Growth: Vol. 2 (Chinese version)

Edited by Ross Garnaut and Lauren Johnson
ISBN 978750124140 (Print)
Published March 2018

Aboriginal History Journal: Volume 42

Aboriginal History Journal: Volume 42

Edited by Ingereth Macfarlane
ISSN 0314-8769 (Print)
$38.00 (GST inclusive)
ISSN 1837-9389 (Online)
Published December 2018

 

A Doctor Across Borders

A Doctor Across Borders
Raphael Cilento and public health from empire to the United Nations

By Alexander Cameron-Smith
ISBN 9781760462642 (Print)
$50.00 (GST inclusive)
ISBN 9781760462659 (Online)
Published February 2019

Human Ecology Review: Volume 24, Number 2

Human Ecology Review: Volume 24, Number 2
Special Issue: Addressing the Great Indoors – A Transdiciplinary Conversation

ISSN 1074-4827 (Print)
$30.00 (GST inclusive)
ISSN 2204-0919 (Online)
Published December 2018

East Asia Forum Quarterly: Volume 11, Number 1, 2019

East Asia Forum Quarterly: Volume 11, Number 1, 2019

ISSN 1837-5081 (Print)
ISSN 1837-509X (Online)
Published March 2019

Upcoming Books and Journals

2019 Statistics so far…

In the Media

The Sydney Morning Herald published an article about author Michael Braby’s Atlas of Butterflies and Diurnal Moths in the Monsoon Tropics of Northern Australia. You can read the article on the SMH website.

Rosalie Gascoigne is a landmark figure in Australian art and we are extremely excited to be publishing her complete catalogue with exclusive extras later this year. An article has been published in the latest issue of ANU Reporter that touches on Rosalie’s incredible history of becoming a celebrated artist, with input from her son Martin on the process of putting this catalogue together.

Academic Presses have been featured heavily in the media this year with changes to the dissemination of scholarly publishing moving towards open-access models like ANU Press’. As James Fox and Colin Steele state ‘Unlike other publishers, where books can go out of print, all ANU Press titles remain available and immediately accessible. For students in the Third World and especially in the Asia-Pacific region, this access is critical. ANU Press has positioned itself within the digital open-access revolution that is today transforming scholarly communication’. Read the full article in The Australian (subscription required)

Staff news

We are thrilled to announce that our intern Helen Pretorius, who is studying a Bachelor of Philosophy majoring in English at ANU, will be working at the Press to assist with administration, orders, proofreading and editorial tasks over the next few months. Welcome to the team Helen!

Did you know? Over half of the books published by ANU Press have contributors from outside of ANU. Learn more about how to submit your manuscript.

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