Editions: 2013

December 2013 Volume LVII, No. 12

The Decline Of The Suburban Church

Christopher Akehurst
Jesus: A Classical Perspective
Philip Ayres
Indigenous Recognition’s Misguided Case
Frank Salter
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Rise and Fall
Daryl McCann
The Marriage Wars
Geoffrey Luck
Homo Erectus; Through a Glass
Olivia Byard

November 2013 Volume LVIII, No. 11

Daddy Killed a Rattler

Gabriel J. Kruis
Norman Lindsay: Eros and Obscenity
Joe Dolce
What JFK’s Assassination Did to America
Daryl McCann
Brisbane Life and Tokyo Justice
Donat Gallagher
Australia’s Maritime Identity
Michael Evans
A Plan for a Better Health System
Aniello Iannuzzi

October 2013 Volume LVII, No. 10

Hal Colebatch: Inside an Outsider

Tony Thomas
A Contender for Australia’s Worst Law
Alan Oxley
The unions’ war on Australia
Hal G.P. Colebatch
Looking Squarely at “Gay Marriage”
Peter Ryan
Three poems
Suzanne Edgar
I Can Call Spirits
John Whitworth

September 2013 Volume LVII, No. 9

The Death of Mao’s China

Ted Rule
The Big C Word
Joe Dolce
Lost haiku of Osama bin Laden
Joe Dolce
The sources of Vice-Regal advice
What If Sir John Kerr Had Been a Layman?
Hal G.P. Colebatch
Bed Bug Dreaming
Joe Dolce

July-August 2013 Volume LVII, No. 7-8

The Atlantic Dreaming of Italo Balbo

Geoffrey Luck
Five Flowers
Andrew Lansdown
The Child is Father of the Man
Andy Kissane
The Malevolent Elite
Cecil Cook and the Remote Aborigines
Barry Leithhead
Work Early
Tim Murphy

June 2013 Volume LVII, No. 6

Vale Leonie Kramer, 1924-2016

Gregory Haines
Kenneth Clark and the Exodus of the Modernists
Christopher Heathcote
Happy Make-Believe
Liz McQuilkin
The Blind Spot in Feminist Political Theory
Stephen Buckle
Recently in a Restaurant
Liz McQuilkin

May 2013 Volume LVII, No. 5

The Economic Case for Reinstating QCs

Stuart Wood
Leon Trainor
Rothwell on the New Pitjantjatjara Paintings
Patrick McCauley
Provocative Paradoxes
Gary Furnell
Jesmond Park
Leon Trainor

April 2013 Volume LVII, No. 4

Christine Keeler

Rod Moran
Portents of War Between China and Japan
Paul Monk
The Subtle Besmirching of Leo Amery
Hal G.P. Colebatch
Derrida and the Destruction of the Humanities
Mervyn F. Bendle
While Millions Starved
Ted Rule

March 2013 Volume LVII, No. 3

The Downfall of Whitlam (Part I)

J.B. Paul
Two poems — Andrew Lansdown
Andrew Lansdown
“Pride and Prejudice” at 200
Mark McGinness
Heather Rope
Judy Johnson
Pen, Pencil or Keyboard
Joe Dolce

January - February 2013 Volume LVII, No. 1-2

Once Upon a Stage

Michael Connor
Vanessa Proctor
Three Poems
Andrew Lansdown
Nazi Counterpoint: Bach and Mendelssohn
James Aitchison
Three Poems
Elizabeth Smither