Summer Scholar Journal

Title Author Year Download
A Line in the Sandpit: Shifting Attitudes to Women in Teaching and the Queensland Teachers’ Union, 1968-1989 Alexandra Gath 2014
The Cole Royal Commission into the Building and Construction Industry Rebecca Clarke 2014
The Queensland Nurses' Union and the Indigenous Stolen Wages Case Ruby Ludski 2014
Whose Green Bans? The Builders’ Labourers’ Federation, the Trade Union Movement and Green Bans in Queensland in the 1970s India Anderson 2014
'A Pillar of Support from Beginning to End’: Alexander Macdonald, FOCO, and Student-Worker Solidarity Peter Cross 2013
‘No more labour for the knight: An overview of Sir Jack Egerton’s leadership’ Johannah Bevis 2013
‘GoMA: Cultural Change in The Sunshine State?’ Daniel Rautio 2012
‘Private Prisons, Public Fears’ Molly Mahlouzarides 2012
‘Queensland’s Public Sector Management Commission: Goss’s Governmental “Reformation”?’ Helen McMonagle 2012
‘“A fun time for everyone”?: The Shifting Intergovernmental Relations of Expo ‘88’ Kathryn Talbot 2012
‘Bjelke-Petersen: Villain or Martyr?’ Amanda Acutt 2011
‘From Bjelke-Petersen to Beattie: the Evolution of Queensland’s Indigenous Policy’ Micheline Astley-Boden 2011
‘Maintaining a Relationship: The Queensland Coalition’ Kezia Griffin 2011