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2001The African Renaissance: Reinventing African IdentityAhluwalia, Davinder Pal Singh
2004Against the current - stemming the tide: the nostalgic ideology of the contemporary radical populist rightBetz, H.; Johnson, C.
2004An agenda for environmental security in the Indian Ocean regionDoyle, T.
2002Agrarian Food Patterns : response to "Food Patterns in Agrarian Societies: the 'Core-Fringe-Legume Hypothesis'"Santich, B.
2002Airport LuggageSpeck, C.
2005Alan Cruickshank: Blurred BoundariesNorth, I.
2004Aland, John Fortescue, first Baron Fortescue of Credan (1670–1746), judgeLemmings, D.
1998Albion Ascendant: English History 1660-1815Prest, W.
1999Albion Descendant? British History in Austral(as)ia and the History of Austral(as)iansPrest, W.
2003Alcohol and the clergy in traditional EuropeMartin, A.
2001Alcohol, Sex, and Gender in Late Medieval and early Modern EuropeMartin, A.
2009Alcohol, violence, and disorder in traditional EuropeMartin, A.
2012Ambiguous gender in early modern Spain and Portugal: inquisitors, doctors and the transgression of gender normsSoyer, F.
2010Ambivalent globalization, amorphous vulnerable nationalism Considering debates about nation and national positioning within the global from the point of view of young AustraliansBeasley, C.; Bulbeck, M.; McCarthy, G.
1998America and Americans in AustraliaMosler, David F.; Catley, Bob
2007The American challenge: The world resists US liberalismCatley, R.; Mosler, D.
2013The American Idea of England, 1776-1840: Transatlantic WritingClark, J.
2012Amitav Acharya, Whose Ideas Matter? Agency and Power in Asian Regionalism. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2010, pp. 189, ISBN 978 9 8142 7915 4Chacko, P.
2009Analysing policy : what’s the problem represented to be?Bacchi, C.
2006Analysing the politics of same-sex issues in a comparative perspective: The strange similarities between John Howard and Mahathir MohamadJohnson, C.