Connecting the Nation

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  • Author : Paul Ashton
  • Publisher : UTS ePRESS
  • Pages : 140 pages
  • ISBN : 0994503954
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Connecting the Nation

Connecting the Nation
  • Author : Paul Ashton,Tracy Ireland,Jaya Keaney,Alison Wain,Mitchell Whitelaw
  • Publisher : UTS ePRESS
  • Release : 01 January 2017
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Aviation has played an important part in shaping Australia’s culture and history through the course of the twentieth century. Australia embraced aviation from its earliest days, eagerly responding to its potential to cover a challenging country, to bring far-flung communities closer and to provide services that could not be delivered any other way. Add the romance of pioneer heroes, the vital role of aviation in wartime and the capacity to deliver aid to people in need in Australia and

Mourning the Nation

Mourning the Nation
  • Author : Bhaskar Sarkar
  • Publisher : Duke University Press
  • Release : 29 April 2009
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What remains of the “national” when the nation unravels at the birth of the independent state? The political truncation of India at the end of British colonial rule in 1947 led to a social cataclysm in which roughly one million people died and ten to twelve million were displaced. Combining film studies, trauma theory, and South Asian cultural history, Bhaskar Sarkar follows the shifting traces of this event in Indian cinema over the next six decades. He argues that Partition remains