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Re-Orienting Whiteness: A New Agenda for the Field / Jane Carey, Leigh Boucher and Katherine Ellinghaus * PART I: HISTORIANS APPROACHING THE STUDY OF WHITENESS * Whiteness and ‘the Imperial Turn’ / Angela Woollacott * The Strange Career of Whiteness: Miscegenation, Assimilation, Abdication / Louise Newman * ‘Whiteness,’ Geopolitical Reconfiguration and the Settler Empire in Nineteenth Century Victorian Politics / Leigh Boucher * PART II: WHITENESS AS A TRANSNATIONAL COLONIAL PRODUCTION * Essay to be announced / Warwick Anderson * ‘The Question of Miscegenation in the Politics of English Speaking Countries in the early Twentieth Century / Henry Reynolds * ‘Being Thankful for their Birth in a Christian land’: Interrogating Intersections between whiteness and child rescue / Shurlee Swain, Margot Hillel and Belinda Sweeney * ‘I followed England round the world’: The Rise of Trans-imperial Anglo-Saxon Exceptionism, and the Spatial Narratives of Nineteenth-century British Settler Colonies of the Pacific Rim / Penny Edmonds * PART III: WHITENESS AS A SETTLER COLONIAL IDENTITY * White is Wonderful: Emotional Conversion and Subjective Formation / Marilyn Lake * The Fabrication of White Homemaking: Louisa Meredith in Colonial Tasmania / Patricia Grimshaw and Ann Standish * Reading the Shadows of Whiteness: A Case of Racial Clarity on Queensland’s Colonial Borderlands, 1880-1900 / Tracey Banivanua-Mar * The Deluded White Woman and the Expatriation of the White Child / Margaret Allen * PART IV: WHITENESS AND THE IMAGINING/MANAGING OF COLONIAL POPULATIONS * ‘Woman’s Objective—A Perfect Race’: Whiteness, Eugenics and the Racial Anxieties of interwar Australia / Jane Carey * ‘Born and Nurtured in Darkest Ignorance': White Imaginings of Aboriginal Maternity / Liz Conor * Re-thinking ‘Squaw Men’ and ‘Pakeha-Maori’: Legislating white masculinity in New Zealand and Canada, 1860-1900 / Angela Wanhalla * Into the White Man’s Kingdom: Whiteness and Indigenous Assimilation Policies in the United States and Australia, 1880s-1960s / Katherine Ellinghaus * Conclusions / Jane Carey, Leigh Boucher and Katherine Ellinghaus

Re-Orienting Whiteness: A New Agenda for the Field / Jane Carey, Leigh Boucher and Katherine Ellinghaus * PART I: HISTORIANS APPROACHING THE STUDY OF WHITENESS * Whiteness and ‘the Imperial Turn’ / Angela Woollacott * The Strange Career of Whiteness: Miscegenation, Assimilation, Abdication / Louise Newman * ‘Whiteness,’ Geopolitical Reconfiguration and the Settler Empire in Nineteenth Century Victorian Politics / Leigh Boucher * PART II: WHITENESS AS A TRANSNATIONAL COLONIAL PRODUCTION * Essay to be announced / Warwick Anderson * ‘The Question of Miscegenation in the Politics of English Speaking Countries in the early Twentieth Century / Henry Reynolds * ‘Being Thankful for their Birth in a Christian land’: Interrogating Intersections between whiteness and child rescue / Shurlee Swain, Margot Hillel and Belinda Sweeney * ‘I followed England round the world’: The Rise of Trans-imperial Anglo-Saxon Exceptionism, and the Spatial Narratives of Nineteenth-century British Settler Colonies of the Pacific Rim / Penny Edmonds * PART III: WHITENESS AS A SETTLER COLONIAL IDENTITY * White is Wonderful: Emotional Conversion and Subjective Formation / Marilyn Lake * The Fabrication of White Homemaking: Louisa Meredith in Colonial Tasmania / Patricia Grimshaw and Ann Standish * Reading the Shadows of Whiteness: A Case of Racial Clarity on Queensland’s Colonial Borderlands, 1880-1900 / Tracey Banivanua-Mar * The Deluded White Woman and the Expatriation of the White Child / Margaret Allen * PART IV: WHITENESS AND THE IMAGINING/MANAGING OF COLONIAL POPULATIONS * ‘Woman’s Objective—A Perfect Race’: Whiteness, Eugenics and the Racial Anxieties of interwar Australia / Jane Carey * ‘Born and Nurtured in Darkest Ignorance': White Imaginings of Aboriginal Maternity / Liz Conor * Re-thinking ‘Squaw Men’ and ‘Pakeha-Maori’: Legislating white masculinity in New Zealand and Canada, 1860-1900 / Angela Wanhalla * Into the White Man’s Kingdom: Whiteness and Indigenous Assimilation Policies in the United States and Australia, 1880s-1960s / Katherine Ellinghaus * Conclusions / Jane Carey, Leigh Boucher and Katherine Ellinghaus




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