Australian Scholarly Editions Centre Projects (ASEC)


The State Library of Victoria and RMIT Swanston Street, Melbourne 21-22 NOVEMBER 1997

We welcome you to the third History of the Book in Australia (HOBA) conference

Hugh Anderson, Melbourne Art Magazines in Australia
Diane Brown, Melbourne Australian-New Zealand Connections
David Carter, Brisbane Autobiographical Notes: Writers, Publishers, Booksellers
R. L. Cope, Sydney Beginnings of Modern Children's Publishing
Robert Darby, Canberra The Brief Life of Dolphin Publications
Ingrid Day, Adelaide Children's Bookshops in Melbourne
Michael Denholm, Sydney Feminist Publishing in Australia
Bridget Giffin-Foley, Sydney Fremantle Arts Centre Press and Publishing in the West
Ross Harvey, Perth George Ferguson and Angus & Robertson
Neil James, Sydney How and Why We Read
Kerry Kilner, Melbourne Hyland House
Chris Lee, Toowoomba Law Publishing in Australia
Kath McLean, Hobart Leftist Publications in Melbourne
Elizabeth McMahon, Hobart Majorie Barnard's Struggle to Publish Pacifist Arguments
Bryce Moore, Fremantle Oxford's 'Australian Writers' Series
Marcie Muir, Adelaide A Politics of the Book in Contemporary Australia
Victoria Reynolds, Churchill, Vic. Public Policy and Institutional Factors in the Study of the Book
Kingsley Siebel, Sydney The Publication of Drama
Ross Somerville, Wellington, NZ Readers and Writers Converge
Richard Stone, Canberra Reception of the Book in Contemporary Australia
June Torcasio, Melbourne Scientific Journal Publishing
Basil Walby, Melbourne Sights and Sounds of the Book
Andrew Wilkins, Melbourne The Work of a Pulp Fiction Writer
Barry York, Melbourne  

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