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The French-Australian cultural connection

The French-Australian cultural connection

Papers from a symposium held at the University of New South Wales, 16-17 September 1983

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Published by CEEFA .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages284
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Open LibraryOL8302950M
ISBN 100858233495
ISBN 109780858233492

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Get this from a library. The French-Australian cultural connection: papers from a symposium held at the University of New South Wales, September [Anne-Marie Nisbet; Maurice Blackman; University of New South Wales.

School of French.; Centre d'études et d'échanges francophones en Australie.;]. The French-Australian Cultural Connection: Papers from a Symposium Held at the University of New South Wales, SeptemberKensington: School of French, University of New South Wales/The CEEFA,pp.

Ina volume of papers entitled The French-Australian cultural connection (Nisbet & Blackman ) was published following a conference that took place at the University of New South Wales in The book presented a wide multidisciplinary account of the French influence in Australia.

Articles ranged from the statistical reportFile Size: KB. French Australians (French: Franco-Australiens), some of whom refer to themselves as Huguenots, are Australian citizens or residents of French ancestry, or French-born people who reside in ing to the Census, there werepeople of French descent in Australia French-born people residing in the country at the time of the census, New South The French-Australian cultural connection book 8, 40 Mary Eagle, ‘Australian Painters in France s to s’, in Anne-Marie Nisbet and Maurice Blackman, eds, The French-Australian Cultural Connection, Sydney: University of New South Wales,pp.

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ISFAR was founded in It is a non-political, non-profit-making cultural and educational institution which aims at serving as a resource centre and data bank in. For an overview, A. Nisbet and Maurice Blackman (eds), The French-Australian Cultural Connection (Sydney, ).

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The speaker pays tribute to the ‘French-Australian Cultural Connection’ and the many examples of reciprocity Delamotte found when he lived in Australia during the mid-seventies and reflects upon the work of French/Australian grazier and writer, Paul Wenz.

National history and migrant history after the transnational turn: I start by making a case for the importance of the French-Australian connection for the study of Australian cultural history by replacing it within a broader historical and spatial context.

In thinking about this interconnectedness, I then explore further why the history of Author: Alexis Bergantz. for the Study of French-Australian Relations (ISFAR), founded in Its peer-reviewed articles (a double blind peer refereeing process), and other texts, address French-Australian relations—historical and contemporary—across social, political, scientific and cultural subjects.

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