Australian legal history essay

Volume 2 for 2017 of  law&history has been published. This is our first special issue – on Gender, Intimacy and Colonial Violence. It features some fantastic historians – Lyndall Ryan, Penelope Edmonds, Angela Wanhalla, Anna Johnston, Amanda Nettelbeck and Victoria Haskins, as well as the usual book reviews. There is also a wonderful piece by Julie Evans, remembering and celebrating the life and work of Tracey Banivanua Mar. The contents page is under the ‘Journal’ tab. It will be available via Heinonline and Informit as usual.

Australia's landmass of 7,617,930 square kilometres (2,941,300 sq mi) [87] is on the Indo-Australian Plate . Surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans, [N 6] it is separated from Asia by the Arafura and Timor seas, with the Coral Sea lying off the Queensland coast, and the Tasman Sea lying between Australia and New Zealand. The world's smallest continent [89] and sixth largest country by total area , [90] Australia—owing to its size and isolation—is often dubbed the "island continent", [91] and is sometimes considered the world's largest island . [92] Australia has 34,218 kilometres (21,262 mi) of coastline (excluding all offshore islands), [93] and claims an extensive Exclusive Economic Zone of 8,148,250 square kilometres (3,146,060 sq mi). This exclusive economic zone does not include the Australian Antarctic Territory. [94] Apart from Macquarie Island , Australia lies between latitudes 9° and 44°S , and longitudes 112° and 154°E .

Australian legal history essay

australian legal history essay


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