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Kay Saunders

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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Kay Saunders is an associate professor and reader in history at University of Queensland. She has published widely in the fields of race relations, gender studies, war and society studies and the federation of Australia. She was a Director of the National Australia Day Council, and a Council Member of the Australian War Memorial and the National Maritime Museum of Australia. Kay Saunders was awarded the Order of Australia in 1999 for her service to Australian history. She co-wrote Race Relations in Colonial Queensland: A History of Exclusion, Exploitation and Extermination. Her other publications include Workers in Bondage, The Origins and Bases of Unfree Labour in Queensland 1824-1916 (UQP 1982), Indentured Labour in the British Empire 1834-1920, and War on the Homefront (UQP 1993). Her most recent UQP publications are Paul Hasluck in Australian History (1999), co-edited with Tom Stannage and Richard Nile, and Alien Justice: Wartime Interment in Australia and North America (2000), co-authored with Roger Daniels.
Paul Hasluck In Australian History
Paul Hasluck In Au...
Tom Stannage
Richard Nile
Kay Saunders

Paul Hasluck had many lives: poet, journalist, academic, historian, diplomat, politician and governor general of Australia. As minister for territories for twelve years to the mid 1960s, he presided ...

Alien Justice:Wartime Internment In Australia And North America
Alien Justice:Wart...
Kay Saunders
Roger Daniels

"Ethnic Cleansing" and other racial persecution of ordinary citizens in Kosovo and East Timor has brought international condemnation. In Australia this century - as in Canada and the US and many othe ...

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Workers in Bondage
Workers in Bondage
Kay Saunders

Workers in Bondage is primarily concerned with Queensland’s Pacific Islander labour force, but it begins with the origins of servitude in Queensland during the convict era before separation from New S ...