Monthly Archives: January 2018

Books read January 2018

BOOKS READ JANUARY 2018 David Grann, Killers of the Flower Moon: Oil, Money, Murder and the Birth of the FBI,  London, Simon & Schuster, 2017 The “Flower Moon” people are in reality the Native American tribe of the Osage who, … Continue reading

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Hermeneutical hi-jinks with Peter Harrison

Hermeneutical hi-jinks with Peter Harrison. Australian laureate and Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Queensland has written a stunning book about the impact of the Christian Reformation on the development of Natural … Continue reading

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Books Read December 2017

Books read December 2017 Don Watson (Ed.): A Single Tree: Voices from the Bush, Clayton, AU, Hamish Hamilton, 2016 Produced as a companion  “reader” for Watson’s history of the outback of Australia simply entitled The Bush,  this book is a … Continue reading

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