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Acknowledgments Introduction PART I: HISTORIES AND IDENTITIES 1. Nations and national identity: too much or not enough? 2. Environment and settlement 3. Colonial identities: race, empire and nation 4. Aboriginal history and Australian history 5. Australia days: the meaning of national occasions 6. War, nation and public commemoration: the meanings of ANZAC PART II: CULTURES AND COUNTRY 7. Land, place and possession 8. 'For all Australians': the Red Centre, Aboriginal landscapes and national symbols 9. Performing Australia: television, cinema and sport 10. Australian modernity 11. Americanisation and Australian culture in a global context 12. Contemporary Aboriginal cultures PART III: POLITICS AND INSTITUTIONS 13. Australian in the world: from Empire to Asia? 14. 'A nation of immigrants': Australia's immigration history 15. Multicultural Australia or Australian multiculturalism? 16. Egalitarianism: ideals and outcomes 17. Social orders: gender in Australian society 18. First nations: the struggle for Indigenous rights