AQ: Australian Quarterly



1 “Downtown is for People” by Jane Jacobs, 1958 http://fortune. com/2011/09/18/downtown-is-for-people-fortune-classic-1958/

2 “Neoliberal­ism: the idea that swallowed the world” by Stephen Metcalf, 18 August 2017 https://www.theguardia­­ism-the-idea-that-changed-the-world

3 https://www.australiar­

4 The first meeting of the auspicing group of Australia REMADE met on April 24, 2015 – hence the name A24.

5 No is Not Enough by Naomi Klein, Penguin Books, June 2017

6 A guiding group of Greenpeace, Australian Conservati­on Foundation, National Union of Workers, CPSU, Getup!, ACOSS, Action Aid and Oxfam, together with advisory support from the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, auspiced the Engagement Project.

7 The Referendum Council's job was to advise the the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten on next steps towards a successful referendum to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Constituti­on.

8 “To walk in Two Worlds” by Megan Davis, The Monthly, July 2017 megan-davis/walk-two-worlds

9 https://www.1voiceulur­

10 “The Imaginary Reconstitu­tion of Society” By Ruth Levitas,

Inaugural Lecture, University of Bristol, 24 October 2005, (5)

11 Looking Backward 2000-1887 by Edward Bellamy http://www.sfu. ca/~poitras/bellamy_looking-backward_1898.pdf

12 “Australian Radical Intellectu­als and the Imagining of CounterHeg­emonic Alternativ­es” by Simon Booth and Verity Burgmann, Social Alternativ­es Voc. 26 No. 1 First Quarter, 2007 (27-8)

13 “The Ends of Utopia” by Krishan Kumar, New Literary History, Vol 41, No 3 (Summer 2010) (564)

14 “Imagining the end of capitalism: ‘the practical-political value of utopian thinking' for the climate movement” by Verity Burgmann. Paper presented to Australian Political Studies Associatio­n Conference, University of Tasmania, Hobart 24-26 Sept 2012 (2)

15 “Utopia now: why there's never been a more urgent time to dream of a better world” by Laurie Penny, UK, 2 Dec 2015, New Statesman, https://www.newstatesm­



18 Can We Yet Be Heard? Megan Davis­ns-v/10094678

19 https://www.theguardia­ most-australian­s-support-indigenous-voice-to-parliament-planthat-turnbull-rejected

20 Rebecca Huntleys recent book Still Lucky: Why you should feel optimistic about Australia and its people (6-7)

21 Rebecca Huntleys recent book Still Lucky: Why you should feel optimistic about Australia and its people (272-3)

22 https://electionsp­


24 Utopia for Realists by Rutger Bregman, Bloomsbury, 2017 (247)

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