AQ: Australian Quarterly - - CONTENTS -

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.the­­olib­er­al­ism-the-idea-that-changed-the-world

3 https://www.aus­traliare­

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 https://www.the­­sue/2017/july/1498831200/ me­gan-davis/walk-two-worlds

9 https://www.1voiceu­

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,­states­­i­tics/fem­i­nism/2015/12/utopia-now-why-there-s-never-been-moreur­gent-time-dream-bet­ter-world

16 https://ge­­hen-an­them-lyrics

17 https://www.mon­­bie-doc­trine/

18 Can We Yet Be Heard? Me­gan Davis­li­gion/the-uluru-state­ment-from-heart-one-year-on-can-a-first­na­tions-v/10094678

19 https://www.the­­tralia-news/2017/oct/30/ 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://elec­tion­speeches.moad­­lam


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

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