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John La Nauze interviewed by Neville Meaney for the Neville Meaney collection [[sound recording]
Bib ID 728771
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
La Nauze, J. A. (John Andrew), 1911-1990, interviewee
 
Access Conditions Open access. 
Description 1986 Aug. 26 
1 sound cassette (ca. 37 min.) : 1 7/8 ips. 
Series

Neville Meaney collection.

Summary

Professor John La Nauze, Australian historian, speaks about studying at the University of Western Australia; studying at Balliol College, Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar; the influence upon him of economic theorists; teaching economics at Adelaide University; his approach to teaching; and his shift from economic history to biographical history.

Notes

Part of a collection of interviews with senior Australian historians, conducted in an attempt to define the influences upon creation of history in Australia.

Timed summary and transcript (typescript, 14 leaves) available.

Recorded in Canberra on 26 August 1986.

Digital master available National Library of Australia;

Subjects La Nauze, J. A. (John Andrew), 1911-1990 -- Interviews.  |  Historians -- Australia -- Interviews.  |  College teachers -- Australia -- Interviews.  |  Economists -- Australia -- Interviews.  |  History -- Study and teaching -- Australia.  |  Economics -- Study and teaching -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Meaney, N. K. (Neville Kingsley) interviewer
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