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  • ISBN: 1864320540
  • Category: History
  • Author: Gregory Melleuish
  • Subcategory: Australia & Oceania
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Centre for Independent Studies (2001)
  • Pages: 51 pages
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Gregory Melleuish (born 1954) is an Australian associate professor of history and politics at the University of Wollongong. Subjects he teaches include Australian politics, political theory, world history and ancient history

Gregory Melleuish (born 1954) is an Australian associate professor of history and politics at the University of Wollongong. Subjects he teaches include Australian politics, political theory, world history and ancient history. Previously, he taught European history at the University of Melbourne and Australian Studies at the University of Queensland. He occasionally contributes opinion pieces for The Australian, The Conversation and On Line Opinion.

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American liberalism emerged before the most famous European liberal intellectuals put their pens to paper. It was grounded partly on liberal ideas that were in the air before those works were written, but mostly on the attractive communities generated by liberal institutions and policies. American liberalism is empirically, rather than theoretically, grounded. This paper uses excerpts from colonial and constitutional documents to demonstrate the long history of liberal institutions in the territories that became the United States.

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Professor Gregory Melleuish works both a political scientist and as a historian as well as having interests in religious .

Professor Gregory Melleuish works both a political scientist and as a historian as well as having interests in religious studies. He has published seven single authored books, and published over eighty refereed journal articles and book chapters. He has been awarded three large ARC (Discovery) grants, being either sole CI or 1st named CI in all cases.

Gregory Melleuish is an Australian associate professor of history and . A Short History of Australian Liberalism (Commonwealth of Independent States 2001).

Gregory Melleuish is an Australian associate professor of history and politics at the University of Wollongong. This book reclaims Cultural Liberalism as an important part of Australian intellectual heritage. Arguing that the tradition is central to the Australian experience of modernity, Gregory Melleuish traces the impact of cultural liberalism from its emergence around the time of Federation to its demise during the 1960s.

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