Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Stavros T. Stavridis and David Chibo|
|Series||Gorgias handbooks -- 17|
|Contributions||National Archives of Australia, Australian War Memorial|
|LC Classifications||DU122.A75 A87 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010014836|
Discover the rich historical documentation of the Assyrians in Australia through the groundbreaking book "The Assyrians in Australian Archives" by Stavros T. Stavridis. This book, published in 2010, provides valuable insights into the lives, experiences, and contributions of the Assyrian community in Australia.
The book focuses on presenting and analyzing documents from two esteemed institutions - the National Archives of Australia and the Australian War Memorial. These documents cover a significant timeframe from 1914 to 1947, providing a comprehensive view of the Assyrians' journey and struggles during this period.
The Assyrian community has a rich cultural heritage, and "The Assyrians in Australian Archives" delves into their unique history within the Australian context. By exploring these documents, readers can gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by the Assyrians during their migration to Australia and their subsequent contributions to the Australian society.
Through the collection of historical accounts and personal narratives, the book offers a vivid portrayal of the Assyrian community's experiences. Readers can delve into the struggles, triumphs, and cultural preservation efforts of the Assyrians as they adapted to a new environment while maintaining their distinct identity.
"The Assyrians in Australian Archives" makes an important contribution to cultural studies by shedding light on the Assyrians' presence in Australia. The book examines how the Assyrian community integrated into the wider Australian society and how their heritage shaped their experiences and interactions with other communities in the country.
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"The Assyrians in Australian Archives" by Stavros T. Stavridis is a valuable resource for anyone interested in delving into the unique history and contributions of the Assyrian community in Australia. Through its extensive collection of documents from the National Archives of Australia and Australian War Memorial, this book provides a comprehensive understanding of the Assyrians' experiences, cultural preservation efforts, and integration into Australian society.