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Joseph Hardwick

the 1960s and 1970s overlooked special acts of worship because such supposedly British imports and old-world survivals sat awkwardly with what Mark McKenna has called the ‘new narratives of nationhood’ that framed much Australian historical writing. 49 More recent social and political developments have also not been conducive to research on colonial special worship. The old foundation celebrations have lost appeal, 50 and indigenous communities and other marginalised groups have, with justification, derided other national

in Prayer, providence and empire