Monographs

Warrane College Monographs provide a permanent record of seminars and lectures conducted at the College.

Copies of monographs can be purchased through the College office; some are available for download.

The following is the list of Warrane College Monographs:

Margaret Somerville, Should Religion Be Evicted From the Public Square? (2011) (Warrane College Monograph No. 22)

Geoffrey Caban (ed), Education Through the Liberal Arts (2010) (Warrane College Monograph No. 21)

Robert Chung, Chinese Design: A myth? Wherefrom? Whereto? (2010) (Warrane College Monograph No. 20)

Her Excellency Professor Marie Bashir, The Legacy of Lachlan Macquarie, 5th Governor of New South Wales: His Contribution to the Maturation of Australia (2010) (Warrane College Monograph No. 19)

Phillip Elias (ed), Temperance Revisited: A Call for Restraint in Contemporary Australia (Warrane College Monograph No. 18)

Larissa Behrendt, Achieving Social Justice for Aboriginal People in a Civil Society (Warrane College Monograph No. 17)

John Young, The Scope of Philosophy (Warrane College Monograph No. 16). The book is available through Portico Books.

David Gonski, The Place of Ethics in a Life of Business (Warrane College Monograph No. 15)

Phillip Elias (ed), Relativism and Human Rights (Warrane College Monograph No. 14)

The Hon Justice J J Spigelman, Shanghai and the West: First Contact (Warrane College Monograph No. 13)

The Hon Justice Dyson Heydon, The Gaining and Losing of National Independence (Warrane College Monograph No. 12)

Alan Barcan, Martin Fitzgerald, James Franklin and Barry Spurr, Postmodernism in Education (Warrane College Monograph No. 11)

The Hon Justice Brian Sully, Drifting toward Upheaval: Current Agitation for Constitutional Change (Warrane College Monograph No. 10)

The Hon Malcolm Turnbull, Is the West Dying Out? Family, Fertility and Survival (Warrane College Monograph No. 9)

Michael Cook, Andrew Paris and A G Shannon (eds), Work and Human Values (Warrane College Monograph No. 8)

M B Slater (ed), Towards a New Culture of Life: The Challenge of Evangelium Vitae (Warrane College Monograph No. 7)

William J West (ed), Politicians and the Media (Warrane College Monograph No. 6)

William J West (ed), Media Leaks: Dilemmas of Confidentiality and Disclosure (Warrane College Monograph No. 5)

William J West (ed), Econospeak: The Reporting of Economics in the Media (Warrane College Monograph No. 4)

P C Birrell and J F Martins (eds), Newman and the Nature of a University (Warrane College Monograph No. 3)

J F Martins and W Walsh (eds), Watching the Watchdog: Can the Media Regulate Itself? (Warrane College Monograph No. 2)

J F Martins and J B Saunders (eds), Legalising Drugs: Deliverance or Deception? (Warrane College Monograph No. 1)