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Table of Contents

Preface
Roy R. Behrens
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
IntroductionPart 1: the art community
1. Darwin
2. Sydney
3. Sydney experimentsPart 2: the science community
4. William Dakin
5. Animal camouflagePart 3: the military context
6. Policy and status
7. Image
8. ConsciencePart 4: the field - New Guinea and Papua
9. Jungle
10. Goodenough Island
Part 5: the edge of modernism
11. Max Dupain
12. Frank HinderConclusion
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Bibliography
Index

About the Author

Ann Elias is an associate professor of visual arts at the University of Sydney.

Reviews

'Elias's cross-disciplinary approach of bringing together art, science
and psychology in the pursuit of disguise and concealment in the
military context is refreshing.'

-- Catherine Speck * Australian Historical Studies *

'Camouflage Australia is an eloquent work. But Ann Elias gives us much more than a hidden history of artists, scientists and soldiers. She tells us about the contest of knowledge in modern Australia, and provides an insight into the contested domain of civil-military relations.'

-- Ben Wadham * Journal of Sociology *

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