Religious Life Without Integrity
About its Author
Dr. Barry M Coldrey
Barry M Coldrey was born and educated
in Melbourne, Australia and completed his tertiary education at the
University of Melbourne in the early 1960s.
Since then he has taught in secondary
schools in some states of Australia, and Teachers Colleges and
university in Papua New Guinea and Pakistan.
He completed his Ph D in 1984,
published as 'Faith and Fatherland': 'The Contribution of the Christian
Brothers to the development of Irish nationalism, 1801-1921' by Gill
and Macmillan in 1988.
Dr Coldrey has written some twenty
books and a number of referred articles, many of them in recent years
around the child migration abuses in children's homes issues which have
featured in a media a good deal over the last ten years.
Barry M Coldrey
7/67 Collins Street
Thornbury Vic 3071Australia
As of 25 April 2000
Coldrey´s Publishing Programme
Federal Politics for the Senior Student, Hargreen/Edward Arnold, Fourth
Studies for the Higher School Certificate Student, Privately printed,
Federal Politics and Foreign Policy, Hargreen, Edward Arnold/ Hodder
Foreign Policy for the Senior Student, Collins Dove,
Melbourne.1985 Bruce Dawe's Poetry (Coles Notes). T.C.Lothian,
Publishers, Port Melbourne.
Issues in Peace Studies. Edward Arnold/Hodder & Stoughton
1988 Faith and
Fatherland: the Contribution of the Christian Brothers to the
Development of Irish Nationalism, 1838 - 1921. (Gill and Macmillan),
London and New York.
English Summary, Privately printed, Melbourne. (In 1992, this
text was published by Hawker Brownlow Education, Cheltenham, Victoria).
1990 Issues in
Australian Politics: Elections. Hawker Brownlow Education, Cheltenham,
1990 Issues in
Australian Politics: Pressure Groups. Hawker Brownlow Education,
Social Classes attending the Christian Brothers school in the
nineteenth century', British Journal of Education Studies, Vol. XXIX, N
1. February 1991.
for Revolution: the Christian Brothers and Radical Irish
Nationalism, 1838 - 1921', Proceedings of the Third Irish-Australian
Historical Conference, ANU Canberra, 1990.
Legal Studies (Notes Summary). Hawker Brownlow Education, Cheltenham,
Western Australian Boys Homes and the Child Migration Scheme,
Joseph's Farm and Trade School, Bindoon: History Sources, Tamanaraik
Paul Keaney and Child Care in Western Australia, 1918 - 1954.
Tamanaraik Press, Melbourne.
Child Migration to Australia, 1938 - 1966, Tamanaraik Press, Melbourne.
Migration, the Australian Government and the Catholic Church, 1926 -
1966, Tamanaraik Press, Melbourne.
1992 'A most
unenviable reputation: the Christian Brothers and school
discipline over two centuries', History of Education, (UK) Vol. 21, N
3. 1992 - also published in Oideas, Eurack, N 38, 1992, Government
Publications Office, Dublin, Eire.
Somers Camp and Power House: the early years, 1929 - 1939. Tamanaraik
Legal Studies for the Senior Student, Hawker Brownlow Education,
Migration and the Catholic Church: a Historical Perspective',
The Australasian Catholic Record, Vol. LXX. N 1 January 1993.
Scheme: the Christian Brothers and Child Care in Western Australia,
Argyle-Pacific, Perth, Western Australia.
Migration to Catholic Institutions in Australia: Objectives,
Policies, Realities: 1926 - 1966, Tamanaraik Press, Melbourne.
Migration: Consent of British Parents and Guardians to the
Children's Emigration: The Legal Dimension, Tamanaraik Press, Melbourne.
1996 'A most
unenviable reputation': the Christian Brothers and school
discipline over two centuries' in O'Sullivan, P. (ed.) The Irish World
Wide: Vol.3 Religion and Identity, Leicester University Press, 1996.
thriving and ugly trade': The first phase of child migration: 1617 -
1757', in History of Education Society Bulletin. N 58, Autumn 1996.
1996 'A Charity
which has outlived its usefulness': the last phase of
Catholic child migration, 1947 - 1956', History of Education, Vol. 25.
No 4. December 1996.
sexual abuse of children - as a public issue', Studies (Dublin), Vol.
58. N 3 Autumn 1996.
Migrants from Postwar Britain', History (Royal Australian Historical
Society). N 53. September 1997.
place to which idle vagrants maybe sent.' The first phase of
child migration to the Americas, 1618 - 1778', Child and Society,
Oxford University Journals, Vol. 13. N 1, February 1999.
British Stock': Child and Youth Migration to Australia, 1901 - 1983.
Guide N 11, National Archives of Australia
and Corruption': Church Orphanages and Industrial Schools,
Studies (Irish Quarterly Review), Vol 89 No 353, Spring, 2000, pp. 5 -
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