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This pioneering interdisciplinary booklet explores the hot fiscal, cultural, and political ties among Australia and Latin the USA, situating them in the context of broader international alterations, Australia's position within the worldwide South, and Latin America's elevated strategic and fiscal relevance to the Asia-Pacific region.
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The literature cites a variety of examples of this early migration ﬂow, including some interesting anecdotal evidence. For instance, there were a small number of Chilean migrants who came to Australia, including General Ramón Freire, a former president of Chile who came in 1837 seeking exile. A further example is, a mill in Ballarat that bears the name the “Chilean Mill” in homage to some groups of Chilean origin who came from the California goldﬁelds, where about 30,000 of their countrymen were toiling at that time (see Jupp 2001, 196).
Recent literature to date on Brazilian-Australians, and migrants coming from Brazil more generally, deal with themes such as identity that are often considered in the context of rising global mobility. For instance, Wulfhorst considers the construction of Brazilian identity in the Australian context and argues that Brazilians who have recently moved to Australia negotiate questions of identity, community, and belonging between cosmopolitan, pan-Latin American, and diasporic Brazilian imperatives (Wulfhorst et al.
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