Michael Livingston and Claire Wilkinson, “Per-capita Alcohol Consumption and All-cause Male Mortality in Australia, 1911-2006,” Alcohol and Alcoholism 48, no. 2 (2013): 196–201. Concludes that Australia belongs “in the group of countries for which a positive association between per-capita alcohol consumption and total mortality can be demonstrated”: “increases in consumption at the population level in Australia are associated with declines in population health”; “per-capita alcohol consumption in Australia is a significant contributor to rates of male mortality, particularly among young adults, suggesting an interaction between per-capita consumption and risky episodic drinking.”
Robin Room, review of Dianne Kirkby, Tanja Luckins and Chris McConville, The Australian Pub (2010), in Social History of Alcohol and Drugs 26/1 (Winter 2012): 102-103.
Julie McIntyre, “Adam Smith and Faith in the Transformative Qualities of Wine in Colonial New South Wales,” Australian Historical Studies 42/2 (June 2011): 194-211.
Susie Khamis, “A Taste For Tea: How Tea Travelled to (and through) Australian Culture,” Journal of the History of Culture in Australia 24 (January 2006): 57-79. [Australian Cultural History appears to have ceased publication in 2010]
Susie Khamis, “‘It Only Takes a Jiffy to Make,'” Food, Culture & Society 12/2 (Summer 2009): 217-233. Instant coffee in tea-drinking Australia.
Robin Room, “The Long Reaction against the Wowser: The Prehistory of Alcohol Deregulation in Australia,” Health Sociology Review 19/2 (June 2010): 151-163.