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2008

Published Articles

Balderstone, S. (2008), 'A new view of the Pella churches in terms of dating and analysis: the typological context', in Levant journal of the Council for British Research in the Levant.

Coté J. (2008), Review essay: Redefining the history of Australia's Asian-ness, Asian Ethnology Vol. 67 - 1, 2008, pp. 137 – 49.

Cote, J. (2008), Film review: 'When art meets history: Hans Hulchers Just call me Kartini', Indonews, 3, 2008. (www.asiainstitute.unimelb.edu.au).

Cote, J., (Review) (2008) 'Two journeys into the colonial project. Review of Ravensteijn and Kopp,(eds) 'For profit and prosperity: The contribution made by Dutch engineers to Public works in Indonesia' (KITLV Press 2008 pp. 563); Suzanne Moon, 'Technology and ethical idealism: A History of development in the Netherlands East Indies' (CNSW, 2007, pp 186) International Institute of Asian Studies Newsletter, Autumn, No. 49, p. 29.

Cote, J. (2008) 'Realizing the Dream of R. A. Kartini: Her sisters letters from colonial Java', pp. 1-397, Ohio University Press & KITLV Press, Athens, (USA) & Leiden.

Cote, J. (2008) 'Postcolonial shame: Heritage and the forgotten pain of civilian women internees in Java', in William Logan and Keir Reeves (eds), Places of Pain and Shame : Dealing with 'difficult heritage', pp. 128-143, Routledge, London.

Davey, G. (2008) 'Politics and Technology: Friends or Enemies of the Story?', Oral History Association of Australia. Journal, No 30, 2008, pp. 1-7, Oral History Association of Australia, Australia.

Davey, G. (2008), 'Women's Graffiti', Encyclopaedia of Women's Folklore and Folklife, /2 Vols, Greenwood Publishing Group, Oxford UK, December 2008.

Langfield, M. and Maclean, P., (2008), Multiple framings: Survivor and non-survivor interviewers in Holocaust videotestimony in Memories of Mass Repression. Narrating Life Stories in the Aftermath of Atrocity, eds. Nanci Adler, Selma Leydesdorff, Mary Chamberlain & Leyla Neyzi, Transaction publishers, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA.

Langfield, M., (2008) 'Lost worlds: reflections on home and belonging in Jewish Holocaust survivor testimonies' in David Cesarani, Tony Kushner and Milton Shain (eds), Zakor v Makor: 'Place and Displacement in Jewish History and Memory' Special Edition of the Journal of Jewish Culture and History, Vol.9, No.1 (Summer 2007) pp.33-48, published 2008 (also in book form by Vallentine Mitchell, London.)

Langfield, M., (2008) 'The Hurt Will Never Go Away: Survival Strategies and Ways of Coping In Holocaust Videotestimonies' in Testifying to the Holocaust, eds. Pam Maclean, Michele Langfield, Dvir Abramowich, Australian Association of Jewish Studies, Sydney.

Logan, W.,(2008), 'Cultural Heritage and Human Rights', in B. J. Graham and P. Howard (eds), Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Aldershot, UK, 2008; pp. 439-54.

Long, C., (2008) 'Maximising academic production', Arena Magazine no. 95, June-July 2008, pp 15- 16.

Long, C., (2008), 'The cultural heritage cost of Kakadu tourism', Eureka Street, 5 February, 2008.

Long, C., (2008), 'Waking up from the housing nightmare', Eureka Street, 5 May, 2008.

Long, C. (2008) 'Tourism, World Heritage and the Cuban Revolution: Managing Change in Old Havana', in Kurt Luger / Karlheinz Wohler (ed.), Welterbe und Tourismus, pp. 425-436, Studien Verlag, Innsbruck- Wien- Bozen.

Long, C. (2008), "Heritage as a resource for pro-poor tourism: the case of Vieng Xay, Laos" selected to be submitted to the International Journal of Heritage Studies. Also published in Regerio Amoeda, Sergio Lira, Cristina Pinheiro and Joao Pinheiro (eds), World Heritage and Sustainable Development, Green Lines Institute for Sustainable development.

Long, C. (2008), 'Imagination spent on global financial solutions', Eureka Street, 27 November, 2008.

Maclean, P. and Langfield, M., (2008) 'Caught Between Dreams and Nightmares: Refugees and Migrants to Australia recall the Holocaust In Videotestimonies' in Testifying to the Holocaust, eds. Pam Maclean, Michele Langfield, Dvir Abramowich, Australian Association of Jewish Studies, Sydney.

Maclean, P., (2008) 'Holocaust Testimony/Testimonio: An Exploration' in Testifying to the Holocaust, eds. Pam Maclean, Michele Langfield, Dvir Abramowich, Australian Association of Jewish Studies, Sydney.

Maclean, P., Abramovic, D., and Langfield, M., (2008) 'Remembering Afresh?' Videotestimonies held in the Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre (JHMRC) in Melbourne in Testifying to the Holocaust, eds. Pam Maclean, Michele Langfield, Dvir Abramowich, Australian Association of Jewish Studies, Sydney.

Maclean, P., Langfield, M., Abramowich, D., (eds),Testifying to the Holocaust, Australian Association of Jewish Studies, Sydney.

Qian, F. (2008) 'Protecting the Spirit of Hutong: A case Study of Nanchizi Precinct, Beijing', Quebec ICOMOS 2008, International Council on Monuments and Sites, Canada.

Sweet, J. (2008), 'International exhibition postcards: Tangible reflections of an ephemeral past' in Seize the Day: Exhibitions, Australia and the World, edited by Darian-Smith, K., Gillespie, R., Jordan,C. and Willis, E. Sydney University Press, pp. 8.1-8.13.

Witcomb, A. (2008), 'The past in the present: towards a politics of care at the National Trust of Australia (WA)' in Heritage and Identity Engagement and Demission in the Contemporary World, eds. Anico, M. and Peralta, E., Routledge, London, pp169-180.

Young, L. (2008), 'How like England we can be: The Australian international: exhibitions in the nineteenth century', in Seize the Day: Exhibitions, Australia and the World, edited by Darian-Smith, K., Gillespie, R., Jordan,C. and Willis, E. Sydney  University Press.

Young, L. (2008), 'Professional standards need professional resources', Museums Australia Journal, published Feb 2008, p.20.

Young, L. (2008) 'The contagious magic of James Cook in Captain-Cook's cottage', ReCollections: journal of the National Museum of Australia, Vol 3, No 2, pp. 1-17, National Museum of Australia, Australia.

Conference Papers

Balderstone, S., 'Crusader Churches in the Latin East: Expressions of Medieval Theology', presented to the 25th international conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand History in Practice, held at Deakin University Waterfront Campus, Geelong, 3-6 July 2008.

Balderstone, S., 'Heritage planning and streetscapes in Melbourne, Tianjin, Shanghai and Hanoi', presented at La Trobe University Dept of Archaeology 2008 seminar series at Bundoora: 17 April 2008.

Balderstone, S., 'The puzzle of the Pella churches', presented at La Trobe University Dept of Archaeology 2008 seminar series at Bundoora: 18 September 2008.

Cote, J.,: Presented conference paper to the Yale-Edinburgh Group on the History of the missionary movement and non-western Christianity, New College, University of Edinburgh, 3-5 July 2008 entitled: "Not a villain, just difficult: Dr Albert Chritiaan Kruyt of the Poso mission".

Cote, J., Conference paper "Mission and Pamona identity in 'multicultural' Sulawesi", Paper presented to Mission: harbingers of modernity. One-day conference, Deakin University, November, 17, 2008.

Cote, J., Conference (with Sarah Paddle, Helen Gardner, Renate Howe) A one day conference organised by the Mission Research Cluster held at Deakin University on 17 November 2008. Nine papers were presented, including presentations from three interstate colleagues. The conference was an ERG-funded event.

Cote, J., presented paper to the Re-Orienting Whiteness conference held at the University of Melbourne, 3 - 5 December. The paper, 'Education and the Colonial Construction of Whiteness' compared racial anxieties and education policies in Asian and Australian colonies in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Langfield, M., 'Take my children: the work of voluntary organisations in the rescue of Jewish and non-Aryan Christian children from Europe, 1934-1945', presented at two conferences during July 2008. - Australian Historical Association Biennial Conference, held at The University of Melbourne, 7-10 July 2008 and Voluntary Action History Society, held at University of Liverpool, UK, 15-18 July 2008.

Langfield, M., member of the organising committee for the Australian Historical Association Biennial Conference, held at The University of Melbourne.

Langfield, M., on 28 April chaired a symposium entitled 'Mourning and Commemoration' at Monash University, Caulfield campus. The panel was organised by Dr Donna-Lee Frieze, Research Fellow at Deakin University. Speakers included: Prof Peter Balakian, Rebar Professor in Humanities, Colgate University (USA); Prof Leah Garrett, Loti Smorgon Chair of Contemporary Jewish Life and Culture, Monash University; Prof Alistair Thomson, School of Historical Studies, Monash University. The occasion was co-hosted by Deakin University and the Centre for Jewish Civilisation at Monash University.

Logan, W., 'UNESCO, Cultural Diversity, Heritage and Human Rights', paper presented to the Communities and Memories: a Global Perspective Third International Conference of the UNESCO Memory of the World Program, Canberra, 19-22 February 2008 (http://www.amw.org.au/mow2008/mow/papersByName.htm).

Logan, W., 'Playing the Devil's Advocate: Protecting Intangible Cultural Heritage as an Infringement of Human Rights', paper presented to the Intangible Cultural Heritage Conference, National Trust of Australia (Victoria), Deakin University Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific, and Australia ICOMOS, Melbourne, 1-3 July 2008.

Long, C., 'Heritage as a resource for pro-poor tourism: the case of Vieng Xay, Laos', Heritage 2008: World Heritage and Sustainable Development Conference, Foz Coa, Portugal, May 7-9.

Qian, F., presented 'Protecting the Spirit of Hutong: Case Study of Nanchizi Precinct, Beijing', at the 16th Assembly and Scientific Symposium of the International Council of Monuments and Sites, 29 September - 4 October 2008, Quebec, Canada.

Sweet, J., gave a keynote presentation at the National Gallery of Victoria's Art Deco 1910-1939 symposium, entitled: 'Ultra modern design in Australia: Glass and light in the interwar years'.

Sweet, J., invited to participate in an international workshop on heritage site management practices at Ercolano, Italy, 13- 25 October 2008. The workshop was organized by the International Centre for the Study of Herculaneum and ICCROM.

Witcomb, A, 'A Changing historical landscape: From nostalgia to contact history in the National Trust of Australia's (WA) interpretation of the past' at the Locating History: 2008 Biennial Conference of the Australian Historical Association, The University of Melbourne, 7-10 July 2008.

Witcomb, A., presented "Tensions between local and world heritage significance: The case of Fremantle Prison" at International Symposium on Sharing Our Heritages: New Challenges for Site Conservation and Protection, and for Tourism Management, held at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, 7-10 February 2008.

Witcomb, A., Keynote presentation, "What happens when museums become part of the tourism landscape? Some thoughts on the quest for experience, INTERCOM 2008, Museums, Tourism, visitor experience, 25-28 November 2008, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Witcomb, A., 'The role of art objects in the process of Memorialisation' The Jewish Holocaust Museum in Melbourne, Australia. Paper presented at the Interrogating Trauma: Arts and Media Responses to Collective Suffering, International Conference, Murdoch and Curtin Universities, 2-4 December 2008, Perth, Western Australia.

Witcomb, A., "The experience of dislocation and its embodiment in material culture in a 'globe trotting' world", paper presented at Material Worlds": A Conference in Honour of Susan Pearce, University of Leicester, 15-17 December 2008.

Young, L., presented 'The ghost of James Cook at Not-Captain Cook's Cottage', Australian Historical Association, Melbourne, 10 July 2008.

Young, L., participated in a panel presentation at the State Library of Victoria on the theme 'Presenting the City in the Museum', as part of the History Council of Victoria monthly seminars, on 21 November.

Young, L., presented 'Mundane but magical: the material culture of heroes' houses' at the Material Worlds Conference, Museum Studies Dept, Leicester University, UK, 15-17 December 2008.

Young, L., 'Significance Assessment: How Important is the Material in Your Collection?' presented to the Communities and Memories: a Global Perspective Third International Conference of the UNESCO Memory of the World Program, Canberra, 19-22 February 2008 (http://www.amw.org.au/mow2008/mow/papersByName.htm).

Media Coverage

Logan, W., interviewed on the subject of intangible cultural heritage and human rights, by Brian Crump for the 'Nights' program on New Zealand Radio National, 22 July 2008.

Logan, W., interviewed by Richard Aedy for ABC Radio National 'Life Matters' program, 24 November 2008 the forthcoming publication Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing With Difficult Heritage and related issues. Transcripts and podcasts available on http://www.abc.net.au/rn/lifematters/stories/2008/2421883.htm

Long, C. was interviewed with Radio Australia on the Cambodian elections.

Long, C. was interviewed for Radio Australia's Asia Pacific program: "Laos war time caves a new tourist attraction", 29 April 2008.


2007

Books:

Coté, J (2007), Colonising Poso: The Diary of Controleur Emile Gobée, June 1909 – May 1910. Working Paper No. 128, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash University, Clayton.

M. Askew, W.S. Logan & C. Long (2007), Vientiane: Transformation of a Lao Landscape, Routledge, London.

Young, L., (2007), Lost Houses of the Molonglo Valley: Canberra Before the Federal Capital City, Gininderra Press, Canberra.

Book chapters:

Balderstone, S., (2007), "Character and Spatial Integrity: new elements and insertions", in Richard A. Engelhardt (ed.), Asia Conserved: Lessons Learned from the UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation (2000-2004), UNESCO, Bangkok.

Coté, J. (2007) "A teaspoon of sugar Assessing the sugar content in colonial discourse in the Dutch east Indies, 1880 - 1914". In U.Bosma, J Giusti-Cordero & R. Knight, (eds) Sugarlandia Revisited: Sugar and colonialism in Asia and the Americas, 1800 - 1940, Berghahn Books, New York & Oxford, pp 113 - 144.

du Cros, H.*, Lee, Y.*, Sauvigrain-McClelland, A.*, Chow, E.* and Logan, W. (2007) The rise of professionalism, in Hilary du Cros, Yok-shiu F. Lee (eds), Cultural Heritage Management in China - Preserving the cities of the Pearl River Delta, pp. 49-84, Routledge, Great Britain.

Lee, Y.*, du Cros, H.*, Distefano, L.* and Logan, W. (2007) Introduction, in Hilary du Cros, Yok-shiu F. Lee (eds), Cultural Heritage Management in China - Preserving the cities of the Pearl River Delta, pp. 1-22, Routledge, Great Britain.

Logan, W. (2007) Heritage Education at Universities, in Marie-Theres Albert, Roland Bernecker, Diego Gutierrez Perez, Nalini Thakur, Zhang Nairen (eds), Training Strategies for World Heritage Management, pp. 64-69, German Commission for UNESCO, Bonn, Germany.

Logan, W. (2007) "Reshaping the 'Sunburned Country': Heritage and Cultural Politics in Contemporary Australia" , in Roy Jones & Brian J. Shaw (eds), Geographies of Australian Heritages: Loving a Sunburnt Country?, pp. 207-223, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Great Britain.

Logan, W., "Cultural Heritage and Human Rights", in B.J. Graham and P.Howard (eds), Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Aldershot, UK, pp. 660-680.

Logan, W. (2007), "Closing Pandora's Box: Human Rights Conundrums in Cultural Heritage Protection", in H. Silverman and D. Ruggles Fairchild (eds), Cultural Heritage and Human Rights, Springer, New York, pp. 33-52.

Sweet, J. (2007) Museum architecture and visitor experience, in Ruth Rentschler and Anne-Marie Hede (eds), Museum Marketing: Competing in the Global Marketplace, pp. 226-237, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford.

Sweet, J. (2007) Beyond Local Significance: Victorian gold at the London International Exhibition, 1862, in Keir Reeves and David Nichols (eds), Deeper Leads: New Approaches to Victorian goldfields history, pp.185-202, Ballarat Heritage Services, Ballarat.

Witcomb, A. (2007) The Materiality of Virtual Technologies: A New Approach to Thinking about the Impact of Multimedia in Museums, in Fiona Cameron and Sarah Kenderdine (eds), Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage: A Critical Discourse, pp. 35-48, The MIT Press, England.

Gregory, K & Witcomb, A. (2007) 'Beyond nostalgia: the role of affect in generating historical understanding at heritage sites' in Simon J. Knell, Suzanne MacLeod and Sheila E. R. Watson (eds.) Museum Revolutions: Museums and change, Routledge, London.

Witcomb, A. (2007) "Growing up between two languages/two worlds: Learning to live without belonging to a terra in Mary Besemeres and Anna Wierzbicka, Translating Lives: Living with Two Languages and Cultures, UQP, St Lucia, pp. 83-95.

Young, L., (2007), "Welcome to our House: Satisfying visitors to the historic house museum", in Ruth Rentschler & Anne-Marie Hede (eds), Museum Marketing: Competing in the Global Marketplace, Oxford, Butterworth Heinemann, pp. 133-40.

Logan, W. (2007) Heritage Education at Universities, in Marie-Theres Albert, Roland Bernecker, Diego Gutierrez Perez, Nalini Thakur, Zhang Nairen (eds), Training Strategies for World Heritage Management, pp. 64-69, German Commission for UNESCO, Bonn, Germany.

Logan, W. (2007) "Reshaping the 'Sunburned Country': Heritage and Cultural Politics in Contemporary Australia" , in Roy Jones & Brian J. Shaw (eds), Geographies of Australian Heritages: Loving a Sunburnt Country?, pp. 207-223, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Great Britain.

Logan, W., "Cultural Heritage and Human Rights", in B.J. Graham and P.Howard (eds), Ashgate Research Companion to Heritage and Identity, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Aldershot, UK, pp. 660-680.

Logan, W. (2007), "Closing Pandora's Box: Human Rights Conundrums in Cultural Heritage Protection", in H. Silverman and D. Ruggles Fairchild (eds), Cultural Heritage and Human Rights, Springer, New York, pp. 33-52.

Sweet, J. (2007) Museum architecture and visitor experience, in Ruth Rentschler and Anne-Marie Hede (eds), Museum Marketing: Competing in the Global Marketplace, pp. 226-237, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford.

Sweet, J. (2007) Beyond Local Significance: Victorian gold at the London International Exhibition, 1862, in Keir Reeves and David Nichols (eds), Deeper Leads: New Approaches to Victorian goldfields history, pp.185-202, Ballarat Heritage Services, Ballarat.

Witcomb, A. (2007) The Materiality of Virtual Technologies: A New Approach to Thinking about the Impact of Multimedia in Museums, in Fiona Cameron and Sarah Kenderdine (eds), Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage: A Critical Discourse, pp. 35-48, The MIT Press, England.

Gregory, K & Witcomb, A. (2007) 'Beyond nostalgia: the role of affect in generating historical understanding at heritage sites' in Simon J. Knell, Suzanne MacLeod and Sheila E. R. Watson (eds.) Museum Revolutions: Museums and change, Routledge, London.

Witcomb, A. (2007) "Growing up between two languages/two worlds: Learning to live without belonging to a terra in Mary Besemeres and Anna Wierzbicka, Translating Lives: Living with Two Languages and Cultures, UQP, St Lucia, pp. 83-95.

Young, L., (2007), "Welcome to our House: Satisfying visitors to the historic house museum", in Ruth Rentschler & Anne-Marie Hede (eds), Museum Marketing: Competing in the Global Marketplace, Oxford, Butterworth Heinemann, pp. 133-40.

Refereed Journal Articles:

Coté, J. (2007) Terra-ising the Homeland: Recent Debates on Australian National Identity, Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, Vol 12, No 2, pp. 1-14, Debreceni Egyetem, Angol-Amerikai Intezet, Hungary.

Coté, J., Aveling, H.*, Millie, J.* and Fuller, A.* (2007) Henk Maier, We are playing relatives, Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs (RIMA), Vol 41, No 1, pp. 179-203, The Association for the Publication of Indonesian and Malaysian Studies Inc., Canberra, Australia.

Howe, R., (2007), "Developing a national approach to building healthy and sustainable cities", NSW Public Health Bulletin, 18:45-47.

Langfield, M. (2007) Ulster-New Zealand Migration and Cultural Transfers. Edited by Brad Patterson, Australian Historical Studies, Vol 38, No 129, pp. 188-190, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Langfield, M. (2007) 'Writing migration stories: Welsh Patagonians in Australia', in Life Writing Exploring the Contemporary Meanings of Life Narrative, Volume 4, Number 2 (October 2007), pp.309-316.

Qian, F. (2007): China's Burra Charter: the Formation and Implementation of the China Principles, International Journal of Heritage Studies Vol 13, No. 3, pp.255-264.

Witcomb, A. (2007) '" 'An Architecture of Rewards': A New Poetics to Exhibition Design", Museology e-journal, Issue 4, pp.19-33.

Young, L., (2007), "Is there a museum in the house? Historic houses as a species of museum", Museum Management and Curatorship, 22/1, March 2007, pp.59-77.

Other contributions to books:

Howe, R., (2007) "Heritage" in The Oxford Companion to Australian Politics, eds. Brian Galligan and Winsome Roberts, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 248-249.

Howe, R., (2007), "Student Movements", in The Oxford Companion to Australian Politics, eds. Brian Galligan and Winsome Roberts, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 575-577.

Articles in Non Refereed Journals:

Sweet, J. (2007). 'What museums do with objects', Object Magazine, Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design, Issue 54, pp.30-34.

Published Conference Papers:

Balderstone, S., "Managing Heritage in the wake of war and conflict in Cyprus", paper presented to the Australia ICOMOS Extreme Heritage Conference, James Cook University, Cairns, 19-21 July 2007.

Research Monographs:

Balderstone, S., (2007), Early Church Architectural Forms: a theologically contextual typology for the Eastern Churches of the 4th-6th centuries, Buried History Monograph No. 3, Australian Institute of Archaeology, Melbourne.

Johnson, L., Butterworth, I. and Edwards, M. (2007) G21 Healthy Region Project Part 1: Business Plan, pp. 1-101, Deakin University in collaboration with Coomes Consulting, Australia.

Other Reviews:

Young, L., (2007), Handbook of Material Culture, by Christopher Tilley et al, London, Sage, 2006, in ReCollections, 2/2.

Media:

Long, C., "Mexican wave ban reflects sponsor tyranny", Eureka Street, 8 March 2007.

Long, C., "The myth of belonging masks our insecurity", Eureka Street, 3 April 2007.

Long, C., "The master of talkback radio", Eureka Street, 2 May 2007.

Long, C., "Muddy ovals under threat from climate change", Eureka Street, 14 June 2007.

Consultancy Reports:

Long, C., (with the Kaysone Phomviehane Memorial Caves Office, Netherlands Development Agency, United Nations World Tourism Organisation and Lao Government Agencies), (2007), Interpretation Plan and Strategic Heritage Planning Controls for the Vieng Xai Caves, Lao PDR.

Johnson, L., Butterworth, I. and Edwards, M. (2007) G21 Healthy Region Project Part 2: Business Plan, pp. 1-42, Deakin University in collaboration with Coomes Consulting, Australia.

Other:

Howe, R., (2007) "Heritage" in The Oxford Companion to Australian Politics, eds. Brian Galligan and Winsome Roberts, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 248-249.

Howe, R., (2007), "Student Movements", in The Oxford Companion to Australian Politics, eds. Brian Galligan and Winsome Roberts, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 575-577.

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2006

Book Chapters

Balnaves, M.*, Walsh, L. and Shoesmith, B.* (2006) E-Democracy: Media-Liminal Space in the Era of Age Compression, The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments - Volume II, pp. 1039-1054, Springer, Netherlands

Long, C. (2006) Heritage Preservation, Sustainability and Social Cohesion A Radical Heritage Agenda, Constructing World Heritage, pp. 203-211, Die Deutsche Bibliothek, Germany

Witcomb, A. (2006) How Style Came to Matter: Do we need to move beyond the politics of representation?, South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture, pp. 1-16, Monash University ePress, Australia

Young, L. (2006) National Museum of Australia, South Pacific Museums: Experiments in Culture, pp. 1-5, Monash University ePress, Australia

Articles in Referred Journals

Coté, J. (2006) Staging modernity: the Semarang International Colonial Exhibition, 1914, RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, Vol 40, No 1, pp. 1-44, Association for the Publication of Indonesian and Malaysian Studies, Inc., Australia

Coté, J. (2006) Terra-ising the Homeland: Recent Debates on Australian National Identity, Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, Vol 12, No 2, pp. 1-14, Debreceni Egyetem, Angol-Amerikai Intezet, Hungary

Datta, S. (2006) Modeling Dialogue with Mixed Initiative in Design Space Exploration , Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, Vol 20, pp. 129-142, Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom

Johnson, L. (2006) Browsing the Modern Kitchen - a Feast of Gender, Place and Culture (Part 1), Gender, Place and Culture: a journal of feminist geography, Vol 13, No 2, pp. 123-132, Routledge, United Kingdom

Johnson, L. (2006) Hybrid and Global Kitchens - First and Third World Intersections (Part 2), Gender, Place and Culture: a journal of feminist geography, Vol 13, No 6, pp. 647-652, Routledge, United Kingdom

Johnson, L. (2006) Valuing the Arts: Theorising and Realising Cultural Capital in an Australian City, Geographical Research, Vol 44, No 3, pp. 296-309, Blackwell Publishing Asia, Australia

Langfield, M. (2006) Capturing the intangible: Holocaust survivor testimonies held in the Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre, Melbourne, Oral History Association of Australia. Journal, No 28, pp. 7-13, Oral History Association of Australia, Australia

Long, C. and Sweet, J. (2006) Globalization, nationalism and World Heritage: interpreting Luang Prabang, South East Asia Research, Vol 14, No 3, pp. 445-469, IP Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom

Long, C. and Sweet, J. (2006) Globalization, nationalism and World Heritage: Interpreting Luang Prabang, South East Asia Research, Vol 14, no 3, pp. 445-469, I P Publishing Ltd., United Kingdom

Logan, W. (2006) Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam: Managing a Battle Site, Metaphoric and Actual, Outre-Mers. Revue d'Histoire: explorations, colonisations, independences, 183 - I, II, pp. 175-192, Societe Francaise d'Histoire d'Outre Mer, France

Maclean, P. (2006) An Almost Universal Scheme of National Service in Australia in the 1950s, Australian Journal of Politics and History, Vol 52, No 3, pp. 378-397, Blackwell Publishing Asia Pty Ltd, Australia

Maclean, P. (2006) Transforming the Holocaust into an Adventure in Videotestimony: An Unexpected Form of Discourse, Quaderns de Filologia. Estudis Literaris, Vol XI, pp. 125-143, Universitat de Valencia, Facultat de Filologia, Spain

Maclean, P. (2006) You leaving me alone? The persistence of ethics during the Holocaust, International Journal on Audio-Visual Testimony, June 2006, pp. 23-36, Memoire d'Auschwitz a.s.b.l., Centre d'Etudes et de Documentation, Belgium

Monteath, P.*, Langfield, M. and Maclean, P. (2006) Oral History at the Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre, Oral History Association of Australia Journal, No 28, pp. 14-16, Oral History Association of Australia, Australia

Lee, R. and Nichols, D. (2006) 'Life... the manifestation of a purpose'. The uses of memoir in the writings of Mildura's De Garis siblings, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Vol 92, pp. 46-62, Royal Australian Historical Society, Australia

Nichols, D. and Lee, R. (2006) 'Life... the manifestation of a purpose'. The uses of memoir in the writings of Mildura's De Garis siblings, Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Vol 92, Part 1, pp. 46-62, Royal Australian Historical Society, Australia

Nichols, D. (2006) 'Does the meaning mean a thing?' Johnny Young's hit songs of the 60s-70s, ACH: The Journal of the History of Culture in Australia, Vol 24, pp. 163-184, API Network, Australia

Sweet, J. (2006) UNESCO and cultural heritage practice in Australia in the 1950s: The international touring exhibition Australian Aboriginal Culture, 1948-55, Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management, Vol 4 Issue 1, pp. 209-218, University of South Australia, South Australia

Walsh, L. and Barbara, J. (2006) Speed, International Security, and "New War" Coverage in Cyberspace, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Vol 12, No. 1, pp. 1-17, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, School of Business Administration, Israel

Walsh, L. and Barbara, J. (2006) Speed, International Security, and "New War" Coverage in Cyberspace, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Vol 12, Issue 1, pp. 1-18, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

Young, L. (2006) Villages that Never Were: The Museum Village as a Heritage Genre, International Journal of Heritage Studies, Vol 12, No 4, pp. 321-338, Routledge, United Kingdom

Young, L. (2006) A House in History, Heritage and Tourism: Shifting Times at Blundell's Cottage, Canberra, Public History Review, Vol 12, pp. 44-57, UTS ePress Journals, Australia

Non-Refereed Article in a Professional Journal

Monteath, P.*, Langfield, M. and Maclean, P. (2006) Oral history at the Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre, Oral History Association of Australia Journal, No. 28, pp. 14-16, Oral History Association of Australia, Australia

Other Journal Articles


Maclean, P. (2006) Book Review: Idith Zertal, Israel's Holocaust and the Politics of Nationhood, Forum, No 47, pp. 7-8, Centre for Citizenship & Human Rights, Deakin University, Australia

Witcomb, A. (2006) Book review: MacLeod, Susan, 'Reshaping Museum Space: Architecture, Design, Exhibitions' - Routledge, London and New York, 2005., Media International Australia, No 119, pp. 168-169, University of Queensland, Australia

Conference Papers

Langfield, M. (2006) Analysing Jewish Holocaust oral and video testimonies: a comparative study, Dancing with memory: oral history and its audiences. Proceedings of the 14th International Oral History Conference, University of New England, Australia

Logan, W. (2006) Protecting Heritage Down Under: The Principles and Practices of Cultural Heritage Conservation in Australia and the Pacific, Proceedings: International Conference on the Safeguarding of Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage: Towards an Integrated Approach, pp. 130-145, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), France

Logan, W. (2006) Dien Bien Phu: Development and Conservation in a Vietnamese Cultural Landscape, \\, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Nichols, D. (2006) The Jock McDougalls of Broadmeadows, Past Matters: Heritage, History and the Built Environment. Proceedings from the 8th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference, pp. 389-399, School of People, Environment and Planning, Massey University, New Zealand

Qian, F. (2006) Old Buildings, New Landscape: Redeveloping Historic Neighbourhoods - A Case Study of Xin Tian Di, Shanghai, China, Hypertraditions: International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments 10th International Conference, International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, United States

Witcomb, A. (2006) How one "dance with memory" affected the management of an oral history project, Dancing with memory: oral history and its audiences. Proceedings of the 14th International Oral History Conference, pp. 1-8, International Oral History Association, Australia

Monographs

Mansouri, F., Makhoul, C.*, Sankari, J., Christie, T.* and Warren, B. (2006) Mediation and conflict resolution among the Arabic-speaking community in Melbourne, pp. 1-149, Deakin University, Geelong, Victoria, Australia

Creative Works


Srivastava, S. and Wilmot, S. (2006) KOTLA WALKS - performing locality, Ronin Films, Australia

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2005

Books

Hajdu, J. (2005) Samurai in the Surf: The Arrival of the Japanese on the Gold Coast in the 1980s, Pandanus, Canberra, Australia

Langfield, M. and Roberts, P.* (2005) Welsh Patagonians: The Australian Connection, pp. 1-398, Crossing Press, Australia

Vines, E. (2005) Streetwise Asia, A Practical Guide for the conservation and Revitalisation of Heritage Cities and Towns in Asia., pp. 1-53, UNESCO and the world bank, Bangkok

Book Chapters

Coté, J. (2005) Romancing the Indies: The literary construction of Tempo Doeloe. 1880-1930, Recalling the Indies: Colonial Culture & Postcolonial Identities, pp. 133-172, Aksant Academic Publishers, Netherlands

Coté, J. (2005) Memory and History, Community and Nation: Telling the Story of the Indisch Dutch in Australia, Recalling the Indies: Colonial Culture & Postcolonial Identities, pp. 9-27, Aksant Academic Publishers, Netherlands

Howe, R. (2005) The Spirit of Melbourne: 1960s Urban Activism in Inner-city Melbourne, Go! Melbourne: Melbourne in the Sixties, pp. 218-230, Melbourne Publishing Group Pty Ltd, Australia

Howe, R., Cregan, C.* and Grimshaw, P.* (2005) Migrant Women Workers and their Families in Victoria: Two Social Surveys, 1975 and 2001, Double Shift: Working Mothers and Social Change in Australia, pp. 70-85, Melbourne Publishing Group Pty Ltd, Australia

Lennon, J. (2005)The evolution of landscape conservation in Australia: reflections on the relationship of nature and culture, Iin J. Brown, N. Mitchell & M. Beresford (eds), The Protected Landscape Approach: Linking Nature, Culture and Community pp. 203-16, IUCN, Switzerland

Logan, W. (2005) Hoa Lo: A Vietnamese Approach to Conserving Places of Pain and Injustice, Culture, Place and Identity, pp. 152-160, University College Dublin Press, Ireland

Long, C. (2005) How we learned to love the city again, Suburban Fantasies: Melbourne Unmasked, pp. 1-19, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Australia

Long, C. (2005) Bringing the game into disrepute - moral panics in football in contemporary Melbourne, Suburban Fantasies: Melbourne Unmasked, pp. 174-191, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Australia

Long, C. and Shaw, K.* (2005) Introduction: Melbourne unmasked, Suburban Fantasies: Melbourne Unmasked, pp. 7-14, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Australia

Nichols, D. (2005) 'A Fresco that Can Be Lived': The Alternative Press in Melbourne in the 1960s, Go! Melbourne: Melbourne in the Sixties, pp. 231-244, Melbourne Publishing Group Pty Ltd, Australia

Ommundsen, W. (2005) Sleep No More: Ouyang Yu's Wake-up Call to Multicultural Australia, Culture, Identity, Commodity: Diasporic Chinese Literatures in English, pp. 231-251, Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, China

Ommundsen, W. (2005) Behind the Mirror: Searching for the Chinese-Australian Self, East by South: China in the Australasian Imagination, pp. 405-421, Victoria University Press, Wellington, New Zealand

Articles in Refereed Journals

Aitken, M., Bradford, C. and Massey, G.* (2005) Education, State and Agency in Dystopian Children's Texts, Papers: Explorations into Children's Literature, Vol 15, No 2, pp. 22-30, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

Bradford, C. (2005) 'They went home': Racialised spaces in contemporary picture books, Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Journal, Issue 1, 2005, pp. 86-95, University of Queensland, Australia

Dudek, D. (2005) Desiring Perception: Finding Utopian Impulses in Shaun Tan's The Lost Thing, Papers: Exploration of Children's Literature, Vol 15, No 2, pp. 58-66, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

Johnson, L. (2005) Stoking the fires of enquiry-Evelyn Stokes' contribution to Waikato and New Zealand geography, 1988-90, issue 61, pp. 92-93, Blackwell Publishers, The New Zealand Geographical Society Inc.

Langfield, M. (2005) Review of Canadian Migration Patterns from Britain and North America, The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, Vol 33, No 2, pp. 286-288, Routledge, United Kingdom

Logan, W. (2005) Museums, Community Identity and Urban Heritage, Queensland Review, Vol 12, No 1, pp. 27-35, University of Queensland Press, Australia

Logan, W. (2005) Pacific Affairs, Cultural Role of Capital Cities: Hanoi and Hue, Vietnam., Vol. 78, No. 4, pp. 559-575, University of British Columbia, Columbia

Mallan, K.*, Bradford, C. and Stephens, J.* (2005) New Social Orders: Reconceptualising Family and Community in Utopian Fiction, Papers: Exploration into Children's Literature, Vol 15, No 2, pp. 6-21, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia

Ommundsen, W. (2005) 'If it's Tuesday, this must be Jane Austen': Lterary tourism and the heritage industry, Text: The Journal of the Australian Assocation of Writing Programs, Vol 9, No 2, pp. 74-84, School of Arts, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, Australia

Ommundsen, W. (2005) Introduction: TEXT Special Issue: Literature and Public Culture, Text: The Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs, Vol 9, No 2, pp. 1-5, School of Arts, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, Australia

Young, L. (2005) Heritage interpretation is for people: putting visitors at the centre of interpretation planning, Historic Environment, Vol 18, No 3, pp. 16-20, Australia ICOMOS, Australia

Articles in Non-Refereed Journals

Bradford, C. (2005) Children's literature in the 'age of terrorism', Magpies: talking about books for children, Vol 20, No 1, pp. 20-22, Magpies Magazine Pty Ltd, Australia

Bradford, C. (2005) Editorial, Papers: Explorations into Children's Literature, Vol 15, No 1, pp. 3-4, School of Communication and Creative Arts, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia

Conference Papers

Barbara, J., Leach, M. and Walsh, L. (2005) Proceedings of the Politics of Recognition: Identity, Respect and Justice Conference, Proceedings of the Politics of Recognition: Identity, Justice, Respect Conference, pp. 1-276, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia, Australia

Bradford, C. (2005) Whiteness is All: Stuart Little and the American Dream, Adaption as a Strategy of Childrens Literature, pp. 92-103, Dept. of Comparative Literature and History of Literature, Plovdiv University and Letera Publishing House, Plovdiv, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Reimer, M.* and Bradford, C. (2005) Home, Homelessness, and Liminal Spaces: The Uses of Postcolonial Theory for Reading (National) Children's Literatures, Children's Literature Global and Local: Social and Aesthetic Perspectives, pp. 200-217, Novus Press, Oslo, Norway

Walsh, L. (2005) Globalisation, Internationalisation and the Recognition of Cultural Diversity in Australian Education during the 1990s, Proceedings of the Politics of Recognition: Identity, Justice, Respect Conference, pp. 266-276, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia, Australia

Reviews

Johnson, L. (2005) The encyclopedia of URNE, The encyclopedia of URNE, Cambridge University Press, United states of America

Langfield, M. (2005) Detention Centres: Australia, A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures in English, Edinburgh University Press Ltd, United Kingdom

Langfield, M. (2005) Ecumenical Migration Centre, The Encyclopedia of Melbourne, Cambridge University Press, New York, USA

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2004

Books and Book Chapters

Coté, J., with Loes Westerbeek (eds) Recalling the Indies: Kebudayaan Kolonial, Identitas Postkolonial, Syarikat, Yogykarta, 2004.

Coté, J., Aku Mau Feminism dan nationalisme: Surat-surat Kartini kepada Stella Zeehandelaar, 1899 - 1903, (Trans of: On Feminism and Nationalism, Kartini's letters to Stella Zeehandelaar, Monash Asia Institute, 1995) Translated: Ita Yulianto, Foreword: Goenawan Mohamad) IRP Press/Kompas Media, Yogyakarta, 2004.

Langfield, M. 'A Displaced Britishness: Welsh Patagonians in Canada and Australia', Darian-Smith, K., Grimshaw, P., Lindsey, K., Macintyre, S. (eds) Exploring the British World, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, 2004, pp.161-191.

Ommundsen, W., Cultural citizenship in diaspora: A study of Chinese Australia', in Wong S., Goh, R. (eds), Asian Diasporas: Cultures, Identities, Representation, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2004, 77-94.

Articles in refereed journals

Coté, J., 'A conglomeration of [...] often conflicting ideas": resolving the "native question" in Java and the Outer islands in the Dutch East Indies, 1900 - 1925.' Itinerario, no. 3/4, vol. 27, 2003 (2004), pp. 160 – 188.

Langfield, M., 'Voluntarism, Salvation and Rescue: British Juvenile Migration to Australia and Canada, 1890-1939', Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, Vol.32, No.2, May 2004, pp.86-114.

Logan, W., 'Voices from the Periphery: The Burra Charter in Context', Editorial Essay, Historic Environment, Vol. 18, No. 1, September 2004, pp. 2-8.

Ommundsen, W., 'Sex, soap and sainthood: Beginning to theorise literary celebrity', JASAL, vol. 3, 2004, 45-56.

Ommundsen, W. 'Floating lives: Cultural citizenship and the limits of diaspora', Life Writing, vol. 1. no.2, 2004, 101-21.

Articles in non refereed journals

Birtley, M , 'Eight keys to professional development', Insite, September-October 2004, p. 14.

Langfield, M., 'Analysing Holocaust Survivors' Testimonies', Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre News, December 2004, pp.13-14.


Conference papers

Coté, J., Colonial Designs: Thomas Karsten and Town planning in Indonesia, 1900 - 1940. Paper to ASAA Asian Studies Conference, July, 2004, ANU.

Coté, J., The Newness of Education: Writing the Educational History of Semarang. Paper to ISCHE History of Education Conference, Geneva, July, 2004.

Langfield, M., 'Lost worlds': Reflections on home and belonging in Jewish Holocaust survivor testimonies. Paper presented at the Place and Displacement in Jewish History and Memory, Zakor v'Makor, Conference organised and hosted by the Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies and Research, University of Cape Town, South Africa, in association with the AHRB Parkes Centre for the Study of Jewish/ non-Jewish Relations, University of Southampton, UK, 3-5 January 2005.

Langfield, M., Global heritage: responses and perspectives from the Northern Territory. Paper presented at the Australian Historical Association Biennial Conference, University of Newcastle, 5-9 July 2004.

Langfield, M., A displaced Britishness: Welsh Patagonians in Canada and Australia. Paper presented at the British World Conference 111, University of Melbourne 2-4 July 2004.

Logan, W., Museums, Community Identity and Urban Heritage . Cities and Museums Symposium, Brisbane 3 September 2004.

Maclean, P., Langfield, M., Re-envisaging Dreams and Nightmares in Holocaust Video Testimonies. Paper presented at the Australian Historical Association Biennial Conference, University of Newcastle, 5-9 July 2004.

Published Conference Papers

Logan, W. 'University Planning and Design under Confucianism, Colonialism, Communism and Capitalism: the Vietnamese Experience'. In Proceedings of the 11th International Planning History Society Conference 2004, 14-17 July 2004 Barcelona, IPHS, Barcelona, 2004, 12 pp. (published on CD)

Reviews in Refereed Journals

Langfield, M. Review of Keith Pescod, A Place to Lay My Head: Immigrant Shelters of Nineteenth Century Victoria, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, 2003, in Australian Journal of Irish Studies, volume 4, 2004.

Other Reviews

Ommundsen, W., Review of Nicholas Jose, The Red Thread: A Love Story, Otherland, 10, 2004. (http://www.ouyangyu.com.au/list.asp?id+145)

Ommundsen, W. 'Multicultural writing in Australia', introductory essay, AustLit: Australian Literature Gateway (http://www.austlit.edu.au/specialistDatasets/MW), 2004.

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2003

Books and Book Chapters

• Balderstone, S. and Logan, W. S., 'Vietnamese dwellings: tradition, resilience and change'. In R. Knapp (ed.), Asia's Old Dwellings: Tradition, Resilience and Change, OUP, Hong Kong, 2003.

• Birtley, M., 'The Churinga and the saint's finger: A question of ownership as well as access', Museum National, vol 11, no. 3, p. 18

• Cote, J "Towards an architecture of association: H.F. Tillema, Semarang and the construction of colonial modernirty" in P. Nas (ed), The Indonesian Town Revisited, Lit Verlag/ISEAS, Singapore, pp. 319 –347.

• Cote, J "Raden Ajeng Kartini" The experience and politics of colonial education" in Joyce Goodman and Jane Martin (eds) Gender, Colonialism and Education: The Politics of Experiecne, Woburn Press, London, pp. 199 – 224

• Long, C., 'The persistence of tradition in Laos'. In R. Knapp (ed.), Asia's Dwellings, OUP, Hong Kong 2003

• Nichols, D., The Go-Betweens (substantially updated reissue of 1997 book) Verse Chorus Press, Portland, ORE

• Rentschler R. (2003) 'The Museum of Contemporary Art: A not-for-profit cultural icon markets itself' in Kotler, P. Adam, S., Brown, L. , Armstrong, G. Principles of Marketing Sydney: Pearson Educational pp. 176-178.

• Rentschler, R. (2003) 'Museum Marketing: Understanding different types of audiences' in Kerrigan, F. (ed) Arts Marketing, Butterworth-Heinemann, London.

• Sweet, J., (2003), 'Introduction', Contemporary Australian Silver & Metalwork: 7th Biennial Ernest Leviny Commemorative Silver Exhibition, Buda Historic Home and Garden, Castlemaine.

Book Chapters/Case Studies in Books (foreign language edition)

• Rentschler R., (with Johanson, K.) (2003) 'The Dunedin Arts Employment Initiative', in Rentschler R., Shaping Culture, Chinese edition (Five Senses Arts Management: Taiwan).

Articles in refereed journals

• Birtley, M., Review of exhibition Rare Trades: Making things by hand in the digital age, Museum National (August 2003, forthcoming).

• Langfield, Review of James Jupp, From White Australia to Woomera The Story of Australian Immigration, Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 2002, in Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol. 38, No. 2, 2003, p.344.

• Langfield, M. 'A chance to bloom': female migration and Salvationists in Australia and Canada, 1890s to 1939, Australian Feminist Studies.

• Langfield, 'Gender blind? Australian Immigration Policy and Practice, 1901-1930', Journal of Australian Studies, No. 79, 2003, pp.143-152

• Long, C., 'Feudalism in the service of the revolution: Reclaiming heritage in Hue', Critical Asian Studies, 35: 4(2003), 535-558.

• Maclean, P and Langfield,M ' "Tinged by the Holocaust": gender, war and Jewish identities', Australian Journal of Jewish Studies, , vol. XVII, 2003, pp.88-111.

• Logan, W. S., 'Hoa Lo: a Vietnamese approach to preserving places of pain and injustice', Historic Environment vol. 17, 2003, pp. 27-31.

• Smith A. and W. Beck. 2003 The Archaeology of No-Man's-Land. Archaeology in Oceania Vol 38:63-74

• Ommundsen, W 'Too close to home: Evelyn Lau, Ouyang Yu and the performing self', in New Literatures Review, vol. 40, Winter 2003, 42-56.

• Ommundsen, W 'Tough ghosts: Modes of cultural belonging in diaspora', Asian Studies Review, vol. 27, no.2, 2003, 181-204.

Papers published in refereed conference proceedings

• Devlin-Glass, F., 'Postcolonial Imperatives in Representing the Indigenous Sacred: A Yanyuwa Case-Study' in Colette Rayment and Mark Levon Byrne (eds.), Seeking the Centre: 2001 Australian International Religion, Literature and the Arts Conference Proceedings, RLA Press, Sydney, 2002, pp.277-92.

• Langfield, M ' "Pommygrants and Immigrants": De-centring debates over Empire Settlement in Australia and Canada, 1919-1939'.Paper selected by British World Conference II organisers for inclusion in edited volume and submitted to Calgary University Press:

• Rentschler, R. 'Arts leaders entrepreneurship in non-profit performing arts organisations' 7th International conference on arts and cultural management, Milan, Italy, 29 June-2 July.

• Smith A. 2004 'Are The Earliest Field Monuments Of The Pacific Landscape Serial Sites?', Records of the Australian Museum Supplement 29 'A Pacific Odyssey' pp133-138

• Smith A. (forthcoming) 'Local and Global Heritage in the Pacific' Submitted for publication in proceedings of 'Diasporas and Contested Cultural Heritage' Visiting Scholars Program , Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, ANU, Canberra, 17 – 28 March, 2003

• Smith A. (in press). 'Levuka Fiji Islands. A case study in issues of heritage management in the Pacific region' in I. Lilley ed. Archaeology of Oceania: Australia and the Pacific Islands. Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology

Smith Anita and Marotta, Vince
• Protecting the Intangible in Australian Heritage Place Management. Submitted March 2003 to International Journal of Heritage Studies

Conference Papers:
• Birtley, M., Huddle, L., Riggs, A. and Wight, I., 'Out the Other Side: De-accessioning the Australian House Museum', presented at the national conference of Museums Australia, Perth, 29 May 2003.

• Birtley, M. 'Directions for the Future: National Collections Advisory Forum progress update', plenary presentation at the national conference of Museums Australia, Perth, 29 May 2003.

• Birtley, M and Manns, B 'A collaborative approach to training for personnel in Australia's Army museums'. The paper was presented by Mr Manns, Army History Unit, Canberra at an ICOM- ICTOP conference, Co-operation in museum professional training and career development, Ljubljana (Slovenia), September 2003.

• Langfield, M' "Pommygrants and Immigrants": De-centring debates over Empire Settlement in Australia and Canada, 1919-1939', paper presented at the BRITISH WORLD CONFERENCE II, 9-12 July 2003, organised by The Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London, UK, held at the University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

• Langfield, M 'Migrations to Fitzroy', paper presented to The Fitzroy History Society, Russian House, Gore Street, Fitzroy, 11 September 2003.

• Logan, W Intangible Heritage: A New Focus for Conservation. Values and Issues, Hanoi Architectural University National Training Workshop, Hue, 21-22 July 2003 (Invited Presentation).

• Logan, W Managing the Cultural Environment in Cities: New Ideas on Urban Conservation, International Conference on Environment and Urban Management, Soegijapranata Catholic University, Semarang, Indonesia, 1-2 August 2003 (Keynote Address) (NB. This paper was also given at a one-day workshop on Urban Conservation, Faculty of Architecture, Institute of Technology, Surabaja, Indonesia, 4 August 2003.)

• Logan, W Using the UNESCO Chair Program to build Educational Networks, 'World Heritage: Stepping towards the Future. Protection of the World Heritage and the University Education' Symposium, University of Tsukuba, Tokyo, Japan, October 2003 (Invited Presentation and Round Table Discussant).

• Logan, W 'The Future of Heritage Management in Victoria', 11th Workshop, Heritage Victoria, St Kilda Town Hall, 14 November 2003 (Facilitator of Session: 'Heritage Management across Victoria to 2010')

• Logan, W International Conference on Environment and Urban Management, Soegijapranata Catholic University, Semarang, Indonesia, 1-2 August 2003 (Keynote Address).

• Logan, W, 'Intangible Heritage', Hanoi Architectural University National Training Workshop, Hue, 21-22 July 2003 (Invited Paper).

• Long, C., 'Updating the Charters', Invited Presentaiton to the Postgraduate Workshop on Management of Heritage Sites, organised by Hanoi Architectural University and Hue Monuments Conservation Centre, Hue, Vietnam, July 2003.

• Ommundsen, W - ASAL (Association for the Study of Australia Literature) conference, Australian National University, Brisbane, July 2003. Presentation: 'Inside/Outside: Searching for the Chinese-Australian self'.

• Ommundsen, W - EASA (European Association for Studies on Australia) conference, University of Aveiro, Portugal, September 2003. Presentation: 'She'll be right, mate: Multiculturalism and the culture of benign neglect'.

• Ommundsen, W - Postcolonial Identities and Masks conference, University of Bergen, Norway, October 2003. Presentation: 'Behind the mirror: constructing the diasporic self in Chinese-Australian writing'.

• Ommundsen, W - moderator at a two-day postgraduate conference ('Postcolonial Literatures') at the University of Bergen. Keynote presentation, 'Floating Lives: Cultural Citizenship and the Limits of Diaspora'

• Rentschler, R. 'Arts leaders entrepreneurship in nonprofit performing arts organisations' 7th International conference on arts and cultural management, Milan, Italy, 29 June-2 July.

• Sweet, J., (2003) Interpretation Principles for the Art Museum, Art: Museums: Sites of Communication, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 17 March.

• Sweet, J., (2003) 'Ultra moderne' design in Australia: glass (and light) in the interwar years, The Art Deco World: an international conference at the V&A, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 26 April.

• Sweet, J., (2003) 'Lifting the Veil: Is there a crisis in heritage education?', Museums Australia National Conference, Perth, 27 May.

Guest Editing of Journals:
• Rentschler, R. 2003 Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society 5-6 Fall special issue on Arts and Entrepreneurship (forthcoming).

• Rentschler, R. (with Bennett, R.) 2003 Corporate Reputation Review special issue on non-profit organisations (forthcoming).

Research-based Consultancy Reports:
• G. Stokes, W. Logan, C. Long, and K. Gillen, Creating an Australian Democracy: Report to the Australian Heritage Commission, January 2003.

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2002

Balderstone, S. and Logan, W. S., 'Vietnamese dwellings: tradition, resilience and change', in R. Knapp (ed.), Asia's Dwellings, Oxford University Press, Hong Kong 2003 pp135-157.

Michele Langfield, ' "Filching the Argentine Colonists": The Encouragement of Patagonians to the Northern Territory in the Early Twentieth Century', Journal of Northern Territory History, no.13, 2002, pp. 33-47.

Michele Langfield and Pam Maclean, "But Pineapple I'm Still a Bit Wary Of": Sensory Memories of Jewish Women Who Migrated to Australia as Children, 1938-39' in A. James Hammerton and Eric Richards (eds), Speaking to Immigrants. Oral Testimony and the History of Australian Migration. Visible Immigrants: Six, History Program and Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies, Research School of Social Sciences, The Australian National University, Canberra 2002, pp. 83-109.

Logan, W. S. (ed.), The Disappearing 'Asian' City: Protecting Asia's Urban Heritage in a Globalizing World, Oxford University Press, Hong Kong (forthcoming) including:


'Introduction: Globalization, Cultural Identity and Heritage' (William S. Logan)
'Shanghai Reincarnated' (Susan Balderstone, Qian Fengqi and Zhang Bing)
'Vientiane, Laos: Lane Xang's Capital in the Age of Modernization and Globalization' (William Logan, Colin Long and Roz Hansen)
'Nagasaki, Japan's Window to the West: Protecting its Western Heritage' (Joseph G. Hajdu)
'Searching for Semarang: Nation, Urban Memory, and Cultural Heritage' (Joost Coté)
'Yangon, Myanmar: The Reinvention of Heritage' (Janette Philp and Than Than Nwe)
'The Golden Hanoi and Heritage Protection in Vietnam's Capital: Containing Cultural Globalization' (William S. Logan)
'Protecting Asia's Urban Heritage: The Way Forward' (Renate Howe & William S. Logan)

Long, C., 'The persistence of tradition in Laos'. In R. Knapp (ed.), Asia's Dwellings, Oxford University Press, Hong Kong (in press)

Long, C., 'A history of urban planning policy and heritage protection in Vientiane, Laos', Third World Planning Review

Ommundsen, W., 'From "Hello freedom" to "Fuck you Australia": Recent Chinese-Australian writing', in Xavier Pons, ed., Departures: How Australia Reinvents Itself, Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Victoria, 2002, 61-69.

Rentschler R., 'The Museum of Contemporary Art: A not-for-profit cultural icon markets itself' in Kotler, P., Adam, S., Brown, L., Armstrong, G., Principles of Marketing, Pearson Educational, Sydney, 2002

Rentschler R., The Entrepreneurial Arts Leader, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, 2002.

Rentschler R., (with Gilmore, A.), 'Services Marketing in Museums', International Journal of Arts Management, (forthcoming)

Rentschler R., (with Radbourne J., Carr R. and Rickard, J.), 'Relationship Marketing and Performing Arts Organisation Viability' in International Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing (forthcoming)

Rentschler R., 'Arts Marketing: The Age of Discovery' in Journal of Arts Management, Law and Society,

Rentschler R., (with Gilmore, A.), 'Changes in museum management: From a custodial emphasis to a marketing emphasis' in Journal of Management Development (forthcoming)

Smith A., 'A continuous sequence? Trochus shell artefacts in Lapita and post-Lapita assemblages from the Arawe islands, West New Britain province, Papua New Guinea'. In G. Clark, A. Anderson and T. Vunidilo (eds), The Archaeology of Lapita Dispersal in Oceania. Papers from the Fourth Lapita Conference, June 2000, Canberra:Pandanus Press pp.151 -159.

Smith, A., 2001. 'Shell midden analysis', in Tim Murray (ed), Encyclopedia of the History of Archaeology. Volume III, Santa Barbara, ABC CLIO, pp.1154 - 1159.

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2001


Balderstone, S., 'The Context of the Pella churches in terms of architectural planning principles derived from contemporary liturgy' in Walmsley, A. (ed.), Australians Uncovering Ancient Jordan: Fifty Years of Middle Eastern Archaeology, Research Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sydney and the Department of Antiquities of Jordan; pp. 121-130.

Birtley, M., 'Shaping Identities - The Challenge of Defining Museums', Museum National, February, pp. 6-7.

Birtley, M., 'Spring Cleaning the Collection', Gallery Messenger: The Bulletin of the Regional Galleries Association of Queensland, Issue 10, pp. 2-3.

Birtley, M., Sweet, J. & Brophy, C., A Study into the Key Needs of Collecting Institutions in the Heritage Sector, 2 volumes, pp. 1-510. Downloadable: http://www.amol.org.au/craft/publications/keyneeds/contents.asp

Coté, J., 'Administering the medicine: progressive education, colonialism and the state', History of Education (UK), vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 489 - 511.

Devlin-Glass, F., Bull, P., and Doyle, H. (contributing eds.), Ireland and Australia, 1798-1998: Studies in Culture, Identity and Migration, Crossing Press, Sydney.

Devlin-Glass, F., (editor and annotator), The Buln-buln and the Brolga by Joseph Furphy, Halstead Press, Sydney.

Hay, R., Lazenby, C., Lewis, N., Haig-Muir, M., and Mewett, P., 'Waverley Park: Whose social history?', Sporting Traditions, vol. 18, no. 1, November, pp. 1-17.

Langfield, M., 'A White Elephant in a White Australia? The Northern Territory, 1901-1920', Journal of Northern Territory History, no. 12, pp. 1-17.

Langfield, M., 'The White Elephant Laid to Rest? The Peopling of the Northern Territory in the Interwar Years', Journal of Northern Territory History, no. 12,
pp. 18-29.

Langfield, M., 'Gender equity yet? Migrant and refugee women speak out', Voices of a Twentieth Century Nation. Journal of the Oral History Association of Australia, no. 23.

Langfield, M. and Roberts, P., 'Welsh Patagonians' in James Jupp (ed), The Australian People: An Encyclopedia of the Nation, its People and their Origins, second edition, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 743-44.

Logan, W., 'Heritage Significance and the Intangible in Hanoi, Vietnam', Historic Environment , vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 46-55.

Logan, W., Editor's Introduction: Australian Cultural Heritage Professionals Working in Asia, Historic Environment, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 3-5.

McCredden, L., & Devlin-Glass, F., 'The Future of Feminist Spiritualities', Feminist Poetics of the Sacred, Creative Suspicions, Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 245-257.

McCredden, L., 'Between Worlds: Approaching the Indigenous Sacred in Australia', Feminist Poetics of the Sacred, Creative Suspicions, Oxford University Press, New York, USA, pp. 70-87.

McCredden, L. & Devlin-Glass, F., 'Inside and Outside the Traditions: The Changing Shapes of Feminist Spiritualities', Feminist Poetics of the Sacred, Creative Suspicions , Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 3-20.

McCredden, L., 'Public Symbol-making in Australia, Australian Literary Studies in the 21st Century': Proceedings of the 2000 ASAL Conference, The Association for the Study of Australian Literature, Tasmania, pp. 189-197.

Ommundsen, W., (ed) Bastard Moon: Essays on Chinese-Australian Writing, Otherland Publications, Melbourne.

Rentschler R., (with Wood G.), 'Cause Related Marketing: Can the Arts Afford not to Participate?', Services Marketing Quarterly vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 57-69.
Rentschler R., 'Is Creativity a Matter for Cultural Leaders?', International Journal of Arts Management, vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 13-24.

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