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Books by CHCAP staff:
The Disappearing 'Asian' City
Hanoi: Biography of a City
Cultural Identity and Urban Change in Southeast Asia
An Archaeology of West Polynesian Prehistory
Yarrawarra Places, Making Stories
Feminist Poetics of the Sacred, Creative Suspicions
Samurai in the Surf
Recalling the Indies
Streetwise Asia: A Practical Guide for the Conservation and Revitalisation of heritage Cities and Towns in Asia
2005, 54 pages
Published jointly by UNESCO and the World Bank, with the support of Deakin University's Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific. This publication supports the Streetwise Asia Fund for Urban Heritage Conservation.
Author's Note & Acknowledgements
Streewise Asia Fund for Urban Heritage Conservation
2. Significance & Authenticity of Place
3. The Economics of Heritage
4. Developing a Conservation & Heritage Upgrade Strategy
5. Community Consultation, the Role of Local Communities & Heritage Education
6. Conservation & Maintenance of Individual Buildings & Sites
7. Planning & Legislative Protection
9. Corporate Responsibility
10. New Development in Heritage Areas
11. Streetscape Upgrades
12. Cultural Tourism
13. Interpretation & Public Art
14. Incentives & Financing Conservation
15. Case Studies
16. Management Strategy Checklist for Heritage Areas & Sites
17. Bibliography & Further Reading
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Welsh Patagonians - The Australian Connection
Michele Langfield and Peta Roberts
Published by Crossing Press
One hundred and fifty-one Welsh Patagonians migrated to Australia between 1910 and 1916. Almost the same number of Welsh had sailed to unknown Patagonia in 1865 to start their own self-sufficient colony along the Chubut River in southern Argentina. By the turn of the twentieth century, the Welsh in Patagonia numbered approximately 3000 but a ‘New Wales’ was not to be. Many were discontented and again searching for new homes, this time ‘under the British flag’. Indeed several regretted not having gone to a British colony in the first place. A magnet to a better life in Australia was the prospect of legal title to land. Largely migrating as groups, two ‘Welsh settlements’ were formed in the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area in New South Wales and in Moora-Miling, Western Australia, and others came to Darwin accompanied by two hundred Patagonians of other ethnic backgrounds.
This book traces the unique experiences of an almost complete group of immigrants, who were linked by kinship and other affiliations. Oral histories with sixty-three descendants, together with genealogical information spanning generations, are blended with library and archival research from four countries. Maps, photos and relational tables are included. The result is a fascinating story of the connections of these Welsh Patagonians to Australia.
Australian immigration encouragement policies are seen through their experiences, casting new light on the need to populate Australia and the nature of land settlement schemes in the early twentieth century.
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Hanoi: A Biography of a City
Winner of the International Planning History Society book prize
William S. Logan
2000, 304 pages,
hardback and paperback,
Univerity of New South Wales Press Ltd
Ideology, memory and heritage significance.
Thang Long, the ascending dragon:Pre-colonial Hanoi and the Chinese Imprint.
Hanoi: Building a capital for French Indochina
The Japanese interlude: Vietnamese resistance, French collaboration and collapse
Under American bombs: Hanoi during the Vietnam War
Red river, red city: Creating Hanoi's siocialist face.
Doi Moi and the reutrun of capitalism: Hanoi in the 1990s.
Creeping pluralism: Hanoi faces the new millenium
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The Disappearing 'Asian' City, Protecting Asia's Urban Heritage in a Globalizing World
William S. Logan (ed)
The Disappearing 'Asian' City, collection of thirteen case studies by authors expert in the heritage issues affecting Asia,
Globalization - is it, as many believe it to be, a wholly modern phenomenon? And is it an entirely Western force, one that inevitably turns cities into high-rise replicas of Los Angeles or New York in its march across the globe? The Disappearing 'Asian' City, a collection of thirteen case studies by authors expert in the heritage issues affecting Asia, both challenges and questions the assumption that globalization is anything new. Writing from historical and contemporary perspectives, the authors examine the responses of national and local administrations to the legacies of the many globalizing wavers - religious, trade, hegemonic - that have, in part, determined the built fabric of many Asian cities today.
How are decisions made about what to preserve and what to discard? Examining the complex political, religious, aesthetic, or economic reasons underlying the preservation, destruction, or adaptive re-use of a city's built heritage, the authors find the solutions as varied as the cultures themselves:
In Nagasaki, Japan, the meaning of 'Japanese' heritage has been redefined to include Western buildings interpreted and constructed by Japanese architects and craftsmen.
In Seoul, Korea, tangible reminders of the Japanese occupation years are relentlessly removed as the authorities seek to re?establish the geomantic harmony of the old city.
In Yangon, Myanmar, the military junta, harnessing the power of religious belief to bolster the legitimacy of its regime, preserves traditional temples and pagodas while wiping out place and street names that bear witness to a British colonial past.
Which solutions offer the best approach for a modern, globalizing world? What lessons can the West take from the Asian experience of preserving - or discarding - a multi-cultural past? The Disappearing 'Asian' City tackles these questions forcefully, comparing attitudes towards built heritage conservation throughout Asia, examining the policies formulated to address the impact of a global culture on its cities, and evaluating the strategies with which the various administrations arm themselves to face the possible 'Coca?colonization' of the world.
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Cultural Identity and Urban Change in Southeast Asia: Interpretative Essays
Marc Askew & William S. Logan (eds)
1994, 252 pages, paperback,
Published by Deakin University Press,
ISBN 0-949823 43 0
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Modernisation and the quest for modernity: architectural form, squatter settlements and the new society in Manila.
Hanoi townscape: symbolic imagery in Vietnam's capital.
Phnom Penh: defying man and nature
Bangkok: transformation of the Thai city
Traditional and recent aspects of the urban development of Chiang Mai, Thailand
Phuket: urban conservation versus tourism
Dizzy development, in Hua Hin: the effects of tourism on a Thai seaside town.
Bugis Street in Singapore: development, conservation and the reinvention of cultural landscape.
Post-independence Kuala Lumpur: heritage and the new city image.
Conservation of cultural settings: the case of Yogyakarta's inner city
Denpasar, Bali: triumph of the profane
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An Archaeology of West Polynesian Prehistory
Anita Smith is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific . Her work in Pacific archaeology began in the late 1980s in the Department of Archaeology at La Trobe University where Professor Jim Allen and Chris Gosclen were involved in the Lapita Homeland Project. She took part in two seasons of fieldwork excavating Lapita and post-Lapita assemblages in the Arawe Islands, Papua New Guinea in 1990 and 1991 under the direction of Chris Gosden and Jim Specht. This provided the data for her initial research investigating the technology of shell artefact manufacture and fuelled her interest in debates concerning the interpretation of Lapita assemblages. In 1992 she began the research for her PhD that forms the basis of this monograph
Published for the Centre for Archaeological Research and the Department of Archaeology and Natural History, the Australian National University by Pandanus Books
AN ARCHAEOLOGY OF WEST POLYNESIAN PREHISTORY publishes the results of this research. By assessing the evidence in a regional chronological framework Smith identifies major gaps between the expectations of the established model and the archaeological evidence suggesting that the association of Polynesian cultural origins with the post-colonisation period in West Polynesia may be unfounded. This has implications for current ideas about colonisation and cultural change in Remote Oceania and in particular lends support for a late model of East Polynesian colonisation.
Smith asks the question 'Does the early archaeological evidence from West Polynesia support a model of Polynesian cultural origins in the homeland of West Polynesia around 2500 BP?' According to the established cultural chronology for the region, changes should be apparent in the early archaeological evidence indicating the emergence of an Ancestral Polynesian society~ Drawing on debates about the nature of Lapita and the chronology of East Polynesian colonisation, Smith investigates the relationship between the expectations of this model and published evidence from securely dated West Polynesian sites.
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Yarrawarra Places, Making Stories, 2002
Anita Smith (researcher and co-author)
Published by the Yarrawarra Aboriginal Corporation and the University of New England, 2002
ISBN 1 86389 792 5
Book five in a series of books about Aboriginal people and places on the mid-north coast, New South Wales.
An Australian Research Council Collaborative Research Grant between Yarrawarra Aboriginal Corporation and the University of New England.
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Feminist Poetics of the Sacred, Creative Suspicions
Frances Devlin-Glass & Lyn McCredden,
2001, Paperback, 256 pages
Oxford University Press
Inside and Outside the Traditions: The Changing Shapes of Feminist Spiritualities, Frances Devlin-Glass and Lyn McCredden
Part I . The Politics and Poetics of the Sacred
1. The Goddess Returns: Ecofeminist Reconfigurations of Gender, Nature, and the Sacred
2. Black Truth, White Fiction: The Recognition of Aboriginal Women’s Rites
3. Between Worlds: Approaching the Indigenous Sacred in Australia
Part II.Interrogating “Matriarchy”
4. “Inanna and the Huluppu Tree”: An Ancient Mesopotamian Narrative of Goddess Demotion
5. The Sovereignty as Co-Lordship: A Contemporary Feminist Rereading of the Female Sacred in the Ulster Cycle
Part III . Interrogating Patriarchy
6. Between the Tariqa and the Shari’a: The Making of the Female Self
7. “Merely a Love Poem”? Common Sense, Suspicion, and the Song of Songs
8. Mother, Maiden, Child: Gender as Performance in The Book of Margery Kempe
9. Helen and Hermes’ Conceit
10. The Heavenly Woman and the Dragon: Rereadings of Revelation 12
11. Working with Greek Mythology: A Journey through Images
12. The Future of Feminist Spiritualities
Frances Devlin-Glass and Lyn McCredden
Samurai in the Surf
The Arrival of the Japanese on the Gold Coast in the 1980s, Pandanus Books 2005. Pandanus Books can be contacted on (02) 6125 3269
Recalling the Indies
Joost Coté and Loes Westerbeek (eds)
Recalling the Indies: Kebudayaan Kolonial dan Identitas Poskolonial, Syarikat, Yogyakarta, 2004
The English language edition will be published early in 2005.
In addition, look out for an Indonesian translation of: J. Cote (editor and and translator) On Feminism and Nationalism: Kartini's letters to Stella Zeehandelaar, 1899 - 1903, Monash Asia Institute, 1995, 2nd edition will be published in 2005: Aku mau ... Feminisme dan Nasionalisme: surat-surat kartini kepada stella zeehandelaar, 1899 - 1903 (Trans Vissia Ita Yulinato, Foreword: Goenawan Mohammmad) IRB Press/Kompas Media, Jakarta, 2004.
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.
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.
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)
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.
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.
• 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.
• 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
• 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.
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.
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.
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.
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