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Research Output for Donald M Gibb

Note: The 2012, 2013, 2014 publications have not been audited.

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Publications

2007 School of History, Heritage and Society

Gibb, Donald and Warmington, S.* (2007) Visions of a village : Canterbury shops and shopping 1880s-1990s and beyond, Canterbury History Group, Canterbury, Vic. [A2]
DRO entry for this publication

2002 School of Social and International Studies

Hay, Roy, Lowe, David, Gibb, Donald and Anderson, Bill* (2002) Breaking the mould - Deakin University, the first twenty-five years, Deakin University, Geelong, Vic. [A2]
DRO entry for this publication

1999 School of Australian and International Studies

Gibb, D. (1999) Book Review - Geraldine McFarlane, Voices of Camberwell Alamein to North Balwyn, Camberwell Historical Society Newsletter, p. 6, Camberwell Historical Society, Camberwell, Melbourne [M]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

1998 School of Australian and International Studies

Gibb, D. (1998) "Gowrie, V.C. by John Blanch", pp. 4-190, Barbara Blanch, Melbourne [A7]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

1997 School of Australian and International Studies

Gibb, D. (1997) 'Main Street' in Melbourne Suburban Histories, "Images of the Urban, Conference Proceedings", pp. 24-33, Sunshine Coast University College, Maroochydore [E1]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

1996 School of Australian and International Studies

Gibb, D. (1996) Shorter Reviews and Notices, Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 0, no. 0, p. 95, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane [C4]
ERA journal ID: Not matching ERA journal list
no DRO entry yet for this publication

1995 School of Australian and International Studies

Gibb, D. and Warmington, S.* (1995) "Visions of a Village, Canterbury Shops and Shopping 1880s - 1990s", Cantebury History Group, Melbourne [A2]
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Gibb, D. (1995) "Review of Weary, The life of Weary Dunlop", Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 0, no. 0, pp. 91-92, La trobe University Press, Melbourne [C4]
ERA journal ID: Not matching ERA journal list
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Gibb, D. (1995) Short Reviews and Notices, Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 0, no. 0, pp. 105-108, La Trobe University Press, Melbourne [C4]
ERA journal ID: Not matching ERA journal list
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Gibb, D. (1995) Short Reviews and Notices, Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 0, no. 0, pp. 98-100, La Trobe University Press, Melbourne [C4]
ERA journal ID: Not matching ERA journal list
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Gibb, D. (1995) Short Reviews and Notices, Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 0, no. 0, p. 99, La Trobe University Press, Melbourne [C4]
ERA journal ID: Not matching ERA journal list
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Gibb, D. (1995) Review of Ned Kelly Reconsidered, Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 0, no. 0, p. 97, La Trobe University Press, Melbourne [C4]
ERA journal ID: Not matching ERA journal list
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Gibb, D. (1995) "Review of Beverley Kingston:Basket, Bag and Trolley, A History of Shopping in Australia", Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 0, no. 0, p. 103, La Trobe University Press, Melbourne [C4]
ERA journal ID: Not matching ERA journal list
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Gibb, D. (1995) Review of The Cream Brick Frontier Histories of Australian Suburbs, Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 0, no. 0, p. 89, La Trobe University Press, Melbourne [C4]
ERA journal ID: Not matching ERA journal list
no DRO entry yet for this publication

Grants and Consultancies

No grants and/or consultancies found or audited – the 2014 HERDC financial return has not been completed or loaded as yet.

Higher Degree by Research Completions supervised by Donald M Gibb

No completions found or audited.

Legend:
* Not a member of Deakin University at time of output.

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23rd July 2011