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DEEWR Category

:
(A1) refereed book; (B1) refereed book chapter;
(C1) refereed article; (E1) refereed conference paper etc

Percentage and type of contribution

The Judicious Collecting of Edward Stirling (1880-1914),
in Ferber and Wilde (eds), The Body
Divided
(Ashgate: 2012): forthcoming

B1

(with Michael Pickering)
(eds.), ‘'The Long Journey
Home': Perspectives on the Repatriation of Indigenous Human Remains
(Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2010). ISBN 978-1-84545-958-1

A3

Introduction, in Turnbull, Paul and Michael Pickering
(eds.). 'The Long Journey Home':
Perspectives on the Repatriation of Indigenous Human Remains
(Oxford:
Berghahn Books, 2010), pp. 1-11.

B1

'The Vermillion Accord and the Significance of the History
of the Scientific Procurement and Use of Indigenous Australian Bodily
Remains', in Turnbull, Paul and Michael Pickering (eds.). 'The Long Journey Home': Perspectives on
the Repatriation of Indigenous Human Remains
(Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2010),
pp. 117-134.

B1

Cook’s Hundred Days in Queensland, Queensland Historical
Atlas, 1 (2009-10), href="http://www.qhatlas.com.au/content/james-cooks-hundred-days-queensland">http://www.qhatlas.com.au/content/james-cooks-hundred-days-queensland,
2010

C1

“Aphrodite's Island: the European discovery of Tahiti.”, Journal of Pacific History, vol. 45,
3(2010), p. 375.

C2

100% Research and Writing

“Captain Cook: Voyager Between Two Worlds”, Australian Journal of Politics and History,
vol. 56, 3 (2010), pp. 465-6.

C2

100% Research and Writing

“Historians, Computers and the World-Wide-Web”, Australian
Historical Studies, 41, 2(2010): 131-148.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“The Chief Mourner’s Costume: Religion and Political
Change in the Society Islands, 1768-73'” in Howard Morphy and Michelle
Hetherington (eds.), Discovering Cook's Collections (Canberra: National
Museum of Australia, 2009), pp. 41-57.

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Colonies, Cults and Evolution: Literature, Science and
Culture in Nineteenth-Century Writing”, Journal
of British Studies
, vol. 48, 2 (2009), pp. 531-533.  

C2

100% Research and Writing

(with Mark Fallu) Beyond South Seas: Making History in
Networked Digital Technologies, Proceedings
of the eResearch Australasia Conference, Melbourne, 29 September - 3
October, 2008

E1

95% Research and Writing

“British Anthropological Thought in Colonial Practice,
1860-1880,” in B. Douglas and C. Ballard (eds.) Foreign Bodies: Race in Oceania. ANU E-Press:
2008, pp.202-38.

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Scientific
Theft of Remains in Colonial Australia”, Australian
Indigenous Law Review, 11, 1 (2007), pp. 92-104

C1

100% Research and writing

“Scientific Theft of Remains in Colonial Australia –
A Postscript”, Australian
Indigenous Law Review, 11, 2(2007), pp. 72-75

C1

100% Research and Writing

British Anatomists, Phrenologists and the Construction of
the Aboriginal Race, c. 1790-1830', History
Compass, 4 (2006), pp. 26-50.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“Alternatives to Pay-for-View: The Case for Open Access to
Historical Research and Scholarship”, in Cushla Kapitzke and Bertra, C. Bruce
(eds.), Libr@ries: Changing
Information Space and Practice (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates: Mahwah,
New Jersey and London, 2006), pp. 211-228.

B1

100% Research and Writing

* South Seas: Voyaging and Cross-Cultural Encounter,
1760-1832, http://southseas.nla.gov.au

Y2

100% Research and Writing

“The South Seas Project: an Open Historical Knowledge
Net”, in Craig Cole (ed.), Proceedings
of the 2001 Digital Arts Conference (Canberra: Australian Academy of
the Humanities, 2003), pp. work, 138-146.

E1

100% Research and Writing

Pictures of Health, an Australian History Web Project, in
V. Burton and D. Herr (eds), Computing
in the Social Sciences and Humanities , (Chicago: University of
Illinois Press, 2003): CD ROM media.

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Bursting Boundaries or Hypermedia Bubble?”: Networked
Hypermedia and Pacific History’, in Ewan Maidment (ed.), Papers on Digital Resources for
Pacific Islands Research Presented at the Millenial Conference of the Pacific
History Association, 29 June 2000 (Canberra: Pacific Manuscripts
Bureau, 2002), pp. 75-85.

E1

100% Research and Writing

(with Jane Hubert and Cressida Fforde) (eds.), The Dead and Their Possessions:
Repatriation in Principle, Policy and Practice
(Routledge: London, 2002).
ISBN 978-0-415-34449-4

A3

33% editorial work

“Indigenous Australian people, their Defence of the Dead
and Native Title”, in Jane Hubert, Cressida Fforde and Paul Turnbull (eds.), The Dead and Their Possessions:
Repatriation in Principle, Policy and Practice
(Routledge: London, 2002),
pp. 63-86.

C1

100% Research and Writing

Explorations
in Hypermedia: the South Seas Project, Archives
and Manuscripts, 30 (2002): 66-81.

C1

100% Research and Writing

Rare Work for the Professors: The Entanglement of
Aboriginal Remains in Phrenological Knowledge in Early Colonial Australia, in
Jeanette Hoorn and Barbara Creed (eds.), Body
Trade: Cannibalism, Captivity and Colonialism in the Pacific (Melbourne: Pluto Press, 2001), pp. 3-23.

B1

100% Research and Writing

Mai: the Other Beyond the Exotic Stranger, in Michelle
Hetherington (ed.), Cook
and Omai: the Cult of the South Seas (Canberra: National Library of
Australia, 2001), pp. 41-9

B1

100% Research and Writing

The Network and the Nation: the Development of National
Bibliographical Resources, in P. Cochrane (ed.), Remarkable Occurrences: the National Library of
Australia's First 100 Years, 1901-2001 (Canberra: National Library of
Australia, 2001), pp. 255-71.

B1

100% Research and Writing

Die Leichen-und Seelenfledderer, in Comparativ -Leipziger Beiträge
zur Universalgeschichte und vergleichenden Gesellschaftsforschung,
vol. 10 (2000) 5/6, pp. 46-54.

C1

100% Research and Writing

Repatriation, in Sylvia Klienert and Margo Neale (eds.), Oxford Companion to Aboriginal
Art and Culture (Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 35-6.

B1

100% Research and Writing

Australian Historians and the World-Wide-Web, Public History Review, 8
(2000), pp. 17-30

C1

100% Research and Writing

‘Learning to Understand: Western and Indigenous Sciences’,
in Paul Turnbull (guest editor), Humanities
Research 1(2000): Special Issue: Indigenous Knowledges, pp. 7-20.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“The Endeavour Project: Exploring Cross-Cultural History
in Hypermedia”, LASIE:
Library Automated Systems Information Exchange, vol. 31, 1(2000), pp.
37-44.

C1

100% Research and Writing

Savages Fossil and Recent: Gerard Krefft and the
Production of Racial Knowledge, ca. 1869-73, in Martin Crotty et. al. (eds.), Race for a Place (Newcastle: University of Newcastle, 2000), pp. 133-140.

E1

100% Research and Writing

“Enlightenment Anthropology and the Ancestral Remains of
Australian Aboriginal People, in Alex Calder et. al. (eds.), Voyages and Beaches: Pacific
Encounters, 1769 - 1840 (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1999),
pp. 202-225.”

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Phrenology”, in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Cartography and Mapping, 1780-1832”, in I. McCalman, et .
al . (eds.), The Oxford
Companion to the Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford:
Oxford University Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Evolutionary Theories”, in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Indigenous Peoples and Theories of Race”, in I. McCalman,
et . al . (eds.), The
Oxford Companion to the Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“John Hunter” in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Thomas Babington Macaulay”, in I. McCalman, et . al .
(eds.), The Oxford
Companion to the Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford:
Oxford University Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Utilitarianism” in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“William Lawrence”, in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Richard Owen”, in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Edmond Grant”, in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“William Wilberforce”, in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“David Hume”, in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University Press,
1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Edward Gibbon”, in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

“Matthew Boulton”, in I. McCalman, et . al . (eds.), The Oxford Companion to the
Romantic Age: British Culture 1776-1832 (Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1999).

B1

100% Research and Writing

''Outlawed Subjects'': The procurement and “Scientific
Uses of Australian Aboriginal Heads, ca. 1803-1835”, Studies in the Eighteenth Century, vol. 22, n.s. 1 (1998), pp.
156-71.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“Gibbon's Reputation as the English Voltaire”, in D.J.
Womersley and J.G.A. Pocock (eds.), Gibbon
Bicentennial Essays (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1997), pp. 279-308.

B1

100% Research and Writing

“’Jogging Memories’: Remembering British Post-War
Migration to Australia", Voices:
The Quarterly Journal of the National Library of Australia (Spring
1996), pp. 9-17.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“Electronic Publication in Australian History”, in The Future of Academic
Publishing: Proceedings of the 4th Australian Scholarly Academies Scholarly
Publication Forum, ed. J. McCalman (Canberra: Australian Academy of
the Humanities, 1996), pp. 99-112.

E1

100% Research and Writing

“The Australian History World Wide Web Project”, Crossings: Bulletin of the
International Australian Studies Association, vol. 1, 2 (1996), pp.
41-48.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“Conversational Scholarship in Cyberspace: the Evolution
and Activities of H-Net, the on-line Network for the Humanities”, Australian Universities Review,
vol. 39, 1 (1996), pp. 12-17.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“To What Strange Uses: the Procurement and Use of
Aboriginal Peoples' Bodies in Early Colonial Australia”, Voices: the Quarterly Journal of
the National Library of Australia, vol. 4, 3(1994), pp. 1-27.

B1

100% Research and Writing

(with Ian Clarke and Henry Reynolds) Sharing History: Key Issues, no.
4: Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation (Canberra: Australian
Government Publishing Service, 1994). pp. 50 ISBN 0644328460.

A2

100% Research and Writing

''’Ancestors, not Specimens': Aboriginal Remains in
Scientific Collections', Issues
in Aboriginal and Islander Studies: 4 (1993), pp. 1-31.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“Edward Gibbon and Pastor Allamand”, Journal of Religious History,
vol. 16, 3(1991), pp. 280-291.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“The Exchange between Edward Gibbon and Joseph Priestley”, British Journal for Eighteenth-Century
Studies, vol. 14, 2 (1991), pp. 139-158.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“Anatomy, Morphology and Aborigines: the Work of Edward
Pierson Ramsay and the Australian Museum, c. 1874 – 1900”, Aboriginal History, vol. 5
(1991), pp. 108-121. Note: revised version of Anatomy,
National Identity and Aboriginal Body Snatching in Nineteenth- Century
Australia. (London: Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of
London, Working Papers in Australian Studies, 1991) pp. 30 ISBN 85507 0340.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“A Forgotten Cosmology: William Hull and the Origins of
the Aborigines”, Australian
Historical Studies, vol. xiv (1990), pp. 207-219.

C1

100% Research and Writing

''Buffeted for Ancestral Sins': Gibbon's Writings on his
Childhood and Catholic Conversion”, Eighteenth
Century Life: Studies in the Eighteenth Century (1987) no. 6, pp.
18-35.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“A New Gibbon Letter of 1789: some discussion of its
significance”, Journal of
Religious History, 2(1984), pp. 213-225.

C1

100% Research and Writing

“The Supposed Infidelity of Edward Gibbon”, The Historical Journal,
vol. xxv, 1(1982), pp. 23-41.

C1

100% Research and Writing

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