Dr Tanya Evans, Director
T Evans (2017) Family History, in David Dean (ed.) Companion to Public History, Wiley Blackwell Companion (accepted April 2016).
T Evans (ed) (2016) Swimming with the Spit: 100 Years of the Spit Amateur Swimming Club, New South.
T Evans (2016) Swimming with the Spit: Feminist oral sport history and the process of ‘sharing authority’ with twentieth-century female swimming champions in Sydney, The International Journal of the History of Sport, pp. 1-20.
T Evans (2015) Fractured Families: Life on the margins in colonial New South Wales, New South, Sydney.
T Evans (2015) ‘Who do you think you are?’ Historical television consultancy, Australian Historical Studies, Autumn 2015.
T Evans Family history, public history and identity: Writing a history of the Benevolent Society in its 200th year, Special Issue of Journal of Australian Studies, June 2013.
T Evans, P Thane (2012) Sinners? Scroungers? Saints? Unmarried motherhood in twentieth-century England, Oxford University Press.
T Evans (2012) The use of memory and material culture in the history of the family in colonial Australia, Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 36, no. 2, June 2012.
T Evans (2011) Secrets and Lies: The radical potential of family history, History Workshop Journal.
T Evans (2005) Unfortunate Objects: Lone mothers in eighteenth-century London, Palgrave Macmillan.
Associate Professor Shawn Ross, Deputy Director
A Sobotkova, S Ross, B Ballsun-Stanton, A Fairbairn, J Thompson and P VanValkenburgh (2016) Measure twice, cut once: cooperative deployment of a generalised, archaeology-specific field data collection system. In EW Averett, JM Gordon, and DB Counts (Eds.), Mobilizing the Past: Recent approaches to archaeological fieldwork in the Digital Age. University of North Dakota Digital Press.
J Clark, S Ross, S Brawley, L Ford, C Dixon, S Upton (2015) History on Trial: The standards environment, the history discipline and proof of successful learning and teaching through audit and accreditation. Teaching & Learning Inquiry: The ISSOTL Journal 3.2: 89-105.
S Ross, B Ballsun-Stanton, A Sobotkova, P Crook (2015) Building the Bazaar: Enhancing archaeological field recording through an open source approach. In B. Edwards and A. Wilson (eds), Open Source Archaeology pp 111-129. Warsaw, Poland: Versita.
S Brawley, J Clark, S Ross, L Ford, C Dixon (2013) Learning outcomes assessment and history: TEQSA, the After Standards Project and the QA/QI challenge in Australia. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 12.1: 20-35.
S Connor, S Ross, A Sobotkova, A Herries, S Mooney, C Longford, I Iliev (2013) Environmental conditions in the Southeast Balkans since the Last Glacial Maximum and their influence on the spread of agriculture into Europe. Quaternary Science Reviews 68: 200-215.
S Ross, A Sobotkova, B Ballsun-Stanton, P Crook (2013) Creating eResearch tools for archaeologists: The Federated Archaeological Information Management Systems project. Australian Archaeology 77: 107-119.
S Ross, A Sobotkova, S Connor, I Iliev (2010) An interdisciplinary pilot project in the environs of the ancient city of Kabyle, Bulgaria. Archaeologia Bulgarica 14.2: 69-85.
S Ross, A Sobotkova, G-J Burgers (2009) Remote sensing and archaeological prospection: A case study from Apulia, Italy. Journal of Field Archaeology 34.4: December: 423-437.
S Ross (2009) Homer as History: Greeks and others in a Dark Age. In Kostas Myrsiades (ed) Reading Homer: Film and text, Madison, NJ: Farleigh Dickinson University Press, pp. 21-57.
S Ross (2005) Barbarophonos: Language and Panhellenism in Homer. Classical Philology 100.4: 299-316.
Dr Mark Hearn, Deputy Director
M Hearn (2017) Organising Union, Transport workers face the challenge of change: a history of the Transport Workers Union NSW Branch, 1989-2013. Melbourne University Publishing.
M Hearn (2016) ‘Compelled by the circumstances of our time and situation’: Alfred Deakin’s 1907 defence statement as narrative of fin de siècle acceleration’, accepted for publication in History Australia No.4.
M Hearn (2016) Broadcasting Disruption’, in Michelle Arrow, Jeannine Baker and Clare Monagle (eds), Small Screens: Essays on Contemporary Australian Television, Monash University Publishing, Melbourne.
M Hearn, I Tregenza (2014) ‘The maximum of good citizenship’: citizenship and nation building in Alfred Deakin’s post-Federation speeches in John Uhr and Ryan Walter (eds), Australian Political Rhetoric, ANU e-Press.
M Hearn, H Knowles (2011) Representative lives? Biography and labour history, Labour History, No.100.
M Hearn (2007) Writing the nation in Australia: Australian historians and narrative myths of nation, in Stefan Berger (ed) National Histories – A Global Perspective, Palgrave MacMillan.
M Hearn (2006) Securing the Man: Narratives of Gender and Nation in the Verdicts of Henry Bournes Higgins’, Australian Historical Studies No.127 April.
M Hearn, R. Lansbury (2006) Reworking citizenship: Renewing workplace rights and social citizenship in Australia, Labour and Industry Vol. 17 No.1.
M Hearn, G Patmore (eds) (2001) Working the Nation, Working life and Federation, 1890-1914. Pluto Press.
M Hearn, H Knowles (1996) One big union, a national history of the Australian Workers Union, 1886-1994, Cambridge University Press.
Dr Rowan Tulloch
R Tulloch (2014) Reconceptualising gamification: play and pedagogy. Digital Culture & Education, 6(4).
R Tulloch (2014) The construction of play rules, restrictions, and the repressive hypothesis. Games and Culture, 9(5), 335-350.
M Hitchens, R Tulloch, A Ruch (2012) A Cross-disciplinary approach to degree programs in video games. Asian Social Science, 8(14), 49.
R Tulloch (2010) A man chooses, a slave obeys: agency, interactivity and freedom in video gaming. Journal Of Gaming & Virtual Worlds, 2(1), 27-38.
Associate Professor Michelle Arrow
M Arrow, C Freyne, T Nicastri (2013) Public Intimacies: The Royal Commission on Human Relationships, Podcast. Radio National’s Hindsight Program, broadcast Sunday 28 April 2013.
M Arrow (2011) The Making History initiative and Australian popular history,’ Rethinking History 15, no. 2: 153-174.
M Arrow (2011) Broadcasting the Past: Australian Television Histories,’ History Australia 8, no. 1: 223-246.
M Arrow (2009) Friday on our minds: Popular culture in Australia since 1945, UNSW Press, Sydney.
M Arrow (2007) ‘That history should not have ever been how it was’: Reality television and Australian history, In Ken Dvorak and Julie Taddeo (eds) Film and History 37, no. 1 (2007): 54-66.
M Arrow, M Spongberg (eds) (2007) ‘It has become my personal anthem’: ‘I Am Woman’, Popular Culture and Seventies Feminism, Australian Feminist Studies 22, no. 53 (2007): 213-230.
M Arrow (2007) ‘The most sickening piece of snobbery I have ever heard’: Race, radio listening, and the “Aboriginal Question” in Blue Hills, Australian Historical Studies 130: 244-260.
M Arrow (2006) ‘I want to be a television historian when I grow up!’ On being a rewind historian, Public History Review 12.
M Arrow (2005) ‘Everything stopped for Blue Hills’: Radio, memory and Australian women’s domestic lives 1944-2001, Australian Feminist Studies 20, no. 48: 305-318
M Arrow (2002) Upstaged: Australian women dramatists in the limelight at last, Currency Press and Pluto Press, Sydney.