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Appendix 7 - Research and professional activities (page two)

N-P

NEALE, MARGO

Committees:
Member, Selection Committee, The Prime Minister's Prize for Australian History, 2008.
Publications:
Utopia: The Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye (editor), National Museum of Australia Press, Canberra, 2008.
'Introduction', in Utopia: The Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye, National Museum of Australia Press, Canberra, 2008.
'Marks of meaning: The genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye', in Utopia: The Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye, National Museum of Australia Press, Canberra, 2008.
'Preface', in E Childs, New Beginnings: Classic Paintings from the Corrigan Collection of 21st Century Aboriginal Art, McCulloch & McCulloch Australian Art Books, Melbourne, 2008.
'The art world of Utopia meets the blade runner world of Tokyo', Friends Magazine, vol. 9, no. 3, September 2008.
'Emily comes home: The National Museum of Australia has brought its internationally acclaimed touring exhibition Utopia: The Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye', Capital Magazine, issue 36, Canberra, September–October 2008.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Politics of visibility II — Placing Emily', paper presented at the Emily: 'Why do those fellas paint like me ...?' forum, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, August 2008.
Discussant, 'Emily: The Possible Modernist', public conversation with John McDonald, facilitated by Virginia Trioli, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, September 2008.
Discussant, Janet on the Spot, public conversation with Janet Holmes à Court, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, September 2008.
Presenter with Andrew Pike OAM, screening of the documentary Emily in Japan, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, September 2008.
'Pat Hoffie an artist for all seasons', paper presented at launch of exhibition and book, Fully Exploited Labour, University of Queensland Art Museum, Queensland University, Brisbane, October 2008.
'Lockhart River Gang', paper presented at exhibition launch, Hyatt Hotel, Canberra, September 2008.
'Images as history', workshop session delivered as part of the Writing Indigenous History Workshop Programme, The Australian National University, Canberra, October 2008.
'From the bush to the city: The journey of Aboriginal art', lecture delivered as part of the Public Lecture series, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, May 2009.

NEWELL, JENNY

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Spirits in wood and stone: Exploring carving in Oceania', public talk delivered in conjunction with the Gods, Ghosts and Men exhibition, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, January 2009.
'The Pacific and the National Museum of Australia', paper presented to the Australia and the Changing Pacific workshop, Alfred Deakin Institute, Geelong, February 2009.
'The treasures in the storeroom: Society Islands collections in world museums', paper presented at the 11th Pacific Science Inter-congress, Papeete, Tahiti, March 2009.
'No presence in the case: Looking for Tahiti in world museums', paper presented at From Collections to Exhibitions: National Museum of Australia Collections Symposium, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, March 2009.

NINK, KIPLEY

Publications:
'Of gifts and friendships: A Mornington Island headdress', Friends Magazine, vol. 20, no. 1, March 2009.
'Beyond the Museum: Asmat bisj-poles gain new meaning in a Papuan refugee protest in Melbourne', Inside Indonesia, issue 94, October–December 2008.

NUGENT, MARIA

Publications:
'Mapping memories: Oral history for Aboriginal cultural heritage in New South Wales, Australia', in P Hamilton & L Shopes (eds), Oral History and Public Memories, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, 2008.
Book review, Forgetting Aborigines, in reCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia, vol. 4, no. 1, 2009.
'Emma Timbery, shellworker', Dictionary of Australian Artists Online, www.daao.org.au.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Remembering dispossession: The case of Queen Victoria's gift and the lost deeds', paper presented at Legacies 09, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, February 2009.
'Place, time and violence in E Phillips Fox's painting The Landing of Captain Cook at Botany Bay, 1770', paper presented at Australian Historical Association Conference, University of Melbourne, July 2008.
'The benevolent gesture in E Phillips Fox's history painting', paper presented at Visualising the Past Symposium, Monash University, Melbourne, December 2008.
'Writing Captain Cook Was Here', paper presented at Writing Captain Cook symposium, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, May 2009.
'Where are the missing deeds? Australian Aboriginal remembrance about land, loss and Queen Victoria', seminar delivered to History Program, The Australian National University, Canberra, 28 May 2009.

OAKMAN, DANIEL

Publications:
Book review, Turning Points in Australian History, in Canberra Times, 18 October 2008.
Book reviews, The Dreaming and Other Essays and An Appreciation of Difference: W.E.H. Stanner and Aboriginal Australia, in Canberra Times, 14 March 2009.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Representing the city: The Creating a Country gallery at the National Museum of Australia', paper presented at the International Council of Museums: City Museums and the Future of the City Conference, Seoul Museum of History, Seoul, Korea, October 2008.

OGDEN, JULIE

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Indigenous publishing and cultural clearance: Challenges for National Museum of Australia Press', paper presented at the Independent Group of Publishing Libraries biennial meeting, Museum of Modern Art, New York, June 2009.

PICKERING, MICHAEL

Committees:
Member, Editorial Board, reCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia.
Member, Editorial Board, Museum Management and Curatorship.
Member, Expert Panel on 'Collections Law', Collections Council of Australia.
Publications:
'Antipodean views of Darwin's theory and its philosophical evolution', book review of Darwin's Armada: How Four Voyagers to Australasia Won the Battle for Evolution and Changed the World and Evolution in the Antipodes: Charles Darwin and Australia, in Canberra Times, 11 April 2009.
'Vaka Moana', Friends Magazine, vol. 20, no. 1, March 2009.
Book review, International Law, Museums and the Return of Cultural Objects, in reCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia, vol. 4, no. 1, 2009.
'Darwin in Australia', Australian Heritage, Autumn, 2009.
'Darwin and Australia', Unleashed, 12 February 2009.
'Darwin', Friends Magazine, vol. 19, no. 4, December 2008.
'Lost in translation, Borderlands E-journal, vol. 7, no. 2, 2008.
'Introduction', in Charles Darwin: An Australian Selection, National Museum of Australia Press, Canberra, 2009.
'Indigenous glass art and the 1967 Referendum', Friends Magazine, vol. 19, no. 3, September 2008.
'Voyages of the Pacific ancestors: Vaka Moana', Capital: Culture Art Society and Life in Canberra, no. 40, May–June 2009.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Repatriation at the National Museum of Australia', lecture delivered to the Museums and Collections program, Museum Management Course, The Australian National University, Canberra.
'The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program at the National Museum of Australia', lecture delivered to the Museums and Collections program, Museum Management Course, The Australian National University, Canberra.

R-Z

ROBIN, LIBBY

Committees:
Convenor, Australian and New Zealand Environmental History Network.
Member, International Scientific Program Committee, World Congress on Environmental History (WCEH2009, Copenhagen, Denmark).
Book Reviews Editor and Board Member, Historical Records of Australian Science.
Member, National Committee for the History and Philosophy of Science, Australian Academy of Science.
Member, International Advisory Board, Center for Art+Environment, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, United States.
Member, Editorial Board, Environment and History.
Member, Advisory Board, Gippsland Heritage Journal.
Member, Editorial Board, Australian Humanities Review.
Member, Commonwealth Working Party, Australian Dictionary of Biography.
Member , Editorial Board, Transforming Cultures.
Member, National Common Names Committee (Birds Australia).
Publications:
L Robin & MA Smith, Australia Revisited, special issue of Environment and History, vol. 14, no. 2, 2008.
L Robin, R Heinsohn & L Joseph (eds), Boom and Bust: Bird Stories for a Dry Country, CSIRO, Melbourne, 2009.
'Emu: National symbols and ecological limits', in L Robin, R Heinsohn & L Joseph (eds), Boom and Bust: Bird Stories for a Dry Country.
L Robin & M Smith, 'Introduction: Boom and bust', in L Robin, R Heinsohn & L Joseph (eds), Boom and Bust: Bird Stories for a Dry Country.
L Robin & L Joseph, 'The boom and bust desert world: A bird's eye view', in L Robin, R Heinsohn & L Joseph (eds), Boom and Bust: Bird Stories for a Dry Country.
L Robin, K Sherren, A Klovdahl, L Butler & S Dovers, 'Collaborative research on sustainability: Myths and conundrums of interdisciplinary departments', Journal of Research Practice, vol. 5, no. 1, 2009.
'Battling the land: Environment and identity in settler Australian society', PAN (Philosophy, Activism, Nature), June 2009.
'Conservation and preservation', in A Iriye & P-Y Saunier (eds), Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 2009.
'Denmark's prehistory: A new exhibition', Friends Magazine, vol. 19, no. 4, December 2008.
Book review, Global Environmental History, in Environment and History, vol. 15, no. 2, May 2009.
Book review, The Collectors of Lost Souls: Turning Kuru Scientists into Whitemen, in Historical Records of Australian Science, vol. 20, no. 1, June 2009.
Book review, Conservation is our Government Now, in Environment and History, vol. 15, no. 1, February 2009.
L Robin, M Hewetson, L Joseph et al., 'A history of Australian ornithology', Hindsight (ABC Radio National), 1 March 2009 and online.
'Pelican stories for the future', Ockham's Razor (ABC Radio National), 26 April 2009 and online.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Dead museum animals: From "order of nature" to chaos of culture', paper presented at the From Collections to Exhibitions: National Museum of Australia Collections Symposium, National Museum of Australia, March 2009.
'Troubled landscapes', paper presented at A Troubled Landscape: Climate Change and Australian Identity forum, Canberra Museum and Gallery, Canberra, February 2009.
'Loving country and battling land', paper presented at Home and Away — Writing about Place colloquium, National Library of Australia, Canberra, October 2008.
L Robin & M Martin, 'Desert channels: The impulse to conserve', paper presented at Violent Ends: The Arts of Environmental Anxiety multimedia event, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, June 2009.
'Resilience art', paper presented at Violent Ends: The Arts of Environmental Anxiety multimedia event, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, June 2009.
'"He can't fly but I'm telling you": The emu in the Australian imagination', keynote address delivered at Antipodean Animals, Conference of the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London, July 2008.
'Producing biodiversity: A new chapter in the history of Australia's desert lands', paper presented at the 3rd Southern Deserts Conference, Climate Change and the Peopling of the Southern Deserts, Kalahari Desert, South Africa, September 2008.
'Trans-Tasman environmental history', Massey Fellowship Lecture, Massey University, New Zealand, November 2008.
'New paradigms for desert lands', paper presented at Sciences and Natures (Performing Nature at World's End conference series), University of Melbourne, December 2008.
Co-convenor and presenter, 'Environmental history beyond the ivory tower', International PhD Workshop in Environmental History, Fenner School and National Museum of Australia, Canberra, October 2008.

SCHAMBERGER, KAREN

Publications:
K Schamberger, K Wehner, M Sear, J Wilson et al., 'Living in a material world: Object biography and transnational lives', in D Deacon, P Russell & A Woollacott (eds), Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World, ANU E-Press, Canberra, 2008.

SEAR, MARTHA

Publications:
M Sear, K Schamberger, K Wehner, J Wilson et al., 'Living in a material world: Object biography and transnational lives', in D Deacon, P Russell & A Woollacott (eds), Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World, ANU E-Press, Canberra, 2008.

SMITH, MIKE

Committees:
Fellow, Australian Academy of the Humanities.
Fellow, Society of Antiquaries, London.
Fellow, Royal Society of South Australia.
Member, Centre for Archaeological Research, The Australian National University.
Member, Australian Archaeological Association.
Member, Australian Institute of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies.
Member, Australasian Quaternary Association.
Adjunct Professor, Fenner School of Environment and Society, The Australian National University.
Co-editor and Member, Editorial Board, ReCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia.
Member, Advisory Board, Australian Desert Expeditions.
Conference Convenor, 3rd Southern Deserts Conference, Climate Change and the Peopling of the Southern Deserts, Kalahari Desert, South Africa, September 2008.
Publications:
MA Smith & L Robin, Australia Revisited, special issue of Environment and History, vol. 14, no. 2, 2008.
'Late quaternary landscapes in Central Australia: Sedimentary history and palaeoecology of Puritjarra rock shelter', Journal of Quaternary Science, 16 February 2009.
MA Smith, A Watchman & J Ross, 'Direct dating indicates a mid-Holocene age for archaic rock engravings in arid Central Australia', Geoarcheology: An International Journal, vol. 24, no. 2, 2009.
'Genyornis: Last of the dromornithids', in L Robin, R Heinsohn & L Joseph (eds), Boom and Bust: Bird Stories for a Dry Country, CSIRO, Melbourne, 2009.
M Smith & L Robin, 'Introduction: Boom and bust', in L Robin, R Heinsohn & L Joseph (eds), Boom and Bust: Bird Stories for a Dry Country.
MA Smith & J Ross, 'What happened at 1500–1000 BP in Central Australia? Timing, impact and archaeological signatures', The Holocene: A Major Interdisciplinary Journal Focusing on Recent Environmental Change, vol. 18, no. 3, 2008.
MA Smith, A Williams, CM Santoro & C Latorre, 'The impact of the Enso in the Atacama Desert and Australian arid zone: Exploratory time-series analysis of archaeological records', Chungara: Revista de Antropología Chilena, vol. 40 (special issue), 2008.
MA Smith, A Williams, C Turney & ML Cupper, 'Human– environment interactions in Australian drylands: Exploratory time-series analysis of archaeological records', The Holocene: A Major Interdisciplinary Journal Focusing on Recent Environmental Change, vol. 18, no. 3, 2008.
MA Smith & J Ross, 'Glen Thirsty: The history and archaeology of a desert well', Australian Archaeology, vol. 66, 2008.
MA Smith & L Robin, 'Australian environmental history: Ten years on', Environment and History, vol. 14, no. 2, 2008.
Exhibition review, Charles Darwin — Voyages and Ideas that Shook the World, in reCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia, vol. 4, no. 1, April 2009.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Australia's deserts and drylands: A history of ideas and research', paper presented at the 3rd Southern Deserts Conference, Climate Change and the Peopling of the Southern Deserts, Kalahari Desert, South Africa, September 2008.
MA Smith, A Williams, CM Santoro, & C Latorre, 'The impact of ENSO in the Atacama Desert and Australian arid zone: Exploratory time-series analysis of archaeological records', paper presented at the 3rd Southern Deserts Conference, Climate Change and the Peopling of the Southern Deserts.
MA Smith & J Ross, 'Dating in the desert: Towards a chronology of prehistoric rock art in the central Australian arid zone', paper presented at the 3rd Southern Deserts Conference, Climate Change and the Peopling of the Southern Deserts.
'Reading Puritjarra: Developing a field archaeology of Australia's deserts', guest lecture delivered to the Indigenous Archaeology program, Flinders University, South Australia, March 2009.
'The pattern and process of colonising the interior of Australia', paper presented at People Colonising New Worlds, First Harvard Australian Studies Symposium, Harvard University, Cambridge MA, 17–18 April 2009.


STANLEY, PETER

Committees:
Co-editor and Member, Editorial Board, reCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia.
Board Member, Centre for Advanced Studies in Australia, Asia and the Pacific, Curtin University.
Adjunct Professor, Research School of Social Sciences, History Program, The Australian National University.
Visiting Associate Professor, School of Humanities and Social Science, UNSW@ADFA.
Visiting Fellow, Research School of Humanities, The Australian National University, 2009.
Publications:
Invading Australia: Japan and the Battle for Australia, 1942, Viking Penguin, Melbourne, 2008.
A Stout Pair of Boots: A Guide to Exploring Australia's Battlefields, Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2008.
'Kokoda', in P Cochrane (ed.), Australian Greats, William Heinemann, Sydney, 2008.
'Australia invaded by a myth', Canberra Times, 26 July 2008.
'Reflections of a public historian on a battle for Australia', Symposium: Newsletter of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, no. 40, August–September 2008.
'What "Battle for Australia"?', ABC Unleashed, 3 September 2008, www.abc.net.au/unleashed/stories/s2351747.htm.
'Out and about with the Centre for Historical Research', Friends Magazine, vol. 19, no. 4, December 2008.
Book review, Ochre and Rust, in Journal of the Historical Society of South Australia, no. 36, 2008.
'The guns are silent but the questions remain', Sydney Morning Herald, 11 November 2008.
Book review, Surgeon and General, in Canberra Times, 14 February 2009.
'Battleplanes from the bush', Wartime, issue 44, January 2009.
Book review, An Awkward Truth, in Canberra Times, 21 February 2009.
Book review, Dangerous Days, in Canberra Times, 28 March 2009.
'Comings and goings at the Centre for Historical research', Friends Magazine, vol. 20, no. 1, March 2009.
Book review, Body at the Melbourne Club, in Canberra Times, 2 May 2009.
'High time for new demarcation of war's frontier', in Canberra Times, 6 May 2009.
Book review, Doctors at Sea: Emigrant Voyages to Colonial Australia, in Bulletin of the History of Medicine, vol. 82, no. 2, 2008.
'Understanding the invasion myth', On-Line Opinion: Australia's E-Journal of Social and Political Debate, 6 August 2008.
'In history's page, let every stage', Civil Liberties Australia ACT Bulletin, March 2009.
Exhibition review, Babylon: Myth and Reality, in reCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia, vol. 4, no. 1, April 2009.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Can there be a military history of Tasmania?', paper presented at Tasmanians at War conference, Centre for Tasmanian Studies, University of Tasmania, August 2008.
'Ninety years ago on a French hillside: A story of Mont St Quentin', paper presented as part of Historical Interpretation Series, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, August 2008.
'Remembering the Great War', speech delivered at Griffith War Museum fundraising dinner, Griffith, NSW, August 2008.
'Nine Platoon, 1918', paper presented at Recovering Lives conference, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, August 2008.
'Reflections of a reluctant biographer — Biography by accident', paper presented at Using Lives: A Postgraduate Workshop in Biography, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, September 2008.
'Is Nine Platoon's a collective biography?', paper presented at Collective Biography conference, National Library of Australia, Canberra, September 2008.
'The material culture of Mont St Quentin', paper presented as part of National Museum of Australia staff seminar series, Canberra, September 2008.
'Researching Mont St Quentin and bad characters', paper presented to the Military Historical Society of Australia ACT Branch, September 2008.
Contributor to the 'Criticising John Doyle's Changi' seminar, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, October 2008.
'"The war took him ...": A family's loss in 1918', speech delivered at Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne, November 2008.
'Hong Kong and Macau's history museums: Towards understanding the museums of the Asia–Pacific region', paper presented as part of The Australian National University Research School of Humanities Work-In-Progress Seminar Series, Canberra, November 2008.
'Beyond remembrance to understanding: Thinking about the Great War ninety years on', paper presented at the Brisbane Institute, November 2008.
'A case study in historiography: Did Japan plan to invade Australia during World War II?', paper presented at the Head Start to Extension for Teachers and Students seminar, History Teachers Association of NSW, Macquarie University, Sydney, December 2008.
'200 years of Australian history', paper presented to the Australian Staff College, Weston Creek, Canberra, January 2009.
'Observations on transnational ties', paper presented at Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World symposium, National Centre of Biography, The Australian National University, Canberra, March 2009.
'The other side of the medal: Researching "bad characters"', paper presented at the Beyond the Limits of Location conference, Galong, NSW, March 2009.
Launch of the 'People's pathway', Tuggeranong Homestead, Canberra, April 2009.
'Telling lies for Turkey: The Ataturk quotation and the mischief it has caused', paper presented at the Second International Gallipoli Symposium, The Australian National University, Canberra, April 2009.
Launch of Murray Kirkland exhibition, Des Souvenirs,
Australian Defence Force Academy Library, University of New South Wales, Sydney, April 2009.
'A battle for Australia: The idea of a Japanese invasion', paper presented at the Curtin University of Technology Centre for Advanced Studies in Australia, Asia and the Pacific conference, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, May 2009.

TONKIN, SUSAN

Committees:
President, Evaluation and Visitor Research Special Interest Group, Museums Australia.

TRINCA, MATHEW

Publications:
'Part of the pageant: Australian tourists in postwar London', in C Bridge, R Crawford & D Dunstan (eds), Australians in Britain: The Twentieth Century Experience, Monash University Press, Melbourne, 2009.
'Skull Creek Laverton incident', in J Gregory & J Gothard (eds), Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia, University of Western Australia Press, Perth, 2009.
'Sunday Times', in J Gregory & J Gothard (eds), Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia, University of Western Australia Press, Perth, 2009.
'Proclamation Day', in J Gregory and J Gothard (eds), Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia, University of Western Australia Press, Perth, 2009.
M Trinca, J Beaumont & Ilma Martinuzzi O'Brien (eds), Under Suspicion: Citizenship and Internment in Australia during the Second World War, National Museum of Australia Press, Canberra, 2008.

WEBER, THÉRÈSE
Committees:

Co-editor and Member, Editorial Board, reCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia.

WEHNER, KIRSTEN

Publications:
K Wehner, M Sear, K Schamberger, J Wilson et al., 'Living in a material world: Object biography and transnational lives', in D Deacon, P Russell & A Woollacott (eds), Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World, ANU E-Press, Canberra, 2008.

WILSON, JENNIFER

Publications:
J Wilson, K Wehner, M Sear, K Schamberger et al., 'Living in a material world: Object biography and transnational lives', in D Deacon, P Russell & A Woollacott (eds), Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World, ANU E-Press, Canberra, 2008.

WILSON, TIKKA

Committees:
Board Member, Aboriginal History.
Management Committee Member, Australian Women's History Forum.

WISHART, ALISON

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
A Wishart & A Wessell, 'Flora Pell: Australia's first domestic goddess', paper presented at From Collections to Exhibitions: National Museum of Australia Collections Symposium, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, March 2009.