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Appendix 7: Research and professional activities (page two)

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NASON, REBECCA

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'A little piece of my heart: Examination of the convict love token collection at the National Museum of Australia', paper presented at the Third National Numismatic Conference of the Numismatic Association of Australia Inc, November 2009.
'A little piece of my heart: The National Museum of Australia's convict love token collection', paper presented at the Yass and District Historical Society Conference, March 2010.

NEALE, MARGO

Committees:
Member of Judging panel, Prime Minister's Prize for Australian History.
Member, Advisory Committee Australian Centre for Indigenous History.
Publications:
'Learning to be Proppa: Aboriginal artist's collective, ProppaNow', Artlink, Contemporary art of Australia and the Asia–Pacific, vol. 30, no. 1, April 2010.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Bastard barks and anyhow paintings: Issues of legitimacy and authority for Mountford's collection of works on paper', paper presented at Barks, Birds & Billabongs: Exploring the Legacy of the 1948 American–Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land, National Museum of Australia, November 2009.
'View of self: Blak on blak', paper presented at Reading Australian Blak Art: Myth and Reality in Perceptions of Contemporary Indigenous Practice, Aboriginal Art Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands, May 2010.
'Politics of exhibitions', lecture delivered to the Museums and Collections Graduate Program, The Australia National University, Canberra, May 2010.

NEWELL, JENNY

Committees:
Member, editorial board, Journal of Pacific History.
Publications:
Trading Nature: Tahitians, Europeans and Ecological Exchange, University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, 2010.
M Nugent & J Newell, 'The Australian perspective on Cook', in A Kaeppler et al.
(eds), James Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific, Kunst-und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutchsland, Bonn, 2009.
'Getting Captain Cook's Goat and other tales of ecological exchange in Tahiti', Pazific Dossier, Osterreichisch- Sudpazifische Gesellschaft (Austrian Pacific Society), Vienna, 2010.
J Newell, T Hiquily, M Pullan, N Rode & A Bernucci, 'Sailing through History: Conserving and researching a rare Tahitian canoe sail', British Museum Technical Bulletin, vol. 3, 2009.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
Convenor, Pacific Journeys seminar series, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, July, August and September 2009.

NUGENT, MARIA

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Writing Captain Cook was here', paper presented at Captain Cook Society biannual meeting, Victoria Branch, Melbourne, September 2009.
'The economy of shells: A history of Aboriginal women at La Perouse making shell-work for sale', paper presented at Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies Conference, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, November 2009.
M Nugent & S Konishi, co-convenors, 'Baz Luhrmann's Australia: An Interdisciplinary Conference on History, Film and Popular Culture', National Museum of Australia, December 2009.

OAKMAN, DANIEL

Publications:
'Representing the city: The Creating a Country gallery at the National Museum of Australia', in City Museums and the Future of the City, Seoul Museum of History, Republic of Korea, 2010.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Tangled destinies: Regional connections and the National Museum of Australia', paper presented at the National Standards and Performance Measurement in Museums symposium, National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan, October 2009.

OGDEN, JULIE

Committees:
Adjudicator, Australasian Reporting Awards.

PICKERING, MICHAEL

Committees:
Member, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.
Member, ICOM.
Member, Editorial Board, reCollections: A Journal of Museums and Collections.
Member, Editorial Board, Museum Management and Curatorship.
Member, Expert Panel on 'Collections Law', Collections Council of Australia.
Member, Ethics Panel, National September 11 Memorial Museum, New York.
Publications:
'Yiwarra Kuju: The Canning Stock Route', Friends Magazine, vol. 21, no. 2.
June 2010.
'Where are the stories?', The Public Historian, vol. 32, no. 1, University of California Press, February 2010.
'Mangkaja Arts, Ngurrara 1, Martumili Ngurra', in World of Antiques and Art, Issue 78, February–August 2010.
'Secret–sacred object returned', Museums Australia Magazine, vol. 18, no. 1, September 2009.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Evidently not!', paper presented at the Indigenous Participation in Colonial Economies conference, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, November 2009.
'Repatriation at the National Museum of Australia', lecture delivered to Museum Studies students, The Australian National University, Canberra, March 2010.
'An introduction to Papunya: Out of the Australian Deserts', lecture delivered at the National Art Museum of China, Beijing, June 2010.
'The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander galleries of the National Museum of Australia', lecture delivered at the National Art Museum of China, Beijing, 12 June 2010.
'Sites of memory or memory of Sites?', paper presented at the Sites of Memory symposium, Canberra, August 2009.
Convenor/facilitator: Indigenous Participation in Colonial Economies conference, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, November 2009.

PHILIPS, JULIE

Committees:
Member, Australian Government Libraries Information Network Consortia Taskforce.

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RAJAH, SATISH

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Occupational health and safety', lecture delivered to Museum Practice students, Canberra Institute of Technology, April–June 2010.

ROBIN, LIBBY

Committees:
Member, International Advisory Board, World History of Science Online, University of Oklahoma.
Member, International Advisory Board, Center for Art+Environment, Nevada Museum of Art.
Co-editor, Historical Records of Australian Science, Journal of the Australian Academy of Science.
Member, Editorial Board, Environment and History.
Member, National Committee for the History and Philosophy of Science, Australian Academy of Science.
Convenor, Australian and New Zealand Environmental History Network.
Member, Executive Committee, International Consortium of Environmental History Organisations.
Member, Commonwealth Working Party, Australian Dictionary of Biography.
Member, Editorial Board, Australian Humanities Review.
Publications:
'New science for sustainability in an ancient land', in Sverker Sörlin & Paul Warde (eds), Nature's End: History and the Environment, Palgrave Macmillan, UK, 2009.
Book review, Meanderings in the Bush: Natural History Explorations in Outback Australia, in Historical Records of Australian Science, vol. 20, no. 2, December 2009.
'Dead museum animals: Natural order and cultural chaos', reCollections: A Journal of Museums and Collections, vol. 4, no. 2, October 2009.
'Wattle', in M Harper & R White (eds), Symbols of Australia, University of New South Wales Press and National Museum of Australia Press, Sydney and Canberra, 2010.
J Carruthers & L Robin, 'Taxonomic imperialism in the battles for acacia: Identity and science in South Africa and Australia', in Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa, vol. 65, no. 1, 2010.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Understanding desert channels: Forty-six perspectives on conservation and place', paper presented at the Cultural Histories and Geographies of Rivers workshop, University of Wollongong, June 2010.
'Is environmental history our best hope for the future?', paper presented at the Environmental History Workshop, Library of Congress, Washington DC, June 2010.
'Australian deserts', paper presented at the Changing Climate: Historians and Hemispheres in Conversation, Harvard University, March 2010.
'Deserts, prophets and savage scarlet hills: Ecology, resilience and global change', Fred Alexander Fellowship lecture, Department of History, University of Western Australia, September 2009.
L Robin & J Carruthers, 'Taxonomic imperialism: The (latest) battle for acacia', paper presented at the World Congress for Environmental History, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 2009.
'A history of resilience science: From rangeland ecology to global change 1973–2008', paper presented at the XXIII International Congress of History of Science and Technology, Budapest, Hungary, July 2009.

RUSSELL, ROSLYN

Committees:
Board Member, Institute of Professional Practice in Heritage and the Arts (IPPHA), The Australian National University, Canberra.
Chair, International Advisory Committee, UNESCO Memory of the World Program.
Member, Register Sub-Committee, UNESCO Memory of the World Program.
Member, UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Committee.
Chair, Assessment Sub-Committee, UNESCO Australian Memory of the World Committee.
Public Officer, Australian Council of Professional Historians Associations (ACPHA).
Publications:
'Historians discuss defining moments at the National Museum', Friends Magazine, vol. 21, no. 1, March 2010.
'Manning Clark House Weekend of Ideas talks language at the Museum', Friends Magazine, vol. 21, no. 2, June 2010.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'A question of significance', paper presented at the Collections Symposium 2010: Caring for Collections, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, May 2010.

SAYERS, ANDREW

Committees:
Member, Council of Australasian Museum Directors.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Australians past and present in our national institutions', paper presented at the Order of Australia Association — ACT Branch luncheon, Canberra, June 2010.

SEAR, MARTHA

Publications:
M Sear & K Wehner, 'Engaging the material world: Object knowledge and Australian Journeys', in S Dudley (ed), Museum Materialities: Objects, Engagements, Interpretation, Routledge, London and New York, 2010.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Community museums', lecture delivered to Museums and Collections Graduate Program, The Australian National University, Canberra, March 2010.
M Sear & K Wehner, 'Australian Journeys at the National Museum of Australia: Exhibition practice, national narratives and the public', paper presented at the National Museums in a Transnational Age conference, Prato, Italy, November 2009.

SMITH, MIKE

Committees:
Board member, Strehlow Research Centre.
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, Rock Art Research Centre, The Australian National University.
Member, Australian Archaeological Association.
Member, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and 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: A Journal of Museums and Collections.
Member, Research Advisory Board, Australian Desert Expeditions.
Member, Advisory Panel, Centre for Environmental History, The Australian National University.
Member, Steering Committee, Australian Geological Heritage Garden, Geological Society of Australia.
Member, International Experts Panel, Chinchorro Culture (Atacama Desert) World Heritage Nomination, UNESCO World Heritage Centre, and Consejo de Monumentos Nacionales, Chile.
Publications:
M Smith & B Fankhauser, Geochemistry and Identification of Australian Red Ochre Deposits, PalaeoWorks Technical Report 9, The Australian National University, October 2009.
M Smith, A Watchman & J Ross, 'Direct dating indicates a mid-Holocene age for archaic desert rock engravings in arid Central Australia', Geoarchaeology, vol. 24, 2009.
'Late Quaternary landscapes in Central Australia: Sedimentary history and palaeoecology of Puritjarra rock shelter', Journal of Quaternary Science, vol. 24, no. 7, 2009.
M Smith & J Ross, 'An engraved ''Archaic Face'' in the northeastern Simpson Desert', Australian Archaeology, vol. 69, 2009.
M Smith, P Veth, J Bowler, K Fitzsimmons, A Williams & P Hiscock, 'Excavations at Parnkupirti, Lake Gregory, Great Sandy Desert: OSL ages for occupation before the Last Glacial Maximum', Australian Archaeology, vol. 69, 2009.
M Smith, I McBryde & J Ross, 'The economics of grindstone production at Narcoonowie quarry, Strzelecki Desert', Australian Aboriginal Studies, vol. 1, 2010.
Review of 'A day in Pompeii', reCollections: A Journal of Museums and Collections, vol. 4, no. 2, 2009.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Dating Panaramitee rock engravings in Central Australia', lecture delivered to Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, Adelaide, October 2009.
'Analysis of stone artefact assemblages', lecture delivered to Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, Adelaide, October 2009.
'The fundamentals of stratigraphy, sediments and site formation', lecture delivered to Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, Adelaide, October 2009.
'Commentary: Archaeology and time-series analysis', paper presented at Environmental Futures workshop, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, May 2010.

SMITH, NICKI

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'Into the Light: Risk-based exhibition lighting guidelines at the National Museum of Australia', paper presented at Collections Symposium 2010: Caring for Collections, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, May 2010.
'Conservation of bark paintings and the AASEAL collection at the National Museum of Australia', paper presented at the Barks, Birds & Billabongs: Exploring the Legacy of the 1948 American–Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land symposium, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, November 2009.

STANLEY, PETER

Committees:
Co-editor and member, Editorial Board, reCollections: A Journal of Museums and Collections.
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 Fellow, National Centre for Australian Studies, Monash University, 2009–10.
Visiting Associate Professor, School of Humanities and Social Science, UNSW@ADFA.
Visiting Fellow, Research School of Humanities, The Australian National University, 2009.
Committee Member, Army History Unit Research Grants Committee.
Convenor, Canberra Great War Studies Group.
Co-convenor, 'Defining moments' initial workshop, National Museum of Australia.
Publications:
'Dramatic myth and dull truth: Invasion by Japan in 1942', in C Stockings, (ed.), Zombie Myths of Australian Military History, New South, Sydney, 2010.
Men of Mont St Quentin: Between Victory and Death, Scribe Publications, Melbourne, 2009.
Commando to Colditz; Micky Burn's Journey to the Far Side of Tears — The Raid on St Nazaire, Murdoch Books, Sydney, 2009.
'Contemptible case for pardon', Canberra Times, 8 March 2010.
'A war on emotion', Canberra Times, 11 April 2010.
'Working machines and "Broken Britain". Goodwood Revival and the historical politics of re-enactment', in reCollections: A Journal of Museums and Collections, vol. 5, no. 1, 2010.
Book review, Medical Murderers, Canberra Times, 18 July 2009.
Book review, Trusty and Well Beloved: A Life of Keith Officer, Canberra Times.
Book review, To Pierce the Tyrant's Heart and The Battle for Eureka Stockade, Canberra Times, 12 September 2009.
Book review, Beersheba : A Journey through Australia's Forgotten War, Canberra Times, 8 August 2009.
Book review, Arthur Blackburn, VC: A Very Rude Awakening, An Anzac Zionist Hero, Anzac Day: The Undying Debt and Gallipoli: Attack from the Sea, History Australia, vol. 6, no, 2, August 2009.
Book review, The Wolf, Canberra Times, 15 August 2009.
Book review, The Soldier and Those Who Marched Away, Canberra Times, 16 January 2010.
Book review, The Last of the Last, Canberra Times, January 2010.
Book review, The Deadly Dinner Party and Other Medical Detective Stories, Canberra Times, 6 March 2010.
Book review, Documents that Shaped Australia, Canberra Times, March 2010.
Book review, Anzacs at War and The Pacific War, Canberra Times, 3 April 2010.
Book review, 1918: Year of Victory, Canberra Times, 10 April 2010.
Book review, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Canberra Times, 17 April 2010.
Book review, Gallipoli: A Battlefield Guide and The Gallipoli Letter, Canberra Times, 24 April 2010.
Book review, Anzac Cove to Hollywood, Canberra Times, 15 May 2010.
Book review, Diggers and Greeks, Australian Book Review, March–April 2009.
Book review, Blood on my Hands, Canberra Times, 5 June 2010.
Book review, The Magnificent Spillsbury, Canberra Times, 19 June 2010.
Book review, To Salamauna, Canberra Times, 26 June 2010.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'''The exact spot": Using the ground to tell a human story — 9 Platoon in the fight for Mont St Quentin', paper presented at the Sites of Memory symposium, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, August 2009.
'Realistic research plans', paper presented at the Inter- University Research Workshop Program, University of Canberra, June 2010.
'Other people's wars? Re-considering Australian attitudes to past conflicts', paper presented at Blackheath Community History Group, Blackheath, August 2009.
'"War is about death and maiming": Military museums in a transnational age', paper presented at National Museums in a Transnational Age conference, Prato, Italy, November 2009.
'Re-thinking Australia's Great War', paper presented at Dickson College, Canberra, March 2010.
'The role and purpose of museums in public life', paper presented at History Teachers Association of NSW symposium, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, March 2010.
'Black Saturday at Steels Creek: Initial directions and decisions', paper presented at History Program seminar, The Australian National University, Canberra, March 2010.
'Local history societies and collections', paper presented at Braidwood and District Historical Society, Braidwood, New South Wales, June 2010.
'Larrikins or "Bad Characters": in search of the AIF's wrong doers', Theo Barker Memorial Lecture, Charles Sturt University, Bathurst, New South Wales, August 2009.
'Escape in the mind: Micky Burn's Colditz', lecture delivered at Newtownards, Northern Ireland, October 2009.
'200 Years of Australian history', lecture delivered at the Australian Staff College, Weston Creek, Canberra, January 2010.
'Basing historical fiction on history', lecture delivered at Xavier College Canberra Writers' Tour Writing Workshop, August 2009 and May 2010.
'Gallipoli and the Crimean War, 1854–56', report presented to Gallipoli Project working group, The Australian National University, November 2009.

SUNG, PO

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
Graphic design workshop, conducted at Working Spaces 3 for Museum Volunteers, Galong, New South Wales, October 2009.

THORLEY, PETER

Publications:
Desert Tsunami: Australia's Inland Floods, From Prehistory to Present, Central Queensland University Press, Rockhampton, 2009.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
P Thorley & A Greenslade, 'Between locals: Interpersonal histories and the Papunya art movement', paper presented to the Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies conference, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, November 2009.
'Acting and collecting: Herbert Browne, material culture and musical theatre in Australia during the early to mid twentieth century', paper presented at the In the Image of Asia: Moving Across and Between Locations conference, The Australian National University, Canberra, April 2010.
'Art and the social fabric of the Papunya painting community', paper presented for Papunya Painting: Out of the Australian Desert exhibition, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, June 2010.

TRINCA, MATHEW

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'The National Museum as a common enterprise', paper presented at the National Museums in a Transnational Age conference, Prato, Italy, November 2009.
'Museums and ''open'' collections', paper presented at Collections Symposium 2010: Caring for Collections, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, May 2010.
'Understanding museums and citizenship', paper presented at Museums and Citizenship, Conversations Series of the Research School of Humanities and the Arts, National Museum of Australia, June 2010.

TUNKS, BENITA

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
B Tunks & F Lemaitre, 'Creativity in higher education, design fields: A case study at the National Museum of Australia', paper presented at the Connected 2010 — 2nd International Conference on Design Education, Sydney, June 2010.

VAN REYK, CINNAMON

Conferences/seminars/workshops:
'The exotic as a tool of post-colonial Sri Lanka', paper presented at The New Exotic? Postcolonialism and Globalization conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, July 2009.
'Being someone: Sri Lankan Asian-Australianness in contemporary Australian art', paper presented at the Asian Australian Identities 3 conference, Curtin University, Perth, November 2009.
'Exhibiting history: How local and family histories become part of the national story at the National Museum of Australia', paper presented at the Yass Historical Society Conference, Galong, New South Wales, March 2010.

WEBER, THERESE

Committees:
Co-editor and member, Editorial Board, reCollections: A Journal of Museums and Collections.

WEHNER, KIRSTEN

Publications:
K Wehner and M Sear, 'Engaging the material world: Object knowledge and Australian Journeys', in S Dudley (ed.), Museum Materialities: Objects, Engagements, Interpretation, London and New York, Routledge, 2010.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
K Wehner and M Sear, 'Australian Journeys at the National Museum of Australia: Exhibition practice, national narratives and the public', paper presented at the National Museums in a Transnational Age conference, Prato, Italy, November 2009.
'Curators, exhibitions, museology and the construction of Australian history', paper presented at the Teaching History Professional Development Day at the National Museum of Australia, Canberra, March, 2010.

WISHART, ALISON

Publications:
A Wishart & A Wessell, 'Recipes for reading culinary heritage: Flora Pell and her cookery book', reCollections: A Journal of Museums and Collections, vol. 5, no. 1, 2010.
Conferences/seminars/workshops:
A Wishart & A Wessell, 'Constructing and representing our culinary heritage: Our Cookery Book', paper presented at the Australian Historical Association regional conference, University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, July 2009.
'More than cake', paper presented at the Australian Historical Association regional conference, University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, July 2009.
'The Eternity gallery at the National Museum of Australia', paper presented at the Curatorial Committee annual general meeting at the American Association of Museums Conference, Los Angeles, May 2010.
'Exhibiting history: How local and family histories become part of the national story at the National Museum of Australia', paper presented at the Yass Historical Society Conference, Galong, New South Wales, March 2010.