Selected Book Chapters

  • Bradley, K. (1997) ‘Anomalies in the Treatment of Hydrolysed Tapes: Including Non-Chemical Methods of Determining Decay of Signals’, in George Boston (ed.), Technology and Our Audio-Visual Heritage: Technologies Role in Preserving the Memory of the World Technical Coordinating Committee
  • Bradley, K. (1988) ‘Audio Preservation’, in Gwenda Beed Davey and Graham Seal (eds), Oxford Companion to Folklore, Oxford University Press, Oxford
  • Bradley, K. (1988) ‘Leaf Music’, in Gwenda Beed Davey & Graham Seal (eds), Oxford Companion to Folklore, Oxford University Press, Oxford
  • Bradley, K. (2001) ‘Technical Aspects of Sound Preservation’, in  John McIlwaine & Jean I. Whiffin (eds), Collecting and Safeguarding the Oral Traditions, K G Saur, Munich
  • Bradley, K. (2003) ‘Wendy Eva, Gumleaf Musician’, ‘Virgil Reutens, Gumleaf Virtuoso’, ‘Jack Canny, The Man who Loved the Old Tunes’, and ‘Salvu Galea, Peter Attard, France and Tony Camilleri, Ghana, the Passionate Song’, in Graham Seal & Rob Willis (eds), Verandah Music, Curtin University Press, Perth
  • Holmes, K. (1995) ‘Day Mothers and Night Sisters: World War One Nurses and Sexuality’, in Joy Damousi & Marilyn Lake (eds), Gender and War, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
  • Holmes, K. (2003) ‘“In spite of it all, the garden still stands”: gardens, landscape and cultural history’, in Hsu-Ming & Richard White (eds), Cultural History in Australia, UNSW Press, Sydney
  • Holmes, K. (2006) ‘“Planting Hope with Potatoes’”: gardens, memory and placemaking’, in Marilyn Lake (ed.),Memory Monuments and Memorials, Melbourne University Press, Melbourne
  • Holmes, K. (2009) ‘Marking Time: Australian Women’s Diaries of 1920s & 1930s’, in Arianne Baggerman & Rudulf Dekker (eds), Controlling Time and Shaping the Self, Brill, Leiden
  • O’Hanlon, S. (2010) ‘From warehouse to your house: production, consumption and the reinvention of inner Melbourne 1906-2000′, in R. Crawford, J. Smart and K. Humphery (eds), Consumer Australia: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Cambridge Scholars Press, Cambridge
  • Reiger, K. (1987) ‘Babies’, in P. Spearitt & W. Gammage (eds), Australians 1938, Fairfax Syme Weldon, Melbourne
  • Thomson, A. (2003) ‘“The Empire was a bar of soap”: Life stories and race identity among British emigrants travelling to Australia, 1945-1971’, in Hsu-Ming Teo and Richard White (eds), Cultural History in Australia, UNSW Press, Sydney
  • Thomson, A. (2005) ‘“My wayward heart”: homesickness, longing and the return of British post-war immigrants from Australia’, in Marjory Harper (ed.), Emigrant Homecomings: the return movement of emigrants, 1600-2000, Manchester University Press, Manchester
  • Thomson, A. (2006) ‘Advocacy and Empowerment’, in Robert Perks & Alistair Thomson (eds), The Oral History Reader, Routledge, London
  • Thomson, A. (2006) ‘Interpreting Memories’, in Robert Perks & Alistair Thomson (eds), The Oral History Reader, Routledge, London
  • Thomson, A. (2006) ‘Critical Developments’, in Robert Perks & Alistair Thomson (eds), The Oral History Reader, Routledge, London
  • Thomson, A. (2009) ‘”I’m not a good mother”: gender expectations and tensions in a migrant woman’s life story’, in Desley Deacon and Penny Russell (eds), Looking Out: Australian Lives in the World, ANU E Press, Canberra
  • Thomson, A. (2010) ‘Memory and Remembering in Oral History’, in Donald A. Ritchie (ed.),The Oxford Handbook to Oral History, Oxford University Press, Oxford
  • Thomson, A. (2010) ‘Memory and Remembering in Oral History’, in Donald A. Ritchie (ed.), The Oxford Handbook to Oral History, Oxford University Press, Oxford
  • Thomson, A. (2011) ‘Life history’, in Simon Gunn and Lucy Faire (eds), Research Methods for History, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh
  • Thomson, A. & Freund, A. (2011) ‘Introduction’ in Alexander Freund and Alistair Thomson (eds), Image and Memory, Oral History and Photography, Palgrave Macmillan, New York
  • Thomson, A. (2011) ‘Photo Memories and Family Stories’, in Alexander Freund and Alistair Thomson (eds),Image and Memory, Oral History and Photography, Palgrave Macmillan, New York
  • Twomey, C. (2005) ‘Retaining Integrity? Sex, Race and Gender in Narratives of Western Women detained by the Japanese in World War II’, in B. Moore & B. Hately-Broad (eds), Prisoners of War, Prisoners of Peace: Captivity, Homecoming and Memory in World War II, Berg, Oxford
  • Twomey, C. (2007) ‘Remembering War and Forgetting Civilians: The ambiguous position of civilian internees in Australian commemorations of the Pacific War’, in Kevin Blackburn & Karl Hack (eds), Forgotten Captives in Japanese Occupied Asia, Routledge, London
  • Twomey, C. (2008) ‘Bearing Witness: Modes of Testimony Among Civilian Internees of the Japanese’, in M. Crotty (ed.), When the Soldiers Return, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne

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