Selected Journal Articles

  • Bradley, K. (1995) ‘Leaf Music In Australia’, Australian Aboriginal Studies: Journal of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, 2,pp 2-14
  • Bradley, K. (1999) ‘Australian Traditional Dance Music And The Myth Of Irishness’, ASRA Journal, 25, pp 43-58
  • Bradley, K. (2007) ‘Defining Digital Sustainability’, Preserving Cultural Heritage, Library Trends, 56:1, pp 148-163
  • Holmes, K. (1997) ‘This Diary Writing Does Not Count As Writing: Women’s Writing And The Writing Of History’, Voices: The Quarterly Journal of the National Library of Australia Holmes, K. (1998) ‘“Spinsters Indispensable”: Feminists, Single Women And The Critique Of Marriage, 1890-1920’, Australian Historical Studies, 110, pp 68-90
  • Holmes, K. (2001) ‘“I Have Built Up A Little Garden”: The Vernacular Garden, National Identity And A Sense Of Place’, Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes, 21:2, pp 115-21 
  • Holmes, K. (2005) ‘Gardening At The Edge: Judith Wright’s Desert Garden, Mongarlowe, New South Wales’, in Australian Humanities Review, www.lib.latrobe.edu.au/AHR/archive/Issue-July-2005/08 Holmes 
  • Reiger, K. (1989) ‘Clean, Comfortable And Respectable: Working Class Aspirations And Experience As Glimpsed Through The 1920 Basic Wage Commission’, History Workshop Journal, 27, Spring, pp 86-105 
  • Reiger, K. (2000) ‘Reconceiving Citizenship: The Challenge Of Mothers As Political Activists’, Feminist Theory, 1:3 pp 309-327 
  • Reiger, K. (2001) ‘From Tender Care To Tendered Contracts And Customer Servicing: The Case Of The Victorian Maternal And Child Health Service’, Australian Journal of Social Issues, 36:4 pp 333-362 
  • Reiger, K. (2006) ‘The Neoliberal Quickstep: Contradictions In Australian Maternity Care Policy’, Health Sociology Review, Special Issue, Childbirth, Politics and the Culture of Risk 15:4 pp 330-34 
  • Reiger, K. (2008) ‘Domination Or Mutual Recognition? Midwifery As The ‘Other’ Of Obstetrics’, Social Theory and Health, 6, pp 132-147 
  • Reiger, K. & Lane, K. (2008) ‘Working Together: Collaboration Between Midwives And Doctors In Public Hospital Settings’, Australian Health Review 
  • Thomson, A. (1989) ‘Steadfast Until Death’? C.E.W. Bean And The Representation Of Australian Military Manhood’, Australian Historical Studies 23:93, pp 462-478
  • Thomson, A. (1993) ”The Vilest Libel Of The War’? Imperial Politics And The Official Histories Of Gallipoli’, Australian Historical Studies 25:101, pp 628-636
  • Thomson, A., Frisch, M. Hamilton, P. (1994) ‘The Memory And History Debates: Some International Perspectives’ Oral History 22:2, pp 33-43 
  • Thomson, A. (1998) ‘Fifty Years On: An International Perspective On Oral History’, Journal of American History 85:2, pp 581-595 
  • Thomson, A. (1999) ‘Moving Stories: Oral History And Migration Studies’, Oral History 27:1, pp 24-37 
  • Thomson, A. (2003) ‘I Live On My Memories: British Return Migrants And The Possession Of The Past’, Oral History 31:2, pp 55-65 
  • Thomson, A. (2003) ‘Introduction – Sharing Authority: Oral History And The Collaborative Process’, The Oral History Review, 30:1, pp 23-26 
  • Thomson, A. (2005) ‘Le Storie Di Vita Nello Studio Dell’emigrazione Femminile’ (‘“What was really going on!” Illuminating migrant women’s experience through the comparative study of contemporary and retrospective life stories’), Quaderni Storici, 120:3, pp 685-708 
  • Thomson, A. (2006) ‘Anzac Stories: Using Personal Testimony In War History’, War and Society, 25: 2, pp 1-22 
  • Thomson, A. (2007) ‘Four Paradigm Revolutions In Oral History’, Oral History Review, 34: 1, pp 49-70 
  • Twomey, C. (2004) ‘Australian Nurse Pows: Gender, War And Captivity’, in Australian Historical Studies, 36: 124, October 2004, pp 255-74 
  • Twomey, C. (2006) ‘Revisiting A Town Like Alice’, Australian Feminist Studies, 21:49, pp 85-102 Twomey, C. (2006) ‘Problems In Paradise: Race, Gender And Historical ‘Truth’ In Paradise Road’, Journal of Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, 10:1, pp 30-52 
  • Twomey, C. Maher, J., Lindsay,J. & Peel, V. (2006) ‘Peer Mentoring As An Academic Resource’, Australian Universities Review, 49:2, pp 26-29 
  • Twomey, C. (2007) ‘Emaciation Or Emasculation: Photographic Images, White Masculinity And Captivity By The Japanese In World War Two’, Journal of Men’s Studies, 15:3, pp 295-310 
  • Twomey, C. (2007) ‘”In The Front Line”: Internment And Citizenship Entitlements In The Second World War’, Australian Journal of Politics and History, 53:2, pp 194-206 
  • Twomey, C. (2009) ‘Coming Home?: Western Women Return From Internment By The Japanese In World War II’, Gender & History, 21:3

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