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Brennan, Claire (2021) Protecting the environmental integrity of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. In: McNicol, Barbara, (ed.) Sustainable Planet: Issues and Solutions for our Environment's Future. ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, pp. 371-380.

Brennan, Claire (2021) Urban flooding in Australia. In: McNicol, Barbara, (ed.) Sustainable Planet: Issues and Solutions for our Environment's Future. ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, CA, USA, pp. 105-113.

Brennan, Claire (2019) The physical Endeavour: how a wooden ship shaped Cook's first circumnavigation. Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 105 (2). pp. 135-158.

Brennan, Claire (2018) Digital humanities, digital methods, digital history, and digital outputs: history writing and the digital revolution. History Compass, 16 (10).

Brennan, Claire, Megarrity, Lyndon, and Fielding, Trisha (2018) From swords to ploughshares: Townsville men and women who served their community in war and peace. [Creative Work]

Brennan, Claire (2017) Australia's Northern Safari. M/C Journal, 20 (6).

Biedermann, Narelle (2017) Australian military nursing from ANZAC to now: embracing the ghosts of our nursing ancestors. Advances in Historical Studies, 6. pp. 65-77.

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Dowe, John Leslie (2020) The Australian paintings of Marianne North, 1880–1881: landscapes ‘doomed shortly to disappear’. Cunninghamia, 20.

Dowe, John, Maroske, Sara, and May, Tom (2020) Flowers and fungi: illustrations by Ferdinand von Mueller’s nieces. Australian Garden History, 32. pp. 12-15.

Dowe, John, and Maroske, Sara (2020) John Dallachy (1804–71): collecting botanical specimens at Rockingham Bay. Historical Records of Australian Science, 31 (2). pp. 101-117.

Dowe, John, and Maroske, Sara (2020) John Dallachy (1804–71): from gardener to botanical collector. Historical Records of Australian Science, 31 (2). pp. 87-100.

Dowe, John, May, Tom W., Maroske, Sara, and Smith, Lucy T. (2020) The Wehl family of South Australia and their botanical connections with “Dear Uncle” Baron Ferdinand von Mueller. Swainsona, 34. pp. 1-79.

Dowe, John Leslie (2017) Baron Ferdinand von Mueller, the “Princeps of Australian Botany,” and a historical account of his Australasian palms. Palms, 61 (1). pp. 21-40.

Dowe, John Leslie (2017) A family’s contribution to Queensland botany: John Howard Simmonds [Snr] (1862–1955), Rose Simmonds (née Culpin) (1877–1960) and John Howard Simmonds [Jnr] (1901–1992). Austrobaileya, 10 (1). pp. 168-183.

Dowe, John Leslie, and Maroske, Sara (2016) 'These princely plants': Ferdinand Mueller and the naming of Australasian palms. Historical Records of Australian Science, 27 (1). pp. 13-27.

Dowe, John Leslie (2016) Charles Weldon (de Burgh) Birch (Count Zelling), an unassuming botanical and zoological collector in central and north-eastern Queensland. North Queensland Naturalist, 46. pp. 16-46.

Dowe, John Leslie (2016) Odoardo Beccari and Enrico D’Albertis in Australia and New Zealand, 1878: botanical and zoological collections. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 150 (2). pp. 27-41.

Dowe, John Leslie (2016) Walter Hill: his involvement with palms (Arecaceae), and notes on his herbarium and the expeditions of 1862 and 1873. Austrobaileya, 9 (4). pp. 489-507.

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Griggs, Peter (2016) Empires of leaves: tea traders in late nineteenth-century and Edwardian Melbourne. Victorian Historical Journal, 87 (1). pp. 29-57.

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Hodgson, Patrick (2020) Commentary: 'Just the tip of the iceberg': Queensland's experience of the influenza pandemic of 1918-20. Queensland Review, 27 (2). pp. 154-165.

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Kuttainen, Victoria, Liebich, Susann, and Galletly, Sarah (2018) The Transported Imagination: Australian Interwar Magazines and the Geographical Imaginaries of Colonial Modernity. Cambria Press, Amherst, NY, USA.

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Lloyd, Rohan, White, Patrick, and Brennan, Claire (2020) Escaping water: living against floods in Townsville, North Queensland, from settlement to 2019. In: McKinnon, Scott, and Cook, Margaret, (eds.) Disasters in Australia and New Zealand: Historical Approaches to Understanding Catastrophe. Palgrave McMillan, Singapore, pp. 99-117.

Lloyd, Rohan, Newlands, Maxine, and Petray, Theresa (2017) Coral Battleground? Re-examining the 'Save the Reef' campaign in 1960s Australia. Environmental Sociology, 3 (1). pp. 54-63.

Loos, N. A. (1970) Frontier conflict in the Bowen district, 1861-1874. Other thesis, James Cook University of North Queensland.

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McGregor, Russell (2021) Paradise lost. Australian Birdlife, 10 (1). pp. 34-35.

McGregor, Russell (2021) Alec Chisholm and the extinction of the Paradise Parrot. Historical Records of Australian Science. (In Press)

McGregor, Russell (2020) Disputing the Territory: the Payne-Fletcher Report of 1937. Australian Historical Studies, 51 (4). pp. 383-400.

Megarrity, Lyndon, and Megarrity, Lyne (2020) What a difference a decade makes: Jessie and Mina, the two wives of Queensland premier Sir Robert Philp (1851–1922). Australian Journal of Biography and History, 4. pp. 29-52.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2019) Archibald Laurence Wilson (1852–1935): uncrowned King of Ravenswood. Journal of Australasian Mining History, 17. pp. 118-140.

McGregor, Russell (2019) Idling in green places: a life of Alec Chisholm. Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne.

McGregor, Russell (2019) Mateship with Nature: Nationalism and Conservation in the Writings of Alec Chisholm. Environment and History, 25.

McGregor, Russell (2019) "People the North": nation-building in 1960s Australia. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 65 (2). pp. 215-229.

Murphy, Ffion, and Nile, Richard (2018) Gallipoli's troubled hearts: fear, nerves and repatriation. Studies in Western Australian History, 32. 2. pp. 25-38.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2018) Northern Dreams: the politics of northern development in Australia. Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2017) Drake's progress: the political somersaults of J.G. Drake. Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 103 (2). pp. 111-135.

McGregor, Russell (2017) Excursions through emptiness: interwar travel writing on Northern Australia. Journal of Australian Studies, 41 (4). pp. 421-434.

Murphy, Ffion, and Nile, Richard (2017) Writing silence: grieving mothers and the literature of war. In: Das, Devaleena, and Dasgupta, Sanjukta, (eds.) Claiming Spaces: Australian Women's Writing. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 37-59.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2017) The life and times of Sir Robert Philp. Queensland History Journal, 23 (1). pp. 328-343.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2017) The regional and the local: Whitlam's 'quality of life' agenda. In: Hocking, Jenny, (ed.) Making Modern Australia: The Whitlam Government's 21st Century Agenda. Australian History . Monash University Publishing, Melbourne, VIC, Australia, pp. 71-87.

McGregor, Russell (2016) Environment, Race and Nationhood in Australia: revisiting the empty north. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY, USA.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2016) Northern visions: the Commonwealth and the north since 1945. Northern Territory Historical Studies, 27. pp. 26-46.

Murphy, Ffion, and Nile, Richard (2016) The naked Anzac: exposure and concealment in A.B. Facey's A Fortunate Life. Southerly, 75 (3). pp. 219-238.

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Nile, Richard (2021) West of Westerly: exceptionalism in Australian Studies. Journal of Australian Studies. (In Press)

Nile, Richard (2020) The Anzac Legend didn't mention mud: Australian novels of the Western Front. Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, 20 (1).

Nile, Richard (2020) Digital disruption and co-creating Australian Studies. In: Károly, K., Lázár, I., and Gall, C., (eds.) Culture and Intercultural Communication: Research and Education. Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, pp. 181-191.

Nile, Richard (2020) Post memory violence: the Great War and children of trauma. M/C Journal, 23 (2).

Nile, Richard (2019) Desert Worlds. Southerly, 79 (1). pp. 84-105.

Newlands, Maxine, Brennan, Claire, Hodgson, Patrick, Moran, Viv, Roebuck, Ann, and M'Balla-Ndi, Marie (2016) Townsville turns 150: the old and the news. [Creative Work]

Nile, Richard (2016) Generational renewal: new paradigms for Australian Studies. In: Proceedings of the 7th Conference on Indo Australian Relations. From: Conference on Indo Australian Relations: Retrospect and Prospects, 24-25 January 2014, Thiruvananthapuram, India.

Noonan, Patrick (2016) "Sons of science": remembering John Gould's martyred collectors. Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies, 21 (1). pp. 28-42.

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Piper, Alana, and Stevenson, Ana (2019) Gender violence in Australia: historical perspectives. Australian History . Monash University Publishing, Clayton, Victoria, Australia.

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Robb, Sandi (2019) Daughters of the Flowery Land: Chinese Women in Queensland, 1860–1920. Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies, 8. pp. 151-167.

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Stevenson, Ana (2020) Gillard of Thrones: using popular culture to resist misogyny. In: Firestone, Amanda, and Clark, Leisa A., (eds.) Resist and Persist: essays on social revolution in 21st century narratives. McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, Jefferson, NC, United States, pp. 162-174.

Stevenson, Ana (2018) Harriet Clisby’s 'Sketches of Australia': travel writing and colonial refigurations in Boston’s Woman’s Journal. Women's History Review, 27 (5). pp. 837-857.

Strauss, Jonathan (2018) What did we want? Debates within the Australian nuclear disarmament movement in the 1980s. Labour History, 115. pp. 145-165.

Spicer, Chrystopher (2017) The Flying Adventures of Jessie Keith "Chubbie" Miller. McFarland and Company, Jefferson, NC, USA.

Shields, Rosemary, and Shields, Linda (2016) Dame Maud McCarthy (1859–1949): Matron-in-Chief, British expeditionary forces France and Flanders, First World War. Journal of Medical Biography, 24 (4). pp. 507-517.

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Tynan, Elizabeth (2020) Operation Buffalo: a historical fiction. History Australia, 17 (3). pp. 573-575.

Tynan, Elizabeth (2016) Atomic Thunder: the Maralinga story. NewSouth, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

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Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka, and Brennan, Claire (2021) Hidden women of history: Melanesian indentured labourer Annie Etinside hailed as a Queensland 'pioneer' on her death. The Conversation, May 19 2021.

Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka (2020) Female invisibility in the male's world of plantation-era tropical north Queensland. Lilith: a feminist history journal, 26. pp. 143-170.

Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka (2020) Planter inertia: the decline of the plantation in the Herbert River Valley. Circa: the Journal of Professional Historians, 7 (2020). pp. 20-26.

Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka (2020) The mercurial Henry Alexander Wickham: 'American tobacco planter' on the Herbert. Queensland History Journal, 24 (7). pp. 628-641.

Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka (2019) A 'clique of insignificant cockies'?: an agricultural association in the tropics. Journal of Australian Colonial History, 21. pp. 103-120.

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White, Patrick (2021) What if the Burdekin was never bridged? Sūdō Journal, 3 ('Burning Bridges'). pp. 11-23.

White, Patrick (2020) Many voices, one ambition: local government, post-war reconstruction and northern development in Australia. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 66 (4). pp. 578-595.

Wegner, Janice, and Kahabka, Jana (2018) Croydon’s historic machinery collection: a case study in the uses and needs of outback heritage machinery collections. Queensland Review, 25 (2). pp. 252-266.

Wegner, Janice (2017) A weed by any other name: problems with defining weeds in tropical Queensland. Environment and History, 23 (4). pp. 523-544.

Wegner, Janice (2016) Too much haste, not enough prospecting: Mount Garnet Mine and Smelters, North Queensland. Journal of Australasian Mining History, 14. pp. 99-115.

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Álvarez-Romero, Jorge, and Buissereth, Rachel (2021) Looking back to look forward: a timeline of the Fitzroy River catchment, Story Map. [Creative Work]

Álvarez-Romero, Jorge, Kiatkoski Kim, Milena, Buissereth, Rachel, Pressey, Robert L., Panell, David, Douglas, Michael M., and Spencer-Cotton, Alaya (2021) Looking back to look forward: a timeline of the Fitzroy River catchment. Report to the Australian Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment. Report. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

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