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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Arata, Stephen D.  The Occidental Tourist: Dracula and the anxiety of reverse colonization. Victorian Studies 33, Summer 1990, pp. 621-645.

Bagust, Phil.  Vampire Dogs and Marsupial Hyenas: fear, myth and the Tasmanian Tiger's extinction. In: Peter Day. Vampires: myths and metaphors of enduring evil. Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2006, pp. 94-108.

Bollas, Christopher.  The Shadow of the Object: Psychoanalysis of the Unthought Known. Free Association Books, 1987.

Bohm, David / Krishnamurti, Jiddu.  The Ending of Time. Harper, 1985.

Bonwick, James.  The Last of the Tasmanians; or, the Black War of Van Diemen's Land. Sampson Low Son and Marston, 1870.

Boyce, James.  Van Diemen's Land. Melbourne, Black Inc, 2008. [review]

Boyce, James.  Canine Revolution: the social and environmental impact of the introduction of the dog to Tasmania. Environmental History, 11, 2006, 1.

Boyce, James.  "Fantasy Island" In: Robert Manne, ed., Whitewash: On Keith Windschuttle's Fabrication of Aboriginal History, Melbourne: Black Inc., 2003.

Boyce, James.  Better to Be Mistaken Than to Deceive: the fabrication of Aboriginal history and the Van Diemonian record. Island, 96, 2004.

Boyce, James.  Journeying Home: a new look at the British invasion of Van Diemen's Land 1803-1823. Island, 66, 2006, pp. 38-63.

Burnham, John C.  Psychotic Delusions as a Key to Historical Cultures: Tasmania, 1830-1940. Journal of Social History, 13, 3 (Spring, 1980), pp. 368-383. [abstract]

Calder, James  (Ed.).    The Circumnavigation of Van Diemen's Land in 1815 by James Kelly and in 1824 by James Hobbs. Hobart, Sullivans Cove, 1984.

Casella, Eleanor Conlin.  To Watch or Restrain: female convict prisons in 19th-century Tasmania', International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 5. 1, 2001, pp. 45-72. [abstract]

Castles, Alex C.  An Australian Legal History. Sydney, Law Book Co Ltd, 1982.

Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation. Sharing History: a sense for all Australians of a shared ownership of their history. Canberra, AGPS, 1993. (Key Issue Paper No 4) [text]

Curthoys, Ann / Docker, John.  Is History Fiction?. -- the necessity for and difficulty of finding the truth in history. University of New South Wales, 2005. [commentary]

Davis, John.  The Transpersonal Dimensions of Ecopsychology: nature, nonduality and spiritual practice. The Humanistic Psychologist, 1998, vol 26, 1-3, pp. 60-100.. [text]

Day, Peter.  Vampires: myths and metaphors of enduring evil. Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2006.

Eco, Umberto / Gould, Stephen Jay / Carriere, Jean-Claude / Delumeau, Jean.  Conversations About the End of Time. Fromm International, 1999.

Evans, R. / Thorpe, B.  The Massacre of Aboriginal History. Overland. 2001, 163, pp. 21-40.

Frost, John.  The Horrors of Convict Life. Hobart, Sullivan's Cove, 1856/1973. [review]

Frost, John.  A Letter to the People of Great Britain and Ireland on Transportation showing the effects of Irresponsible Power on the Physical and Moral Conditions of Convicts. London: 1857, 2nd edition.

Gelder, Ken.  Reading the Vampire. Routledge, 1994.

Gelder, Ken / Jacobs, Jane M.  Uncanny Australia: sacredness and identity in a postcolonial nation. Melbourne University Press, 1998.

Giordano, Margaret.  A Man and a Mountain: the story of Gustav Weindorfer. Launceston, Regal Publications, 1987.

Giordano, Margaret.  Tasmanian Tales of the Supernatural. Launceston, Regal Publications, 2001.

Greer, Germaine.  We can dream too. The Guardian, 19 June 2004. [text]

Griffiths, Joanna.  The Varieties of Nature Experience. World Views: Environment, Culture, Religion, 6, 3, 2002, pp. 253-275. [abstract]

Gunstone, Andrew.  Reconciliation, Nationalism and the History Wars. Monash University, Australian Indigenous Studies, 2004. [text]

Gurevitch, Zali.  The Symposium: Culture as Daimonic Conversation. Human Studies, 21, 4, October, 1998, pp. 437-454.

Harpur, Patrick.  Daimonic Reality: a field guide to the Other World. Penguin, 1994. [review]

Hay, Peter.  Tasmania: the strange and verdant politics of a strange and verdant island. Institute of Island Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, 2000. [text]

Hay, Peter.  Myths Floating on the Tides of History. Forty Degrees South, 4, 1996, pp. 8-15..

Hay, Peter.  The Politics of Tasmania's World Heritage Area: contesting the democratic subject. Centre for Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania. [text]

Hay, Peter.  Port Arthur. Where Meanings Collide, Island, no 67, Winter, 1996..

Hay, Peter.  Vandiemonian Essays. Hobart, Walleah Press, 2002. [extracts]

Haynes, Roslynn.  From Habitat to Wilderness; Tasmania's role in the policising of place, In: David Trigger and Gareth Griffiths (Ed.). Disputed Territories: Land, Culture and Identity in Settler Societies. Hong Kong University Press, 2003, pp. 81-108.

Heisig, James.  Philosophers of Nothingness: An Essay on the Kyoto School. Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press, 2001.

Henderson, John.  Observations on the Colonies of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land. Adelaide, Libraries Board of south Australia, 1965  (facsimile edition).

Hoare, Michael E.  "All Things Are Queer and Opposite": scientific societies in Tasmania in the 1840's. Isis, 60, 2 (Summer, 1969), pp. 198-209.

Hughes, Robert.  The Fatal Shore: a history of the transportation of convicts to Australia, 1787-1868. Collins Harvill, 1987.

Inglis, Ken / Phillips, Jock.  War Memorials in Australia and New Zealand: A Comparative Survey. In: Rickard, J. and Spearritt, P (eds) Packaging the Past?. Public Histories. Melbourne: University of Melbourne Press, 1991.

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Lake, Marilyn.  Convict women as objects of male vision: an historiographical review. Bulletin of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, 2, 1, 1989, pp. 40-48.

Laycock, Steven William.  Nothingness and Emptiness: a Buddhist engagement with the ontology of Jean-Paul Sartre. State University of New York Press, 2001.

Lehman, Greg.  The Trouble with Paradise. Centre for Australian Indigenous Studies, Monash University. [text]

Lumb, R. D.  The Constitution of the Australian States. University opf Queensland Press, 1963/1991.

Manne, Robert  (Ed.).    Whitewash: On Keith Windschuttle's Fabrication of Aboriginal History. Melbourne, Black Inc., 2003. [review | introduction]

Manne, Robert.  Pearson's Gamble, Stanner's Dream: the past and future of remote Australia. The Monthly Essays, August 2007, #26. [text]

McMahon, Anne.  Tasmanian Aboriginal Women as Slaves. Tasmanian Historical Research Association, Papers and Proceedings, 23, 2, 1976.

Melville, Henry.  The History of Van Diemen's Land: From the Year 1824 to 1835, Inclusive, During the Administration of Lieutenant-Governor George Arthur, Part II, ed. and intro. George Mackaness. Sydney: D.S. Ford, 1959.

Moses, Dirk A.  Genocide in Australia?. In Deborah Gare and David Ritter, eds., A Land Without Limits: Australian History and Society Since 1788  (Melbourne: Thomson Learning, 2007).

Moses, Dirk A.  Revisionism and Denial. In Whitewash: On Keith Windschuttle's Fabrication of Aboriginal History, ed. Robert Manne  (Melbourne: Black Inc., 2003), pp. 337-370).

Morgan, Sharon.  Land Settlement in Early Tasmania: creating an Antipodean England. Cambridge University Press, 1992.

Mudrooroo,  (aka Colin Johnson and Mudrooroo Narogin).    Doctor Wooreddy's Prescription for Enduring the Ending of the World. Melbourne, Hyland House, 1983.

Mudrooroo,  (aka Colin Johnson and Mudrooroo Narogin).    Master of the Ghost Dreaming. Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1991..

Mudrooroo,  (aka Colin Johnson and Mudrooroo Narogin).    The Undying. Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1998.

Mudrooroo,  (aka Colin Johnson and Mudrooroo Narogin).    Underground. Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1999.

Mudrooroo,  (aka Colin Johnson and Mudrooroo Narogin).    Writing from the Fringe. Melbourne, Hyland House, 1990..

Paddle, Robert.  The Last Tasmanian Tiger: the history and extinction of the Thylacine. Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Petrow, S.  A Case of Mistaken Identity: the Vandemonian Spirit and the Law. Tasmanian Historical Studies, 6, 1998, (1) pp. 28-32.

Petrow, S.  Combating the Hated Stain: Victorian Legislation Against Vandiemonian Convicts in the 1850s. Australia and New Zealand Law and History E-journal, 2005. [abstract]

Phillips, Adam.  Side Effects. Penguin, 2006. [review | review]

Pilger, John.  A Secret Country: the hidden Australia. Knopf, 1989/1991.

Pilger, John / Lowery, Alan  (films).    The Secret Country: The First Australians Fight Back  (1985).

Pilger, John / Lowery, Alan  (films).    Welcome to Australia: The Secret Shame Behind the Sydney Olympics (1999). [description]

Rashidi, Runoko.  Black War: the destruction of the Tasmanian Aborigines. 1998. [text]

Rashidi, Runoko.  The Black Presence in Tasmania: A Case of Genocide. The Challenger, 21, Feb 1996.

Rashidi, Runoko.  Black War: The Destruction of the Tasmanian Aborigines. Rhythm of the Drum 2, 4, 1996, pp 18-22..

Rashidi, Runoko.  The Black Presence in Australia, Tasmania and the South Pacific. The Key 4, 7, Jul/Aug 1997, pp. 2-4..

Rashidi, Runoko.  Tasmanian Devils -- The Destruction of the Tasmanian Aborigines. Black History Magazine, 1999, pp 57-63..

Reid, K. M.  The Horrors of Convict Life: British radical visions of the Australian penal colonies, Cultural and Social History (forthcoming, 2007). [preprint]

Reynolds, Henry.  'The Hated Stain': the aftermath of transportation in Tasmania. Historical Studies, 14, 1969, 53, pp. 19-31..

Reynolds, Henry.  Fate of a Free People: A Radical Re-Examination of the Tasmanian Wars. Melbourne, Penguin, 1995.

Roseman, Hilarie.  Humiliation Flowering from Historical Roots: an Australian experience. Metung, 2005 (Dignity and Humiliation Studies). [text]

Ryan, Lyndall.  The Aboriginal Tasmanians. Sydney, Allen and Unwin, 1996, 2nd edition.

Sallantin, Xavier.  Le Livre Zéro ou la genèse du sens. Groupe Béna, 1982.

Sallantin, Xavier.  Le Monde n'est pas malade, il enfante. Groupe Béna, 1982.

Sainty, Theresa.  Tasmanian places and Tasmanian Aboriginal language. Placenames Australia: Newsletter of the Australian National Placenames Survey, 2005.

Schnackenberg, Sally.  Kate Weindorfer -- the woman behind the Man and the Mountain: a biography of Kate Julia Weindorfer, wife of Cradle Montain pioneer Gustav Weindorfer. Tasmania, Regal Publications, 1998.

Sevilla, Anton Luis C.  Poetries of Nothingness: finding a common ground between Heidegger, Zen Buddhism and Theoretical Physics. A Thesis Submitted to The Philosophy Department Ateneo de Manila University. [text]

Shakespeare, Nicholas.  In Tasmania. Harvill, 2004.

Simpson, Joe.  Touching the Void. Vintage, 1998.

Stanner, W. E. H.  The Dreaming, 1953.

Stanner, W. E. H.  White Man Got No Dreaming: Essays 1938-1973. Canberra, Australian National University Press, 1979.

Tardif, P.  Notorious Strumpets and Dangerous Girls: Convict women in Van Diemen's Land 1803-1829. Sydney, 1990.

Tarrant, John.  Bodhidharma's Vast Emptiness: Forgetting Who You Are and Making Use of Nothing. 2006. [text]

Tarrant, John.  Bring Me the Rhinoceros: And Other Zen Koans to Bring You Joy. Harmony, 2004.

Taylor, Rebe.  Unearthed: the Aboriginal Tasmanians of Kangaroo Island.Wakefield Press..

Taylor, Rebe.  Breaking a Loud Silence. The Age, 13 September 2003. [text]

Travers, Robert.  The Tasmanians: The Story of a Doomed Race. Cassell, 1968.

Tumarkin, Maria.  'Wishing You Weren't Here …': Thinking About Trauma, Place and the Port Arthur Massacre. Fresh Cuts: New Talents, 2001. [text]

Turcotte, Gerry.  Re-mastering the Ghosts: Mudrooroo and Gothic Refigurations. Faculty of Arts, University of Wollongong, 2003 in: Oboe, A (ed), Mongrel Signatures. Reflections on the Work of Mudrooroo, Rodopi Press, Amsterdam, 2003, pp. 129-151.. [text]

Turnbull, Clive.  Black War: the extermination of the Tasmanian Aborigines. Lansdowne Press, 1948/1965.

Van Toorn, Penny.  The Terrors of Terra Nullius: Gothicising and De-Gothicising Aboriginality. World Literature Written in English 32.2 and 33.1, 1992-93, pp. 87-97.

West, John.  The History of Tasmania. Launceston, Henry Dowling, 1852/1966. [facsimile edition]

Windschuttle, Keith.  The Fabrication of Aboriginal History, 2001. [summary]

Windschuttle, Keith.  The Myths of Frontier Massacres in Australian history: Part II The fabrication of the Aboriginal death toll. Quadrant, November 2000. [text]

Windschuttle, Keith.  The Fabrication of Aboriginal History, Volume One: Van Diemen's Land 1803-1847. 2002. [review | review | review]

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