Lecturer, Aboriginal Studies
Cert Arts (Massey),
BA (Hons) (UTAS),
Grad Cert University Learning and Teaching (UTAS),
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Protecting Tasmanian Aborigines: American and Queensland Influences on the Cape Barren Island Reserve Act 1912, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History [forthcoming].
Harman, Kristyn. 2010, 'Innovations in Co-ordinating Undergraduate Students Oral Tutorial Presentations', Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, Vol. 7, No. 1. 2009.
'Send in the Sydney Natives! Deploying Mainlanders Against Tasmanian Aborigines', Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, Vol. 14, 2009, pp. 5-24.
'The Same Measure of Justice: Aboriginal Convicts in the Australian Penal Colonies', Australian Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1. 2009.
'Aboriginal Deaths in Custody in Colonial Australia, 1805 -1860s' (with Associate Professor Hamish Maxwell-Stewart), Journal of Colonialism & Colonial History, forthcoming (August 2012).
Aboriginal Convicts: Australian, Khoisan and Māori Exiles, UNSW Press (September 2012).
'The Art of Cutting Stone: Aboriginal Convict Labour in Nineteenth Century New South Wales & Van Diemen's Land, in N. Fijn, I. Keen, C. Lloyd and M. Pickering (eds.), Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies II: Historical Engagements and Current Enterprises, ANU e-Press, Canberra, 2012.
'Multiple Subjectivities: Writing Duall's Life as Social Biography' in P. Read, F. Peters-Little, and A. Haebich (eds.), Indigenous Biography and Autobiography, Monograph 17, Aboriginal History Monograph Series, ANU e-Press, Canberra, 2008.
Kristyn Harman has been involved in the delivery of the Aboriginal Studies program at the University of Tasmania since 2004. She enjoys a long standing commitment to the first year program, delivers several latter year units, and also lectures into the Honours program. Following the completion of her PhD thesis: Aboriginal Convicts: Race, Law, and Transportation in Colonial New South Wales, Kristyn joined Riawunna in a fulltime capacity as an Associate Lecturer. She has since completed a Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching and remains involved in various initiatives to enhance her professional practice. Kristyn's research interests are largely centred on colonial contact, and she has recently presented papers on various aspects of this phenomenon at several international conferences.
Awards and Honours
Community, Place, and Heritage Research Unit:
Shadows of the Past Midlands Highway Silhouettes Interpretation Project (2008)
Community, Place, and Heritage Research Unit: Heritage Highway Project (2008)
UTAS Institutional Research Grant: Stepping Bravely Ashore: Mary Ann Hodgkinson in Early Colonial New Zealand (2010)
Conference Support Scheme Grant: Centre and Periphery: New Zealand Historical Association Conference (2009)
State Library of Tasmania Research Fellowship (Archives Office of Tasmania): The Cape Barren Island Reserve Act 1912 (2008)
Authorised by the Acting Head of School, Humanities
15 October, 2012