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Publication List

Book / Journal Volume / Bibliography Cost
A Living Force

A Living Force: Andrew Inglis Clark and the Ideal of Commonwealth

This important book presents papers by leading Australian historians and lawyers on the ideas of Andrew Inglis Clark, and includes a selection of Clark's own papers. It seeks to envisage Clark in the context of his times. It ponders what is living and what is dead in his legacy.

$28.50

Dr Edward Swarbreck Hall

Dr Edward Swarbreck Hall: Colonial Medical Scientist & Moral Activist, 2016

Dr Edward Swarbreck Hall resurrects the many-sided life of a colonial doctor who, with great moral courage and passion, renounced the pursuit of private gain and strove tirelessly for the benefit of the sick and powerless.

$39.95

History of the Huon

History of the Huon, Channel and Bruny Island Region: Printed Sources No. 1

This book is designed to assist those who are interested in the history of the Huon-Channel-Bruny Island area. It extensively lists and classifies printed materials relating to the history of the region, in both its Aboriginal and European phases. A brief commentary is added to most items, to indicate their character and how they might prove useful to those seeking to learn more about the area's history.

$16.50

History of the Midlands

History of the Midlands - Central Plateau Region: Printed Sources No. 2

History of the Midlands - Central Plateau Region: Printed Sources is the second of a series of Tasmanian historical bibliographies. It is issued by the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, which forms part of the History Department of the University of Tasmania. This book is designed to assist those interested in the history of the Midlands-Central Plateau area. It extensively lists and classifies printed materials relating to the history of the region, in both Aboriginal and European phases.

$16.50

History of West Tasmania

History of West and South-West Tasmania: A Guide to Printed Sources No. 3

History of West and South-West Tasmania: A Guide to Printed Sources is the third of a series of Tasmanian Historical bibliographies. This book is designed to assist those interested in the history of the west and south-west of Tasmania. It extensively lists and classifies printed materials relating to the history of this area, both in its Aboriginal and European phases.

$16.50

Intellect and Emotion

Intellect and Emotion

The papers in this collection were first presented at a symposium entitled "Intellect and Emotion: Perspectives on Australian History' held at the University of Tasmania on 29 -31 March 1996. The symposium was held to mark the retirement of Michael Roe from the Chair of History and as a tribute to his contribution to the study of Australian History.

$40.00

Ireland and Tasmania

Ireland & Tasmania 1848: Sesquicentenary Papers

Seven leaders of the Young Ireland Rebellion of 1848 and numbers of lesser insurgents ended up in Tasmania. The island state also hosted Australia's chief commemoration of the events of that year and the rebels' roles in it. Seven sessions analysed causes and effects, politics, poetry and prose, events and personalities, all with their Australian overtones - and undertones.

$22.00

Practical Visionaries

Practical Visionaries: Three Generations of the Inglis Clark Family in Tasmania and Beyond

In 1832 Alexander Clark, a young Scottish engineer, and his wife Ann Inglis, migrated to Tasmania where they and their descendants influenced many aspects of Tasmania's development over the next 130 years. The most famous of all was, without doubt, their youngest son Andrew Inglis Clark, author of the Hare-Clark voting system, one of the "Founding Fathers" of Australian federation and prime architect of the Constitution.

$30.00

THS v5

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 05 Nº2, 1997

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Keith Windshuttle, Marilyn Lake, Dan Huon, Stefan Petrow, A Killalea, H Maxwell-Stewart & Ian Duffield, & Jan Critchett.

$22.00

THS v7

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 07 Nº1, 2000

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Graham Connah, Tom Griffiths, Grace Karskens, Lynette Ross, Jill Cassidy, Lorraine Macknight and Marian Walker.

$20.00

THS v7-2

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 07 Nº2, 2001

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Graeme Davison, Alison Alexander, Mark Johnston, John Currey, David Martin Jones, Glynn Barratt, Susan R. Allan, and Stephen Alomes.

$22.00

THS v8

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 08 Nº1, 2002

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Stephen Alomes, Marilyn Lake, Helen Irving, Rebecca Kippen, Richard Ely, Kate Murphy and Stefan Petrow.

$22.00

THS v8-2

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 08 Nº2, 2003

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Guy Green, William Coleman & Alf Hagger, CA Cranston, Graeme Davison, Katrina Dean, Nic Haygarth and David Nichols & Robert Freestone.

$22.00

THS v9

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 09, 2004

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Anna Haebich, Patricia Grimshaw/Sharon Low, Marilyn Lake, Andrew Piper, Dianne Snowden, John Connor, John Taylor & Lyndall Rya.

$22.00

THS v10

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 10, 2005

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Robin Haines, Jim Hammerton, Lyn Andersch, Billy Badger, Margaret Lindley, Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, Will Mooney, Joanna Richardson & Elisabeth Wilson.

$22.00

THS v11

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 11, 2006

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Tom Griffiths, Grace Karskens, Tim Jetson, Roger Kellaway, Peter Dowling & Keith Adkins.

$22.00

THS v12

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 12, 2007

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Edward Duyker, Cindy McCreery, Stefan Petrow, Jacquie D'Arcy & Michael Hess.

$26.00

THS v13

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 13, 2008

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Geoffrey Blainey, Susan Lawrence, Richard Tuffin, Marian Walker, Joan Holloway & Toni Sherwood.

$26.00

THS v14

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 14, 2009

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Kristyn Harman, Elisabeth Wilson, Bruce Scates, Jessica Dietrich, Eva Meidl, Stefan Petrow and Kate Crowley.

$26.00

THS v20

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 15, 2010

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Michael Hess, Tim Jetson, Bronwyn Meikle, Humphrey McQueen, Peter Wilde & Elisse Sutherland, Karin Dowling, Alison Alexander and Pam Sharpe.

$30.00

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Bronwyn Meikle, Julia Clark, Joy Damousi, Caroline Evans and Jessie Mitchell.

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 16, 2011

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Bronwyn Meikle, Julie Clark, Joy Damousi, Caroline Evans and Jessie Mitchell.

$30.00

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Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 17, 2012

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Heather Felton, Douglas Wilkie, Caitlin Sutton, Michael Roe, and Stefan Petrow.

$30.00

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Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 18, 2013

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Elisabeth Wilson, Kathy Evans, Christine Leppard-Quinn, Michael Bennett, Stefan Petrow, and Michael Asten.

$40.00

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Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 19, 2014

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by Eleanor Robin, Bronwyn Meikle, Richard Ely, Jacqueline Fox, Peggy James, and Tim Jetson.

$40.00

THS v6

Tasmanian Historical Studies Vol 6 Nº1, 1998

The annual journal of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies. Includes papers by John Ritchie, Henry Reynolds, Stefan Petrow, Stuart Macintyre, Alison Alexander, Caroline Evans and Hamish Maxwell-Stewart.

$19.25

Companion to Tasmanian History

The Companion to Tasmanian History

The Companion to Tasmanian History is a comprehensive online volume providing information about every important aspect of Tasmania’s history, covering all periods and all places.

FREE

The Role of Government

The Role of Government in the Development of the Tasmanian Metal Mining Industry.

The first part of this study looks at sporadic attempts to 1850 to find and exploit metallic minerals. All efforts were unsuccessful. Part two begins by examining responses of government and private individuals to the discovery of gold on mainland Australia, and part three spans the period from 1867 to 1883, when Government became more responsive to the idea of a a specific ministry to oversee the mining industry.

$27.50

Russians in Hobart

The Russians in Hobart 1823

In May 1823 two ships of the Russian Baltic fleet, the frigate Kreiser and the sloop Ladoga, entered the Derwent for a three-week visit. Ostensibly, and largely in fact, their purpose was scientific discovery. They were also, although they did not tell their hosts this, instructed to be watchful of Russian imperial and trading interests in the Pacific...

$27.50

Bulletin of the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies

Journal Volume Cost

Vol 1, no 3 (1987) Includes papers by NJB Plomley, L Robson & CMH Clark (56pp)

$11.00

Vol 2, no 3 (1989) Includes papers by Richard Davis & Michael Roe (92pp)

$11.00

Vol 3, no 2 (1991-92) Includes papers by Alan Frost, R Dixon, N McLachlan, R Davis, P Hay & Marie Fels (98pp)

$11.00

Vol 4, no 1 (1993) Includes papers by Michael Roe, Peter Chapman,G Stillwell, Alison Alexander and Peter Hay (58pp)

$16.50

Mainly Documentary

The following, of which we hold a small number, were published by the History Department, University of Tasmania, in the 1960s. All are rare.

Report Cost

Report on the Historical Manuscripts of Tasmania, Number 6 (1967) (44 pages)

$16.50

Report on the Historical Manuscripts of Tasmania, Number 7 (1968) (37 pages)

$16.50