Dolly Mackinnon
TitleCited byYear
Going Global with Assessment: What to do when the dominant culture's literacy drives assessment
D MacKinnon, C Manathunga
Higher Education Research & Development 22 (2), 131-144, 2003
Hearing Places: Sound, Time and Culture
R Bandt, M Duffy, D MacKinnon
Cambridge Scholar's Publishing, 2007
Liquidity and tick size: Does decimalization matter?
G MacKinnon, H Nemiroff
Journal of Financial Research 22 (3), 287-299, 1999
C Coleborne, D MacKinnon
the family: Insanity and institutions in the Australasian colonial world …, 2010
Psychiatry and its institutions in Australia and New Zealand: An overview
C Coleborne, D MacKinnon
International Review of Psychiatry 18 (4), 371-380, 2006
Madness in Australia: Histories, Heritage and the Asylum
C Coleborne, D MacKinnon
Australia: Histories, heritage and the asylum, 2003
Introduction: Deinstitutionalisation in Australia and New Zealand
D MacKinnon, C Coleborne
Health and History 5 (2), 1-16, 2003
Hearing madness: the soundscape of the asylum
D MacKinnon
Madness in Australia: Histories Heritage and the Asylum. Queensland …, 2003
Music, madness and the body: symptom and cure
D MacKinnon
History of psychiatry 17 (1), 9-21, 2006
Exhibiting Madness in Museums: Remembering Psychiatry Through Collection and Display
C Coleborne, D MacKinnon
Routledge, 2012
Space, power and gender in the asylum in Victoria, 1850s-1870s
C Coleborne
Madness in Australia: Histories, Heritage and the Asylum. University of …, 2003
Divine service, music, sport, and recreation as medicinal in Australian asylums 1860s-1945
D MacKinnon
Health and History, 128-148, 2009
‘Amusements are Provided’: Asylum Entertainment and Recreation in Australia and New Zealand c. 1860–c. 1945
D MacKinnon
Permeable Walls, 267-288, 2009
'Poor Senseless Bess, Clothed in her Rags and Folly': Early Modern Women, Madness, and Song in Seventeenth-Century England
D MacKinnon
Parergon 18 (3), 119-151, 2001
Pictures of people, pictures of places: photography and the asylum
B Brookes
Exhibiting Madness in Museums, 40-57, 2012
'The Trustworthy Agency of the Eyes': Reading Images of Music and Madness in Historical Context
D MacKinnon
Health and History 5 (2), 123-149, 2003
'Jolly and fond of singing': The gendered nature of musical entertainment in Queensland mental institutions c1870-c1937
D MacKinnon
The University of Queensland Press, 2003
‘I have now a book of songs of her writing’: Scottish Families, Orality, Literacy and the Transmission of Musical Culture c. 1500–c. 1800
D MacKinnon
Finding the Family in Medieval and Early Modern Scotland, 51-64, 2017
‘Charity is worth it when it looks that good’: Rural Women and Bequests of Clothing in Early Modern England
D MacKinnon
Women, Identities and Communities in Early Modern Europe, 97-112, 2016
Earls Colne's Early Modern Laandscapes
D MacKinnon
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