Penelope Edmonds
Penelope Edmonds
Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow,University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au - Homepage
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Urbanizing frontiers: Indigenous peoples and settlers in 19th-century Pacific Rim cities
P Edmonds
ubc Press, 2010
1972010
Making Settler Colonial Space: Perspectives on race, place and identity
TB Mar, P Edmonds
Springer, 2010
87*2010
Making settler colonial space: Perspectives on race, place and identity
T Banivanua-Mar, P Edmonds
Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
852010
Unpacking settler colonialism’s urban strategies: Indigenous peoples in Victoria, British Columbia, and the transition to a settler-colonial city
P Edmonds
Urban History Review/Revue d'histoire urbaine 38 (2), 4-20, 2010
672010
Settler colonialism and (re) conciliation: Frontier violence, affective performances, and imaginative refoundings
P Edmonds
Springer, 2016
542016
The intimate, urbanising frontier: Native camps and settler colonialism’s violent array of spaces around early Melbourne
P Edmonds
Making Settler Colonial Space, 129-154, 2010
282010
“Failing in every endeavour to conciliate”: Governor Arthur's Proclamation Boards to the Aborigines, Australian conciliation narratives and their transnational connections
P Edmonds
Journal of Australian Studies 35 (2), 201-218, 2011
212011
Travelling ‘Under Concern’: Quakers James Backhouse and George Washington Walker Tour the Antipodean Colonies, 1832–41
P Edmonds
The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 40 (5), 769-788, 2012
182012
A new beginning for Settler Colonial Studies
P Edmonds, J Carey
Settler Colonial Studies 3 (1), 2-5, 2013
172013
Collecting Looerryminer's ‘Testimony’: Aboriginal Women, Sealers, and Quaker Humanitarian Anti-Slavery Thought and Action in the Bass Strait Islands
P Edmonds
Australian Historical Studies 45 (1), 13-33, 2014
152014
Indigenous and settler relations
T Banivanua Mar, P Edmonds
132013
Empire, humanitarianism and violence in the colonies
P Edmonds, A Johnston
Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 17 (1), 2016
122016
“I Followed England Round the World”: The Rise of Trans-Imperial Anglo-Saxon Exceptionalism, and the Spatial Narratives of Nineteenth-Century British Settler Colonies of the…
P Edmonds
Re-Orienting Whiteness, 99-115, 2009
122009
The Le Souf box: Reflections on imperial nostalgia, material culture and exhibitionary practice in colonial Victoria
P Edmonds
Australian Historical Studies 37 (127), 117-139, 2006
122006
Conciliation on colonial frontiers: Conflict, performance, and commemoration in Australia and the Pacific Rim
K Darian-Smith, P Edmonds
Routledge, 2015
102015
Unofficial apartheid, convention and country towns: reflections on Australian history and the New South Wales Freedom Rides of 1965
P Edmonds
Postcolonial Studies 15 (2), 167-190, 2012
102012
" The Whip Is a Very Contagious Kind of Thing": Flogging and humanitarian reform in penal Australia
P Edmonds, H Maxwell-Stewart
Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 17 (1), 2016
82016
We think that this subject of the native races should be thoroughly gone into at the forthcoming Exhibition: The 1866-67 Intercolonial Exhibition
P Edmonds
82008
New obligations: conservation policy and treatment approaches for Aboriginal collections in Bunjilaka, the Aboriginal Centre, Melbourne Museum
P Edmonds, E Wild
Studies in Conservation 45 (sup1), 60-64, 2000
82000
Indigenous Australia exhibition at the British Museum is insider activism at its best
P Edmonds
72015
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