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Selected publications

  • ‘Envisaging a Future for Slavery: Agostino Brunias and the Imperial Politics of Labour and Reproduction’, Eighteenth-Century Studies, September 2018
  • ‘The art of travel in the name of science: Mobility and erasure in the art of Flinders’s Australian voyage, 1801-03’, in Empire and Mobility in the Long Nineteenth Century, David Lambert and Peter Merriman (eds), Manchester University Press, 2018
  • ‘The Artist Travels: Augustus Earle at Sea’, in Tricia Cusack (ed.), Framing the Ocean, 1700 to Present - The Sea as Social Space in Western Art, Ashgate Publishing, July 2014
  • ‘Violence and Memory: Slavery in the Museum’, in World Art and the Legacies of Colonial Violence, Daniel Rycroft (ed), Ashgate Publishing, 2013
  • ‘The Spectre of Empire in the British Art Museum’, Museum History Journal, special issue ‘Curating Empire’, vol. 6, no. 1, January 2013
  • ‘“On the Spot”: Travelling Artists and Abolitionism, 1770-1830’, Atlantic Studies, June 2011, pp. 213-232.
  • ‘Slavery, a “Scandal to Christian Nations”. Charles Darwin, Augustus Earle, and the Compass of Morality’, in Jeanette Hoorn (ed), Reframing Darwin: Evolution and Art in Australia, Melbourne University Publishing, Melbourne, 2009, pp. 26-37.
  • ‘The Wanderer, the Slave and the Aboriginal: Augustus Earle in Rio de Janeiro and Sydney in the 1820s’, in Jaynie Anderson (ed.), Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence: The Proceedings of the 32nd International Congress in the History of Art, Miegunyah Press, Melbourne, 2009, pp. 328-333
  • The Encounter, 1802: Art of the Flinders and Baudin Voyages, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2002. 228 pp. (commissioning editor and principal author)
  • 'Creating a National Identity: Australia's Impressionist Landscapes' in Christopher Riopelle (ed.), Australia's Impressionists, National Gallery, 2016