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In Search of the Never-Never

Appendix 2

Selected publications1

2016

‘Borella’s War: The Making of a Legend’. Northern Territory Historical Studies: A Journal of History, Heritage and Archaeology 27: 47–64.

2012

‘Political Chronicle: Northern Territory, July–December 2011’. Australian Journal of Politics and History 58, no. 2: 326–32.

2012

Clare Martin and Mickey Dewar. Speak for Yourself: Eight Chief Ministers Reflect on Northern Territory Self-Government. Darwin: CDU Press, ISBN 9781921576751, 231pp.

2011

‘Political Chronicle: Northern Territory, January–June 2011’. Australian Journal of Politics and History 57, no. 2: 324–29.

2011

Northern Territory Library Celebrating Thirty Years. Darwin: Darwin Library, ISBN 9780977563487, no pagination [31pp.].

2010

‘Political Chronicle: Northern Territory, January–June 2010’. Australian Journal of Politics and History 56, no. 4: 672–78.

2010

‘Political Chronicle: Northern Territory, July–December 2009’. Australian Journal of Politics and History 56, no. 2: 322–28.

2010

Darwin – No Place Like Home: A Social History of Australia’s Northern Capital in the 1950s through a Study of Housing. Darwin: Historical Society of the Northern Territory, ISBN 9781921576249, 174pp.

2010

‘Writing a Heritage Assessment for Battery Hill, Tennant Creek’. Territory in Trust (National Trust of Australia, Northern Territory) 27, no. 1 (January–June): 8–15.

2010

Sue Dugdale and Mickey Dewar. ‘Battery Hill: A Conservation Management Plan’. Report for the Heritage Unit, Northern Territory Government Department of Natural Resources, Environment, the Arts and Sport, October.

2009

‘Political Chronicle: Northern Territory, January–June 2009’. Australian Journal of Politics and History 55, no. 4: 240–45.

2009

‘Political Chronicle: Northern Territory, July–December 2008’. Australian Journal of Politics and History 55, no. 2: 236–42.

2009

‘Social Climbing or Just Being Cool: The 1950s Ideal of an Elevated House in Darwin’. Memento (National Archives of Australia, Canberra) 37 (July): 13–15.

2009

‘The Museum and Art Gallery at Bullocky Point: Some Aspects of Its History’. In Collectors & Museums: Two Centuries of Collecting in the Northern Territory, edited by Brian Reid, Chapter 1, 1–17. Darwin: Historical Society of the Northern Territory, ISBN 9781921576102.

2009

and Sue Dugdale and Associates. ‘Battery Hill Mining Centre: A Heritage Assessment’. Report for the Heritage Unit, Department of Environment, Heritage, Arts and Sport.

2009

‘A History of the Old Supreme Court Building, Darwin’. Report for the National Trust of Australia (Northern Territory).

2009

‘The Fence at Fannie Bay Gaol: An Opinion of the Heritage Value’. Report for the Heritage Unit, Department of Environment, Heritage, Arts and Sport.

2009

‘Michael Terry: The Last Explorer?’ Journal of Northern Territory History 20: 51–74.

2008

‘Political Chronicle: Northern Territory, January–June 2008’. Australian Journal of Politics and History 54, no. 4: 651–57.

2008

‘Political Chronicle: Northern Territory, July–December 2007’. Australian Journal of Politics and History 54, no. 2: 330–36.

2008

‘Old Hospital Site Redevelopment Proposal Report of Public Consultation 11 November to 18 December 2008. Volume 1 – Summary of Responses, Public Comment & Brief Site History; and Volume 2 – Submissions & Comments by Community Members; Notes of Meetings’. Report for Department of Planning and Infrastructure, Northern Territory Government, 18 November.

2008

‘A Festival Event: Aspects of the Changing Nature and Content of Some Community Celebrations in Darwin in the Twentieth Century’. Journal of Northern Territory History 19: 33–49.

2008

Gregory, R., M. Dewar, S. Mitchell, D. Murray and P. Murray. The Cultural Values of the Central Ranges (including the West MacDonnells): A Preliminary Report. [Heritage department Alice Springs]: Northern Territory Government.

2007

‘It’s about Lifestyle: The Territory in the 1950s’. Territory in Trust (National Trust of Australia, Northern Territory) 24, no. 1 (January–June): 3–8.

2007

Final Report AusAid Australian Leadership Awards (ALA) Fellowship Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) Museum Management and Training Program Policy Development Workshops, Darwin, September–November.

2006

Conservation and Management Plans: Lyons Cottage British Australia Telegraph House, Darwin. Darwin: Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.

2005

Modern Frontier: Aspects of the 1950s in Australia’s Northern Territory, edited by Julie T. Wells, Mickey Dewar and Suzanne Parry. Darwin: Charles Darwin University Press, ISBN 0975761420, 219pp.

2005

‘You in Your Small Corner: The Love Song of Alfred J Dyer: Early Days of Church Missionary Society Missions to the Aborigines of Arnhem Land’. Humanities Research 12, no. 1: 27–40.

2005

‘You Are What You Eat: Food and Cultural Identity’. In Modern Frontier, edited by Julie T. Wells, Mickey Dewar and Suzanne Parry, 71–89. Darwin: Charles Darwin University Press.

2003

and Clayton Fredericksen. ‘Prison Heritage, Public History and Archaeology at Fannie Bay Gaol, Northern Australia’. International Journal of Heritage Studies 9, no. 1: 45–63. doi.org/10.1080/1352725022000056622.

2002

and Robin Gregory. Conservation and Management Plans: Connellan Hangar Alice Springs. Darwin: Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. April, 47pp.

2002

‘If I Was Writing My Own History I’d Be a Hero … A Response to Professor David Carment on Making History at the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory’. Australian Historical Studies 33, no. 119: 172–78. doi.org/10.1080/10314610208596208.

2001

with Robin Gregory. Conservation and Management Plans: Old Courthouse (and Jury Room) Alice Springs. Darwin: Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. July, 53pp.

2001

and Clayton Fredericksen. ‘Chinese Labour in Darwin: Fannie Bay Gaol, Northern Territory’. In 1901: Australian Life at Federation: An Illustrated Chronicle, edited by A. Cremin, 30–31. Sydney: UNSW Press, and Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology, assisted by the National Council for the Centenary of Federation.

2000

‘Whose Heritage? A Study of the First Decade of the Alice Springs Cultural Precinct’. Journal of Northern Territory History 11: 25–36.

1999

Inside-Out: A Social History of Fannie Bay Gaol. Darwin: Northern Territory University Press, ISBN 1876248408, 162pp.

1998

‘The Literary Construction of “Half-caste” in the 1930s: Gender, Sexuality and Race in the Northern Territory’. In Connection and Disconnection: Encounters between Settlers and Indigenous People in the Northern Territory, edited by Tony Austin and Suzanne Parry, Chapter 7, 177–204. Darwin: Northern Territory University Press, ISBN 1876248262.

1997

Unlocking Museums: The Proceedings 4th National Conference of Museums Australia Inc [Darwin, Australia, 6–12 September], edited by Ian Walters, Mickey Dewar, Sue Harlow, Jacky Healy, Daena Murray and Barry Russell. Northern Territory: Museums Australia NT Branch, ISBN 094906923X, 322pp.

1997

In Search of the Never-Never: Looking for Australia in Northern Territory Writing. Darwin: Northern Territory University Press, ISBN 1876248068, 234pp.

1997

‘“Hard Labour” or “A Salubrious Retreat”?: The Relationship between Gaol and Community in Palmerston 1869–1910’. Journal of Northern Territory History 8: 1–12.

1996

‘Attitudes Towards the Throne: Royalty and Loyalty at The Residency, Alice Springs’. Northern Perspective 19, no. 1: 99–111.

1996

‘Frontier Theory and the Development of Meaning in Northern Territory Writing’. Journal of Northern Territory History 6: 15–24.

1995

‘Blowing Rusty Bugles: Territory Writing and World War II’. Northern Perspective 18, no. 2: 65–73.

1994

Beginnings: The First Decade of the Northern Territory Women’s Advisory Council 1983–1993. Darwin: Women’s Advisory Council, Department of the Chief Minister, Northern Territory Government, ISBN 0724528636, 84pp.

1993

‘Motives for Massacre: A New Look at the Caledon Bay and Woodah Island Killings’. Journal of Northern Territory History 3: 1–14.

1993

From the Little Black Princess to Biggles: Representations of the Northern Territory in Children’s Literature. Occasional Paper no. 42. Darwin: State Library of the Northern Territory, 15pp.

1992

The ‘Black War’ in Arnhem Land: Missionaries and the Yolngu 1908–1940. Darwin: The Australian National University North Australia Research Unit, ISBN 0731514270, 107pp.

1992

Snorters, Fools and Little ’uns: Sexual Politics and Territory Writing in the South Australian Period. Occasional Paper no. 32. Darwin: State Library of the Northern Territory, 10pp.

1989

‘The Territorial Imperative: The Hidden Agenda of Missionary Involvement in the “Peace Expedition”’. Journal of Northern Territory History 1: 25–33.


1 Excludes shorter pieces such as book reviews, comments, notes, etc.


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