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Publications for Judith Keene

Publications for Judith Keene


Keene, J. (2012). Picasso's Massacre en Corée. Picasso NSW Art Gallery and the Power Institute University of Sydney, associated with the Picasso Exhibition from the Picasso Museum, Paris.

Keene, J. (2012). Picasso's War Paintings. Public Lecture, NSW Art Gallery, Picasso Exhibition from Picasso Museum Paris.


Keene, J. (2011). Enshrining grievance, remembering veterans: The Movement to Raise a Korean War Veterans’ Memorial on the Washington Mall. Colloque International "Histoires de l'oubli dans les mondes francophone et anglophone, 19e- 21e siècles" Université de Provence à Aix-en-Provence 8-10 December 2011.

Keene, J. (2011). Fighting for God, for Franco and (most of all) for Themselves: Right-Wing Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War. In Christine G. Kruger and Sonja Levsen (Eds.), War Volunteering in Modern Times: From the French Revolution to the Second World War, (pp. 211-230). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Keene, J. (2011). In praise of untidy endings: Trans-national Understandings of the POW Figure in Japan, Australia and Elsewhere. Japan Foundation International Symposium on The Asia-Pacific War: Return, Representation and Reconciliation, The University of Sydney, 30 September 2011.

Keene, J. (2011). Lost to Public Commemoration: American Veterans of the "Forgotten" Korean War. Journal Of Social History, 44(4), 1095-1113. [More Information]


Keene, J. (2010). Bodily Matters Above and Below Ground: The Treatment of American Remains from the Korean War. The Public Historian, 32(1), 59-78. [More Information]

Keene, J. (2010). War, Cinema, Prosthetic Memory and Popular

Understanding: A Case Study of the Korean War. PORTAL Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, 7(1), 1-18.

Keene, J. (2010). Where Are the Bodies? A Transnational Examination of State Violence and Its Consequences. The Public Historian, 32(1), 7-12. [More Information]


Keene, J. (2009). Researching and Writing Fascism and Anti-Fascism. Masters Class, Post Graduate Research Students Dept of History, University of Adelaide, 10 July 2009.

Keene, J. (2009). Spanish Historical Memory and the Struggle for a Useable Past. Australasian Association of European History, Adelaide, 6 July 2009.

Keene, J. (2009). Treason on the Airwaves: Three Allied Broadcasters on Axis Radio during World War II. Westport, CT, USA: Praeger Publishers.


Keene, J. (2008). Emilia Pardo Bazan. In Smith, Bonnie G (Eds.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History. (pp. 412-413). New York: Oxford University Press.

Aldrich, R., Keene, J. (2008). Rethinking and Rewriting Europe's Histories: Introduction. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54(3), 343-345.

Keene, J. (2008). Se battre pour Dieu pour Franco et (surtout) pour Nous: Les volontaires de droit pendant la guerre civile espagnole. Public Lecture, International Series: Se Battre pour des idées: Volontariat militaire et Engagement Politique XVIIIe-XXIe siècle. École Normale Supérieur, Paris, March 2008.


Keene, J. (2007). A la recerca de la vida a Acràcia. Un anarquista català a Austràlia. el contemporania, 33-34, 85-99.

Keene, J. (2007). Fighting for Franco: International Volunteers in Nationalist Spain during the Spanish Civil War. London & New York: Continuum.

Keene, J. (2007). Review Article: Turning Memories into History in the Spanish Year of Historical Memory. Journal of Contemporary History, 42(4), 661-671. [More Information]


Keene, J. (2006). En busca de la vida en Acracia: un anarquista catalán en Australie. Spagna Contemporanea, 28(14), 107-131.

Keene, J., Nicholls, M. (2006). Viridiana - DVD Commentary. DVD, Melbourne, Australia: Madman Entertainment.


Keene, J., Pardo Lancina, V. (2005). A una milla de Huesca: diario de una enfermera australiana en la guerra Civil Española. Rolde: University of Zaragoza Press.

Keene, J. (2005). Altrispanismi: Toreros y canguros: hablando y ensenando espanol en Australia. Spagna Contemporanea, xiv(27), 187-200.

Keene, J. (2005). Japanese Overseas Broadcasting and Allied Prisoners of War During World War II. Radio Conference 2005, Melbourne (Aust): RMIT Publishing.

Keene, J. (2005). Spanish civil war. In Agnes Hodgson, Judith Keene, Víctor Pardo Lancina, Gabriel Jackson (Eds.), A una milla de Huesca: diario de una enfermera australiana en la guerra Civil Española, (pp. 17-76). Rolde: University of Zaragoza Press.


Keene, J. (2004). At Home And Away With The Amery Family On Empire Day. History Australia, I(2), 179-195.

Keene, J. (2004). Leni Riefenstahl: Film Maker Extraordinaire Or Nazi Stooge? The National Centre for History Education - ozhistorybytes, (Five), 1-13.

Keene, J. (2004). Ritual, Ceremonies and Daily Diplomacy in Madrid during World War Two. Fourteenth Biennial Conference of the Australasian Association for European History, South Australia: Australian Humanities Press.


Keene, J. (2002). Foreign Women in Spain for General Franco during the Spanish Civil War. In Paola Baccetta and Margaret Power (Eds.), Right-Wing Women From Conservatives to Extremists Around the World, (pp. 183-196). London & New York: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

Keene, J. (2002). Strange bedfellows: feminists, Catholics and anticlericals in the enfranchisement of Spanish women. Australian Feminist Studies, 17(38), 165-176.


Keene, J. (2001). Fighting for Franco: International Volunteers in Nationalist Spain during the Spanish Civil War. London & New York: Continuum

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