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Publications for Penny Russell

Publications for Penny Russell

2016

Russell, P., Worden, N. (2016). Honourable Intentions? Violence and Virtue in Australian and Cape Colonies, c 1750 to 1850. Oxford, UK: Routledge (Taylor and Francis).



2014

Russell, P. (2014). Death on a river: Honour and violence in an Australian penal colony, 1826-1827. In Carolyn Strange, Robert Cribb, Christopher E. Forth (Eds.), Honour, Violence and Emotions in History, (pp. 107-126). London: Bloomsbury.

Russell, P. (2014). Travelling steerage: class, commerce, religion and family in colonial Sydney. Journal of Australian Studies, 38(4), 383-395. [More Information]

2013

Russell, P. (2013). Gender and colonial society. In Alison Bashford, Stuart Macintyre (Eds.), The Cambridge History of Australia: Volume 1: Indigenous and Colonial Australia, (pp. 462-486). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Russell, P. (2013). Unremitting Exertions: Sentiment and Responsibility in Jane Franklin's Correspondence (1854). In Frederic Regard (Eds.), Arctic Exploration in the Nineteenth Century: Discovering the Northwest Passage, (pp. 115-135). London: Pickering and Chatto.

2012

Russell, P. (2012). 'A Silly Quarrel About a Sore Knee'? Defending Honour in a Professional Dispute, Sydney 1846. Health and History, 14(2), 46-73. [More Information]

Russell, P. (2012). Emma Darwin: A Victorian Life. Victorian Studies.

Russell, P. (2012). Girl in a Red Dress: Inventions of Mathinna. Australian Historical Studies, 43(3), 341-362. [More Information]



2011

Russell, P. (2011). An Edwardian Summer (Exhibition Review). reCollections: A journal of museums and collections, 6(1), 1-4.

Nye, A., Hughes-Warrington, M., Roe, J., Russell, P., Deacon, D., Kiem, P. (2011). Exploring historical thinking and agency with undergraduate history students. Studies in Higher Education, 36(7), 763-780. [More Information]

2010

Russell, P. (2010). 'Citizens of the World?': Jane Franklin's Transnational Fantasies. In Desley Deacon, Penny Russell and Angela Woollacott (Eds.), Transnational Lives: Biographies of Global Modernity, 1700-present, (pp. 195-208). Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Deacon, D., Russell, P., Woollacott, A. (2010). Introduction. In Desley Deacon, Penny Russell and Angela Woollacott (Eds.), Transnational Lives: Biographies of Global Modernity, 1700-present, (pp. 1-11). Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lake, M., Russell, P. (2010). Miss Australia. In Melissa Harper, Richard White (Eds.), Symbols of Australia, (pp. 91-97). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Russell, P. (2010). Savage or Civilised Manners in Colonial Australia. Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Deacon, D., Russell, P., Woollacott, A. (2010). Transnational Lives: Biographies of Global Modernity, 1700-present. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan.



2009

Nye, A., Hughes-Warrington, M., Roe, J., Russell, P., Peel, M., Deacon, D., Laugeson, A., Kiem, P. (2009). Historical thinking in higher education: Staff and student perceptions of the nature of historical thinking. History Australia, 6(3), 73.1-73.16.

Russell, P. (2009). Life's Illusions: The "Art" of critical biography. Journal of Women's History, 21(4), 152-156.

Russell, P. (2009). Unhomely Moments: Civilising domestic worlds in colonial Australia. The History of the Family, 14(4), 327-339. [More Information]



2008

Deacon, D., Russell, P., Woollacott, A. (2008). Introduction. In Desley Deacon, Penny Russell and Angela Woollacott (Eds.), Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World, (pp. xiii-xxi). Canberra: ANU E Press.

Deacon, D., Russell, P., Woollacott, A. (2008). Transnational Ties: Australian Lives in the World. Canberra: ANU E Press.

2006

Russell, P. (2006). Manners and Formality. In Thomson and Gale (Eds.), Scribner’s Encyclopedia of Europe 1789-1914. Charles Scribners & Sons Publishing.



2005

Russell, P. (2005). Australia's History: Themes and Debates. Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Russell, P. (2005). Private Writings. In Spongberg, Mary; Curthoys, Ann and Caine, Barbara (Eds.), Companion to Women's Historical Writing, (pp. 427-437). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Russell, P. (2005). Unsettling settler society. In Lyons, M and Russell, P (Eds.), Australia's History: Themes and Debates, (pp. 22-40). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Russell, P. (2005). Wife Stories: Narrating Marriage and Self in the Life of Jane Franklin. Victorian Studies, 48(1), 35-57.

2004

Russell, P. (2004). A Woman Of The Future? Feminism And Conservatism In Colonial New South Wales. Women's History Review, 13(1), 69-90.

Russell, P. (2004). Almost Believing: The Ethics Of Historical Imagination. In Stuart Macintyre (Eds.), The historians Conscience: Australian historians on the ethics of history, (pp. 106-117). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

Russell, P. (2004). An Improper Education? Jane Griffin's Pursuit Of Self-Improvement And ''Truth'', 1811-12. History of Education, 33(3), 249-265.

Russell, P. (2004). Empathy, Imagination And Feminist History. Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, 13, 1-11.

Russell, P. (2004). Imagining Romance: Geneva 1816. Australian Feminist Studies, 19(43), 9-18.

Russell, P. (2004). Ornaments Of Empire. History Australia, 1(2), 196-208.

2003

Russell, P. (2003). Antipodean Queen of Sheba. Meanjin, 62(4), 161-167.

Russell, P. (2003). Cultures of distinction. In Teo, H. M. and White, R. (Eds.), Cultural History in Australia, (pp. 158-171). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

2002

Russell, P. (2002). 'Behold another Sheba Comes'. In Penny Russell (Eds.), This Errant Lady: Jane Franklin's Overland Journey to Port Phillip and Sydney 1839, (pp. 1-23). Australia: Antipodes Books and Beyond.

Russell, P. (2002). Introduction and annotations. In Penny Russell (Eds.), This Errant Lady: Jane Franklin's Overland Journey to Port Phillip and Sydney 1839. Australia: Antipodes Books and Beyond.

Russell, P. (2002). Melbourne 1-5 April 1839. In Penny Russell (Eds.), This Errant Lady: Jane Franklin's Overland Journey to Port Phillip and Sydney 1839, (pp. 25-34). Australia: Antipodes Books and Beyond.

Russell, P. (2002). On the Road. National Library of Australia News.

Russell, P. (2002). The Brash Colonial: Class and Comportment in Nineteen-century Australia. In Royal Historical Society (Eds.), Transactions of the Royal Historical Society: Sixth Series: volume 12, (pp. 431-453). Uk: Cambridge University Press.

Russell, P. (2002). This Errant Lady: Jane Franklin's Overland Journey to Port Phillip and Sydney 1839. Australia: Antipodes Books and Beyond.

Russell, P. (2002). Voyage Home. In Penny Russell (Eds.), This Errant Lady: Jane Franklin's Overland Journey to Port Phillip and Sydney 1839, (pp. 197-208). Australia: Antipodes Books and Beyond.



1994

Russell, P. (1994). A Wish of Distinction: Colonial Gentility and Femininity. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press


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