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Researcher: Evans, C (Dr Caroline Evans)

Fields of Research

Australian history
Historical studies
Other education
Sociology
Specialist studies in education

Research Objectives

Understanding Australia's past
Expanding knowledge in history, heritage and archaeology
Expanding knowledge in human society
Other education and training
Expanding knowledge in psychology
Pacific Peoples community services
Children's services and childcare
Rehabilitation and correctional services

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'Poor Wand'rers': Tasmanian Street Children and Social Policy in the 1890s; Tasmanian Historical Studies
A 'Pink Palace'' Risdon prison, 1960-2004; Department of Justice
A Funny Old Hobby: Sir William Crowther's Collection of Aboriginal Remains; Kanunnah
A Tide of Success: A History of Shellfish Culture Ltd 1979-2000; Shellfish Culture Ltd
A vertically integrated, embedded curiculum enhances the information literacy skills of science undergraduates; HERDSA
Aligning Information Literacy with the Faculty Teaching and Learning Agenda; Australian Academic & Research Libraries
Childhood
Cramp Brothers
D Williams Builders Pty Ltd
Declining Volunteerism in Tasmania's Neglected Children's Department, 1896-1918; Voluntary Action History Society Third International Conference
Declining Volunteerism in Tasmania's Neglected Children's Department, 1896-1918; Tasmanian Historical Studies
Domestic Violence
Edmund Morris Miller (1881-1964)
Everything Prompt: D Williams Pty. Ltd., 1855-2005; D. Williams Builders Pty Ltd
Excellent Women and Troublesome Children: State Foster Care in Tasmania, 1896-1918; Labour History
Families
Flat-Minded? Living at Housing Tasmania's Windsor Court, 1954-2002; Living and Working in Hobart: Historical Perspectives
Grange Heritage: Ten Tasmanian Memories of the Nation's Life, 1902-2002; Mary Grange
Growing Gracefully and Usefully: Glenview 1948-2010; Glenview Community Services
Hadley's Hotel
Idealists, Pragmatists and ‘Simple-Minded’ Scamps: The Tasmanian Mental Deficiency Board and State ‘Care’ in the 1920s; Australian Historical Studies
In Good Condition Throughout: Co-operative Motors 1913-2013; Co-operative Motors
Kay Daniels: Her Teaching and its Legacy; Tasmanian Historical Studies
Landmarks in Mothering: Tasmanian Child Welfare Legislation, 1895-1918; Australia & New Zealand Law & History E-Journal
Neglected Children
Perceptions of Fatherhood in Tasmania's Neglected Children's Department, 1896-1918; Tasmanian Historical Research Association: Papers and Proceedings
Protecting the Innocent: Tasmania's Neglected Children, their Parents and State Care, 1890-1918
Social Isolation Among Young Veterans: Literature Review
State Girls: their Lives as Apprentices, 1896-1935; Tasmanian Historical Research Association: Papers and Proceedings
The Baily Flag: a part of the ANZAC Legend
Vessels of Progressivism? Tasmanian State Girls and Eugenics, 1900-1940; Australian Historical Studies
Vessels of Progressivism? Tasmanian State Girls and Eugenics, 1900-1940; History and Sociology of Eugenics Conference
What do we teach them and what are they learning? Evaluation and assessment of the information literacy skills of science students; UniServe Science

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision