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Researcher: Wilson, EK (Dr Elisabeth Wilson)

Research Fields

Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
Historical Studies
British History

Research Impact

Understanding Australia's Past
Expanding Knowledge in History and Archaeology
Religion and Society
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'A Halo of Notoriety': The Changing Public Perception of Evangelist Henry Varley, Victoria and Tasmania 1877-8; Tasmanian Historical Studies
'Do the next thing': Henry Lewis Garrett and the Evolution of the Hobart Brethren Assembly; The Growth of the Brethren Movement: National and International Experiences: Essays in Honour of Harold H. Rowdon
'Ineffable impudence'? Christian Brethren in Northern Tasmania, 1860s and 1870s; Papers and proceedings / Launceston Historical Society
'Richly rewarding the labourer for his work': Brethren Evangelism in the Australian Colonies, 1860s-1880sí; Brethren Evangelism in the Australian Colonies, 1860s-1880s
'The Eyes of the Authorities Are Upon Us': The Brethren and World War I; Brethren Archivists and Historians Network Review
'The irregularity of killing people': Tasmanian Brethren responses to World War I; Brethren Historical Review
'The irregularity of killing people': Tasmanian Brethren Responses to World War I; Tasmanian Historical Studies
'Wandering stars' : the impact of British evangelists in Australia, 1870s-1900
An emissary of the Plymouth Brotherhood? Henry Varley's Interactions with Australian Society in the Late Nineteenth Century; Culture, Spirituality, and the Brethren
Book review of Donald McNair, A Pacifist at War: Military Memoirs of a Conscientious Objector in Palestine 1917-1918 (ed. Philip McNair, Much Hadham: Anastasia Press, 2008); Brethren History Review
Brethren attitudes to authority and government, with particular reference to pacifism
Do the next thing: Henry Lewis Garrett and the Evolution of the Hobart Brethren Assembly; Tasmanian Historical Studies
The Christian Brethren
The Gale Family
The Methodist Movement
The Nursing Mothers' Association of Australia
Totally Devoid of Sensationalism: Mrs Baeyertz, the Jewish Lady Evangelist from Melbourne; Tasmanian Historical Research Association: Papers and Proceedings
Your Citizenship In Heaven: Brethren Attitudes to Authority and Government; Brethren Archivists and Historians Network Review
Zephaniah Williams (c1794-1874)

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision