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Researcher: Parry Duncan, N (Dr Naomi Parry Duncan)

Fields of Research

Australian history
History and philosophy of education
Architectural heritage and conservation
Migration history
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in history, heritage and archaeology
Assessment of heritage value
Understanding Australia's past
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artefacts
Expanding knowledge in education
Expanding knowledge in Indigenous studies
Understanding the past of the Americas
Communication across languages and culture
Expanding knowledge in human society

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'A Class By Themselves?: The origins of special education in Toronto and beyond' by Jason Ellis
'Family history 2022 more than a story: visiting Chinese Australian homelands' in conversation with ONeill Cate and Golding Frank
'Family history 2022: more than a story: care leavers' histories of childhood' in conversation with Bagnall Kate and Couchman Sophie
'Hanging No Good for Blackfellow': looking into the life of Musquito; Transgressions: Critical Australian Indigenous histories
'Such a Longing': Black and White Children in Welfare in New South Wales and Tasmania, 1880-1940
A Shadow from Country
A Shadow from Country
A Thematic History of Liverpool Plains Shire
From the island to the mainland (and back?); Bread and Roses: Voices of Australian Academics from the Working Class
Hilltops Migration Heritage Study
History of 35–85 Brougham Street, Woolloomooloo
History of John Northcott Place and the Northcott Estate
History on the cards
Lockleys Pylon
Looking into shadows: Musquito and Black Jack, and a death mask made of country; Australian Historical Association Conference
More than a story - family history webinar series: unsavoury ancestries conversation with Kiera Lindsey and Aoife O'Connor
Multiple contributions to the NSW section of the Find and Connect database
Naomi Parry Duncan wins the 2022 Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship
Naomi Parry Duncan wins the 2022 Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship
New South Wales and the Great War; Longueville Media
Stolen Childhoods. Reforming Aboriginal and Orphan Children through Removal and Labour in New South Wales (Australia), 1909-1917; Revue d'Histoire de l'Enfance Irreguliere
The Foundation of the Workers' Educational Association Sydney
The Workers' Educational Association in the Post-war Era
This could be anywhere
Tracing the past: the Find & Connect web resource; Silent System: Forgotten Australians and the Institutionalisation of Women and Children
White women writing biographies of black men: how to write the life of Musquito; Writing Tasmanian Lives Symposium
Writing Narratives, Writing Lives; Professional Historians’ Association of Victoria/Tasmania

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision