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Researcher: Snowden, DM (Dr Dianne Snowden)

Fields of Research

Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)

Research Objectives

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

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'A most humane regulation'?: free children transported with convict parents; Papers and Proceedings (Tasmanian Historical Research Association)
Convict Marriage:'the best instrument to reform'; Tasmanian Historical Studies
District Nursing Association
Female Convicts
Foundations of a Tasmanian Industry: The History of the Master Builders' Association, 1890-2005; Master Builders Association of Tasmania, 2005
From Cronelea to Emu Bay to Timaru and Back: Uncovering the Convict Story; Ireland in the World: Comparative, Transnational, and Personal Perspectives
Maria Lord (c.1780-1859)
Mary Salmon, “a sad spectacle of humanity”, and other women of the Tasmania in the Launceston Female Factory; Convict Lives at the Launceston Female Factory
Meals, Wheels, and Volunteers: Fifty Years of Meals on Wheels in Hobart; Meals on Wheels, Hobart Inc
Patchwork Prisoners. The Rajah Quilt and the women who made it; Research Tasmania
Richmond
The Irish Female Arsonists; The Australian Journal of Irish Studies
The Tasmanian Poultry Society
Van Diemen's Women: A History of Transportation to Tasmania; The History Press
Voices from the Orphan Schools: Edward Deans, Orphan School Boy; Tasmanian Ancestry
Voices from the Orphan Schools: George Jones, Apprentice Boy; Tasmanian Ancestry
Voices from the Orphan Schools: The Children of the Rajah; Tasmanian Ancestry
Voices from the Orphan Schools: The Children of the Rajah; Tasmanian Ancestry
“A White Rag Burning”: Jane Allen; Convict Lives at the Launceston Female Factory
â¿¿'A White Rag Burning'- Irish Women who committed arson in order to be transported to Van Diemen's Landâ¿¿

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision