2020 was a tumultuous year but CASS researchers published a wide range of research.
Brett, André. 2020. ‘“I’m Not Even Making That Up”: The Moriori Myth and Denials of Indigeneity in New Zealand’. In History in a Post-Truth World: Theory and Praxis, edited by Marius Gudonis and Benjamin T. Jones, 199–217. London: Routledge.
Brett, André. 2020. ‘“The Exceptional Circumstances Under Which We Are Working”: Railways and Water in Australasia, 1870s to 1914’, History Australia, 17:3, 489–509.
Brett, André, and Simon Ville. 2020. ‘Coping with Climate Extremes: Railways and Pastoralism in the Federation Drought, 1895–1903’, Environment and History, online first: https://doi.org/10.3197/096734019X15755402985721
Brett, André. 2020. ‘Claims, Confusion, and Status: Which City Is New Zealand’s Oldest?’, New Zealand Geographer, 76:1, 62–70.
Jane Carey & Ben Silverstein (2020), 'Thinking with and beyond settler colonial studies: new histories after the postcolonial', Postcolonial Studies, 23:1, 1-20, DOI: 10.1080/13688790.2020.1719569
Jane Carey (2020). 'On hope and resignation: conflicting visions of settler colonial studies and its future as a field', Postcolonial Studies, 23:1, 21-42, DOI: 10.1080/13688790.2020.1719578
Michael R. Griffiths, 2020, 'Otherwise than literal: convergence and the unworking of allegory in Tsitsi Dangarembga’s Tambudzai trilogy', Textual Practice, DOI: 10.1080/0950236X.2020.1834694
Lowrie, Claire. 2020. ‘“A shameful form of oppression”: Anglo American Activism and the Slow Decline of Chinese Indentured Labour in British North Borneo’, Labor History, online publication. doi.org/10.1080/0023656X.2020.1839635.
Lowrie, Claire. 2020. ‘Murder and the Working Lives of Chinese Male Servants in Colonial Singapore, 1910s-1930s’, International Review of Social History, online publication. doi.org/10.1017/S0020859020000358.
Lowrie, Claire. 2020. ‘Gender and Domestic Workers’, in Hillary Callan (ed.), The International Encyclopaedia of Anthropology, John Wiley and Sons. doi.org/10.1002/9781118924396.
Samuelsson, L 2020, '"Australia…on a plate": Further Back in Time for Dinner', History Australia, DOI: 10.1080/14490854.2020.1840304
Samuelsson, L 2020, 'Getting creative with less. Recipe lessons from the Australian Women’s Weekly during wartime' in 2020: The Year that Changed Us, Thames & Hudson, Melbourne, pp. 134-137.
Samuelsson, L 2020, 'The Imitation Game: Mock Foods in the Australian Women's Weekly, 1933–82', Australian Historical Studies, vol. 51, no.4, pp.477-493, DOI: 10.1080/1031461X.2019.1651353
Slater, Lisa, 2020, ‘A politics of uncertainty: good white people, emotions & political responsibility’, Continuum, online publication. doi.org/10.1080/10304312.2020. 1842122.
Jodie Stewart (2020), 'Cross-cultural encounters: reconceptualising shared histories on the Bundian Way', Postcolonial Studies, 23:1, 116-131, DOI: 10.1080/13688790.2020.1727833
Huf, B.; Rees, Y.; Beggs, M.; Brown, N.; Flanagan, F.; Palmer, S.; and Ville, S. 2020, ‘Capitalism in Australia: New histories for a reimagined future’. Thesis Eleven 160, 1, pp. 95-120.
Ville, S. and Merrett, D. 2020, ‘Investing in a Successful Resource-Based Colonial Economy: International Business in Australia before World War One’. Business History Review. 94, 2, pp. 321-46.
Ville, S. 2020, ‘Researching the Natural History Trade of the Nineteenth Century’, Museum History Journal 13, 1, pp. 1-12.
Ville, S.; Wright, C.; and Philp, J. 2020, ‘Macleay’s Choice: Transacting in the natural history trade in the 19th century’. Journal of the History of Biology 53, 3, pp. 345-75.
Brett, A. and Ville, S. 2020, ‘Coping with Climate Extremes: Railways and Pastoralism in the Federation Drought, 1895–1903’, Environment and History, online first: https://doi.org/10.3197/096734019X15755402985721
Price, O.; Ville, S.; Gibbons, B.; Heffernan, E.; and Johnsson, M. 2020, ‘Finding convergence: Economic perspectives and the economic practices of an Australian ecovillage’ Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 34, pp. 209-220.