Australian Institute of Alpine Studies


Deirdre Slattery

 

affiliation

La Trobe University

email

deirde_slat[at]aapt.net.au

contact details

11 Saint Street, Castlemaine VIC 3450, Australia, Tel: (03) 5470 5161

research interests

publications

Slattery, D. 2015.Australian Alps : Kosciuszko, Alpine and Namadgi National Parks. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Slattery, D.A. 2013. Telling and retelling national narratives. In The Aboriginal Story of Burke and Wills: Forgotten Narratives. Eds Ian Clark and Fred Cahir, CSIRO Publishing.

Slattery, D. A. (2012) Baldur Byles: A forester above the treeline. Ch. 12 in: Australia’s Ever-changing Forests V1. Proceedings of 8th National Conference of the Australian Forest History Society. Eds: Stubbs, B., Lennon, J., Specht, A., Taylor. J. Tankard Books, Lismore.

Slattery D. A. In press 2012. Rural Land Use Change and the Ridley Paddock 1897–2012. Proceedings of Seminar: Gippsland Environments and Human Interaction: Past, Present and Future. Held at Monash University Churchill Campus, November 2011.

Slattery D. A. In press 2012. Telling and retelling national narratives. The Burke and Wills Scientific Expedition – the Aboriginal story. Proceedings of a Symposium conducted by the Royal Society of Victoria, Ballarat, November 23-25, 2011.

Slattery D. A. In press 2012. Baldur Byles: A Forester Above the Treeline. Proceedings of 8th National Conference of the Australian Forest History Society held at Lismore NSW, July 2010.

Slattery D. A. (2010) Science and Land Use: The Kosciusko Primitive Area Dispute of 1958-65. Environment and History, 16, 4, 409-430.

Slattery D. A. and Slattery B.J. (2005) Rights of conquest: Some reflections on the cultural obstacles to restricting access in national parks. Australian Studies, vol. 18, no. 1, Summer 2003, pp.209-230.

Slattery D.A. (1998) Australian Alps: Kosciousko, Namadgi and Alpine National Parks, Sydney, University of NSW Press.

Slattery D. A. and Slattery B.J. (?) Exclusion or engagement: Cultural obstacles to restricting access in national parks. Historic Environmental Journal, Canberra, Dept of Environment & Heritage.

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