Papers Presented – Learning from the Lindis

 

Research from the Learning from the Lindis initiative is regularly presented as scholarly papers at professional meetings. The papers, in time, will become chapters or segments of chapters in a book-length work.

 

Author(s)

Title

Venue

Year

Isern

Learning from the Lindis: Toward a New Regional History in the New Zealand High Country

Rural History 2010

2010

Isern & Kelley

Reading Morven Hills: Stock & Station Agency Records of a Historic Sheep Station in Central Otago

Western Social Science Association

2010

Isern

Past Like a Mask; or, The Trouble with “The Trouble with Wilderness"

New Zealand Historical Association

2009

Isern & Kelley

Angus Ross, Afield: An Otago Identity Quest

Western Social Science Association

2008

Isern & Kelley

Legends of the Lindis

Western Social Science Association

2007

Kelley

Tarras Church Kneelers: Tapestries of History from Central Otago

Oral History Association

2006

Isern & Kelley

Keeping History in Stitches: High-Country History in the Tarras Church Kneelers

Western Social Science Association

2006

Isern

Frowning Nature and the Colonial Gaze: John Turnbull Thomson and the Exploration of Central Otago

Western Social Science Association

2004

Isern

Hiking Campbell's Gully: Leonard Cockayne and the Origins of Grassland Ecology in New Zealand

Western Social Science Association

2003

Isern

Science and Story: A Life in the Tussock Grasslands of New Zealand

Western Social Science Association

2002

Isern

The Lindis: Prospectus for a Bioregional History

Western Social Science Association

2001

 

Suzzanne Kelley / Learning from the Lindis / Tom Isern