References and Publications

References:

  • Baugher, S. and S. Spencer-Wood 2002. Almshouses. In C. E. Orser (ed) Encyclopedia of Historical Archaeology, Routledge, London and New York, pp. 15-17.
  • Beaudry, Mary 2003. Concluding Remarks: Disruptive Narratives? Mulitdimensional perspectives on 'Britishness'. In S.Lawerence (ed.) Archaeologies of the British: Explorations of Identity in Great Britain and its colonies, 1600-1945. London: Routledge.
  • Blee, Catherine Holder 1986. Wine, Yaman, and Stone: The Archeology of a Russian Hospital Trash Pit, U. S. Department of Interior, National Park Service, Denver.
  • Birmingham, Judy 1992.Wybalenna: The Archaeology of Cultural Accommodation in Nineteenth-Century Tasmania: a Report of the Historical Archaeological Investigation of the Aboriginal Establishment on Flinders Island, Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology, Sydney.
  • Brighton, S. A. 2001. Prices That Suit the Times: Shopping for Ceramics at the Five Points. Historical Archaeology 35 (3): 16–30. Casella, E. 1999. Dangerous Girls and Gentle Ladies: Archaeology and Nineteenth Century Australian Female Convicts. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley.
    • 2000a Bulldaggers and Gentle Ladies: Archaeological Approaches to Female Homosexuality in Convict-Era Australia. In Robert A. Schmidt and Barbara L. Voss (eds), Archaeologies of Sexuality, Routledge, New York, pp. 143–159.
    • 2000b. 'Doing Trade': A Sexual Economy of Nineteenth-Century Australian Female Convict Prisons. World Archaeology 32 (2): 209–221.
    • 2001a. Every procurable object: a functional analysis of the Ross Female Factory archaeological collection. Australasian Historical Archaeology 19: 25-38.
    • 2001b. To Watch or Restrain: Female Convict Prisons in 19th-Century Tasmania. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 5(1): 45-72
    • 2002. Archaeology of the Ross Female Factory: female incarceration in Van Diemen's Land, Australia, Records of the Queen Victoria Museum No. 108, Launceston, Tasmania.
    • 2005. Prisoner of His Majesty: postcoloniality and the archaeology of British penal transportation. World Archaeology 37(3): 453-467.
  • Casella, E. and C. Fredericksen 2001. Introduction to the Archaeology of Confinement in Australia. Australasian Historical Archaeology 19: 3–5. Cohen, R. 1997. Global diasporas: an introduction. London: UCL Press.
  • Crook, P. 2000. Shopping and Historical Archaeology: Exploring the Contexts of Urban Consumption. Australasian Historical Archaeology 18: 17–28
  • Crook, P., L. Ellmoos and T. Murray 2003. Assessment of the Historical and Archaeological Resources of the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney, The Archaeology of the Modern City series, Historic Houses Trust of NSW, Sydney 4
    • 2005. Keeping up with the McNamaras: A Historical Archaeological Study of the Cumberland and Gloucester Streets site, The Rocks, Sydney. Sydney: Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
    • 2006a. People+Place: A Guide to the Database. Sydney: Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
    • 2006b. People+Place: A guide to using the database, The Archaeology of the Modern City series vol. 9. Sydney: Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
  • Crook, P., S. Pullar and T. Murray 2006. Hyde Park Barracks Catalogue Upgrade Final Report, Volume 1, unpublished report prepared for the Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
  • Crook, P. & T. Murray 2006. An Archaeology of Institutional Refuge: the Material Culture of the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney, 1848–1886, The Archaeology of the Modern City series vol. 12. Sydney: Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
  • Dawson, J. 2000. Crockery from Craiglockhart Poorhouse, Edinburgh, MA thesis, University of Glasgow, www.poorhouse.org.uk
  • De Cunzo, Lu Ann 1995. Reform, respite, ritual: an archaeology of institutions; the Magdalen Society of Philadelphia, 1800–1850, Special issue of Historical Archaeology 29 (3).
    • 2001. On Reforming the 'Fallen' and Beyond: Transforming Continuity at the Magdalen Society of Philadelphia, 1845–1916. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 5 (1): 19–43.
    • 2006 . Exploring the Institution: Reform, Confinement, Social Change. In M. Hall and S. Silliman (eds), Historical Archaeology, Blackwell, Malden, MA, USA, Blackwell, Malden, MA, USA, pp. 167–189.
  • Deetz, J. 1963. Archaeological Investigations at La Purisima Mission. Annual Report of the Archaeological Survey, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles, 1962/1963, pp. 161–241.
  • Fewer, T. G. 2000. The archaeology of the Great Famine: time for a beginning? Internet Journal of Archaeology in Ireland 1: 1-16.
  • Foucault, M. 1977, Discipline and Punish: the Birth of the Prison, Vintage, New York.
  • Godden Mackay Heritage Consultants 1997. POW Project 1995, Randwick Destitute Children's Asylum Cemetery, Report for the South Eastern Sydney Area Health Service, Heritage Council of NSW and NSW Department of Health.
  • Goffman, E. 1968. Asylums: essays on the social situation of mental patients and other inmates, Penguin, Harmondsworth.
  • Hughes, Joy 1992. Women Transferred from the Benevolent Asylum to Hyde Park Asylum for Aged, Infirm and Destitute Women, February–March 1862. Draft List, compiled 30 August 1992, in 'The Wimmin's Room', Exhibition File, 11 Oct 91 to 12 Jul 92, HPB.
  • Karskens, Grace 2002. Revisiting the Worldview: The Archaeology of Convict Households in Sydney's Rocks Neighborhoods. Historical Archaeology 37: 34–55.
  • Kerr, J. S. 1984. Design for Convicts: An account of the design for convict establishments in the Australian Colonies during the transportation era, Library of Australian History, North Sydney.
  • Lucas, G. 1999. The archaeology of the workhouse: the changing uses of the workhouse buildings at St Mary's, Southampton. In S. Tarlow and S. West (eds.), The Familiar Past? Archaeologies of later historical Britain, Routledge, London and New York, pp.125-139.
  • Mayne, A. & T. Murray 1999. 'In Little Lon…Wiv Ginger Mick': Telling the Forgotten History of a Vanished Community. Journal of Popular Culture. 33(1):63-77.
  • Mayne, A., T. Murray and S. Lawrence 2000. Historic Sites: Melbourne's 'Little Lon'. Australian Historical Studies 31 (114): 131-151.
  • McCartney, M. W. 1987. Virginia's Workhouses for the Poor: Care for 'Divers Idle and Disorderly Persons'. North American Archaeologist 8: 287–303.
  • Mider, Dana 1996. Archaeological Investigations at the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney: Inventory of Underfloor Deposits, 6 volumes, unpublished report for the Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
  • Murray, T. 2006. Editorial Introduction International Journal of Historical Archaeology 10(4): 291-298.
  • Murray, T. (in prep). British Imperialism and Transnational Archaeologies. Cambridge University Press
  • Murray, T. & P. Crook (in prep). Exploring the Archaeology of Immigration and the Modern City: In Search of the McNamaras in 19th-century Australia for Springer Press, New York.
  • Peña, E. S. 2001. The Role of Wampum Production at the Albany Almshouse. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 5(2): 155-174.
  • Piddock, Susan 2001a. 'An Irregular and Inconvenient Pile of Buildings': The Destitute Asylum of Adelaide, South Australia and the English Workhouse', International Journal of Historical Archaeology 5 (1): 73–95.
  • Piddock, S. 2001b. Convicts and the free: nineteenth-century lunatic asylums in South Australia and Tasmania (1830–1883). Australasian Historical Archaeology 19: 84–96.
  • Piddock, S. 2002. A Space of Their Own: Nineteenth Century Lunatic Asylums in Britain, South Australia and Tasmania. Ph.D. Dissertation, Flinders University of South Australia.
  • Piddock, S. 2003. The 'Ideal Asylum' and Nineteenth Century Lunatic Asylums in South Australia. In C. Coleborne and D. Mackinnon (eds) Madness in Australia: Histories, Heritage and the Asylum, University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, pp. 37–48.
  • Prangnell, J. 1999. Intended solely for their greater comfort and happiness': Historical Archaeology, paternalism and the Peel Island Lazaret, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Queensland.
  • Spencer-Wood, S. M. 2001a. Views and Commentaries: What Difference Does Feminist Theory Make? International Journal of Historical Archaeology 5 (1): 97–114.
  • Spencer-Wood, S. M. 2001b. Introduction and Historical Context to the Archaeology of Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Almshouses. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 5 (2): 115–122.
  • Spencer-Wood, S. M. and S. Baugher 2001. Introduction and Historical Context for the Archaeology of Institutions of Reform. Part I: Asylums. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 5(1): 3-17.
  • Spencer-Wood, S. and S. Baugher 2002, Institutions. In C. E. Orser (ed.) Encyclopedia of Historical Archaeology, Routledge, London, pp. 291–294.
  • Sutton, M.-J. 2003. Re-examining total institutions: a case study from Queensland. Archaeology in Oceania 38(2): 78-88.
  • Thomas, D. H. 1988. Saints and Soldiers at Santa Catalina: Hispanic Designs for Colonial America. In M.P. Leone and P.B. Potter Jr. (eds) The Recovery of Meaning: Historical Archaeology in the Eastern United States, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., pp. 73–140.
  • Thorp, W. & Campbell Conservation Pty Ltd 1994. Management Programme and Assessment of Research Potential: Artefact Assemblages from the First Season, First Government House site, Sydney, Royal Mint Building, Sydney and the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney, unpublished report prepared for the Department of Planning.

Publications:

  • Davies, P. 2009, Mice in a Box, Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology Newsletter 39(4):5-7.
  • Davies, P. 2009, Cotton reels from the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney, Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology Newsletter 39(3):2-4
  • Davies, P. 2008, Modified clay pipes from the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney, Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology Newsletter 38(4): 11-13. http://www.asha.org.au/newsletters/
  • Crook, P., L. Ellmoos and T. Murray 2003. Assessment of the Historical and Archaeological Resources of the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney, The Archaeology of the Modern City series, Historic Houses Trust of NSW, Sydney 4
  • 2006a. People+Place: A Guide to the Database. Sydney: Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
  • 2006b. People+Place: A guide to using the database, The Archaeology of the Modern City series vol. 9. Sydney: Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
  • Crook, P., S. Pullar and T. Murray 2006. Hyde Park Barracks Catalogue Upgrade Final Report, Volume 1, unpublished report prepared for the Historic Houses Trust of NSW.
  • Crook, P. & T. Murray 2006. An Archaeology of Institutional Refuge: the Material Culture of the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney, 1848–1886, The Archaeology of the Modern City series vol. 12. Sydney: Historic Houses Trust of NSW.