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Claudine Chionh : Curriculum Vitae


Chionh, Claudine. 2000. “Review of The High Price of Heaven by David Marr.” Meanjin 59 (1): 205–8.
———. 2003. “Review of Church: Why Bother? My Personal Pilgrimage by Philip Yancey.” The Melbourne Anglican, September 2003.
———. 2004. “Review of Power Failure: Christianity in the Culture of Technology by Albert Borgmann.” Zadok Perspectives 84.
———. 2005. “Review of Affluenza by Clive Hamilton and Richard Denniss.” The Melbourne Anglican, September 2005.
———. 2010. “Edinburgh Gatherings 100 Years and Worlds Apart in Their Membership and Vision.” The Melbourne Anglican, August 2010.
———. 2014. “‘Depression Is Treated a Lot in General Practice and the Best Way to Identify and Manage It Is an Ongoing Issue.,’” April 23, 2014.
———. 2015. “Some Uniting Church Clergy Prepared to Perform Same-Sex Marriages If Law Changes.” The Citizen, May 29, 2015.


Chionh, Claudine. 2008. “The Digital Humanities.” Presented at the AussieChix microconference, Melbourne, October.
———. 2009a. “Public History in the Digital Age.” Presented at the Free as in Freedom miniconference, Hobart, January.
———. 2009b. “Digitising the Paper Panopticon.” Presented at the LinuxChix miniconference, Hobart, October.
———. 2010a. “Unlocking the Ivory Tower: FOSS in Collaborative Humanities Research.” Presented at the, Wellington, January 20.
———. 2010b. “Using Drupal for Collaborative Historical Research | DrupalSouth Wellington 2010.” Presented at the DrupalSouth, Wellington, January 23.
———. 2010c. “Christian Communities in Contemporary Contexts: Reconciliation and Healing.” Presented at the Edinburgh 2010 Conference, Edinburgh, June 5.
———. 2010d. “Edinburgh 2010: Witnessing to Christ Today.” Presented at the United Faculty of Theology Research Seminar, Melbourne, August 18.
———. 2010e. “The Edinburgh World Missionary Conference: From 1910 to 2010.” Lecture presented at the Uniting Church Theological College, Melbourne, September 3.
———. 2012. “Crowdsourcing Historical Research.” Presented at the Drupal Downunder 2012, Melbourne, January 15.
———. 2018. “Queer Theology, Autobiography, and Spirituality.” Jesuit College of Spirituality, Parkville, May 24.