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Tim Sherratt : Curriculum Vitae

Bookish things

Sherratt, Tim. “Atomic Wonderland: Science and Progress in Twentieth Century Australia.” PhD, Australian National University, 2003.
Tim Sherratt. Inigo Jones: The Weather Prophet. Metarch 16. Melbourne: Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology, 2007.
Tim Sherratt, Libby Robin, and Tom Griffiths, eds. A Change in the Weather: Climate and Culture in Australia. Canberra: National Museum of Australia Press, 2005.
Tim Sherratt, Lisa Jooste, and Rosanne Clayton, eds. Recovering Science - Strategies and Models for the Past, Present and Future - Proceedings of a Conference Held at the University of Melbourne, October 1992. Canberra: Australian Science Archives Project, 1995.

Book chapters and articles

Gitelman, Lisa, ed. “Raw Data” Is an Oxymoron. Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England: The MIT Press, 2013.
Mussell, Jim. “Doing and Making: History as Digital Practice.” In History in the Digital Age, edited by Toni Weller, 79–94. Routledge, 2013.
Sherratt, Tim. “Asking Better Questions: History, Trove and the Risks That Count.” In Copyfight, edited by Phillipa McGuinness, 112–24. NewSouth Publishing, 2015.
Sherratt, Tim. “‘A Political Inconvenience’: Australian Scientists as the British Atomic Weapons Tests, 1952-3.” Historical Records of Australian Science 6, no. 2 (December 1985): 137–52.
———. “Hacking Heritage: Understanding the Limits of Online Access.” In The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites, edited by H Lewi, W Smith, S Cooke, and D vom Lehn. Routledge, 2019.
———. “It’s All about the Stuff: Collections, Interfaces, Power and People.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 1 (Winter 2011).
———. “Withheld, Pending Advice.” Inside Story, February 2, 2018.
Tim Sherratt. “A Climate for a Nation.” In Federation and Meteorology. Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2001.
———. “‘A Physicist Would Be Best out of It’: George Briggs at the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission.” Voices, no. Autumn (1993).
———. “Atomic Testing.” In Oxford Companion to Australian History, edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, and Stuart Macintyre, 42–43. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1998.
———. “Australian Scientists at the British Atomic Tests.” In Science Show 2, edited by Robyn Williams, 216–19. Nelson, 1985.
———. “Bringing Life to Records: ‘Mapping Our Anzacs’ at the National Archives of Australia.” In A Different Kind of Web: New Connections between Archives and Our Users with Web 2.0, edited by Kate Theimer, 128–38. Society of American Archivists, 2011.
———. “Civilisation versus the Giant, Winged Lizards – Changing Climates, Changing Minds.” Altitude, no. 7 (2006).
———. “Contexts, Connections, Access: The Glorious Possibilities of Getting It All Wrong.” Archives & Manuscripts 42, no. 2 (2014): 209–10.
———. “CSIRO.” In Oxford Companion to Australian History, edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, and Stuart Macintyre, 164–65. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1998.
———. “David, Tannatt William Edgeworth (1858-1934).” In Oxford Companion to Australian History, edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, and Stuart Macintyre, 178. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1998.
———. “Emerging Technologies for the Provision of Access to Archives: Issues, Challenges and Ideas,” October 2009.
———. “Florey, Howard Walter (1898-1968).” In Oxford Companion to Australian History, edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, and Stuart Macintyre, 258. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1998.
———. “Frontiers of the Future: Science and Progress in 20th-Century Australia.” In Dislocating the Frontier: Essaying the Mystique of the Outback, edited by Deborah Bird Rose and Richard Davis, 121–42. Canberra: ANU E-Press, 2006.
———. “Human Elements.” In A Change in the Weather: Climate and Culture in Australia, edited by Tim Sherratt, Libby Robin, and Tom Griffiths, 1–17. Canberra: National Museum of Australia Press, 2005.
———. “Remembering Lawrence Hargrave.” In Yesterday’s Tomorrows: The Powerhouse Museum and Its Precursors, edited by Graeme Davison and Kimberley Webber, 174–85. Sydney: Powerhouse Museum in association with UNSW Press, 2005.
———. “Science, History Of.” In Oxford Companion to Australian History, edited by Graeme Davison, John Hirst, and Stuart Macintyre, 572–73. Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1998.
———. “The Motion That Might Have Saved the Whitlam Government.” National Archives of Australia, 2008.
———. “The Weather Prophets.” In Federation and Meteorology. Melbourne: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2001.
Tim Sherratt, and Anne-Marie Conde. “A Wartime Observatory Observed: The Mount Stromlo Community, 1940-1945,” 1996.
Tim Sherratt, and Gavan McCarthy. “Mapping Scientific Memory.” Archives and Manuscripts 24, no. 1 (May 1996).
Tim Sherratt, and Tom Griffiths. “What If the Northern Rivers Had Been Turned Inland.” In What If? Australian History as It Might Have Been, edited by Stuart Macintyre and Sean Scalmer, 234–54. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2006.

Conference papers

Peter Lyman. “Information Superhighways, Virtual Communities and Digital Libraries: Information Society Metaphors as Political Rhetoric.” In Technological Visions: The Hopes and Fears That Shape New Technologies, edited by Marita Sturken, Douglas Thomas, and Sandra J Ball Rokeach, 201–18. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2004.
Sherratt, Tim. “From Portals to Platforms: Building New Frameworks for User Engagement.” presented at the LIANZA 2013 Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand, October 21, 2013.
———. “Life on the Outside: Collections, Contexts and the Wild, Wild, Web.” Keynote presented at the Japanese Association for the Digital Humanities Annual Conference, Tsukuba, Japan, September 20, 2014.
Tim Sherratt. “A Climate of Uncertainty.” Canberra, 2006.
———. “A Conspiracy Reveal’d.” After-dinner speech presented at the Working with Knowledge Conference, Canberra, May 6, 1998.
———. “(A Hopefully Fairly Painless Introduction to) Linked Open Data.” Presentation presented at the NSW Reference and Information Services Group seminar, State Library of NSW, Sydney, May 4, 2010.
———. “‘A Map and Some Pins’: Open Data and Unlimited Horizons.” presented at the Digisam conference on Open Heritage Data in the Nordic Region, Malmö, April 25, 2013.
———. “A World to Win: The WWW Experience of a Small Organisation with Big Dreams.” Sydney, 1995.
———. “Advertising Your Archives on the WWW.” Canberra, 1995.
———. “All This Paraphenalia – a Constitution for a Nation.” Presentation presented at the branch training session, National Archives of Australia, Canberra, December 12, 2007.
———. “Archives of Emotion.” presented at the Rethinking Archival Methods, Sydney, November 29, 2012.
———. “Beyond Discovery.” presented at the eResearch 2013, Brisbane, October 23, 2013.
———. “Beyond the Front Page.” presented at the The Canberra Society of Editors and the Australian and New Zealand Society of Indexers, June 27, 2012.
———. “Collected Content / Distributed Meanings.” presented at the South Australian State History Conference, Adelaide, September 23, 2013.
———. “Confessions of an Impatient Historian.” June 8, 2011.
———. “Conversations with Collections.” presented at the Digital Treasures Symposium, University of Canberra, Canberra, June 21, 2013.
———. “Digital Disruptions: Finding New Ways to Break Things.” presented at the Faculty of Arts eResearch Forum, University of Melbourne, October 12, 2012.
———. “Digital History: New Tools and Techniques.” Education presented at the Dragontails 2011: 2nd Australasian conference on overseas Chinese history & heritage of Chinese Australian History, Melbourne, November 13, 2011.
———. “Digitised Newspapers and the Varieties of Value.” presented at the Europeana Newspapers workshop, “Newspapers in Europe and the Digital Agenda for Europe,” London, September 29, 2014.
———. “Every Story Has a Beginning.” Keynote presented at the Australian and New Zealand Society of Indexers Annual Conference, Melbourne, 2011.
———. “Exploring with Confidence.” Invited presentation presented at the 2013 Australian Digital Alliance Copyright Forum, Canberra, March 1, 2013.
———. “Exposing the Archives of White Australia.” Invited presentation presented at the UK Institute of Historical Research’s Digital History Seminar series, February 26, 2013.
———. “Inigo Jones: The Weather Prophet.” Public lecture, National Archives of Australia, Canberra, June 8, 2005.
———. “Inside the Bureaucracy of White Australia.” presented at the Digital Humanities Australasia, Canberra, 2012.
———. “Introduction to Trove.” presented at the Cultural Heritage and New Media Workshop, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, September 25, 2014.
———. “It’s All about the Stuff.” presented at the National Digital Forum, Wellington, November 2011.
———. “Liberating Lives: Invisible Australians and Biographical Networks.” Canberra, 2010.
———. “Mapping Our Archives.” George Mason University, 2009.
———. “Mining for Meanings.” presented at the Harold White Fellowship public lecture, National Library of Australia, May 8, 2012.
———. “Mining the Treasures of Trove: New Approaches and New Tools.” presented at the VALA2012, Melbourne, February 2012.
———. “Of Maps and Metadata.” Public lecture, New York Public Library, April 6, 2009.
———. “On the Beach: Australia’s Nuclear History.” University of Melbourne, 1996.
———. “Pathways to Memory.” In Proceedings of AusWeb96 - The Second Australian World Wide Web Conference. Southern Cross University, 1996.
———. “Phyllis in Atomic Wonderland.” University of NSW, 1992.
———. “Recording the Weather.” Perth, 2008.
———. “Reinventing Digital Culture.” presented at the Innovative Ideas Forum, National Library of Australia, September 10, 2013.
———. “Small Stories in a Big Data World.” presented at the National Digital Forum, Wellington, November 20, 2012.
———. “The 4Es -- Doing More with Metadata.” Presentation presented at the CAARA Residential School, Canberra, November 10, 2010.
———. “The Bright Sparcs Project - Combining Directory and Publishing Functions in a Subject-Specific Resource.” Melbourne, 1996.
———. “The Future of Trove.” State Library of WA, March 18, 2014.
———. “The Responsibilities of Data: Reconstructing Lives from the Records of the White Australia Policy.” presented at the Framing Lives: The 8th Biennial Conference of the International Auto/Biography Association, Canberra, 2012.
———. “Too Important Not to Try.” presented at the Dipping a Toe into the Digital Humanities and Creative Arts, Deakin University, October 19, 2012.
———. “Trove -- Yes, It’s Bigger on the Inside.” presented at the GovHack Data Jam, Canberra, June 17, 2014.
———. “Trove: Being the Cloud.” presented at the Libraries Australia Forum, Melbourne, October 31, 2013.
———. “Trove in a Linked Data Universe.” presented at the ACOC Seminar 2013, ‘Link by Link: Data Integration and Evolving Web,’ Melbourne, November 1, 2013.
———. “Unpacking the Cabinet.” Speech presented at the Cabinet of Curiosities Farewell, Canberra, February 26, 1997.
———. “Unsung Heroes.” Speech presented at the launch of Murray Upton, <em>A rich and diverse fauna</em>, CSIRO Entomology, Canberra, 1998.
———. “What Are the ‘Matters of Essentially National Concern’?” Presentation presented at the staff training session, National Archives of Australia, Canberra, February 25, 2008.
———. “Wragge.” After-dinner performance presented at the Climate and Culture conference, Canberra, September 26, 2002.
Tim Sherratt, and Kate Bagnall. “Invisible Australians: Living under the White Australia Policy.” presented at the American Historical Association, Chicago, 2012.
Tim Sherratt, and Paul Hagon. “Brewing Your Own Linked Data.” Workshop presented at the VALA 2014, Melbourne, February 3, 2014.
Trove -- It’s Bigger on the Inside. Canberra, 2014.

Magazine articles

Tim Sherratt. “A Model Scientist.” Australasian Science, 1993.
———. “A Passion for Physics - Joan Freeman.” Australasian Science, 1993.
———. “A War Against Disease.” Australasian Science, 1994.
———. “Communicating with Wild Life.” Australasian Science Mag, 1992.
———. “Finding Life in Ancient Corals.” Australasian Science, 1994.
———. “From Beetles to a Nobel Prize.” Australasian Science, 1994.
———. “From Cameleers to Citizens: Muslims in Australia, 1901–75’.” Memento, 2007.
———. “Looking at the Sun.” Memento, 2008.
———. “No Standing Back - Dame Jean Macnamara.” Australasian Science, 1993.
———. “Political Fallout: Australian Scientists and the Atomic Bomb.” Australasian Science, 1996.
———. “Powered by Partnerships: Trove Year 5 and Beyond.” Museums Australia Magazine, Winter 2014.
———. “The Many Battles of Jock Marshall.” Australasian Science, 1996.