The HERMES Research Network was officially established in late 2012 / early 2013. Please see below for our selected publications commencing from 2013 (with some pre-2013 publications where relevant). ONLY publications focused upon HERMES research themes are listed. An author is highlighted in BOLD if they identify as a member of the HERMES Research Network. For a complete list of publications from HERMES members please view their institutional profiles.
- Donnelly, D.J., & Shaw, E. L. (2020), , Public History Review, 27, 48-68. https://doi.org/10.5130/phrj.v27i0.6971
- Donnelly, D. (2020). , History Education Research Journal, 17(1), 114-131. https://doi.org/10.18546/HERJ.17.1.09
- Boadu, G. & Donnelly, D. J., (2020). , The Social Studies, 111(2), 61-73.
- Sharp, H., Öztürk, T. & Öztürk, F. Z. (2020). From Gallipoli to Independence: Turkish and Australian Students Perspectives, International Journal of Progressive Education, 16, 228-241
- Edling, S., Sharp. H., Löfström, J. & Ammert, N. (2020). Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 19(2), 133-150.
- Donnelly, D. J., Parkes, R. J., Sharp, H. L. & Shaw, E. L. (2019). , Curriculum Perspectives, 39(6), 159-168.
- Donnelly, D. (2014). Using feature films in teaching historical understanding: Research and practice. Agora [Sungraphô], 49(1), 4-12.
- May, J. (2014). Review Essay: A History of Australian Schooling by Craig Campbell and Helen Proctor (2014). History of Education Review, 43(2), 260-262.
- Parkes, R. (2014). [Big History: Gibt es ein Leben ohne Meta-Narrative?]. Public History Weekly, 2(35), DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1515/phw-2014-2727.
- Parkes, R. J. (2014). No outside history: Reconsidering postmodernism. Agora [Sungraphô], 49(3), 4-10.
- Parkes, R. J. (2014). Editorial: Encountering history within and beyond borders. Historical Encounters: A Journal of Historical Consciousness, Historical Cultures & History Education, 1(1), 1-3.
- Parkes, R. J., & Donnelly, D. (2014). Changing conceptions of historical thinking in History education: An Australian case study. Revista Tempo e Argumento, Florianópolis, 6(11), 113-136.
- Parkes, R. J., & Sharp, H. L. (2014). Nietzschean perspectives on representations of national history in Australian school textbooks: What should we do with Gallipoli? ENSAYOS: Revisita de la Facultad de Educación de Albacete, 29(1), 159-181.
- Sharp, H. L. (2014). Historical representation of Gallipoli in the Australian curriculum. Agora [Sungraphô], 49(2), 14-23.
- Sharp, H. L. (2014). Representing Australia’s Involvement in the First World War: Discrepancies between public discourses and school history textbooks from 1916 to 1936. Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society, 6(1), 1-23.
- Donnelly, D. (2013). Teaching History using feature films: Practitioner acuity and cognitive neuroscientific validation. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research, 12(1), 16-27.
- May, J. (2013). Reel Schools: Schooling and the Nation in Australian Cinema. Peter Lang Publishers: New York.
- Sharp, H. L. (2013). What We teach our Children: A Comparative Analysis of Indigenous Australians in Social Studies Curriculum, from the 1960s to the 1980s. Social and Education History, 2(2), 176-204.
- Parkes, R. J. (2013). Postmodernism, historical denial, and history education: What Frank Ankersmit can offer to history didactics. Nordidactica, 2013:2, 20-37.
- Parkes, R. J. (2013). Challenges for curriculum leadership in contemporary teacher education. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 38(7), 112-128.
Relevant Pre-2013 Publications
- Parkes, R. J. (2011). Interrupting history: Rethinking history curriculum after ‘the end of history’. New York: Peter Lang.
- Parkes, R. J. (2009). Teaching History as historiography: Engaging narrative diversity in the curriculum. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research, 8(2), 118-132.
- Parkes, R. J. (2007). Reading History curriculum as postcolonial text: Towards a curricular response to the history wars in Australia and beyond. Curriculum Inquiry, 37(4), 383-400.
- Sharp, H. L. (2012). Australia’s 1988 Bicentennial: national history and multiculturalism in the primary school curriculum. History of Education, 41(3), 405-421.