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Items where Kingston Author is "Thomas, Sarah"

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Thomas, Sarah (2013) The spectre of empire in the British art museum. Museum History Journal, 6(1), pp. 105-121. ISSN (print) 1936-9816

Thomas, Sarah (2011) "On the Spot": travelling artists and Abolitionism, 1770-1830. Atlantic Studies: Global Currents, 8(2), pp. 213-232. ISSN (print) 1478-8810

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Thomas, Sarah (2002) The Encounter, 1802 : art of the Flinders and Baudin voyages. Adelaide, Australia : Art Gallery of South Australia. 228p. ISBN 0730830055

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Thomas, Sarah (2016) Creating a national identity: Australia's Impressionist landscapes. In: Christopher, Riopelle, (ed.) Australia's Impressionists. London, U.K. : The National Gallery. pp. 43-49. ISBN 9781857096125

Thomas, Sarah (2015) Allegorizing extinction: Humboldt, Darwin and the valedictory image. In: Brauer, Fae, (ed.) Picturing Evolution and Extinction. Newcastle, U.K. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 9781443872539

Thomas, Sarah (2014) The artist travels: Augustus Earle at sea. In: Cusack, Tricia, (ed.) Framing the ocean, 1700 to the present: envisaging the sea as social space. Farnham, U.K. : Ashgate. pp. 71-83. ISBN 9781409465683

Thomas, Sarah (2013) Violence and memory: slavery in the museum. In: Rycroft, Daniel J., (ed.) World art and the legacies of colonial violence. Farnham, U.K. : Ashgate. pp. 113-132. ISBN 9781409455882

Thomas, Sarah (2011) Visualising Terra Australis: The Flinders and Baudin Expedition. In: Bunbury, Alisa, (ed.) This wondrous land : colonial art on paper. Melbourne, Australia : Melbourne National Gallery of Victoria. pp. 26-37. ISBN 9780724103447

Thomas, Sarah (2009) The Wanderer, the Slave and the Aboriginal: Augustus Earle in Rio de Janeiro and Sydney in the 1820s. In: Anderson, Jaynie, (ed.) Crossing cultures: conflict, migration and convergence. Carlton, Australia : Miegunyah Press. (The Proceedings of the 32nd International Congress in the History of Art) ISBN 9780522857108

Thomas, Sarah (2009) Slavery, a "Scandal to Christian Nations": Charles Darwin, Augustus Earle and the compass of morality. In: Hoorn, Jeanette, (ed.) Reframing Darwin: evolution and art in Australia. Carlton, Australia : Victoria Miegunyah Press. ISBN 9780522856842

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