Peer-reviewed articles

Jo Hawkins, ‘Anzac for Sale: Consumer Culture, Regulation and the Shaping of a Legend 1915–21’, Australian Historical Studies, vol. 46, no. 1, 2015, pp.7-26.

The original article is available online through Taylor & Francis Australasia. Australian Historical Studies is not an open access journal. If you do not have a subscription to this journal you can download an unformatted copy of the article text from Google Docs (69MB).

Jo Hawkins, “What better excuse for a real adventure”: History, Memory and Tourism on the Kokoda Track’, Public History Review, Volume 20, 2013, pp.1-23.

Book Reviews

Jo Hawkins, Book Review: Don’t Go Back To Where You Came From: Why Multiculturalism Works by Tim Soutphommasane, Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies, Volume 19, 2013.

Conference papers

Digital Humanities Australasia 2014
18-21 March 2013 (Perth, Australia)
Historian to Hacker in 48 hours: What humanists can offer at civic hacking events (and what they can learn).
Read blog post.

British Empire and the Great War: Colonial Societies/ Cultural Response
19-22 February 2014 (Singapore)
Anzac for Sale: The Gallipoli Campaign in Consumer Culture 
Read abstract.

WA Teaching and Learning Forum 2014
30-31 January 2014 (Perth, Australia)
Reclaiming digital literacies in the history classroom: Can online publishing help bridge the knowledge gap in higher education? 
Read abstract.

A History of Heritage: Emotions in Blood, Stone and Land 
ARC Centre of Emotions Collaboratory
9-10 September 2013 (Hobart, Australia)
Anzac Emotions and Consumer Culture 1915-1921.

Workshops/ Seminars

The #Altac Track: Strategies to imagine and build alternative academic careers
Digital Humanities Australasia 2014
17 March 2014, (Perth, Australia)
Half-day workshop with Jason Ensor (Research & Technical Development Manager, Digital Humanities Research Group, University of Western Sydney)

The Employable Postgraduate: Know your story/Tell your story
28 & 29 August 2013
Two 3-hour workshops for the Murdoch University Postgraduate Student Association (MUPSA), run on consecutive evenings.

InSPiRE - Inter-uni Summer-School on Postgraduate Research Excellence 
13 Feb 2013
Participated in a panel session: Communicating your research online

Tell your story: Blogging & social media strategy for researchers
26 August 2012
3-hour workshop for the UWA Postgraduate Student Association (PSA)

Publishing and editing

Studies in Western Australian History Journal
Book Reviews Editor
Jan 2013 - July 2014

Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies
Digital Media Manager
March 2012 - September 2013


Australian Historical Association

Digital Antipodes: UWA Digital Humanities Reading Group
Co-founder and coordinator
September 2012 - present

Australasian Association for Digital Humanities
Local organisation committee member for Digital Humanities Australasia 2014 (18-20 March) Perth, Australia.

International Federation for Public History