MY WORK - PUBLICATIONS
ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
“Mrs Fabian Chow of Shanghai: journalist, broadcaster and goodwill ambassador - a Chinese Australian colleague of the Soong sisters” in Kate Bagnall and Julia Martínez (eds), Locating Chinese Women: Historical Mobility between Australia and China, Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong (forthcoming).
“Chinese tablewares: The archaeology of illustration, and scratch analysis, at the Harrietville Chinese Mining Village, northeastern Victoria”, in Caroline Spry et al (eds), Excavations, Surveys and Heritage Management in Victoria, Vol. 7, 2018, p. 85-92. Download pdf
Melissa Dunk and Paul Macgregor, “ ‘Dig with us’: A public participation model for the Harrietville Chinese Mining Village Project in northeastern Victoria”, in Caroline Spry et al (eds), Excavations, Surveys and Heritage Management in Victoria, Vol. 7, 2018, pp. 79-83. Download pdf
“A trade in Chinese men and supplies: Lowe Kong Meng and the organisation of the Chinese goldrush in Otago”, in Lloyd Carpenter and Lyndon Fraser (eds), Rushing for Gold: Life and Commerce on the Goldfields of New Zealand and Australia, Otago University Press, Dunedin, NZ, 2016.
“Exploring Chinese modernity - the lives of Alice Lim Kee and Daisy Kwok” (jointly written with Sophie Loy-Wilson), in Modernity’s End: Half the Sky 现代的尽头 : 半个天, Two Australians in China: The Lives of Alice Lim Kee & Daisy Kwok, catalogue for art exhibition by John Young, curated by Venita Poblocki, at Incinerator Art Space, Willoughby, Willoughby City Council, 2016.
“Joss houses of colonial Bendigo and Victoria”, in Mike Butcher (ed), An Angel by the Water: Essays in honour of Dennis Reginald O’Hoy, Holland House Publishing for the Bendigo Trust, Bendigo, 2015. Download pdf
"Chinese Political Values in Colonial Victoria: Lowe Kong Meng and the Legacy of the July 1880 Election", in Sophie Couchman and Kate Bagnall (eds), Chinese Australians: Politics, Engagement and Resistance, ed., Brill, Leiden: Brill, 2015, pp. 53–97. Download pdf
“Chinese Political Values in Colonial Victoria: Lowe Kong Meng and the Legacy of the July 1880 Election”, Journal of Chinese Overseas, Vol. 9, No. 2, 2013, pp. 135–75. Download pdf
“Lowe Kong Meng and Chinese Engagement in the International Trade of Colonial Victoria,” Provenance, No. 11, Journal of the Public Records Office of Victoria, 2012, http://prov.vic.gov.au/publications/provenance/lowe-kong-meng
Review of Eric Tagliacozzo & Wen-Chin Chang (eds), Chinese Circulations: Capital, Commodities, and Networks in Southeast Asia, in Asian Studies Review, Vol. 36, No. 3, 2012, pp. 432-433.
“ ‘Before We Came to this Country, We Heard that English Laws were Good and Kind to Everybody’, Chinese Immigrants’ Views of Colonial Australia”, in Alison Broinowski (ed), Double Vision: Asian Accounts of Australia, Pandanus Books, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, ANU, Canberra, 2004. Download pdf
“ ‘Put yourself in nature's hands’ - A history of complementary medicine in Victoria”, Diversity - Natural and Complementary Health, Vol. 2, No. 2, June-August 2000. Download pdf
“Dreams of Jade and Gold: Chinese families in Australia’s History”, in Anna Epstein (ed), The Australian Family, Scribe Publications, Melbourne, 1998.
“Chinese? Australian? The Limits of Geography and Ethnicity as Determinants of Cultural Identity”, in Jan Ryan (ed), Chinese in Australia and New Zealand: A Multidisciplinary Approach, New Age International Ltd, New Delhi, 1995. Download pdf
“The material heritage of Chinese Australians: a survey and evaluation of the collection of the Museum of Chinese Australian History”, in Paul Macregor (ed), Histories of the Chinese in Australasia and the South Pacific, Museum of Chinese Australian History, Melbourne, 1995.
“A Bridge of Understanding: The Museum of Chinese Australian History as tourist venue and cultural heritage institution”, in Gwenda Beed Davey and Susan Faine (eds), Traditions and Tourism: the good, the bad and the ugly - Proceedings of the Sixth National Folklife Conference 1994, The National Centre for Australian Studies, Monash University, Melbourne, 1994.
“Crossing Between Cultures: The Australia-China Oral History Project”, National Library of Australia News, Vol. V, No. 1, October 1994. Download pdf
Sophie Couchman, John Fitzgerald and Paul Macgregor (eds), After the Rush: Regulation, Participation and Chinese Communities in Australia 1860-1940, Special edition of Otherland Literary Journal, No. 9, Kingsbury, Victoria, 2004.
Kee Pookong, Ho Chooi-hon, Paul Macgregor & Gary Presland (eds), Chinese in Oceania, jointly published by Association for the Study of the Chinese and their Descendants in Australasia and the Pacific Islands, Chinese Museum (Museum of Chinese Australian History), and Centre for Asia-Pacific Studies, Victoria University of Technology, Melbourne, 2002.
Paul Macgregor (ed), Histories of the Chinese in Australasia and the South Pacific, Museum of Chinese Australian History, Melbourne 1995.