Margaret Hutchison


Contact categoryResearcher (past)
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Arts and Humanities
Faculty of Education and Arts

Research outputs

The 1918-20 moment and the British Empire's sorties de guerre
Fathi, Romain, Hutchison, Margaret, Varnava, Andrekos and Walsh, Michael J. K.. (2022). The 1918-20 moment and the British Empire's sorties de guerre. In In Fathi, Romain, Hutchison, Margaret, Varnava, Andrekos and Walsh, Michael J. K. (Ed.). Exiting war : The British Empire and the 1918-20 moment pp. 1-13 Manchester University Press. https://doi.org/10.7765/9781526155856.00004

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‘Old age is not a war disability’ : Debating aged care for nurses of world war i in post-1945 australia
Hutchison, Margaret. (2021). ‘Old age is not a war disability’ : Debating aged care for nurses of world war i in post-1945 australia. Australian Historical Studies. 52(1), pp. 63-78. https://doi.org/10.1080/1031461X.2020.1846572

Journal article

Dominion imaginings : Commemorating WWI in Australian, Canadian and New Zealand official painting
Hutchison, Margaret. (2020). Dominion imaginings : Commemorating WWI in Australian, Canadian and New Zealand official painting. Journal of Australian Studies. 44(4), pp. 515-534. https://doi.org/10.1080/14443058.2020.1837916

Journal article

Painting, memory and the First World War
Hutchison, Margaret and Trout, Steven. (2020). Painting, memory and the First World War. In In Hutchison, Margaret and Trout, Steven (Ed.). Portraits of remembrance: painting, memory, and the First World War pp. 1-23 The University of Alabama Press.

Book chapter

Gatekeeper of memory : The Australian War Memorial and Charles Bryant's HMAS Australia on the Way to Her Doom
Hutchison, Margaret. (2020). Gatekeeper of memory : The Australian War Memorial and Charles Bryant's HMAS Australia on the Way to Her Doom. In In Hutchison, Margaret and Trout, Steven (Ed.). Portraits of remembrance : Painting, memory, and the First World War pp. 181-196 The University of Alabama Press.

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'A suitable memorial?': Painting, memory and the great war
Hutchison, Margaret. (2019). 'A suitable memorial?': Painting, memory and the great war. In The great war : Aftermath and commemoration pp. 167-178 UNSW Press.

Book chapter

Painting war: A history of Australia's First World War art scheme
Hutchison, Margaret. (2018). Painting war: A history of Australia's First World War art scheme Cambridge University Press (Australian Academic Press).

Book

'Accurate to the point of mania’: eyewitness testimony and memory making in Australia's official paintings of the First World War
Hutchison, Margaret. (2016). 'Accurate to the point of mania’: eyewitness testimony and memory making in Australia's official paintings of the First World War. In In A. Jackson (Ed.). The British Empire and the First World War pp. 333 - 350 Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Book chapter

‘Accurate to the point of mania’: eyewitness testimony and memory making in Australia's official paintings of the first world war
Hutchison, Margaret. (2015). ‘Accurate to the point of mania’: eyewitness testimony and memory making in Australia's official paintings of the first world war. Australian Historical Studies. 46(1), pp. 27 - 44. https://doi.org/10.1080/1031461X.2014.996574

Journal article

Introduction: art, war, and truth - images of conflict
Hutchison, Margaret and Robertson, Emily. (2015). Introduction: art, war, and truth - images of conflict. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 8(2), pp. 103 - 108. https://doi.org/10.1179/1752627215Z.00000000065

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The art of commemoration: Constructing a memory of the first world war in Australia's official war paintings
Hutchison, Margaret. (2014). The art of commemoration: Constructing a memory of the first world war in Australia's official war paintings. In In H. Bley and A. Kremers (Ed.). The World During the First World War pp. 197 - 200 Klartext Verlag.

Book chapter

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