Mary Tomsic


NameMary Tomsic
Job titleResearch Fellow
Research instituteInstitute for Humanities and Social Sciences
Faculty of Education and Arts

Research outputs

‘Never forget that this has happened’: Remembering and forgetting violence
Damousi, Joy, Silverstein, Jordana and Tomsic, Mary. (2020) ‘Never forget that this has happened’: Remembering and forgetting violence. In In P. Dwyer and J. Damousi (Ed.). The Cambridge World History of Violence; Volume 4: 1800 to the Present pp. 616 - 636 Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781316585023

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Creating “them” and “us”: The educational framing of picture books to teach about forced dis-placement and today’s “refugee crisis”
Tomsic, Mary and Deery, Claire. (2019) Creating “them” and “us”: The educational framing of picture books to teach about forced dis-placement and today’s “refugee crisis”. History of Education Review. 48(1), pp. 46 - 60. https://doi.org/10.1108/HER-11-2018-0027

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Feminist film on women's experiences of violence
Tomsic, Mary. (2019) Feminist film on women's experiences of violence. In In A. Piper and A. Stevenson (Ed.). Gender Violence in Australia, Historical Perspective pp. 192 - 205 Monash University Publishing.

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“I feel I am at the stage now of really learning something”: Esma Banner, post-Second World War migration worker and photographer
Tomsic, Mary. (2019) “I feel I am at the stage now of really learning something”: Esma Banner, post-Second World War migration worker and photographer. Australian Journal of Politics and History. 65(4), pp. 516 - 531. https://doi.org/10.1111/ajph.12621.

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Sharing a personal past: #iwasarefugee #iamarefugee on Instagram
Tomsic, Mary. (2018) Sharing a personal past: #iwasarefugee #iamarefugee on Instagram. In In J. Lydon (Ed.). Visualising Human Rights pp. 63 - 84 UWA Press.

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The politics of picture books: Stories of displaced children in twenty-first-century Australia
Tomsic, Mary. (2018) The politics of picture books: Stories of displaced children in twenty-first-century Australia. History Australia. 15(2), pp. 339 - 356. https://doi.org/10.1080/14490854.2018.1452156

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‘Happiness again’: Photographing and narrating the arrival of Hungarian child refugees and their families 1956–1957
Tomsic, Mary. (2017) ‘Happiness again’: Photographing and narrating the arrival of Hungarian child refugees and their families 1956–1957. The History of the Family. 22(4), pp. 485 - 509. https://doi.org/10.1080/1081602X.2016.1276852

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Beyond the silver screen: A History of women, filmmaking and film culture in Australia 1920-1990
Tomsic, Mary. (2017) Beyond the silver screen: A History of women, filmmaking and film culture in Australia 1920-1990 Melbourne University Publishing.

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Diversity in leadership: Australian women, past and present
Damousi, Joy, Rubenstein, Kim and Tomsic, Mary. In J. Damousi, K. Rubenstein and M. Tomsic (Ed.). (2014) Diversity in leadership: Australian women, past and present ANU Press. https://doi.org/10.22459/DL.11.2014

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Female factory inspectors and leadership in early twentieth-century Australia
Damousi, Joy. (2014) Female factory inspectors and leadership in early twentieth-century Australia. In In J. Damousi, K. Rubenstein and M. Tomsic (Ed.). Diversity in Leadership: Australian women, past and present pp. 167 - 188 ANU Press.

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Conclusion to Gender and leadership - Diversity in Leadership: Australian women, past and present
Damousi, Joy and Tomsic, Mary. (2014) Conclusion to Gender and leadership - Diversity in Leadership: Australian women, past and present. In In J. Damousi, K. Rubenstein and M. Tomsic (Ed.). Diversity in Leadership: Australian women, past and present pp. 331 - 334 ANU Press.

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Introduction to Diversity in Leadership: Australian Women, Past and Present
Damousi, Joy and Tomsic, Mary. (2014) Introduction to Diversity in Leadership: Australian Women, Past and Present. In In J. Damousi, K. Rubenstein and M. Tomsic (Ed.). Diversity in Leadership: Australian women, past and present pp. 1 - 14 ANU Press.

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Entertaining children: The 1927 Royal Commission on the Motion Picture Industry as a site of women’s leadership
Tomsic, Mary. (2014) Entertaining children: The 1927 Royal Commission on the Motion Picture Industry as a site of women’s leadership. In Diversity in Leadership: Australian women, past and present pp. 253 - 267 ANU Press.

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‘WE WILL INVENT OURSELVES, THE AGE OF THE NEW IMAGE IS AT HAND’: Creating, Learning and Talking with Australian Feminist Filmmaking
Tomsic, Mary. (2007) ‘WE WILL INVENT OURSELVES, THE AGE OF THE NEW IMAGE IS AT HAND’: Creating, Learning and Talking with Australian Feminist Filmmaking. Australian Feminist Studies. 22(53), pp. 287 - 306. https://doi.org/10.1080/08164640701364679

Journal article

Letters, films and friends: Women's involvement in the Victorian film society movement
Tomsic, Mary. (2004) Letters, films and friends: Women's involvement in the Victorian film society movement. Lilith: A Feminist History Journal.

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Women’s Memories of Cinema-Going: More than ‘The Only Thing Left to do’ in Victoria’s Western District
Tomsic, Mary. (2004) Women’s Memories of Cinema-Going: More than ‘The Only Thing Left to do’ in Victoria’s Western District. History Australia. 2(1), pp. 1 - 12. https://doi.org/10.2104/ha040006

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Disparate Voices? Framlingham as a site of resistance
Tomsic, Mary. (2002) Disparate Voices? Framlingham as a site of resistance. In Writing Colonial Histories: Comparative Perspectives pp. 39 - 55 University of Melbourne * School of Historical and Philosophical Studies - History.

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