ADJUNCT PROFESSOR GED MARTIN

Ged Martin studied at Cambridge, where he took First Class Honours in History in 1967, and completed his PhD in 1972. He was President of the Cambridge Union [debating] Society in 1968, and a Research Fellow of Magdalene College, 1970-72.

Ged Martin spent the next five years as a Research Fellow in History at the Australian National University in Canberra, and in 1977 was appointed to a Lectureship in History at University College Cork, Ireland.

Director of the Centre of Canadian Studies at the University of Edinburgh from 1983, Ged Martin became a Reader in History in 1994, and in 1996 received the United Kingdom's first permanent Chair in Canadian Studies. He also served from 1993 to 1997 as Deputy Director of the University's International Social Sciences Institute. 

Since 2001 he has lived in Ireland. He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, an Emeritus Professor of the University of Edinburgh and a member of the Advisory Board of UFV's Journal of Historical Biography. 

In March 2009, Ged Martin delivered a public lecture in UFV's Distinguished Speaker Series on "Canada and the Gallows". His most recent public lecture, "Charles Stewart Parnell, Cambridge and the Problem of Biography", was delivered at Magdalene College, Cambridge in November 2011.

In 2011, Ged Martin was elected to an Honorary Fellowship at Hughes Hall, a graduate College of the University of Cambridge.

Ged Martin has published widely in the history of leading Commonwealth countries, and of Britain and Ireland since the late eighteenth century. He has teaching experience in British and Commonwealth History, British Studies, Canadian History, Canadian Studies, Canadian Politics, Irish Politics, United States History.

He has served as a doctoral examiner for universities in Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa. Ged Martin no longer acts as a doctoral examiner.

His website, www.gedmartin.net, includes a section, "Using English Effectively", which offers advice and tips on avoiding common errors in student essays.

CONTACTING GED MARTIN

Ged Martin can be contacted via Ged.Martin@ufv.ca . 
His website is www.gedmartin.net

Enquiries relating to a topic in a specific course should be copied to the appropriate instructor. Enquiries on wider matters should be copied to the Chair of the Department of History.

This request is made to avoid duplication of effort and any possible conflict of advice.

 Routine queries regarding reading lists and factual points should be dealt with on campus, by reference to teaching staff or through UFV Library. 

PUBLICATIONS BY GED MARTIN

BOOKS

THE DURHAM REPORT AND BRITISH POLICY: A CRITICAL ESSAY
(Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1972; viii + 120 pp.;

paperback ed., 2008)

REAPPRAISALS IN BRITISH IMPERIAL HISTORY
[joint with Ronald Hyam]
(London, Macmillan, 1975; ix + 234 pp.)

BUNYIP ARISTOCRACY: THE NEW SOUTH WALES CONSTITUTION DEBATE OF 1853 AND HEREDITARY INSTITUTIONS IN THE BRITISH COLONIES
(Sydney, Croom Helm / Methuen Australia, 1986; vii + 247 pp.)

BRITAIN AND THE ORIGINS OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION 1837-1867
(Basingstoke and Vancouver, Macmillan and UBC Press, 1995; xiii + 388 pp.)

THE CAMBRIDGE UNION AND IRELAND 1815-1914
(Edinburgh, Ann Barry, 2000; xii + 344pp.)

AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND AND FEDERATION, 1883-1901
(London, Menzies Centre for Australian Studies, 2001; xvi + 162pp.)

PAST FUTURES: THE IMPOSSIBLE NECESSITY OF HISTORY
(Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004; xi + 302pp.)
on-line reviews in Reviews in History {
www.history.ac.uk/reviews/paper/beer.html
and H-Net Canada {www.h-net.msu.edu/reviews/showrev/cgi?path=145721137440925}

FAVOURITE SON? 
JOHN A. MACDONALD AND THE VOTERS OF KINGSTON 1841-1891
(Kingston, Ont.: Kingston Historical Society, 2010; xviii + 196 pp.)

HUGHES HALL CAMBRIDGE 1885-2010
(London, Third Millennium International, 2011; 192 pp.)

JOHN A. MACDONALD: CANADA'S FIRST PRIME MINISTER

(Toronto, Dundurn (Quest Biography Series), 2013;  192 pp.)

BOOKS EDITED

THE FOUNDING OF AUSTRALIA: 
THE ARGUMENT OVER AUSTRALIA'S ORIGINS
(Sydney, Hale & Iremonger, 1978/1981; xiii + 313 pp.)

 THE CAUSES OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION 

(Fredericton, Acadiensis Press, 1990; 172 pp.)

WITNESS TO THE PARTITION: INDIA AND PAKISTAN 1947-1948
LETTERS OF SIR FULQUE AGNEW OF LOCHNAW  Bt

(Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Centre for South Asian Studies, 2001;

viii + 78 pp.)

CANADA 1849 [co-editor with Derek Pollard]
(Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Centre of Canadian Studies, 2001; 256 pp.)

 OTHER PUBLICATIONS

 EPISODES OF OLD CANBERRA 

(Canberra, Australian National University Press; 1978, iv + 92 pp.)

A CANADIAN GUIDE TO BRITAIN: I, ENGLAND
[joint with Jeffrey Simpson]
(Toronto, Macmillan of Canada, 1985; xviii + 361 pp.)

CANADA'S HERITAGE IN SCOTLAND
[joint with Jeffrey Simpson]
(Toronto, Dundurn Press; 1989, 248 pp.)

WALTZING BRITANNIA: 
A GUIDE TO BRITAIN FOR AUSTRALIANS
[joint with Gillian Martin]
(Sydney, Hale & Iremonger, 1989; 288 pp.)

HISTORY AS SCIENCE OR LITERATURE: 
EXPLAINING CANADIAN CONFEDERATION, 1858-1867
(London, Canadian High Commission [Canada House Lecture no. 41],

1989, 31 pp.)

FICTION AND FACTION IN CANADA'S GREAT COALITION OF 1864
(Sackville, New Brunswick, Mount Allison University Centre for Canadian Studies 
[Winthrop Pickard Bell Lecture 1991]; 1993, 40 pp.)

CANADIAN HISTORY:
A PLAY IN TWO ACTS?
(Edinburgh, Centre of Canadian Studies; 1999, ii + 24 pp.)

EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD: 
ABDUCTOR AND MYSTAGOGUE
(Edinburgh, Ann Barry, 1997; 56 pp.)

GOOD ENGLISH FOR CANADIAN STUDIES 
[with the assistance of Grace Owens]
(Edinburgh, Centre of Canadian Studies, 1997; 37 pp.)

ARTICLES AND ESSAYS

BRITISH POLICY TOWARDS CANADA  IN THE 1830s

"The Appointment of Sir Francis Bond Head as Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada in 1835"
JOURNAL OF IMPERIAL AND COMMONWEALTH HISTORY, iii (1975), pp. 280-291

"The Influence of the Durham Report" in
Ronald Hyam and Ged Martin, 
REAPPRAISALS IN BRITISH IMPERIAL HISTORY (London, Macmillan, 1975), pp. 75-88

"Attacking the Durham Myth: Seventeen Years On"
JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, xxv (1990), pp. 39-59

"Le Rapport de Durham et les origines du gouvernement responsable"
[translated by René Castonguay]
BULLETIN D'HISTOIRE POLITIQUE, vi [3] (1998), pp. 33-51

THE ORIGINS OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION 

"Introduction to the 2006 Edition" in
P.B. Waite, ed., 
THE CONFEDERATION DEBATES IN THE PROVINCE OF CANADA, 1865
(Montreal & Kingston, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2006), pp. vii-xxxviii

"Launching Canadian Confederation: Means to Ends",
HISTORICAL JOURNAL, xxvii (1984), pp. 575-602

"An Imperial Idea and its Friends: Canadian Confederation and the British 1837-1864", in 
A.G.Martel, ed., 
STUDIES IN BRITISH IMPERIAL HISTORY: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF A.P. THORNTON
(Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1986), pp. 49-94

"Confederation Rejected: The British Debate on Canada 1837-1840"
JOURNAL OF IMPERIAL AND COMMONWEALTH HISTORY, xi (1982), pp. 33-57

"Britain and the Future of British North America, 1841-1850"
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, ii (1987), pp. 74-96 

"The Idea of British North American Union 1854-1864" 
JOURNAL OF IRISH AND SCOTTISH STUDIES, i (2008), pp. 309-333
(special issue on Unions: Past ─ Present ─ Future.) 
[
http://www.abdn.ac.uk/riiss/JISS/Ged_Martin.pdf]

"Some Lost Confederation Initiatives, 1846-1857"
BULLETIN OF CANADIAN STUDIES, vi [2] (1983), pp. 25-35 

"Introduction" in
Ged Martin, ed., THE CAUSES OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION 
(Fredericton, Acadiensis Press, 1990), pp. 7-18

"The Case Against Canadian Confederation 1864-1867", in
Ged Martin, THE CAUSES OF CANADIAN CONFEDERATION 
(Fredericton, Acadiensis Press, 1990), pp. 19-49

OTHER ARTICLES AND ESSAYS ON CANADIAN HISTORY 

INTERPRETATIONS

 "Canada from 1815" in A.N. Porter, ed., 

OXFORD HISTORY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, III; THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
(Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 522-545

"The Canadian Question and the Late Modern Century" 
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, vii (1992), pp. 215-247
[Presidential address, BACS]

"Constitution Making and National Identity in Canada: 
A Historian's View" in 
Vivien Hart and S.C.Stimson, eds, 
WRITING A NATIONAL IDENTITY:  POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, AND CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON THE WRITTEN CONSTITUTION 
(Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1993), pp. 199-210

"Time Past and Time Future: Periodization and Prediction in the Canadian Experience" in 
A. Lapierre et al., 
LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND VALUES IN CANADA AT THE DAWN OF THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY 
(Ottawa: Carleton University Press/ ICCS, 1996), pp. 293-315

"1849: Year One in the History of British North America?" in
D. Pollard and G. Martin, eds, CANADA 1849 
(Edinburgh, Centre of Canadian Studies, 2001), pp. 7-27

"The 'Principle of Alternation' in the Leadership of the Canadian Liberal Party: 
An Unhelpful Myth"
ROUND TABLE, 310 (1989), pp. 158-164

"The State in Canada: Attempting a Review"
CAHIERS D'HISTOIRE (Université de Montréal), xvi (1997), pp. 147-152

"Cartography, Teleology and an Antipodean Comparison" [review article]
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, iii (1988), pp. 83-86

Untitled review article on 
D. Morrow, et al., eds, A Concise History of Sport in Canada 
CANADIAN JOURNAL OF SPORTS HISTORY, xx[2] (1990), pp. 92-95

"'The Workings of My Own Mind': Private Correspondence of the Governor-General of Canada, 1839-1867" 
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, i (2009), pp. 63-86

BIOGRAPHICAL

"The Simcoes and their Friends"
ONTARIO HISTORY, lxix (1977), pp. 101-112

"Sir Francis Bond Head: A Lieutenant-Governor from his Private Papers"
ONTARIO HISTORY, lxxii (1981), pp. 145-170

"Self-Defence: Sir Francis Bond Head and Canada 1841-1875"
ONTARIO HISTORY, lxxiii (1981), pp. 3-18

"Queen Victoria and Canada"
AMERICAN REVIEW OF CANADIAN STUDIES, xiii (1983), pp. 215-234

"Macdonald and his Biographers" [review article]
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, xvi (2001), pp. 300-19

"Sir John Eh? Macdonald: Recovering a Voice from History"
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, xvii (2004), pp. 117-124

"John A. Macdonald and the Bottle"
JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, xl (2006), pp. 162-185 

"John A. Macdonald: Provincial Premier"
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, xx (2007), pp. 99-122

"Archival Issues in John A. Macdonald Biography" 
JOURNAL OF HISTORICAL BIOGRAPHY, i (2007), pp. 79-155

{http: www.ucfv.ca/history/JHB}

"John A. Macdonald: Scotsman or Canadian"
(University of Edinburgh Standard Life Lecture in Canadian Studies, 2004,

text published on www.gedmartin.net)

"John A. Macdonald and Kingston Voters" 
HISTORIC KINGSTON, lviii (2010), pp. 56-63 
(Sir John A. Macdonald Annual Commemoration, Cataraqui Cemetery, 2009)

"Mackenzie King, the Medium and the Messages"
BRITISH JOURNAL OF CANADIAN STUDIES, iv (1989), pp. 109-135

"Alexander Campbell (1822-1892): The Travails of a Father of Confederation"
ONTARIO HISTORY, cv (2013), pp. 1-18

 REGIONAL HISTORY

"Convict Transportation to Newfoundland in 1789"
ACADIENSIS, v (1975), pp. 84-99

"The British Government and Maritime Disunion, 1834-1846"
BULLETIN OF CANADIAN STUDIES, v (1981), pp. 41-52

"British Officials and their Attitudes to the Negro Community in Canada"
ONTARIO HISTORY, lxvi (1974), pp. 79-88

"British Attitudes to Prairie Settlements"
ALBERTA HISTORICAL REVIEW, xxii (1974), pp. 1-11

"The Naming of British Columbia"
ALBION, x (1979), pp. 257-263

"Newfoundland at the Time of the French Attack in 1796"
ASPECTS (NEWFOUNDLAND QUARTERLY), vi (1974), pp. 54-60

"Royal Impressions of Newfoundland in 1786"
CANADA: AN HISTORICAL MAGAZINE, iii (1976), pp. 54-60

"The Out-Turned Box: New Studies of the Canadian Prairies" [review article]
BULLETIN OF CANADIAN STUDIES, vi (1982), pp. 45-54 

"Abden House: Edinburgh's Place in Canada's History"
UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH JOURNAL, xxiii (1988), pp. 240-243

"New Brunswick from Government House, 1848-1866" in
Paul A. Bogaard, ed., YORKSHIRE IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA: 
PAPERS FROM THE YORKSHIRE 2000 CONFERENCE 
(Sackville, New Brunswick, Tantramar Heritage Trust, 2012), pp. 1-24 
(keynote address delivered at the Yorkshire Settlers Conference, Sackville, New Brunswick, 2000.)

 STRUCTURE OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

"Empire Federalism and Imperial Parliamentary Union, 1820-1870"
HISTORICAL JOURNAL, xv (1973), pp. 562-589 

"'Anti-Imperialism' in the Mid-Nineteenth Century and the Nature of the British Empire, 1820-1870" in
Ronald Hyam and Ged Martin,

REAPPRAISALS IN BRITISH IMPERIAL HISTORY (London, Macmillan, 1975), pp. 88-120

"The Idea of 'Imperial Federation'" in
Ronald Hyam and Ged Martin, 
REAPPRAISALS IN BRITISH IMPERIAL HISTORY (London, Macmillan, 1975), pp. 121-138

"Personal and Impersonal Forces and the Continuity of British Imperial History" 
[joint with Ronald Hyam] in
Ronald Hyam and Ged Martin,
REAPPRAISALS IN BRITISH IMPERIAL HISTORY (London, Macmillan, 1975), pp. 1-20

British Emigration and New Identities"
[joint with Benjamin E. Kline] in
Peter J. Marshall, ed.,
CAMBRIDGE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
(Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1996), pp. 254-279

"Colonial Peerage and Bunyip Aristocracy"
UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, INSTITUTE OF COMMONWEALTH STUDIES, COLLECTED SEMINAR PAPERS, 31, pp. 93-110

"'No Taxation without Representation!': Colonial Parliamentary Representation as an Alternative to American Independence"
BULLETIN OF THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION, i [vi], (1974), pp. 2-17

"Was There a British Empire?" [review article]
HISTORICAL JOURNAL, xiv (1972), pp. 562-569

"1905-1908: The 'Watershed' of the British Empire-Commonwealth" [review article]
NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF HISTORY, viii (1974), pp. 164-171

"Definition and Subjectivity in the Writing of Imperial History" [review article]
HISTORICAL JOURNAL, xxxviii (1995), pp. 769-779

"Sovereignty and Independence in the Dominions" in
H.T. Dickinson and Michael Lynch, eds, 
THE CHALLENGE TO WESTMINSTER: 
SOVEREIGNTY, DEVOLUTION AND INDEPENDENCE 
(East Linton, Scotland, Tuckwell Press,2000), pp. 91-101

 "A Letter of John Stuart Mill to John Plummer" [edited]

MILL NEWS LETTER (Toronto), ix [ii] (1974), pp. 7-9 

BRITISH HISTORY

"A Backbencher on Parliamentary Reform, 1831-1832"
[principal author, joint with Mark O'Neill]
HISTORICAL JOURNAL, xxiii (1980), pp. 539-563

"The Canadian Rebellion Losses Bill of 1849 in British Politics"
JOURNAL OF IMPERIAL AND COMMONWEALTH HISTORY, vi (1977), pp. 3-22

"'Our Advices from Canada are Unimportant': The Times and British North America, 1841-1861" in 
C.C.Eldridge, ed., KITH AND KIN: 
CANADA, BRITAIN AND THE UNITED STATES FROM THE REVOLUTION TO THE COLD WAR
(Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1997), pp. 61-93

"The Cambridge Lectureship of 1866: False Start in American Studies"
JOURNAL OF AMERICAN STUDIES, vii (1973), pp. 17-29 

"Asquith, the Historians and the Maurice Debate"
AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND HISTORY, xxxi (1985), pp. 435-444

UNDERSTANDING THE ISLE OF MAN [lecture published on video]
(University of Prince Edward Island, Institute of Island Studies, 1991)

THE PALMERSTON PAPERS [edited with introduction]
(Micro Methods, East Ardsley, Yorkshire, for British Association for American Studies, 1970)

"Michael Daniel Jones and Welsh Oregon"
JOURNAL OF THE MERIONETH HISTORICAL AND RECORD SOCIETY, 
ix (1983), pp. 340-342

"The Welsh and the Empire" ["Box"] in
Peter J. Marshall, ed., 
CAMBRIDGE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
(Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1996), p. 265

Entries for John George Lambton (first Earl of Durham), Francis Maseres, Lord Glenelg, 
Benjamin Hawes and Sir Francis Bond Head for the OXFORD DICTIONARY OF NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY

"Winston Churchill: Wartime Traveller"
(published on www.gedmartin.net)

Extended and untitled review of
L. Freedman, The Official History of the Falklands Campaign
Round Table, xcv (2006), pp. 153-157

IRISH HISTORY

"From Union to Partition: Interaction in Ireland 1870-1922" in 
Benjamin E. Kline and S. Payne, eds, 
IMPERIALISM AND ITS LEGACY 
(Lanham, Md, University Press of America, 1990), pp. 133-167 

"Cork and the American Civil War: the Queenstown Affair of 1863"
[joint author with Benjamin Kline]
JOURNAL OF THE CORK HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, lxxxix (1984), pp. 99-107

"Parnell at Cambridge: the Education of an Irish Nationalist"
IRISH HISTORICAL STUDIES, xix (1974), pp. 79-88

"Parnell Syndicated" [review article]
IRISH REVIEW, xii (1992), pp. 150-153

"Parnell and Magdalene: Some New Evidence"
MAGDALENE COLLEGE [Cambridge] MAGAZINE, xxxvi (1992), pp. 37-41

"The Origins of Partition" in
Malcolm Anderson and Eberhard Bort, eds,
THE IRISH BORDER: HISTORY, POLITICS, CULTURE
(Liverpool, Liverpool University Press, 1999), pp. 57-111

"Voices from Ireland: the Postbag of Richardson Evans, 1918-1926"
JOURNAL OF THE CORK HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, xciv (1989), pp. 113-123 

"The Irish Free State and the Evolution of the Commonwealth, 
1921-1949" in
Ronald Hyam and Ged Martin, REAPPRAISALS IN BRITISH IMPERIAL HISTORY 
(London, Macmillan, 1975), pp. 201-225

"De Valera Imagined and Observed" in
Gabriel Doherty and Dermot Keogh, eds,
DE VALERA'S IRELANDS (Cork, Mercier Press,2003, pp. 84-103)

"A Visitor to Cork in 1775" 
JOURNAL OF THE CORK HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY,  xcviii (1993), pp. 141-144
 

AUSTRALIAN HISTORY

"The Foundation of Botany Bay, 1778-90: A Re-Appraisal" in 
Ronald Hyam and Ged Martin, REAPPRAISALS IN BRITISH IMPERIAL HISTORY 
(London, Macmillan, 1975), pp. 44-74 

"Introduction" from Ged Martin, ed., THE FOUNDING OF AUSTRALIA
partly reprinted in G. Whitlock and G.Reekie, eds,
UNCERTAIN BEGINNINGS: DEBATES IN AUSTRALIAN STUDIES
(St Lucia, University of Queensland Press, 1993), pp. 7-13.

"A London Newspaper on the founding of Botany Bay, August 1786 to May 1787"
JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, lxi (1975), pp. 73-90 
[reprinted in Ged Martin, ed., THE FOUNDING OF AUSTRALIA]

"The Alternatives to Botany Bay"
UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE HISTORICAL JOURNAL (Newcastle, NSW), iii (1975), pp. 11-26 
[reprinted in Ged Martin, ed., THE FOUNDING OF AUSTRALIA]

"Economic Motives behind the Founding of Botany Bay"
AUSTRALIAN ECONOMIC HISTORY REVIEW, xvi (1976), pp. 128-143
[reprinted in Ged Martin, ed., THE FOUNDING OF AUSTRALIA]

"The Founding of New South Wales" in P.Statham, ed., 
THE ORIGINS OF AUSTRALIA'S STATES AND CITIES 
(Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1989), pp. 37-51
[expanded version in AUSTRALIAN STUDIES, i, 1988, pp. 19-41]

"Australian Labor and Imperial Federation, 1917"
JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, lxiii (1977), pp. 107-117

"'Bush': A Possible English Dialect Origin for an Australian Term"
AUSTRALIAN LITERARY STUDIES, vi (1974), pp. 431-434

"British Influence in Australia" and "Bunyip Aristocracy" in
G. Aplin, et al., eds, AUSTRALIANS: A HISTORICAL DICTIONARY
(Broadway NSW, Fairfax, Syme & Weldon Associates, 1987), pp. 56-58, 61

"Sir Richard MacDonnell Reminisces"
SOUTH AUSTRALIANA, xv (1974), pp. 152-154

"Australia's History: 'Australian' or 'British'?" [review article]
HISTORICAL JOURNAL, xxiii (1980), pp. 1009-1018 

"Australian History" [review article]
HISTORY, lxv (1980), pp. 398-405 

"The Explosion in Australian Historical Publication" [review article]
JOURNAL OF IMPERIAL AND COMMONWEALTH HISTORY, xii (1983), pp. 94-103 

"Explaining the Sentimental Utopia: 
Historians and the Centenary of Australian Federation" [review article]
AUSTRALIAN STUDIES, xviii (2003/ publ. 2005), pp. 211-229

Untitled extended review of Beverley Kingston, History of New South Wales 
REVIEWS IN AUSTRALIAN STUDIES, II (2007), pp. 1-9 
{
www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/index.php/ras} 

NEW ZEALAND HISTORY

"James Busby and the Treaty of Waitangi"
BRITISH REVIEW OF NEW ZEALAND STUDIES, v (1993), pp. 5-22

"Wakefield's Past and Futures" in
Rachel Underwood, ed.,
EDWARD GIBBON WAKEFIELD AND THE COLONIAL DREAM:

A RECONSIDERATION
(Wellington, Friends of the Turnbull Library/GP Publications, 1997), pp. 20-44

"Cant and Canterbury (1850)" [edited] 
BRITISH REVIEW OF NEW ZEALAND STUDIES, ii, 1989, pp. 65-70

"'A System of Sponging and Cozening': Goldwin Smith on New Zealand, 1862"
BRITISH REVIEW OF NEW ZEALAND STUDIES, xiii (2001/2), pp. 39-57

"Punch and the Maori" 
BRITISH REVIEW OF NEW ZEALAND STUDIES, xv (2005/6), pp. 113-126

"New Zealand, Australian Federation and the 'Plain Nonsense' Debate"
BRITISH REVIEW OF NEW ZEALAND STUDIES, xi (1998), pp. 67-100

"From Muldoon to Lange: the New Zealand General Election of 1984"
ROUND TABLE, no. 292, October 1984, pp. 392-402 

"Two Cheers for Lord Glenelg" [review article]
JOURNAL OF IMPERIAL AND COMMONWEALTH HISTORY, vii (1979), pp. 213-237

"Myths of the Protestant Pakehas" [review article]
HISTORICAL JOURNAL, xxxii (1989), pp. 465-474

"Macrons in the Microscope" [review article]
NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF HISTORY, xxviii (1994), pp. 86-89

"'That Is Just What We Do Not Want': Exploring the Canadian-New Zealand Comparison" in Ian Conrich, D. Alessio and I. Sachdev, eds, 
SMALL NATIONS, BIG NEIGHBOURS: NEW ZEALAND & CANADA 
(Nottingham, UK: Kakapo Books, 2011, Studies in New Zealand Culture No. 13), pp. 5-34
 

Untitled review article on Nancy M. Taylor, 
The New Zealand People at War: The Home Front
BRITISH REVIEW OF NEW ZEALAND STUDIES, ii (1989), pp. 110-118

Untitled extended review of M. Dunn, New Zealand Painting
BRITISH REVIEW OF NEW ZEALAND STUDIES, xiv (2003/4), pp. 131-137

SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORY

"Canadian Precedents in South African Union, 1870-1910"
SOUTH AFRICAN HISTORICAL JOURNAL, vii (1976), pp. 40-59 

"Structures and Futures in Southern African History" 
[review article, joint with G.A. Dominy]
HISTORICAL JOURNAL, xxix (1986), pp. 507-513 

"Identity and Interaction: A Defence of Natal History" [review article]
JOURNAL OF IMPERIAL AND COMMONWEALTH HISTORY, xiii (1994), pp. 317-331

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