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Mary Casey - Publications & Thesis
2010 ‘A patina of age: Elizabeth Macquarie (née) Campbell and the influence of the buildings and landscape of Argyll, Scotland in the formation of British cultural identity in colonial New South Wales’, International Journal of Historical Archaeology, in press.
2010 Mary Casey and Jenny Winnett, ‘Thomas Ball, a Staffordshire potter in Sydney’, notes in Post-medieval Archaeology, in press.
2009 Mary Casey and Gay Hendriksen Breaking the shackles: Historic lives in Parramatta’s archaeological landscape, Parramatta Heritage Centre & Casey & Lowe
2009 Denise Donlon, Mary Casey, Wolfgang Hack and Christina Adler ‘Perinatal human skeletons from the Parramatta Justice Precinct, NSW’, Australasian Historical Archaeology 26:
2009 Mike Macphail and Mary Casey ‘“News from the Interior”: what can we tell from plant microfossils preserved on historical archaeological sites in colonial Parramatta?’, Australasian Historical Archaeology 26:
2007 ‘Archaeology and Landscape in Parramatta, 2002-2006’, History, March 2007, Newsletter of the Royal Australian Historical Society.
2006 'Remaking Britain: establishing British identity and power at Sydney Cove', Australasian Historical Archaeology 24:87-98.
2005 'The road to controversy', in J. Lydon and T. Ireland (eds) Object Lessons: archaeology & heritage in Australia, Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne, pp. 148-166.
2005 'Material culture and the construction of hierarchy:
The Conservatorium Site rubbish dump',
Australasian Historical Archaeology 23:97-113.
2005 Mike Macphail and Mary Casey 'Bridging a biogeographic 'gap': microfossil evidence for the occurrence of two or more species of Isoetes on the Cumberland Plain west of Sydney during the early Colonial period', Cunninghamia 9.
2004 'Falling through the cracks: method and practice at the CSR site, Pyrmont', Australasian Historical Archaeology 22:27-43.
2002 Remaking the landscape: archaeology, landscape and meaning, PhD thesis, Prehistoric and Historical Archaeology, University of Sydney.
1999 'Local pottery and dairying at the DMR site, Brickfield Hill, Sydney, New South Wales', Australasian Historical Archaeology 17:1-37.
1998 'Gender in historical archaeology 1991-95: The impact of the 1st Women in Archaeology Conference', in M. Casey, D. Donlon, J. Hope & S. Welfare (eds) Redefining archaeology: Feminist perspectives, Research Papers in Archaeology and Natural History, No. 29, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra.
1998a Casey, Mary, Denise Donlon, J. Hope and S. Wellfare (eds) Redefining archaeology: Feminist perspectives, Research Papers in Archaeology and Natural History, No. 29, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra
1998b Casey, Mary, Denise Donlon, J. Hope and S. Wellfare (eds) 'Introduction', Redefining archaeology: feminist perspectives, Research Papers in Archaeology and Natural History, No. 29, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, Canberra.
1994 'Camperdown Cemetery: a social commentary', Heritage 8.
1992 Archaeological significance, research potential and Camperdown Cemetery, Master's thesis, Master of the Built Environment (Building Conservation), University of New South Wales.
Volume 1 - The Thesis PDF file 28 MB, 216 pages with maps, diagrams and b/w photos. Warning - large file.
Volume 2 - Appendix: Type series of upright headstones PDF file 29 MB, 222 pages with b/w photos. Warning - large file.
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