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Author: Russell, JA (Dr Jim Russell)

Number of items: 32

Journal Article
Russell, JA and Johnston, C, Community and cultural values: the upper Mersey Valley and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Historic Environment, 18, (2) pp. 39-42. ISSN 0726-6715 (2005) [Refereed Article] 
Russell, JA, Book Review: Main Currents in Western Environmental Thought by Peter Hay, Historic Environment, 16, (3) pp. 51-52. ISSN 0726-6715 (2003) [Letter or Note in Journal] 
Russell, JA and Jambrecina, M, Wilderness and Cultural Landscapes: shifting management emphases in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Australian Geographer, 33, (2) pp. 125-139. ISSN 0004-9182 (2002) [Refereed Article] 
Russell, JA, The Upper Mersey River Valley, Tasmania: assessing cultural values in a natural area, Historic Environment, 13, (3-4) pp. 42-44. ISSN 0726-6715 (1997) [Non Refereed Article] 
Russell, JA, Towards More Inclusive, Vital Models of Heritage, an Australian perspective, International Journal of Heritage Studies, 3, (2) pp. 71-80. ISSN 1352-7258 (1997) [Refereed Article] 
Chapter in Book
Russell, JA, Tasman Peninsula, Australia, Threatened Landscapes, SPON, Green B & Voss W (ed), UK, pp. P114. ISBN 041925630X (2001) [Research Book Chapter] 
Conference Publication
Russell, JA, Shutting out community sense of place? Tasmania's planning system, 'Senses of Place' Conference Handbook, April, Hobart, pp. 73-73. (2006) [Conference Extract] 
Russell, JA, Community Sense of Place, Identity, and Aesthetics in Tasmanian Coastal Planning, Coast to Coast ' 04: Conference Proceedings, April 2004, Hobart EJ (2004) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Russell, JA, Community sense of place, identity, and aesthetics in Tasmanian coastal planning, Coast to Coast ' 04: Conference Program & Abstracts, April 2004, Hobart, pp. 44-44. (2004) [Conference Extract] 
Russell, JA and Johnston, C, Community and Cultural Values: The Upper Mersey Valley and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Celebrating Mountains - Proceedings of an International Year of Mountains Conference, Jindabyne - Australia, November 25-28, 2002, 2002, Jindabyne, pp. 453-458. ISBN 0-646-42205-7 (2003) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Russell, JA and Johnston, C, Communities and Cultural Values: The Upper Mersey Valley and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Celebrating Mountains: An International Year of Mountains Conference Program and Abstracts, November 2002, Jindabyme, Australia, pp. 53-54. (2002) [Conference Extract] 
Russell, JA, Painful and ambivalent heritage in natural areas: the case of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Islands of Vanishment Programme and Abstracts, 7-10 June 2002, Port Arthur Historic Site, pp. 88-88. (2002) [Conference Extract] 
Russell, JA, Tasman Peninsula as Cultural Landscape, Cultural Landscapes: Consolidated proceedings of a series of three workshops on cultural landscapes in Tasmania , July 2001, Port Arthur Tasmania, pp. 5pp. (2001) [Non Refereed Conference Paper] 
Russell, JA and Cubit, S, Reclaiming the Cultural Environment: Communities re-define the concept of Heritage, Second Joint Conference: Institute of Australian Geographers and New Zealand Geographical Society, January 28-31 1997, Hobart, pp. 15-17. ISSN 1174-7250 (1998) [Refereed Conference Paper] 
Contract Report, Consultant's Report
Russell, JA, Expert Witness Statement: Zoning on Single Hill and Aesthetic and Social Community Values in the City of Clarence, Report to Seven Mile Beach Coastcare Group Inc. as Expert Witness to Resource Planning and Development Commission (Tasmania), Hobart (17.12.03), Seven Mile Beach Coastcare Group Inc. (2003) [Contract Report] 
Russell, JA, Response to N. Shephard, Appeal re Subdivision Application No. SD-2003/8, Report to Seven Mile Beach Coastcare Group Inc. as Expert Witness (Responsive) Statement/Presentation to Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal (Tasmania), Hobart (10.11.03), Seven Mile Beach Coastcare Group Inc. (2003) [Contract Report] 
Russell, JA, Statement of Evidence, Appeal re Subdivision Application No. SD-2003/8, Report to Seven Mile Beach Coastcare Group Inc. as Expert Witness (Primary Proof) Statement/Presentation to Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal (Tasmania), Hobart (27.10.03), Seven Mile Beach Coastcare Group Inc. (2003) [Contract Report] 
Cubit, S and Russell, JA, Assessing Cultural Values in Natural Areas: The Upper Mersey Valley, Vol.3, Part 2: Historic Values Assessment - Thematic Analysis and Site Report, National Heritage Scheme (2000) [Consultants Report] 
Cubit, S and Russell, JA, Assessing Cultural Values in Natural Areas: The Upper Mersey Valley, Vol.3, Part 1: Historic Values Assessment - Contextual History and Significant Places, A Report to the Australian Hertiage Commission, National Heritage Scheme (1999) [Consultants Report] 
Cubit, S and Russell, JA and Johnston, C, Assessing Cultural Values in Natural Areas: The Upper Mersey Valley, Vol 1: Database of Culturally Significant Places, A report to the Australian Heritage Commission, National Heritage Scheme (1999) [Consultants Report] 
Russell, JA and Cubit, S and Johnston, C and Hepper, J, Assessing Cultural Values in Natural Areas: The Upper Mersey Valley Volume1: Main Report on Methods and Findings, National Heritage Scheme, 1 (1998) [Consultants Report] 
Russell, JA, Cultural Landscape Assessment and Associated Policies in Willow Court/Royal Derwent Hospital Precinct Study Volume 2 Heritage Assessment, Austral Archaeology and Department of Environment and Land Management, Tasmania (1997) [Contract Report] 
Russell, JA, Ch. 5. Break O'Day Cultural Heritage, in Break O'Day Municipal Settlement Strategy Background, TASQUE and Break O'Day Municipality (1996) [Contract Report] 
Major Creative Work
Russell, JA, Blackmans Bay Shacks: Images and Owners, Tasmanian Bicentenary, Blackmans Bay Primary School (2004) [Other Exhibition] 
Other Creative Work
Russell, JA and Samuelson, M and Rathbone, D, Scans (publication standard): bxw photos from ,Blackmans Bay Shacks: Images and Owners Public Exhibition Blackmans Bay Primary School Hall 177 Roslyn Avenue Sun 21 Nov - Sun 28 Nov 2004, J Russell, Hobart, pp. 41 photographs (2008) [Catalogue] 
Other Public Output
Russell, JA and Warburton, A, Blackmans Bay Shacks, Annie Warburton 7-10 pm, ABC Radio AM 936, Hobart, November 24 (2004) [Media Interview] 
Russell, JA and Grant, R, Heritage Month, Tasmanian Country Hour, ABC Rural Radio 936, Hobart, April 30 (2004) [Media Interview] 
Russell, JA and Rathbone, D and Briggs, J, Insight on ever-changing shack life, The Mercury, Davies Brothers (News Limited), Hobart, Tasmania, November 23 (2004) [Media Interview] 
Russell, JA, Shacking up, Unitas News: News from the University of Tasmania, University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay, Tasmania, 270, November (2004) [Media Interview] 
Russell, JA, Submission: Draft Clarence Planning Scheme 2002, Resource Planning and Development Commission (Tasmania), Hobart (24.9.03), Draft Clarence Planning Scheme 2002, Resource Planning and Development Commission, Hobart (2003) [Report of Restricted Access] 
Russell, JA, Cultural Values in Natural Landscapes: Tasmanian's World Heritage Area, Landscape Research Extra, Landscape Research Group, Devon, UK, 1, 19 (1996) [Report of Restricted Access] 
Russell, JA, Evolution of the Concept of our National Parks, THAT'S HISTORY, ABC (Radio National), Sydney, 25/6/95 (1995) [Media Interview] 

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