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Dr. Klaus Neumann

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klaus.neumann@wiku-hamburg.de

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Akademische Laufbahn

  • 1989 Promotion in Pacific History an der Australian National University
  • 1984 Zweite Staatsprüfung für das Lehramt an Gymnasien, Studienseminar Kassel II
  • 1983 Erste Staatsprüfung für das Lehramt an Gymnasien, Johann-Wolfgang-Goethe-Universität Frankfurt/Main
  • 1980–1983 Studium der Geschichtswissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft und Pädagogik in Frankfurt
  • 1978–1980 Studium der Geschichtswissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft und Ethnologie in Mainz
  • 1976–1977 Studium der Geschichtswissenschaft, Germanistik und Politikwissenschaft in Kiel

Berufserfahrung

  • Seit Juli 2018 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Hamburger Stiftung zur Förderung von Wissenschaft und Kultur; Honorary Professor, Deakin University (Melbourne); Gastwissenschaftler, Hannah-Arendt-Institut für Totalitarismusforschung an der TU Dresden
  • 2017–2018 Professor of History, Deakin University (Melbourne)
  • 2007–2017 Professor of History, Swinburne University (Melbourne)
  • 2006 Senior Lecturer, University of Melbourne
  • 2002–2005 Senior Research Fellow, Swinburne University (Melbourne)
  • 1999–2002 Freiberuflicher Historiker (u. a. Forschungsaufträge für das Waitangi Tribunal, Neuseeland, und das Australische Nationalarchiv)
  • 1996–1999 Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow, Australian National University
  • 1994–1995 Lecturer, University of Melbourne
  • 1991–1994 Lecturer/Research Fellow, University of Newcastle

Forschungs- und Lehrschwerpunkte

  • Postkoloniale Geschichte
  • Kolonialgeschichte Australiens, Neuseelands und Papua-Neuguineas
  • Oral History
  • Deutsche „Vergangenheitsbewältigung“
  • Erinnerungspolitik
  • Politik der Emotionen
  • Australische Zeitgeschichte
  • Australische Einwanderungs- und Internierungspolitik
  • Geschichte der Menschenrechte
  • Multiculturalismus
  • Historische Gerechtigkeit
  • Flüchtlingspolitik

Forschungsprojekte

  • „Die Geschichte des Umgangs mit Geflüchteten und anderen Fremden in Hamburg-Altona und der Sächsischen Schweiz“, finanziert durch die Hamburger Stiftung zur Förderung von Wissenschaft und Kultur (Abstract Forschungsprojekt)
  • „Representing Multicultural Australia in National and State Libraries“ (Leitung bis 30.6.2018, Mitarbeit ab 1.7.2018), finanziert durch den Australian Research Council
  • „Protecting Non-Citizens: An Australian Legal and Political History, 1945–89“ (Leitung bis 30.6.2018, Mitarbeit ab 1.7.2018), finanziert durch den Australian Research Council

Stipendien und Preise

  • 2019 Frank Broeze Memorial Maritime History Book Prize
  • 2017 Fellow, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia
  • 2016 Council of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) Australia Prize

PUBLIKATIONEN

Aktuelle Veröffentlichungen

Ever-present possibilities and the status quo. In: Australian Policy and History vom 18. Juni 2020. [online]

Tipping points. In: Inside Story vom 12. Mai 2020. [online]

Australia and the abortive Convention on Territorial Asylum: a case study of a cul de sac in international refugee and human rights law. In: International Journal of Refugee Law, 32 (2020) 1, S. 86-112 (zus. mit Savitri Taylor).

Is illiberalism the force of the future? In: Inside Story vom 20. April 2020. [online]

That other virus. In: Inside Story vom 17. März 2020. [online]

In Defence of Europe. In: Inside Story vom 13. März 2020. [online]

Anatomy of a broken taboo. In: Inside Story vom 19. Februar 2020. [online]

How Australia's love affair with coal looks from afar, and why it matters. In: Inside Story vom 4. Februar 2020. [online]

Memorializing mass deaths at the border: two cases from Canberra (Australia) and Lampedusa (Italy). In: Ethnic and Racial Studies, 42 (2019) 2, S. 141–158 (zus. mit Karina Horsti).

‘He has to take his chances’: the resettlement of a refugee in Australia and his deportation to the country he had fled, 1980–1992. In: History Australia, 16 (2019) 3, S. 459–479 (zus. mit Savitri Taylor).

The right to asylum: a hidden history. In: Eureka Henrich/Julian M. Simpson (Hg.), History, Historians and the Immigration Debate: Going Back to Where We Came from, Palgrave Macmillan, Cham 2019, S. 191–208.

In search of “Australia and the Australian people”: The National Library of Australia and the representation of cultural and linguistic diversity. In Kate Darian-Smith/Paula Hamilton (Hg.), Remembering Migration: Oral Histories and Heritage in Australia, Palgrave Macmillan, Cham 2019, S. 285–299.

“True camps of concentration”? The uses and abuses of a contentious analogy. In Karina Horsti (Hg.), The Politics of Public Memories of Forced Migration and Bordering in Europe, Palgrave Macmillan, Cham 2019, S. 15–35.

The rise and fall of German angst. In: Inside Story vom 16. April 2019. [online]

The remarkable deeds of Captain Rackete. In: Inside Story vom 12. Juli 2019. [online]

The significance of 1 September. In: Inside Story vom 2. September 2019. [online]

Monografien

  • Across the Seas: Australia’s Response to Refugees: A History, Black Inc., Melbourne 2015.
  • In the Interest of National Security: Civilian Internment in Australia During World War II, National Archives of Australia, Canberra 2006.
  • Refuge Australia: Australia’s Humanitarian Record, UNSW Press, Sydney 2004.
  • Shifting Memories: The Nazi Past in the New Germany, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor 2000.
  • Rabaul Yu Swit Moa Yet: Surviving the 1994 Volcanic Eruption, Oxford University Press, Melbourne 1996.
  • Not the Way It Really Was: Constructing the Tolai Past, University of Hawai’i Press, Honolulu 1992.

Herausgeberschaften

  • Historical Justice, Routledge, London 2016 (Text identisch mit: Historical Justice. Special issue of Rethinking History, 18 (2014) 2).
  • Historical Justice and Memory, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison 2015 (zus. mit Janna Thompson).
  • Violence, Justice and the Work of Memory. Focus section of International Journal of Conflict and Violence, 8 (2014) 1 (zus. mit Dan Anderson).
  • Memory, History, and Justice. Special issue of Time & Society, 21 (2012) 1 (zus. mit Katherine McGregor).
  • Does History Matter? Making and Debating Citizenship, Immigration and Refugee Policy in Australia and New Zealand, ANU E Press, Canberra 2009 (zus. mit Gwenda Tavan).
  • Quicksands: Foundational Histories in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney 1999 (zus. mit Nicholas Thomas und Hilary Ericksen).
  • Work in Flux, University of Melbourne, Melbourne 1995 (zus. mit Andrew Sartori und Emma Greenwood).

Aufsätze in Zeitschriften

  • Australia and the abortive Convention on Territorial Asylum: a case study of a cul de sac in international refugee and human rights law. In: International Journal of Refugee Law, 32 (2020) 1, S. 86-112 (zus. mit Savitri Taylor).
  • ‘He has to take his chances’: the resettlement of a refugee in Australia and his deportation to the country he had fled, 1980–1992. In: History Australia, 16 (2019) 3, S. 459–479 (zus. mit Savitri Taylor).
  • Memorializing mass deaths at the border: two cases from Canberra (Australia) and Lampedusa (Italy). In: Ethnic and Racial Studies, 42 (2019) 2, S. 141–158 (zus. mit Karina Horsti).
  • The Ballerina and the Minister: Turf Wars and the Australian Government’s Exceptional granting of political asylum in 1980. In: Australian Journal of Politics and History, 64 (2018) 4, S. 576–591 (zus. mit Savitri Taylor).
  • Abandoned in limbo: the predicament of refugees in Renée Brand’s Niemandsland [Short Days Ago] and Herz Bergner’s Zwishn himl un waser [Between Sky and Sea]. In: Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht, 49 (2016) [2018] 2–3, S. 103–118.
  • Australia and the 1967 Declaration on Territorial Asylum: A case study of the making of international refugee and human rights law. In: International Journal of Refugee Law, 30 (2018) 1, S. 8–30 (zus. mit Savitri Taylor).
  • Das Journal of Refugee Studies. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte eines Forschungsfeldes. In: Z’Flucht, 1 (2017) 1, S. 140–157.
  • German debts: entangled histories of the Greek–German relationship and their varied effects. In: German Politics and Society, 34 (2016) 3, S. 77–99.
  • The admission of refugees from East and South Asia in 1947: antecedents of Australia’s IRO mass resettlement scheme. In: History Australia, 12 (2015) 2, S. 62–79.
  • Historians and the yearning for historical justice. In: Rethinking History, 18 (2014) 2, S. 154–164.
  • Introduction: violence, justice and the work of memory. In: International Journal of Conflict and Violence, 8 (2014) 1, S. 4-15 (zus. mit Dan Anderson).
  • Refugee settlement in Australia: policy, scholarship and the production of knowledge, 1952–2013. In: Journal of Intercultural Studies, 35 (2014) 1, S. 1–17 (zus. mit Sandra M. Gifford, Annika Lems und Stefanie Scherr).
  • Icebergs and other hazards: an epilogue. In: Time & Society, 21 (2012) 1, S. 121–131.
  • Asylum seekers, Willy Wong, and the uses of history: from 2010 to 1962, and back. In: Australian Historical Studies, 42 (2011) 1, S. 126–139.
  • Australia, Indonesia and West Papuan refugees, 1962–2009. In: International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 10 (2010) 1, S. 1–31 (zus. mit Savitri Taylor).
  • When history isn’t made but happens: memories of victimhood in Halberstadt (Germany). In: Memory Studies, 2 (2009) 1, S. 171–194.
  • But is it history? In: Cultural Studies Review, 14 (2008) 1, S. 19–32.
  • UnAustralian. In: Continuum, 21 (2007) 4, S. 475–483.
  • Hush-hushing the whole matter: The UNHCR, Australia, and West Papuan refugees. In: Refuge, 23 (2006) 1, S. 69–80.
  • ‘Our own interests must come first’: Australia’s response to the expulsion of Asians from Uganda. In: History Australia, 3 (2006) 1, S. 10.1–10.17.
  • Copper and bronze: Australia’s selection of Mauritian immigrants. In: Journal of Mauritian Studies, 3 (2006) 1, S. 1–25.
  • Thinking the Forbidden Concept: Refugees as Immigrants and Exiles. In: Antipodes, 19 (2005) 1, S. 1–15.
  • Probing the Past: Ideas for a Web-Based Learning Resource about the White Australia Policy. In: Southern Review, 38 (2005) 1, S. 33–49.
  • ,Stayputs’ and Asylum Seekers in Darwin, 1961–1962: Or, How three Portuguese Sailors Helped to Undermine the White Australia Policy. In: Journal of Northern Territory History, 16 (2005), S. 1–25.
  • Anxieties in Colonial Mauritius and the Erosion of the White Australia Policy. In: Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 32 (2004) 3, S. 1–2.
  • Providing a ‘Home for the Oppressed’? Historical Perspectives on Australian Responses to Refugees. In: Australian Journal of Human Rights, 9 (2003) 2, S. 1–25.
  • Among Historians. In: Cultural Studies Review, 9 (2003) 2, S. 177–191.
  • Asylum Seekers and ‘Non-Political Native Refugees’ in Papua and New Guine. In: Australian Historical Studies, 33 (2002) 120, S. 359–372.
  • Haunted Lands. In: The UTS Review, 6 (2000) 1, S. 65–79.
  • The Children of Bullenhuser Damm. In: Meanjin, 59 (2000) 1, S. 74–93.
  • Goethe, Buchenwald, and the New Germany. In: German Politics and Society, 17 (1999) 1, S. 56–84.
  • The Stench of the Past: Revisionism in Pacific Islands and Australian History. In: The Contemporary Pacific, 10 (1998) 1, S. 31–64.
  • Cropped Images. In: Humanities Research, 2 (1998) 1, S. 23–46.
  • Remembering Victims and Perpetrators. In: The UTS Review, 4 (1998) 1, S. 1–17.
  • But Is It Art? Erecting Appropriate Memorials in Wiesbaden, Germany. In: Australian Journal of Art, 14 (1998) 1, S. 91–113.
  • Nostalgia for Rabaul. In: Oceania,  67 (1997) 3, S. 177–193.
  • Schlemihl’s Travels: ‘Hasty Contact’ at Rapanui and the Context of a European Biography. In: History and Anthropology, 10 (1997) 2–3, S. 139–184.
  • Vatakodo and Tumu Vake: Knowing Tolai Histories. In: Papua New Guinea Journal of Education, 32 (1996) 1, S. 1–7.
  • On the Gravestone for Kurt Schwitters. In: Ædon, 3 (1995) 1, S. 62–70.
  • ‘In Order to Win Their Friendship ...’: Renegotiating First Contact. In: The Contemporary Pacific, 6 (1994) 1, S. 111–114.
  • Tradition and Identity in Papua New Guinea: Some Observations Regarding Tami and Tolai. In: Oceania, 62 (1992) 4, S. 295–316.
  • Finding an Appropriate Beginning for a History of the Tolai Colonial Past, Or Starting from Trash. In: Canberra Anthropology, 15 (1992) 1, S. 1–19.
  • A Postcolonial Writing of Aboriginal History. In: Meanjin, 51 (1992) 2, S. 277–298.
  • Hubert Fichte as Ethnographer. In: Cultural Anthropology, 6 (1991) 3, S. 263–284.
  • Not the Way It Really Was: Writing a History of the Tolai (Papua New Guinea). In: Journal of Pacific History, 24 (1989) 2, S. 209–220.

Aufsätze in Sammelbänden

  • “True camps of concentration”? The uses and abuses of a contentious analogy. In Karina Horsti (Hg.), The Politics of Public Memories of Forced Migration and Bordering in Europe, Palgrave Macmillan, Cham 2019, S. 15–35.
  • In search of “Australia and the Australian people”: The National Library of Australia
    and the representation of cultural and linguistic diversity. In Kate Darian-Smith/Paula Hamilton (Hg.), Remembering Migration: Oral Histories and Heritage in Australia, Palgrave Macmillan, Cham 2019, S. 285–299.
  • The right to asylum: a hidden history. In: Eureka Henrich/Julian M. Simpson (Hg.), History, Historians and the Immigration Debate: Going Back to Where We Came from, Palgrave Macmillan, Cham 2019, S. 191–208.
  • The politics of compassion. In Peter Browne (Hg.), Inside Story: The First Ten Years, Grattan Street Press, Parkville 2018, S. 231–235.
  • Producing knowledge about refugee settlement in Australia. In: Martina Boese/ Vince Marotta (Hg.), Critical Reflections on Migration, ‘Race’ and Multiculturalism: Australia in a Global Context, Routledge, London 2017, S. 106–121 (zus. mit Sandra M. Gifford).
  • Introduction: beyond the legalist paradigm. In: Klaus Neumann/Janna Thompson (Hg.), Historical Justice and Memory, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison 2015, S. 3–24 (zus. mit Janna Thompson).
  • History, memory, justice. In: Prasenjit Duara/Viren Murthy/Andrew Sartori (Hg.), A Companion to Global Historical Thought, Wiley Blackwell, Hoboken 2014, S. 466–481.
  • Internment camps and migration. In: Immanuel Neiss (Hg.), The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, vol. IV, Wiley Blackwell, Hoboken 2013, S. 1157–1161.
  • Introduction. In: Klaus Neumann/Gwenda Tavan (Hg.), Does History Matter? Making and Debating Citizenship, Immigration and Refugee Policy in Australia and New Zealand, ANU E Press, Canberra 2009, S. 1–7 (zus. mit Gwenda Tavan).
  • Oblivious to the obvious? Australian asylum seeker policies and the use of the past In: Klaus Neumann/Gwenda Tavan (Hg.), Does History Matter? Making and Debating Citizenship, Immigration and Refugee Policy in Australia and New Zealand, ANU E Press, Canberra 2009, S. 47–64.
  • Afterword. In: Klaus Neumann/Gwenda Tavan (Hg.), Does History Matter? Making and Debating Citizenship, Immigration and Refugee Policy in Australia and New Zealand, ANU E Press, Canberra 2009, S. 145–150.
  • Lange Wege der Trauer: Die Zerstörung Halberstadts am 8. April 1945. In: Jörg Arnold/Dietmar Süß/Malte Thießen (Hg.), Luftkrieg: Erinnerungen in Deutschland und Europa, Wallstein, Göttingen 2009, S. 203–220.
  • Victims of ‘unnecessary hardship and mental torture’: Walter Stolting, Wolf Klaphake, and other incompatibles in wartime Australia. In: Matthew Trinca u. a. (Hg.), War and Citizenship in Australia, National Museum of Australia, Canberra 2008, S. 93–111.
  • Been there, done that. In: Dean Lusher/Nick Haslam (Hg.), Yearning to Breathe Free: Seeking Asylum in Australia, Federation Press, Annandale 2007, S. 21–34.
  • Guarding the floodgates: the removal of non-Europeans 1945–49. In: Martin Crotty/David Roberts (Hg.), The Great Mistakes of Australian History, UNSW Press, Sydney 2006, S. 186–202.
  • Mahnmale. In: Etienne François/Hagen Schulze (Hg.), Deutsche Erinnerungsorte, Band 1, Beck, München 2001, S. 622–637.
  • ‘In Order to Win Their Friendship’: Renegotiating First Contact. In: David Hanlon/ Geoffrey M. White (Hg.), Voyaging Through the Contemporary Pacific, Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham 2001, S. 171–204.
  • Starting from Trash. In: Robert Borofsky (Hg.), Remembrance of Pacific Pasts: An Invitation to Remake Histories, University of Hawai’i Press, Honolulu 2000, S. 62–77.
  • Fürstenberg and Its Concentration Camp Memorial. In: Peter Monteath/Fredric S. Zuckerman (Hg.), Modern Europe: Histories and Identities, Australian Humanities Press, Adelaide 1998, S. 229–242.
  • Hubert Fichte und experimentelle Ethnographie, oder: Auch in Amerika sind die Möglichkeiten universitärer Anthropologie nicht unbegrenzt. In: Hartmut Böhme/ Nikolaus Tiling (Hg.), Medium und Maske: Die Literatur Hubert Fichtes zwischen den Kulturen, M & P Verlag für Wissenschaft und Forschung, Stuttgart 1995, S. 213–243.

Weitere Veröffentlichungen

  • Ever-present possibilities and the status quo. In: Australian Policy and History vom 18. Juni 2020. [online]
  • Tipping points. In: Inside Story vom 12. Mai 2020. [online]
  • Is illiberalism the force of the future? In: Inside Story vom 20. April 2020. [online]
  • That other virus. In: Inside Story vom 17. März 2020. [online]
  • In Defence of Europe. In: Inside Story vom 13. März 2020. [online]
  • Anatomy of a broken taboo. In: Inside Story vom 19. Februar 2020. [online]
  • How Australia's love affair with coal looks from afar, and why it matters. In: Inside Story vom 4. Februar 2020. [online]
  • The significance of 1 September. In: Inside Story vom 2. September 2019. [online]
  • The remarkable deeds of Captain Rackete. In: Inside Story vom 12. Juli 2019. [online]
  • The rise and fall of German angst. In: Inside Story vom 16. April 2019. [online]
  • Grounds for hope: Rights or compassion? Different trajectories for refugee advocacy. In: Arena Magazine, 157 (2018), S. 15–19.
  • Looking for Magda: An Australian story. In: Griffith Review, 61 (2018). [online]
  • Waving, but also drowning. In: Inside Story vom 24. Juli 2018. [online] 
  • ’I am German when we win, but I am an immigrant when we lose’. In: Inside Story vom 12. August 2018. [online]
  • Kommentar zu “Asylum as a form of life: The politics and experience of indeterminacy in South Africa” von Didier Fassin, Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon and Aurelia Segatti. In: Current Anthropology, 58 (2017) 2, S. 180–181.
  • The Germany of 2017. In: Inside Story vom 22. Dezember 2017. [online]
  • In the spirit of international solidarity. In: Inside Story vom 13. Dezember 2017. [online] 
            Wiederabdruck unter dem Titel „Territorial asylum: in the spirit of         international solidarity”. In: Australian Outlook vom 14. Dezember 2017.         [online]
  • It’s hard to put a lid on the world. In: Inside Story vom 20. Dezember 2017 (zus. mit Karina Horsti). [online]
  • ‘Abject failure’: Australia’s response to refugees. In: Australian Book Review, (2017) 396, S. 18–19.
  • The stamina of Angela Merkel. In: Inside Story vom 12. September 2017. [online]
  • Finding refuge: when secure borders are not the answer. In: Public Seminar vom 30. Mai 2017 (zus. mit Anne McNevin). [online]
  • Up against Angela Merkel, a Social Democracts wants to talk about refugees. In: Inside Story vom 25. Juli 2017. [online]
  • For a rights-based response to asylum seekers. In: The Monthly vom 28. April 2017 (zus. mit Anne McNevin, Antje Missbach, Damir Mitric und Savitri Taylor). [online] 
  • The globalisation of indifference. In: Inside Story vom 24. April 2017. [online]
            Ebenso veröffentlicht in: Social Policy Connections vom 29. April 2017. [online]
  • Injustices and the art of realpolitik. In: Refugee Research Blog vom 27. März 2017.
            Wiederabdruck in: The Monthly vom 10. April 2017. [online] 
            Wiederabdruck in: Arena Magazine, (2017) 147. 
  • Denmark’s unfinished business. In: Contemporary Histories Blog vom 31. März 2017. [online]
  • Who are we keeping out? In: Australian Book Review, (2017) 388, S. 8–10.
  • Strangers to the world. In: Griffith Review, 51 (2016), S. 238–252.
  • The fossil fuel of politics. In: Inside Story vom 23. November 2016. [online]
  • The settlement of refugees in Australia: a bibliography (8th rev. ed.). In: Australian Policy Online vom 15. Juli 2016.
  • Germany: The rise of far right Frauke Petry. In: Australian Outlook vom 27. Dezember 2016. [online]
  • National and state libraries in a multicultural nation: The State Library of Victoria: A report for the Victorian Multicultural Commission. Swinburne University and RMIT University, December 2016 (zus. mit Maša Mikola and Ian McShane).
  • The current refugee crisis: what’s new? In: New Zealand International Review, 41 (2016) 4, S. 10–12.
  • Australische Flüchtlings- und Asylpolitik. In: Länderprofile Migration: Daten – Geschichte – Politik, Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung vom 13. September 2016. [online]
  • Nope, nope, nope: Australia's response to the refugees crises in the Andaman Sea and in the Mediterranean in 2015. In: Middle-East Institute vom 19. April 2016. [online]
  • Germany, one year on. In: Inside Story vom 12. September 2016. [online]
  • Worlds apart. In: Inside Story vom 29. Juli 2016. [online]
  • Angela Merkel’s line in the sand. In: Inside Story vom 9. März 2016. [online]
  • Dealing with Mr Erdogan. In: Inside Story vom 21. März 2016. [online]
  • Rebooting the conversation. In: Multiculturalism in Action: Building a Better Future for all Australians, (Australian Mosaic special edition), 17.–21. Canberra: FECCA (2015).
  • Who is afraid of Pegida. In: Inside Story vom 30. January 2015. [online]
  • Debts and other legacies. In: Inside Story vom 20. April 2015. [online]
  • Boat people and gunships in the Mediterranean. In: Inside Story vom 12. Mai 2015. [online]
  • ‘A striking illustration of how noble compassion can circle the globe’. In: Inside Story vom 12. Juni 2015. [online]
  • ‘Queue jumpers’ and ‘boat people’: the way we talk about refugees began in 1977. In: The Guardian vom 5. Juni 2015. [online]
  • The damage (to Greece, Europe and Germany) and how to undo it. In: Inside Story vom 16. Juli 2015. [online]
  • Fred Rose: communist, scientist, lover, spy. In: Inside Story vom 3. Oktober 2015. [online]
  • Stepping up to the plate. In: Inside Story vom 7. September 2015. [online]
  • Merkel’s high-stakes stand. In: Inside Story vom 19. Oktober 2015. [online]
  • Is Germany able to do this? In: Inside Story vom 29. Oktober 2015. [online]
  • Germany Divided. In: Inside Story vom 27. Oktober 2015. [online]
  • Beyond deterrence: reframing the asylum seeker debate. In: Inside Story vom 13. Oktober 2014 (zus. mit Anne McNevin, Peter Mares, Damir Mitric und Savitri Taylor). [online] 
            Ebenso veröffentlicht in: ABC Drum vom 13. Oktober 2014 und Canberra Times         vom 6. November 2014.
  • ‘Queue jumpers’ and the perils of crossing Sydney Harbour on a Manly ferry. In: Inside Story vom 2. Oktober 2014. [online]
  • A volcano and its people. In: Inside Story vom 19. September 2014. [online]
  • Germany on song. In: Inside Story vom 24. Juli 2014. [online]
  • We are here to stay. In: Inside Story vom 5. November 2013. [online]
  • Two countries, two elections. In: Inside Story vom 16. September 2013. [online]
  • Just hook around Tasmania and pop across the Tasman. In: Inside Story vom 21. Juni 2013. [online]
  • Big brother. In: Inside Story vom 15. Juli 2013. [online]
  • Attentiveness and indifference. In: Inside Story vom 22. Juli 2013. [online]
  • Refugees making history. In: Inside Story vom 9. Dezember 2013. [online]
  • ‘When I forget, I’m well. Remembering, even now, I just go crazy’. In: Inside Story vom 23. Dezember 2013. [online]