Dr Murray Johnson

Honorary Research Senior Fellow

School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Overview

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Queensland
  • PGBA (Hons), The University of Queensland
  • BA, The University of Queensland

Publications

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Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Johnson, Murray (2011). People, place and identity in the Tamar Valley precinct. Pulp friction in Tasmania: A review of the environmental assessment of Gunns' proposed pulp mill. (pp. 1-17) edited by Fred Gale. Launceston, Tas., Australia: Pencil Pine Press.

  • Johnson, Murray (2010). Australian bushrangers: Law, retribution and the public imagination. Crime over time: Temporal perspectives on crime and punishment in Australia. (pp. 3-22) edited by Robyn Lincoln and Shirleene Robinson. Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, U.K.: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

  • Johnson, Murray (2007). Cataract Gorge and hydro-electric power. Health, wealth and tribulation: Launceston's Cataract Gorge. (pp. 215-265) edited by Murray Johnson and Paul A. C. Richards. Launceston, Tasmania: Myola House of Publishing.

  • Johnson, Murray (2007). Indigenous people of the Cataract. Health, wealth and tribulation: Launceston's Cataract Gorge. (pp. 57-68) edited by Paul A. C. Richards and Murray Johnson. South Launceston, Tas., Australia: Myola House of Publishing.

  • Johnson, Murray (2007). Punts to bridges. Health, wealth and tribulation: Launceston's Cataract Gorge. (pp. 223-234) edited by Paul A. C. Richards and Murray Johnson. South Launceston, Tas., Australia: Myola House of Publishing.

  • Johnson, Murray (2007). Tourism and recreationl sights, sound, action. Health, wealth & tribulation : Launceston's Cataract Gorge. (pp. 267-279) edited by Paul A.C. Richards and Murray Johnson. Launceston, Tas: Myola House of Publishing.

  • Johnson, Murray (2006). The 1903 smallpox epidemic at Launceston, Tasmania, and Federal Health: The role of J.S.C. Elkington. Effecting a cure: Aspects of health and medicine in Launceston. (pp. 347-360) edited by Paul A. C. Richards, Barbara Valentine and Tom Dunning. Launceston, Tasmania: Myola House of Publishing.

  • Johnson, Murray (2004). Larrikin "Push", 1902. Radical Brisbane: An unruly history. (pp. 123-127) edited by Raymond Evans and Carole Ferrier. Carlton North, VIC, Australia: Vulgar Press.

  • Johnson, Murray (2002). Whose guilt? What reward?: The loss of the Soverign 1847. Brisbane: Moreton Bay matters. (pp. 11-18) edited by Murray Johnson. Brisbane, Australia: Brisbane History Group.

Journal Article

Conference Publication