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1 Voices from the Community : Reimagining the Past James Keating , Julie Kimber , Maggie Nolan , 2017 single work criticism
— Appears in: Journal of Australian Studies , May vol. 41 no. 2 2017; (p. 139-140)

'Many of the articles in this issue of Journal of Australian Studies draw upon oral history and other qualitative methodologies. This process of listening carefully to the stories people tell about their lives is one of the most important ways an interdisciplinary journal such as this contributes to sharing ideas and histories that help us make sense of our worlds. Often these approaches accompany a reimagining of traditional historical practice.' (Introduction)

1 ‘An Utter Absence of National Feeling’ : Australian Women and the International Suffrage Movement, 1900–14 James Keating , 2016 single work criticism
— Appears in: Australian Historical Studies , vol. 47 no. 3 2016; (p. 462-481)

'In February 1902 the Victorian suffragist Vida Goldstein helped establish the International Woman Suffrage Alliance (IWSA) in Washington, D.C. Four months later, the Commonwealth Franchise Act gave white women unprecedented political privileges. Despite these pioneer achievements, Australian women struggled to achieve prominence within the international suffrage movement before the First World War. Discounting traditional explanations that expense and distance kept Australians on the IWSA’s margins, this article reconsiders the concept of national representation – a central tenet of liberal internationalism. In the wake of Federation, deep colonial loyalties persisted and women remained ambivalent about assuming the responsibilities of national and international citizenship.'  (Publication abstract)

1 A Powerful Evocation of an Artistic Friendship : James Keating Reviews ‘Battarbee and Namatjira’ by Martin Edmond James Keating , 2015 single work review
— Appears in: Rochford Street Review , April - June no. 14 2015;

— Review of Battarbee and Namatjira Martin Edmond , 2014 single work biography