Dr Roslynn Haynes

Adjunct Associate Professor
School of the Arts & Media

Contact

+61 2 9385 4856

Publications

    Books

    • Haynes RD, 2017, From Madman to Crime Fighter: The Scientist in Western Culture, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland
    • Haynes RD, 2017, From Madman to Crime Fighter The Scientist in Western Culture, JHU Press
    • Haynes RD, 2013, Desert: Nature and Culture, first, Reaktion Books Ltd, London, http://www.reaktionbooks.co.uk/
    • Haynes RD, 2006, Tasmanian Visions: landscapes in writing, art and photography, First, Polymath Press, Hobart
    • Haynes RD, 2005, Van Diemen`s Land, First, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, School of History & Classics, University of Tasmania, Hobart
    • Haynes RD, 1998, Seeking the centre: The Australian desert in literature, art and film, Original, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
    • Haynes RD;Mcgee RX, 1996, Explorers of the southern sky: a history of Australian astronomy, Original, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
    • Haynes RD, 1994, From Faust to Strangelove: Representations of the Scientist in Western Literature, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London

    Book Chapters

    • Haynes RD, 2016, 'Celluloid scientists: Futures visualised', in Histories of the Future: Studies in Fact, Fantasy and Science Fiction, pp. 34 - 50, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4039-1929-8_4
    • Haynes RD, 2013, 'The Rise and Fall of the mad Scientist in Film', in Schwarz A (ed.), Projeckt Evolution in der Öffentlichkeit, edn. Original, Boehlau Verlag, Vienna, Cologne, Weimar
    • Haynes RD, 2010, 'Uluru', in Harper M; White R (ed.), Symbols of Australia: Uncovering the stories behind the myths, edn. Original, UNSW Press & National Museum of Australia, Sydney, pp. 177 - 183
    • Haynes RD, 2007, 'The Alchemist in Fiction: The Master Narrative', in Schummer J; Bensaude-Vincent B; Tiggelen BV (ed.), The Public Image of Chemistry, edn. Original, World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, pp. 7 - 36
    • Haynes RD, 2006, 'Tasmanian Landscapes in Painting, Poetry and Print', in Memory, Monuments and Museums: The Past in the Present, Melbourne University Press and Australian Academy of the Humanities, Melbourne
    • Haynes RD, 2003, 'The Unholy Alliance of Science in the Island of Doctor Moreau', in Partington JS (ed.), The Wellsian: Selected Essays on H.G. Wells, edn. First, Equilibris, Oss, The Netherlands, pp. 55 - 68
    • Haynes RD, 2003, 'From Habitat to Wilderness: Tasmania`s Role in the Politicising of Place', in Trigger D; Griffiths G (ed.), Disputed Territories: Land, Culture and Identity in Settler Societies, edn. First, Univesity of HK Press, Hong Kong, pp. 81 - 108
    • Haynes RD, 2000, 'Astronomy and the Dreaming: The Astronomy of the Aboriginal Australians', in Astronomy Across Cultures- The History of Non-Western Astronomy, edn. Original, Kluwer Academic Publishers, London, United Kingdom, pp. 53 - 90
    • Haynes RD, 1998, 'Review of `Sex and medicine: Gender, power and authority in the medical profession', in Journal of Australian Studies, edn. Original, University of Queensland Press, Australia, pp. 208 - 209
    • Haynes RD, 1998, '200 years of the Australian desert in literature', in Literature of nature: an international sourcebook, edn. Original, Fitzroy Dearbon Publishers, Chicago, pp. 259 - 263
    • Haynes RD, 1997, 'Astronomy of the Australian Aboriginal People', in Encyclopaedia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures, edn. Original, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. 105 - 108
    • Haynes RD, 1997, 'Science and Literature', in Nineteenth Century Literature, edn. Original, Swets & Zeitlinger, Lisse, NL, pp. 37 recor - 135 recor
    • Haynes RD, 1997, 'Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know. Why do Scientists have such a Bad Press?', in Nurturing Creativity in Research: Ideas as the Foundation of Innovation, edn. Original, Research School of Biological Sciences, ANU, Canberra, pp. 186 - 196
    • Haynes RD, 1996, 'The desert as focus in Australian literature', in Spirit and place: art in Australia 1861 - 1996, edn. Original, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, pp. 88 - 97

    Journal articles

    Conference Papers

    • Haynes RD, 2005, 'Inscribing Culture on the Landscape', in Imagining Nature: Media, Environment and Tourism, Imagining Nature: Media, Environment and Tourism, Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, presented at Imagining Nature: Media, Environment and Tourism, Cradle Mountain, Tasmania, 27 - 29 June 2004
    • Haynes RD, 2000, 'Images of the Desert in Literature, Visual Arts and Film`', in Janet Matthews (ed.), Visions of Future Landscapes, Visions of Future Landscapes, Canberra, pp. 67 - 74, presented at Visions of Future Landscapes, Canberra, 02 - 05 May 1999
    • Haynes RD, 1999, 'Images of the desert in literature, visual arts or film', in Janet Matthews (ed.), Visions of Future Landscapes, Visions of Future Landscapes, Canberra, pp. 57 - 66, presented at Visions of Future Landscapes, Canberra, 02 - 05 May 1999
    • Haynes RD, 1998, 'Some mystical affinity: E.L. Grant Watson and the Australian Desert', in Land and identity, Land and identity, Armidale, NSW, Australia, presented at Land and identity, Armidale, NSW, Australia, 27 - 30 September 1997

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