Publications

 

Links to research and writings by Bronwyn Hanna, available online:

  • State Heritage Register listing entries (written as part of the collaborative effort of the NSW Heritage Office and NSW Heritage Council) for:
    • Sydney Opera House
    • ANZAC Memorial Hyde Park (1930s Art Deco monument)
    • Currawong Workers' Holiday Camp, Pittwater (mid 20th century worker's holiday camp)
    • Brewarrina Fish Traps / Baiame's Ngunnhu (traditional indigenous stone fish traps in the Barwon River)
    • Baiame Cave (indigenous cave painting near Singleton)
    • Women's College, University of Sydney (first women's college in Australia)
    • Lyons House Caringbah (modernist house designed by Robin Boyd)
    • Simpson Lee House, Wahroonga (modernist house designed by Arthur Baldwinson)
    • Redstone, Telopea (modernist house designed by Walter Burley Griffin)
    • Baronda, Mimosa Rocks National Park (modernisty holiday housse designed by Graeme Gunn for David Yencken)
    • Cossington, Turramurra (home of the artist Grace Cossington)Cox's Cottage, Mulgoa (curtilage extension for the oldest inhabited dwelling in Australia)
    • Cootamundra Aircraft Fuel Deposit (World War II industrial site)
    • Ela Alamein Fountain, Kings Cross (modernist fountain and war memorial)
    • Holy Trinity Church, Kelso (oldest church west of the Blue Mountains)
    • Portland Cement Works Site, Portland
    • Tarpeian Way, Bennelong Point (cliff overlooking Sydney Opera House)
    • Broken Hill Mosque
    • Australian Catholic University, Strathfield
  •  “Innovation in conservation, a timeline history of Australia ICOMOS and the Burra Charter,” report commissioned by Australia ICOMOS. An abbreviated and abridged version of the research was published by Australia ICOMOS in 2016 as “Collaboration for conservation,” online at: VIEW HERE
  • "James Semple Kerr, conservationist" (Obituary in Australiana magazine, February 2015, pp32-35, reprinted from Engineering Heritage Australia Quarterly Magazine, December 2014). Online at:  VIEW HERE
  • “Foundations of an oral history project: the writing of the Burra Charter” (in Historic Environment, Vol. 28, No. 2, 2015). Online at: VIEW HERE
  • “Developing the 1970s notion of ‘significance’ in the Burra Charter,” powerpoint presentation to “in(significance) a discussion about values and valuing in heritage”, seminar the University of Canberra, 15 May 2015. Online at: VIEW HERE
  • Oral history interviews with 23 pioneering heritage practitioners in Australia and New Zealand for the National Library of Australia. Where authorised, these interviews may be heard online at: VIEW HERE 
    • David Yencken
    • John Mulvaney
    • Meredith Walker
    • Miles Lewis
    • Clive Lucas
    • Jane Lennon
    • Peter Marquis-Kyle
    • Richard Allom
    • David Young
    • Elizabeth Vines
    • Sharon Sullivan
    • Robert Irving
    • Max Bourke
    • Peter James  
  • “Lessons of Defence Housing Australia for Affordable Housing Provision,” AHURI Final Report no.153, October 2010. Co-authored with Peter Phibbs. Online at: VIEW HERE
  • “Measuring the Economic and Cultural Values of Historic Heritage Places,” Environmental Economics Research Hub Research Report No. 85 by David Throsby, Vinita Deodhar, Bronwyn Hanna, Bronwyn Jewell, Zena O’Connor, Anita Zednik, November 2010. Online at: VIEW HERE
  • Short biographical entries for the Dictionary of Sydney about women architects who practised in NSW: Eva Buhrich, Eleanor Cullis-Hill, Rosette Edmunds, Marion Mahony Griffin, Ellice Nosworthy and Florence Taylor. Online at: VIEW HERE
  • World Heritage Nomination for the Sydney Opera House (collaborative input as Project Manager for the NSW Heritage Office). Online at: VIEW HERE
  • “Australia’s early women architects: milestones and achievements” (in Fabrications Vol. 12, No.1, 2002). Online at: VIEW HERE
  • "Re-gendering the landscape in New South Wales" (online report for the NSW Government NPWS, Sydney, 2003). Online at: VIEW HERE
  • “Navigating the sea of diversity, multicultural place making in Sydney” with Susan Stewart, Susan Thompson, Maryam Gusheh, Helen Armstrong and Deborah van der Plaatat, online at: VIEW HERE
  • “Absence and Presence, A Historiography of Women Architects in NSW 1900-1960”, PhD, University of NSW. Available online through: VIEW HERE
  • “Ellice Nosworthy (1897-1972)” (in the Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol. 15, Melbourne University  Press) online at: VIEW HERE
  • “Three feminist analyses of the built environment” (in Architecture Theory Review No.1, 1996). Online at:  VIEW HERE
  • "The end of Florence Taylor's career as an architect" Insite 1, March 1999. Journal of the Postgraduate Virtual Office of the Faculty of the Built Environment, UNSW, online at:  VIEW HERE
  • “Community art as feminist challenge, Vivienne Binns” Artlink Vol.10 No.3, September 1990, online at: VIEW HERE

 

Other writings not currently available online (please contact us if you would like a copy):

  • “’Ridgewalk’ A History of Culture, Artists and Creativity in the Dandenong Ranges,” unpublished report commissioned by the Yarra Ranged Council, 2017.
  • Short biographical entries for Philip Goad and Julie Willis (eds) The Encyclopaedia of Australian Architecture, Cambridge University Press, Port Philip, about:  Winsome Hall Andrew, Eva Buhrich, Eleanor Cullis-Hill, Rosette Edmunds, Beverley Garlick, Clement Glancey, Joan Kerr, Anita Lawrence, Ellice Nosworthy, Heather Sutherland, Florence Taylor.
  • “Review of David Van Zanten (ed.) Marion Mahony Revisited” Architecture Bulletin, Sep-Oct 2012.
  • Bronwyn Hanna and Olwen Beazley “Thoughts towards Developing a State Government Policy Framework Rural Heritage: A Discussion Paper,”  paper presented to ICOMOS Australia annual conference in Broken Hill, April 2010 (published in the conference proceedings).
  • Bronwyn Hanna “Rosette Edmunds (architect, author and town planner) – prominent and respected in her own time – ignored by history” refereed paper presented to the annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, 2008, Geelong (published in the conference proceedings).
  • Bronwyn Hanna and Robert Freestone “Florence and Marion: friendship and enmity between Australia’s pioneering women architects,” refereed paper presented to the annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, 2007 (published in the proceedings).
  • “A masterpiece of human creative genius” (with Patricia Hale in A. Watson (ed) Building a Masterpiece: the Sydney Opera House, Powerhouse Publishing, Sydney, 2006)
  • “'Stocktake' of NSW as a Potential 'Knowledge Hub'“(2003) by AEGIS (J. Marceau, C.Martinez, B.Hanna, K.Davidson, B.Wixted) Report commissioned by the Office of Western Sydney.
  • “The local politics of difference” in S. K. Phillips (ed) Everyday Diversity, Australian Multiculturalism in Practice, Common Ground Publishing, Altona (Victoria), 2001. Co-written with Kevin Dunn and Susan Thompson.
  • “The local politics of difference: an examination of inter-communal relations policy in Australian local government” (2001) Environment and Planning A 33:1577-1595. Co-written with Susan Thompson and Kevin Dunn.
  • “An interpretative biography of Winsome Hall Andrew (1905-1997)” (2001) Architectural Theory Review 6(1):90-102.
  • “Governance, multiculturalism and citizenship” (2001) Progress in Planning 55:173-184. Co-written with David Edgington, Tom Hutton and Susan Thompson.
  • “Multicultural policy within local government in Australia” (2001) Urban Studies, 38(13), December:2477-2494. Co-written with Susan Thompson and Kevin Dunn.
  • Obituaries for women architects:  Judith Macintosh in Architecture Bulletin no.32, May-June 2010, p32; Eleanor Cullis-Hill in Architecture Bulletin, June/July, 2002, p11; Eve Laron in Architecture Bulletin, October/ November, 2001, p17.
  • “Monuments and Memorials” (in T. Howells (ed) The World's Greatest Buildings: Masterpieces of Architecture and Engineering San Francisco, TimeLife Books, 2000, pp216-245. ISBN: 0737000821)
  • “Questioning the absence of women architects in Australian architectural history” (2000) in David Kernohan et. al. (eds) Formulation Fabrication, the proceedings of the seventeenth annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand, 13-16 November 2000, Wellington NZ:239-250.
  • “Three feminist analyses of the built environment” (1996) Architecture Theory Review No.1. This essay was re-published (in English) in the Belgrade based journal, Zbornik, No. 6 2010, Journal of the Modern Art History Department, University of Belgrade.
  • “Florence Taylor” (1995) Catalogue entry (biographical details and image analysis) in Joan Kerr (ed) Heritage: The National Women's Art Book Sydney, Art in Australia in conjunction with Craftsman House.
  • Snapshots of Sydney: Marrickville Locality Study (with Peter Murphy and Sophie Watson) (1995) Sydney, Department of Urban and Regional Planning University of Sydney. Also in the same series, studies of Waverley, Fairfield, Baulkham Hills and the Blue Mountains.
  • “Florence Taylor's Hats” (1994) Architecture Bulletin, October. Also published in (1994) Constructive Times 1994.
  • “Green Valley: Sameness and difference in suburbia” (1991) West 3(1): 6-13.
  • “The Subversive Stitch” (1987) Transition 20: 26-30.