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 Clive Moore
Associate Professor
Department of History
University of Queensland

'Rakwane', in Brij V. Lal (ed.), Pacific Places, Histories: Essays in Honour of Robert C. Kiste, Honolulu, University of Hawai'i Press, pp 242-266.

New Guinea: Crossing Boundaries and History, Honolulu, University of Hawai'i Press, 2003, xiv, 261 pp.

'Santo, Peter (1865?-1966), Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol. 16: 1940-1980, p 177.

Sunshine and Rainbows: The Development of Gay and Lesbian Culture in Queensland, St Lucia (Qld), University of Queensland Press,2001, xiv, 255 pp.

'Solomon Islands History: Writing With and About Malaitans at Home and Abroad', in Brij V Lal and Peter Hempenstall (eds), Pacific Lives, Pacific Places: Changing Boundaries in Pacific History, Canberra, The Journal of Pacific History, Australian National University, pp 117-130.

'The South Sea Islanders of Mackay, Queensland, Australia', in Judith M. Fitzpatrick (ed.), Endangered Peoples of Oceania: Struggles to Survive and Thrive, Westport (Conn.): Greenwood Press pp 167-181.

'Race Relations', in Graeme Davison, John Hurst and Stuart Macintyre (eds), The Oxford Companion to Australian History, revised edition, Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 2001, pp 545-546.

'South Sea Islanders in Australia after 1906', in James Jupp (ed.), The Australian People: An Encyclopedia of the Nation, Its People and their Origins, revised edition, Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 2001, pp 612-613.

'Coming Out, Ready or Not: Gay Liberation Politics in Queensland, 1970s-1980s', in David L. Phillips and Graham Willett (eds), Australia's Homosexual Histories: Gay and Lesbian Perspectives V, Sydney/Melbourne: Australian Centre for Lesbian and Gay Research, and the Australasian Lesbian and Gay Archives, 2000, pp 85-97.

'Refocusing Indigenous Trade and Power: The Dynamics of Early Foreign Contact and Trade in Torres Strait, Cape York and Southeast New Guinea in the Nineteenth Century', Royal Historical Society of Queensland Journal, Vol. 18, No. 7, 2000, pp 289-302.

'"Good-bye, Queensland, good-bye, White Australia; Good-bye Christians": Australia's South Sea Islander Community and Deportation, 1901-1908', The New Federalist, No. 4, December 2000, pp 22-29.

Journal of Popular Culture, Special Australian Issue (edited with Raymond Evans), Vol. 33, No. 1, 1999, 205 pp.

Australian Masculinities: Men and their Histories, Journal of Australian Studies, Special Issue, No. 56 (edited with Kay Saunders), 1998, 196 pp.

A Papua New Guinea Political Chronicle, 1967-1991 (editor with Mary Kooyman), Bathurst, Crawford House Publishing, 1997, xxxiv, 610 pp.

1901: Our Future's Past (co-author with Raymond Evans, Kay Saunders and Bryan Jamison), Sydney, Pan Macmillan, 1997, 293 pp.

Labour in the South Pacific (co-editor with Jacqui Leckie and Doug Munro), Townsville, Department of History and Politics, and the Melanesian Studies Centre, James Cook University, 1990, li, 335 pp.

Kanaka: A History of Melanesian Mackay, Port Moresby, Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies and the University of Papua New Guinea Press, 1985, xxv, 420 pp.

The Forgotten People: A History of the Australian South Sea Island Community, (editor), Sydney, Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1979, 91 pp.

'Melanesians in North Queensland: The Retention of Indigenous Religious and Magical Practices' (co-authored with Patricia M. Mercer), Journal of Pacific History, Vol. 11, No. 1-2, 1976, pp. 66-88.
Significant Contributions to Research
My research and writing covers two areas: the Pacific and Australian social history, particularly studies if masculinity, sexuality and social history. During the 1990s I wrote extensively on Queensland gay history and masculinity. My major studies were Sunshine and Rainbows: the development of gay and lesbian culture in Queensland (2001) and New Guinea: crossing boundaries and history (2003). I also wrote on Federation and Australian South Sea Islanders. My gay and masculinity studies have been significant in advancing this field in Australia, and particularly in Queensland. My continuing research on Australian South Sea Islanders is a project of more than 25 years standing which deals with a major disadvantaged Australian ethnic group.

I am on the board of the Journal of Pacific History.
Research supervision
I supervise postgraduate students on Australian regional history (Toowoomba and Maroochydore) , tourism, history of ethnic groups (Lebanese/Syrian), military history, and gay history.
Teaching Programs
I teach a major first year course in colonial Australian history.

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