Professor Suzanne Rutland

PhD, MA (Hons), BA (Hons), University of Sydney, Dip Ed, Sydney Teachers College, OAM (Medal of the Order of Australia).

A18 - Brennan MacCallum Building
The University of Sydney


Biographical details

Sydney born, Suzanne Rutland is Professor in the department of Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Sydney. Her major history of Australian Jewry, Edge of the Diaspora: Two Centuries of Jewish Settlement in Australia, was first published in 1988 and has had two subsequent editions (Collins, 1988; Brandl and Schlesinger, 1997, Holmes and Meier, New York, 2001) and her latest publication is The Jews in Australia published in 2005 by Cambridge University Press. She has held numerous leadership positions, including being a past president of the Australian Jewish Historical Society. She has been a convenor of the Australian Association of Jewish Studies on a number of occasions.

Professor Rutland was awarded an OAM (Medal of the Order of Australia) for service to Jewish education and history through a range of higher education development roles and as an author and academic, and to the promotion of interfaith relations. In 2011 Professor Rutland was listed as one of the 50 most influential Jews in Australia.

Research interests

  • Research into Jewish education in Australia, funded by the Pratt Foundation;
  • Judaism and Islam in Australia;
  • Australia and the Struggle for Soviet Jewry;
  • Jews from the Former Soviet Union in Australia;
  • Australia, the Holocaust and its aftermath.

Teaching and supervision

Teaching:

  • Jewish Civilisation, Thought and Culture;
  • The Australian Jewish experience;
  • Evolution of Judaism in the New World.

Supervision:

  • Supervising theses in Australian Jewry, the Holocaust, Jewish education in Australia, and Polish Jewry.

Current projects

  • Research into Jewish education in Australia;
  • Australian Jewry and Israel;
  • Australian Jewry and the Asia-Pacific region;
  • Judaism and Islam in Australia;
  • ‘Let My People Go: Australia and the Struggle for Soviet Jewry’;
  • Holocaust Memory.

Associations

Within the Jewish community Professor Rutland has served as:

  • Chair of the National Advisory Committee on Jewish Education for Australia, for the World Zionist Organisation, from 1995 - 1999;
  • Member of the Education Sub-Committee, New South Wales Jewish Board of Deputies;
  • Honorary Secretary and Academic Chair of the Joint Committee for Jewish Higher Education;
  • Past member of the Jewish Communal Appeal (JCA) Board of Governors;
  • Trustee and Council Member, Mandelbaum College;
  • Academic Advisory Florence, Melton Adult Mini-School, University of Sydney;
  • Advisory Committee, the Gandel Holocaust Studies Program for Australian Educators, Yadvashem Holocaust Institute, Jerusalem.

Awards and honours

  • OAM (Medal of the Order of Australia)

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2012

  • The Holocaust and Legacies of Race in the Postcolonial World, 1945 to the present; Rutland S, Alba A, Gilbert S, Jordan J, Kushner T, Shain M; DVC International/IPDF Grant.

2009

  • Study of Jewish day schools in Australia; Rutland S; Pratt Foundation/Research Support.

2004

  • 2004-Linkage - The political sociology of the Australian Jewish community; Wang D, Rutland S; Executive Council of Australian Jewry (ECAJ)/Project Support.
  • The political sociology of the Australian Jewish community; Rutland S, Encel S; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Rutland, S. (2007). Triumph of the Jewish Spirit: 40 Years of the Jewish Communal Appeal. Sydney: NSW Jewish Communal Appeal.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). The Jews in Australia. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). If You Will It, It Is No Dream: The Moriah Story 1943-2003. Caringbah, NSW: Playright Publishing Pty Ltd.
  • Rutland, S. (2001). Jewish Life Down Under: The Flowering of Australian Jewry. Jerusalem: Institute of the World Jewish Congress.

Edited Books

  • Rutland, S., Mann, L., Price, M. (2010). Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010. Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.

Book Chapters

  • Rutland, S. (2014). Israel and Australia: A Medium Power ‘Punching Above its Weight’. In Colin Shindler (Eds.), Israel and the World Powers: Diplomatic Alliances and International Relations Beyond the Middle East. London: I.B. Tauris.
  • Rutland, S. (2011). Eliyahu Honig: A Man of Integrity and Dedication. In Alan Crown and Raymond Apple (Eds.), Matnat Eliyahu: essays for Eliyahu Honig, (pp. 5-28). Sydney: Mandelbaum Publishing.
  • Rutland, S. (2011). Jews and Muslims "Downunder": Emerging Dialogue and Challenges. In Michael M. Laskier and Yaacov Lev (Eds.), The Divergence of Judaism and Islam: Interdependence, Modernity, and Political Turmoil, (pp. 97-121). Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida.
  • Mann, L., Rutland, S. (2010). In retrospect: a matter of survival. In Suzanne D. Rutland, Leon Mann and Margaret Price (Eds.), Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010, (pp. 102-106). Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.
  • Rutland, S. (2010). Jewish settlers in Australian country towns. In Suzanne D. Rutland, Leon Mann and Margaret Price (Eds.), Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010, (pp. 3-21). Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.
  • Rutland, S. (2010). Nazis unwelcome! The Jewish community and the 1950s German migrations scheme. In Emily Turner-Graham, Christine Winter (Eds.), National socialism in Oceania: a critical evaluation of its effect and aftermath, (pp. 219-233). Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Mannix, K., Rutland, S. (2010). Pulses of migration. In Suzanne D. Rutland, Leon Mann and Margaret Price (Eds.), Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010, (pp. 22-46). Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.
  • Rutland, S., Mann, L. (2010). Stories and recollection: an introduction. In Suzanne D. Rutland, Leon Mann and Margaret Price (Eds.), Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010, (pp. 109-113). Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.
  • Rutland, S. (2009). Leadership of accommodation or protest?: Nahum Goldmann and the struggle for Soviet Jewry. In Raider, Mark A (Eds.), Nahum Goldmann: statesman without a state, (pp. 273-296). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
  • Encel, S., Rutland, S. (2008). Australian Jewry, its Relations with China and the First Steps in Jewish Studies. In Ehrlich, M. Avrum (Eds.), The Jewish-Chinese Nexsus: A meeting of Civilisations, (pp. 135-151). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Kwiet, K., Rutland, S. (2008). Australien = Australian. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Handbuch des Antisemitismus: Judenfeindschaft in Geschichte und Gegenwart: band 1: Lander und regionen = Handbook of Antisemitism: Jew hatred past and present: volume 1: Countries and regions, (pp. 36-42). Munich: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). Jewish Education in Australia. In Goodman, Roberta Louis; Flexner, Paul A.; Bloomberg, Linda Dale (Eds.), What We Now Know About Jewish Education, (pp. 441-447). Los Angeles, California, USA: Torah Aura Productions.
  • Rutland, S. (2007). Identity With Israel from Afar: The Australian Story. In Ben-Moshe, Danny; Segev, Zohar (Eds.), Israel, the Diaspora and Jewish Identity, (pp. 254-267). Brighton and Portland: Sussex Academic Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Chp 2: Negotiating religious dialogue: A response to the recent increase of anti-semitism in Australia. In Elizabeth Burns Coleman and Kevin White (Eds.), Negotiating the Sacred: Basphemy and Sacrilege in a Multicultural Society, (pp. 17-30). Canberra: ANU E Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Why Does Australian Jewish History Matter? In Michael Fagenblat, Melanie Landau, Nathan Wolski (Eds.), New Under the Sun: Jewish Australians on Religion, Politics & Culture, (pp. 293-302). Melbourne, Victoria: Black Inc.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Creating Intellectual and Cultural Challenges: The Bridge. In Dacy, M; Dowling J; Faigan S (Eds.), Feasts and Fasts A Festschrift in Honour of Alan David Crown, (pp. 323-347). Sydney: Mandelbaum Publishing.
  • Rutland, S. (2004). Who Speaks For Australian Jewry? In Levey, G.B. and Mendes, P. (Eds.), Jews and Australian Politics, (pp. 29-43). Brighton: Sussex Academic Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). 'The heart-throb rabbi': Rabbi Lubofsky and Sydney Jewry. In Andrew Strum (Eds.), Eshkolot: Essays in the Memory of Rabbi Ronald Lubofsky, (pp. 15-31). Melbourne, Australia: Hybrid.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Intermeshing Archival and Oral Sources: Unraveling the Story of Jewish Survivor Immigration to Australia. In A. James Hammerton and Eric Richards (Eds.), Speaking to Immigrants: Visible Immigrants Six, (pp. 129-148). Australia: Australian National University - Research School of Social Sciences.
  • Rutland, S. (2001). A Reassessment of the Dutch Record During the Holocaust. In John Roth & Elizabeth Maxwell (Eds.), Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocides, (pp. 527-542). United States: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journals

  • Rutland, S. (2014). Australia and the Struggle for Soviet Jewry: 1961-1972. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 60(2), 194-213. [More Information]
  • Gross, Z., Rutland, S. (2014). Combatting antisemitism in the school playground: an Australian case study. Patterns of Prejudice, 48(3), 309-330. [More Information]
  • Rutland, S. (2014). Debates and Conflicts: Australian Jewry, the Claims Conference and Restitution, 1945–1965. Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust. [More Information]
  • Gross, Z., Rutland, S. (2014). Intergenerational Challenges in Australian Jewish School Education. Religious Education, 109(2), 143-161. [More Information]
  • Gross, Z., Rutland, S. (2014). The Chicken and the Egg: Connections between Hebrew Language Teaching, Curriculum and Identity in Jewish Day Schools in Australia. Curriculum and Teaching, 29(1), 53-70.
  • Rutland, S. (2013). Research in Transnational Archives: The Forgotten Story of the 'Australian Immigration Project'. Holocaust Studies: a journal of culture and history, 19(3), 105-130.
  • Rutland, S. (2012). Book Review Sarona. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, XX(4), 627-628.
  • Rutland, S., Benjamin, E. (2012). Book review: My Mother's Spice Kitchen. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, XX(June), 624-626.
  • Rutland, S. (2012). Whitlam's Shifts in Foreign Policy 1972-1975: Israel and Soviet Jewry. Australian Journal of Jewish Studies, 26, 36-69.
  • Rutland, S. (2011). Jews from the Former Soviet Union in Australia: Assimilating or Maintaining Jewish Identities? Journal of Jewish Identities, 4(1), 65-86.
  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2010). Australian multiculturalism: immigration, race, and religion. Antisemitism International: an annual research journal, 2010 (5-6 Special Issue), 66-84.
  • Rutland, S. (2010). Creating effective Holocaust education programmes for government schools with large Muslim populations in Sydney. Prospects: quarterly review of comparative education, 40(1), 75-91.
  • Rutland, S. (2010). Resettling the Survivors of the Holocaust in Australia. Holocaust Studies: a journal of culture and history, 16(3), 33-56.
  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2009). No room at the inn: American responses to Australian immigration policies, 1946-54. Patterns of Prejudice, 43(5), 497-518.
  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2009). Smaller Jewish Communities in Australia. The Jewish Journal of Sociology, 51(1/2), 5-33.
  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2009). Three "Rich Uncles in America": The Australian Immigration Project and American Jewry. American Jewish History, 95(1), 79-115. [More Information]
  • Rutland, S. (2008). Postwar Jewish Migration and Sydney's Cityscape. Aesthetics (was Literature & Aesthetics), 18(2), 138-155.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). Review of "This crazy thing a life: Australian Jewish autobiography" by Richard Freadman. Biography (Honolulu), 31(3), 489-491.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). The Jews in Sydney. Sydney Journal, 1(3), 83-90.
  • Rutland, S. (2007). In the Shadow of the Holocaust: The Development of Moriah College, Sydney. Holocaust Studies: a journal of culture and history, 13(2-3), 35-58.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Gender, Place and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience: Re-Placing ourselves (Review). Women's History Review, 15(2), 353-354.
  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2006). Major issues facing the Jewish community: women's perceptions. Australian Journal of Jewish Studies, 20, 169-198.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). The Unwanted: Pre & Post World War II Migration to Australia. Yalkut moreshet: holocaust documentation and research, Winter 2006(4), 9-27.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). These are the names : Jewish lives in Australia, 1788-1850 (Review). Sydney Morning Herald, 30th Dec 2006.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). "Buying out of the Matter": Australia's Role in Restitution for Templer Property in Israel. The Journal of Israeli History: studies in Zionism, 24(1), 135-154. [More Information]
  • Rutland, S. (2004). 1948 And The Creation Of The State Of Israel: A Watershed Period For Australian Zionism. Australian Journal of Jewish Studies, XVIII, 97-124.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). An Antipodean Scholar: Rabbi Dr Harry Freedman. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, 16(4), 570-583.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). Imagining the Unimaginable: Holocaust Memory in Art and Architecture - Five Lectures (Book Review). Journal of Jewish Studies, 54(2), 358-361.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). Postwar Anti-Jewish Refugee Hysteria: A Case of Racial or Religious Bigotry? Journal of Australian Studies, 77, 69-79.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Book review of "The Voyage of Their Life: The Story of the SS Derna and its Passengers" by Diane Armstrong. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, , 275-277.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Jewish Women and Adult Jewish Education: The Australian Experience. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, 10(1), 258-272.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Perspectives from the Australian Jewish Community. Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, 11, 87-102.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Postwar Jewish "Boat People" and Parallels with the Tampa Incident. Australian Journal of Jewish Studies, 16, 159-176.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Subtle Exclusions: Postwar Jewish Emigration to Australia and the Impact of the IRO Scheme. Holocaust Studies: a journal of culture and history, 10(1), 50-66.

Conferences

  • Rutland, S. (2013). The Asia-Pacific Region and Australian Jewry. The International Conference of Judaism in Asia since the Founding of the State of Israel, Bonn: Bonn University Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2009). Seeking "Treasure Island": Manpower and Arms from Australia and the South Pacific to Israel, 1948-1950. 14th World Congress of Jewish Studies 2005, Israel: World Union of Jewish Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). Sanctuary for whom? Jewish victims and Nazi perpetrators in post-war Australian migrant camps. Beyond camps and forced labour - 60 years on, Osnabruck, Germany: Secolo.
  • Rutland, S. (2007). Developing Jewish Day School Education at the Edge of the Diaspora: Moria College a Case Study. Conference on Innovation and Change in Jewish Education (2007), Isreal: The Jamie and Joan Constantiner School of Education, Tel Aviv University.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Antisemitism, Multiculturalism and Ethnic Identity. Vidal Sassoon Center for Research in Antisemitism, Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, S.H. Bergman Centre for Philosophical Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). God’s Country and the Unsung Hero: the Australian Immigration Project and American Jewry. Presentation to the Board of the American Joint Distribution Committee, New York: American Joint Distribution Committee.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Let my people go: Australian Jewry’s campaign for Soviet Jewry. European Association for Jewish Studies Conference, Australia: Australian Association of Jewish Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Nazis Unwelcome! The Australian Jewish community and the German Migration Scheme. National Socialism in Australasia: A critical evaluation of its effect in Australasia and its aftermath, University of Queensland: University of Queensland Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Racism in Australia: different streams, different responses. New Racisms: New Anti-Racisms, University of Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Sanctuary for whom? Jewish victims and Nazi perpetrators in post-war Australian migrant camps. First International Multidisciplinary Conference at the Imperial War Museum, Osanbruck: Secolo.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). What are the perceptions of the major issues facing the community and Jewish women in Australia today? 18th Annual conference, Australian Association for Jewish Studies, Melbourne: Australian Association of Jewish Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). "The Unwanted" : The Story of Survivor Jewish Migration To Australia, 1945-1954. First International Multidisciplinary Conference at the Imperial War Museum, Osanbruck: Secolo.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Australian Jewry and China, International Symposium of Inter-Religious Dialogue: Confucianism, Judaism and Christianity. International Symposium of Inter-Religious Dialogue, University of Shandong, Jinan, PR China.: University of Shandong Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Developing Jewish day school Education at the 'Edge of the Diaspora'. Australasian Jewish Studies Forum, Sydney: Mandelbaum Publishing.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Iraq: A Zionist War. International Conference on Antisemitism, Monash University, Melbourne: Monash University Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Seeking the 'Treasure Island': Manpower and Arms from Australia and the South Pacific. World Congress of Jewish Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, S.H. Bergman Centre for Philosophical Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2004). 1948 and the Creation of the State of Israel: a watershed period for Australian Zionism. 16th Annual Australian Association of Jewish Studies (AAJS) Conference, Not known.
  • Rutland, S. (2004). Dreams and Nightmares: postwar Jewish migration to Australia. Australian Historical Association Conference, AUS: Australian Historical Association Conference.
  • Rutland, S. (2004). Negotiating religious dialogue: A response to the recent increase of antisemitism in Australia. Negotiating for the Sacred.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). In the Shadow of the Holocaust: the development of Moriah College, Sydney. Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society, University of Western Australia, Perth: Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). Jewish Family Education Programs at the 'Edge of the Diaspora'. The First International Conference on Jewish Family Education.
  • Rutland, S. (2001). Holocaust and Memory in Australia. A Workshop, Holocaust and Genocide, Sydney: Australian Association of Jewish Studies.

Textual Creative Works

  • Rutland, S., Rood, S. (2008). Nationality: Stateless, Destination: Australia. Melbourne, Australia: Jewish Museum of Australia.

Reference Works

  • Rutland, S. (2008). Jews in Australia. In M. Avrum Ehrlich (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Jewish diaspora: origins, experiences and culture: Volume 2, countries, regions and communities: part one. (pp. 521-526). Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-Clio.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Jewish women in Australia. Encyclopedia of Jewish Women. Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Rabinovitch, Abraham Isaac (1889 - 1964). Australian Dictionary of Biography. (pp. 45-45). Melbourne University Press.

2014

  • Rutland, S. (2014). Australia and the Struggle for Soviet Jewry: 1961-1972. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 60(2), 194-213. [More Information]
  • Gross, Z., Rutland, S. (2014). Combatting antisemitism in the school playground: an Australian case study. Patterns of Prejudice, 48(3), 309-330. [More Information]
  • Rutland, S. (2014). Debates and Conflicts: Australian Jewry, the Claims Conference and Restitution, 1945–1965. Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust. [More Information]
  • Gross, Z., Rutland, S. (2014). Intergenerational Challenges in Australian Jewish School Education. Religious Education, 109(2), 143-161. [More Information]
  • Rutland, S. (2014). Israel and Australia: A Medium Power ‘Punching Above its Weight’. In Colin Shindler (Eds.), Israel and the World Powers: Diplomatic Alliances and International Relations Beyond the Middle East. London: I.B. Tauris.
  • Gross, Z., Rutland, S. (2014). The Chicken and the Egg: Connections between Hebrew Language Teaching, Curriculum and Identity in Jewish Day Schools in Australia. Curriculum and Teaching, 29(1), 53-70.

2013

  • Rutland, S. (2013). Research in Transnational Archives: The Forgotten Story of the 'Australian Immigration Project'. Holocaust Studies: a journal of culture and history, 19(3), 105-130.
  • Rutland, S. (2013). The Asia-Pacific Region and Australian Jewry. The International Conference of Judaism in Asia since the Founding of the State of Israel, Bonn: Bonn University Press.

2012

  • Rutland, S. (2012). Book Review Sarona. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, XX(4), 627-628.
  • Rutland, S., Benjamin, E. (2012). Book review: My Mother's Spice Kitchen. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, XX(June), 624-626.
  • Rutland, S. (2012). Whitlam's Shifts in Foreign Policy 1972-1975: Israel and Soviet Jewry. Australian Journal of Jewish Studies, 26, 36-69.

2011

  • Rutland, S. (2011). Eliyahu Honig: A Man of Integrity and Dedication. In Alan Crown and Raymond Apple (Eds.), Matnat Eliyahu: essays for Eliyahu Honig, (pp. 5-28). Sydney: Mandelbaum Publishing.
  • Rutland, S. (2011). Jews and Muslims "Downunder": Emerging Dialogue and Challenges. In Michael M. Laskier and Yaacov Lev (Eds.), The Divergence of Judaism and Islam: Interdependence, Modernity, and Political Turmoil, (pp. 97-121). Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida.
  • Rutland, S. (2011). Jews from the Former Soviet Union in Australia: Assimilating or Maintaining Jewish Identities? Journal of Jewish Identities, 4(1), 65-86.

2010

  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2010). Australian multiculturalism: immigration, race, and religion. Antisemitism International: an annual research journal, 2010 (5-6 Special Issue), 66-84.
  • Rutland, S. (2010). Creating effective Holocaust education programmes for government schools with large Muslim populations in Sydney. Prospects: quarterly review of comparative education, 40(1), 75-91.
  • Mann, L., Rutland, S. (2010). In retrospect: a matter of survival. In Suzanne D. Rutland, Leon Mann and Margaret Price (Eds.), Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010, (pp. 102-106). Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.
  • Rutland, S. (2010). Jewish settlers in Australian country towns. In Suzanne D. Rutland, Leon Mann and Margaret Price (Eds.), Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010, (pp. 3-21). Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.
  • Rutland, S., Mann, L., Price, M. (2010). Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010. Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.
  • Rutland, S. (2010). Nazis unwelcome! The Jewish community and the 1950s German migrations scheme. In Emily Turner-Graham, Christine Winter (Eds.), National socialism in Oceania: a critical evaluation of its effect and aftermath, (pp. 219-233). Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Mannix, K., Rutland, S. (2010). Pulses of migration. In Suzanne D. Rutland, Leon Mann and Margaret Price (Eds.), Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010, (pp. 22-46). Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.
  • Rutland, S. (2010). Resettling the Survivors of the Holocaust in Australia. Holocaust Studies: a journal of culture and history, 16(3), 33-56.
  • Rutland, S., Mann, L. (2010). Stories and recollection: an introduction. In Suzanne D. Rutland, Leon Mann and Margaret Price (Eds.), Jews of the outback: the centenary of the Broken Hill synagogue, 1910-2010, (pp. 109-113). Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers.

2009

  • Rutland, S. (2009). Leadership of accommodation or protest?: Nahum Goldmann and the struggle for Soviet Jewry. In Raider, Mark A (Eds.), Nahum Goldmann: statesman without a state, (pp. 273-296). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2009). No room at the inn: American responses to Australian immigration policies, 1946-54. Patterns of Prejudice, 43(5), 497-518.
  • Rutland, S. (2009). Seeking "Treasure Island": Manpower and Arms from Australia and the South Pacific to Israel, 1948-1950. 14th World Congress of Jewish Studies 2005, Israel: World Union of Jewish Studies.
  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2009). Smaller Jewish Communities in Australia. The Jewish Journal of Sociology, 51(1/2), 5-33.
  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2009). Three "Rich Uncles in America": The Australian Immigration Project and American Jewry. American Jewish History, 95(1), 79-115. [More Information]

2008

  • Encel, S., Rutland, S. (2008). Australian Jewry, its Relations with China and the First Steps in Jewish Studies. In Ehrlich, M. Avrum (Eds.), The Jewish-Chinese Nexsus: A meeting of Civilisations, (pp. 135-151). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Kwiet, K., Rutland, S. (2008). Australien = Australian. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Handbuch des Antisemitismus: Judenfeindschaft in Geschichte und Gegenwart: band 1: Lander und regionen = Handbook of Antisemitism: Jew hatred past and present: volume 1: Countries and regions, (pp. 36-42). Munich: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). Jewish Education in Australia. In Goodman, Roberta Louis; Flexner, Paul A.; Bloomberg, Linda Dale (Eds.), What We Now Know About Jewish Education, (pp. 441-447). Los Angeles, California, USA: Torah Aura Productions.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). Jews in Australia. In M. Avrum Ehrlich (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Jewish diaspora: origins, experiences and culture: Volume 2, countries, regions and communities: part one. (pp. 521-526). Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-Clio.
  • Rutland, S., Rood, S. (2008). Nationality: Stateless, Destination: Australia. Melbourne, Australia: Jewish Museum of Australia.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). Postwar Jewish Migration and Sydney's Cityscape. Aesthetics (was Literature & Aesthetics), 18(2), 138-155.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). Review of "This crazy thing a life: Australian Jewish autobiography" by Richard Freadman. Biography (Honolulu), 31(3), 489-491.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). Sanctuary for whom? Jewish victims and Nazi perpetrators in post-war Australian migrant camps. Beyond camps and forced labour - 60 years on, Osnabruck, Germany: Secolo.
  • Rutland, S. (2008). The Jews in Sydney. Sydney Journal, 1(3), 83-90.

2007

  • Rutland, S. (2007). Developing Jewish Day School Education at the Edge of the Diaspora: Moria College a Case Study. Conference on Innovation and Change in Jewish Education (2007), Isreal: The Jamie and Joan Constantiner School of Education, Tel Aviv University.
  • Rutland, S. (2007). Identity With Israel from Afar: The Australian Story. In Ben-Moshe, Danny; Segev, Zohar (Eds.), Israel, the Diaspora and Jewish Identity, (pp. 254-267). Brighton and Portland: Sussex Academic Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2007). In the Shadow of the Holocaust: The Development of Moriah College, Sydney. Holocaust Studies: a journal of culture and history, 13(2-3), 35-58.
  • Rutland, S. (2007). Triumph of the Jewish Spirit: 40 Years of the Jewish Communal Appeal. Sydney: NSW Jewish Communal Appeal.

2006

  • Rutland, S. (2006). Antisemitism, Multiculturalism and Ethnic Identity. Vidal Sassoon Center for Research in Antisemitism, Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, S.H. Bergman Centre for Philosophical Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Chp 2: Negotiating religious dialogue: A response to the recent increase of anti-semitism in Australia. In Elizabeth Burns Coleman and Kevin White (Eds.), Negotiating the Sacred: Basphemy and Sacrilege in a Multicultural Society, (pp. 17-30). Canberra: ANU E Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Gender, Place and Memory in the Modern Jewish Experience: Re-Placing ourselves (Review). Women's History Review, 15(2), 353-354.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). God’s Country and the Unsung Hero: the Australian Immigration Project and American Jewry. Presentation to the Board of the American Joint Distribution Committee, New York: American Joint Distribution Committee.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Jewish women in Australia. Encyclopedia of Jewish Women. Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Let my people go: Australian Jewry’s campaign for Soviet Jewry. European Association for Jewish Studies Conference, Australia: Australian Association of Jewish Studies.
  • Rutland, S., Encel, S. (2006). Major issues facing the Jewish community: women's perceptions. Australian Journal of Jewish Studies, 20, 169-198.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Nazis Unwelcome! The Australian Jewish community and the German Migration Scheme. National Socialism in Australasia: A critical evaluation of its effect in Australasia and its aftermath, University of Queensland: University of Queensland Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Racism in Australia: different streams, different responses. New Racisms: New Anti-Racisms, University of Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Sanctuary for whom? Jewish victims and Nazi perpetrators in post-war Australian migrant camps. First International Multidisciplinary Conference at the Imperial War Museum, Osanbruck: Secolo.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). The Unwanted: Pre & Post World War II Migration to Australia. Yalkut moreshet: holocaust documentation and research, Winter 2006(4), 9-27.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). These are the names : Jewish lives in Australia, 1788-1850 (Review). Sydney Morning Herald, 30th Dec 2006.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). What are the perceptions of the major issues facing the community and Jewish women in Australia today? 18th Annual conference, Australian Association for Jewish Studies, Melbourne: Australian Association of Jewish Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2006). Why Does Australian Jewish History Matter? In Michael Fagenblat, Melanie Landau, Nathan Wolski (Eds.), New Under the Sun: Jewish Australians on Religion, Politics & Culture, (pp. 293-302). Melbourne, Victoria: Black Inc.

2005

  • Rutland, S. (2005). "Buying out of the Matter": Australia's Role in Restitution for Templer Property in Israel. The Journal of Israeli History: studies in Zionism, 24(1), 135-154. [More Information]
  • Rutland, S. (2005). "The Unwanted" : The Story of Survivor Jewish Migration To Australia, 1945-1954. First International Multidisciplinary Conference at the Imperial War Museum, Osanbruck: Secolo.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Australian Jewry and China, International Symposium of Inter-Religious Dialogue: Confucianism, Judaism and Christianity. International Symposium of Inter-Religious Dialogue, University of Shandong, Jinan, PR China.: University of Shandong Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Creating Intellectual and Cultural Challenges: The Bridge. In Dacy, M; Dowling J; Faigan S (Eds.), Feasts and Fasts A Festschrift in Honour of Alan David Crown, (pp. 323-347). Sydney: Mandelbaum Publishing.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Developing Jewish day school Education at the 'Edge of the Diaspora'. Australasian Jewish Studies Forum, Sydney: Mandelbaum Publishing.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Iraq: A Zionist War. International Conference on Antisemitism, Monash University, Melbourne: Monash University Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). Seeking the 'Treasure Island': Manpower and Arms from Australia and the South Pacific. World Congress of Jewish Studies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, S.H. Bergman Centre for Philosophical Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2005). The Jews in Australia. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press.

2004

  • Rutland, S. (2004). 1948 And The Creation Of The State Of Israel: A Watershed Period For Australian Zionism. Australian Journal of Jewish Studies, XVIII, 97-124.
  • Rutland, S. (2004). 1948 and the Creation of the State of Israel: a watershed period for Australian Zionism. 16th Annual Australian Association of Jewish Studies (AAJS) Conference, Not known.
  • Rutland, S. (2004). Dreams and Nightmares: postwar Jewish migration to Australia. Australian Historical Association Conference, AUS: Australian Historical Association Conference.
  • Rutland, S. (2004). Negotiating religious dialogue: A response to the recent increase of antisemitism in Australia. Negotiating for the Sacred.
  • Rutland, S. (2004). Who Speaks For Australian Jewry? In Levey, G.B. and Mendes, P. (Eds.), Jews and Australian Politics, (pp. 29-43). Brighton: Sussex Academic Press.

2003

  • Rutland, S. (2003). An Antipodean Scholar: Rabbi Dr Harry Freedman. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, 16(4), 570-583.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). If You Will It, It Is No Dream: The Moriah Story 1943-2003. Caringbah, NSW: Playright Publishing Pty Ltd.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). Imagining the Unimaginable: Holocaust Memory in Art and Architecture - Five Lectures (Book Review). Journal of Jewish Studies, 54(2), 358-361.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). In the Shadow of the Holocaust: the development of Moriah College, Sydney. Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society, University of Western Australia, Perth: Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). Jewish Family Education Programs at the 'Edge of the Diaspora'. The First International Conference on Jewish Family Education.
  • Rutland, S. (2003). Postwar Anti-Jewish Refugee Hysteria: A Case of Racial or Religious Bigotry? Journal of Australian Studies, 77, 69-79.

2002

  • Rutland, S. (2002). 'The heart-throb rabbi': Rabbi Lubofsky and Sydney Jewry. In Andrew Strum (Eds.), Eshkolot: Essays in the Memory of Rabbi Ronald Lubofsky, (pp. 15-31). Melbourne, Australia: Hybrid.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Book review of "The Voyage of Their Life: The Story of the SS Derna and its Passengers" by Diane Armstrong. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, , 275-277.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Intermeshing Archival and Oral Sources: Unraveling the Story of Jewish Survivor Immigration to Australia. In A. James Hammerton and Eric Richards (Eds.), Speaking to Immigrants: Visible Immigrants Six, (pp. 129-148). Australia: Australian National University - Research School of Social Sciences.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Jewish Women and Adult Jewish Education: The Australian Experience. Australian Jewish Historical Society. Journal, 10(1), 258-272.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Perspectives from the Australian Jewish Community. Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, 11, 87-102.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Postwar Jewish "Boat People" and Parallels with the Tampa Incident. Australian Journal of Jewish Studies, 16, 159-176.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Rabinovitch, Abraham Isaac (1889 - 1964). Australian Dictionary of Biography. (pp. 45-45). Melbourne University Press.
  • Rutland, S. (2002). Subtle Exclusions: Postwar Jewish Emigration to Australia and the Impact of the IRO Scheme. Holocaust Studies: a journal of culture and history, 10(1), 50-66.

2001

  • Rutland, S. (2001). A Reassessment of the Dutch Record During the Holocaust. In John Roth & Elizabeth Maxwell (Eds.), Remembering for the Future: The Holocaust in an Age of Genocides, (pp. 527-542). United States: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Rutland, S. (2001). Holocaust and Memory in Australia. A Workshop, Holocaust and Genocide, Sydney: Australian Association of Jewish Studies.
  • Rutland, S. (2001). Jewish Life Down Under: The Flowering of Australian Jewry. Jerusalem: Institute of the World Jewish Congress.

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