Dr Christine Winter

PhD ANU
ARC Future Fellow
Race and Ethnicity in the Global South,
SOPHI
Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine

A14 - The Quadrangle
The University of Sydney

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Biographical details

Christine is a transnational historian, analyzing Pacific-European relations during the long 20th century. She completed her PhD at the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University in 2005. Since then she has worked on several ARC funded group projects: The weight of modernity, a historical-epidemiological study of obesity in Australia (CI Prof. Dorothy Broome and Dr. Jane Dixon, ANU); The Official History of Australian Peacekeeping and Post-Cold War Operations(CI Prof David Horner, ANU); The Humanitarian Dilemma: Intervention and the Relief of Suffering in the Mid-Twentieth Century(CI Prof Tessa Morris-Suzuki). In 2010 Christine was awarded a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the University of Queensland, researching Legacies of the German Empire in Oceania: the transformation of German identity during the inter-war years. Christine?s research at the University of Sydney analyses scientific theories, identity and politics of mixed-race German Diasporas in Southern Hemisphere Mandated Territories.

Christine has been the recipient of a number of awards and prizes, most recently in 2012 an International Visiting Scholar Fellowship, from the Research Group Historicizing Knowledge about Human Biological Diversity in the 20th Century, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG), Berlin.

Research interests

  • 19th and 20th Century European and Pacific History
  • Transnational History
  • German Diaspora Studies
  • Colonialism and its legacies
  • Humanitarianism
  • Scientific theories and politics of ‘race’.

Current projects

  • German Mixed-Race Diasporas in Southern Hemisphere Mandated Territories: Scientific theories, politics and identity transformation.
  • ‘Aryan-related’: Polynesian—German relations and the struggle ofJapanese—Germans for racial exemption.
  • From War trophies to Curios: ethnographic objects from Ex-German New Guinea. With Barry Craig, Museum of South Australia.
  • Identity Transformation, Migration and Re-Migration of Tongan Families of German heritage during the 20th century. With Professor Reinhard Wendt, Distance University Hagen, Germany.
  • Hitler’s Pacific Islander Soldiers. With Dr Gregory Weeks, Webster University, Vienna.
  • German Diasporas in Namibia and New Guinea: a comparative examination of reception and connection to Germany. With Dr Daniel Walter, Wartburg College, Iowa, USA.

In the media

‘The Gallipoli anniversary’, Interview by Dotun Adebayo with Christine Winter, Up All Night News Show, BBC Radio 5 Live, 25 April 2014, 4:20 BST.

‘War trophies and curios from New Guinea in WW1’, interview by Ellen Fanning with Christine Winter, Radio National Breakfast - ABC Radio National, broadcast 25 April 2014, 8:24 AEST.

ANZAC Day interview with Christine Winter, Mornings with Linda Mottram, 702 ABC Radio Sydney, broadcast 25 April 2014, 9:50 AEST.

‘Australia's first WW1 victory 'boring' & almost forgotten’, Radio Interview by Catherine Graue with Christine Winter, Pacific Beat, ABC Radio Australia, broadcast 25 April 2014, 9:26 AEST.

‘Anzac Day: Australia's first World War I victory in the Pacific “boring” almost forgotten’, Australia Network News, [online article] Fri 25 Apr 2014, 5:10pm AEST.

‘Über Professor Hank Nelson: Erinnerungen; Remembering Hank Nelson’, online Festschrift recording, Christine Winter and Gabriele Richter, ANUchannel April 2013, (online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8VOlDoLQCQ).

„Deutschsein in der Südsee“: Kontinuität, Wandel, Brüche. Reinhard Wendt im Gespräch mit Christine Winter, DVD Fernuniversitaet Hagen, No. 1022, August 2011.

(online: http://www.fernuni-hagen.de/geschichte/aktuelles/lg3/video_mai2011.shtml)

Northern Territory National Emergency Response, series “Geschichte in Augenblicken”, radioEINS (Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg), broadcast 23 December 2010, 10.40 am.

Der ‘Emu War’, 1932, series “Geschichte in Augenblicken”, radioEINS (Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg), broadcast 29 November 2010, 10.40 am.

‘Still guilty of overreaction to radicals in our midst’, Opinion Piece, The Australian, 11 June 2007, p. 8; reprinted in Barbara Nelson and Robin Jeffrey (Eds.), Capturing the Year 2007. Writings from the ANU College of the Asia and the Pacific, Canberra 2007, pp. 108-110.

‘Solomons Participating Police Force’, Interview by Sean Dorney, ABC, with Christine Winter and Denis McDermott, Commander PPF, televised on Australia Network News Bulletin, 17.00 AEST, 28 April 2008.

‘Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands Research’, Interview by Sean Dorney, ABC, with Christine Winter, televised on Australia Network News Bulletin, 17.00 AEST, 22nd April 2008, repeat 08.00 AEST, 23rd April 2008.

Selected grants

2014

  • German Mixed-Race Diasporas in the Southern Hemisphere: Science, Politics & Identity Transformation; Winter C; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Future Fellowships (FT).

2012

  • Historicizing Knowledge about Human Biological Diversity in the 20th Century; Winter C; Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG)/International Visiting Scholar Fellowship.

2010

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellowship; Winter C; The University of Queensland/Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.
  • Looking after one's own; Winter C; Australian Academy of the Humanities/Publications Subsidy Scheme.

2007

  • Rethinking impartial humanitarianism: recent case studies from the Asia-Pacific; Morris-Suzuki T, Winter C; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Winter, C. (2012). Looking after one's own: the rise of Nationalism and the Politics of the Neuendettelsauer Mission in Australia, New Guinea and Germany (1921 - 1933). Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang Publishing.

Edited Books

  • Gray, G., Munro, D., Winter, C. (2012). Scholars at War: Australasian Social Scientists, 1939-1945. Canberra, ACT: ANU E Press.
  • Turner-Graham, E., Winter, C. (2010). National socialism in Oceania: a critical evaluation of its effect and aftermath. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Gray, G., Winter, C. (1997). The Resurgence of Racism: Howard, Hanson and the Race Debate. Melbourne: Monash Publications in History.

Book Chapters

  • Winter, C. (2012). Inter-war transformation of German - Australian identity: the case of Queensland pastor Friedrich Otto Theile. In Andrew G. Bonnell and Rebecca Vonhoff (Eds.), Germans in Queensland: 150 Years, (pp. 143-158). Franfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Gray, G., Munro, D., Winter, C. (2012). Introduction. In G. Gray, D. Munro & C. Winter (Eds.), Scholars at War: Australasian Social Scientists, 1939-1945, (pp. 1-27). Canberra, ACT: ANU E Press.
  • Winter, C. (2011). No Man's Land: a tale of love and longing during wartime. In Peter Monteath (Eds.), Germans: Travellers, Settlers and Their Descendants in South Australia, (pp. 345-364). Kent Town: Wakefield Press.
  • Winter, C. (2010). The Founding of the NSDAP stronghold in Finschhafen. In Emily Turner-Graham, Christine Winter (Eds.), National socialism in Oceania: a critical evaluation of its effect and aftermath, (pp. 31-47). Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Winter, C. (2008). Neutral intermediaries? The role of the Swiss Government in looking after internees during the Second World War. In Joan Beaumont, Ilma Martinuzzi O'Brien and Mathew Trinca (Eds.), Under suspicion: Citizenship and internment in Australia during the Second World War, (pp. 52-66). Canberra, Australia: National Museum of Australia Press.

Journals

  • Winter, C. (2013). Limits of impartiality: The delegates of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Australia during the Second World War. History Australia, 10(2), 56-74.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Changing Frames: Identity and citizenship of New Guineans of German heritage during the inter-war years. Germanica Pacifica.
  • Winter, C. (2008). "A Good-Will Ship": The Light Cruiser Koln Visits Rabaul (1933). Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54(1), 44-54. [More Information]
  • Winter, C. (2008). Inadvertent Emissary of the Third Reich: The German Navy and the Mandated Territory of New Guinea. Journal of Australian Naval History, 5(1), 37-52.
  • Winter, C. (2008). The Hitler Club. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54(1), 146-147.
  • Winter, C. (2003). The Long Arm of the Third Reich: Internment of New Guinea Germans in Tatura. The Journal of Pacific History, 38(1), 85-108.
  • Winter, C. (2002). Writing History in the Shadow of the Third Reich. Melbourne Historical Journal, 29(2001), 170-175.

Conferences

  • Winter, C. (2014). Ethnographic collections as war trophies and spectacles for the home front. Remembering World War One in the Pacific, Sydney: 999.
  • Winter, C. (2014). Race Mixing and the Global South. Australian Association for Pacific Studies Conference, Sydney: 999.
  • Winter, C. (2014). Sites of ambivalence: mixed race people, the Global South and Nazi Germany. Conversations, Sydney: 999.
  • Winter, C. (2014). ‘It’s a long way to Rabaul… but Goulburn’s boys got there’: Shop window displays as public performances of authentic war experiences. Art, War and Truth, Canberra: 999.
  • Winter, C. (2013). Rethinking Impartial Humanitarianism. AAEH Conference, 'Faultlines: Cohesion and Division in Europe from the 18th C. to the 21st'.
  • Winter, C. (2012). Die deutsche Diaspora in Ozeanien nach dem Ende des deutschen Kolonialreiches: Identitätswandel und Kontinuität deutsch-pazifischer Familien im 20. Jahrhundert’. International guest lecture. Kolloquiums ‘Arbeitskreis für Neuere und Neueste Geschichte’, University of Trier, June 2012.
  • Winter, C. (2012). My second life: identity transformation of second-generation German-Pacific Islanders during the inter-war years. Transnational Subjects, Brisbane: 999.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Aryan race legislation in the Third Reich and political and ideological struggles for exemptions. Australian Historical Association Regional Conference, Launceston.
  • Winter, C. (2011). German Pacific Islander Identity after the End of the German Colonial Empire. German-ness Beyond Germany, Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Germanness and people of mixed race in the Mandated Territory of New Guinea: The many lives of Max Carl Schneider. German-Australian Connections Network.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Living Legacies of Germany in the Pacific. International symposium 'Europe and the Pacific: options for fruitful exchange', Canberra, ACT.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Living Legacies of the German Empire: Pacific Islander Germans during the inter-war years. Australasian Association of European History Annual Conference, Perth, Australia.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Rethinking Germanness: An autobiographical exploration of research into mixed-race Pacific Islanders. Researching the Other, Transfers of Self. Ego-Histoire, Europe and Indigenous Australia, Paris, France.
  • Winter, C. (2010). Asserting the Mission-Defending the Nation: the Boycott of Jewish businesses in April 1933 and the Lutheran Mission Journal Freimund. Politics within Nineteenth Century Missionary Periodicals, Munster, Germany: University of Munster.
  • Winter, C. (2010). Changing Frames, Identity and Citizenship of New Guineans of German Heritage during the inter-war years. Race, Encounter and the Constitution of Human Difference in Oceania, Canberra.
  • Winter, C. (2010). Internment of Enemy Aliens in Australia. Special School Lecture at Campbell High School.
  • Winter, C. (2010). Pacific Islanders of German Heritage. Memory and Migration: German-Australian Dialogues in the Humanities, Konstanz, Germany.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Beyond the Barbed Wire: the politics of internment during WWII. Annual History Week Special Lecture.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Humanitarian assistance and Queensland-based internment of Germans during WWII. Colloquium, Germans in Queensland 150 Years.
  • Winter, C. (2008). Beyond the line of duty: police peacekeeper's off duty engagements. Oceanic Connections, 2nd conference of the AAAPS.
  • Winter, C. (2008). Bonhoeffer and the Jews: a Lutheran context. ‘A Cautious Embrace’: A Christian-Jewish conference reflecting on the discipleship and legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Necastle, Australia: The University of Newcastle.
  • Winter, C. (2007). A History of women and police peace keeping. 'Women Leading Change'- Fifth Australasian Women and Policing Conference, Melbourne: Australasian Council of Women and Policing.
  • Winter, C. (2004). National Socialism in Internment Camps during WWII: a transnational history. Chauvel Seminar Series No. 6.
  • Winter, C. (2004). National Socialism in Internment Camps during WWII: a transnational history’. Chauvel Seminar Series No. 6.
  • Winter, C. (2004). Neutral Intermediaries? The role of the Swiss government looking after internees in WWII. War and Citizenship in 20th-Century Australia Symposium, Canberra, ACT.
  • Winter, C. (2004). ‘International Jewry’ and Transnational Lutherans: Propaganda and the German April Boycott of 1933. Humanities Research Centre Conference: 'Lies, Conspiracy and Propaganda', Canberra, ACT.

Textual Creative Works

  • Winter, C. (2006). So you think you can tell. A Showcase of Work by Wintec's Maori and Pasifika Visual Artists, (pp. 8 - 9). Hamilton, New Zealand: Wintec.
  • Winter, C. (2003). Heaven turned Abyss. Paul Celan, Gordon Bennett and Australia today. Overland, (pp. 44 - 46). Melbourne, Australia: OL Society Ltd, Australia.

Report

  • Clark, I., Winter, C. (1996). Survey of research of interest to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: report commissioned by the Australian Research Council.

Reference Works

  • Winter, C., Hetzer, T. (2009). Elert, Werner. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Handbuch des Antisemitismus. Munich: KG Saur Verlag.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Hirsch, Emanuel. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Handbuch des Antisemitismus. Munich: KG Saur Verlag.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Hossenfelder, Joachim. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Handbuch des Antisemitismus. Munich: KG Saur Verlag.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Sasse, Martin. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Hanbuch des Antisemitismus. Munich: KG Saur Verlag.
  • Winter, C. (2007). Bergmann, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm (Willy) (1899–1987). In Diane Langmore (Eds.), Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol. 17 (1981 - 1990, A-K). (pp. 89-90). Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Press.

Other

  • Winter, C. (2013), Luda Popenhagen, Australian Lithuanians, UNSW Press, Sydney 2012.
  • Winter, C. (2013), Review of Sönke Neitzel & Harald Welzer (2012) Soldaten: On Fighting, Killing and Dying. The Secret World War II Transcripts of German POWs. Reviews in History, 2013 (January).
  • Winter, C., Richter, G. (2013), Über Professor Hank Nelson: Erinnerungen; Remembering Hank Nelson.
  • Winter, C. (2010), Captain Cook Was Here. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2010 (1), 119-120.
  • Winter, C. (2010), Dear Dr. Janzow: Australia's Lutheran Churches and Refugees from Hitler's Germany. Journal of Religious History, 34(2), 253-254.
  • Winter, C. (2010), In/visible Sight: the mixed descent families of southern New Zealand. The Journal of Pacific History, 45(3), 379-380.
  • Winter, C. (2009), Anthropology’s Global Histories. The Ethnographic Frontier in German New Guinea, 18701935. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 10(4), 377-379.
  • Winter, C. (2009), Humanitarianism and its Dilemmas.
  • Winter, C. (2008), 'Australien sagt "Sorry!" Zur Entschuldigungspolitik bei der indigenen Bevolkerung. Zeitschrift Frauensolidaritat, 104(2), 32-33.
  • Winter, C. (2008), The Hitler Club. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54(1), 146-147.
  • Winter, C. (2008), Women and Police Peacekeeping – Celebrating 20 Years. The Journal for women and policing, Winter 2008(22), 36-38.
  • de Hauteclocque, M., Winter, C. (2007), 2007 Martin Thomas (Ed.), Translations by Mathilde de Hauteclocque and Christine Winter, Translating Culture: The Foreign-Language Publications of R. H. Mathews: ANU Press.
  • Winter, C. (2007), Women in Peacekeeping - How to Make History. The Journal for women and policing, Winter 2007,(20), 37-38.
  • Winter, C. (2006), Von Luckner: A Reassessment. Count Felix von Luckner in New Zealand and the South Pacific 1917–1919 and 1938. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 34(2), 302-304.

2014

  • Winter, C. (2014). Ethnographic collections as war trophies and spectacles for the home front. Remembering World War One in the Pacific, Sydney: 999.
  • Winter, C. (2014). Race Mixing and the Global South. Australian Association for Pacific Studies Conference, Sydney: 999.
  • Winter, C. (2014). Sites of ambivalence: mixed race people, the Global South and Nazi Germany. Conversations, Sydney: 999.
  • Winter, C. (2014). ‘It’s a long way to Rabaul… but Goulburn’s boys got there’: Shop window displays as public performances of authentic war experiences. Art, War and Truth, Canberra: 999.

2013

  • Winter, C. (2013). Limits of impartiality: The delegates of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Australia during the Second World War. History Australia, 10(2), 56-74.
  • Winter, C. (2013), Luda Popenhagen, Australian Lithuanians, UNSW Press, Sydney 2012.
  • Winter, C. (2013). Rethinking Impartial Humanitarianism. AAEH Conference, 'Faultlines: Cohesion and Division in Europe from the 18th C. to the 21st'.
  • Winter, C. (2013), Review of Sönke Neitzel & Harald Welzer (2012) Soldaten: On Fighting, Killing and Dying. The Secret World War II Transcripts of German POWs. Reviews in History, 2013 (January).
  • Winter, C., Richter, G. (2013), Über Professor Hank Nelson: Erinnerungen; Remembering Hank Nelson.

2012

  • Winter, C. (2012). Die deutsche Diaspora in Ozeanien nach dem Ende des deutschen Kolonialreiches: Identitätswandel und Kontinuität deutsch-pazifischer Familien im 20. Jahrhundert’. International guest lecture. Kolloquiums ‘Arbeitskreis für Neuere und Neueste Geschichte’, University of Trier, June 2012.
  • Winter, C. (2012). Inter-war transformation of German - Australian identity: the case of Queensland pastor Friedrich Otto Theile. In Andrew G. Bonnell and Rebecca Vonhoff (Eds.), Germans in Queensland: 150 Years, (pp. 143-158). Franfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Gray, G., Munro, D., Winter, C. (2012). Introduction. In G. Gray, D. Munro & C. Winter (Eds.), Scholars at War: Australasian Social Scientists, 1939-1945, (pp. 1-27). Canberra, ACT: ANU E Press.
  • Winter, C. (2012). Looking after one's own: the rise of Nationalism and the Politics of the Neuendettelsauer Mission in Australia, New Guinea and Germany (1921 - 1933). Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Winter, C. (2012). My second life: identity transformation of second-generation German-Pacific Islanders during the inter-war years. Transnational Subjects, Brisbane: 999.
  • Gray, G., Munro, D., Winter, C. (2012). Scholars at War: Australasian Social Scientists, 1939-1945. Canberra, ACT: ANU E Press.

2011

  • Winter, C. (2011). Aryan race legislation in the Third Reich and political and ideological struggles for exemptions. Australian Historical Association Regional Conference, Launceston.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Changing Frames: Identity and citizenship of New Guineans of German heritage during the inter-war years. Germanica Pacifica.
  • Winter, C. (2011). German Pacific Islander Identity after the End of the German Colonial Empire. German-ness Beyond Germany, Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Germanness and people of mixed race in the Mandated Territory of New Guinea: The many lives of Max Carl Schneider. German-Australian Connections Network.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Living Legacies of Germany in the Pacific. International symposium 'Europe and the Pacific: options for fruitful exchange', Canberra, ACT.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Living Legacies of the German Empire: Pacific Islander Germans during the inter-war years. Australasian Association of European History Annual Conference, Perth, Australia.
  • Winter, C. (2011). No Man's Land: a tale of love and longing during wartime. In Peter Monteath (Eds.), Germans: Travellers, Settlers and Their Descendants in South Australia, (pp. 345-364). Kent Town: Wakefield Press.
  • Winter, C. (2011). Rethinking Germanness: An autobiographical exploration of research into mixed-race Pacific Islanders. Researching the Other, Transfers of Self. Ego-Histoire, Europe and Indigenous Australia, Paris, France.

2010

  • Winter, C. (2010). Asserting the Mission-Defending the Nation: the Boycott of Jewish businesses in April 1933 and the Lutheran Mission Journal Freimund. Politics within Nineteenth Century Missionary Periodicals, Munster, Germany: University of Munster.
  • Winter, C. (2010), Captain Cook Was Here. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2010 (1), 119-120.
  • Winter, C. (2010). Changing Frames, Identity and Citizenship of New Guineans of German Heritage during the inter-war years. Race, Encounter and the Constitution of Human Difference in Oceania, Canberra.
  • Winter, C. (2010), Dear Dr. Janzow: Australia's Lutheran Churches and Refugees from Hitler's Germany. Journal of Religious History, 34(2), 253-254.
  • Winter, C. (2010), In/visible Sight: the mixed descent families of southern New Zealand. The Journal of Pacific History, 45(3), 379-380.
  • Winter, C. (2010). Internment of Enemy Aliens in Australia. Special School Lecture at Campbell High School.
  • Turner-Graham, E., Winter, C. (2010). National socialism in Oceania: a critical evaluation of its effect and aftermath. Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Winter, C. (2010). Pacific Islanders of German Heritage. Memory and Migration: German-Australian Dialogues in the Humanities, Konstanz, Germany.
  • Winter, C. (2010). The Founding of the NSDAP stronghold in Finschhafen. In Emily Turner-Graham, Christine Winter (Eds.), National socialism in Oceania: a critical evaluation of its effect and aftermath, (pp. 31-47). Frankfurt: Peter Lang Publishing.

2009

  • Winter, C. (2009), Anthropology’s Global Histories. The Ethnographic Frontier in German New Guinea, 18701935. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 10(4), 377-379.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Beyond the Barbed Wire: the politics of internment during WWII. Annual History Week Special Lecture.
  • Winter, C., Hetzer, T. (2009). Elert, Werner. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Handbuch des Antisemitismus. Munich: KG Saur Verlag.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Hirsch, Emanuel. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Handbuch des Antisemitismus. Munich: KG Saur Verlag.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Hossenfelder, Joachim. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Handbuch des Antisemitismus. Munich: KG Saur Verlag.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Humanitarian assistance and Queensland-based internment of Germans during WWII. Colloquium, Germans in Queensland 150 Years.
  • Winter, C. (2009), Humanitarianism and its Dilemmas.
  • Winter, C. (2009). Sasse, Martin. In Wolfgang Benz (Eds.), Hanbuch des Antisemitismus. Munich: KG Saur Verlag.

2008

  • Winter, C. (2008). "A Good-Will Ship": The Light Cruiser Koln Visits Rabaul (1933). Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54(1), 44-54. [More Information]
  • Winter, C. (2008), 'Australien sagt "Sorry!" Zur Entschuldigungspolitik bei der indigenen Bevolkerung. Zeitschrift Frauensolidaritat, 104(2), 32-33.
  • Winter, C. (2008). Beyond the line of duty: police peacekeeper's off duty engagements. Oceanic Connections, 2nd conference of the AAAPS.
  • Winter, C. (2008). Bonhoeffer and the Jews: a Lutheran context. ‘A Cautious Embrace’: A Christian-Jewish conference reflecting on the discipleship and legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Necastle, Australia: The University of Newcastle.
  • Winter, C. (2008). Inadvertent Emissary of the Third Reich: The German Navy and the Mandated Territory of New Guinea. Journal of Australian Naval History, 5(1), 37-52.
  • Winter, C. (2008). Neutral intermediaries? The role of the Swiss Government in looking after internees during the Second World War. In Joan Beaumont, Ilma Martinuzzi O'Brien and Mathew Trinca (Eds.), Under suspicion: Citizenship and internment in Australia during the Second World War, (pp. 52-66). Canberra, Australia: National Museum of Australia Press.
  • Winter, C. (2008). The Hitler Club. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54(1), 146-147.
  • Winter, C. (2008), The Hitler Club. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 54(1), 146-147.
  • Winter, C. (2008), Women and Police Peacekeeping – Celebrating 20 Years. The Journal for women and policing, Winter 2008(22), 36-38.

2007

  • de Hauteclocque, M., Winter, C. (2007), 2007 Martin Thomas (Ed.), Translations by Mathilde de Hauteclocque and Christine Winter, Translating Culture: The Foreign-Language Publications of R. H. Mathews: ANU Press.
  • Winter, C. (2007). A History of women and police peace keeping. 'Women Leading Change'- Fifth Australasian Women and Policing Conference, Melbourne: Australasian Council of Women and Policing.
  • Winter, C. (2007). Bergmann, Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm (Willy) (1899–1987). In Diane Langmore (Eds.), Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol. 17 (1981 - 1990, A-K). (pp. 89-90). Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Winter, C. (2007), Women in Peacekeeping - How to Make History. The Journal for women and policing, Winter 2007,(20), 37-38.

2006

  • Winter, C. (2006). So you think you can tell. A Showcase of Work by Wintec's Maori and Pasifika Visual Artists, (pp. 8 - 9). Hamilton, New Zealand: Wintec.
  • Winter, C. (2006), Von Luckner: A Reassessment. Count Felix von Luckner in New Zealand and the South Pacific 1917–1919 and 1938. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 34(2), 302-304.

2004

  • Winter, C. (2004). National Socialism in Internment Camps during WWII: a transnational history. Chauvel Seminar Series No. 6.
  • Winter, C. (2004). National Socialism in Internment Camps during WWII: a transnational history’. Chauvel Seminar Series No. 6.
  • Winter, C. (2004). Neutral Intermediaries? The role of the Swiss government looking after internees in WWII. War and Citizenship in 20th-Century Australia Symposium, Canberra, ACT.
  • Winter, C. (2004). ‘International Jewry’ and Transnational Lutherans: Propaganda and the German April Boycott of 1933. Humanities Research Centre Conference: 'Lies, Conspiracy and Propaganda', Canberra, ACT.

2003

  • Winter, C. (2003). Heaven turned Abyss. Paul Celan, Gordon Bennett and Australia today. Overland, (pp. 44 - 46). Melbourne, Australia: OL Society Ltd, Australia.
  • Winter, C. (2003). The Long Arm of the Third Reich: Internment of New Guinea Germans in Tatura. The Journal of Pacific History, 38(1), 85-108.

2002

  • Winter, C. (2002). Writing History in the Shadow of the Third Reich. Melbourne Historical Journal, 29(2001), 170-175.

1997

  • Gray, G., Winter, C. (1997). The Resurgence of Racism: Howard, Hanson and the Race Debate. Melbourne: Monash Publications in History.

1996

  • Clark, I., Winter, C. (1996). Survey of research of interest to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: report commissioned by the Australian Research Council.

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