Thylacine Researchers: Carol Freeman


Freeman, Carol. (2003). Rew Hanks: Tiger Tales, Redfern & Hobart, Legge Gallery & Bett Gallery.

Freeman, Carol J. (2004a). ‘Crying Wolf: Visualising the Thylacine in Zoological Works’, School of Geography and Environmental Studies 2004 Conference, October, 2004, Hobart, pp. 5-5. (2004) [Conference Extract]

Freeman, Carol J. (2004b). ‘Figuring Extinction: Disclosure and Revision in Photographs of the Thylacine 1900-1936’, Colonialism and Its Aftermath - An Interdisciplinary Conference 23-25 June, 2004 Conference Handbook, June 2004, Hobart, Tasmania, pp. 20-20. (2004) [Conference Extract]

Freeman, Carol J. (2004c). ‘Figuring Extinction: The First Illustration of a Thylacine (Tasmanian tiger) in a Scientific Work’, Cross Fertilisations: Literature, Science and Nature. An Interdisciplinary Conference July 16-18 2004 Programme, July 2004, Chichester, UK, pp. 3-4. (2004) [Conference Extract]

Freeman, Carol J. (2005a). Is this picture worth a thousand words? An analysis of Harry Burrell's photograph of a thylacine with a chicken. Australian Zoologist 33(1): 1-16.

Freeman, Carol J. (2005b). Figuring extinction: Visualizing the thylacine in zoological and natural history works 1808-1936. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Tasmania: Hobart, Australia.

Freeman, Carol J. (2005c). The Abject Thylacine: interactions between the real and the representation. Animals & Society: Inaugral Conference of the Animals & Society (Australia) Study Group, July 2005, Crawley, WA, pp. 36-36. [Conference Extract]

Freeman, Carol J. (2005d). From Tasmania to Knowsley: John Gould's Thylacines. Stanley Estates Newsletter, Earl of Derby, Liverpool, 17, August. [Internal Newsletter]

Freeman, Carol J. (2006). Tasmania and the thylacine: Wild(er)ness, beer and the ubiquitous souvenir. 'Senses of Place' Conference Handbook, April, Hobart, pp. 50. [Conference Extract]

Freeman, Carol J. (2007a). Imaging Extinction: Disclosure and Revision in Photographs of the Thylacine (Tasmanian tiger). Society and Animals 15(3): 241-256.

Freeman, Carol J. (2007b). 'In every respect new': European impressions of the thylacine, 1808-1855. reCollections 2(1): [unpaginated].

Freeman, Carol J. (2007c). Curiouser and Curiouser! The Case of the Thylacine in The Naturalists Library. In: Imperial Curiosity: Objects, Representations, Knowledges. A conference held at the University of Tasmania 27-29 June 2007, June, Hobart, pp. 25-26. [Conference Extract]

Freeman, Carol J. (2007d). Imaging the Thylacine from Trap to Laboratory, University of Tasmania,, 1 EJ (2007) [Curated Exhibition]

Freeman, Carol J. (2008). On seeing the big picture: A reply to Paddle (2008). Australian Zoologist 34(4): 471-475.

Freeman, Carol. (2009). Ending Extinction: The Quagga, the Thylacine, and the Smart Human, pp. 235-256. Leonardo's Choice: Genetic Technologies and Animals. Ed. Carol Gigliotti. Dordrecht: Springer. [relevant apart from the title?]

Freeman, Carol J. (2010). Paper Tiger: A Visual History of the Thylacine. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers. [Google Books]

Freeman, Carol J. (2014). Paper Tiger: How Pictures Shaped the Thylacine (revised edition). Hobart: Forty South Publishing. 224 pp.

Freeman, Carol J. (2015). ["See my article about Peter Clayfield's collection of Thylacine images on pp 24-30 of the latest 40 SOUTH magazine." (comment written 25 June 2015)]

Freeman, Carol J. (2016). The thylacine: Gone is gone. 40 [degrees] South 83: 14-19. [Abstract]

Freeman, Carol J. (2017). 'A Mere Memory: The Scandalous Extinction of the Thylacine', Scandals and Disasters in Tasmanian and Australian History, 18 November, Hobart (2017) [Conference Extract]

Freeman C, 'A misunderstood animal', Weekendavisen, Weekendavisen A/, Copenhagen, 9 May, pp. 12-13. (2018) [Media Interview]

Freeman C, 'Fake or real? This photo of the thylacine has caused a lot of controversy: Interview with Carol Freeman', Australian Geographic, Australian Geographic Pty Ltd., Sydney, 10 January (2018) [Media Interview]

Freeman CJ, 'The Thylacine: Gone is Gone', Tasmania 40 South, Forty South Publishing, Hobart, Tasmania, 83, pp. 12-17. (2019) [Magazine Article]

Freeman, Carol J. and Bevilacqua, S. (2003). An emblem's pounce from the past. The Sunday Tasmanian, Davies Brothers (News Limited), Hobart, September 7. [media interview]

Freeman, Carol J. and Bevilacqua, S. (2006). Thylacine not as bad as it's painted. The Sunday Tasmanian, Davies Brothers (News Limited), Hobart, August 27. [media interview]

Freeman C, Borrell S, 'Mercy Killing: Julia Leigh's The Hunter as Film', Animal Death Symposium, 12-13 July, University of Sydney (2012) [Conference Extract]