School of Humanities
Faculty of Arts
Skye Krichauff is an ethno-historian, historian and anthropologist who is interested in colonial cross-cultural relations, the relationship between history and memory, and how societies live with historical injustices (in particular how Australians live with the enduring legacies of colonialism). Her doctoral thesis (conferred in 2015) investigated the absence of Aboriginal people in the historical consciousness of settler descendants.
Year Citation 2017 Krichauff, S. M. (2017). The Murder of Melaityappa and How Judge Mann Made "The Administration of Justice Palatable" to South Australian Colonists in 1849. Aboriginal History Journal. 2015 Krichauff, S. M. J. (2015). Native constable Jim Crack and "Wild White Men". Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 37(1), 7-23. 2013 Krichauff, S. M. J. (2013). Narungga, the Townspeople and Julius Kuhn: The Establishment of Origins of the Point Pearce Mission. Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia, 13, 57-72.
Year Citation 2017 Krichauff, S. (2017). Memory, Place and Aboriginal-Settler History Understanding Australian's Consciousness of the Colonial Past. United Kingdom: Anthem Press. 2011 Krichauff, S. M. J. (2011). Nharangga Wargunni Bugi-Buggillu: A Journey Through Narungga History. Adelaide: Wakefield Press.
Year Citation 2017 Krichauff, S. (2017). 'Rethinking Narungga responses to Europeans and colonialism'. In P. Brock, & T. Gara (Eds.), Colonialism and its aftermath: Aboriginal history in South Australia (pp. 171-191). Adelaide: Wakefiled Press.
Year Citation 2013 Krichauff, S. M. J. (2013). FEHW Krichauff and 1848. In H. Stock (Ed.), Leaving Home: Motives for the 19th Century Migration. Adelaide University.
Report for External Bodies
Year Citation 2017 Krichauff, S. M. (2017). Expert Report of Dr Skye Krichauff Dated 7 November 2017 (SAD 6001 of 2000). 2017 Krichauff, S. M. (2017). Confidential Supplement to the expert report provided by Dr Skye Krichauff on 7 November 2017 (SAD 6001 of 2000).
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