BA (hons), PhD (U.Syd), MA (hons) (Flinders)
Professor Tim Rowse is an adjunct appointment in the Institute for Culture and Society, at the Western Sydney University. He is a member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Tim's special interest is the politics and history of Indigenous peoples, particularly in Australia. His current research interests include: the History of Official Statistics about Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous Autobiography. Tim also is an occasional commentator on Australia's public policies about Indigenous people.
T. Rowse (2015) 'The indigenous redemption of liberal universalism' Modern Intellectual History 12 (3), 579-603
T.Rowse (2012) Rethinking social justice: from 'peoples' to 'populations' Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press
M. Goot and T. Rowse (2007) Divided Nation? Indigenous affairs and the imagined public. Carlton, Vic: Melbourne University Publishing.
T. Rowse (2006) The public occasions of Indigenous selves: three Ngarrindjeri autobiographies, Aboriginal History, 30: 187-207.
T. Rowse (2006) Modernism, Indigenism and War: a comment on 'The Black Swan of Tresspass', Australian Cultural History, 22: 27-56.
T. Rowse (2006) What if the Bruce-Page government has created a Model Aboriginal State?, In What if? Australian history as it might have been. Stuart Macintyre and Sean Scalmer (eds.). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.
T. Rowse (ed.) (2005) Introduction, Contesting Assimilation.
D. Mitchell and T. Rowse (2005) From social issue to social policy; engaging professionals and the public, Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40(1): 155-180.