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Natalie J. Lloyd <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of Western Australia
Specific interests include the history of zoological gardens and the intersections of cultural and natural heritage. Currently co-convenor of the Animals and Society (Australia) Study Group based at the University of Western Australia.
|Address:||35 Stirling Hwy
CRAWLEY, WA 6009
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Animal
|Interests:||Australian and New Zealand History / Studies
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Urban History / Studies
World History / Studies
Completed a doctorate in History in 2005 with a thesis entitled 'Australian Zoological Gardens 1860-1939: empire, nation, nature and the city'. Recent publications:
Natalie Lloyd, “‘Among Birds and Beasts”: Environmental Reform, Racial Preservation and Australian Progressives at the Zoological Gardens’, in Denise Tallis (ed), Backburning, New Talents 21C, Journal of Australian Studies, Volume 84, Australian Public Intellectual Network, St Lucia, 2005.
Natalie Lloyd and Alisa Krasnostein, ‘Historical perspectives on mosaic burning in Western Australia’s southwest forests’ in Michael Calver (ed), A Forest Conscienceness: Proceedings 6th National Conference of the Australian Forest History Society, Rotterdam, Mill Press, 2005.