Lisa Ford
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Settler sovereignty: Jurisdiction and Indigenous people in America and Australia, 1788–1836
L Ford
Harvard University Press, 2010
Rage for Order: The British Empire and the Origins of International Law, 1800-1850
L Benton, L Ford
Harvard University Press, 2016
Between Indigenous and Settler Governance
Routledge, 2013
Locating indigenous self-determination in the margins of settler sovereignty
L Ford
Between Indigenous and Settler Governance, 1, 2013
Expansion, 1820-50
L Ford, D Roberts
The Cambridge History of Australia, 2013
New South Wales penal settlements and the transformation of secondary punishment in the nineteenth-century British empire
L Ford, DA Roberts
Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 15 (3), 2014
Learning outcomes assessment and history: TEQSA, the After Standards Project and the QA/QI challenge in Australia
S Brawley, J Clark, C Dixon, L Ford, S Ross, S Upton, E Nielsen
Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 12 (1), 20-35, 2013
Magistrates in Empire: Convicts, Slaves, and the Remaking of the Plural Legal Order in the British Empire
L Benton, L Ford
Legal pluralism and empires, 1500-1850, 2013
Indigenous policy and its historical occlusions: the North American and global contexts of Australian settlement.
L Ford
Australian Indigenous Law Review 12 (1), 69-80, 2008
Anti-slavery and the reconstitution of empire
L Ford
Australian Historical Studies 45 (1), 71-86, 2014
Applying standards to tertiary-level history: Policy, challenges and the After Standards project
S Brawley, J Clark, C Dixon, L Ford, L Grolman, S Ross, S Upton
History Australia 8 (3), 177-194, 2011
Settler sovereignty and the shapeshifting Crown
P McHugh, L Ford
Between Indigenous and Settler Governance, 23, 2013
History on trial: Evaluating learning outcomes through audit and accreditation in a national standards environment
S Brawley, J Clark, C Dixon, L Ford, E Nielsen, S Ross, S Upton
Teaching and Learning Inquiry 3 (2), 89-105, 2015
Legal Change, Convict Activism and the Reform of Penal Relocation in Colonial New South Wales: The Port Macquarie Penal Settlement, 1822–26
L Ford, DA Roberts
Australian Historical Studies 46 (2), 174-190, 2015
Empire and order on the colonial frontiers of Georgia and New South Wales
L Ford
Itinerario 30 (3), 95-113, 2006
Island Despotism: Trinidad, the British Imperial Constitution and Global Legal Order
L Benton, L Ford
The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 46 (1), 21-46, 2018
After Stan dards: Engaging and embedding history’s standards using international best practice to inform curriculum renewal
S Brawley, J Clark, C Dixon, L Ford, E Nielsen, S Ross, S Upton
Retrieved May 14, 2016, 2013
‘Mr Peel’s Amendments’ in New South Wales: Imperial Criminal Reform in a Distant Penal Colony
L Ford, DA Roberts
The Journal of Legal History 37 (2), 198-214, 2016
Protecting the Peace on the Edges of Empire: Commissioners of Crown Lands in New South Wales
L Ford
Protection and Empire: A Global History, 175-193, 2017
From Pluralism to Territorial Sovereignty: The 1816 Trial of Mow-watty in the Superior Court of New South Wales
L Ford, B Salter
Indigenous LJ 7, 67, 2008
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