Publications

Books

Scates, B. and Oppenheimer, M., The Last Battle: Soldier Settlement in Australia, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2016.

Scates, B., Wheatley, R. and James, L., World War One: A History in 100 Stories, Penguin, Melbourne, 2015.

Bongiorno, F., Frances, R. and Scates, B. (eds), Labour and the Great War: the Australian Working Class and the Making of Anzac, Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, Sydney, 2014.

Scates, B. et.al. Anzac Journeys: Returning to the Battlefields of World War II, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Scates, B. On Dangerous Ground: A Gallipoli Story, UWA Press, 2012.

Scates, B A Place to Remember: A History of the Shrine of Remembrance, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2009.

Scates, B. Return to Gallipoli: Walking the Battlefields of the Great War, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2006.

Scates, B. The Ghosts of Gallipoli:  Walking the Anzac Battlefields, Sydney, History Council of New South Wales, 2005 (Text of History Council Annual Lecture).

Scates, B (ed.), A Future for the Past: The State of Children’s History, Sydney, History Council of New South Wales, 2004.

Scates, B. A New Australia:  Citizenship, Radicalism and Labour’s First Republic, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Scates, B. and Frances, R., Women and the Great War, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Frances, R.and Scates, B., Women at Work from the Gold Rushes to World War Two, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1993.

Frances, R.and Scates, B.(eds), Women, Work and the Labour Movement in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand, (Special Issue of Labour History) Sydney, Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 1991.

Frances, R. and Scates, B. (eds), The Murdoch Ethos, Murdoch University, 1989.

Chapters in Books

Scates, B. ‘The unquiet grave: exhuming and reburying the dead of Fromelles’, in Keir Reeves, et.al. (eds), Battlefield Events: Landscape, commemoration and heritage, Routledge, London and New York, 2016, pp. 13-27.

Scates, B. and Wheatley, Rebecca, ‘War Memorials’, in Jay Winter (ed.), The Cambridge History of the First World War, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,  2013, vol. 3, pp. 528-66.

Scates, B. and Wheatley, Rebecca, ‘Bibliographical Essay’, in Jay Winter (ed.), The Cambridge History of the First World War, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press,  2013, vol. 3, pp. 688-92.

Scates, B.A ‘democratic rendezvous’: the bookshops of radical Sydney, in Radical Sydney Places, Portraits and Unruly Episodes, eds Terry Irving and Rowan Cahill, University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, 2010, pp. 89-96.

Scates, B. ‘ Finding the missing of Fromelles: when soldiers return,’ in Anzac Legacies Australians and the Aftermath of War, eds Martin Crottty and Marina Larsson, Australian Scholarly Publishing, North Melbourne, 2010, pp. 212-232.

Scates, B. ‘Manufacturing Memory at Gallipoli’:, in Michael Keren and Holger H. Herwig,  (eds) War Memory and Popular Culture: Essays on Modes of Remembrance and Commemoration, Jefferson, McFarland, 2009, pp 57-75.

Scates, B. ‘Places of the heart: real and imaginary pilgrimages to the cemeteries and battlefields of the Great War’ in Claire Woods and Judith Timoney (eds), Writings of War, Adelaide: Lythrum Press, 2008: 1-35.

Oppenheimer, M. & Scates, B.,’Australians at War’, in Martin Lyons and Penny Russell, (eds) Australia’s History: Themes and Debates, Sydney, UNSW Press, 2005,  pp 134-151.

Scates, B. ‘The Case of Clarinna Stringer: Strategic Options and the Household Economy in Late Nineteenth Century Australia’, Rebellious Families: From Household Strategies to Collective Action, Oxford, Berghahn, 2002, pp. 58-77.

Scates, B. ‘Imagining Anzac: Children’s Responses to the Killing Fields of the Great War’, in James Marten (ed) Children and War: An Anthology, New York, New York University Press, 2002, pp. 50-63.

Scates, B. ‘Radical Bookshops’ in Martyn Lyons and John Arnold (eds) A History of the Book in Australia: a National Culture in a Colonial Market, St. Lucia, University of Queensland Press, 2001, pp. 146-149.

Scates, B.  ‘Andrew Fisher: A Political Testament’, in Marian Simms (ed), 1901, St. Lucia, University of Queensland Press, 2001, pp. 81-95.

Scates, B. ‘Unemployment’, in Graeme Davison, John Hirst and Stuart Macintyre (eds) The Oxford Companion to Australian History, Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1998, pp. 665-6.

Frances, R., Scates, B. and McGrath, A., ‘Broken Silences? Aboriginal Workers and Labour Historians’, in T. Irving (ed.) Challenges to Labour History, Kensington, UNSW Press, 1994.

Scates, B., “Knocking Out a Living”: Survival Strategies and Popular Protest in the 1890s Depression’, in S. Margary, S. Sheridan and S. Rowley (eds), Debutante Nation: Feminism Contests the 1890s, Sydney, George Allen and Unwin, 1993, pp. 47-64.

Scates B., ‘Gender, Household and Community Politics: the Maritime Strike in Australia and New Zealand’, in J. Hagan and A. Wells (eds), The Maritime Strike: A Centennial Retrospective. Essays in Honour of E.C. Fry, Five Islands Press, Sydney, 1992.

Frances, R. and Scates, B., ‘Editorial’, in Frances, R. and Scates, B. (eds), Women, Work and the Labour Movement in Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand, Sydney, Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, 1991, pp. vii-x.

Scates, B., ‘William Arthur Trenwith: Trade Unionist and Politician’, in K. Ritchie (ed), Australian Dictionary of Biography, Melbourne, MUP, 1990.

Frances, R. and Scates, B., ‘Editorial’  in Frances, R. and Scates, B. (eds), The Murdoch Ethos, Murdoch, Murdoch University, 1989, pp. 2-8.

Frances, R. and Scates, B., ‘Unmasking the Monument: the Other Side of the Pioneer Myth’, in Frances, R. and Scates, B. (eds) The Murdoch Ethos, Murdoch, Murdoch University, 1989, pp. 221-245.

Scates, B. and C. Fox, ‘The Beat of Weary Feet: Right to Work Movements in the 1890s and 1930s’, in V. Burgmann and J. Lee (eds), Staining the Wattle: A People’s History of Australia, Melbourne, McPhee Gribble/Penguin, 1988, pp. 205-220.

Articles in Refereed Journals

Scates, B., Tiernan, C. and Wheatley, R., ‘The Railway Men: Prisoner Journeys through the traumascapes of World War II’, Journal of War and Culture Studies, vol. 7, no. 3, August 2014, pp. 206-222.

Scates, B. and Bongiorno, F., Laura James and Rebecca Wheatley, ‘”Such a great space of water between us”: Anzac Day in Britain, 1916-39’, Australian Historical Studies, vol 45, no. 2, 2014, pp. 220-241.

Scates, B. and Oppenheimer, M., ‘”I intend to get justice”: the moral economy of soldier settlement’, Labour History, no 106, May 2014, pp. 229-250.

Scates. B. et.al. ‘Anzac Day at Home and Abroad: Towards a History of Australia’s national day’, History Compass, 10, 2012, pp. 523-526

Scates, B.'[It] ought to be as famous as the Statue of Liberty’: The Forgotten History of Tasmania’s Cenotaph – Australia’s First State War Memorial, Tasmanian Historical Studies, vol 14, 2009, Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, Tasmania, Australia, pp. 53-78

Scates,  B. ”Memorialising Gallipoli: Manufacturing Memory at Anzac, Public History Review, vol 15, 2008.

Scates, B.  ‘Class formation and political change: a Trans-Tasman dialogue’, Labour History, no. 95, 2008, pp. 3-24.

Scates,  B.  ‘The First Casualty in War: A Reply to McKenna and Ward’s ‘Gallipoli Pilgrimage and Sentimental Nationalism”, Australian Historical Studies, no 130. November 2007, pp. 362-371.

Scates,  B. ‘Soldiers’ Journeys: Returning to the Battlefields of the Great War’, Journal of the Australian War Memorial, no 40. 2006

Scates, B. ‘Walking With History: Children, Pilgrimage and War’s Restless Memory’, Australian Cultural History, no. 22, 2004, pp. 33-43.

Scates, B. ‘The Price of War: Labour Historians Confront Military History’, Labour History, No. 84, May 2003, pp. 133- 43.

Scates, B.  ‘In Gallipoli’s Shadow: Pilgrimage, Memory, Mourning and the Great War’, Australian Historical Studies, No. 118, April 2002, pp. 1-24.

Scates, B.  ‘My Brilliant Career and Radicalism’, Australian Literary Studies, Vol. 20, no. 4, October 2002, pp. 370-379.

Scates, B. ‘The Forgotten Sock Knitter: Voluntary Work, Emotional Labour, Bereavement and the Great War’, Labour History, 81, November 2001, pp. 29-51.

B. Scates, ‘Mobilising Manhood:  Gender and the Great Strike of 1890 in Australia and New Zealand’, Gender and History (Cambridge, Mass.), vol. 9, no. 2, August 1997, pp. 285-310.

B. Scates, ‘Challenging the Pioneer Myth in Australia’, Australian Studies, (London), no. 11, April 1997, pp. 52-62.

B.Scates,  ‘”Knowledge is Power”: Radical literary culture and the experience of reading’, Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand, vol. 21, no. 21, 1999, pp.26-47.

B.Scates, ‘”We are not …[A]boriginal … we are Australian:  William Lane, Racism and the Construction of Aboriginality’, Labour History, no. 72, May 1997, pp. 35-49.

B. Scates,  ‘Remaking Our History’, Labour History, no. 67, November, 1994.

Frances, R. and Scates, B.  ‘Is labour history dead?’ Australian Historical Studies, no. 100, April 1993, pp. 470-482.

Scates, B.,  ‘Gender, Household and Community Politics: the 1890 Maritime Strike in Australia and New Zealand’, Labour History, No.61, November 1991, pp.70-87.

Scates, B. ‘Socialism and Manhood:  a Rejoinder’, Labour History, No. 60, May 1991, pp.121-4.

Scates, B. ‘Socialism and Feminism, the Case of William Lane:  A Reply to Marilyn Lake’, in Labour History, No.59, November 1990, pp.72-94.

Scates, B. ‘A Struggle for Survival: Unemployment and the Unemployed Agitation in Late Nineteenth Century Melbourne’, Australian Historical Studies, No.94, April 1990, pp.41-63.

Frances, R. and Scates, B. ‘Honouring the Aboriginal Dead’, Arena, No.86, Autumn 1989, pp.32-51.

Scates, B. ‘A Monument to Murder: Celebrating the Conquest of Aboriginal Australia’, Studies in Western Australian History, Vol.10, April 1989, pp.21-31.

Scates, B. ‘Millennium or Pandemonium:  Radicalism in the Labour Movement, Sydney 1887-1898’, Labour History, No.50, May 1986, pp.72-94. (This was a special commemorative issue of the journal devoted to the ‘new social history’.)

Scates, B., ‘”Wobblers”: Single Taxers in the Labour Movement, Melbourne, 1889-1899’, Historical Studies, No.83, October 1984, pp.174-196.

Frances, R., M.Roper and Scates, B., ‘What Rough Beast? A Review Article’, Journal of Australian Studies, No. 15, November 1984, pp. 72-79.