Position/s

Senior Lecturer
American Studies

Publications

  • Palmer, D. and Fazio, D. (2004). The Australian response to North Korean foreign policy (Australia no taikitachousen gaikou) In Sugita Yone, ed. WHAT IS THE STATE OF JAPANESE-KOREAN RELATIONS? VIEWPOINTS FROM THE PACIFIC REGION (DOU SURU NICHICHOU KANKEI) Tokyo, Japan: Liberta Publishing, pp. 168-199.
  • Palmer, D. (2004). An anarchist with a program: east coast shipyard workers, the Labor Left, and the origins of Cold War Unionism. In William Issel, Robert W. Cherny, Kieran Walsh Taylor, ed. American labor and the Cold War: grassroots politics and postwar political culture. Piscataway, NJ, USA: Rutgers University Press, pp. 85-117.
  • Palmer, D. (2002). Wills, Sir Kenneth Agnew (1896 - 1977) In John Ritchie and Diane Langmore (eds), ed. Australian Dictionary of Biography. Carlton, VIC: Melbourne University Press, pp. 559-561.
  • Palmer, D. (2008). Korean Hibakusha, Japan's Supreme Court and the International Community: Can the US and Japan Confront Forced Labor and Atomic Bombings. In International NGO Conference on History and Peace. Seoul, Republic of KoreaInternational NGO Conference on History and Peace. Seoul, Republic of Korea. Oct 2008.
  • Palmer, D. (2001). Misunderstanding Australian Labour: Samuel Gompers, Billy Hughes and the Debate over Compulsory Arbitration. In Hood, R; Markey, R, ed. Proceedings of the 7th National Australian Labour History Conference. Canberra: Australian Society for the Study of Labour History. 7th National Australian Labout History Conference. Canberra, ACT. Apr 2001.
  • Palmer, D. (2006). A sociology of work in Japan. Journal of Japanese Studies, 26(3) pp. 378-380.
  • Palmer, D. (2006). Fujita-Rony, Dorothy B. 'American Workers, Colonial Power: Philippine Seattle and the Transpacific West, 1919-1941' (book review) Labour History, 91 pp. 215-216.
  • Palmer, D. (2006). Waterfront Revolts: New York and London Dockworkers, 1946-61. Labor History, 90 pp. 246-249.
  • Palmer, D. (2005). Chimes of freedom: The politics of Bob Dylan's art. Australasian Journal of American Studies, 24(1) pp. 106-109.
  • Palmer, D. (2005). Ghost Wars by Steve Coll (Book review) Asian Studies Review, 29(1) pp. 94-96.
  • Palmer, D. (2004). Dan Rottenberg, 'In the kingdom of coal: an American family and the rock that changed the world' (book review) Enterprise and Society, 5(4) pp. 719-721.
    [10.1093/es/khh098]
  • Palmer, D. and Fazio, D. (2004). Australia's engagement with North Korea: partner in Japanese diplomacy or American belligerence? The Journal of Pacific Asia, 11(1) pp. 125-149.
  • Palmer, D. (2003). Michelle Brattain, The politics of whiteness: race, workers, and culture in the modern South (Review) Australasian Journal of American Studies, 22(2) pp. 122-125.
  • Palmer, D., Fazio, D. and Takai, Y. (2003). Australia's engagement with North Korea: partner in Japanese diplomacy or American belligerence? The Journal of Pacific Asia,
  • Palmer, D. (2003). Paul Hendrix, 'Sir Henri Deterding and Royal Dutch-Shell: changing control of world oil, 1900-1940' (book review) Enterprise and Society, 4(4) pp. 719-720.
    [10.1093/es/khg057]
  • Palmer, D. (2001). Capital Moves: RCA's 70 Year Quest for Cheap Labour by Jefferson Cowie (Cornell University Press) - Book Review. Enterprise and Society, 2 pp. 175-177.
  • Palmer, D. (2001). Critical Masses: Opposition to Nuclear Power in California, 1958-1978 by Thomas Raymond Wellock (University of Wisconsin Press) - Book Review. Australasian Journal of American Studies, 20 pp. 109-112.
  • Palmer, D. (2001). Injustice in Black and White: Ian Callinan's and Don Fuller's Novels Rewrite Australian History. Overland, 162 pp. 21-34.
  • Palmer, D. (2001). Towards a Global Labor History (published in both English and Japanese) The Sanken Ronshu (Industrial and Business Review) 1(24) pp. 1-34.
  • Palmer, D. (2005). Them and Us - The U.S.-Australia Alliance. Adelaide Voices. April/May pp. 10-10.
  • Palmer, D. (2004). Bill Clinton's America: A Review of 'My Life' by Bill Clinton. Arena Magazine. 74 pp. 40-41.
  • Palmer, D. (2001). Justice and Development, not war, is the Answer. Japan Today, Nov 12 2001.
  • Palmer, D. (2013). Japanese and Korean/Chinese Reconciliation through Experience-based Cultural Interaction. Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, 1(1) pp. 17-38.
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  • Palmer, D. (2009). Last days of empire: DeLillo's America and Murakami's Japan. Transnational Literature, 2(1) pp. 1-13.
    [Web Link]
  • Palmer, D. (2008). Korean Hibakusha, Japan's Supreme Court and the International Community: Can the U.S. and Japan Confront Forced Labor and Atomic Bombing? The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus,
    [Web Link]
  • Palmer, D. (2006). The straits of dead souls: one man's investigation into the disappearance of Mitsubishi Hiroshima's Korean forced labourers. Japanese Studies, 26(3) pp. 335-351.
    [10.1080/10371390600986702]
  • Palmer, D. (2005). 'What might have been': Bill Clinton and american political power. Australasian Journal of American Studies, 24(1) pp. 38-58.
    [Web Link]
  • Palmer, D. (2013). Japanese and Korean/Chinese Reconciliation through Experience-based Cultural Interaction. Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, 1(1) pp. 17-38.
    [Web Link]
  • Palmer, D. (2009). Last days of empire: DeLillo's America and Murakami's Japan. Transnational Literature, 2(1) pp. 1-13.
    [Web Link]
  • Palmer, D. (2008). Korean Hibakusha, Japan's Supreme Court and the International Community: Can the U.S. and Japan Confront Forced Labor and Atomic Bombing? The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus,
    [Web Link]
  • Palmer, D. (2006). The straits of dead souls: one man's investigation into the disappearance of Mitsubishi Hiroshima's Korean forced labourers. Japanese Studies, 26(3) pp. 335-351.
    [10.1080/10371390600986702]
  • Palmer, D. (2005). 'What might have been': Bill Clinton and american political power. Australasian Journal of American Studies, 24(1) pp. 38-58.
    [Web Link]
  • Palmer, D. and Fazio, D. (2004). The Australian response to North Korean foreign policy (Australia no taikitachousen gaikou) In Sugita Yone, ed. WHAT IS THE STATE OF JAPANESE-KOREAN RELATIONS? VIEWPOINTS FROM THE PACIFIC REGION (DOU SURU NICHICHOU KANKEI) Tokyo, Japan: Liberta Publishing, pp. 168-199.
  • Palmer, D. (2004). An anarchist with a program: east coast shipyard workers, the Labor Left, and the origins of Cold War Unionism. In William Issel, Robert W. Cherny, Kieran Walsh Taylor, ed. American labor and the Cold War: grassroots politics and postwar political culture. Piscataway, NJ, USA: Rutgers University Press, pp. 85-117.
  • Palmer, D. (2002). Wills, Sir Kenneth Agnew (1896 - 1977) In John Ritchie and Diane Langmore (eds), ed. Australian Dictionary of Biography. Carlton, VIC: Melbourne University Press, pp. 559-561.
  • Palmer, D. (2006). A sociology of work in Japan. Journal of Japanese Studies, 26(3) pp. 378-380.
  • Palmer, D. (2006). Waterfront Revolts: New York and London Dockworkers, 1946-61. Labor History, 90 pp. 246-249.

Expertise for media contact

Subject Titles

  • International Relations
  • Japan
  • Politics
  • Race relations
  • United States of America

Interests

  • International Politics US relations with Asia
  • Music Blues, Jazz, Classical
  • War History of nuclear weapons
  • Japan politics, history, social movements, Hiroshima/Nagasaki atomic bombings
  • United States American society, current social movements, trade unions, issues related to race, ethnicity and economic class

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