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    Thomas, Sarah (2018) Envisaging a future for slavery: Agostino Brunias and the imperial politics of labor and reproduction. Eighteenth-Century Studies , ISSN 0013-2586. (In Press)

    Thomas, Sarah (2014) Book review: Marcus Wood, "Black Milk: Imagining Slavery in the Visual Cultures of Brazil and America" (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013). Journal of American Studies 48 (04), pp. 1103-1104. ISSN 0021-8758.

    Thomas, Sarah (2013) The spectre of empire in the British art museum. Museum History Journal 6 (1), pp. 105-121. ISSN 1936-9816.

    Thomas, Sarah (2011) "On the Spot": travelling artists and Abolitionism, 1770-1830. Atlantic Studies 8 (2), pp. 213-232. ISSN 1478-8810.

    Book Review

    Thomas, Sarah (2018) Bernard Smith: The Legacies of Bernard Smith: Essays on Australian Art, History and Cultural Politics. [Book Review]

    Thomas, Sarah (2018) The Legacies of Bernard Smith. Essays on Australian Art, History and Cultural Politics. By Jaynie Anderson, Christopher R. Marshall and Andrew Yip, editor(s). 370 pp. incl. 44 col. + 5 b. & w. ills. (Power Publications in association with the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2016), A$39.99. 9780994306432 (paperback). [Book Review] (Submitted)

    Book Section

    Thomas, Sarah (2020) The art of travel in the name of science: mobility and erasure in the art of Flinders’s Australian voyage, 1801-03. In: Lambert, D. and Merriman, P. (eds.) Empire and Mobility in the Long Nineteenth Century. Studies in Imperialism. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press. ISBN 9781526126382. (In Press)

    Thomas, Sarah (2016) Creating a national identity: Australia's Impressionist landscapes. In: Thomas, Sarah and Riopelle, C. and Bonyhady, T. and Goudie, A. and Tunnicliffe, W. and Taylor, A.J. (eds.) Australia's Impressionists. London, UK: Yale University Press and The National Gallery Press, pp. 43-50. ISBN 9781857096125.

    Thomas, Sarah (2015) Allegorizing extinction: Humboldt, Darwin and the valedictory image. In: Brauer, Fae and Keshavjee, Serena (eds.) Picturing Evolution and Extinction. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN 9781443872539.

    Thomas, Sarah (2014) The artist travels: Augustus Earle at sea. In: Cusack, T. (ed.) Framing the Ocean: Envisaging The Sea As A Social Space. Basingstoke, UK: Ashgate, pp. 71-84. ISBN 9781409465683.

    Thomas, Sarah (2013) Violence and memory: slavery in the museum. In: Rycroft, D.J. (ed.) World Art and the Legacies of Colonial Violence. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, pp. 113-132. ISBN 9781409455882.

    Thomas, Sarah (2009) The Wanderer, the Slave and the Aboriginal: Augustus Earle in Rio de Janeiro and Sydney in the 1820s. In: Anderson, J. (ed.) Crossing Cultures: Conflict, Migration and Convergence. Carlton, Australia: Miegunyah Press. ISBN 9780522857108.

    Thomas, Sarah (2009) Slavery, a "Scandal to Christian Nations": Charles Darwin, Augustus Earle and the compass of morality. In: Hoorn, J. (ed.) Reframing Darwin: Evolution and Art in Australia. Carlton, Australia: Melbourne University Publishing. ISBN 9780522856842.

    Book

    Thomas, Sarah (2019) Witnessing slavery: art and travel in the age of abolition. London, UK: Yale University Press. ISBN 9781913107055. (In Press)

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