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    Thomas, Sarah and Eaton, N. (2021) Swollen detail, or what a vessel might give: Agostino Brunias and the visual and material culture of colonial Dominica. Atlantic Studies , ISSN 1478-8810.

    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) 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)

    Editorial/Introduction

    Thomas, Sarah and Senior, Emily (2021) Colonial ways of seeing: Caribbean visual cultures 1750–1900. [Editorial/Introduction] (In Press)

    Book Section

    Thomas, Sarah (2021) ‘La esclavitud en Rio de Janeiro a través de la mirada europea: Rugendas, Earle y Debret en los albores de la independencia de Brasil’. In: Diener, P. and Costa, F. (eds.) Rugendas: El Artista Viajero. Santiago, Chile: Ediciones Biblioteca Nacional de Chile, pp. 49-71. ISBN 9789562445160.

    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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