Dr Cameron Muir

Visiting Fellow

Research interests

  • Environmental history
  • History of food and agriculture
  • Environmental toxins
  • World history and transboundary environmental justice
  • Aboriginal history
  • History of environment and health
  • History and philosophy of science
  • Muir, C 2014, 'Broken', Environmental Humanities, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 287-290.
  • Muir, C 2014, 'Letter to an Optimistic Future Self', in Kelsey, E. (ed.), Beyond Doom and Gloom: An Exploration through Letters, Deutsches Museum, Germany, pp. 55-57.
  • Muir, C 2014, No triple bypass, no miracle cure, just a long haul back, pp. Online.
  • Muir, C 2014, The Broken Promise of Agricultural Progress: an Environmental History, Routledge, Abingdon and New York.
  • Muir, C 2014, 'Experiments in the Rangelands: White Bodies and Native Invaders', in Jodi Frawley and Iain McCalman (ed.), Rethinking Invasion Ecologies from the Environmental Humanities, Routledge, Abingdon, UK and New York, USA, pp. 100-115.
  • Muir, C. 2012, 'Marrying Health and Agriculture.' Griffith REVIEW Edition 36: What is Australia For?, 150-65.
  • Muir, C. 2012. Preserved for the people for all time, Inside Story, February, http://inside.org.au/preserved-for-the-people-for-all-time/
  • Muir, C. 2012, 'Inland thirsts for ideas', Canberra Times, 28 January, pp.
  • Muir, C 2010, 'Essay: Feeding the world', Griffith Review, vol. 27, pp. 59-73.
  • Muir, C, Rose, D & Sullivan, P 2010, 'From the other side of the knowledge frontier: Indigenous knowledge, social-ecological relationships and new perspectives', The Rangeland Journal, vol. 32, pp. 259-265.
  • Muir, C 2009, 'The Opera House of the West', Australian Humanities Review, vol. 47, pp. 55-65.
  • Muir, C 2009, 'Book Review: A Vision for Australia's Water', Historical Records of Australian Science, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 278-280.