Postdoctoral Fellow

Dr Jarrod Ray Hore

Arts,Design & Architecture
Humanities & Languages

Jarrod Hore is an environmental historian of settler colonial landscapes, nature writing, and geology, and is currently postdoctoral fellow with the New Earth Histories Research Program, University of New South Wales, Sydney. His work on wilderness photography, early environmentalism, and the Romantic tradition in the antipodes has been published inAustralian Historical Studies and History Australia. His first book, Visions of Nature: How Landscape Photography Shaped Settler Colonialism is forthcoming with University of California Press. 


  • Journal articles | 2020
    Dr Jarrod Ray Hore
    Hore J, 2020, 'The Convict Valley: The Bloody Struggle on Australia's Early Frontier', AUSTRALIAN HISTORICAL STUDIES, vol. 51, pp. 497 - 499,
    Journal articles | 2020
    Dr Jarrod Ray Hore
    Hore J, 2020, 'Pete Minard on scientific practice, changing environments and species acclimatisation', History Australia, vol. 17, pp. 578 - 580,
    Journal articles | 2019
    Dr Jarrod Ray Hore
    Hore J, 2019, 'Capturing terra incognita: Alfred burton, ‘maoridom’ and wilderness in the king country', Australian Historical Studies, vol. 50, pp. 188 - 211,
    Journal articles | 2017
    Dr Jarrod Ray Hore
    Hore J, 2017, '‘Beautiful Tasmania’: environmental consciousness in John Watt Beattie’s romantic wilderness', History Australia, vol. 14, pp. 48 - 66,