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Books

Book chapters

  • Hulsbosch, M. (2015). Mnēmonikos Pateras. In R. Gibson (Ed.), The memory of clothes (pp. 41–46), Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Colonial Influence on the Sarong and Kain in Java.. In J. B. Eicher (Ed.), The Berg Encyclopaedia of World Dress and Fashion. (Vol. 4, pp. 1254–1262), Oxford: Berg Fashion Library Ltd..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Cross-Dressing in Indonesia. In J. B. Eicher (Ed.), The Berg Encyclopaedia of World Dress and Fashion. (Vol. 4, pp. 1270–1278), Oxford: Berg Fashion Library Ltd..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Rites of Passage and Rituals in Indonesia.. In J. B. Eicher (Ed.), The Berg Encyclopaedia of World Dress and Fashion. (Vol. 4, pp. 1194–1213), Oxford: Berg Fashion Library Ltd..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch, Elizabeth Bedford, and Martha Chaiklin. (2009). Asian Material Culture In Context.. In Marianne Hulsbosch (Ed.), Asian Material Culture. (Vol. 2, pp. 9–13), Amsterdam: ICAS / Amsterdam University Press..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2009). Fluttering Like Flowers In A Summer's Breeze.. In Marianne Hulsbosch (Ed.), Asian Material Culture. (Vol. 2, pp. 165–190), Amsterdam: ICAS / Amsterdam University Press..
  • Robyn Gibson & Marianne Hulsbosch. (2006). The Art of Visual Inquiry. In Knowles, Cole, Neilsen & Luciani (Ed.), Arts Informed Inquiry Tornoto: Backalong Books.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2004). The Power Of Ethnic Ambonese Underear. In Sharrad, P and Collett, A (Eds.), Reinventing Textiles Bristol: Nicholson Museum, University of Sydney.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2004). Ambonese Underwear: Ethnic Indentity Contruction in Dutch Colonial Times. In Anne Collett & Paul Sharrad (Ed.), Reinventing Textiles (pp. 37–50), London: Telos.
  • Marianne Husbosch. (2002). Design and Technology Education in Primary Schools in NSW, Australia. In Jãrvinen, Lindh, Sããskilathi & Twyford (Ed.), Technology Education in Practice (pp. 97–106), Oulu: Yliopistopaino University..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2002). The Futures Field in Design and Technology Education. In Jãrvinen, Lindh, Sããskilathi & Twyford (Ed.), Technology Education in Practice (pp. 107–112), Oulu: Yliopistopaino University..

Journal articles

  • Hulsbosch, M. (in press). It's a Wrap: Materialising Power. Textiles Asia Journal, 14(1).
  • Hulsbosch, M. (2020). Merging Identities: The Ambonese Collar. TAASA Review, 29(1), 22–23.
  • Hulsbosch, M. (2014). Celebrating 20 Years of textile study (Editorial). TAASA Review , 23(3).
  • Novak, K. & Hulsbosch, M. (2013). Examining museum education kits using a cultural capital lens: the positioning of Visual Arts teachers and their students within museum education kits. International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 5(3), 37–49.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2006). Fashionable Studies: A Method for Analysing Dress and Adornment. Journal of the Home Economics Institute of Australia, 13(3), 2–9.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2006). Ambonese Bridal Wear. Textiles Society of Hong Kong, 4(14), 5–9.

Conference papers

  • Hulsbosch, M. (2018). The Japanese Blues. In Jackie Menzies The TAASA Colour Symposium. UNSW Sydney, 25 August 2018.
  • Hulsbosch, M. (2018). They shall walk in black—the blackness of God's destruction . In Textile Society of America’s 16th Biennial Symposium The Social Fabric: Deep Local to Pan Global . Vancouver Canada, 19-23 September 2018.
  • Hulsbosch, M. & Gibson, R. . (2016). How do we become socially just beings through the arts?. In Education & Social Justice: Educating for Equality Within & Across Borders, 8th Asian Conference on Education.. KOBE, Japan, 20 – 23 October 2016.
  • Hulsbosch, M. (2015). Give a girl the right shoes, and she can conquer the world . In International Convention of Asian Scholars 9 . Adelaide, 5-9 July 2015.
  • Hulsbosch, M. (2013). Headhunters' Cloth: Materializing Power. In Dr Ricardo Mak Annual International Conference on Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCS 2013). Singapore, 9-10 December 2013.
  • Hulsbosch, M. (2013). Material Culture. In Dr Ricardo Mak Annual International Conference on Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCS 2013). Singapore, 9-10 December 2013.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Exploring Multiculturalism Using Arts-Based Education. In The 5th International Arts in Society Conference (5). Sydney, 22-25 July 2010.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2010). Multicultural Education Through Arts-Based Learning And Teaching. In Kunyung Kang Sharing Common Ideals and Learning from Different Experiences (5). Hanyang University, Seoul, 14-15 May 2010.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2008). Visual Literacy: Exploring Australian Indigenous Literacies.. In Teaching English and the Arts in the 21st Century Conference: Action, Imagination, Engagement.. Sydney, September, 2008.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2008). They shall walk in black forever, because they were found unworthy’. In Art Association of Australia and New Zealand annual conference AAANZ: Alpha Alpha Alpha November Zulu, Brisbane, 2008.AAANZ: Alpha Alpha Alpha November Zulu. Brisbane, November 2008.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2007). Cleanliness in the Moluccas. In Professor Kees van Dijk The 21st KITLV International Workshop on Southeast Asian Studies: Conceptions of Cleanliness. KITLV, Leiden, 28-30 August 2007.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2007). Undressing Colonial History: Changing Colonial Identities as Depicted in Children's Primary School Texts. In Fashion in Fiction. UTS Sydney, 26-27 May 2007.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2007). Does the Devil Wear Black? Identity Construction in a Dutch Colonial Religious Context. In The 5th International Convention of Asian Scholars: Sharing a Future in Asia. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia., 2-6 August 2007 .
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2006). Of brutes and brides: Displaying a distinct ethnic identity in a colonial context. In Vickers, Adrian & Hanlon, Margaret Asia Reconstructed: Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2006, Wollongong, Australia. Wollongong, 26-29th June 2006.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Religious Christian Dress Development in Dutch Colonial Times. In Dr Paul van de Velde The 4th International Convention of Asian Scholars.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Barbarians and Brides. In The Annual Conference of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Achieving excellence in teaching through practitioner research using design and technology education processes. In C. Benson, S. Lawson and W. Till (pp. 61–64).
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Transforming our Practice: The Use of Negotiated Arts Experiences. In The Australian Institute of Art Education Conference: New Directions in Australian Art Education.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2005). Technology Education: The Chinese Proposal. In The International Technology Education Symposium 2.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2004). A Rural Experience: Art Student Teacher's Learning in a Rural Context. In The International Conference on Education.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2004). Technology Education: The Way Foreward. In The International Technology Education Symposium 1..
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2003). The Influences And Meaning Of Traditional Christian Ambonese Dress In Religious Context. In Museum Nasional Jakarta The Traditional Textiles of Indonesia, Weaving of Nusantara Symposium.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2003). Dress and Identity Construction in a Dutch Colonial Context. In Making an Appearance: Fashion, Dress and Consumption Conference.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2002). Outward Identity Construction: Fabrications of the Self. In Fabrications of the Post Colonial.
  • Marianne Hulsbosch and Rob Staples. (2001). Is there a place for futures education in design and technology?. In Quality in the Making Conference, Center for Research In Primary Technology (CRIPT) (pp. 96–100).
  • Marianne Hulsbosch and Jenny Ching. (2001). Developing Design. In Quality in the Making Conference Center for Research In Primary Technology (CRIPT) (pp. 38–45).
  • Marianne Hulsbosch. (2000). Creative and Critical Thinking in the Primary Design and Technology Classroom. In The International Design and Technology Teachers Conference.

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