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Callisen, Christian Thorsten (2014) 'To the great aid of our memory' : Georg Calixtus on the Study of History. In Callisen, Christian Thorsten (Ed.) Reading and Writing History from Bruni to Windschuttle : Essays in Honour of Gary Ianziti. Ashgate, Farnham ; Burlington, VT, pp. 105-124.
Callisen, Christian Thorsten & Adkins, Barbara (2011) Pre-digital Virtuality: Early Modern Scholars and the Republic of Letters. In Park, David W., Jankowski, Nicholas W., & Jones, Steve (Eds.) The Long History of New Media: Technology, Historiography, and Contextualizing Newness. Peter Lang, New York, pp. 55-72.
Ianziti, Gary (2002) Unpacking the codpiece. In Pearce, Sharyn & Muller, Vivienne (Eds.) Manning the next millennium : studies in masculinities. Black Swan Press, Australia, Western Australia, Perth, pp. 29-39.
Ianziti, Gary J. (2007) Challenging chronicles: Leonardo Bruni's history of the Florentine people. In Dale, Sharon, Williams Lewin, Alison, & Osheim, Duane J. (Eds.) Chronicling history : chroniclers and historians in medieval and Renaissance Italy. Pennsylvania State University Press, United States of America, Pennsylvania, pp. 249-272.
Ainsworth, John S. (2001) British Security Policy in Ireland 1920-1921. Australian Journal of Irish Studies, 1, pp. 176-190.
Ainsworth, John S. (2002) Kevin Barry, the incident at Monk's Bakery and the making of an Irish Republican legend. History, 87(287), pp. 372-387.
Callisen, Christian Thorsten (2012) Georg Calixtus, Isaac Casaubon, and the Consensus of Antiquity. Journal of the History of Ideas, 73(1), pp. 1-23.
Ianziti, Gary (2008) Leonardo Bruni, the Medici, and the Florentine histories. Journal of the History of Ideas, 69(1), pp. 1-22.
Riviere, Janine (2003) "Visions of the night": The reform of popular dream beliefs in early modern England. Parergon, 20(1), pp. 109-138.
Ainsworth, John S. (2001) The Black & Tans and Auxiliaries in Ireland, 1920-1921: Their Origins, Roles and Legacy. In Annual Conference of the Queensland History Teachers' Association, May 12 2001, May 12th 2001, Brisbane, Queensland.. (Unpublished)
Ainsworth, John S. (2000) British Security Policy in Ireland, 1920-1921: A Desperate Attempt by the Crown to Maintain Anglo-Irish Unity by Force. In 11th Irish-Australian Conference, April 25th-30th 2000, Murdoch University, Perth. (Unpublished)
Ainsworth, John S. (1998) The Russian General Staff in 1917: Commitment to the war effort versus the provisional government's changing political agenda. In XXIV Conference of the Study Group on the Russian Revolution, January 4th, 1998, January 4th 1998, University of Leeds. (Unpublished)
Callisen, Christian T. & Adkins, Barbara A. (2010) The old face of 'new' social networks : the republic of letters as a virtual community. In IR11.0 : Sustainability, Participation, Action', the 11th Annual Conference for the Association of Internet Researchers, 21-23 Oct 2010, Gothenburg, Sweden. (Unpublished)
Callisen, Christian Thorsten (2011) Scientia temporum & rerum : History or Antiquarianism? The collection of examples in Georg Calixtus' De studio historiarum oratio (1629). In Historiography and Antiquarianism, August 12-14, 2011, Sydney. (Unpublished)
Ianziti, Gary (2002) Pawn of War: Memory and Change in the Twentieth Century. In Hanna, B, Woodley, E, Buys, E, & Summerville, J (Eds.) Social Change in the 21st Century Conference Proceedings: Refereed Conference Papers, 22 November 2002, Brisbane, Queensland.
Callisen, Christian Thorsten (2011) Review of Collaboration and Interdisciplinarity in the Republic of Letters : Essays in Honour of Richard G. Maber, edited by Paul Scott. Renaissance Studies, 25(4), pp. 592-593.
Callisen, Christian Thorsten (2010) Review of Mind Matters: Studies of Medieval and Early Modern Intellectual History in Honour of Marcia Colish, edited by Cary J. Nederman, Nancy Van Deusen, and E. Ann Matter. Parergon, 27(2), pp. 254-256.