George Main works as a curator and environmental historian at the National Museum of Australia. Much of his work has examined how people imagine and engage with rural places.
Recent Selected Publications
- Main, G. ‘Turbulence - a note from Scottsdale’ in John Reid and George Main (eds), Scottsdale, ANU School of Art, Canberra 2007.
- Main, G. ‘Pinchgut Creek’, Australian Humanities Review, Issue 39-40, September 2006.
- Main, G. Heartland: the regeneration of rural place, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2005.
- Main, G. ‘Red Steers and White Death: fearing nature in rural Australia’, Australian Humanities Review, Issue 33, August-October 2004.
- Main, G. ‘Pathways’, in Mandy Martin (ed.), Land$cape: Gold & Water, Land and Water Australia, Canberra, 2003.
- Main, G. Gunderbooka: a ‘stone country’ story, Resource Policy & Management, Kingston, 2000.
- Main, G. Of Beauty Rich and Rare: fifty years of CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology, CSIRO Wildlife and Ecology, Canberra, 1999.