Book Chapters

 Pocock, Celmara 2013 'Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority: National Parks, Changes in Perception, and Hyper-Reality', in R Delehanty (ed.), Crown Jewels: Great National Parks Around the World and the Challenges They Face, American Association of Museums, Washington DC, pp. 118-35.

Pocock, Celmara 2012 Sense matters: aesthetic values of the Great Barrier Reef. In S Dudley (ed.), Museum Objects: Experiencing the Properties of Things, Routledge, pp. 241-53.

Pocock, Celmara 2009. Entwined Histories: Photography and Tourism at the Great Barrier Reef. In Mike Robinson and David Picard (eds), The Framed World: Tourism, Tourists and Photography: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 185-197.

Pocock, Celmara 2008. Reaching for the Reef: Exploring Place through Touch. In Francis M. Vanclay (ed.), Making Sense of Place: Exploring concepts and expressions of place through different senses and lenses, Canberra: National Museum of Australia, pp. 76-85.

Pocock, Celmara 2006. Sensing Place, Consuming Space: Changing Visitor Experiences of the Great Barrier Reef. In Kevin Meethan, Alison Anderson and Steve Miles (eds), Tourism, Consumption and Representation: Narratives of Place and Self, pp. 94-112. Oxfordshire, UK; Cambridge, USA: CABI Publishers.

Pocock, Celmara 2002. Identifying Social Values in Archival Sources: Change, Continuity and Invention in Tourist Experiences of the Great Barrier Reef. In: Veloso Gomes, Taveira Pinto and Luciana das Neves (eds.), The Changing Coast; pp. 281-290. Porto: Eurocoast/EUCC. 

Published Reports

Pocock, Celmara, Marion Stell, Lucy Frost, Julia Crozier and Simon Ancher  2010  Living Memory and the Interpretation of Heritage: Developing a multimedia interactive to record and store personal stories for use in heritage interpretation and research. STCRC, Gold Coast.

Carlsen, Jack,  Michael Hughes, Warwick Frost, Celmara Pocock and Vicki Peel 2008 Success Factors In Cultural Heritage Tourism Enterprise Management. (ISBN 9781921521119) pp. 52. Gold Coast, QLD: Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism.

Stell, Marion K., Celmara Pocock and Roy Ballantyne 2007. ‘Essential Australia’: Towards a Thematic Framework for the Interpretation of Cultural Heritage in Tourism. pp. 48 (Technical Report to the STCRC). STCRC. ISBN 9781920965327.

Pocock, Celmara 2007 Towards A Cultural Heritage Tourism Research Strategy: Developing Synergies In Australian Heritage And Tourism Research. Technical Report to the STCRC.

Stell, Marion K. and Celmara Pocock 2007.’The End Crowns the Labour’: Interpretation at ‘Brickendon’. pp. 41 (Technical Report to the STCRC). STCRC. ISBN 9781920965105.


Exhibitions and Museum Products

2013 with Randolph Delehanty Crown Jewels: Five Great National Parks Around the World and the Challenges They Face, Presidio Trust, Golden Gate National Parks, San Francisco California.

2010  Living Memory Interpretation Module, produced in conjunction with Dr Marion Stell, Professor Lucy Frost and SoulSolutions for the STCRC. 

Edited Volumes

Spearritt, Peter, Marion Stell, David Carter, Clive McAlpine, Geraldine Mate, Celmara Pocock, Sean Ulm, Geoff Ginn, Owen Powell, Luke Keogh, Trish Barnard and Nicole Bordes 2010 Queensland Historical Atlas: histories, cultures, landscapes. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/

Mulcock, Jane, Celmara Pocock and Yann Toussaint (eds) 2005. Special Issue 17: Australian Anthropologies of the Environment. The Australian Journal of Anthropology 16 (3).

Refereed Journal Articles

2014 Tourism as theatre: performing and consuming indigeneity in an Australian wildlife sanctuary. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/BQiUXiJSPeT4pcK3uixj/full 

Pocock, Celmara 2011. Tactile Landscape: visitors at the Great Barrier Reef. Sensorial Investigations http://www.sensorystudies.org/sensorial-investigations-2/

Pocock, Celmara 2010 Survival: how the landscape impacts on people. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009-10. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/essay/survival-how-landscape-impacts-people, 2010

Pocock, Celmara 2010 Distinctiveness: Islands. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009-10. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/islands.

Pocock, Celmara 2010 A playground for science: Great Barrier Reef. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009-10. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/content/playground-science-great-barrier-reef.

Pocock, Celmara 2010 Visiting the Great Barrier Reef. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009-10. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/content/visiting-great-barrier-reef.

Pocock, Celmara 2006. Tourists Riding Turtles. Australian Zoologist 33 (4): 425-35.

Pocock, Celmara 2006. Authenticity in Cultural Heritage Management and Tourism. Historic Environment 19 (2): 3-8.

Pocock, Celmara 2006. Turtle-Riding on the Great Barrier Reef. Society and Animals 14 (2): 129-146.

Mulcock, Jane, Celmara Pocock and Yann Toussaint 2005. Introduction: Current Directions in Australian Anthropologies of the Environment. The Australian Journal of Anthropology 16 (3): 281-293.

Pocock, Celmara 2005. ‘Blue Lagoons and Coconut Palms’: The Creation of a Tropical Idyll in Australia. The Australian Journal of Anthropology 16 (3): 335-349. 

Pocock, Celmara 2004. Real to Reel Reef: space, place and film on the Great Barrier Reef. In Ferrero-Regis, Tiziana and Albert Moran (eds) Placing the Moving Image, Working Papers in communications No. 3, Griffith University, Brisbane.

Pocock, Celmara 2002. Sense Matters: Aesthetic Values of the Great Barrier Reef. International Journal of Heritage Studies 8 (4).

 

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