Kerry Heckenberg is currently an active research member in the School of Communication and Arts at the University of Queensland with experience in teaching both science (physiology) and art history at this university.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2011). The statue of Zeus at Olympia and the iconography of power and majesty in European, American and Australian art. In Janette McWilliam, Sonia Puttock, Tom Stevenson and Rashna Tarapolewalla (Ed.), The statue of Zeus at Olympia: New approaches (pp. 189-208) Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2008). Traffic in pictures: The circulation of imagery in nineteenth-century Australian art and illustrations. In Sue Thomas (Ed.), Victorian Traffic: Identity, Exchange, Performance (pp. 192-212) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2008). Vulgar art: issues of genre and modernity in the reception of the flower paintings of Ellis Rowan. In Robert Dixon and Veronica Kelly (Ed.), Impact of the Modern: Vernacular Modernities in Australia 1870s-1960s (pp. 75-90) Sydney: Sydney University Press.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2015) Nude Bathing Scenes as an Australian Pastoral Mode: strategies and tactics in Australian art around the turn of the twentieth century. Australian Literary Studies, 30 2: 78-93.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2015) Visions of Colonial Grandeur: John Twycross at Melbourne's International Exhibitions, Melbourne.. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 61 1: 137-137.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2014) Retrieving an archive: Brook Andrew and William Blandowski's Australien in 142 Photographischen Abbildungen. Journal of Art Historiography, 11: .
Heckenberg, Kerry (2013) 'A penchant for picture making': Alfred Coleman and his watercolour sketches. Fryer Folios, 8 1: 3-6.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2012) Exactitude and pleasure: late nineteenth-century Australian pictorial atlases and their illustrations. Script and Print, 36 4: 213-229.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2011) Shifting terrain: Vision and visual representation in Our Antipodes (1852) and Australia Terra Cognita (1855--6). Journal of Australian Studies, 35 3: 373-388. doi:10.1080/14443058.2011.593537
Heckenberg, Kerry (2011) A lady's point of view: Female curiosity and Mrs Allan Macpherson's experiences in Australia (1860). Journal of Australian Colonial History, 13 125-150.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2010) Queensland's own sea monster: a curious tale of loss and regret. Queensland Historical Atlas: Histories, Cultures, Landscapes, 2009-2010 .
Heckenberg, Kerry (2010) The King of the Sea and other stories of prehistoric life at the University of Queensland. reCollections, 5 1: .
Heckenberg, Kerry (2010) Out of the frying pan: Voyaging to Queensland in 1863 on board the Fiery Star. Queensland Review, 17 2: 37-52.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2009) Review - Australian Pastoral: The Making of a White Landscape by Jeanette Hoorn. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 9 1/2: 243-246.
Heckenberg, K. (2007) Photography and exploration: Issues related to the uptake of photography in Australian exploration. Journal of Australian Colonial History, 9 155-188.
Heckenberg, K. A. (2006) '...bringing facts into some connexion with each other...': Ludwig Becker's Narrative Strategies in his Burke and Wills Illustrations. The La Trobe Journal, 77 Autumn: 68-88.
Heckenberg, K. A. (2006) Conflicting visions: the art and life of William George Wilson (1849 - 1924), Anglo-Australian gentleman-painter. Queensland Review, 13 1: 1-21.
Heckenberg, K A (2006) Masters and Moderns: Tradition, Modernity and the Role of Two Australian Artisits' Self-Portraits from the Interwar Period. Crossings, 10.3/11.1: 1-12.
Heckenberg, K. A. (2005) Contingencies of Colonial Fame: William Wilson of Pilton, forgotten early Queensland squatter and former Member of the Queensland Legislative Council. University of Queensland Historical Proceedings, 16 21-32.
Heckenberg, K. (2005) Thomas Mitchell and the Wellington caves: The relationship among science, religion, and aesthetics in early-nineteenth-century Australia. Victorian Literature And Culture, 33 1: 203-218. doi:10.1017/S106015030500080X
Heckenberg, K. A. (2004) "Monarch of all I surveyed and lord of the fowl and the brute" or man of science: The dilemma of the explorer in nineteenth-century Australia. Australasian Victorian Studies Journal, 9 67-88.
Heckenberg, K. (2000) The poetry and portraiture of a national landscape: The 1913 Federal Capital site landscape competition. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, 1 2: 80-98.
Heckenberg, Kerry (1997) What Sir Thomas Mitchell omits from his Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia (1848. Journal of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland, 16 6: 249-258.
Heckenberg, K.A. (2004). The nineteenth-century Australian exploration journal and pleasurable instruction. In: P. Eggert and E. Webby, Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Australia & New Zealand. Books & empire: Textual production, distribution and consumption in colonial and postcolonial countries, Sydney, Australia, (93-110). 30 Jan - 1 Feb, 2003.
Heckenberg, Kerry (2002). The art and science of exploration: A study of genre, vision and visual representation in nineteenth century journals and reports of Australian inland exploration PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland.