Kay Cohen is an experienced historian specialising in government administration, the history of organisations, and Queensland's history and cultural heritage. She is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland.
Skills and Services Offered
Historical research and writing
Oral history
Corporate/Institution History
Thesis editing
Heritage consultancy
B.A., B.Soc.Stud., M.A. Ph.D
Professional Interests
Administrative history
Queensland people and places
Cultural heritage
Cultural tourism
Publications and Experience

More Than Surviving: The Story of Boulia (2002)

Heritage trails of the Great South-East, Heritage trails of the Tropical North, and Heritage Trails of the outback (with Howard Pearce and Margaret Cook)

Discovery Guide to the Outback (2003) (contributor)

Character & circumstance: Thirty years of the TAB in Queensland, 1992

People, places & policies: Aspects of Queensland administrative history, 1859-1920 (co-editor, contributor)

Reports on: Mount Isa-Tennant Creek Defence Road; Musgrave Park; History of Winton; Cloncurry-Winton Town Heritage Survey; West End Parks, Hamilton Cold Stores, World War Two sites on the Barkly Highway

Enhancing Access to Justice - the history of Legal Aid Queensland 1979-2004, 2004

Women in the law in Queensland (contributor) (2005)

Numerous papers on administrative history, Queensland history and heritage

Phone Number
07 32675794
07 32675794
Dr Kay Cohen 65 O'Quinn St. Nudgee Beach, Qld 4014

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