Dr Harry Freemantle has published in a range of journals and published two books, as well as editing several others. His most recent writings include an article and the joint editing of Studies in Western Australian History Vol 33. Malcolm Traill and Harry Freemantle (eds) ‘Albany: An Antipodean Arcadia.’ Other articles include ‘Some Additional Knowledge Conditions for Sociology’, with Gary Wickham, Vol. 56, No 6 of Current Sociology, and ‘Frédéric Le Play and 19th Century vision machines’ Sage, History of the Social Sciences. Of special interest to him are visibility technologies, philosophical concepts of space and place, and the human condition through time. Harry has taught Sociology, Australian studies and Law units at Murdoch University and currently teaches a variety of History and Indigenous units for the University of Western Australia, Albany Campus.