Museum Victoria undertakes research in order to contribute to a deeper understanding and appreciation of the origins, diversity and development of Australia's natural, cultural and scientific heritage, and applies this knowledge for the benefit of society.
Memoirs of Museum Victoria
Once a year, the museum publishes papers on original research in the natural sciences pertinent to Victoria and/or the museum's collections
Play and Folklore
Published bi-annually between 1981 and 2016, the Play and Folklore publication was used as a forum for discussion about childhood and children's culture.
Museum Victoria Science Reports
Natural science-based papers prepared by museum staff to fulfil reporting obligations for specific projects, or to make available taxonomic lists assembled from primary sources.
Owning Racism - Can we talk? Symposium Report
A Symposium hosted by the Immigration Museum on 23 and 24 August, 2012.
Authors: Symposium Co-convenors Tatiana Mauri and Moya McFadzean, February 2013