Dr. Shirleene Robinson is an Australian historian who has focused mainly on the employment of Aboriginal children in Australia's past. She has also published some research in the area of Indigenous child removals and homophobia. Her Ph.D. and postgraduate studies were undertaken at the University of Queensland and she has taught as a visiting fellow at the University of Wales, Lampeter. She presently teaches history and Australian popular culture in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Bond University on Australia's Gold Coast.
Something like slavery? Queensland's Aboriginal child workers, 1842-1945 (Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Press, 2008)
(editor) Homophobia: An Australian History (Annandale, New South Wales: Federation Press, 2008)