AIHGS has published monographs, newsletters and occasional pieces, operated courses in genocide history at several universities in Sydney, conducted inservice days for educators in conjunction with the Sydney Jewish Museum, provided historical research assistance for the Armenian, Assyrian and Pontian Greek communities and published a series entitled "Genocide Perspectives". (Vol 1 - 1997 [out of print]; Vol 2 - 2002; Vol 3 - 2006; Vol 4 - 2012).
I have had several essays published in GP Volumes 2,3 and 4. The first essay was on KL Majdanek and drew from my research into the war history of an Australian soldier, Max Sawyer who was captured by the Germans in Greece in April 1941 and who spent the rest of the war in a number of stalags and finally disappeared into a straflager (punishment camp - illegal under the Geneva Convention) sometime in 1943. Sawyer's family were convinced that he had been in the notorious concentration camp near Lublin - Majdanek. I was not able to prove or disprove the claim. What I did find was the story of an Australian, non-Jew, as far removed from the cultural parameters of European Jew-hatred as could be imagined, carrying memories and behaviour patterns associated with survivors of the camps.
My essay in GP 3 was a survey of the state of research on Pope Pius XII based on my PhD dissertation. GP 4 contains my essay "The Vatican, the Holocaust and the Archives" an examination of some of the issues surrounding the availability of documents and the underuse of material that has been in the public domain for many years, namely ADSS.
GP 4 is available online via the University of Technology, Sydney (see link above).