Recent Publications

2015 Selected Publications

Books
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F, Kradolfer, S 2015, The Politics of Identity in Latin American Censuses, Routledge (Taylor and Francis), UK
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2015, Venezuela Reframed: Bolivarianism, indigenous peoples and socialisms of the 21st century, Zed Books Ltd, London
  • Connor, L H 2015, Climate Change and Anthropos: Planet, People and Places, Routledge, London, UK
  • Marshall, J P and Connor, L H 2015, Environmental change and the world’s futures: ecologies, ontologies, mythologies, London, Routledge
Book chapters
  • Ferguson, J 2015, Ethno-nationalism and Participation in Myanmar: Views from Shan State and Beyond. In R Egreteau and F Robinne (eds), Metamorphosis: Studies in Social and Political Change in Myanmar, NUS Press – National University of Singapore, Singapore, 127-150.
  • Maclean, N. (2015). Dad! You have to be . . .: Autism, Narrative and Family. In S. Douglas and L. Stirling (eds),  Children’s Play, Pretense, and Story: Studies in Culture, Context, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Routledge: London, UK.
Refereed Articles
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2015, Epistemologa, poder y cultura en las antropologas del sur: la mirada de Esteban Krotz, AIBR, Revista de Antropología Iberoamericana (Journal of Iberoamerican Anthropology), 10(1), 9-26
  • Attenbrow, V J, Hiscock, P D 2015, Dates and demography: are radiometric dates a robust proxy for long-term prehistoric demographic change?, Archaeology in Oceania, 50(Supplement S1), 29-35Schram, R 2015, A Society Divided: Death, Personhood and Christianity in Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea, HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 5(1), 317-337
  • Burbidge, B 2015, 'We are kangaroo. We have the owl': Linguistic and emotional clues for the meanings of the bush in changing Wiradjuri being and relatedness, The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 26(3), 414-427
  • Cross, P, Wright, R V 2015, The Nikumaroro bones identification controversy: First-hand examination versus evaluation by proxy - Amelia Earhart found or still missing?, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 3, 52-59
  • Farrell, P C, Hunter, C L, Truong, B, Bunning, M 2015, Control of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Quang Tri Province, Vietnam: Voices from the human-animal interface, Rural and Remote Health, 15(3044), 1-13
  • Ferguson, J 2015, Who's counting? Ethnicity, Belonging, and the National Census in Burma/Myanmar, Bijdragen Tot de Taal-Land-en Volkenkunde, 171(1), 1-28
  • Hunter, C L 2015, The Double Burden: Barriers to socioeconomic inclusion for women with disability in Bangladesh, Disability and Health Journal
  • Mhaka-Mutepfa, M, Hunter, C L 2015, Personal and Social Resourcing in everyday life among Zimbabwean Grandparents in Carer Roles: Influences on their Resilience, Health, and Wellbeing., Qualitative Health Research
  • Ottosson, A 2015, Review of Gender on the Edge: Transgender, Gay, and other Pacific Islanders, Pacific Affairs, 88(4), 968-970
  • Ottosson, A 2015, Review of The SAGE Handbook of Popular Music, Perfect Beat:the Pacific journal of research into contemporary music and popular culture, 16(1-2), 144-147
  • Peters, R 2015, Book Review: Southeast Asian perspectives on power, Asian Ethnicity, 16(1), 110-122
  • Schram, R 2015, Notes on the Sociology of Wantoks in Papua New Guinea, Anthropological Forum, 25(1), 3-20
Refereed Conference Proceedings
  • Cohen, A P 2015, Asian Identities: Trends in a Globalized World, Asian Identities: Trends in a Globalized World, Bangkok, Thailand

2014 Selected Publications

Books
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2014, Democracy, Revolution, and Geopolitics in Latin America: Venezuela and the International Politics of Discontent, Routledge, New York
  • High, H 2014, Fields of Desire: Poverty and Policy in Laos, NUS (National University of Singapore) Press, Singapore
  • Musharbash, Y, Presterudstuen, G 2014, Monster Anthropology in Australasia and Beyond, Palgrave Macmillan, New York
Book chapters
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2014, Democracy, Revolution and Geopolitics: Venezuela and the International Politics of Discontent, In Angosto Ferrandez (ed), Democracy, Revolution, and Geopolitics in Latin America: Venezuela and the International Politics of Discontent, Routledge, New York, 1-12
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2014, Indigenous Peoples, Populist Logics and Polarization: Understanding the Pivotal Role of Indigeneity in Venezuelan Elections, In Angosto Ferrandez (ed), Democracy, Revolution, and Geopolitics in Latin America: Venezuela and the International Politics of Discontent, Routledge, New York, 119-146
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2014, Ordering Discontent: Domestic and International Dynamics of the Bolivarian Revolution, In Angosto Ferrandez (ed), Democracy, Revolution, and Geopolitics in Latin America: Venezuela and the International Politics of Discontent, Routledge, New York, 177-194
  • Cowlishaw, G 2014, Performing Aboriginality: The Politics and Poetics of Citizenship in Everyday Life, In T Neale, C McKinnon and E Vincent (eds), History, Power, Text: Cultural Studies and Indigenous Studies, UTSePress, Sydney, 229-249
  • Cowlishaw, G 2014, True Ethnography, In V Castejon, A Cole, O Haag (eds), Ngapartji Ngapartji In turn in turn: Ego-Histoire, Europe and Indigenous Australia, ANU Press, Canberra, 25, 128-131
  • Eickelkamp, U A 2014, Specters of Reality: Mamu in the Eastern Western Desert of Australia, In Y Musharbash and G Presterudstuen (eds), Monster Anthropology in Australasia and Beyond, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 1, 57-73
  • Ferguson, J 2014, Rock Your Religion: Shan Buddhist Ritual and Stage-Show Revelry in a Contested Zone at the Thai-Burma Border, In J A Marston (ed), Ethnicity, Borders, and the Grassroots Interface with the State: Studies on Southeast Asia in Honor of Charles F. Keyes, Silkworm Books, Chiang Mai, 45-64
  • High, H 2014, Miss Beer Lao (Phou Saw Bia Lao), In J Barker, E Harms, J Lindquist (eds), Figures of Southeast Asian Modernity, University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, 95-97
  • Macdonald, G M, Spruyt, D M 2014, Aboriginal Inequality: The Seemingly Intractable?. In S K Schroeder and L Chester (eds), Challenging the Orthodoxy: Reflections on Frank Stilwell's Contribution to Political Economy, Springer, Berlin, 101-127
  • Musharbash, Y 2014, Here be Kurdaitcha: Towards an Ethnography of the Monstrous on the Margins of a Central Australian Aboriginal Town, In S Montin and E Tsitas (eds), Places and Spaces of Monstrosity, Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford, United Kingdom, 117-124
  • Musharbash, Y 2014, Introduction: Monsters, Anthropology, and Monster Studies, In Y Musharbash and G Presterudstuen (eds), Monster Anthropology in Australasia and Beyond, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 1-24
  • Musharbash, Y 2014, Monstrous Transformations: A Case Study from Central Australia, In Y Musharbash and G Presterudstuen (eds), Monster Anthropology in Australasia and Beyond, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 39-55
Refereed Articles
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2014, From 'cafe con leche' to 'o cafe o leche': national identity, mestizaje and census politics in contemporary Venezuela, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research, 20(3), 373-398
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F, Kradolfer, S 2014, The Politics of Identity in Latin American Censuses: Introduction to a Special Issue, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research, 20(3), 321-327
  • Cohen, A P 2014, Crazy for Ya Ba: Methamphetamine use among northern Thai youth, International Journal of Drug Policy, 25(4), 776-782
  • Cowlishaw, G 2014, Abstracting Anthropology: review essay on James Clifford Returns: Becoming Indigenous in the Twenty-First Century, Harvard, Harvard University Press, 2013. Australian Review of Public Affairs, Digest, August 2014.
  • Cowlishaw, G 2014, Governing Sex: Removing the Right to Take Responsibility, International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 3(1), 35-48
  • Eickelkamp, U A 2014, Dingo, Monster, Rabbit, "I": Personal and Cultural Meanings in Sand Stories by a Young Girl, Central Australia, American Imago: psychoanalysis and the human sciences, 71(2), 99-129
  • Eickelkamp, U A 2014, Formalizing the Interpersonal in Anthropological Field Research, Clio's Psyche: Understanding the "Why" of Culture, Current Events, History, and Society, 20(4), 412-417
  • Ferguson, J 2014, Sexual systems of Highland Burma/Thailand: Sex and gender perceptions of and from Shan male sex workers in northern Thailand, South East Asia Research, 22(1), 23-38
  • Ferguson, J 2014, Terminally Haunted: Aviation Ghosts, Hybrid Buddhist Practices, and Disaster Aversion Strategies Amongst Airport Workers in Myanmar and Thailand, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 15(1), 47-64
  • Ferguson, J 2014, The scramble for the Waste Lands: Tracking colonial legacies, counterinsurgency and international investment through the lens of land laws in Burma/Myanmar, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 35(3), 295-311
  • Gold, M 2014, Healing practices and revolution in socialist Cuba, Social Analysis: international journal of social and cultural practice, 58(2), 42-59
  • High, H, Curran, J R, Robinson, G 2014, Electronic Records of the Air War Over Southeast Asia: A Database Analysis, Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 8(4), 86-124
  • Higginbotham, N, Connor, L H, Baker, F 2014, Subregional differences in Australian climate risk perceptions: coastal versus agricultural areas of the Hunter Valley, NSW, Regional Environmental Change, 14(2), 699-712
  • Hunter, C L, Birden, H, Toribio, J L, Booy, R, Abdurrahman, M, Ambarawati, A, Adiputra, N 2014, Community preparedness for highly pathogenic Avian influenza on Bali and Lombok, Indonesia, Rural and Remote Health, 14(3), 1-17
  • Job, S J 2014, DMT, Ecocide, and the Western Psyche, Clio's Psyche: Understanding the "Why" of Culture, Current Events, History, and Society, 20(4), 422-426
  • Mimica, J F 2014, A Brief Psychoanalytic Ethnography of Speech and Knowledge among the Yagwoia, Clio's Psyche: Understanding the "Why" of Culture, Current Events, History, and Society, 20(4), 427-430
  • Mimica, J F 2014, Of shamanism and planetary crisis, HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 4(2), 319-328
  • Mimica, J F 2014, On academic foucauldian-dramaturgy and modernity in Melanesia, Oceania, 84(1), 53-63
  • Mimica, J F 2014, Reply, Oceania, 84(1), 95-98
  • Mua, M, Beckett, J 2014, Taibobo: Dancing over the Oceans, from Rotuma to Torres Strait and Back Again, Oceania, 84(3), 331-341
  • Musharbash, Y 2014, Review of 'The Social Life of Achievement', American Ethnologist, 41(4), 791-792
  • Schram, R 2014, Only the Names Have Changed: Dialectic and Differentiation of the Indigenous Person in Papua New Guinea, Anthropological Theory, 14(2), 133-152
  • Woronov, T E 2014, Review of 'Figures of Southeast Asian Modernity', American Ethnologist, 41(4)

2013 Selected Publications

Books
  • Adiputra, N, Ambarawati, A, Yusuf, I, Hunter, C L, Toribio, J L, Booy, R, Birden, H 2013, WHO Report: A Community Response to Avian Influenza in Bali Indonesia, Udayama University, Indonesia
  • Morris, B J 2013, Protest, Land Rights and Riots: Postcolonial struggles in Australia in the 1980s, Aboriginal Studies Press, Canberra
  • Muktasam, I, Gerudug, I, Hunter, C L, Toribio, J L, Booy, R, Birden, H 2013, WHO Report: A Community Response to Avian Influenze in Lombok Indonesia, Mataram University, Indonesia
  • Peters, R 2013, Surabaya, 1945-2010: neighborhood, state and economy in Indonesias city of struggle, NUS (National University of Singapore) Press, Singapore
  • Taylor, E 2013, Materializing Poverty: How the Poor Transform their Lives, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc, Maryland, USA
Book chapters
  • Austin-Broos, D J 2013, Economy, change and self-determination: A Central Australian case, In L Ford (ed), Between Indigenous and Settler Governance, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, 108-120
  • Cowlishaw, G 2013, 'Culture', 'Race' and 'Me': Living the Anthropology of Indigenous Australians, In C Shre and S Trnka (eds), Up Close and Personal: On Peripheral Perspectives and the Production of Anthropological Knowledge, Berghahn Books, Oxford, 25, 94-107
  • Cowlishaw, G 2013, Reproducing Criminality; How Cure Enhance Cause, In K Carrington, M Ball, E O’Brien (eds), Crime, Justice and Social Democracy: International Perspectives, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, UK, 234-247
  • High, H 2013, Laos in 2012: In the name of democracy, In D Sing (ed), Southeast Asian Affairs 2013, ISEAS Publishing (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies), Pasir Panjang, Singapore, 2013, 137-152
  • Musharbash, Y 2013, Embodied Meaning: Sleeping Arrangements in Central Australia, In K Glaskin and R Chenhall (eds), Sleep Around the World: Anthropological Perspectives, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 45-60
Refereed Articles
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2013, Anthropology, humanism and civic responsibilities: a conversation with Thomas Hylland Eriksen, AIBR, Revista de Antropología Iberoamericana (Journal of Iberoamerican Anthropology), 8(2), 1-20
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2013, Mundo perdido, paraiso encontrado: lugar, identidad y produccionen la Gran Sabana, Venezuela (Lost world, found paradise: Place, identity and production in Gran Sabana, Venezuela), Revista Colombiana de Antropologia, 49(1), 11-43
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2013, Ways of living: Tim Ingold on culture, biology and the anthropological task, AIBR, Revista de Antropología Iberoamericana (Journal of Iberoamerican Anthropology), 8(3), 285-301
  • Connor, L H, Higginbotham, N 2013, "Natural Cycles" in lay understandings of climate change, Global Environmental Change, 23(6), 1852-1861
  • Curran, G 2013, The Dynamics of Collaborative Research Relationships: Examples From the Warlpiri Songlines Project, Collaborative Anthropologies
  • Ferguson, J 2013, Burmese Super Trouper: How Burmese Poets and Musicians Turn Global Popular Music into Copy Thachin, The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 14(3), 221-239
  • Ferguson, J 2013, Is the Pen Mightier than the AK-47? Tracking Shan Women's Militancy Within and Beyond the Ongoing Internal Conflict in Burma, Intersections: gender and sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, 33, 1-11
  • Hansen, M, Woronov, T E 2013, Demanding and resisting vocational education: a comparative study of schools in rural and urban China, Comparative Education, 49(2), 242-259
  • High, H 2013, Experimental Consensus: Negotiating with the Irrigating State in the South of Laos, Asian Studies Review, 37(4), 491-508
  • High, H, Petit, P 2013, Introduction: The study of the state in Laos, Asian Studies Review, 37(4), 417-432
  • Hunter, C L 2013, Communication, teamwork, and challenges for surgical ward staff in a teaching hospital in Indonesia, Indonesian Journal of Public Health
  • Macdonald, G M 2013, Autonomous Selves in a Bureaucratised World: Challenges for Mardu and Wiradjuri, Anthropological Forum, 23(4), 399-413
  • Macdonald, G M 2013, Who is the 'human' in 'human rights'?, Australian Journal of Human Rights, 19(1), 107-131
  • Maclean, N L, Macdonald, G M 2013, Human Rights in Context: Culture, Power and Personhood, Australian Journal of Human Rights, 19(1), 1-9
  • Maclean, N L 2013, Fenced In: Intimacy and Mobility in Highlands Papua New Guinea, Oceania, 83(1), 31-48
  • Maclean, N L 2013, Living with disability: care, rights and relational personhood, Australian Journal of Human Rights, 19(1), 133-153
  • McManus, P A, Connor, L H 2013, What's mine is mine(d): Contests over marginalisation of rural life in the Upper Hunter, NSW, Rural Society, 22(2), 166-183
  • Mortimer, L 2013, Poetry in the Air: Mad Bastards and Toomelah, Senses of Cinema(66), 1-15
  • Musharbash, Y 2013, Night, sight, and feeling safe: An exploration of aspects of Warlpiri and Western sleep, The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 24(1), 48-63
  • Musharbash, Y 2013, Review of 'Images of the Wildman in Southeast Asia', Oceania, 83(3), 328-329
  • Schram, R 2013, One Mind: Enacting the Christian congregation among the Auhelawa, Papua New Guinea., The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 24(1), 30-47
  • Senarathna, L, Hunter, C L, Dawson, A H, Dibley, M J 2013, Social dynamics in rural Sri Lankan hospitals: Revelations from self-poisoning cases, Qualitative Health Research, 23(11), 1481-1494
  • Quinteros, C V 2013, The Ascetic Model of Discipline as a Pedagogical Approach in Music, Context: Journal of Music Research, 38, 23-39
  • Wiss, R 2013, And justice for all? International anti-trafficking agendas and local consequences in a Philippines sex tourism town, Australian Journal of Human Rights, 19 (1) 55-82

2012 Selected Publications

Books
  • Rozario, S 2012, Genetic Disorders and Islamic Identity Among British Bangladeshis, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, North Carolina.
Journal Articles
  • Job, S J 2012, Zametki o Dvukh Gumanitarnykh Naukakh, Antropologicheskii Forum, 16, 69-79

  • High, H 2012, Anthropology and anarchy: Romance, horror or science fiction?, Critique of Anthropology, 32(2), 93-108

  • Jiang, H, Li, M, Yang, D, Wen, L M, Hunter, C L, He, G, Qian, X 2012, Awareness, Intention, and Needs Regarding Breastfeeding: Findings from First-Time Mothers in Shanghai, China, Breastfeeding Medicine, 7(6), 526-534

  • Peters, R 2012, City of Ghosts: migration, work and value in the life of a Ho Chi Minh City Saleswoman, Critical Asian Studies, 44(4), 543-570

  • Woronov, T E 2012, Class Consciousness, Service Work: youth and class in Nanjing vocational secondary schools, Journal of Contemporary China, 21(77), 779-791

  • Cowlishaw, G 2012, Culture and the absurd: the means and meanings of Aboriginal identity in the time of cultural revivalism, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 18(2), 397-417

  • Woronov, T E 2012, Doing Time: Mimetic Labor and Human Capital Accumulation in Chinese Vocational Schools, S A Q: The South Atlantic Quarterly, 111(4), 701-719

  • Peace, A, Connor, L H, Trigger, D 2012, Environmentalism, Culture, Ethnography, Oceania, 82(3), 217-227

  • Connor, L H 2012, Experimental Publics: Activist Culture and Political Intelligibility of Climate Change Action in the Hunter Valley, Southeast Australia, Oceania, 82(3), 228-249

  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2012, Indigenous Participation and Representation in Venezuelan Electoral Processese (Participacion y representacion indigena en los procesos electorales venezolanos), America Latina Hoy, 60, 153-182

  • Cowlishaw, G, Gibson, L 2012, Locating an Australia-wide Anthropology, Oceania, 82(1), 4-14

  • MacLean, N L 2012, On the road in Highlands Papua New Guinea: intimacy and ethnographic method, Qualitative Research, 12(5), 575-587

  • High, H 2012, Re-reading the potlatch in a time of crisis: Debt and the distinctions that matter, Social Anthropology, 20(4), 363-379

  • Beckett, J 2012, Returned to Sender: Some Predicaments of Re-indigenisation, Oceania, 82(1), 104-112

  • Ferguson, J 2012, Sublime Rock: Burmese Popular Music, Language Code Switching and Sentimentalism among Shan Migrants at the Thai-Burma Border, Wacana Seni Journal of Arts Discourse, 11, 19-37

  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2012, The omnivorous science: Jean and John Comaroff on the politics of anthropology, capitalism and contemporary states, AIBR, Revista de Antropologa Iberoamericana (Journal of Iberoamerican Anthropology), 7(3), 272-296

Edited Books
  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F, Kradolfer, S 2012, Everlasting Countdowns: Race, Ethnicity and National Censuses in Latin American States, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK)

  • Cowlishaw, G, Gibson, L 2012, Towards an Australia-wide Anthropology: Oceania Special Issue. Vol 82 (1), Macmillan Press, Melbourne

  • Eickelkamp, U A, Cowlishaw, G 2012, Young Lives, Changing Times: Perspectives on Social Reproduction, University of Sydney, Sydney

Conference Proceedings
  • Cowlishaw, G 2012, Crime, Justice and Social Democracy: An International Conference, QUT Publications, Brisbane, 2, 45-58




Book Chapters
  • Ferguson, J 2012, From contested histories to ethnic tourism: Cinematic representations of Shans and Shanland on the Burmese silver screen, Film in Contemporary Southeast Asia: Cultural interpretation and social intervention, Lim, D and Yamamoto, H (eds), Routledge, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, 1, 23-40

  • Job, S J 2012, Human Sciences at the Edge of Panentheism: God and the Limits of Ontological Realism, Critical Realism and Spirituality, Hartwig, M and Morgan, J (eds), Routledge, Oxon, UK, 171-186

  • Hunter, C L, Scheinberg, A 2012, Informal Learning Amongst Pediatric Rehabilitation Teams - An Ethnography of Tea-Room Talk, An Ethnography of Global Landscapes and Corridors, Naldoo, L (ed), InTech Publishers, Rijeka, Croatia, 209-222

  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F 2012, National Censuses and Indigeneity in Venezuela, Everlasting Countdowns: Race, Ethnicity and National Censuses in Latin American States, Angosto Ferrandez, L F and Kradolfer, S (eds), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK), 1, 221-263

  • Angosto Ferrandez, L F, Kradolfer, S 2012, Race, Ethnicity and National Censuses in Latin American States: Comparative Perspectives, Everlasting Countdowns: Race, Ethnicity and National Censuses in Latin American States, Angosto Ferrandez, L F and Kradolfer, S (eds), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK), 1, 1-40

  • Ferguson, J 2012, The Silver Screen in the Golden Land: A History of Burmese Cinema, Southeast Asian Cinema: Le cinma d'Asie du Sud-Est, Margirier, G and Giminez, J-P (eds), Asiexpo, Lyon, France, 1, 27-37

2011 Selected Publications

Journal Articles
  • Eickelkamp, U A 2011, Agency and Structure in the Life-World of Aboriginal Children in Central Australia, Children and Youth Services Review, 33, 502-508


  • Woronov, T E 2011, Learning to Serve: Urban Youth, Vocational Schools and New Class Formations in China, The China Journal, 66, 77-100


  • Lilley, R L 2011, Maternal intimacies: Talking about autism diagnosis, Australian Feminist Studies, 26(68), 207-224


  • High, H 2011, Melancholia and anthropology, American Ethnologist, 38(2), 217-233


  • Cowlishaw, G 2011, Mythologising culture Part 2: Disturbing aboriginality in the suburbs, Australian Journal of Anthropology, 22(2), 170-188


  • Lilley, R L 2011, The ABCs of autism: Aspects of Maternal Pedagogy in Australia, Social Analysis: international journal of social and cultural practice, 55(1), 134-159

  • Todd, L 2011, The nation as a scarce resource: reading a contested site of sacrifice in post-apartheid South Africa, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 17(S1), S113-S129


  • Austin-Broos, D J 2011, The politics of difference and equality: Remote aboriginal communities, public discourse, and Australian anthropology, Transforming Anthropology, 19(2), 139-145


  • Macdonald, G M 2011, The Secularisation of Riverine Law in South-East Australia, Anthropological Forum, 21(3), 307-328




Books
  • Austin-Broos, D J 2011, A Different Inequality: the politics of debate about remote Aboriginal Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, Australia


  • Musharbash, Y, Barber, M 2011, Ethnography & the Production of Anthropological Knowledge: Essays in honour of Nicholas Peterson, ANU E Press, Canberra, ACT, 1


  • Eickelkamp, U A 2011, Growing Up in Central Australia: New Anthropological Studies of Aboriginal Childhood and Adolescence, Berghahn Books, New York


  • Cowlishaw, G 2011, How I Got Here: Mt Druitt Aboriginal life stories, Fontaine Press, Fremantle


  • Bauman, T, Macdonald, G M 2011, Unsettling Anthropology: The demands of native title on worn concepts and changing lives, AIATSIS, Canberra, Australia




Book Chapters
  • Peters, R 2011, Mapping the pendatang: Mobility and the violence of urban renewal in Surabaya, Kampung Perkotaan Indonesia: kajian historis-anthropologis atas kesenjangan sosial dan ruang kota (The Urban Kampung: an historical-anthropological study of social inequality and urban space), J.A. Khusyairi (ed), New Elmatera, Yogyakarta, 117-146


  • Musharbash, Y 2011, Nic's Gift: Turning Ethnographic Data into Knowledge, Ethnography & the Production of Anthropological Knowledge: Essays in honour of Nicholas Peterson, Y. Musharbash and M. Barber (eds), ANU E Press, Canberra, ACT, 1-14


  • High, H 2011, Poverty and Merit: Mobile Persons in Laos, Everyday Life in Southeast Asia, K.M. Adams and K.A. Gillogly (eds), Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, United States, 37-46


  • Macdonald, G M, Boulton, T 2011, Reconceptualising Mothering: Mothers and Infants in Crisis in the Kimberley, Western Australia, An Anthropology of Mothering, M. Walks and N. McPherson (eds), Demeter Press, Ontario, 1, 133-148


  • Eickelkamp, U A 2011, Sand Storytelling - Its Social Meaning in Anangu Children's Lives, Growing Up in Central Australia: New Anthropological Studies of Aboriginal Childhood and Adolescence, U. Eickelkamp (ed), Berghahn Books, New York, 1, 103-130


  • Grieves, V L 2011, The McClymonts of Nabiac: Interracial Marriage, Inheritance and Dispossession in Nineteenth Century New South Wales Colonial Society, Rethinking the Racial Moment: Essays on the Colonial Encounter, A. Holland and B. Brooks (eds), Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 125-156


  • Musharbash, Y 2011, Warungka: Becoming and Unbecoming a Warlpiri Person, Growing Up in Central Australia: New Anthropological Studies of Aboriginal Childhood and Adolescence, U. E