Professor Linda Barwick

B.A.(Hons), Ph.D. (Flinders)
Associate Dean, Research

C41 - Sydney Conservatorium of Music
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 1383
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Biographical details

I am a musicologist, specialising in the study of Australian Indigenous and immigrant musics and in the digital humanities (particularly archiving and repatriation of ethnographic field recordings as a site of interaction between researchers and cultural heritage communities). I have studied community music practices through fieldwork in Australia, Italy and the Philippines. Themes of my research include analysis of musical action in place, the language of song, and the aesthetics of cross-cultural musical practice. I also publish on theoretical issues, including analysis of non-Western music, and research implications of digital technologies

Research interests

  • The intersection of music and society
  • Italian music
  • Australian Aboriginal music
  • Digital humanities
  • Song, linguistic and musical Analysis
  • Oral traditions
  • Transnational migration
  • Language variation and change
  • Cultural diversity
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Theatre studies

Teaching and supervision

Current postgraduate student projects

Genevieve Campbell (PhD candidate, University of Sydney) "Ngarukuruwala—we sing: the songs of the Tiwi Islands, northern Australia"

Reuben Brown (PhD candidate, University of Sydney), "The performance of kun-borrk—an Aboriginal song and dance tradition of western Arnhem Land—and its role in contemporary life at Goulburn Island and Kunbarlanja, Northern Territory."

Current projects

Murriny Patha Song Project http://azoulay.arts.usyd.edu.au/mpsong

Wadeye Song Database http://sydney.edu.au/wadeyesong

Western Arnhem Land Song Project http://elar.soas.ac.uk/deposit/arnhemland-135103

Associations

Musicological Society of Australia

International Council for Traditional Music

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

Australasian Digital Humanities Association

Australian Linguistics Society

PhD and master's project opportunities

International links

Philippines

(Raul Pertierra, Ateneo de Manila University) Research on komedya and other theatre traditions in Ilocos Sur

Switzerland

(Marcello Sorce Keller, private scholar, Lugano) Collaborator in research on Italian music in Australia

Selected grants

2014

  • The music-making of cultural minorities in Australia and China: aesthetics, agency and social engagement; Ingram C, Barwick L; DVC Research/Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Scheme.
  • Re-integrating Central Australian community cultural collections; Barwick L, Turpin M, Nordlinger R, Connelly B; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2013

  • Above and Beyond Speech, Language and Music: A Virtual Lab for Human Communication Science (HCS vLAB); Barwick L, Burnham D, Arciuli J, Chamorro Cabrera J, Cabrera D; National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources/Research Support.

2011

  • Equipment and facilities upgrade for Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures; Barwick L, Simpson J, Thieberger N, Arka I, Bird S, Evans N, Nordlinger R, Corn A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

2010

  • Intercultural inquiry in a trans-national context: Exploring the legacy of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition; Barwick L, Thomas M, Marett A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2009

  • Sustainable Futures for Living Musical Traditions: Developing a model combining documentation, recontextualisation, and changing modes of transmission; Schippers H, Dunbar-Hall P, Hayward P, Barwick L, Howard K; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2006

  • Classical song traditions of contemporary Western Arnhem Land in their multilingual context; Barwick L, Marett A, Evans N, Garde M; University of London/SOAS Research Grants Program.

2005

  • Sharing access and analytical tools for ethnographic digital media using high speed networks; Thieberger N, Simpson J, Barwick L, Wigglesworth G, Rumsay A, Bowden F, Buchhorn M, Hungerford N, Foley W, Marett A, Corn A, Nordlinger R, Evans N, Hajek J, Johnston H, Schembri G, Pfeiffer S, Hunter J, McConvell P, Gumbula J, Austin P, Holton G; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Special Research Initiatives (SRI).
  • Sharing access and analytical tools for ethnographic digital media using high speed networks; Barwick L; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Special Research Centres.
  • Sustainability of distributed and federated data sets in the humanities: PARADISEC; Barwick L; GRANGENET/Research Grant.
  • Planning for Sustainability of the National Indigenous Recording Project; Barwick L, Corn A, Marett A, Reid N, Yunupingu M, James A, Marika W; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2004

  • Research into Preservation of Noongar Language Materials; Cross R, Barwick L; South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council/BLO Project.
  • Enabling human communication: Tough problems in human communication with bold but informed solutiond drawing on sound, speech, and language research capabilities; Kenny D, et a, Jin C, Simpson J, van Doorn J, Dale R, Alais D, Andrews S, Barwick L, Cabrera D, Carlile S; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Research Networks (ARCRN).
  • Ngaanyatjarra Womens Seven Sisters Project; Barwick L, Langton M, Viegas A, McLean D; AIATSIS (Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies)/Research Grant.

2003

  • Indigenous Collections & Knowledge Archives; Mellor D, Egloff B, Altman J, Foster S, Taylor L, Tacon P, French A, Toner P, Mundine D, Barwick L, Specht J, Marett A, McMahon I, Turnbull P, Evans N, Hunter J, Simpson J, West M, Sloggett R, Young L, Memmott P, Myers F, Stanton J, Barrett J, Austin-Broos D, Langton M, Johnson V, Corn A, Morphy H; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Research Networks (ARCRN).
  • Digital Endangered Cultural Materials Network: Working group on digital research methodologies for endangered ethnographic material of the Asia-Pacific region; Marett A, Barwick L, Thieberger N; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Research Networks (ARCRN).
  • Quadriga system for research archive of Asia-Pacific region audio recordings; Marett A, Foley W, Simpson J, Barwick L, et a; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Barwick, L. (2005). Jurtbirrk Love Songs of Northwestern Arnhem Land. Northern Territory: Batchelor Press.

Edited Books

  • Barwick, L., Sorce Keller, M. (2012). Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape. Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Barwick, L., Thieberger, N., Billington, R., Vaughn, J. (2011). Sustainable Data from Digital Research: Humanities perspectives on digital scholarship. Melbourne, Australia: Custom Book Centre, University of Melbourne.
  • Barwick, L. (2006). Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork. Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Barwick, L. (2012). Including music and the temporal arts in language documentation. In Nicholas Thieberger (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Fieldwork, (pp. 166-179). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Barwick, L. (2012). Italian Traditional Music in Adelaide in the 1970s and 1980s. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 65-82). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Thieberger, N., Barwick, L. (2012). Keeping records of language diversity in Melanesia: The Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC). In Nicholas Evans and Marian Klamer (Eds.), Melanesian Languages on the Edge of Asia: Challenges for the 21st Century, (pp. 239-253). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
  • Comin, A., Barwick, L. (2012). Re-Presenting Italy in Australia through Theatre and Music, 1972–2007. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 41-64). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Sorce Keller, M., Barwick, L. (2012). Thoughts on Music and Migration. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 225-231). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Barwick, L., Sorce Keller, M. (2012). Transnational Perspectives on Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 3-12). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Barwick, L. (2012). “Oltre l'Australia, c'e la luna�?: Maggio garfagnino and the Emigrant Experience. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 179-197). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2011). Aural snapshots of musical life: The 1948 recordings. In Martin Thomas and Margo Neale (Eds.), Exploring the Legacy of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition, (pp. 355-375). Canberra: ANU E Press.
  • Barwick, L. (2011). Musical Form and Style in Murriny Patha Djanba Songs at Wadeye (Northern Territory, Australia). In Michael Tenzer and John Roeder (Eds.), Analytical and Cross-Cultural Studies in World Music, (pp. 316-354). USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Barwick, L., Thieberger, N. (2006). Cybraries in Paradise: New Technologies and Ethnographic Repositories. In Cushla Kapitzke; Bertram C. Bruce (Eds.), Libr@ries: Changing Information Space and Practice, (pp. 133-149). Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
  • Barwick, L. (2006). Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork: the state of the art. In Linda Barwick, Nicholas Thieberger (Eds.), Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork, (pp. 1-5). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Barwick, L. (2005). "An ample and very poetical narrative":the vicissitudes of "La Pia" between literary and oral traditions. In Margaret Baker, Flavia Coassin, Diana Glenn (Eds.), Flinders Dante Conferences 2002 & 2004, (pp. 77-101). Adelaide: Lythrum Press.
  • Barwick, L. (2005). Performance, Aesthetics, Experience: Thoughts on Yawulyu Mungamunga Songs. In Elizabeth Mackinlay, Denis Collins, Samantha Owens (Eds.), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance, (pp. 1-18). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  • Barwick, L., Koch,, G., Arthur, B., Morphy, F. (2005). Performing Arts, Sports and Games. In Bill Arthur, Frances Morphy (Eds.), Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia, (pp. 126-139). Macquarie University, Sydney: Macquarie Library.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2003). Aboriginal Traditions. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia, (pp. 26-27). Australia: Currency Press.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2003). Australian Aboriginal Music. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia. Australia: Currency Press.

Journals

  • Bailes, F., Barwick, L. (2011). Absolute Tempo in Multiple Performances of Aboriginal Songs: Analyzing Recordings of Djanba 12 and Djanba 14. Music Perception, 28(5), 473-490. [More Information]
  • Barwick, L. (2009). Transcribe! created by Seventh String Software. Language Documentation and Conservation, 3(2), 236-240.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Blythe, J., Walsh, M. (2007). Arriving, Digging, Performing, Returning: An Exercise in Rich Interpretation of a Djanba Song text in the Sound Archive of the Wadeye Knowledge Centre, Northern Territory of Australia. Research in Anthropology and Linguistics, 1, 13-24.
  • Barwick, L., Birch, B., Evans, N. (2007). Iwaidja Jurtbirrk songs: Bringing language and music together. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2007 (2), 6-34.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2007). Musical and linguistic perspectives on Aboriginal song. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2007 (2), 1-5.
  • Barwick, L. (2006). A musicologist's wish list: some issues, practices and practicalities in musical aspects of language documentation. Language Documentation and Description, 3, 53-62.
  • Barwick, L. (2006). Marri Ngarr lirrga songs: a musicological analysis of song pairs in performance. Musicology Australia, 28, 1-25.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Walsh, M., Reid, N., Ford, L. (2005). Communities of interest: issues in establishing a digital resource on Murrinh-patha song at Wadeye (Port Keats), NT. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 20(4), 383-397.
  • Barwick, L. (2005). Networking Digital Data on Endangered Languages of the Asia Pacific Region. International Journal of Indigenous Research, 1(1), 11-16.
  • Barwick, L. (2004). Turning It All Upside Down? Imagining A Distributed Digital Audiovisual Archive. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 19(3), 253-263.
  • Barwick, L. (2003). Tempo bands, metre and rhythmic mode in Marri Ngarr 'Church Lirrga' songs. Australasian Music Research, 7(2002), 67-83.

Edited Journals

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2007). Studies in Aboriginal Song. Special issue of Australian Aboriginal Studies 2007/2. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2.

Conferences

  • Walsh, M., Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2011). Archiving Language & Song in Wadeye: Future Access to Song Knowledge. 2nd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC). University of Hawaii.
  • Bailes, F., Barwick, L. (2008). Memory for tempo in Oral Music Traditions: Evidence for absolute tempo in Aboriginal Ceremonial Song? The 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC10), Not-Known.
  • Barwick, L., Thieberger, N. (2006). Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork. Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork from creation to archive and back, Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Marett, A., Yunupingu, M., Langton, M., Gumbula, N., Barwick, L., Corn, A. (2006). The National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia: Year One in Review. The Australia Council - Backing Our Creativity: the National Education and the Arts Symposium (2005), Sydney: Australia Coucil for the Arts.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Walsh, M. (2004). Communities Of Interest: Establishing A Digital Resource On Murrinh-Patha Song At Wadeye (Port Keats), Nt. Computing Arts 2004, : University of Melbourne.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2003). Endangered songs and endangered languages. Maintaining the links language, identity and the land, UK: Foundation for Endangered Languages.
  • Barwick, L. (2003). Researchers, Communities, Institutions and Sound Recordings. Researchers, Communities, Institutions and Sound Recordings, University of Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Simpson, J., Harris, A. (2003). Researchers, Communities, Institutions, Sound Recordings. Researchers, COmmunities, Institutions, Sound Recordings, Sydney: School of Society Culture and Performance.
  • Barwick, L. (2003). The Endangered Cultures Research Group's Digitisation Project: Using Digital Audio for Musicological Research. Computing Arts: DigitalResources for Research in the Humanities, Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Digital Creative Works

  • Barwick, L., Walsh, M., Blythe, J., Reid, N., Ford, L. (2009). Wadeye Song Database. Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney.

Other

  • Barwick, L., Blythe, J., Ford, L., Marett, A., Reid, N., Walsh, M. (2006), Murriny Patha Song Project Website (http://azoulay.arts.usyd.edu.au/mpsong).
  • Barwick, L., Birch, B., Williams, J. (2005), Jurtbirrk Love Songs of Northwestern Arnhem Land (Audio Recording).
  • Barwick, L. (2003), Jadmi Junba: Public Dance Songs by Nyalgodi Scotty Martin (Audio Recording).
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L., Ford, L. (2001), Rak Badjalarr: Wangga Songs by Bobby Lane, Northern Australia (Audio Recording).

2012

  • Barwick, L. (2012). Including music and the temporal arts in language documentation. In Nicholas Thieberger (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Fieldwork, (pp. 166-179). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Barwick, L. (2012). Italian Traditional Music in Adelaide in the 1970s and 1980s. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 65-82). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Barwick, L., Sorce Keller, M. (2012). Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape. Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Thieberger, N., Barwick, L. (2012). Keeping records of language diversity in Melanesia: The Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC). In Nicholas Evans and Marian Klamer (Eds.), Melanesian Languages on the Edge of Asia: Challenges for the 21st Century, (pp. 239-253). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
  • Comin, A., Barwick, L. (2012). Re-Presenting Italy in Australia through Theatre and Music, 1972–2007. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 41-64). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Sorce Keller, M., Barwick, L. (2012). Thoughts on Music and Migration. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 225-231). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Barwick, L., Sorce Keller, M. (2012). Transnational Perspectives on Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 3-12). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.
  • Barwick, L. (2012). “Oltre l'Australia, c'e la luna�?: Maggio garfagnino and the Emigrant Experience. In Linda Barwick & Marcello Sorce Keller (Eds.), Italy in Australia's Musical Landscape, (pp. 179-197). Melbourne: Lyrebird Press.

2011

  • Bailes, F., Barwick, L. (2011). Absolute Tempo in Multiple Performances of Aboriginal Songs: Analyzing Recordings of Djanba 12 and Djanba 14. Music Perception, 28(5), 473-490. [More Information]
  • Walsh, M., Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2011). Archiving Language & Song in Wadeye: Future Access to Song Knowledge. 2nd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC). University of Hawaii.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2011). Aural snapshots of musical life: The 1948 recordings. In Martin Thomas and Margo Neale (Eds.), Exploring the Legacy of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition, (pp. 355-375). Canberra: ANU E Press.
  • Barwick, L. (2011). Musical Form and Style in Murriny Patha Djanba Songs at Wadeye (Northern Territory, Australia). In Michael Tenzer and John Roeder (Eds.), Analytical and Cross-Cultural Studies in World Music, (pp. 316-354). USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Barwick, L., Thieberger, N., Billington, R., Vaughn, J. (2011). Sustainable Data from Digital Research: Humanities perspectives on digital scholarship. Melbourne, Australia: Custom Book Centre, University of Melbourne.

2009

  • Barwick, L. (2009). Transcribe! created by Seventh String Software. Language Documentation and Conservation, 3(2), 236-240.
  • Barwick, L., Walsh, M., Blythe, J., Reid, N., Ford, L. (2009). Wadeye Song Database. Sydney, Australia: University of Sydney.

2008

  • Bailes, F., Barwick, L. (2008). Memory for tempo in Oral Music Traditions: Evidence for absolute tempo in Aboriginal Ceremonial Song? The 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC10), Not-Known.

2007

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Blythe, J., Walsh, M. (2007). Arriving, Digging, Performing, Returning: An Exercise in Rich Interpretation of a Djanba Song text in the Sound Archive of the Wadeye Knowledge Centre, Northern Territory of Australia. Research in Anthropology and Linguistics, 1, 13-24.
  • Barwick, L., Birch, B., Evans, N. (2007). Iwaidja Jurtbirrk songs: Bringing language and music together. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2007 (2), 6-34.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2007). Musical and linguistic perspectives on Aboriginal song. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2007 (2), 1-5.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2007). Studies in Aboriginal Song. Special issue of Australian Aboriginal Studies 2007/2. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2.

2006

  • Barwick, L. (2006). A musicologist's wish list: some issues, practices and practicalities in musical aspects of language documentation. Language Documentation and Description, 3, 53-62.
  • Barwick, L., Thieberger, N. (2006). Cybraries in Paradise: New Technologies and Ethnographic Repositories. In Cushla Kapitzke; Bertram C. Bruce (Eds.), Libr@ries: Changing Information Space and Practice, (pp. 133-149). Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
  • Barwick, L. (2006). Marri Ngarr lirrga songs: a musicological analysis of song pairs in performance. Musicology Australia, 28, 1-25.
  • Barwick, L., Blythe, J., Ford, L., Marett, A., Reid, N., Walsh, M. (2006), Murriny Patha Song Project Website (http://azoulay.arts.usyd.edu.au/mpsong).
  • Barwick, L. (2006). Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork. Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Barwick, L., Thieberger, N. (2006). Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork. Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork from creation to archive and back, Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Barwick, L. (2006). Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork: the state of the art. In Linda Barwick, Nicholas Thieberger (Eds.), Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork, (pp. 1-5). Sydney: Sydney University Press.
  • Marett, A., Yunupingu, M., Langton, M., Gumbula, N., Barwick, L., Corn, A. (2006). The National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia: Year One in Review. The Australia Council - Backing Our Creativity: the National Education and the Arts Symposium (2005), Sydney: Australia Coucil for the Arts.

2005

  • Barwick, L. (2005). "An ample and very poetical narrative":the vicissitudes of "La Pia" between literary and oral traditions. In Margaret Baker, Flavia Coassin, Diana Glenn (Eds.), Flinders Dante Conferences 2002 & 2004, (pp. 77-101). Adelaide: Lythrum Press.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Walsh, M., Reid, N., Ford, L. (2005). Communities of interest: issues in establishing a digital resource on Murrinh-patha song at Wadeye (Port Keats), NT. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 20(4), 383-397.
  • Barwick, L. (2005). Jurtbirrk Love Songs of Northwestern Arnhem Land. Northern Territory: Batchelor Press.
  • Barwick, L., Birch, B., Williams, J. (2005), Jurtbirrk Love Songs of Northwestern Arnhem Land (Audio Recording).
  • Barwick, L. (2005). Networking Digital Data on Endangered Languages of the Asia Pacific Region. International Journal of Indigenous Research, 1(1), 11-16.
  • Barwick, L. (2005). Performance, Aesthetics, Experience: Thoughts on Yawulyu Mungamunga Songs. In Elizabeth Mackinlay, Denis Collins, Samantha Owens (Eds.), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance, (pp. 1-18). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  • Barwick, L., Koch,, G., Arthur, B., Morphy, F. (2005). Performing Arts, Sports and Games. In Bill Arthur, Frances Morphy (Eds.), Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia, (pp. 126-139). Macquarie University, Sydney: Macquarie Library.

2004

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Walsh, M. (2004). Communities Of Interest: Establishing A Digital Resource On Murrinh-Patha Song At Wadeye (Port Keats), Nt. Computing Arts 2004, : University of Melbourne.
  • Barwick, L. (2004). Turning It All Upside Down? Imagining A Distributed Digital Audiovisual Archive. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 19(3), 253-263.

2003

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A. (2003). Aboriginal Traditions. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia, (pp. 26-27). Australia: Currency Press.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2003). Australian Aboriginal Music. In John Whiteoak, Aline Scott-Maxwell (Eds.), Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia. Australia: Currency Press.
  • Marett, A., Barwick, L. (2003). Endangered songs and endangered languages. Maintaining the links language, identity and the land, UK: Foundation for Endangered Languages.
  • Barwick, L. (2003), Jadmi Junba: Public Dance Songs by Nyalgodi Scotty Martin (Audio Recording).
  • Barwick, L. (2003). Researchers, Communities, Institutions and Sound Recordings. Researchers, Communities, Institutions and Sound Recordings, University of Sydney: University of Sydney.
  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Simpson, J., Harris, A. (2003). Researchers, Communities, Institutions, Sound Recordings. Researchers, COmmunities, Institutions, Sound Recordings, Sydney: School of Society Culture and Performance.
  • Barwick, L. (2003). Tempo bands, metre and rhythmic mode in Marri Ngarr 'Church Lirrga' songs. Australasian Music Research, 7(2002), 67-83.
  • Barwick, L. (2003). The Endangered Cultures Research Group's Digitisation Project: Using Digital Audio for Musicological Research. Computing Arts: DigitalResources for Research in the Humanities, Sydney: Sydney University Press.

2001

  • Marett, A., Barwick, L., Ford, L. (2001), Rak Badjalarr: Wangga Songs by Bobby Lane, Northern Australia (Audio Recording).

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