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Bradshaw, Corey, Williams, Alan, Saltré, Frédérik, Norman, Kasih, and Ulm, Sean (2021) The First Australians grew to a population of millions, much more than previous estimates. The Conversation, 30 April 2021.

Brennan, Claire (2021) Mallee Country offers up deep and recent, human and more-than-human, regional and global histories. History Australia, 18 (1). pp. 180-181.

Benjamin, Jonathan, Wiseman, Chelsea, McCarthy, John, Jeffries, Peter, and Ulm, Sean (2021) Australia's coastal waters are rich in Indigenous cultural heritage, but it remains hidden and under threat. The Conversation, 31 August 2021.

Bradshaw, Corey J.A., Norman, Kasih, Ulm, Sean, Williams, Alan N., Clarkson, Chris, Chadœuf, Joël, Lin, Sam C., Jacobs, Zenobia, Roberts, Richard G., Bird, Michael I., Weyrich, Laura S., Haberle, Simon G., O'Connor, Sue, Llamas, Bastien, Cohen, Tim J., Friedrich, Tobias, Veth, Peter, Leavesley, Matthew, and Saltré, Frédérik (2021) Stochastic models support rapid peopling of Late Pleistocene Sahul. Nature Communications, 12. 2440.

Brennan, Claire, and Hodgson, Patrick (2021) Unprecedented? Pandemic memory and responses to Covid-19 in Australia and New Zealand. In: Bozkurt, Veysel, Dawes, Glenn, Gülerce, Hakan, and Westenbroek, Patricia, (eds.) The Societal Impacts of Covid-19: A Transnational Perspective. Instanbul University Press, Instanbul, Turkey, pp. 1-16.

Benjamin, Jonathan, and Ulm, Sean (2021) The big flood: responding to sea-level rise and the inundated continental shelf. In: McNiven, Ian J., and David, Bruno, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford Handbooks Online . Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom.

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Crabtree, Stefani A., White, Devin A., Bradshaw, Corey J.A., Saltré, Frédérik, Williams, Alan N., Beaman, Robin J., Bird, Michael I., and Ulm, Sean (2021) Landscape rules predict optimal superhighways for the first peopling of Sahul. Nature Human Behaviour, 5. pp. 1303-1313.

Crabtree, Stefani, Williams, Alan, Bradshaw, Corey, White, Devin, Saltré, Frédérik, and Ulm, Sean (2021) We mapped the ‘super-highways’ the First Australians used to cross the ancient land. The Conversation, 30 April 2021.

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David, Bruno, Arnold, Lee J., Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Fresløv, Joanna, Urwin, Chris, Petchey, Fiona, McDowell, Matthew C., Mullett, Russell, Corporation, GunaiKurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal, Mialanes, Jerome, Wood, Rachel, Crouch, Joe, Berthet, Johan, Wong, Vanessa N.L., Green, Helen, and Hellstrom, John (2021) Late survival of megafauna refuted for Cloggs Cave, SE Australia: implications for the Australian Late Pleistocene megafauna extinction debate. Quaternary Science Reviews, 253. 106781.

David, Bruno, Fresløv, Joanna, Mullett, Russell, Delannoy, Jean-Jacques, Petchey, Fiona, Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation, GunaiKurnai, Mialanes, Jerome, Russell, Lynette, Wood, Rachel, Arnold, Lee J., McDowell, Matthew, Berthet, Johan, Fullagar, Richard, Wong, Vanessa N.L., Green, Helen, Urwin, Chris, Metz, Laure, Crouch, Joe, and Ash, Jeremy (2021) Paradigm shifts and ontological turns at Cloggs Cave, GunaiKurnai Country, Australia. In: Abadía, Oscar Moro, and Porr, Martin, (eds.) Ontologies of Rock Art: images, relational approaches, and Indigenous knowledges. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 135-160.

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Hadnutt, Nick, and Mate, Geraldine (2020) Characterising the Queensland Museum historical archaeology collection: fostering engagement through partnerships. Australasian Historical Archaeology, 38. pp. 58-67.

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Kuttainen, Victoria (2021) Portholes, channels, and seductions: the messy affordances of Antipodean periodical scholarship. In: [Presented at the European Society for Periodical Research 2021 Online Seminar Series]. From: European Society for Periodical Research 2021 Online Seminar Series: Crossover influences and local identities of the popular illustrated periodicals of the 19th and twentieth centuries, 26 March 2021, Online.

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Lourandos, Harry, and Ross, Anne (2021) Persistence of complexity: continuation of intensification, population change, and sociostructural change in current debates in Australia archaeology. In: McNiven, Ian J., and David, Bruno, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford Handbooks Online . Oxford University Press.

Leach, Jerem, Wiseman, Chelsea, O'Leary, Michael, McDonald, Jo, McCarthy, John, Morrison, Patrick, Jeffries, Peter, Hacker, Jorg, Ulm, Sean, Bailey, Geoff, and Benjamin, Jonathan (2021) The integrated cultural landscape of North Gidley Island: coastal, intertidal and nearshore archaeology in Murujuga (Dampier Archipelago), Western Australia. Australian Archaeology. (In Press)

Lloyd, Rohan (2020) Remembering the Night of Noah: flood memory and Townsville's floods of 1998 and 2019. Arcadia, Spring 2020. 4.

Lloyd, Rohan (2020) An extraordinary barrier: European exploration, shipwrecks and early heritage values on the Great Barrier Reef 1770–1860. History Australia, 17 (1). pp. 40-58.

Lloyd, Rohan (2018) Optimism Unlimited: Prospects for the Pearl-Shell, Bêche-de-Mer and Trochus Industries on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, 1860-1940. In: Cushing, Nancy, and Frawley, Jodi, (eds.) Animals Count: How population size matters in animal-human relations. Environmental Humanities Series . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 73-84.

Lloyd, Rohan (2018) Politicised science on the Great Barrier Reef? It’s been that way for more than a century. The Conversation, 22 August 2018.

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McCarthy, John, Wiseman, Chelsea, Woo, Katherine, Steinberg, David, O'Leary, Michael, Wesley, Daryl, Brady, Liam M., Ulm, Sean, and Benjamin, Jonathan (2021) Beneath the Top End: a regional assessment of submerged archaeological potential in the Northern Territory, Australia. Australian Archaeology. (In Press)

McGregor, Russell (2021) Paradise lost. Australian Birdlife, 10 (1). pp. 34-35.

McGregor, Russell (2021) Alec Chisholm and the extinction of the Paradise Parrot. Historical Records of Australian Science. (In Press)

McNiven, Ian J., and Lambrides, Ariana B.J. (2021) Stone-walled fish traps of Australia and New Guinea as expressions of enhanced sociality. In: David, Bruno, and McNiven, Ian J., (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, VIC, Australia.

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Piper, Alana, and Stevenson, Ana (2020) Business as usual: feminist history in a post-truth world. In: Gudonis, Marius, and Jones, Benjamin T., (eds.) History in a Post-Truth World: theory and praxis. Routledge, New York, NY, USA, pp. 183-198.

Piper, Alana, and Stevenson, Ana (2019) Gender violence in Australia: historical perspectives. Australian History . Monash University Publishing, Clayton, Victoria, Australia.

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Rowland, Michael, Shaw, Ben, and Ulm, Sean (2021) Maritime coastal and island societies of Australia and New Guinea. In: McNiven, Ian J., and David, Bruno, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford Handbooks Online . Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K..

Roberts, Patrick, Buhrich, Alice, Caetano-Andrade, Victor, Cosgrove, Richard, Fairbairn, Andrew, Florin, Anna, Vanwezer, Nils, Boivin, Nicole, Hunter, Barry, Mosquito, Desley, Turpin, Gerry, and Ferrier, Asa (2021) Reimagining the relationship between Gondwanan forests and Aboriginal land management in Australia's "Wet Tropics". iScience, 24 (3). 102190.

Rehn, Emma Caitlin (2020) Fire and environmental change in northern Australian savannas during the Holocene. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Stevenson, Ana (2018) Harriet Clisby’s 'Sketches of Australia': travel writing and colonial refigurations in Boston’s Woman’s Journal. Women's History Review, 27 (5). pp. 837-857.

Stevenson, Ana (2018) Imagining women's suffrage: frontier landscapes and the transnational print culture of Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. Pacific Historical Review, 87 (4). pp. 638-666.

Stevenson, Ana (2017) ‘Bloomers’ and the British world: dress reform in transatlantic and antipodean print culture, 1851–1950. Cultural and Social History, 14 (5). pp. 621-646.

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Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka, and Brennan, Claire (2021) Hidden women of history: Melanesian indentured labourer Annie Etinside hailed as a Queensland 'pioneer' on her death. The Conversation, May 19 2021.

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White, Patrick (2021) What if the Burdekin was never bridged? Sūdō Journal, 3 ('Burning Bridges'). pp. 11-23.

Wallis, Lynley A., Burke, Heather, Barker, Bryce, and Cole, Noelene (2021) Fatal frontier: temporal and spatial considerations of the Native Mounted Police and colonial violence across Queensland. In: McNiven, Ian J., and David, Bruno, (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Indigenous Australia and New Guinea. Oxford Handbooks Online . Oxford University Press.

Wasef, Sally, Wrobel, Gabriel, Wright, Nathan, Wright, Joanne L., Adams, Shaun, Kariwiga, Jason, Leavesley, Matthew, Collard, Mark, and Westaway, Michael C. (2021) A contextualised review of genomic evidence for gene flow events between Papuans and Indigenous Australians in Cape York, Queensland. Quaternary International, 603. pp. 22-30.

This list was generated on Sun Oct 24 23:00:35 2021 AEST.