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Adams, Daniel, Baker, Patrick, McAllister, Madeline, Winton, Trevor, and Woods, Andrew (2020) Successful Creation of a Photogrammetric Model of the James Matthews (1841) Wrecksite from Legacy Photography. Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 44. pp. 71-89.

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Bradshaw, Wayne (2024) Book Review of "W.E.H. Stanner: Selected Writings" by W.E.H. Stanner. Melbourne, Australia, La Trobe University Press, 2024. ISBN 9781760644048. Australian Policy and History, 3 April 2024.

Bradshaw, Corey J.A., Crabtree, Stefani A., White, Devin A., Ulm, Sean, Bird, Michael I., Williams, Alan N., and Saltré, Frédérik (2023) Directionally supervised cellular automaton for the initial peopling of Sahul. Quaternary Science Reviews, 303. 107971.

Behrendt, Larissa, Mcniven, Ian, and Ulm, Sean (2023) How we collaborated in creating The First Inventors to celebrate extraordinary Indigenous peoples' knowledges and technologies. The Conversation, 14 June 2023.

Buhrich, Alice, Winn, Nicola Bliss, Ferrier, Asa, Richards, Jimmy, Lacey, Tristin, Jensen, Wallace, Kapteyn, Michell, Ray, Owen, Roberts, Nicholas, and Wargent, Stephen (2023) Preliminary results of the Undara Archaeology Project. Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage, 10 (1). pp. 67-78.

Benjamin, Jonathan, O'leary, Michael, McCarthy, John, Reynen, Wendy, Wiseman, Chelsea, Leach, Jerem, Bobeldyk, Simon, Buchler, Justine, Kermeen, Philippe, Langley, Michelle, Black, Adam, Yoshida, Hiro, Parnum, Iain, Stevens, Amy, Ulm, Sean, McDonald, Jo, Veth, Peter, and Bailey, Geoff (2023) Stone artefacts on the seabed at a submerged freshwater spring confirm a drowned cultural landscape in Murujuga, Western Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews, 313. 108190.

Burke, Heather, Wallis, Lynley A., Hadnutt, Nicholas, Davidson, Iain, Ellwood, Galiina, and Sullivan, Lance (2023) The difficult, divisive and disruptive heritage of the Queensland Native Mounted Police. Memory Studies. (In Press)

Burke, Heather, Wallis, Lynley A., Davidson, Iain, Cole, Noelene, Barker, Bryce, and Hatte, Elizabeth (2022) The shape of absence: community archaeology and the heritage of the Queensland Native Mounted Police, Australia. Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage, 9 (2). pp. 120-133.

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, Wayne (2021) On building a Church in the north: Father William McGinty’s time in Bowen. In: [Presented at the Australian Historical Association Conference]. From: AHA Conference 2021: ‘Unfinished Business’, 29 November - 2 December 2021, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

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.

Brockwell, Sally, Pardoe, Colin, Litster, Mirani, Wesley, Daryl, Huntley, Jillian, Disspain, Morgan C.F., Langley, Michelle C., Gaffey, Prue, Scadding, Rachel, and Willan, Richard C. (2020) Human responses to the late Holocene freshwater transition on the northern coastal plains of the Alligator Rivers region in western Arnhem Land. Australian Archaeology, 86 (1). pp. 80-94.

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Clark, Geoffrey, and Litster, Mirani (2022) Archaeological Perpsectives on Conflict and Warfare in Australia and the Pacific. Terra Australis, 54 . ANU Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Clark, Geoffrey, and Litster, Mirani (2022) Archaeological perspectives on conflict and warfare in Australia and the Pacific. In: Clark, Geoffrey, and Litster, Mirani, (eds.) Archaeological Perspectives on Conflict and Warfare in Australia and the Pacific. Terra Australis, 54 (54). ANU Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 1-38.

Codilean, Alexandru T., Munack, Henry, Saktura, Wanchese, Cohen, Tim, Jacobs, Zenobia, Ulm, Sean, Hesse, Paul, Heyman, Jakob, Peters, Katharina J., Williams, Alan N., Saktura, Rosaria, Rui, Xue, Chishiro-Dennelly, Kai, and Panta, Adhish (2022) OCTOPUS database (v.2). Earth System Science Data, 14. pp. 3695-3713.

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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Ditchfield, Kane, Ulm, Sean, Manne, Tiina, Farr, Helen, O'Grady, Damien, and Veth, Peter (2022) Framing Australian Pleistocene coastal occupation and archaeology. Quaternary Science Reviews, 293. 107706.

Dowe, John Leslie (2022) Review: The Botanical Adventures of Joseph Banks. Historical Records of Australian Science, 31 (1). p. 74.

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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Forbes, Celie, and Naylor, Stephen (2022) Taking Northern Queensland into Account: Another View of Australian Art. Limina, 27 (2). pp. 62-85.

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Gliganic, L.A., Slack, M., and Meyer, M.C. (2023) Tending to tradition: Dating stone arrangement maintenance in northwest Australia using optical methods. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 49. 104053.

Glowczewski-Barker, Barbara, and Lundberg, Anita (2022) Black Seed Dreaming: A Material Analysis of Bruce Pascoe's "Dark Emu". Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 21 (2). pp. 77-94.

Galletly, Sarah (2021) Aboriginal mobilities and colonial serial fiction. Australian Literary Studies, 36 (1).

Gibson-Wilde, Dorothy Mary (1992) James Thomas Walker: banker, Federation father, Australian senator. PhD thesis, James Cook University of North Queensland.

Gibson-Wilde, Dorothy Mary (1982) Gateway to a golden land: Townsville to 1884. Honours thesis, James Cook University of North Queensland.

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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.

Henry, Louise Caroline (2020) Once there was a time when... Reimagining regional women's lives using historical fiction, family stories and artefacts. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Henry, Louise (2019) A Perspective from the Periphery: Re-imagining Regional North Queensland Women's Stories Using Historical Fiction. Text, 23 (54).

Hawkins, Stuart, O'Connor, Sue, Maloney, Tim Ryan, Litster, Mirani, Kealy, Shimona, Fenner, Jack N., Aplin, Ken, Boulanger, Clara, Brockwell, Sally, Willan, Richard, Piotto, Elena, and Louys, Julien (2017) Oldest human occupation of Wallacea at Laili Cave, Timor-Leste, shows broad-spectrum foraging responses to late Pleistocene environments. Quaternary Science Reviews, 171. pp. 58-72.

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Kuttainen, Victoria (2024) Connecting Water and Land: Revisiting Nationalism in the Vitalist Aesthetics of Eleanor Dark and Vance Palmer. In: Morrison, Fiona, and Rooney, Brigid, (eds.) Time, Tide and History Essays on the Writing of Eleanor Dark. Sydney Studies in Australian Literature . Sydney University Press, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 141-157. (In Press)

Kowal, Emma, Weyrich, Laura S., Argüelles, Juan, Bader, Alyssa C., Colwell, Chip, Cortez, Amanda Daniela, Davis, Jenny L., Figueiro, Gonzalo, Fox, Keolu, Malhi, Ripan S., Matisso-Smith, Elizabeth A., Nayak, Ayushi, Nelson, Elizabeth A., Nicholas, Georg, Nieves-Colón, Maria A., Russell, Lynette, Ulm, Sean, Vergara-Silva, Francisco, Villanea, Fernando, Wagner, Jennifer, Yracheta, Joseph, and Tsosie, Krystal (2023) Community partnerships are fundamental to ethical ancient DNA research. Human Genetics and Genomics Advances, 4 (2). 100161.

Killoran, Tianna (2023) The near north and the far north: The Nikkei community in North Queensland, 1885-1946. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Karmin, Monika, Flores, Rodrigo, Saag, Lauri, Hudjashov, Georgi, Brucato, Nicolas, Crenna-Darusallam, Chelzie, Larena, Maximilian, Endicott, Phillip L., Jakobsson, Mattias, Lansing, J. Stephen, Sudoyo, Herawati, Leavesley, Matthew, Metspalu, Mait, Ricaut, François-xavier, and Cox, Murray P. (2022) Episodes of diversification and isolation in Island Southeast Asian and Near Oceanian male lineages. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 39 (3). msac045.

Killoran, Tianna (2022) Sex, Soap and Silk: Japanese Businesswomen in North Queensland, 1887–1941. Lilith: a feminist history journal, 28. pp. 35-54.

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.

Killoran, Tianna (2021) Visible participation: Japanese migrants in north Queensland, 1880–1941. History Australia, 18 (3). pp. 508-525.

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Linnenlucke, Lauren, Bird, Michael, Petchey, Fiona, Alliston, Geordie, Mcniven, Ian, David, Bruno, and Ulm, Sean (2023) Assessing the Reliability of a Small-Scale Legacy Radiocarbon Dataset Using Chronometric Transparency Approaches: Torres Strait Radiocarbon Database. Journal of Open Archaeology Data, 11 (2). pp. 1-9.

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, Oxford, UK.

Long, Gillian Angela Patricia (2021) Shadows in the cane: reconstructing history through fiction to responsibly reimagine and make accessible the 1930s history of Cassowary Coast migrant sugar workers. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Lourandos, Harry (2021) Tragedy or transformation: Australian archaeology at the crossroads (again). Australian Archaeology, 87 (3). pp. 311-312.

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, 87 (3). pp. 251-267.

Litster, Mirani, Barham, Anthony, Meyer, Juliet, Maloney, Tim Ryan, Shipton, Ceri, Fallon, Stewart, Willan, Richard C., and O'Connor, Sue (2020) Late Holocene coastal land-use, site formation and site survival: insights from five middens at Cape Leveque and Lombadina, Dampier Peninsula, Kimberley, Australia. Australian Archaeology, 86 (2). pp. 118-136.

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.

Litster, Mirani (2019) Glass beads from Australian Indigenous sites. In: Smith, Claire, (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Springer, Cham, Switzerland.

Langley, Michelle C., Litster, Mirani, Wright, Duncan, and May, Sally K. (2018) The Archaeology of Portable Art : Southeast Asian, Pacific, and Australian perspectives. Routledge, London, UK.

Litster, Mirani, Wesley, Daryl, and Stolte, Gretchen M. (2018) Developing approaches for understanding Indigenous Australian glass bead use during the contact period. In: Langley, Michelle C., Litster, Mirani, Wright, Duncan, and May, Sally K., (eds.) The Archaeology of Portable Art: Southeast Asian, Pacific, and Australian perspectives. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 299-318.

Langley, Michelle C., and Litster, Mirani (2018) Is it ritual? Or is it children? Distinguishing consequences of play from ritual actions in the prehistoric archaeological record. Current Anthropology, 59 (5). pp. 616-643.

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.

Lloyd, Rohan James (2016) Death on the Great Barrier Reef: how dead coral went from economic resource to conservation symbol. The Conversation, N/A.

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McGregor, Russell (2024) On the wing: Holidays with the birds. Australian Birdlife, 13 (1). pp. 40-43.

McGregor, Russell (2023) The Hand that Feeds. Australian Birdlife, 12 (4). pp. 44-47.

Monks, Carly, Stannard, Georgia L., Ouzman, Sven, Manne, Tiina, Garside, Joel, and Ulm, Sean (2023) Why do students enrol in archaeology at Australian universities? Understanding pre-enrolment experiences, motivations, and career expectations. Australian Archaeology, 89 (1). pp. 32-46.

McGregor, Russell (2023) Book review of "What Birdo Is That?: a Field Guide to Bird People" by Libby Robin. Melbourne, VIC, Australia, Melbourne University Press, 2023. ISBN: 978-0522879346. Australian Birdlife, 12 (2). p. 56.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2023) British Investment in Overseas Gold Mines: The Queensland Experience 1886-1890. Journal of Australasian Mining History, 21. pp. 125-131.

McGregor, Russell (2023) A Hymn to Biodiversity: Graham Pizzey's Field Guide. Australian Birdlife, 12 (2). pp. 32-35.

McGregor, Russell (2022) The First Field Guide. Australian Birdlife, 11 (3). p. 10.

McGregor, Russell (2022) Before Slater: A history of field guides to Australian birds to 1970. Australian Field Ornithology, 39. pp. 125-138.

McCarthy, John, Wiseman, Chelsea, Woo, Katherine, Steinberg, David, O'Leary, Michael, Wesley, Daryl, Brady, Liam M., Ulm, Sean, and Benjamin, Jonathan (2022) Beneath the Top End: a regional assessment of submerged archaeological potential in the Northern Territory, Australia. Australian Archaeology, 88 (1). pp. 65-83.

McGregor, Russell (2022) J. A. Leach's Australian Bird Book: at the interface of science and recreation. Historical Records of Australian Science, 33 (2). pp. 97-109.

McGregor, Russell (2022) JA Leach: A Nature Influencer of his Time. Linnean Society of London: Blogs and Essays, 2 September 2022.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2022) The Lion and the Fox: Whitlam, Bjelke-Petersen and the Queensland Electorate 1961–1975. ANU Historical Journal II, 3. pp. 23-52.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2022) Robert Philp and the Politics of Development. Australian Scholarly Publishing, North Melbourne.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2022) The Townsville Chamber of Commerce Jubilee Brochure, 1882-1932. Sūdō Journal, 4. pp. 23-29.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2022) The neglected north: Developing Northern Australia from the south since 1901. In: Holbrook, Carolyn, Megarrity, Lyndon, and Lowe, David, (eds.) Lessons from History Leading historians tackle Australia’s greatest challenges. NewSouth, Sydney, NSW, Australia, pp. 314-331.

McGregor, Russell (2022) An oologist at Tinaroo: Sid Jackson’s 1908 expedition to north Queensland. North Queensland Naturalist, 52. pp. 19-33.

McGregor, Russell (2021) Book review of "Where Shadows Have Fallen: the unhappy descent of Henry Kendall" by Adrian Mitchell. Wakefield Press, Mile End, SA, Australia, 2020. ISBN: 9781743057483. Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, 107 (2). pp. 251-252.

McGregor, Russell (2021) A fleeting return. Openbook, Spring 21. pp. 64-67.

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

McGregor, Russell (2021) 100 years ago, this man discovered an exquisite parrot thought to be extinct. What came next is a tragedy we must not repeat. The Conversation, 10 December 2021.

McGregor, Russell (2021) Alec Chisholm and the extinction of the Paradise Parrot. Historical Records of Australian Science, 32 (2). pp. 156-167.

McGregor, Russell (2021) Everyday enchantment: a short history of birdwatching. Australian Birdlife, 10 (3). pp. 28-31.

Mate, Geraldine, and UNSPECIFIED (2021) Introduction. In: Mitchell, Bronwyn, and Ridgway, Ruth, (eds.) Connections Across the Coral Sea: A Story of Movement. Queensland Museum Network, Brisbane, Australia, pp. 4-7.

Megarrity, Lyndon (2021) “Legislating for the Future: Robert Philp and the Politics of Mining in Queensland 1893 to 1903”, Vol. 19, 2021, pp. 108-32. Journal of Australasian Mining History, 19. pp. 108-132.

McAllister, Madeline, and Woo, Maddy (2021) Small clues, big stories. In: Mitchell, Bronwyn, and Ridgway, Ruth, (eds.) Connections Across the Coral Sea: A Story of Movement. Queensland Museum Publications, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 34-37.

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.

McGregor, Russell (2021) The tragedy of the Paradise Parrot. Arcadia, Summer (27).

May, Sally K., Wesley, Daryl, Goldhahn, Joakim, Litster, Mirani, and Manera, Brad (2017) Symbols of power: the firearm paintings of Madjedbebe (Malakunanja II). International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 21. pp. 690-707.

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O'leary, Michael, Cuttler, Michael, Benjamin, Jonathan, Bailey, Geoff, Ulm, Sean, McCarthy, John, Wiseman, Chelsea, Stevens, Amy, and McDonald, Jo (2023) New approaches for assessing site formation of submerged lithic scatters. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 49. 104046.

Osborne, Roger (2021) Jon Cleary and Sundowner Productions Pty Ltd: The Making of a Textual Craftsman. Script and Print, 45 (4). pp. 141-155.

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Philpin, Aurora, McAllister, Madeline, and van Duivenvoorde, Wendy (2021) Attempting to Name the Nameless: Copper Alloy Analysis of Artefacts from Unidentified Shipwreck Sites on Greater Detached Reef, Great Barrier Reef. Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 45. 6. pp. 75-87.

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.

Petchey, Fiona, Clark, Geoffrey, Winter, Olaf, O'Day, Patrick, and Litster, Mirani (2017) Colonisation of remote Oceania: new dates for the Bapot-1 site in the Mariana Islands. Archaeology in Oceania, 52. pp. 108-126.

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Rowland, Michael J., and Kerkhove, Raymond C. (2022) Evidence of external contact between the Pacific Basin and the east coast of Australia during the Holocene: A review. Queensland Archaeological Research, 25. pp. 47-66.

Rivera Araya, Maria, Rowe, Cassandra, Levchenko, Vladimir, Ulm, Sean, and Bird, Michael I. (2022) A radiocarbon chronology for Sanamere Lagoon, Cape York Peninsula, using multiple organic fractions. Quaternary Geochronology, 70. 101273.

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..

Rehn, Emma, Rowe, Cassandra, Ulm, Sean, Gadd, Patricia, Zawadzki, Atun, Jacobsen, Geraldine, Woodward, Craig, and Bird, Michael (2021) Multiproxy Holocene fire records from the tropical savannas of northern Cape York Peninsula, Queensland, Australia. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9. 771700. -16.

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.

Rivera Araya, Maria Jose (2020) Multi-proxy evidence of long-term environmental change in northern Australia's tropical savannas. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Saktura, Wanchese M., Rehn, Emma, Linnenlucke, Lauren, Munack, Henry, Wood, Rachel, Petchey, Fiona, Codilean, Alexandru T., Jacobs, Zenobia, Cohen, Tim J., Williams, Alan N., and Ulm, Sean (2023) SahulArch: A geochronological database for the archaeology of Sahul. Australian Archaeology, 89 (1). pp. 1-13.

Spicer, Chrystopher (2021) The Memory of Love: The Springthorpe Memorial in Australia as Haptic Memoryscape. Markers, 37. pp. 92-119.

Shephard, Rosalie Joyce (2020) Cultural landscape change in the historical perspective of white settlement in the Wet Tropics: case study of the Redlynch Valley. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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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Ulm, Sean, Mcniven, Ian J., and McLean, Kenneth (2024) Aboriginal people made pottery and sailed to distant offshore islands thousands of years before Europeans arrived. The Conversation.

Ulm, Sean, Mcniven, Ian J., Summerhayes, Glenn R., Wu, Pei-hua, Bunbury, Magdalena M.E., Petchey, Fiona, Hua, Quan, Skelly, Robert, Lambrides, Ariana B.J., Rowe, Cassandra, Lowe, Kelsey M., Reepmeyer, Christian H., Maclaurin, Cailey, Woo, Katherine G.P., Harris, Matthew, Morgan, Sarah B., Turner-Kose, Kayla L., Slater, Sarah A., Connelly, Joshua D., Kneppers, Michael C., Szabó, Katherine, Fairbairn, Andrew, Haberle, Simon G., Hopf, Felicitas, Bultitude, Robert, Ash, Jeremy, Lewis, Stephen E., Beaman, Robin J., Leon, Javier Xavier, McDowell, Matthew C., Potter, Martin, Connelly, Benjamin, Little, Chris, Jackson, Scott, McCarthy, John, Nothdurft, Luke D., Zhao, Jian-xin, Bird, Michael I., Felgate, Matthew W., Cobus, Brian, and Walmbaar Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC, (2024) Early Aboriginal pottery production and offshore island occupation on Jiigurru (Lizard Island group), Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Quaternary Science Reviews. 108624. (In Press)

Ulm, Sean, Hughes, Lucy, and Kreij, Anna (2024) Stone-walled intertidal fish traps in the Wellesley Islands region [Exhibition Catalogue]. In: Wales, Jacqueline, and Lord, Connie, (eds.) Ngurruwarra/Derndernyin: Stone Fish Traps of the Wellesley Islands. Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage, Cairns, QLD, Australia, pp. 6-9.

Ulm, Sean, O'Grady, Damien, Petchey, Fiona, Hua, Quan, Jacobsen, Geraldine, Linnenlucke, Lauren, David, Bruno, Rosendahl, Daniel, Bunbury, Magdalena M.E., Bird, Michael I., and Reimer, Paula J. (2023) Australian marine radiocarbon reservoir effects: ΔR atlas and ΔR calculator for Australian mainland coasts and near-shore islands. Radiocarbon, 65 (5). pp. 1139-1159.

Ulm, Sean, and Mcniven, Ian (2021) Excavating Jiigurru: Archaeological discoveries on Lizard Island. In: Mitchell, Bronwyn, and Ridgway, Ruth, (eds.) Connections Across the Coral Sea: A Story of Movement. Queensland Museum Publications, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 28-33.

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Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka (2023) A Beaut of a Cut Near Cairns: The Butty Gang System in the Cane Fields in John Naish’s The Cruel Field. Labour History, 124 (1). pp. 31-61.

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.

Vidonja Balanzategui, Bianka (2021) Window in Time, a community oral history project: its challenges, shortcomings and lessons learnt. Studies in Oral History, 43. pp. 214-217.

van Duivenvoorde, Wendy, Wesley, Daryl, Litster, Mirani, Veys, Wonu, Nayati, Widya, Polzer, Mark, McCarthy, John, and Jansen, Lidwien (2019) Van Delft before Cook: the earliest record of substantial culture contact between Indigenous Australians and the Dutch East India Company prior to 1770. Australasian Journal of Maritime Archaeology, 43. pp. 27-49.

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White, Patrick (2023) Developing northern Australia to defend the nation. The Strategist, "North of 26° south" (4 July 2023).

Wilson, Christopher, Roberts, Amy, Fusco, Diana, and Ngarrindjeri Aboriginal Corporation, (2022) New data and syntheses for the zooarchaeological record from the Lower Murray River Gorge, South Australia: Applying a ngatji lens. Australian Archaeology, 88 (2). pp. 200-214.

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