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Aurima Devatine, Flora, and Castro-Koshy, Estelle (2016) Poétiques, éthique et transmission sur la toile : l’univers littéraire et le patrimoine culturel de Flora Aurima-Devatine, Nathalie Heirani Salmon-Hudry et Chantal Spitz / Poems, ethics and transmission on the web: the literary world and cultural heritage of Flora Aurima-Devatine, Nathalie Heirani Salmon-Hudry and Chantal Spitz. Anthrovision, 4 (1). pp. 1-19.

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Buhrich, Alice, and Murison, Johnny (2020) The Western Yalanji dendroglyph: the life and death of an Aboriginal carved tree. Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage, 7 (4). pp. 255-271.

Blatman-Thomas, Naama, and Porter, Libby (2019) Placing property: theorizing the urban from settler colonial cities. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 43 (1). pp. 30-45.

Barclay, Kate, McClean, Nicholas, Foale, Simon, Sulu, Reuben, and Lawless, Sarah (2018) Lagoon livelihoods: gender and shell money in Langalanga, Solomon Islands. Maritime Studies, 17 (2). pp. 199-211.

Blatman-Thomas, Naama (2017) From transients to residents: urban Indigeneity in Israel and Australia. Journal of Historical Geography, 58. pp. 1-11.

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Crosby, Raphaella Kathryn (2020) Australian votes in the making: a critical review of voter behaviour research in Australia. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Chaudhury, Sneha, and Lundberg, Anita (2018) Singapore as a Creative City: vignettes from the perspective of la flâneuse tropique. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 17 (2). pp. 110-131.

Chaudhury, Sneha, and Lundberg, Anita (2018) Tropical flânerie & the creative Asian city: a perambulation of literature. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 17 (1). 3643. pp. 74-89.

Chang, Charlotte H., Barnes, Michele L., Frye, Margaret, Zhang, Mingxia, Quan, Rui-Chang, Reisman, Leah M.G., Levin, Simon A., and Wilcove, David S. (2017) The pleasure of pursuit: recreational hunters in rural Southwest China exhibit low exit rates in response to declining catch. Ecology and Society, 22 (1). 43.

Castro-Koshy, Estelle, Aurima-Devatine, Flora, Tehei'ura, Monana'ura, and Devatine, Tokainiua (2016) Discussion sur "Pina’ina’i: écho de l’esprit et des corps". Journal de la Société des Océanistes, 142-143 (2016). pp. 99-116.

Condevaux, Aurélie, Le Roux, Geraldine, and Schuft, Laura (2016) Du corps à l’image. Repenser les performances culturelles en Océanie à l’ère de la mondialisation [The body and its image: reinventing cultural performances in Oceania in an era of globalization]. Journal de la Société des Océanistes, 2016. pp. 142-143.

Castro-Koshy, Estelle, and Le Roux, Geraldine (2016) Introduction. Creative collaborations, dialogues, and reconfigurations: rethinking artistic, cultural, and sociopolitical values and practices with Indigenous people in Australia, French Polynesia, New Caledonia-Kanaky, and Papua New Guinea. Anthrovision, 4 (1). pp. 1-11.

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Deger, Jennifer (2020) President's note: the inaugural Australian Anthropological Society Behrouz Boochani Award. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 31 (1). pp. 6-8.

Deger, Jennifer (2020) You are here. In: Tsing, Anna L., Deger, Jennifer, Saxena, Alder Keleman, and Zhou, Feifei, (eds.) Feral atlas: the more-than-human Anthropocene. Stanford University Press, Redwood City, CA, USA.

Deger, Jennifer (2018) Phone-made poiesies: towards an ethnography of call and response. In: Bell, Joshua A., and Kuipers, Joel C., (eds.) Linguistic and Material Intimacies of Cell Phones. Routledge Studies in Anthropology . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 128-147.

Deger, Jennifer (2018) Pink cake, red eyes, coloured photos: desire, loss and Aboriginal aesthetics in northern Australia. In: Young, Diana, (ed.) Rematerializing Colour: from concept to substance. Sean Kingston Publishing, Canon Pyon, UK, pp. 45-65.

Dyer, Michelle (2018) Transforming communicative spaces: the rhythm of gender in meetings in rural Solomon Islands. Ecology and Society, 23 (1).

Deger, Jennifer (2017) Curating digital resonance. In: Hjorth, Larissa, Horst, Heather, Galloway, Anne, and Bell, Genevieve, (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography. Routledge Companions . Routledge, New York, NY, USA, pp. 318-328.

Dyer, Michelle (2017) Growing down like a banana: Solomon Islands village women changing gender norms. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 18 (3). pp. 193-210.

Dillon, Roberto, and Lundberg, Anita (2017) Vampires in video games: mythic tropes for innovative storytelling. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 16 (1). pp. 46-67.

Deger, Jennifer (2017) Warwuyun (worry) in the age of the selfie. Artlink, 37 (3). pp. 52-57.

Deger, Jennifer (2016) BarkTV: portrait of an innovator. In: Hinkson, Melinda, (ed.) Imaging Identity: media, memory and portraiture in the digital age. ANU Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 117-140.

Deger, Jennifer (2016) Christmas with Wawa: a video experiment with Yolngu aesthetics. In: Cox, Rupert, Irving, Andrew, and Wright, Christopher, (eds.) Beyond Text? Critical practices and sensory anthropology. Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK, pp. 163-169.

David, Bruno, Richards, Thomas, Goddard, Michael, Dutton, Tom, Leavesley, Matthew, McNiven, Ian J., and Mandui, Herman (2016) Historicizing Motu ceramics and the hiri trade. In: Richards, Thomas, David, Bruno, Aplin, Ken, and McNiven, Ian J., (eds.) Archaeological Research at Caution Bay, Papua New Guinea: cultural, linguistic and environmental setting. Caution Bay Studies in Archaeology, 1 . Archaeopress, Oxford, UK, pp. 65-74.

Deger, Jennifer, and Gurrumuruwuy, Paul (2016) Ringtone. [Creative Work]

Deger, Jennifer (2016) Thick photography. Journal of Material Culture, 21 (1). pp. 111-132.

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Foale, Simon (2021) The unequal place of anthropology in cross‑disciplinary research on environmental management in the Pacific and what to do about it. In: Bainton, Nicholas A., McDougall, Debra, Alexeyeff, Kalissa, and Cox, John, (eds.) Unequal Lives: Gender, Race and Class in the Western Pacific. Pacific Series . ANU Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 77-107.

Falck, Christiane (2020) 'You have to call the right name' - Operation Joshua meets Cosmology and Catholicism at Lake Chambri in Papua New Guinea. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 31 (2). pp. 170-186.

Friend, Maria (2019) Kreacja i recykling: produkcja szklanych paciorkow w poludniowej Ghanie (Creativity and Recycling: the production of glass beads in south Ghana). In: Pradzynska, Ewa, (ed.) Afryka-Pasja Zycia. Tom Jubileuszowy dedykowany dr.hab. Jackowi Lapottowi prof. US w 70 rocznce urodzin (Africa - Life's Passion. Festschrift dedicated to prof. dr. Jacek Lapott on his 70th Birthday). Muzeum Miejskie w Zorach (Zory City Museum, Poland), Zory, Poland, pp. 187-200.

Falck, Christiane (2019) The Thomas Souls Ministry - onto-praxis, dividualism, and charismatic Catholicism at Lake Chambri, Papua New Guinea. Oceania, 89 (3). pp. 301-315.

Filer, Colin, and Gabriel, Jennifer (2018) How could Nautilus Minerals get a social licence to operate the world's first deep sea mine? Marine Policy, 95. pp. 394-400.

Foale, Simon (2018) An anthropologist's perspective on criminal justice in North Queensland. James Cook University Law Review, 24. pp. 223-229.

Falck, Christiane (2018) The (re-)appropriation of spirit beings - spirits of the dead and spirits of God in a Sepik community. Oceania, 88 (1). pp. 107-126.

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Geerlings, Lennie, and Lundberg, Anita (2020) "That's the world standard": a critical ethnography of "Universal" knowledge. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 51 (1). pp. 27-46.

Gurrumuruwuy, Paul, Deger, Jennifer, Gurunulmiwuy, Enid, Balpatji, Warren, Balanydjarrk, Meredith, Ganambarr, James, and Djingadjingawuy, Kayleen (2019) Phone & spear: a Yuṯa anthropology. Goldsmith Press, London.

Geerlings, L.R.C., and Lundberg, A. (2018) Global discourses and power/knowledge: theoretical reflections on futures of higher education during the rise of Asia. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 38 (2). pp. 229-240.

Gillespie, Kirsty (2018) The ethnomusicologist at the rock face: reflections on working at the nexus of music and mining. In: Post, Jennifer C., (ed.) Ethnomusicology: a contemporary reader. Routledge, New York, NY, USA, pp. 81-96.

Gabriel, Jennifer (2017) Cosmopolitan tourism and host-guest exchanges in the Nakanai Range, East New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Asian Journal of Tourism Research, 2 (3). pp. 51-79.

Gillespie, Kirsty (2017) Protecting our shadow: repatriating ancestral recordings to the Lihir Islands, Papua New Guinea. In: Gillespie, Kirsty, Treloyn, Sally, and Niles, Don, (eds.) A Distinctive Voice in the Antipodes: Essays in Honour of Stephen A. Wild. ANU Press, Canberra, ACT, Australia, pp. 355-374.

Gatling, Margaret, Mills, Jane, and Lindsay, David (2017) Sex after 60? You've got to be joking! Senior sexuality in comedy film. Journal of Aging Studies, 40. pp. 23-28.

Gabriel, Jennifer, Filer, Colin, Wood, Michael, and Foale, Simon (2017) Tourist initiatives and extreme wilderness in the Nakanai Mountains (PNG). Shima, 11 (1). 11. pp. 122-143.

Gibbs, Martin, and Roe, David (2016) Do you bring your gods with you or do you find them there waiting? Reconsidering the 1790 Polynesian colonisation of Pitcairn Island. Australian Folklore, 31. pp. 173-191.

Gillespie, Kirsty (2016) Musical landscapes of Lihir: exploring performance and place in a museum exhibition. Perfect Beat, 17 (1). pp. 9-24.

Gillespie, Kirsty (2016) We will not sit down: exploring agency through Christian music at Lake Kopiago, Papua New Guinea. In: Magowan, Fiona, and Schwartz, Carolyn, (eds.) Christianity, Conflict and Renewal in Australia and the Pacific. International Studies in Religion and Society, 26 . Brill, Leiden, Netherlands, pp. 215-231.

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Henry, Rosita, Wood, Michael, Neuendorf, Nalisa, and Brooksbank, John (2020) Planning for later life: transnational and inter-generational care among Papua New Guineans in Australia. Geoforum, 112. pp. 24-30.

Henry, Rosita, and Pam, Christine (2018) Indigenous knowledge in the time of climate change (with reference to Chuuk, Federated States of Micronesia). In: Nakashima, Douglas, Krupnik, Igor, and Rubis, Jennifer T., (eds.) Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Change Assessment and Adaptation. Cambridge University Press and UNESCO, Cambridge, UK, pp. 58-74.

Henry, Rosita (2017) Veiled commands: anthropological perspectives on directives. In: Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y., and Dixon, R.M.W., (eds.) Commands: a cross-linguistic typology. Explorations in Linguistic Typology . Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 301-312.

Henry, Rosita (2016) From flame to fame: transformation of firesticks to art in North Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Cultural Heritage Series, 10. pp. 59-76.

Henry, Rosita, and Vávrová, Daniela (2016) An extraordinary wedding: some reflections on the ethics and aesthetics of authorial strategies in ethnographic filmmaking. Anthrovision, 4 (1). pp. 1-19.

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Kamble, Zilmiyah, and Bouchon, Frederic (2016) Developing a framework for assessing social cohesion via tourism. Tourism Review, 71 (4). pp. 272-286.

Kjærsgaard, Mette Gislev, Halse, Joachim, Smith, Rachel Charlotte, Vangkilde, Kasper Tang, Binder, Thomas, and Otto, Ton (2016) Introduction: design anthropological futures. In: Smith, Rachel Charlotte, Vangkilde, Kasper Tang, Kjærsgaard, Mette Gislev, Otto, Ton, Halse, Joachim, and Binder, Thomas, (eds.) Design Anthropological Futures. Bloomsbury, London, UK, pp. 1-16.

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Lundberg, Anita, Vital, André Vasques, and Das, Shruti (2021) Tropical imaginaries and climate crisis: embracing relational climate discourses. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 20 (2). pp. 1-31.

Lundberg, Anita, Ngalamulume, Kalala, Segata, Jean, Termizi, Arbaayah Ali, and Spicer, Chrystopher J. (2021) Pandemic, plague, pestilence and the tropics: critical inquiries from arts, humanities and social sciences. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 20 (1).

Lundberg, Anita, and Peer, Jasmin (2020) Singapore 'A Land Imagined': rising seas, land reclamation and the tropical film-noir city. eTropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 19 (2). pp. 201-227.

Lundberg, Anita (2020) Balinese dancer wearing a gas mask: climate change and the tropical imaginary. Scottish Geographical Journal, 136 (1-4). pp. 91-100.

Lundberg, Anita, Osborne, Roger, Ancuta, Katarzyna, and Stasiewicz-Bieńkowska, Agnieszka (2019) Tropical Gothic: literary and creative works. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 18 (2).

Lowe, Sebastian J., and Fraser, Alistair (2018) Connecting with innerlandscapes: Taonga pūoro, musical improvisation and exploring acoustic Aotearoa/New Zealand. Journal of New Zealand and Pacific Studies, 6 (1). pp. 5-20.

Lowe, Sebastian J., and Crawford, Peter I. (2018) Filming Ng ā Taonga Pūoro: the potential of experimental film in anthropological and ethnomusicological enquiry. Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, 15 (1). pp. 120-142.

Livingston, Catherine, Goldfinch, Felise, and Morgan, Rhian (2017) Man-eating teddy bears of the scrub: exploring the Australian drop bear urban legend. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 16 (1). pp. 79-95.

Lundberg, Anita (2016) Rhizomes, weak links and far flung networks: empowering women's space in tropical Asia. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 15 (2). pp. 106-117.

Le Roux, Geraldine (2016) Transforming representations of marine pollution. For a new understanding of the artistic qualities and social values of ghost nets. Anthrovision, 4 (1). pp. 1-20.

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Media, Miyarrka (2020) Yuta anthropology. In: George, L, Tauri, J, and Macdonald, L, (eds.) Indigenous Research Ethics: Claiming Research Sovereignty Beyond Deficit and the Colonial Legacy (Advances in Research Ethics and Integrity, Vol. 6),. Advances in Research Ethics and Integrity, 6 . Emerald Publishing, Bingley, United Kingdom, pp. 237-246.

Miyarrka Media, (2017) Warwuyun (worry). [Creative Work]

McGregor, Russell, and Fuary, Maureen (2016) Walter Edmund Roth: ethnographic collector and Aboriginal protector. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Cultural Heritage Series, 10. pp. 43-58.

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Otto, Ton, Deger, Jennifer, and Marcus, George E. (2021) Ethnography and exhibition design: insights from the Moesgaard inaugural. Design Studies. (In Press)

Otto, Ton (2018) My culture, I perform it, I can change it: film, audience and cultural critique. Visual Anthropology, 31 (4-5). pp. 318-335.

Otto, Ton (2016) History in and for design. Journal of Design History, 29 (1). pp. 58-70.

Otto, Ton, and Hardy, Dianna (2016) Transforming artefacts into digital heritage: developing interactive databases for use by Aboriginal communities. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Cultural Heritage Series, 10. pp. 117-132.

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Pattiselanno, Freddy, Lloyd, Janice K.F., Sayer, Jeffrey, Boedhihartono, Agni Klintuni, and Arobaya, Agustina (2020) Wild meat trade chain on the Bird's Head Peninsula of West Papua Province, Indonesia. Journal of Ethnobiology, 40 (2). pp. 202-217.

Phillips, Louise (2018) Walking with ethico-politico-urban-wonder. In: Snepvangers, Kim, and Davis, Susan, (eds.) Embodied and Walking Pedagogies Engaging the Visual Domain: research creation and practice. Transformative Pedagogies in the Visual Domain, 8 . Common Ground Research Networks, Champaign, IL, USA, pp. 15-35.

Pannell, Sandra (2018) Framing the loss of solace: Issues and challenges in researching Indigenous compensation claims. Anthropological Forum, 28 (3). pp. 255-274.

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Rodd, Robin (2020) Democracy without citizens: Australian citizen agency and the symbolic significance of not having rights. International Journal Of Politics Culture And Society, 33. pp. 459-476.

Roberts, Nicholas (2020) Where the global meets the local: managing caves as heritage places within a mining and extractive industry in the Lao PDR. SPAFA Journal, 4. 617.

Rodd, Robin (2019) Democratic Citizenship as Uruguayan cultural heritage. Democratic Theory, 6 (1). pp. 27-48.

Rodd, Robin (2019) Remembering obedience and dissent: democratic citizenship and memorials to state violence in Australia and Argentina. In: Penaloza, Fernanda, and Walsh, Sarah, (eds.) Mapping South-South Connections: Australia and Latin America. Studies of the Americas . Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 263-294.

Rodd, Robin (2018) It’s all you! Australian ayahuasca drinking, spiritual development, and immunitary individualism. Critique of Anthropology, 38 (3). pp. 325-345.

Rodd, Robin (2018) The ‘I’ and the ‘we’ of citizenship in the age of waning democracy: Wolin and Balibar on citizenship, the political and dedemocratization. Citizenship Studies, 22 (3). pp. 312-328.

Rodd, Robin (2018) Piaroa shamanic ethics and ethos: living by the law and the good life of tranquillity. International Journal of Latin American Religions, 2 (2). pp. 315-333.

Ravenswood, Katherine, Le Queux, Stéphane, French, Erica, Strachan, Glenda, and Burgess, John (2016) Managing diversity in the South Pacific. In: Klarsfeld, Alain, Ng, Eddy S., Booysen, Lize A.E., Christiansen, Liza Castro, and Kuvaas, Bård, (eds.) Research Handbook of International and Comparative Perspectives on Diversity Management. Research Handbooks in Business and Management Series . Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, pp. 227-255.

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Smith, Rachel Charlotte, and Otto, Ton (2016) Cultures of the future: emergence and intervention in design anthropology. In: Smith, Rachel Charlotte, Vangkilde, Kasper Tang, Kjærsgaard, Mette Gislev, Otto, Ton, Halse, Joachim, and Binder, Thomas, (eds.) Design Anthropological Futures. Bloomsbury, London, UK, pp. 19-36.

Scotcher, Jacqueline (2016) Wayfaring and creative practice in Tropical Far North Queensland landscapes. Etropic: electronic journal of studies in the tropics, 15 (2). pp. 42-58.

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Tsing, Anna L., Deger, Jennifer, Keleman Saxena, Alder, and Zhou, Feifei (2020) Feral atlas: the more-than-human Anthropocene. [Creative Work]

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Van Dinther, Kristine (2020) Moral anthropology: a critique of criticism. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 3 (10). pp. 1005-1021.

Van Dinther, Kristine (2020) The devil's in the detail: consequences, intent, and moral futures in anthropology. HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 10 (3). pp. 1036-1041.

Vavrova, Daniela (2018) The rocking of canoe and custom: shifts in Ambonwari's perception of invisible realm, secrecy and village hierarchy. Journal de la Societe des Oceanistes, 146. pp. 55-62.

Vávrová, Daniela (2017) Sharing the visible and invisible domains of lived experiences with the Ambonwari of Papua New Guinea. In: Gair, Susan, and van Luyn, Ariella, (eds.) Sharing Qualitative Research: showing lived experience and community narratives. Routledge Advances in Research Methods, 21 . Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 130-149.

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Wood, Michael, Foale, Simon, and Gabriel, Jennifer (2020) Anticipating Ulawun Volcano in New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Anthropological Forum, 30 (1-2). pp. 30-41.

Wood, Michael (2018) Spirits, Christians and capitalists in the rainforests of Papua New Guinea. In: Ostling, Michael, (ed.) Fairies, Demons, and Nature Spirits: 'small gods' at the margins of Christendom. Palgrave Historical Studies in Witchcraft and Magic . Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK, pp. 301-323.

Wood, Michael (2016) Dudley Bulmer's artefacts as autobiography. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. Culture, 10. pp. 77-92.

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