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2012 and in press

BARNEY, K. in press Lexine Solomon: Songs of connection and celebration by a Torres Strait Islander. In R. Hellier-Tinoco (ed), Vocal Her Stories: Women Singers in Global Contexts. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.

BARNEY, K. in press ‘Taking your mob with you’: Giving voice to the experiences of Indigenous Australian postgraduate students. Higher Education Research and Development.

BARNEY, K. 2012 ‘Sing loud, break through the silence’: Musical responses to the National Apology to the Stolen Generations. Perfect Beat 13 (1): 69-94.

BARNEY, K. (ed). 2012 Refereed papers from the 7th International Small Island Cultures Conference held in Airlie Beach on June 12-15, 2011. http://sicri-network.org/archives/isic7/

BARNEY, K. in press Contemporary Indigenous music. In Continuum: Encyclopaedia of Popular Music. Vol. 5.

BARNEY, K. 2012 Conversations, collaborations and contestations: Building a dialogue between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in ethnomusicological research. Altitude: An e-journal of emerging humanities work 10.
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 2011

BARNEY, K. and L. Solomon 2011 Songs for survival: Exploring resilience and resistance in the contemporary songs of Indigenous Australian women. In A. Brader (ed), Songs of Resilence, pp.49-72. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

BARNEY, K. 2011 Cherbourg that's my home: Celebrating landscape through song. Queensland Historical Atlas 2011. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/cherbourg-thats-my-home-celebrating-landscape-through-song

FORD, L. and T. Dunba 2011. New life: Conception, pregnancy and birthing. In R. Thackrah and K. Scott (eds), Indigenous Australian health and cultures. pp. 22-42 Frenchs Forest: Pearson.

Mackinlay, E. and BARNEY, K. 2011 Teaching and learning for social justice: An approach to transformative education in Indigenous Australian studies. In G. Williams (ed) Talking Back, Talking Forward: Journeys in Transforming Indigenous Educational Practice, pp. 117-128. Darwin: Charles Darwin University Press.

2010

 

 

Bowman, J. and S. ULM 2009 Grants, gender and glass ceilings? An analysis of ARC-funded archaeology projects. Australian Archaeology 68:31-36.

HUGGINS, J. 2009 A voice for the future. The Courier-Mail 30 September 2009, p.32.

LILLEY, I. 2009 Strangers and brothers? Heritage, human rights and a cosmopolitan archaeology. In L. Meskell (ed.), Cosmopolitan Archaeologies, pp.48-67. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

LILLEY, I. 2009 Report on Evaluation of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, Hawai‘i, USA. Report on UNESCO World Heritage nomination for the International Committee on Monuments and Sites.

LILLEY, I. 2009 Independent Appraisal of the Cultural Heritage Assessment of the Yabulu South to Rollingstone Transmission Line. Report to Powerlink Queensland.

MACKINLAY, E. 2009 In memory of music research: An autoethnographic, ethnomusicological and emotional response to grief, death and loss in the Aboriginal community at Borroloola, Northern Territory. In B-L. Bartleet and C. Ellis (eds), Musical Autoethnographies: Making Autoethnography Sing/Making Music Personal, pp.225-244. Bowen Hills, QLD: Australian Academic Press.

MACKINLAY, E. 2009 Singing maternity through autoethnography: Making visible the musical world of myself as a mother. Early Child Development and Care 179(6):717-731.

MACKINLAY, E. 2009 Songs she sang to me: The centrality of music to the lives of mothers and their children. Australian Kodaly Journal 2009:31-39.

MACKINLAY, E. 2009 Singing maternity: Making visible the musical worlds of mothers and their children. In E. Mackinlay, B-L. Bartleet and K. Barney (eds), Musical Islands: Exploring Connections between Music, Place and Research, pp.242-262. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

MACKINLAY, E., B-L. Bartleet and K. BARNEY (eds) 2009 Musical Islands: Exploring Connections between Music, Place and Research. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

MACKINLAY, E., B-L. Bartleet and K. BARNEY 2009 Beginning the musical voyage: An introduction. In E. Mackinlay, B-L. Bartlett and K. Barney (eds), Musical Islands: Exploring Connections between Music, Place and Research, pp.xix-xxv. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

MENNIS, M. 2009 The Red Cliffs: A Story of Moreton Bay 1799-1830. Moorooka, QLD: Boolarong Press.

Moon, C., J. Jacobson, C. Goodman, J. Williams, B. Evans, N. Richards, N. Evans, E. Round, H. Tomkins, D. Rosendahl, S. ULM and P. Memmott 2009 Lardil Fish Names: Spoken by the Lardil of Mornington Island. Gununa, QLD: Mirndiyan Gununa Aboriginal Corporation.

Paul, P., N. Loogatha, A. Loogatha, E. Thomas, D. Loogatha, B. Evans, N. Evans, H. Tomkins, D. Rosendahl, S. ULM, E. Round and P. Memmott 2009 Kayardilt Fish Names: Spoken by the Kaiadilt of Bentinck Island. Gununa, QLD: Mirndiyan Gununa Aboriginal Corporation.

ROBINS, R. 2009 Review of Places as Occupational Histories - An Investigation of the Deflated Surface Archaeological Record of Pine Point and Langwell Stations, Western New South Wales, Australia by Justin Shiner. Archaeology in Oceania 44(1):43.

Sand, C., I. LILLEY, F. Valentin, J. Bolé and D. Baret 20090 Rapport sur la mission archéologique 200è à Tiga (Iles Loyauté). Rapport réalisé dans le cadre du programme ethno-archéologique sur Tiga pout compte de la Province des îles Loyauté. Département Archéologie de la Direction des Affaires Culturelles et Coutumières de Nouvelle-Caledonie.

STEWART, J. 2009 Indigenous Narratives of Success: Building Positive and Effective Communication in Group Conversation. Maleny, QLD: Post Pressed.

STEWART, J. 2009 Review of Arlathirnda Ngurkarnda Ityirnda: Being-Knowing-Doing: De-Colonising Indigenous Tertiary Education by Veronica Arbon. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 38:117-119.

SUE-SEE, R. (ed.) 2009 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 141-n. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

ULM, S., F. Petchey and A. Ross 2009 Marine reservoir corrections for Moreton Bay, Australia. Archaeology in Oceania 44(3):160-166.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2009 Australian Archaeology 68.

ULM, S. and A. Ross 2009 Editorial. Australian Archaeology 68:ii.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2009 Australian Archaeology 69.

ULM, S. and A. Ross 2009 Editorial. Australian Archaeology 69:ii.

ULM, S., K. Vernon, G. Robertson and S. Nugent 2009 Historical continuities in Aboriginal land-use at Bustard Bay, Queensland: Results of use-wear and residue analysis of Aboriginal glass artefacts. Australasian Historical Archaeology 27:111-119.

WATSON, S. 2009 Oodgeroo: Bloodline to Country [playscript].

2008
Barnard, T. 2008 Indigenous ceramics. In From the Earth: Survey of Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics. Exhibition catalogue, December, 2008.

Barnard, T. 2008 From the Earth. Journal of Australian Ceramics 48(1):8.

Barney, K. 2008 'Black, urban, contemporary, strong and beautiful': Exploring how Indigenous Australian women performers are positioned in the popular media. In I. Collinson (ed.), Whose Popular Music? Industry, Performers, Fans: Selected Proceedings from the 2006 IASPM Australia and New Zealand Conference, pp.65-76. Sydney: International Association of the Study of Popular Music, Australia New Zealand branch and Perfect Beat Publications.

Barney, K. 2008 'We're women we fight for freedom': Intersections of race and gender in contemporary songs by Indigenous Australian women performers. Women's Studies Journal 22(1):3-15.

Carter, M. and I. LILLEY 2008 Between the Australian and Melanesian realms: The archaeology of the Murray Islands and consideration of a settlement model for Torres Strait. In J. Conolly and M. Campbell (eds), Comparative Island Archaeologies, pp.63-83. BAR International Series S1829. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Fullagar, R. and S. ULM (eds) 2008 Australian Archaeological Consultancy Monograph Series 2. St Lucia, QLD: Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists Inc.

Gongora, J., N.J. Rawlence, V.A. Mobegi, H. Jianlin, J.A. Alcalde, J.T. Matus, O. Hanotte, C. Moran, J.J. Austin, S. Ulm, A.J. Anderson, G. Larson and A. Cooper 2008 Indo-European and Asian origins for Chilean and Pacific chickens revealed by mtDNA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) 105(30):10308-10313.

Gongora, J., N.J. Rawlence, V.A. Mobegi, H. Jianlin, J.A. Alcalde, J.T. Matus, O. Hanotte, C. Moran, J.J. Austin, S.Ulm, A.J. Anderson, G. Larson and A. Cooper 2008 Reply to Storey et al.: More DNA and dating studies needed for ancient El Arenal-1 chickens. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) 105(48):E100.

HUGGINS, J. 2008 The human face of Indigenous Australia. In P. Rothfield, C. Fleming and P.A. Komesaroff (eds), Pathways to Reconciliation: Between Theory and Practice, pp.xx-xx. Aldershot: Ashgate. [NB: May not have been claimed].

HUGGINS, J. 2008 Don't cry, Gunduburries [Chapter 1 from Auntie Rita]. In A. Heiss, P. Minter and N. Jose (eds), Macquarie PEN Anthology of Aboriginal Literature, pp.150-155. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin.

HUGGINS, J. and E. MACKINLAY (eds) 2008 The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 37.

HUGGINS, J. and E. MACKINLAY 2008 Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 37:iii-iv.

HUGGINS, J. and E. MACKINLAY (eds) 2008 The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 37S.

HUGGINS, J. and E. MACKINLAY 2008 Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 37S:iv.

Langley, M.C., C. Clarkson and S. ULM 2008 Behavioural complexity in Eurasian Neanderthal populations: A chronological examination of the archaeological evidence. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 18(3):289-307.

LILLEY, I. 2008 Apocalypse now (and avoid the rush): Human dimensions of climate change in the Indo-Pacific. Archaeology in Oceania 43:35-40. [NB: May not have been claimed].

LILLEY, I. 2008 Archaeology, the World Bank and postcolonial politics. In M. Leibmann and U. Rizvi (eds), Archaeology and the Postcolonial Critique, pp.141-164. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira. [NB: May not have been claimed].

LILLEY, I. 2008 Intra-regional Studies: Migrations, Pacific. In D. Pearsall (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Archaeology. Oxford: Elsevier. [NB: May not have been claimed].

LILLEY, I. 2008 Flights of fancy: Fractal geometry, the Lapita dispersal and punctuated colonisation in the Pacific. In G. Clark, F. Leach and S. O'Connor (eds), Islands of Inquiry: Colonisation, Seafaring and the Archaeology of Maritime Landscapes, pp.75-86. Terra Australis 29. Canberra: ANU E Press.

MACKINLAY, E. 2008 Crossing and negotiating borders of identity, knowledge and tradition: Coming to an understanding of Aboriginal women's performance in educational locales as a white woman. Journal of Australian Studies 32(2):179-196.

MACKINLAY, E. 2008 Wurrurrumi kun-borrk: Songs from Western Arnhem Land [Audio review]. Yearbook for Traditional Music 40:198.

MACKINLAY, E. 2008 Making space as white music educators for Indigenous Australian holders of song, dance and performance knowledge: The centrality of relationship as pedagogy. Australian Journal of Music Education 1:2-6.

MACKINLAY, E. 2008 Where did her song go? Reflections on the role of music educators in re-teaching mothers how to sing. Australian Kodaly Bulletin. (n. p.).

MACKINLAY, E. and F. Baker 2008 Methodological challenges amidst musical food for the soul: Reflections on singing lullabies as a mother. Hecate 34(1):24-44

MACKINLAY, E. and K. BARNEY 2008 "Move over and make room for Meeka": The representation of race, otherness and indigeneity on the Australian children’s television programme Play School. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 29(2):273-288.

MACKINLAY, E. and B. Bartleet 2008 Reflections on teaching and learning feminism in musicological classrooms: An autoethnographic conversation. Outskirts 18. http://www.chloe.uwa.edu.au/outskirts/archive/volume18/mackinlay.

Memmott, P., R. ROBINS and E. Stock 2008 What exactly is a fish trap? Methodological issues for the study of Aboriginal intertidal rock wall fish traps, Wellesley Islands region, Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia. In J. Conolly and M. Campbell (eds), Comparative Island Archaeologies, pp.47-67. BAR International Series S1829. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Petchey, F., A. Anderson, A. Zondervan, S. ULM and A. Hogg 2008 New marine ΔR values for the South Pacific Subtropical Gyre region. Radiocarbon 50(3):373-397.

Pettersen, O., N. Bordes, S. ULM, D. Gwynne, T. Simmich and B. Pailthorpe 2008 Grid services for e-archaeology. In W. Kelly and P. Roe (eds), Grid Computing and e-Research 2008: Proceedings of the Sixth Australasian Workshop on Grid Computing and e-Research (AusGrid 2008), Wollongong, NSW, Australia, January 2008, pp.17-25. Australian Computer Science Communications 30(8). Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology 82. Sydney: Australian Computer Society Inc.

ROBINS, R. 2008 The legacy of a 'lazy character': Walter Roth's contribution to the ethnography collections of the Queensland Museum. In R. McDougall and I. Davidson (eds), The Roth Family, Anthropology, and Colonial Administration, pp.171-180. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.

ROBINS, R. 2008 Reflections in a cracked mirror: What collections representing 'them' can say about 'us' and the role of museum collections. In N. Peterson, L. Allen and L. Hamby (eds), The Makers and Making of Indigenous Australian Museum Collections, pp.61-75. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

SHEEHAN, N. and I. LILLEY 2008 Things are not always what they seem: Indigenous knowledge and pattern recognition in archaeological analysis. In C. Colwell-Chanthaphonh and T. Ferguson (eds), Collaboration in Archaeological Practice: Engaging Descendent Communities, pp.87-115. Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira. [NB: May not have been claimed].

SUE-SEE, R. (ed.) 2008 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 132-140. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

SUTHERLAND, K. (ed.) 2008 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 116-120. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2008 Australian Archaeology 67.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2008 Australian Archaeology 66.

ULM, S. and A. Ross 2008 Editorial. Australian Archaeology 66:ii.

WATSON, S. 2008 From The Kadaitcha Sung. In A. Heiss, P. Minter and N. Jose (eds), Macquarie PEN Anthology of Aboriginal Literature, pp.131-133. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen and Unwin.

WOOLFORD, N. (ed.) 2008 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 121-n. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

2007
Balme, J., J. Campbell, C. Clarke, S. Colley, I. Davidson, A. Fairbairn, S. Nichols and S. ULM 2007 By Degrees: Benchmarking Archaeology Degrees in Australian Universities. Armidale: Teaching and Learning Centre, University of New England.

BARNEY, K. 2006-2007 Rethinking, redesigning, and reflecting on teaching and learning Indigenous Australian music. Music Education Research and Innovation 13(1):2-30 [NB: 2007 copyright date].

BARNEY, K. 2007 Sending a message: How Indigenous Australian women use contemporary music recording technologies to provide a space for agency, viewpoints and agendas. World of Music 49(1):105-123.

BARNEY, K. 2007 On the margins: Torres Strait Islander women performing contemporary music. Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures 1(2):70-90.

Bordes, N. and S. ULM 2007 Shared Resource Storage Broker [for the Access Grid software for the Queensland Historical Atlas ARC Linkage project]

Bradley, J. and E. MACKINLAY 2007 Singing the land, singing the family: Song, place and spirituality amongst the Yanyuwa. In F. Richards (ed.), The Soundscapes of Australia: Music, Place and Spirituality, pp.75-92. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing.

Huggins, J. 2007 Vote lit the way to untapped goodness. The Australian 23 May 23 2007. p.14.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2007 Native Title and the Transformation of Archaeology in the Postcolonial World. London and Walnut Creek CA: UCL Institute of Archaeology and Left Coast Press. [NB: May not have been claimed].

LILLEY, I. 2007 The evolution of Sio pottery. In J. Specht (ed.), Archaeology of the Bismarck Archipelago, pp.227-244. Records of the Australian Museum Technical Reports 20. Sydney: Australian Museum. [NB: May not have been claimed].

LILLEY, I. 2007 Reflections on ethics at Stanford. Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 3(3):446-448.

LILLEY, I. and J. Specht 2007 Revised dating of Type X pottery, Morobe Province. In J. Specht (ed.), Archaeology of the Bismarck Archipelago, pp.217-226. Records of the Australian Museum Technical Reports 20. Sydney: Australian Museum. [NB: May not have been claimed].

MACKINLAY, E. 2007 Disturbances and Dislocations: Understanding Teaching and Learning Experiences in Indigenous Australian Women’s Music and Dance. New York: Peter Lang Publishers.

MACKINLAY, E. 2007 'Singing with Bling’: Reflecting on lessons learned from a music enrichment programme for gifted and talented students. In A. Stanberg, J. McIntosh and R. Faulker (eds), Celebrating Musical Communities: Proceedings of the 40th Anniversary National Conference, pp.149-153. Perth, WA: Australian Society for Music Education. [NB: May not have been claimed].

MACKINLAY, E. 2007 Opening musical doorways towards tolerance and acceptance: Some reflections on the relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in multicultural and values educational contexts. Musicworks: Journal of the Australian Council of Orff Schulwerk 12(1):26-36. [NB: May not have been claimed].

MACKINLAY, E. and F. Baker 2007 Finding their voice: Reflecting on the educational benefits of a singing programme for first-time mothers. In A. Stanberg, J. McIntosh and R. Faulker (eds), Celebrating Musical Communities: Proceedings of the 40th Anniversary National Conference, pp.154-158. Perth, WA: Australian Society for Music Education. [NB: May not have been claimed].

MACKINLAY, E. (ed.) 2007 Music, Meaning and Transformation: Meaningful Music Making for Life. Book 1. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

MACKINLAY, E. and S. Harrison (eds) 2006-2007 Music Education Research and Innovation 13(1):1-106. Brisbane: Australian Society for Music Education Inc. (Queensland Chapter).

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2007 The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 36.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS 2007 Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 36:ii.

Nunn, P.D., R. Hunter-Anderson, M.T. Carson, F. Thomas, S. ULM and M.J. Rowland 2007 Times of plenty, times of less: Last-millennium societal disruption in the Pacific Basin. Human Ecology 35(4):385-401.

Robinson, O. and T. BARNARD 2007 ‘Thanks, but we’ll take it from here’: Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women influencing the collection of tangible and intangible heritage. Museum International 59(4):34-45.

ROSENDAHL, D., S. ULM and M. Weisler 2007 Using formaminifera to distinguish between natural and cultural shell deposits in coastal eastern Australia. Journal of Archaeological Science 34:1584-1593.

SHEEHAN, N. and I. LILLEY 2007 Things are not always what they seem: Indigenous knowledge and pattern recognition in archaeological analysis. In C. Colwell-Chanthaphonh and T.J. Ferguson (eds), Collaboration in Archaeological Practice: Engaging Descendant Communities, pp.x-x. Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press.

ULM, S. 2007 WAC, ethics, enforcement and rights. Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 3(3):413-416.

ULM, S. and I. Lilley 2007 Sean Ulm’s and Ian Lilley’s guide to doing archaeology in Queensland. In C. Smith and H. Burke (eds), Digging it Up Down Under: A Practical Guide to Doing Archaeology in Australia, pp.142-143. New York: Springer.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2007 Australian Archaeology 64.

ULM, S. and A. Ross 2007 Editorial. Australian Archaeology 64:ii.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2007 Australian Archaeology 65.

ULM, S. and A. Ross 2007 Editorial. Australian Archaeology 65:ii.

WATSON, S. 2007 The Mack [playscript].

WOOLFORD, N. 2007 Review of "Rob Riley: An Aboriginal Leader's Quest for Justice" by Q. Beresford. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 36:134-135.

WOOLFORD, N. (ed.) 2007 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 92-115. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

2006
Baker, F. and E. MACKINLAY 2006 Sing, soothe and sleep: A lullaby education programme for first-time mothers. British Journal of Music Education 23(2):147-160. 

BARNEY, K. 2006 Playing hopscotch: How Indigenous women performers resist Aboriginalist constructs of race. Crossings 11(1). http://www.asc.uq.edu.au/crossings/11_1/index.php?apply=barney.

BARNEY, K. 2006. Women singing up big: The growth of contemporary music recordings by Indigenous Australian women artists. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1:44-57.

BARNEY, K. 2006  Review of Landscapes of Indigenous Performance: Music, Song and Dance of the Torres Strait and Arnhem Land edited by F. Magowan and K. Neuenfeldt. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 35:102-103.

Bordes, N., S. ULM, O. Pettersen, K. Murphy, D. Gwynne, W. Pagnon, S. Hungerford, P. Hiscock, J. Hall and B. Pailthorpe 2006 Data grid for the management, reconstruction, analysis and visualisation of archaeological data. In S. Ulm and I. Lilley (eds), An Archaeological Life: Papers in Honour of Jay Hall, pp.251-264. Research Report Series 7. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

HUGGINS, J. 2006 Proud heritage. The Australian 29 August. p.14.

HUGGINS, J. 2006 Uninformed debate diminishes us all. The Age 9 September. p.9.

HUGGINS, J., M. Dodson, F. Chaney and M. Leibler 2006 We don't need yet another band-aid. The Age 18 May. p.18.

HUGGINS, J. and M. Leibler 2006 Win-win for reconciliation. The Age 22 September. p.12.

LILLEY, I. 2006 It's life, Jim, but not as we know it. In J. Schultz (ed.), Hot Air: How Nigh is the End?, pp.213-224. Griffith Review 12. Brisbane: Griffith University. http://www3.griffith.edu.au/01/griffithreview/toc.php?author=Ian+Lilley.

LILLEY, I. 2006 Whatever happens, we'll manage. The Australian Wednesday 17 May:44-45.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2006 Archaeology of Oceania: Australia and the Pacific Islands. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

LILLEY, I. 2006 Archaeology in Oceania: Themes and issues. In I. Lilley (ed.), Archaeology of Oceania: Australia and the Pacific Islands, pp.1-28. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

LILLEY, I. 2006 Archaeology, diaspora and decolonization. Journal of Social Archaeology 6(1):28-47.

LILLEY, I. 2006 Review of "After Captain Cook: The Archaeology of the Recent Indigenous Past in Australia" edited by R. Harrison and C. Williamson. Asian Perspectives 45(1):112-115.

LILLEY, I. 2006 Review of "The Lexicon of Proto Oceanic: The Culture and Environment of Ancestral Oceanic Society: Material Culture" edited by M. Ross, A. Pawley and M. Osmond. Archaeology in Oceania 41(1):45-46.

LILLEY, I. 2006 Archaeology and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies at the University of Queensland. In S. Ulm and I. Lilley (eds), An Archaeological Life: Papers in Honour of Jay Hall, pp.47-58. Research Report Series 7. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

MACKINLAY, E. 2006 'Memories in the landscape': The role of performance in naming, knowing, and claiming Yanyuwa country. In L. Dale and M. Henderson (eds), Terra Incognita: New Essays in Australian Studies, pp.83-90. Perth: API Network.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2006 The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 35.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS 2006 Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 35:ii.

Memmott, P., N. Evans, R. Robins and I. Lilley 2006 Understanding isolation and change in island human populations through a study of indigenous cultural patterns in the Gulf of Carpentaria. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 130(1):29-47.

Murphy, K., S. Nichols and S. ULM (eds) 2006 Mill Point Archaeological Project Field Season Report 2006:1-8. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ROBINS, R. and C. Swanson 2006 Of fairy rings and telegraph poles: The importance of accounting for evidence of absence in archaeological surveys. In S. Ulm and I. Lilley (eds), An Archaeological Life: Papers in Honour of Jay Hall, pp.73-88. Research Report Series 7. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ROSENDAHL, D. 2006 Review of "The Archaeology of the Aru Islands, Eastern Indonesia" edited by Sue O'Connor, Matthew Spriggs and Peter Veth. Australian Archaeology 63:67-68.

ROYLE, V. and S. ULM (eds) 2006 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2005:1-4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

Specht, J., I. LILLEY and W.R. Dickinson 2006 Type X pottery, Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea: Petrography and possible Micronesian relationships. Asian Perspectives 45(1):24-47.

STEWART, J. 2006 Review of "Indigenous Education and the Adventure of Insight: Learning and Teaching in Indigenous Classrooms" by Neil Harrison. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 35:119-122.

ULM, S. 2006 Coastal Themes: An Archaeology of the Southern Curtis Coast, Queensland. Terra Australis 24. Canberra: ANU E Press.

ULM, S. 2006 Australian marine reservoir effects: A guide to Australian ΔR values. Australian Archaeology 63:57-60.

ULM, S. 2006 Webmaster’s report. AACAI Newsletter 108:18-19.

ULM, S. 2006 Queensland State Chapter Annual Report. AACAI Newsletter 108:22-24.

ULM, S. and I. Lilley (eds) 2006 An Archaeological Life: Papers in Honour of Jay Hall. Research Report Series 7. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2006 Australian Archaeology 62.

ULM, S. and A. Ross 2006 Editorial. Australian Archaeology 62:ii.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2006 Australian Archaeology 63.

ULM, S. and A. Ross 2006 Editorial. Australian Archaeology 63:ii.

ULM, S. and D. Vale 2006 The antiquity of marine fishing in southeast Queensland: New evidence for pre-2000 BP fishing from three sites on the southern Curtis Coast. In S. Ulm and I. Lilley (eds), An Archaeological Life: Papers in Honour of Jay Hall, pp.161-176. Research Report Series 7. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

WATSON, S. 2006 Bora ring of the red dragon. In J. Kinsella (ed.), School Days, pp.27-35. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.

WOOLFORD, N. (ed.) 2006 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 68-91. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

2005
Baker, F. and E. MACKINLAY 2005 Facilitating the transition into motherhood through lullaby singing: A pilot study. The New Zealand Journal of Music Therapy 3:7-35.

BARNEY, K. 2005 Celebration or cover up: "My Island Home", Australian national identity and the spectacle of Sydney 2000. In E. Mackinlay, D. Collins and S. Owens (eds), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance, pp.141-150. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press.

BARNEY, K. and S. Brunt 2005 Conference Review: Making Music, Making Meaning: 13th International IASPM Conference, Rome 25-30th July. Soundings (September) 2005:5-7.

COLE, N. 2005 Review of  "Colouring the Past: The Significance of Colour in Archaeological Research" edited by A. Jones and G. MacGregor. Australian Archaeology 60:76-78.

COLE, N. 2005 Obituary: Percy Trezise OA 1923-2005. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1:131-133.

COLE, N. and A. Watchman 2005 AMS dating of rock art in the Laura region, Cape York Peninsula: Protocols and results of recent research. Antiquity 79(305):661-678.

Colley, S. and S. ULM 2005 Teaching, learning and Australian archaeology. Australian Archaeology 61:7-10.

Colley, S., S. ULM and F.D. Pate (eds) 2005 Teaching, Learning and Australian Archaeology. Australian Archaeology 61. Canberra: Australian Archaeological Association Inc.

Fullagar, R. and S. ULM (eds) 2005 Australian Archaeological Consultancy Monograph Series 1. St Lucia, QLD: Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists Inc.

HUGGINS, J. 2005 Five years on from the Bridge Walks - Taking the next step for reconciliation - 2005 Hyllus Maris Memorial Lecture. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues 8(1):32-41.

LAMB, J. and T. Loy 2005 Seeing red: The use of Congo Red dye to identify cooked and damaged starch grains in archaeological residues. Journal of Archaeological Science 32:1433-1440.

LILLEY, I. 2005 Archaeology and the politics of change in a decolonizing Australia. In J. Lydon and T. Ireland (eds), Object Lessons: Archaeology and Heritage in Australia, pp.89-106. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

LILLEY, I. and M. WILLIAMS 2005 Archaeological and Indigenous significance: A view from Australia. In C. Mathers, T. Darvill and B.J. Little (eds), Heritage of Value, Archaeology of Renown: Reshaping Archaeological Assessment and Significance, pp.227-247. Gainesville, FL: University of Florida Press.

MACKINLAY, E. 2005 Embodied pedagogy: Reading and performing race in an Indigenous Australian women's music and dance classroom. In V. Rogers and David Symons (eds), The Legacy of John Blacking: Essays on Music, Culture and Society pp.180-191. Crawley, WA: UWA Press.

MACKINLAY, E. 2005 Making the journey in: Opening up spaces for performing, teaching and learning Aboriginal performance traditions. In F. Magowan and K. Neuenfeldt (eds), Landscapes of Indigenous Performance: Music, Song and Dance of the Torres Strait and Arnhem Land, pp.119-142. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.

MACKINLAY, E. 2005 The personal is political is musical: Reflections on women's music making in the Yanyuwa Aboriginal community at Borroloola, Northern Territory. In E. Mackinlay, D. Collins and S. Owens (eds), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance, pp.221-233. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press.

MACKINLAY, E. 2005 The interface between music education and musicology: An ethnomusicological perspective. In E. Mackinlay, D. Collins and S. Owens (eds), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance, pp.311-316. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press.

MACKINLAY, E. 2005 'For our mother's song we sing': Yanyuwa Aboriginal women's narratives of experience, memory and emotion. Altitude 6 http://www.api-network.com/altitude/.

MACKINLAY, E. 2005 Moving and dancing towards decolonisation in education: An example from an Indigenous Australian performance classroom. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 34:113-122 [NB: 2006 copyright date].

MACKINLAY, E. 2005 Young, white and female: Understanding the identities and agendas of students in the context of teaching and learning Indigenous Australian women’s music and dance. Australian Journal of Music Education 1:32-46.

MACKINLAY, E. and F. Baker 2005 Nurturing herself, nurturing her baby: Creating positive experiences for first-time mothers through lullaby singing. Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture 9:69-89.

MACKINLAY, E. and F. Baker 2005 Singing to know baby, singing to know self: Lullaby singing as a pedagogical tool in the everyday life of first-time mothers. Perfect Beat 7(3):3-18.

MACKINLAY, E., D. Collins and S. Owens (eds) 2005 Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2005 The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 34 [NB: 2006 copyright date].

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS 2005 Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 34:ii [NB: 2006 copyright date].

Pascoe, R., S. Leong, J. MacCallum, E. MACKINLAY, K. Marsh, B. Smith, T. Church and A. Winterton 2005 National Review of School Music Education: Augmenting the Diminished. Canberra: Department of Education, Science and Training.

ROSENDAHL, D. and S. ULM 2005 All the Small Things: The Refinement of Foraminiferal Analysis to Determine Site Formation Processes in Archaeological Sediments. Poster presented to the Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Fremantle, November 2005.

ROYLE, V. and S. ULM (eds) 2005 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2004:1-4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

SHNUKAL, A. 2005 Language (Australia). In E. Benson and L.W. Conolly (eds), Encyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English, pp.801-805. 2nd ed. Vol. 2. London: Routledge.

SHNUKAL, A. 2005 Review of "My Island Home: A Torres Strait Memoir" by John Singe. The Journal of Pacific History 40(1):121-122.

ULM, S. 2005 Review of "The Sea People: Late Holocene Maritime Specialisation in the Whitsunday Islands, Central Queensland" by Bryce Barker. Archaeology in Oceania 40(1):27-28.

ULM, S. (ed.) 2005 Mill Point Archaeological Project Field Season Report 2005:1-4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. 2005 Thesis Abstract: Investigations Towards a Late Holocene Archaeology of Aboriginal Lifeways on the Southern Curtis Coast, Australia. Quaternary Australasia 22(2):24-25.

ULM, S., S. Cotter, M. Cotter, I. Lilley, C. Clarkson and J. Reid 2005 Edge-ground hatchets on the southern Curtis Coast, central Queensland: A preliminary assessment of technology, chronology and provenance. In I. Macfarlane (ed.), Many Exchanges: Archaeology, History, Community and the Work of Isabel McBryde, pp.323-342. Aboriginal History Monograph 11. Canberra: Aboriginal History Inc.

ULM, S., S. Nichols and C. Dalley 2005 Mapping the shape of contemporary Australian archaeology: Implications for archaeology teaching and learning. Australian Archaeology 61:11-23.

WOOLFORD, N. (ed.) 2005 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 43-67. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

2004
BARNEY, K. 2004 "Where is their costume, where is their paint?": Exploring how Indigenous Australian women construct and negotiate their Indigeneity through contemporary music. Perfect Beat 7:42-59.

BARNEY, K. 2004 Repositioning music analysis: Preparatory thoughts for a case study of Indigenous Australian women's contemporary music. In M. Ewans, R. Halton and J.A. Phillips (eds), Music Research: New Directions for a New Century, pp.156-165. London: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Bordes, N., B. Pailthorpe, J. Hall, T. Loy, M. Williams, S. ULM, X. Zhou and R. Fletcher 2004 Computational archaeology. In WACE4: Workshop on Advanced Collaborative Environments: Proceedings: September 23, 2004. http://www.mcs.anl.gov/wace.

COLE, N. 2004 Battle camp to Boralga: A local study of colonial war on Cape York Peninsula, 1873-1894. Aboriginal History 28:156-189.

COLE, N. 2004 An Assessment of the Cultural Heritage Values of the Proposed Lease Area of Carborough Downs Coal Mine Joint Venture. Unpublished report in association with BBKY#3 Native Title Applicants to McCollum Environmental Management Services and Carborough Downs Joint Venture.

Godwin, L. and S. ULM 2004 Report on an Assessment of the Cultural Heritage Values Associated with the Proposed Burrumba Village, Buxton, Southeastern Queensland. Unpublished report to Neolido Pty Ltd. Rockhampton: Central Queensland Cultural Heritage Management. pp.iii+84

Haslam, M., S. ULM and L. Kirkwood (compilers) 2004 Australian Archaeology: 30 Years of Australian Archaeology, 1974-2003 [DVD]. Canberra: Australian Archaeological Association Inc.

HUGGINS, J. 2004 Indigenous women and leadership: A personal reflection. Indigenous Law Bulletin 6(1):5-7.

HUGGINS, J. 2004 Australia Day: A celebration for some but sorrowful reflection for others. On Line Opinion: Australia's e-Journal of Social and Political Debate 4 February:1-2.

HUGGINS, J. 2004 How Indigenous women can take a greater leadership role. On Line Opinion: Australia's e-Journal of Social and Political Debate 20 May:1-3.

Kirkwood, L., M. Haslam and S. ULM 2004 New Technological Initiatives of the Australian Archaeological Association Inc. Poster presented to the Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Armidale, December 2004.

LILLEY, I. 2004 Archaeology in Melanesia. In T. Murray (ed.), Archaeology from Australia, pp.71-84. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

LILLEY, I. 2004 Diaspora and identity in archaeology: Moving beyond the Black Atlantic. In L. Meskell and R.W. Preucel (eds), A Companion to Social Archaeology, pp. 287-312. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

LILLEY, I. 2004 Trade and culture history across the Vitiaz Strait, Papua New Guinea: The emerging post-Lapita coastal sequence. In V. Attenbrow and R. Fullagar (eds), A Pacific Odyssey: Archaeology and Anthropology in the Western Pacific: Papers in Honour of Jim Specht, pp.89-96. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 29. Sydney: Australian Museum.

MACKINLAY, L. 2004 Teaching and learning race and gender in an Indigenous Australian performance studies classroom: An embodied approach to pedagogy. Australian Journal of Music Education 1:32-46.

MACKINLAY, E. 2004 The pedagogical as performative: Opening up spaces for teaching and learning Indigenous women’s music and dance. In M. Ewans, R. Halton and J.A. Phillips (eds), Music Research: New Directions for a New Century, pp.166-176. London: Cambridge Scholars Press.

MACKINLAY, E. (ed.) 2004 Queensland Journal of Music Education 11(1):1-114. Brisbane: Australian Society for Music Education Inc. (Queensland Chapter).

MACKINLAY, E. 2004 Editorial. Queensland Journal of Music Education 11(1):3-4. Brisbane: Australian Society for Music Education Inc. (Queensland Chapter).

MACKINLAY, E., K. Thatcher and C. Seldon 2004 Understanding social and legal justice issues for Aboriginal women within the context of an Indigenous Australian studies classroom: A problem-based learning approach. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 33:23-30.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2004 The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 33:1-62.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS 2004 Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 33:ii.

SHEEHAN, N. 2004 Indigenous Knowledge and Higher Education: Instigating Relational Education in a Neocolonial Context. Unpublished PhD thesis, School of Education, University of Queensland, Brisbane.

SHNUKAL, A. 2004 The post-contact created environment in the Torres Strait central islands. In I.J. McNiven and M. Quinnell (eds), Torres Strait Archaeology and Material Culture, pp. 317-346. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, Cultural Heritage Series 3(1).

SHNUKAL, A. 2004 Language diversity, pan-Islander identity and 'national' identity in Torres Strait. In R. Davis (ed.), Woven Histories, Dancing Lives: Torres Strait Islander Identity, Culture and History, pp.107-123. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.

SHNUKAL, A. 2004 A Dictionary of Torres Strait Creole. Kuranda, QLD: The Rams Skull Press.

SHNUKAL, A. 2004 Bibliography of Torres Strait. Ngulaig 20. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

SHNUKAL, A. 2004 'They don't know what went on underneath': Three little-known Filipino/Malay communities of Torres Strait. In A. Shnukal, G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata (eds), Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait, pp.81-121. Canberra: Pandanus Books.

SHNUKAL, A. 2004 Confluence: Asian cultural contributions to ailan pasin. In A. Shnukal, G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata (eds), Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait, pp.247-263. Canberra: Pandanus Books.

SHNUKAL, A. and G. Ramsay 2004 Tidal flows: An overview of Torres Strait Islander-Asian contact. In A. Shnukal, G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata (eds), Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait, pp.33-51. Canberra: Pandanus Books.

SHNUKAL, A., G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata (eds) 2004 Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait. Canberra: Pandanus Books.

SHNUKAL, A., G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata 2004 Introduction. In A. Shnukal, G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata (eds), Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait, pp.2-11. Canberra: Pandanus Books.

Sparkes, S.J. and A. SHNUKAL 2004 The Sri Lankan settlers of Thursday Island. In A. Shnukal, G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata (eds), Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait, pp.161-201. Canberra: Pandanus Books.

ULM, S. 2004 Investigations Towards a Late Holocene Archaeology of Aboriginal Lifeways on the Southern Curtis Coast, Australia. Unpublished PhD thesis, School of Social Science, University of Queensland, Brisbane.

ULM, S. 2004 Themes in the archaeology of mid-to-late Holocene Australia. In T. Murray (ed.), Archaeology from Australia, pp.187-208. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

ULM, S. (ed.) 2004 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2003:1-4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. (ed.) 2004 Mill Point Archaeological Project Field Season Report 2004:1-4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. 2004 Thesis Abstract: Investigations Towards a Late Holocene Archaeology of Aboriginal Lifeways on the Southern Curtis Coast, Australia. Australian Archaeology 59:67-68.

ULM, S. 2004 Webmaster's report. AACAI Newsletter 95:1-3.

ULM, S. 2004 President's report. Australian Archaeology 58:56-57.

ULM, S., S. Nichols and C. Dalley 2004 Profiling the Profession: A National Survey of Archaeologists Working in and from Australia. Poster presented to the Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Armidale, December 2004.

ULM, S., J. Reid and J. Powell 2004 Mill Point Archaeological Project: 2004 Field Season. Poster presented to the Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Armidale, December 2004.

ULM, S. and M. WILLIAMS (eds) 2004 Ngulaig 20:1-100. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

WATSON, S. 2004 They Killed the Song. The Kurbingui Star 13:11.

WOOLFORD, N. (ed.) 2004 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 18-42. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

2003
CHADWICK, R. (ed.) 2003 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 2-5, 8-9. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

CHADWICK, R. and N. WOOLFORD (eds) 2003 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 1. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

COLE, N. 2003 Rock art in the Laura sandstones: A model of regional style. Adoranten 2003:5-22.

COLE, N. 2003 Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka (India): Proposal for Inclusion on the World Heritage List as a Cultural Landscape. Unpublished report to ICOMOS.

COTTER, M. and S. Cotter 2003 "The probable industrial origin of archaeological daub at an Iron Age site in northeast Thailand" (Parr and Boyd, 2002): A comment on the inappropriate application of geophysical and geochemical techniques to an archaeological question. Geoarchaeology 18(8):883-893.

Hannaford, J., B. Collins and J. Huggins 2003 Review of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission, June 2003: Public Discussion Paper. Canberra: Department of Immigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs.

HUGGINS, J. 2003 Always was and always will be. In M. Grossman (ed.), Blacklines: Contemporary Critical Writing by Indigenous Australians, pp.60-65. Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Press.

HUGGINS, J. 2003 The message is action-driven. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal 27(3):28-30.

HUGGINS, J. 2003 Symbolic and practical go hand in hand. The Australian 30 July. p.11.

HUGGINS, J. 2003 Indigenous good governance begins with communities and institutions. On Line Opinion: Australia's e-Journal of Social and Political Debate 13 October:1-3.

HUGGINS, J. 2003 The figures seem to confirm that practical reconciliation is not enough. On Line Opinion: Australia's e-Journal of Social and Political Debate 19 November:1-3.

HUGGINS, J. 2003 Reconciliation in 2004 - the outlook is positive after key gains in 2003. On Line Opinion: Australia's e-Journal of Social and Political Debate 18 December:1-3.

Lentfer, C.J., M.M. COTTER and W.E. Boyd 2003 Particle settling times for gravity sedimentation and centrifugation: A practical guide for palynologists. Journal of Archaeological Science 30:149-168.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2003 World Archaeological Bulletin 17:1-99.

LILLEY, I. 2003 Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin 17:2-4.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2003 World Archaeological Bulletin 18:1-97.

LILLEY, I. 2003 Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin 18:2-5.

LILLEY, I. 2003 Editor's report. World Archaeological Bulletin 18:17-18.

MACKINLAY, E. 2003 Yanyuwa women play too: Didjeridu performance at Borroloola, N.T. Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture 7:1-11.

MACKINLAY, E. 2003 Performing race, culture, and gender in an Indigenous Australian women's music and dance classroom. Communication and Education 52(3/4):258-272.

MACKINLAY, E. 2003 Performing bodies: Negotiating race and gender in an Indigenous Australian performance studies classroom. Gender, Education, Music, and Society 3. http://music.boisestate.edu/gems/Mackinlayarticle.htm.

MACKINLAY, E. 2003 The interface between music education and musicology: An ethnomusicological perspective. Queensland Journal of Music Education 10(1):23-28.

MACKINLAY, E. (ed.) 2003 Queensland Journal of Music Education 10(1):1-95. Brisbane: Australian Society for Music Education Inc. (Queensland Chapter).

MACKINLAY, E. 2003 Editorial. Queensland Journal of Music Education 10(1):4-5. Brisbane: Australian Society for Music Education Inc. (Queensland Chapter).

MACKINLAY, E. (ed.) 2003 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 10. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. Bradley 2003 Many songs, many voices, and many dialogues: A conversation about Yanyuwa performance practice in a remote Aboriginal community. Rural Society 13(3):228-243.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. Bradley 2003 Of mermaids and spirit men: Complexities in the categorisation of two Aboriginal dance performances at Borroloola, NT. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 4(1/2):2-24.

MACKINLAY, E. and P. Dunbar-Hall 2003 Historical and dialectical perspectives on the teaching of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musics in the Australian education system. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 32:29-40.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2003 The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 31:1-82.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS 2003 Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 31:ii.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2003 The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 32:1-108.

MACKINLAY, E. and J. HUGGINS 2003 Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 32:iii-iv.

MACKINLAY, E., K. Thatcher and C. Seldon 2003 "Lawyers talk in big words": Understanding legal justice within the context of an Indigenous Australian women's studies classroom. Pandora's Box 67-74. Brisbane: Women and the Law Society, University of Queensland.

Ramsay, G. and A. SHNUKAL 2003 "Aspirational" Chinese: Achieving community prominence on Thursday Island, northeast Australia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 12(3):337-359.

SHNUKAL, A. 2003 Bibliography of Torres Strait. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/index.html?page=41660&pid=41659.

SHNUKAL, A. 2003 Introduction: Issues in north Queensland Indigenous education. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 31:1-5.

SHNUKAL, A. 2003 Report on the Torres Strait Creole Project, Thursday Island State High School. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 31:51-69.

SHNUKAL, A. 2003 A bibliography of Torres Strait education. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 31:77-80.

Stewart, J. and E. MACKINLAY 2003 Fostering Voice and Representation: Exploring the Use of Focus Groups with Indigenous Australian Tertiary Students. Ngulaig 19. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. (ed.) 2003 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2002:1-4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. (ed.) 2003 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 6-7. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

ULM, S. 2003 Monitoring, for the cultural record. The Courier-Mail 22 August:10.

ULM, S. 2003 Webmaster's report. AACAI Newsletter 92:1-2.

ULM, S. 2003 Membership Secretary's report. AACAI Newsletter 92:2-5.

ULM, S. 2003 Webmaster's report. AACAI Newsletter 93:1-3.

ULM, S. 2003 Membership Secretary's report. AACAI Newsletter 93:4-6.

ULM, S. 2003 Webmaster's report. AACAI Newsletter 94:8-10.

ULM, S. 2003 Membership Secretary's report. AACAI Newsletter 94:5-7.

ULM, S. 2003 Queensland State Chapter report. AACAI Newletter 94:12.

ULM, S. 2003 President's report. Australian Archaeology 56:67-68.

ULM, S. and M. WILLIAMS (eds) 2003 Ngulaig 19:1-46. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

WALKER, P. 2003 Colonising research: Academia's structural violence towards Indigenous peoples. Social Alternatives 22(3):37-40.

WOOLFORD, N. (ed.) 2003 Birra News: A Newsletter for Indigenous Australian Students at the University of Queensland 11-17. http://www.atsis.uq.edu.au/birranews/.

2002
Boyd, W., M. COTTER and J. Gardiner 2002 Dreaming the homeland: The Big Scot, power poles and the imagining of Scotland in Australia. In P. Holland, F. Stephenson and A. Wearing (eds), 2001, Geography - A Spatial Odyssey: Proceedings of the Third Joint Conference of the New Zealand Geographical Society and the Institute of Australian Geographers, pp.313-320. New Zealand Geographical Society Conference Series 21. Dunedin: New Zealand Geographical Society Inc.

COTTER, M. 2002 The late Quaternary stratigraphy of northern Deception Bay, south east Queensland: Towards a sedimentary and geochronological framework. In P. Holland, F. Stephenson and A. Wearing (eds), 2001, Geography - A Spatial Odyssey: Proceedings of the Third Joint Conference of the New Zealand Geographical Society and the Institute of Australian Geographers, pp.157-164. New Zealand Geographical Society Conference Series 21. Dunedin: New Zealand Geographical Society Inc.

Hlinka, V., S. ULM, T. Loy and J. Hall 2002 The genetic speciation of archaeological fish bone: A feasibility study from southeast Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research 13:71-78.

HUGGINS, J. 2002 Working the Walk: Activating Reconciliation. Frank Archibald Memorial Lecture Series 16. Armidale, NSW: University of New England.

HUGGINS, J. 2002 Reconciliation and Native Title. Balayi: Culture, Law and Colonialism 4:35-43.

HUGGINS, J. 2002 Foreword. In Only Gammon: Three Plays from Kooemba Jdarra. Fortitude Valley, Qld: Playlab Press.

HUGGINS, J. and F. Chaney 2002 Solid front to take on violence. The Australian 7 May. p.12.

HUGGINS, J. and F. Chaney 2002 Building blocks, not roadblocks, required. The Australian 30 May. p.11.

LILLEY, I. 2002 Lapita and Type Y pottery in the KLK site, Siassi, Papua New Guinea. In S. Bedford, C. Sand and D. Burley (eds), Fifty Years in the Field: Essays in Honour and Celebration of Richard Shutler Jr's Archaeological Career, pp.79-90. New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 25. Auckland: New Zealand Archaeological Association.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2002 World Archaeological Bulletin 15:1-117.

LILLEY, I. 2002 Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin 15:2-4.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2002 World Archaeological Bulletin 16:1-122.

LILLEY, I. 2002 Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin 16:3-6.

MACKINLAY, E. 2002 Engaging with theories of dialogue and voice: Using Bakhtin as a framework to understand teaching and learning Indigenous Australian women's performance. Research Studies in Music Education 19:32-45.

MACKINLAY, E. (ed.) 2002 Queensland Journal of Music Education 9(1):1-65. Brisbane: Australian Society for Music Education Inc. (Queensland Chapter).

MACKINLAY, E. 2002 Editorial. Queensland Journal of Music Education 9(1):3-4. Brisbane: Australian Society for Music Education Inc. (Queensland Chapter).

SHNUKAL, A. 2002 'All cross blood': Demography and Darnley Islanders 1870s-1928. In G. Briscoe and L. Smith (eds), The Aboriginal Population Revisited: 70 000 Years to the Present, pp.50-80. Aboriginal History Monograph 10. Canberra: Aboriginal History Inc.

SHNUKAL, A. 2002 Some language-related observations for teachers in Torres Strait and Cape York Peninsula schools. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 30(1):8-24.

SHNUKAL, A. 2002 Twentieth-century Torres Strait voices: Books, articles and theses written by Torres Strait Islanders. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 30(1):53-54.

STEWART, J. 2002 The relevance of the 'learning styles debate' for Australian Indigenous students in mainstream education. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 30(2):13-19.

ULM, S. 2002 Marine and estuarine reservoir effects in central Queensland, Australia: Determination of ΔR values. Geoarchaeology 17(4):319-348.

ULM, S. 2002 Conference report: Barriers, Borders, Boundaries: Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, 6-8 December 2001, Hervey Bay, Queensland. AACAI Newsletter 89:2-4.

ULM, S. 2002 Calibrating marine radiocarbon dates: A guide to Australian ΔR values. AACAI Newsletter 89:10-14.

ULM, S. 2002 The Seven Mile Creek Mound: New evidence for mid-Holocene Aboriginal marine resource exploitation in central Queensland. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 110:121-126.

ULM, S. 2002 Reassessing marine fishery intensification in southeast Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research 13:79-96.

ULM, S. 2002 AAA2001 conference report: Barriers, Borders, Boundaries: Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, 6-8 December 2001, Hervey Bay, Queensland. Australian Archaeology 54:61-62.

ULM, S. (ed.) 2002 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2001:1-4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. 2002 Membership Secretary's report. AACAI Newsletter 91:5-7.

ULM, S. 2002 The Australian pygmies [Letter to the Editor]. Quadrant September:6.

ULM, S. and J. Hall (eds) 2002 Recent archaeological research in southeast Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research 13. Brisbane: School of Social Science, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., C. Westcott, J. Reid, A. Ross, I. LILLEY, J. Prangnell and L. Kirkwood (eds) 2002 Barriers, Borders, Boundaries: Proceedings of the 2001 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference. Tempus 7. Brisbane: Anthropology Museum, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., C. Westcott, J. Reid, A. Ross, I. LILLEY, J. Prangnell and L. Kirkwood 2002 Preface: Barrier, borders, boundaries. In S. Ulm, C. Westcott, J. Reid, A. Ross, I. Lilley, J. Prangnell and L. Kirkwood (eds), Barriers, Borders, Boundaries: Proceedings of the 2001 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, pp.vii-viii. Tempus 7. Brisbane: Anthropology Museum, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., N. Woolford and D. Cummins 2002 A Preliminary Desktop Overview of Published Information on Brisbane Waterways Related to Indigenous Cultural Heritage. UQASU Report 372. Unpublished report to Water and Environment Group, City Design, Brisbane City Council, Fortitude Valley. Brisbane: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit.

WILLIAMS, M. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2002 Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 30(1):1-54.

WILLIAMS, M. and J. HUGGINS 2002 Editorial. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 30(1):iii-iv.

WILLIAMS, M. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2002 Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 30(2):1-24.

WILLIAMS, M. and J. HUGGINS 2002 Editorial. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 30(2):iii-iv.

2001
Anderson, A., S. Bedford, G. Clark, I. LILLEY, C. Sand, G. Summerhayes and R. Torrence 2001 An inventory of Lapita sites containing dentate-stamped pottery. In G.R. Clark, A.J. Anderson and T. Vunidilo (eds), The Archaeology of Lapita Dispersal in Oceania: Papers from the Fourth Lapita Conference, June 2000, Canberra, Australia, pp.1-13. Terra Australis 17. Canberra: Pandanus Books, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

Anderson, A., I. LILLEY and S. O'Connor (eds) 2001 Histories of Old Ages: Essays in Honour of Rhys Jones. Canberra: Pandanus Books, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

COTTER, M. and B. Boyd 2001 The value of cultural heritage in marginal landscapes: A southeast Queensland case study. In M. Cotter, B. Boyd and J. Gardiner (eds), Heritage Landscapes: Understanding Place and Communities, pp.203-231. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press.

COTTER, M., B. Boyd and J. Gardiner (eds) 2001 Heritage Landscapes: Understanding Place and Communities. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press.

COTTER, M., B. Boyd and J. Gardiner 2001 Engaging heritage landscapes: An introduction. In M. Cotter, B. Boyd and J. Gardiner (eds), Heritage Landscapes: Understanding Place and Communities, pp.1-6. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press.

COTTER, M., B. Boyd and J. Gardiner 2001 Heritage landscapes: Thoughts on place, an introduction. In M. Cotter, B. Boyd and J. Gardiner (eds), Heritage Landscapes: Understanding Place and Communities, p.9. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press.

COTTER, M., B. Boyd and J. Gardiner 2001 Heritage landscape: Organising place, an introduction. In M. Cotter, B. Boyd and J. Gardiner (eds), Heritage Landscapes: Understanding Place and Communities, p.79. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press.

COTTER, M., B. Boyd and J. Gardiner 2001 Understanding landscapes: Management of place, an introduction. In M. Cotter, B. Boyd and J. Gardiner (eds), Heritage Landscapes: Understanding Place and Communities, pp.235-236. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press.

COTTER, M., B. Boyd and J. Gardiner 2001 Understanding communities: Valuing place, an introduction. In M. Cotter, B. Boyd and J. Gardiner (eds), Heritage Landscapes: Understanding Place and Communities, pp.335-336. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press.

COTTER, M., B. Boyd and J. Gardiner 2001 Understanding communities: People in place, an introduction. In M. Cotter, B. Boyd and J. Gardiner (eds), Heritage Landscapes: Understanding Place and Communities, p.419. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press.

LILLEY, I. 2001 Of cowboys and core-tools: Revisionist reflections on Rhys Jones and 'The Great Intensification Debate'. In A. Anderson, I. Lilley and S. O'Connor (eds), Histories of Old Ages: Essays in Honour of Rhys Jones, pp.79-88. Canberra: Pandanus Books, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2001 World Archaeological Bulletin 13:1-101.

LILLEY, I. 2001 Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin 13:2-6.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2001 World Archaeological Bulletin 14:1-113.

LILLEY, I. 2001 Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin 14:2-4.

MACKINLAY, E. 2001 "Same but different": Musical behaviour, gender roles, and the transference of power in Yanyuwa society. Kulele: Occasional Papers on Pacific Music and Dance 3:65-78.

MACKINLAY, E. 2001 "Setting the stage": Learning Indigenous women's music and dance in an Australian educational institution. In H.R. Lawrence and D. Niles (eds), Traditionalism and Modernity in the Music and Dance of Oceania: Essays in Honour of Barbara B. Smith, pp.179-195. Oceania Monograph 52. Sydney: Oceania Publications, University of Sydney.

MACKINLAY, E. 2001 Performative pedagogy in teaching and learning Indigenous women's music and dance. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 29(1):12-21.

MACKINLAY, E. 2001 Disturbances and dislocations: Understanding teaching and learning experiences in Australian Aboriginal music. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 29(2):1-7.

SHEEHAN, N. 2001 'Some call it culture': Aboriginal identity and the imaginary moral centre. Social Alternatives 20(3):29-33.

SHEEHAN, N. and P. WALKER 2001 The Purga Project: Indigenous knowledge research. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 29(2):11-17.

SHNUKAL, A. 2001 Torres Strait Islanders. In M. Brandle (ed.), Multicultural Queensland 2001, pp.21-35. Brisbane: Multicultural Affairs Queensland, Community Engagement Division, Department of the Premier and Cabinet, State of Queensland.

SHNUKAL, A. 2001 Torres Strait English. In D. Blair and P. Collins (eds), English in Australia, pp.181-200. Varieties of English Around the World G26. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

SHNUKAL, A. 2001 The interwar Pacific Islander community of Port Lihou, Torres Strait. Journal of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland 17(10):433-460.

ULM, S. 2001 An Interim Desktop Assessment of the Cultural Heritage Values of the Proposed Cable and Wireless Optus Low-Impact Telecommunications Facility at Mt Alma, Central Queensland. UQASU Report 347. Unpublished report to Connell Wagner Pty Ltd, Spring Hill. Brisbane: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. (ed.) 2001 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2000:1-4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., I. LILLEY and M. WILLIAMS (eds) 2001 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series 5. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., J. REID, C. Westcott, A. Ross, I. LILLEY, L. Kirkwood, and J. Prangnell 2001 Barriers, Borders, Boundaries: Program and Abstracts of the 2001 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., J. REID and N. WOOLFORD 2001 Valve-Pairing and Stratigraphic Integrity in Coastal Midden Deposits: A Preliminary Study from the Seven Mile Creek Mound, Central Queensland. Poster presented to the Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Hervey Bay, December 2001.

ULM, S., A. SHNUKAL and C. Westcott 2001 An Annotated Bibliography of Theses in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Studies at the University of Queensland, 1948-2000. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series 5. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. and M. WILLIAMS (eds) 2001 Ngulaig 18:1-25. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

WALKER, P. 2001 Eldership and wisdom in Native conflict processing. The ADR Bulletin 3(9):105-108.

WALKER, P. 2001 Journeys around the medicine wheel: A story of Indigenous research in a Western university. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 29(2):18-21.

WHAP, G. 2001 A Torres Strait Islander perspective on the concept of Indigenous knowledge. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 29(2):22-29.

WILLIAMS, M. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2001 Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 29(1):1-53.

WILLIAMS, M. and J. HUGGINS 2001 Editorial. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 29(1):iii-iv.

WILLIAMS, M. and P. WALKER (eds) 2001 Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 29(2):1-37.

WILLIAMS, M. and P. WALKER 2001 Editorial. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 29(2):iii-iv.

2000
Bradley, J. and E. MACKINLAY 2000 Songs from a Plastic Water Rat: An Introduction to the Musical Traditions of the Yanyuwa Community of the Southwest Gulf of Carpentaria. Ngulaig 17. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

COTTER, M.M. 2000 The Late Quaternary stratigraphy of northern Deception Bay, southeast Queensland: Towards a sedimentary and geochronological framework for catchment management. In M.E. Cox (ed.), Science Informing Catchment Management: PASSCON 2000 Extended Abstracts, pp.15-18. Occasional Publication 1. Brisbane: School of Natural Resource Sciences, Queensland University of Technology.

COTTER, M.M. 2000 ARC Grant for geoarchaeological research in Central Queensland. Coastlines 9(2):9.

EALES, T. 2000 Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project, Archaeological Fieldwork Report, 11 July-22 August 2000. Field Report 17. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

EALES, T. and S. ULM 2000 Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project, Archaeological Fieldwork Report, 17 February-18 March 2000. Field Report 15. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

FOLEY, D. 2000 Successful Indigenous Australian Entrepreneurs: A Case Study Analysis. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series 4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

FOLEY, D. 2000 Indigenous research, differing value systems. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 28(1):17-30.

FOLEY, D. 2000 Book Review: Decolonising Methodologies: Research with Indigenous Peoples by Linda Tuhiwai Smith. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 28(1):48-49.

HUGGINS, J. 2000 Well I rest my case!. In M.A. Bin-Sallik (ed.), Aboriginal Women by Degrees: Their Stories of the Journey Towards Academic Achievement, pp.122-140. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press.

HUGGINS, J. 2000 Editorial. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 28(1):iii-iv.

HUGGINS, J. 2000 Editorial. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 28(2):iii-iv.

HUGGINS, J., K. Saunders and I. Tarrago 2000 Reconciling our mothers' lives. In J. Docker and G. Fischer (eds), Race, Colour and Identity in Australia and New Zealand, pp.39-58. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.

Johnson, L., J. HUGGINS and J. Jacobs 2000 Placebound: Australian Feminist Geographies. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

LILLEY, I. 2000 So near and yet so far: Reflections on archaeology in Australia and Papua New Guinea, intensification and culture contact. Australian Archaeology 50:36-44.

LILLEY, I. 2000 Migration and ethnicity in the evolution of Lapita and post-Lapita maritime societies in northwest Melanesia. In S. O'Connor and P. Veth (eds), East of Wallace's Line: Studies of Past and Present Maritime Cultures of the Indo-Pacific Region, pp.177-197. Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia 16. Rotterdam: A.A. Balkema.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2000 Native Title and the Transformation of Archaeology in the Postcolonial World. Oceania Monograph 50. Sydney: Oceania Publications, University of Sydney.

LILLEY, I. 2000 Native Title and the transformation of archaeology in the postcolonial world. In I. Lilley (ed.), Native Title and the Transformation of Archaeology in the Postcolonial World, pp.1-9. Oceania Monograph 50. Sydney: Oceania Publications, University of Sydney.

LILLEY, I. 2000 Professional attitudes to indigenous interests in the Native Title era: Settler societies compared. In I. Lilley (ed.), Native Title and the Transformation of Archaeology in the Postcolonial World, pp.99-119. Oceania Monograph 50. Sydney: Oceania Publications, University of Sydney.

LILLEY, I. 2000 Jim Allen and the archaeology of coastal Papua New Guinea. In A. Anderson and T. Murray (eds), Australian Archaeologist: Collected Papers in Honour of Jim Allen, pp.249-267. Canberra: Coombs Academic Publishing, Australian National University.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2000 World Archaeological Bulletin 11:1-150.

LILLEY, I. 2000 Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin 11:2.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 2000 World Archaeological Bulletin 12:1-106.

LILLEY, I. 2000 Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin 12:2-3.

LILLEY, I. 2000 Them dry bones: Archaeology and nation making in Papua New Guinea. World Archaeological Bulletin 12:14-41.

LILLEY, I. 2000 The Lapita cultural complex. Microsoft Encarta Encyclopaedia Deluxe 2001. CD-ROM.

MACKINLAY, E. 2000 Maintaining grandmothers' law: Female song partners in Yanyuwa culture. Musicology Australia 23:76-98.

MACKINLAY, E. 2000 Blurring boundaries between restricted and unrestricted performance: A case study of the mermaid song of Yanyuwa women in Borroloola. Perfect Beat 4(4):73-84.

REID, J., M. WILLIAMS and S. ULM 2000 An Archaeological Assessment of the Cultural Heritage Values of Lot 20, Captain Cook Drive, Town of Seventeen Seventy, Central Queensland. UQASU Report 331. Brisbane: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit, University of Queensland.

SHNUKAL, A. 2000 Language planning for education: A sociolinguistic profile of the Torres Strait region of northeast Australia. In J.K. Peyton, P. Griffin, W. Wolfram and R. Fasold (eds), Language in Action: New Studies of Language in Society: Essays in Honor of Roger W. Shuy, pp.84-93. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

ULM, S. 2000 Book Review: Prehistory of Australia by John Mulvaney and Johan Kamminga. Journal of Australian Studies 64:257-259.

ULM, S. 2000 A Desktop Archaeological Assessment of the Cultural Heritage Values of the Aldoga Industrial Area, Gladstone State Development Area, Central Queensland. Unpublished report to Kinhill Pty Ltd, Milton.

ULM, S. 2000 Evidence for early focussed marine resource exploitation from an open coastal site in central Queensland. Australian Archaeology 51:66-67.

ULM, S. 2000 Misleading claims made on funding [Letter to the Editor]. The Queensland Independent September:6.

ULM, S. 2000 Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project, Archaeological Fieldwork Report, 10 January-16 February 2000. Field Report 14. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. 2000 (ed.) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 1999:1-4. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. 2000 Book Review: Prehistory of Australia by John Mulvaney and Johan Kamminga. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 28(2):35-37.

ULM, S. and M. COTTER 2000 Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project, Archaeological Fieldwork Report, 11-29 July 2000. Field Report 16. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., I. LILLEY and M. WILLIAMS (eds) 2000 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series 4:1-76. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. and J. REID 2000 Index of dates from archaeological sites in Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research 12:1-129.

ULM, S. and M. WILLIAMS (eds) 2000 Ngulaig 17:1-46. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

WALKER, P. 2000 Native approaches to decolonising education in institutions of higher learning. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 28(2):28-34.

WILLIAMS, M. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2000 Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 28(1):1-55.

WILLIAMS, M. and J. HUGGINS (eds) 2000 Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 28(2):1-44.

1999
Bellwood, P., D. Bowdery, D. Bulbeck, M. Fiskesjo, R. Green, I. LILLEY and M. Bernard (eds) 1999 Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 18:1-140.

Bradley, J., F. Devlin-Glass and E. MACKINLAY 1999 Diwurruwurru: Towards a new kind of two-way classroom. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 27(2):24-26.

CARTER, M., I. LILLEY, S. ULM and D. BRIAN 1999 Mort Creek Site Complex, Curtis Coast: Site report. Queensland Archaeological Research 11:85-104.

EALES, T., S. ULM and I. LILLEY 1999 Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project, Archaeological Fieldwork Report, 23 June-17 July 1999. Field Report 13. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

EALES, T., C. WESTCOTT, I. LILLEY, S. ULM, D. BRIAN and C. CLARKSON 1999 Roof Fall Cave, Cania Gorge: Site report. Queensland Archaeological Research 11:29-42.

FOLEY, D. 1999 Review of ‘Serpent Dust’ by D. Adelaide. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 27(1):43.

FOLEY, D. 1999 Entrepreneurship in Indigenous Australia: The importance of education. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 27(2):47-54.

Galipaud, J-C. and I. LILLEY 1999 Le Pacifique de 5000 à 2000 avant le présent: Suppléments à l’histoire d’une colonisation. Paris: Institut de Recherche pour le Développement.

LILLEY, I. 1999 Review of ‘Prehistoric Long-Distance Interaction in Oceania: An Interdisciplinary Approach’ by M. Weisler (ed.). Asian Perspectives 38(1):111-112.

LILLEY, I. 1999 Lapita as politics. In J-C. Galipaud and I. Lilley (eds), Le Pacifique de 5000 à 2000 avant le présent: Suppléments à l’histoire d’une colonisation, pp.21-29. Paris: Institut de Recherche pour le Développement.

LILLEY, I. 1999 Too good to be true? Post-Lapita scenarios for language and archaeology in west New Britain-north New Guinea. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 18:25-34.

LILLEY, I. 1999 Comment on 'Environmental imperatives reconsidered' by Jones et al. Current Anthropology 40(2):161-162.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 1999 World Archaeological Bulletin 9:1-68.

LILLEY, I. (ed.) 1999 World Archaeological Bulletin 10:1-73.

LILLEY, I., D. BRIAN and S. ULM 1999 The use of foraminifera in the identification and analysis of marine shell middens: A view from Australia. In M-J. Mountain and D. Bowdery (eds), Taphonomy: The Analysis of Processes from Phytoliths to Megafauna, pp.9-16. Canberra: Archaeology and Natural History Publications, Australian National University.

LILLEY, I. and S. ULM 1999 The Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project: Preliminary results of archaeological research, 1993-1997. Queensland Archaeological Research 11:1-14.

LILLEY, I., S. ULM and M. WILLIAMS (eds) 1999 Queensland Archaeological Research 11:1-122.

MACKINLAY, E. 1999 Music for dreaming: Aboriginal lullabies in the Yanyuwa community at Borroloola, Northern Territory. British Journal for Ethnomusicology 897-111.

Nile, R. and M. WILLIAMS (eds) 1999 Journal of Australian Studies 61:1-161.

Prangnell, J. and S. ULM 1999 Report on the Initial Cultural Heritage Salvage of Parts of the Millmerran Power Project Site. UQASU Report 319. Brisbane: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit.

SHNUKAL, A. 1999 Review of ‘Torres Strait Islander Women and the Pacific War’ by E. Osborne. Journal of Australian Studies 60:180-181.

SHNUKAL, A. 1999 Review of ‘Torres Strait Islander Women and the Pacific War’ by E. Osborne. Journal of Australian Studies 61:213-214.

ULM, S. 1999 Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project, Archaeological Fieldwork Report, 27 January-24 April 1999. Field Report 12. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., M. CARTER, J. REID and I. LILLEY 1999 Eurimbula Site 1, Curtis Coast: Site report. Queensland Archaeological Research 11:105-122.

ULM, S., T. EALES and S. L’ESTRANGE 1999 Post-European Aboriginal occupation of the southern Curtis Coast, Central Queensland. Australian Archaeology 48:42-43.

ULM, S. and I. LILLEY 1999 The archaeology of the southern Curtis Coast: An overview. Queensland Archaeological Research 11:59-84.

WATSON, S. 1999 Review of ‘Steam Pigs’ by M. Lucashenko. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 27(2):56.

WESTCOTT, C., I. LILLEY and S. ULM 1999 The archaeology of Cania Gorge: An overview. Queensland Archaeological Research 11:15-28.

WESTCOTT, C., I. LILLEY, S. ULM, C. CLARKSON and D. BRIAN 1999 Big Foot Art Site, Cania Gorge: Site report. Queensland Archaeological Research 11:43-58.

WILLIAMS, M. and J. BUDBY (eds) 1999 Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 27(1):1-47.

WILLIAMS, M. (ed.) 1999 Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 27(2):1-49.

1998
BUDBY, J. and D. FOLEY 1998 Where to Now? Cultural liberation or continued subjugation. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 26(2):28-41.

Eseli, P., A. SHNUKAL and R. Mitchell 1998 Eseli’s Notebook: Translated from Kala Lagaw Ya into English, edited and annotated by Anna Shnukal and Rod Mitchell, with Yuriko Nagata. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series 3. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

HUGGINS, J. 1998 Sister Girl: The Writings of Aboriginal Activist and Historian Jackie Huggins. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press.

HUGGINS, J. 1998 A Murrie experience. In C. Symes and R. Sheahan-Bright (eds), Schools Out! Learning to be a Writer in Queensland: An Anthology in Six Lessons, pp.85-88. Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology.

HUGGINS, J. 1998 Queensland: Is the clock still back 100 years? In P. Jones and S. Howard (eds), Bringing Australia Together: The Structure and Experience of Racism in Australia, pp.56-60. Wooloongabba: Foundation for Aboriginal and Islander Research Action.

Huggins, R.C. and J. Huggins 1998 Growing up Cherbourg, The Grand Experience and Journeying [excepts from Auntie Rita]. In J. Sabbioni, K. Schaffer and S. Smith (eds), Indigenous Australian Voices: A Reader, pp.52-74. New Brunswick, New Jersey Rutgers University Press.

LILLEY, I. 1998 East of Irian: Archaeology in Papua New Guinea. In G-J. Barstra (ed.), Bird’s Head Approaches: Irian Jaya Studies - A Programme for Interdisciplinary Research, pp.135-156. Rotterdam: A.A. Balkema.

LILLEY, I., D. BRIAN, C. CLARKSON and S. ULM 1998 Pleistocene Aboriginal occupation at Cania Gorge, central Queensland: Preliminary results of fieldwork. Archaeology in Oceania 33(1):28-31.

MACKINLAY, E. 1998 Gulf of Carpentaria. In A.L. Kaeppler & J.W. Love (eds), Australia and the Pacific Islands, pp.427-428. New York: Garland Publishing.

MACKINLAY, E. 1998 Towards reconciliation: Teaching gender and music in the context of Indigenous Australian women’s performance. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 26(2):18-27.

SHNUKAL, A. 1998 At the Australian-Papuan linguistic boundary: Sidney Ray’s classification of Torres Strait languages. In A. Herle and S. Rouse (eds), Cambridge and the Torres Strait: Centenary Essays on the 1898 Anthropological Expedition, pp.181-200. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

SHNUKAL, A. 1998 Miklouho-Maclay in Torres Strait. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1998(2):35-50.

SHNUKAL, A. 1998 A selected bibliography of the traditional languages of Torres Strait. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1998(2):71-77.

SHNUKAL, A. 1998 It’s all about respect: The etiquette of recording Indigenous oral history. Oral History Association of Australia Journal 20:6-18.

ULM, S. and C. WESTCOTT 1998 An Archaeological Assessment of the Cultural Heritage Values of a Stone Arrangement and Possible Burial Site Located near Pikedale on the Stanthorpe-Texas Road, southeast Queensland. Unpublished report to the Transport Planning Unit, Queensland Department of Main Roads, Warwick.

ULM, S. and C. WESTCOTT 1998 An Archaeological Assessment of the Cultural Heritage Values of the Proposed Site for a Residential Housing Development at Lindsay and Jones Roads, Buderim, southeast Queensland. UQASU Report 308. Unpublished report to the Birt and Associates Pty Ltd. Brisbane: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of Queensland.

1997
CHRISTENSEN, P. and I. LILLEY 1997 The Road Forward?: Alternative Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students at the Tertiary Level. Canberra: Evaluations and Investigations Program, Higher Education Division, Department of Employment, Education and Youth Affairs.

CHRISTENSEN, P. and I. LILLEY 1997 The Road Forward?: Alternative assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students at the tertiary level. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 25(2):43-46.

HUGGINS, J., R. Huggins and J.M. Jacobs 1997 Kooramindanjie: Place and the postcolonial. In R. White and P. Russell (eds), Memories and Dreams: Reflections on Twentieth-Century Australia: Pastiche II, pp.229-245. St Leonards, NSW: Allen and Unwin.

LILLEY, I., M. WILLIAMS and S. ULM 1997 The Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project: A Report on National Estate Program Research, 1995-1996. 2 vols. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

MACKINLAY, E. 1997 'Men don't talk much any more': The changing status of women in society and possible implications for Yanyuwa women as keepers, composer and performers of a-nguyulnguyul. Context 12:45-50.

ULM, S. 1997 An Archaeological Assessment of the Cultural Heritage Values of the Proposed Sites for an Emergency Back-Up/Peak Load Gas Turbine Power Plant at Oakey-Pittsworth Road, Oakey and Croxley Road, Biddeston, southeast Queensland. A report to Oakey Power Pty Ltd and Jondaryan Shire Council prepared for the Goolburri Land Council.

ULM, S. 1997 Book Review: Kakadu: Natural and Cultural Heritage and Management by Tony Press, David Lea, Ann Webb and Alistair Graham (eds). Australian Archaeology 45:70-72.

1996
LAMPERT, J. 1996 Indigenous Australian perspectives in teaching at the University of Queensland. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 24(1):35-39.

LAMPERT, J. and I. LILLEY 1996 Indigenous Australian Perspectives at the University of Queensland. 2 vols. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series 2. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

LILLEY, I., S. ULM and D. BRIAN 1996 The Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project: First radiocarbon determinations. Australian Archaeology 43:38-40.

SHNUKAL, A. 1996 The expulsion of Pacific Islanders from Mer (Murray Island): Contemporary and modern interpretations. Oral History Association of Australia Journal 18:79-83.

SHNUKAL, A. 1996 Language in learning at Thursday Island High School. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education 24:42-52.

TRIPCONY, P. 1996 A Puzzle to be solved. EQ Australia Spring:12-17.

TRIPCONY, P. 1996 Aboriginal students and English language. EQ Australia Summer:34-38.

ULM, S. 1996 Thesis Abstract: Fishers, Gatherers and Hunters on the Moreton Fringe: Reconsidering the Prehistoric Aboriginal Marine Fishery in southeast Queensland, Australia. Australian Archaeology 42:68.

ULM, S. 1996 An Archaeological Assessment of the Cultural Heritage Values of the Proposed Telstra Optic Fibre Cable Route between Maryborough and Boonooroo, southeast Queensland. Unpublished report to Telstra, Network Design and Construction, Optic Fibre Design, Brisbane.

ULM, S. 1996 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Gatton, Australia, 6 to 9 December, 1995. WAC (World Archaeological Congress) News 4(1):23.

ULM, S. and J. Hall 1996 Radiocarbon and cultural chronologies in southeast Queensland prehistory. In S. Ulm, I. Lilley and A. Ross (eds), Australian Archaeology '95: Proceedings of the 1995 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, pp.45-62. Tempus 6. St Lucia: Anthropology Museum, University of Queensland.

ULM, S. and I. LILLEY 1996 The Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project and repatriation of the Burnett River Engravings. WAC (World Archaeological Congress) News (Indigenous Focus) 4(1):iii-iv.

ULM, S., I. LILLEY and A. Ross (eds) 1996 Australian Archaeology '95: Proceedings of the 1995 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference. Tempus 6. St Lucia: Anthropology Museum, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., I. LILLEY and A. Ross 1996 Preface: Australian Archaeology '95. In S. Ulm, I. Lilley and A. Ross (eds), Australian Archaeology '95: Proceedings of the 1995 Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, pp.ix-xi. Tempus 6. St Lucia: Anthropology Museum, University of Queensland.

 

ROWLAND, M.J. and S. ULM in press Indigenous fish traps and weirs of Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research. (accepted June 2010).

ULM, S. in press Coastal foragers on southern shores: Marine resource use in northeast Australia since the late Pleistocene. In N. Bicho, J. Haws and L. Davis (eds), Trekking the Shore: Changing Coastlines and the Antiquity of Coastal Settlement. New York: Springer.

 

 

BARNEY, K. and E. MACKINLAY 2010 Creating rainbows from words and transforming understandings: Enhancing student learning through reflective writing in an Aboriginal music course. Teaching in Higher Education 15(2):161-173.

BARNEY, K. 2010 Gendering Aboriginalism: A performative gaze on Indigenous Australian women. Cultural Studies Review 16(1). http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/journals/index.php/csrj/index.

BARNEY, K and E. MACKINLAY 2010 "Singing trauma trails": Songs of the Stolen Generations in Indigenous Australia. Music and Politics 4(2). http://www.music.ucsb.edu/projects/musicandpolitics/archive/2010-2/barney-mackinlay.pdf.

DAVIDSON, I. 2010 Australian Archaeology as a historical science. Journal of Australian Studies 34(3):377-398.

FORD, L. 2010 Aboriginal Knowledge Narratives and Country: Marri Kunkimba Putj Putj Marrideyan. Maleny, QLD: Post Pressed.

Harrison, K., S. Pettan and E. MACKINLAY (eds) 2010 Applied Ethnomusicology: Historical Approaches and New Perspectives. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

LILLEY, I. 2010 Context for this Thematic Study. In Lilley, I. (ed) 2010 Early Human Expansion and Innovation in the Pacific, pp. 1-12. ICOMOS Thematic Study. Paris: International Council on Monuments and Sites.

LILLEY, I. 2010 Near Oceania. In Lilley, I. (ed) 2010 Early Human Expansion and Innovation in the Pacific, pp. 13-46. ICOMOS Thematic Study. Paris: International Council on Monuments and Sites.

LILLEY, I. 2010 Conclusion: The path ahead. In I. Lilley (ed) Early Human Expansion and Innovation in the Pacific, pp. 183-187. ICOMOS Thematic Study. Paris: International Council on Monuments and Sites.

LILLEY, I (ed) 2010 Early Human Expansion and Innovation in the Pacific. ICOMOS Thematic Study. Paris: International Council on Monuments and Sites.

LILLEY, I. 2010 Jousting in the lists. Heritage Management 3(1):101-103.

LILLEY, I. 2010 Archaeology, diaspora, and decolonization. In M.M. Bruchac, S.M. Hart and H.M. Wobst (eds), Indigenous Archaeologies: A Reader on Decolonization, pp.86-91. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press. [Excerpted from LILLEY, I. 2006 Archaeology, diaspora and decolonization. Journal of Social Archaeology 6(1):28-47.]

MACKINLAY, E. 2010 Big women from Borroloola: An approach to advocacy and applied ethnomusicology with the Yanyuwa Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory, Australia. In K. Harrison, S. Pettan and E. Mackinlay (eds), Applied Ethnomusicology: Historical Approaches and New Perspectives, pp. 96-115. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

MACKINLAY, E. 2010 A mermaid’s tale of two pearls: Stringing together doctoral journeys in ethnomusicology and education. In D. Forrest (ed.), Journeying: Reflections on Doctoral Studies by Australian Music Educators. pp.110-127. Melbourne, VIC: Australian Scholarly Publishing.

MACKINLAY, E. and K. BARNEY 2010 Transformative learning in first year Indigenous Australian studies: Posing problems, asking questions and achieving change. A Practice Report. The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education 1(1):91-99.

O’Brien, S., S. ULM, D. Trigger and M. Williams 2010 Berajondo and Mill Point: Remembering place and landscape. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009/2010 http://www.qhatlas.com.au/berajondo-and-mill-point-remembering-place-and-landscape.

O’Connor, S., S. ULM, S.J. Fallon, A. Barham and I. Loch 2010 Pre-bomb marine reservoir variability in the Kimberley region, Western Australia. Radiocarbon 52(2-3):1158-1165.

POCOCK, C. 2010 Survival: How the landscape impacts on people. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009-10. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/essay/survival-how-landscape-impacts-people.

POCOCK, C. 2010 A playground for science: Great Barrier Reef. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009-10. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/content/playground-science-great-barrier-reef.

POCOCK, C. 2010 Visiting the Great Barrier Reef. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009-10. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/content/visiting-great-barrier-reef.

POCOCK, C. 2010 Review of Fight for Liberty and Freedom: The Origins of Australian Aboriginal Activism. Australian Journal of Politics and History 56(3): 472-474.

POCOCK, C. 2010 Review of Aborigines and Activism: Race, Aborigines and the Coming of the Sixties to Australia. Australian Journal of Politics and History 56(3): 472-474.

POCOCK, C. 2010 Distinctiveness: Islands. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009-10, http://www.qhatlas.com.au/islands.

POCOCK, C. M. Stell, L. Frost, J. Crozier and S. Ancher 2010 Living Memory and the Interpretation of Heritage: Developing a Multimedia Interactive to Record and Store Personal Stories for Use in Heritage Interpretation and Research. Gold Coast: CRC for Sustainable Tourism.

ROWLAND, M.J. 2010 Will the sky fall in? Global warming – An alternative view. Antiquity 84(326):1163-1171.

ROWLAND, M.J. and S. ULM 2010 Key issues in the conservation of the Australian coastal archaeological record: Natural and human impacts. Journal of Coastal Conservation.

Sand, C., I. LILLEY, F. Valentin, J. Bolé, B. Gonyand and D. Baret Tiga (Iles Loyauté) 2010 Préhistoire et ethno-archéologie d’une île mélanésienne en marge. In F. Valentin and M. Hardy (eds), Hommes, milieux et traditions dans le Pacifique Sud. Travaux du GDR 2834 du CNRS. Collection Travaux de la Maison R. Ginouvès. Paris : Editions De Boccard.

Spearritt, P, M. Stell, D. Carter, C. McAlpine, G. Mate, C. POCOCK, S.ULM, G. Ginn, O. Powell, L. Keogh, T. Barnard, N. Bordes (eds) The Queensland Historical Atlas: Histories, Cultures, Landscapes 2009-10. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/.

ULM, S. (ed.) 2010 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series 8. Brisbane: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, University of Queensland.

ULM, S., N. Evans, D. Rosendahl, P. Memmott and F. Petchey 2010 Radiocarbon and linguistic dates for occupation of the South Wellesley Islands, Northern Australia. Archaeology in Oceania 45(1):39-43.

ULM, S. and G. Mate 2010 Conflict: How people contest the landscape. Queensland Historical Atlas 2009/2010. http://www.qhatlas.com.au/essay/conflict-how-people-contest-landscape.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2010 Australian Archaeology 70.

ULM, S. and A. Ross 2010 Editorial. Australian Archaeology 70:ii.

ULM, S. and A. Ross (eds) 2010 Australian Archaeology 71.

ULM, S. and A. Ross 2010 Editorial. Australian Archaeology 71:ii.

Williams, A.N., S. ULM, I.D. Goodwin and M.A. Smith 2010 Hunter-gatherer response to late Holocene climatic variability in northern and central Australia. Journal of Quaternary Science 25(6):831-838.

2009

BARNEY, K. 2009 Hop, skip and jump: Indigenous Australian women performing within and against Aboriginalism. Journal of Music Research Online 1. http://journal.mca.org.au/ojs/index.php?journal=mca2&page=article&op=viewFile&path[]=17&path[]=18.

 

BARNEY, K and L. Solomon 2009 Looking into the trochus shell: Autoethnographic reflections on a cross-cultural collaborative music research project. In B-L. Bartleet and C. Ellis (eds), Musical Autoethnographies: Making Autoethnography Sing/Making Music Personal, pp.208-224. Bowen Hills, QLD: Australian Academic Press.BARNEY, K. and L. Solomon 2009 "The memories linger on, but the stories tell me who I am": A conversation between an Indigenous Australian performer and a non-Indigenous music researcher. In E. Mackinlay, B-L. Bartleet and K. Barney (eds), Musical Islands: Exploring Connections between Music, Place and Research, pp.70-93. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.