Introduction

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series is an occasional refereed report series published by the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit at the University of Queensland. It is edited by Ian Lilley.

The main purpose of the Research Report Series is to disseminate the results of substantive research in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies conducted at the University of Queensland, although manuscripts by other researchers dealing with contemporary issues in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies may be considered by the Editors. Examples of recent titles can be viewed in the list below. The views expressed in the Research Report Series are those of the author/s, and are not necessarily those of the Editors or the University of Queensland unless otherwise noted.

Submissions

Authors are encouraged to contact the editor to discuss publication prior to submission of manuscripts. Manuscripts should generally not exceed 50,000 words. Authors should follow the submission instructions and requirements outlined in the Australian Archaeology Notes to Contributors.

Subscriptions

A printable order form is available for viewing or download by following the link below. You will need Acrobat Reader to view the file.

Research Report Series Order Form.pdf

Contact Details

All correspondence and submissions should be addressed to

The Editor
Research Report Series
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit
The University of Queensland
Brisbane QLD 4072
AUSTRALIA
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series (Not all volumes are in-print. See order form above)

Vol. 1 - Gureng Gureng: A Language Program Feasibility Study (1994) Lesley Jolly (90pp).

Vol. 2 - Indigenous Australian Perspectives at the University of Queensland (1996) Jo Lampert and Ian Lilley (2 Vols 129+19pp).

Vol. 3 - Eseli’s Notebook: Translated from Kala Lagaw Ya into English, edited and annotated by Anna Shnukal and Rod Mitchell, with Yuriko Nagata (1998) Peter Eseli, Anna Shnukal and Rod Mitchell with Yuriko Nagata (208pp).

Vol. 4 - Successful Indigenous Australian Entrepreneurs: A Case Study Analysis (2000) Dennis Foley (76pp).

Vol. 5 - An Annotated Bibliography of Theses in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies at the University of Queensland, 1948-2000 (2001) Sean Ulm, Anna Shnukal and Catherine Westcott (101pp).

Vol. 6 - Yumbulyumbulmantha ki-Awarawu: All Kinds of Things from Country: Yanyuwa Ethnobiological Classification (2006) John Bradley, Miles Holmes, Dinah Norman Marrngawi, Annie Isaac Karrakayn, Jemima Miller Wuwarlu and Ida Ninganga (174pp).

Vol. 7 - An Archaeological Life: Papers in Honour of Jay Hall (2006) Sean Ulm and Ian Lilley (eds) (276pp).

Vol. 8 - Material Culture of the North Wellesley Islands (2010) Paul Memmott (136pp).

Vol. 9 - Mariners of Madang and Austronesian Canoes of Astrolabe Bay (2011) Mary R. Mennis (176pp).
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