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Jolly, Lesley and Hafner, Diane (2003). A Step in the Right Direction: Putting Theoretical Knowledge into Practice. In Lesley Jolly and Diane Hafner (Ed.), A Step in the Right Direction (pp. 3-8) Ipswich, Qld, Australia: The University Of Queensland Press. 71  
Newcombe, Peter A., Van Den Eynde, Julie, Hafner, Diane and Jolly, Lesley (2008) Attributions of Responsibility for Rape: Differences Across Familiarity of Situation, Gender and Acceptance of Rape Myths. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38 7: 1736-1754. doi:10.1111/j.1559-1816.2008.00367.x 154   10 Cited 13 times in Scopus13 0
Trigger, David, Babidge, Sally, Oertierra, Anna, Ross, Annie and Hafner, Diane (2012). Cars, museums, collecting: objects and the nature of heritage. In: Culture and context in a material world: Australian Anthropological Society Conference 2012. Australian Anthropological Society Conference, St Lucia, Qld., Australia, (115-116). 26-29 September 2012. 70  
Jansen, Danni, Cuthill, Michael and Hafner, Diane (2012) Defining identity in the face of rapid urban growth: Changing times in a regional Australian city. Urban Policy and Research, 30 2: 161-174. doi:10.1080/08111146.2012.664895 54 1 0 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Hafner, Diane (1999). Feelings in the heart: Aboriginal experiences of land, emotion, and kinship in Cape York Peninsula PhD Thesis, Tropical Health Program, The University of Queensland. 375 210
Allen, Lindy and Hafner, Diane (2007). Images and objects as memory: Perspectives on the Donald Thomson collection. In: Proceedings of: The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities. The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Paris, France, (). 17-20 July 2007. 92  
Hafner, Diane (2005). Images of Port Stewart: Interpreting Thomson's Photography. In Bruce Rigsby and Nicolas Peterson (Ed.), Donald Thomson, the man and scholar (pp. 211-230) Canberra, ACT, Australia: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia with support from Museum Victoria. 95  
International Journal of the Humanities (2007) Volume 5 61  
McLean, Bruce and Hafner, Diane Joe Rootsey: Queensland Aboriginal artist 1918-63. South Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Queensland Art Gallery, 2010. 57  
Jolly, Lesley and Hafner, Diane (2003). Kinship and community development on Cape York Peninsula. In: Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference: Proceedings. Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference 2003: Anthropology and Pragmatism, Sydney, (). 1-3 October 2003. 30  
Hafner, Diane (2010). Lamalama heritage in museums and on country: The changing contexts of identity. In: Rogério Amoêda, Sérgio Lira and Cristina Pinheiro, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development. Heritage 2010 – 2nd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development, Evora, Portugal, (941-949). 22-26 June 2010. 49   0
Hafner, Diane (2012) Lamalama people and objects: the location and sustainability of indigenous heritage. International Journal of Heritage and Sustainable Development, 2 1: 17-28. 33 4
Hafner, D. A., Rigsby, B. J. and Allen, L. (2007) Museums and memory as agents of social change. The International Journal of the Humanities, 5 6: 87-94. 107  
Hafner, Diane, Rigsby, Bruce, Allen, Lindy, Wilmot, Simon and Wrench, Rosemary (2007). Museums and memory as agents of social change. In: Proceedings of: The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities. The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Paris, France, (). 17-20 July 2007. 79  
Hafner, Diane (2011) Noel Packard (ed.), Sociology of Memory: Papers from the Spectrum. International Sociology, 26 5: 671-674. doi:10.1177/02685809110260050905 82 1 0 0
Hafner, Diane (2013) Objects, agency and context: Australian Aboriginal expressions of connection in relation to museum artefacts. Journal of Material Culture, 18 4: 347-366. doi:10.1177/1359183513502262 41 1 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Hafner, Diane (2008). Pictures of the old people: Lamalama participation in technologies of memory. In: ASA, ASAANZ & AAS 2008 Joint Annual Conference: Ownership and Appropriation. Conference programme and book of abstracts.. ASA08: Ownership and appropriation. A joint international conference of the ASA, the ASAANZ and the AAS, Auckland, New Zealand, (66-66). 8-12 December 2008. 64  
Rigsby, Bruce and Hafner, Diane (2011). Place and property at Yintjingga/ Port Stewart under Aboriginal law and Oueensland law. In Brett Baker, Ilana Mushin, Mark Harvey and Rod Gardner (Ed.), Indigenous language and social identity: Papers in honour of Michael Walsh (pp. 33-44) Canberra, ACT, Australia: Pacific Linguistics. 206 9
Hafner, Diane, Epworth, David and Salmon, Matt (2006). Planning for agreement in Cape York Peninsula: The pastoral properties planning project. In M. Langton, O. Mazel, L. Palmer, K. Shain and M. Tehan (Ed.), Settling with Indigenous people: Modern treaty and agreement-making (pp. 115-133) Annandale, N.S.W.: Federation Press. 62  
Hafner, Diane and Brian, Deborah (2010). Technology and the body in aboriginal identity making. In Bianca Maria Pirani and Ivan Varga (Ed.), Acting bodies and social networks: A bridge between technology and working memory (pp. 329-347) Lanham, Maryland, USA: University Press of America. 141 6
Hafner, Diane A. (2004). The Horrific Past: solid memories, ephemeral objects. In: Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference Proceedings. Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference, Melbourne, (). 28 September - 1 October, 2004. 46  
Allen, L. and Hafner, D. (2007) The Lamalama and their heritage material in European museums. Museums Australia Magazine, 36 3: 8-9. 43  
Hafner, Diane (2010). The memory of country: Joe Rootsey's experience as an artist. In Bruce McLean and Diane Hafner (Ed.), Joe Rootsey: Queensland Aboriginal painter 1918-63 (pp. 24-29) South Brisbane, Qld, Australia: Queensland Art Gallery. 55 1
Hafner, D (2005). The Past in the present: Lamalama relationships to memory and the old people. In: Memories in action: the role of memories in social change. Proceedings of: Mid Term Conference of WGO3 The Body in the Social Sciences Conference. WG O3: The Body in the Social Sciences, Rome, Italy, (). 12–14 July 2005. 33  
Hafner, Diane (2008). The past, present: Lamalama interactions with memory and technology. In Bianca Maria Pirani and Ivan Varga (Ed.), The New Boundaries Between Bodies and Technologies (pp. 251-268) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 98  
Hafner, Diane (2010) Viewing the past through ethnographic collections: Indigenous people and the materiality of images and objects. Museum History Journal, 3 2: 257-280. 124 15