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Bainton, Nicholas A. (2011). Are You Viable? Personal avarice, collective antagonism and grassroots development in Melanesia. In Mary Patterson and Martha Macintyre (Ed.), Managing modernity in the Western Pacific (pp. 231-259) St Lucia, QLD, Australia: University of Queensland Press. 30  
Bainton, N. and Cook, J. (2009). Challenges and Opportunities in the Development of a Cultural Heritage Management Strategy at the Lihir Gold Mine, Papua New Guinea. In: Sustainable Development Indicators in the Minerals Industry 2009 Conference. Sustainable Development Indicators in the Minerals Industry Conference 2009, Gold Coast , Australia, (45-50). 6-8 July 2009. 89  
Gillespie, Kirsty and Bainton, Nicholas A. (2012) Coming out of the stone: dangerous heritage and the death of the Twinhox band. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 44 71-86. doi:10.5921/yeartradmusi.44.0071 40 4 0
Bainton, N. and Macintyre, M. (2013). Compensation and commercial engagement: business development ad large-scale mining in Papua New Guinea. In: Jacques Wiertz, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Social Responsibility in Mining – SRMINING 2013. 2nd International Conference on Social Responsibility in Mining (SRMINING 2013), Santiago, Chile, (). 5-8 November 2013. 42  
Bainton, Nicholas (2007). Digging for development: The Lihir Gold Mine, Papua New Guinea. In: Sustainable Minerals Institute Seminar, Brisbane, Australia, (). 2 August 2007. 47  
Bainton, N. A. (2013) Displaying Lihirian Culture: Musical Landscapes of Lihir. St Lucia, Brisbane QLD Australia, University of Queensland Anthropology Museum: St Lucia.. 22  
Bainton, Nicholas A. (2012) Gendering the Field: Towards Sustainable Livelihoods for Mining Communities. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 23 2: 267-268. doi:10.1111/j.1757-6547.2012.00193.x 11   0 0
Bainton, Nicholas A. (2012) Gendering the field: towards sustainable livelihoods for mining communities. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 23 2: 267-268. doi:10.1111/j.1757-6547.2012.00193.x 14   0
Bainton, Nicholas A. (2009) Keeping the network out of view: Mining, distinctions and exclusion in Melanesia. Oceania, 79 1: 18-33. 57   8 Cited 11 times in Scopus11
Macintyre, Martha, Foale, Simon, Bainton, Nicholas and Moktel, Brigid (2005) Medical pluralism and the maintenance of a traditional healing technique on Lihir, Papua New Guinea. Pimatisiwin: A Journal of Aboriginal and Indigenous Community Health, 3 1: 87-99. 72  
Bainton, Nicholas A. (2008) Men of Kastom and the customs of men: Status, legitimacy and persistent values in Lihir, Papua New Guinea. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 19 2: 194-212. 78 4 5 Cited 5 times in Scopus5
Bainton, Nick (2008). Mortuary ritual and mining riches in a New Guinea society. In: 2008 Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania Annual Meeting (ASAO 2008), Canberra, Australia, (). 12-16 February 2008. 24  
Bainton, Nicholas A. and Macintyre, Martha (2013). "My land, my work": business development and large-scale mining in Papua New Guinea. In Fiona McCormack and Kate Barclay (Ed.), Engaging with capitalism: cases from oceania (pp. 139-165) Bingley, W Yorks, United Kingdom: Emerald. doi:10.1108/S0190-1281(2013)0000033008 34 1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Bainton, N. (2008). Personal Viability: The “Complete Idiots Guide to” Possessive Individualistm. In: State Society and Governance in Melanesia (SSGM), Canberra, Australia, (). 17-31 July 2008. 146  
Bainton, N. (2007). Shadow or Substance?: Vernacular varieties of neoliberalism in Melanesia. In: Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference 2008: Transforming Economies, Changing States, Canberra, Australia, (). 31 October - 2 November, 2007. 38  
Bainton, Nicholas A., Ballard, Chris, Gillespie, Kirsty and Hall, Nicholas (2011) Stepping stones across the Lihir Islands: Developing cultural heritage management in the context of a gold mining operation. International Journal of Cultural Property, 18 1: 81-110. doi:10.1017/S0940739111000087 61   1
Bainton, Nicholas A., Ballard, Chris and Gillespie, Kirsty (2012) The end of the beginning? Mining, sacred geographies, memory and performance in Lihir. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 23 1: 22-49. doi:10.1111/j.1757-6547.2012.00169.x 30 1 2 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Bainton, Nicholas A. (2008) The genesis and the escalation of desire and antipathy in the Lihir Islands, Papua New Guinea. The Journal of Pacific History, 43 3: 289-312. doi:10.1080/00223340802499609 92 3 2 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Bainton, Nicholas A. The Lihir destiny: Cultural responses to mining in Melanesia. Canberra, ACT, Australia: ANU E Press, 2010. 91 15
Bainton, Nicholas (2006) The making of global and local modernities in Melanesia: humiliation, transformation and the nature of cultural change [book review]. The Journal of the Polynesian Society, 115 2: 196-197. 55   0
Bainton, N. (2007). Wasier to Waira: Ethnic developments in Lihir, Papua New Guinea. In: School of Social Science Seminars, The University of Queensland, (). 2007. 28