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Turnbull, Paul (2011). A judicious collector: Edward Charles Stirling and the procurement of Aboriginal bodily remains in South Australia, c. 1880-1912. In Sarah Ferber and Sally Wilde (Ed.), The body divided: Human beings and human 'material' in modern medical history (pp. 109-130) Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing. 133 9
Turnbull, Paul, Kornbluh, Mark and Shell-Weiss, Melanie (2006). Alternatives to pay-for-view: The case for open access to historical research and scholarship. In Cushla Kapitzke and C. Bruce Bertram (Ed.), Libr@ries: Changing information space and practice (pp. 211-228) Mahwah, New Jersey, United States: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates. 56  
Turnbull, Paul (2010) Aphrodite's Island: the European discovery of Tahiti. Journal of Pacific History, 45 3: 375-375. doi:10.1080/00223344.2010.530820 46   0 0
Turnbull, Paul (2006) British anatomists, phrenologists and the construction of the Aboriginal Race, c.1790–1830. History Compass, 5 1: 26-50. doi:10.1111/j.1478-0542.2006.00367.x/abstract 88 202 0
Turnbull, Paul (2008). British anthropological thought in colonial practice: The appropriation of Indigenous Australian bodies, 1860-1880. In Bronwen Douglas and Chris Ballard (Ed.), Foreign bodies: Oceania and the science of race 1750-1940 (pp. 205-228) Canberra, Australia: ANU E Press. 81  
Turnbull, Paul (2010) Captain Cook: Voyager between two worlds. Australian Journal of Politics and History, 56 3: 465-466. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8497.2010.01566.x 36   0 0
Turnbull, Paul (2013) Clark Lawlor, From Melancholia to Prozac: A History of Depression. Health and History, 15 2: 125-127. doi:10.5401/healthhist.15.2.0125 50 2 0
Turnbull, Paul (2013). Das indigene Australien im ersten Jahrhundert der europaeischen Invasion. In Hermann Mückler, Gabriele Weichart and Friedrich Edelmayer (Ed.), Australien: 18. bis 21. Jahrhundert. Geschichte und Gesellschaft (pp. 87-100) Wien, Austria: Promedia-Verlag. 133 56
Turnbull, Paul (2012) Global in scope, scientific in spirit: the challenges of big history. The History Teacher eJournal, 50 3: . 40 1
Turnbull, Paul (2013) Guide to sources for north Queensland history. Parkville, VIC, Australia, Melbourne University. 54  
Turnbull, Paul (2010) Historians, computing and the World-Wide-Web. Australian Historical Studies, 41 2: 131-148. doi:10.1080/10314611003713629 87 1 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Turnbull, Paul (2010). Introduction. In Paul Turnbull and Michael Pickering (Ed.), The Long Journey Home: the meanings and Values of Repatriation (pp. 1-14) Oxford, England: Berghahn Books. 44 4
Turnbull, Paul (2010) James Cook's hundred days in Queensland. Queensland Historical Atlas: Histories, Cultures, Landscapes, 2009-10 . 58 6
Turnbull, Paul (2014). Margins, mainstreams and the mission of digital humanities. In Paul Longley Arthur and Katherine Bode (Ed.), Advancing digital humanities: research, methods, theories (pp. 258-273) Basingstoke, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9781137337016.0024 28 1 0
Turnbull, Paul (2013): Paper Miner: Geo-Temporal Indexes for Australian Newspapers Online. The University of Queensland. Collection. 108  
Turnbull, Paul (2013) PaperMiner v1.0. Eveleigh, NSW, Australia, Smart Services CRC. 29  
Turnbull, Paul (2007) Scientific theft of remains in colonial Australia. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 11 1: 92-104. 30  
Turnbull, Paul (2007) Scientific theft of remains in colonial Australia - A postscript. Australian Indigenous Law Review, 11 2: 72-73. 31  
Turnbull, Paul (2012) The ‘Aboriginal’ Australian brain in the scientific imagination, c. 1820–1880. Somatechnics, 2 2: 171-197. doi:10.3366/soma.2012.0056 77 5 0
Turnbull, Paul (2009). The chief mourner's costume: Religion and political change in the Society Islands, 1768-73. In Michelle Hetherington and Howard Morphy (Ed.), Discovering Cook's collections (pp. 41-57) Canberra, Australia: National Museum of Australia Press. 64 3
Turnbull, Paul (2010). The Vermillion Accord and the significance of the history of the scientific procurement and use of Indigenous Australian bodily remains. In Paul Turnbull, Michael Pickering, Mary Bouquet and Howard Morphy (Ed.), The Long Way Home: The Meaning and Values of Repatriation (pp. 117-134) Oxford, U.K.: Berghahn Books. 245 10