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Gillespie, Kirsty and Schlaginhaufen, Otto (2008) Ae Tinil Wen Lir: Music of Lihir. Lihir, Papua New Guinea, Lihir Gold. 97  
Gillespie, Kirsty (2009). ‘Behind every tree’?: Ethnomusicology in Papua New Guinea.. In Elizabeth Mackinlay, Brydie-Leigh Bartleet and Katelyn Barney (Ed.), Musical islands : Exploring connections between music, place and research (pp. 20-32) Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press. 109 21
Gillespie, Kirsty (2014) Book reviews: Steve Mullins , Martin Bellamy and Clive Moore (eds), Andrew Goldie in New Guinea 1875–1879: Memoir of a natural history collector, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. Queensland Review, 21 1: 114-115. doi:10.1017/qre.2014.15 53   0
Gillespie, Kirsty (2011). Breaking the tikol?: Code-switching, cassette culture and a Lihirian song form. In Birgit Abels (Ed.), Austronesian soundscapes: Performing arts in Oceania and South-East Asia (pp. 193-204) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Amsterdam University Press. 113 5
Gillespie, Kirsty (2005) Bright Balkan morning : Romani lives and the power of music in Greek Macedonia. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 6 2: 181-183. doi:10.1080/14442210500168853 43   0
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 41 4 0
Gillespie, Kirsty (2008) Dema - Music of the Marind Anim: The Verschueren Collection. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 40 196-197. 34 29
Gillespie, Kirsty (2010) Giving women a voice: Christian songs and female expression at Kopiago, Papua New Guinea. Perfect Beat, 11 1: 7-24. doi:10.1558/prbt.v11i1.7 67 3 0
Gillespie, Kirsty (2007). Laip senis : Music and encounter in a Papua New Guinean community. In Richard M Moyle and Mervyn McLean (Ed.), Oceanic music encounters: The print resource and the human resource: Essays in honour of Mervyn McLean (pp. 69-80) Auckland, New Zealand: Department of Anthropology, University of Auckland. 32 106
Gillespie, Kirsty and Hoenigman, Darja (2013) Laments and relational personhood: case studies from Duna and Awiakay societies of Papua New Guinea. Humanities Research, XIX 3: 97-110. 45 1
Gillespie, Kirsty (2014). Mining and language change in the Lihir Islands. In: Olga Temple, Proceedings of LSPNG Conference “Celebrating Tok Pisin & Tok Ples”. Celebrating Tok Pisin and Tok Ples, Madang, Papua New Guinea, (110-117). 17-19 September 2014. 30 2
Gillespie, Kirsty, Warner, Carl and Lihir Cultural Heritage Association Musical landscapes of Lihir. Brisbane, QLD, Australia: The University of Queensland Anthropology Museum, 2013. 31 2
Gillespie, Kirsty and San Roque, Lila (2011). Music and language in Duna Pikono. In Alan Rumsey and Don Niles (Ed.), Sung tales from the Papua New Guinea highlands: studies in form, meaning, and sociocultural context (pp. 49-63) Canberra, Australia: ANU E Press. 65 2
Gillespie, Kirsty (2011) Music of the ancestors: A study of the traditional instrumental music of the Iatmul of Papua New Guinea. 2009. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 43 274-275. doi:10.5921/yeartradmusi.43.0274 41 2 0
Gillespie, Kirsty (2005) Na Kkai Taku : Taku’s musical fables. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 6 3: 272-274. doi:10.1080/14442210500337987 20   0
Gillespie, Kirsty (2008) Na Kkai Taku : Taku’s musical fables/Guitar style, open tunings, and stringband music in Papua New Guinea. Ethnomusicology, 52 1: 125-129. 50 15
Taylor, Timothy D. and Gillespie, Kirsty (2009) On identity: Contemporary music research in the Asia-Pacific region. Introduction. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 10 2: 75-79. doi:10.1080/14442210902859414 37 45 1 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Gillespie, Kirsty (2010) Recounting knowledge in song: Change reflected in Kaulong music. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 42 203-204. 35  
Gillespie, Kirsty (2011) Recounting knowledge in song: Change reflected in Kaulong music. Oceania, 81 1: 110-111. 41 17 0
Gillespie, Kirsty (2012) Review of: The tuma underworld of love. Erotic and other narrative songs of the Trobriand Islanders and their spirits of the dead by Gunter Senft. The Journal of the Polynesian Society, 121 1: 93-95. 85 2 0
Gillespie, Kirsty (2013). Re-visioning the impact of missions on music in Papua New Guinea. In Marian Poole (Ed.), re-Visions: Proceedings of the New Zealand Musicological Society and the Musicological Society of Australia Joint Conference (pp. 98-104) Dunedin, New Zealand: New Zealand Music Industry Centre. 51  
Gillespie, Kirsty (2012) Songs from the second float: a musical ethnography of Taku Atoll, Papua New Guinea. The World of Music, 1 1: 147-148. 58 400
Gillespie, Kirsty (2011) Songs from the second float: Music from the island of Taku. Journal of American Folklore, 124 491: 97-98. 64 1
Gillespie, Kirsty (2008) Songs of the volcano : Papua New Guinea stringbands with Bob Brozman.. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthroplogy, 9 2: 173-174. doi:10.1080/14442210802023699 29   0 0
Gillespie, Kirsty Steep slopes: Music and change in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Canberra: ANU E Press, 2010. 57 1
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
Gillespie, Kirsty and Lilley, Ian (2015) Transformations, transactions and technologies: New directions in Pacific heritage. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 21 2: 115-116. doi:10.1080/13527258.2014.968312 13   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1