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Gillespie, Kirsty and Schlaginhaufen, Otto (2008) Ae Tinil Wen Lir: Music of Lihir. Lihir, P.N.G., Lihir Gold. 78  
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. 107 19
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 41   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. 109 3
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 42   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 40 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 65 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. 31 100
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. 31 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. 22  
Gillespie, Kirsty, Warner, Carl and Lihir Cultural Heritage Association Musical landscapes of Lihir. Brisbane, QLD, Australia: The University of Queensland Anthropology Museum, 2013. 30  
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 43 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. 33  
Gillespie, Kirsty (2011) Recounting knowledge in song: Change reflected in Kaulong music. Oceania, 81 1: 110-111. 40 16 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. 84 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. 50  
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. 58 391
Gillespie, Kirsty (2011) Songs from the second float: Music from the island of Taku. Journal of American Folklore, 124 491: 97-98. 63 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 28   0 0
Gillespie, Kirsty Steep slopes: Music and change in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Canberra: ANU E Press, 2010. 55 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 6   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1