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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 370000 Studies in Human Society -> 379900 Other Studies in Human Society -> 379902 Aboriginal Studies :

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Jolly, L. (2000). Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in Australian society. In Najman, J. M. and Western, J. S. (Ed.), A Sociology of Australian Society 3rd ed. (pp. 139-154) Melbourne: Macmillan. 205  
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report (2003) Volume 2002 134 46
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2003 (2004) 177 41
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2004 (2005) 112  
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2005 (2006) 196 244
Aboriginal Art Collection: Highlights from Australia's Public Museums and Galleries. Edited by Cochrane, Susan Sydney: Craftsman House, 2001. 365 87
Morwood, M. J. (Mike J.) and Queensland. Dept. of Community Services and Ethnic Affairs. Archaeology Branch (1984) Aboriginal art in central western Queensland : history of recording. Archaeology papers, 20: 1-13. 250 316
Memmott, P. C. (2004) Aboriginal housing: Has the state of art improved?. Architecture Australia, 93 1: 46-48. 728 5
Fantin, S. R. (2003) Aboriginal identities in Architecture. Architecture Australia, 95 5: 84-87. 330  
Rigsby, B. J. (1999) Aboriginal people, spirituality and the traditional ownership of land. International Journal of Social Economics, 27 7/8/9: 963-973. 707  
Colliver, Frederick Stanley and Queensland. Dept. of Aboriginal and Islanders Advancement. Archaeology Branch (1980) Aboriginal place names. Archaeology papers, 16: 1-10. 140 466
Colliver, Frederick Stanley, Woolston, Frank P. and Queensland. Dept. of Aboriginal and Islanders Advancement. Archaeology Branch (1985) Aboriginals in the Brisbane area. Archaeology papers, 6: 1-24. 199 889
McIntosh, I. and Memmott, P. C. (2006) A brush with history. Cultural Survival Quarterly, 30 2: 36-39. 175  
Long, S., Memmott, P. and Seelig, T. (2007) An Audit and Review of Australian Indigenous Housing Research, Final Report No. 102 Melbourne: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute 202  
Moran, M. F. (2003) An evaluation of participatory planning at Mapoon Aboriginal community: Opportunities for inclusive local governance. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2 72-84. 198  
Roth, Walter Edmund, Allen, Lindy and Borey, Bernice Annotations to publications by W.E. Roth. St. Lucia, Qld.: Anthropology Museum, University of Queensland, 1984. 137 4
Lilley, Ian A. and Williams, Michael J. (2005). Archaeological and Indigenous significance: A view from Australia. In Clay Mathers, Timothy Darvill and Barbara J. Little (Ed.), Heritage of Value, Archaeology of Renown: Reshaping Archaeological Assessment and Significance (pp. 227-247) Gainsville, FL, USA: University Press of Florida. 203 4
Lilley, I A (2006) Archaeology and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies at the University of Queensland. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Research Report Series, 7 47-58. 59  
Queensland. Dept. of Aboriginal and Islanders Advancement. Archaeology Branch (1974) Archaeology branch. Archaeology papers, 4: 1-4. 65 44
O'Rourke, T. (2006) Architectural traditions a product of tourism: Reproducing Aboriginal built environments in the twenty-first century. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review, 18 1: 75-75. 82  
O'Brien, K. J. (2003). Architecture and Aboriginality. In: M. Gusheh and N. Stead, PROGRESS : The 20th annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand. The 20th annual conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, Sydney, New South Wales, (219-225). 2-5 October, 2003. 50  
Memmott, Paul, Blackwood, Peter and McDougall, Scott (2007). A Regional Approach to Managing Aboriginal Land Title on Cape York. In J. F. Weiner and K. Glaskin (Ed.), Customary Land Tenure and Registration in Australia and Papua New Guinea: Anthropological Perspectives (pp. 273-297) Canberra, Australia: ANU E Press. 139 1
Queensland. Dept. of Aboriginal and Islanders Advancement. Archaeology Branch (1974) Artefacts in space and time. Archaeology papers, 4: 17-26. 58 45
Sutcliffe, K.A. and Queensland. Dept. of Aboriginal and Islanders Advancement. Archaeology Branch (1974) Aspects of the cultural resource management programme in Queensland. Archaeology papers, 1: 1-25. 174 27
Tamisari, F. (2004). Au-del de la presence. Vers une comprehension de danse yolngu (Australie)= [Beyond presence: Towards an understanding of Yolgnu dance expression]. In C. Berge, M. Boccara and M. Zafiropoulos (Ed.), Le mythe : pratiques, récits et théories. Vol. 1: Aux sources de l'expression : danse, possession, chant, parole, théâtre (pp. 65-100) Paris, France: Economica, CNRS. 67  
Strakosch, E. and Jull, P. S. (2005). Australia. In Diana Vinding and Sille Stidsen (Ed.), The Indigenous World 2005 (pp. 233-241) Copenhagen, Denmark: The International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs. 35  
Australian Archaeology (2006) Volume 63 53  
Australian Archaeology (2006) Volume 62 54  
Long, Stephen, Memmott, Paul and Seelig, Tim (2007) Australian Indigenous housing research: a review and audit Melbourne: Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute 185  
Jull, Peter and Rutherford, Jodhi (2000). Australia - Report for The Indigenous World, 1999-2000. In The Indigenous World, 1999-2000 (pp. 153-168) : International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs, Copenhagen. 957 978
Cole, N. (2004) Battle camp to Boralga: A local study of colonial war on Cape York Peninsula, 1873-1894. Aboriginal History, 28 156-189. 244  
Memmott, Paul, Long, Stephen, Bell, Martin, Taylor, John and Brown, Dominic (2004) Between places: Indigenous mobility in remote and rural Australia Queensland Research Centre, St. Lucia: The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute 176  
Shnukal, A. Bibliography of Torres Strait. Brisbane: A&TSIS Unit, University of Queensland, 2003. 56  
Watson Snr., Sam (2006). Bora ring of the red dragon. In John Kinsella (Ed.), School days (pp. 27-36) Fremantle, WA, Australia: Fremantle Arts Centre Press. 63  
Memmott, Paul, Long, Stephen and Chambers, Catherine (2003) Categories of indigenous 'homelessness' people and good practice responses to their needs Qld Research Centre, St Lucia: The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute 515  
Memmott, Paul, Long, Stephen, Chambers, Catherine and Spring, Frederick (2003) Categories of Indigenous 'homeless' people and good practice responses to there needs Qld Research Centre, St Lucia: The Australian Housing & Urban Research Institute 123  
Memmott, P. C., Long, S. J. and Spring, F. (2003) Categories of indigenous 'homeless' people and good practice responses to these needs: Work in progress Queensland Research Centre: AHURI 119  
Barney, K.S. (2005). Celebration or Cover Up? "My island home" Australian national identity and the spectacle of Sydney 2000.. In E. Mackinlay, D. Collins and S. Owens (Ed.), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance 1st ed. (pp. 141-150) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press. 146  
De Ishtar, Zohl (2007). Circles of cultural learning: Aboriginal grandmothers challenge the colonial legacy. In: Education, Employment and Everything ... the triple layers of a woman's life. IWC 2007, Toowoomba, (65-69). 26-29 September 2007. 125  
Queensland. Dept. of Aboriginal and Islanders Advancement. Archaeology Branch (1975) Cloaks and rugs. Archaeology papers, 11: 1-8. 47 43
Ulm, S. G. F. Coastal Themes: An Archaeology of the Southern Curtis Coast, Queensland. Canberra: ANU E Press, 2006. 90  
Jull, P. S. and Laakso, J. L. (2005) Colonisation in the Pacific: A perspective from the Pacific Caucus April 26-28, 2005 Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs 109  
Walker, P. O. (2003) Colonising research: Academia's structural violence towards Indigenous peoples. Social Alternatives, 22 3: 37-40. 290  
Memmott, P. C. (2002) Community-based strategies for combating indigenous violence. The University of New South Wales Law Journal, 8 1: 11-15. 379 1
Thompson, Lester J. (2006). Compassionate coercion as a policy model: Reflections on practical reconciliation and mutual obligation for indigenous living conditions. In: C. Hopkinson and C. Hall, Social Change in the 21st Century Conference. Social Change in the 21st Century Conference, Carseldine Campus, QUT, (1-15). 27 October, 2006. 35  
Ross, A. C. and Coghill, S. (2000) Conducting a community-based archaeological project: an Archaeologists' and a Koenpul man's perspective. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2000 1 & 2: 76-83. 112  
Forde, Therese. (1990). Confinement and control : a history of Woorabinda Aboriginal Community 1927-1990 Honours Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics, The University of Queensland. 1057 3593
Connections in Native Title: Genealogies, Kinship and Groups. Edited by Finlayson, J. D., Rigsby, B. J. and Bek, H. Canberra: Cen. for Aboriginal Economic Policy Res., ANU, 1999. 61  
Jull, Peter (1998). Constitutional Work In Progress: Reconciliation And Renewal In Indigenous Australia And The World: A Background Paper On Indigenous Constitutional Reform Prepared For Indigenous Practitioners Per Indigenous Law Centre, University Of New South Wales, Sydney. 1243 1324
O'Rourke, Tim and Memmott, Paul (2007). Constructing cultural tourism opportunities in the Queensland wet tropics: Dyirbalngan campsites and dwellings. In J. Buultjens and D. Fuller (Ed.), Striving for Sustainability: Case Studies in Indigenous Tourism 1 ed. (pp. 371-402) Lismore, NSW: Southern Cross University Press. 157 7

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