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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 -> 410000 The Arts -> 410100 Performing Arts -> 410104 Indigenous Performing Arts :

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Casey, M. (2005). A Compelling Force: Indigenous Women Playwrights. In Rachel Fensham and Denise Varney (Ed.), The Doll's Revolution: Australian Theatre and Cultural Imagination 1 ed. (pp. 199-237) Melbourne, Vic: Australian Scholarly. 153  
Casey, M. (2005). Appendix 2: Production details. In Rachel Fensham and Denise Varney (Ed.), The Doll's Revolution: Australian Theatre and Cultural Imagination 1 ed. (pp. 399-403) Melbourne, Vic: Australian Scholarly. 42  
Turpin, Myfany (2007) Artfully hiddden: Text and rhythm in a Central Australian Aboriginal song series. Musicology Australia, 29 1: 93-108. doi:10.1080/08145857.2007.10416590 371 7 0
Castro, E. (2005) Back and forth...from text to performance - open and spoken texts or the practice of (un)writing in Aboriginal poetry. Commonwealth Essays and Studies: Textual, Contextual, Extra-textual, 28 1: 53-63. 69  
Gilbert, H (2003) Black and white and re(a)d all over again: Indigenous minstrelsy in contemporary Canadian and Australian theatre. Theatre Journal, 55 4: 679-698. doi:10.1353/tj.2003.0164 52   5 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
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. 143  
(). Charleston Six (five members and Nat Phillips). 203 43
Bradley, Lynne (2000) Choosing good ground: A forum interview with Kooemba Jdarra artistic directors Lafe Charleton, Wesley Enoch and Nadine McDonald. Australasian Drama Studies, 37 59-67. 211  
Casey, M. Creating Frames: Contemporary Indigenous Theatre. Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 2004. 142  
Tamisari, F. (2002) Danza e intercorporalita: la lusinga e il pericolo dei complimenti [Dance and inter-corporeality: The flattery and danger of compliments]. Erreffe, la Ricerca Folklorica Grafo, 45: 89-99. 57  
Gilbert, Helen (2002). Embodied Knowledges: Technologies of Representation in a Postcolonial Classroom. In Maufort, Marc and Bellarsi, Franca (Ed.), Crucible of Cultures: Anglophone Drama at the Dawn of a New Millennium 1st ed. (pp. 323-338) Brussels: Peter Lang. 563 795
Mackinlay, E. (2005) 'For our mother's song we sing': Yanyuwa Aboriginal women's narratives of experience, memory and emotion. Altitude: an e-journal of emerging humanities work, 6 1-12. 139 10
Casey, M. (2005) Indigenous Drama in the Classroom. ADEM: Drama and Indigenous Perspectives, 10 6-11. 312  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2005). Making the journey in: Opening up spaces for performing, teaching and learning Aboriginal performance traditions. In F. Magowan and K. Neuenfeldt (Ed.), Landscapes of Indigenous Performance: Music, Song and Dance of the Torres Strait and Arnhem Land (pp. 119-142) Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press. 331 7
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Bradley, John (2003) Many songs, many voices, and many dialogues: A conversation about Yanyuwa performance practice in a remote Aboriginal community. Rural Society, 13 3: 228-243. doi:10.5172/rsj.13.3.228 64   0
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Bradley, John (2003) Of mermaids and spirit men. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthroplogy, 4 1-2: 2-24. doi:10.1080/14442210310001706357 66   0
Barney, Katelyn (2007) On the margins: Torres Strait Islander women performing contemporary music. Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures, 1 2: 70-90. 85 3
Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2003) Performing race, culture, and gender in an Indigenous Australian women's music and dance classroom. Communication Education, 52 3-4: 258-272. doi:10.1080/0363452032000156235 127   Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Barney, K. S. (2006) Playing Hopscotch: How Indigenous women performers resist Aboriginalist constructs of race.. Crossings, 11 1: 1-11. 89  
Barney, Katelyn Sarah (2006). Playing musical hopscotch: How Indigenous Australian women perform around, within and against Aboriginalism. PhD Thesis, School of Music, The University of Queensland. 605 64
Casey, M. (2005) Positioning and Disrupting Whiteness in Australian Race Relations, review of Essays in social and cultural criticism: Whitening Race edited by Aileen Moreton-Robinson. ACRAWSA, 1 1: 104-106. 89  
Gilbert, Helen (1998). Reconciliation? Aboriginality and Australian Theatre in the 1990s. In Kelly, Veronica (Ed.), Our Australian Theatre in the 1990s (pp. 71-88) : Amsterdam: Rodopi. 672 1516
Barney, K.S. (2004). Repositioning Music Analysis: Preparatory thoughts for a case study of Indigenous Australian women's contemporary music. In M. Ewans, R. Halton and J.A. Philips (Ed.), Music Research: New Directions for a New Century 1st ed. (pp. 156-165) Buckinghamshire: Cambridge Scholars Press. 53  
Casey, M. (2005) Review: Isabel flick and Heather Goodall, Isabel Flick: The many lives of an extraordinary Aboriginal woman. Journal of Australian Studies, Benevolenc 85: 155-157. 171  
Casey, M. (2005) Review of Geoffrey Milne, Theatre Australian (Un)Limited: Australian Theatre since the 1950s. Australasian Drama Studies, 46: 159-162. 147  
Casey, M. (2006) Review of Jack Horner, Seeking Racial Justice: An Insider's memoir of the movement for Aboriginal advancement, 1938-1978. API/JAS Review of Books, 41 Feb 2006: 1-3. 44  
Casey, M. (2005) Review of Richard Frankland, Jada Milroy, Maryanne Sam, Tracey Rigney, Tammy Anderson & John Harding, Blak Inside: 6 Indigenous plays from Victoria. API Review of Books, 32: . 144  
Barney, Katelyn (2007) Sending a message: How Indigenous Australian women use contemporary music recording technologies to provide a space for agency, viewpoints and agendas. World of Music, 49 1: 105-123. 390 2 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Koopman, Bevan Raymond (2002). Software Tools for Indigenous Knowledge Management Bachelor of Information Technology Honours Thesis, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, University of Queensland. 1586 1354
Hanrahan, S. J. (2004) Sport psychology and indigenous performing artists. The Sport Psychologist, 18 1: 60-74. 181   11 Cited 16 times in Scopus16
Mackinlay, E. (2004) Teaching and learning race and gender in an Indigenous Australian performance studies classroom: An embodied approach to pedagogy. Australian Journal of Music Education, 1 32-46. 93 1
Cox, E. F. (2006) Te Reo Shakespeare: Te Tangata o Weniti / The Maori Merchant of Venice. Kunapipi, 28 1: 79-95. 25  
Casey, M. (2005) The Challenges of Benevolence: The role of the Indigenous Actor. Journal of Australian Studies, Benevolenc 85: 97-111. 38  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2005). The interface between music education and musicology: An ethnomusicological perspective. In E. Mackinlay, D. Collins and S. Owens (Ed.), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance (pp. 311-316) Newcastle, England: Cambridge Scholars Press. 56  
Mackinlay, E. (2004). The pedagogical as performative: Opening up spaces for teaching and learning Indigenous women's music and dance. In M. Ewans, R. Halton and J. A. Phillips (Ed.), Music research: New directions for a new century (pp. 166-176) Cambridge Scholars Press: London, United Kingdom. 58  
Mackinlay, E. (2005). The personal is political is musical: Reflections on women's music making in the Yanyuwa Aboriginal community at Borroloola, Northern Territory. In Mackinlay, E., D. Collins and S. Owens (Ed.), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance (pp. 221-233) Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press. 81  
Turpin, M. (2007) The poetics of Central Australian song. Studies in Aboriginal Song: A Special Issue of Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2 2: 100-115. 56 1 3
Barney, K.S. (2004) "Where is their costume, where is their paint?" Exploring how Indigenous Australian women construct and negotiate their Indigeneity through contemporary music. Perfect Beat. The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture., 7 1: 42-59. 187 2
Barney, K. S. (2006) 'Women singing up big': the growth of contemporary music recordings by Indigenous Australian women artists.. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 1 44-56. 58  
Mackinlay, E. (2003) Yanyuwa women play too: Didjeridu performance at Borroloola, N.T.. Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture, 7 1-11. 139