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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 -> 420000 Language and Culture -> 420300 Cultural Studies -> 420306 Postcolonial and Global Cultural Studies :

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Cochrane, Susan and Cochrane, Renata A black and white family album: Mother and daughter memoirs of Papua New Guinea 1950s-1970s. Eumundi, Queensland: Pacificlink, 2007. 355  
Robertson, Jo (2002). Anxieties of Imperial Decay: Three Journeys in India. In H. Gilbert and A. Johnston (Ed.), In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire (pp. 103-123) NY: Peter Lang. 53  
Cochrane, Susan (2005). Art in Movement Across the Pacific. In Turner, Caroline (Ed.), Art and Social Change: Contemporary Art in Asia and the Pacific 1 ed. (pp. 446-459) Canberra ACT: Pandanus Books. 398 282
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  
Foley, D. (2000) Book Review: Decolonising Methodologies: Research with Indigenous Peoples by Linda Tuhiwai Smith. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 28 1: 48-49. 546  
Huggan, Graham (2006). Cannibal rights: Intertextuality and postcolonial discourse in the Caribbean region. In Igor Maver (Ed.), Critics and writers speak: Revisioning post-colonial studies (pp. 56-66) Lanham, MD, United States: Lexington Books. 110 3
Ahrens, P. M. (2005) Colonising with Christianity? The case of George Brown, missionary photographer. Third Text, 19 3: 259-267. doi:10.1080/09528820500049478 85 3 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
Castro, E. (2006) Crossing and pushing boundaries of strangeness in contemporary Aboriginal poetry. Commonwealth: Essays and Studies, 29 1: 97-108. 90  
Macdonald, Amanda (2004) Death by representation: Of postcolonial daydreams and objectifying criticism. Postcolonial Studies, 7 3: 253-269. doi:10.1080/1368879042000311070 40   0
Huggan, G. (2006). Derailing the 'Trans': Postcolonial studies and the negative effects of speed. In Britta Waldschmidt-Nelson, Markus Hünemörder and Meike Zwingenberger (Ed.), Europe and America : Cultures in translation (pp. 185-192) Heidelberg, Germany: Winter Verlag. 88 1
Lilley, I. A. (2004). Diaspora and identity in archaeology: Moving beyond the Black Atlantic. In L Meskell and R. W. Preucel (Ed.), A Companion to Social Archaeology (pp. 287-312) Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing. 401 7
Gilbert, H. M. (2007). Ecotourism: A colonial legacy?. In Tiffin, H. (Ed.), Five Emus to the King of Siam: Environment and Empire (pp. 51-69) Amsterdam: Rodopi. 50  
Lilley, I. A. (2002) Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin, 15 2-4. 36  
Lilley, I. A. (2002) Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin, 16 3-6. 36  
Lilley, I. A. (2003) Editorial. World Archaeological Bulletin, 17 2-4. 39  
Walker, P. (2001) Eldership and wisdom in Native conflict processing. The ADR Bulletin, 3 9: 105-108. 50  
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. 563 797
Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2002) Engaging with theories of dialogue and voice: Using Bakhtin as a framework to understand teaching and learning Indigenous Australian women's performance. Research Studies in Music Education, 19 1: 32-45. doi:10.1177/1321103X020190010501 101   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 1
Ahrens, Prue (2005) From darkness to light: The story of conversion in the Reverend George Brown's photographs. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 19 2: 279-284. doi:10.1080/10304310500084608 381 5 0
Gilbert, H. M. (2003) Great adventures in nursing: Colonial discourse and health care delivery in Canada's north. Jouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 7 2: 1-16. 33  
Cochrane, Susan and Quanchi, Max (2007). Hunting the collectors. In Hunting the Collectors: Pacific Collections in Australian Museums, Art Galleries and Archives (pp. 1-16) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 66  
Westwood, R. I. (2006) International business and management studies as an orientalist discourse: A postcolonial critique. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 2 2: 91-113. doi:10.1108/17422040610661280 88   Cited 36 times in Scopus36 0
In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire. Edited by H. M. Gilbert and A. K. Johnston NY: Peter Lang, 2002. 68  
Gilbert, H. M. and Johnston, A. (2002). Introduction. In H. Gilbert and A. Johnston (Ed.), In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire 1 ed. (pp. 1-20) NY: Peter Lang. 18  
Dale, L. and Gilbert, H. M. (2007). Introduction. In Leigh Dale and Helen M. Gilbert (Ed.), Economies of Representation, 1790-2000 Colonialism and Commerce (pp. xiii-xxiv) Hampshire, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited. 39  
Gilbert, H. M. (2004) "Let them know you have broughtupcy": Childhood and child-subjects in Olive Senior's short stories. Kunapipi: Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 26 1: 24-38. 32  
Brandenstein, C. (2002). "Making 'the agreeable' to the big wigs": Lady Nugent's Grand Tour of Jamaica, 1801-1805. In H. Gilbert and A. Johnston (Ed.), In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire (pp. 45-63) NY: Peter Lang. 39  
Ahrens, P. M. (2007). Missionary positions: George Brown's bodies. In S. Cochrane and M. Quanchi (Ed.), Hunting the collectors: Pacific collections in Australian Museums, Art Galleries and Archives (pp. 131-149) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 89 4
Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2005) Moving and dancing towards decolonisation in education: An example from an Indigenous Australian performance classroom. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 34 113-122. 270 2
Cochrane, Susan (2007). Mr. Pretty's predicament: Ethnic art field collectors in Melanesia for the Commonwealth Arts Advisory Board, 1968-1973. In Susan Cochrane and Max Quanchi (Ed.), Hunting the collectors : Pacific collections in Australian museums, art galleries and archives (pp. 243-274) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 52 1
Tiffin, H.M. (2002). Pleasant Companions: Nineteenth-century Travel Writing and the Head-Hunters of Borneo. In H. Gilbert and A. Johnston (Ed.), In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire 1 ed. (pp. 125-148) NY: Peter Lang. 31  
Dale, L. (2007). Postcolonial pedagogy and international economics. In Leigh Dale and Helen Gilbert (Ed.), Economies of Representation, 1790-2000 Colonialism and Commerce (pp. 193-208) Hampshire, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited. 65  
Holas, S. (2002) Postmodernity, subalternity and border gnosis. Postcolonial Studies, 5 3: 333-338. 52  
MacDonald, L. (2002). Prime Directives: Travel in Star Trek and the South Seas Tale. In H. Gilbert and A. Johnston (Ed.), In Transit: Travel, Text, Empire (pp. 219-234) NY: Peter Lang. 57  
Whitlock, G. L. (2007) Review essay: The power of testimony. Law & Literature, 19 1: 139-152. 67  
Lilley, I. A. (2006) Review of After Captain Cook: The Archaeology of the Recent Indigenous Past in Australia edited by R. Harrison and C. Williamson. Asian Perspectives, 45 1: 112-115. 66  
Dauber, Christine (2005) Revisionism or self-reflexivity at the South Australian Museum: The museumising imagination in the postcolonial era. Journal of Australian Studies, 29 85: 113-125. doi:10.1080/14443050509388020 56   0
Whitlock, G. L. Soft Weapons: Autobiography in Transit. Chicago, I.L., U.S.A.: The University of Chicago Press, 2007. 165 19
Tilley, E. (2002). Space, Memory, and Power in Australia: the Case of No Nation. In: Mary R. Power, PANDORA electronic collection: Communication: Reconstructed for the 21st Century. Communication: Reconstructed for the 21st Century ANZCA 2002, Gold Coast, Qld, (1-7). 10-12 July 2002. 52  
Lawson, A. J. (2004). The anxious proximities of settler (post) colonial relations. In J. Rivkin and M. Ryan (Ed.), Literary Theory: An Anthology 2 ed. (pp. 1210-1223) Malden MA: Blackwell Publishing. 349  
Tiffin, H.M. (2004). The benev(i)olence of imperial education. In A. Hickling-Hudson, J. Matthews and A. Woods (Ed.), Disrupting Preconceptions: Postcolonialism and Education (pp. 143-154) Flaxton, Queensland: Post Pressed. 30  
Collis, C. (2005). The Proclamation Island Moment: Making Antartica Australian. In David Carter and Martin Crotty (Ed.), Australian Studies Centre 25th Anniversary Collection 1 ed. (pp. 184-197) Brisbane: Australian Studies Centre, UQ. 66  
Redden, G. F. (2007). The textuality of tourism and the ontology of resource: An amazing Thai case study. In Dale, L. and Gilbert, Helen M. (Ed.), Economies of Representation, 1790-2000 Colonialism and Commerce (pp. 93-104) Hampshire, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited. 52  
O'Regan, T. (2004) The utility of global forum: UNESCO's significance for communication, culture and ICTs'. Media International Australia, 111 63-80. 333 1
Blair, R. M. (2007). "Transported landscapes": Reflections on empire and environment in the Pacific. In HelenTiffin (Ed.), Five Emus to the King of Siam: Environment and Empire (pp. 85-111) Amsterdam, The Netherlands; New York, U.S.A.: Rodopi. 152  
Sidhu, Ravinder Kaur Universities and globalisation: To market, to market. Mahwah, NJ, U.S.A.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006. 130 16
Parsons, R. (2007). We're all stakeholders now: The influence of western discourses of 'community engagement' in an Australian Aboriginal community. In: C. H. J. Gilson, Critical Management Studies Proceedings 2007. 5th International Critical Management Studies Conference (CMS 2007), Manchester, (17-19). 11-13 July, 2007. 113  
Moreton-Robinson, Aileen and Nicoll, Fiona (2006) We Shall Fight Them on the Beaches: Protesting White Cultures of Possession. Journal of Australian Studies, 89 149-160. 459 1
Singh, D. (2007) White subjectivity and racial terror: Towards an understanding of racial violence. ACRAWSA, 3 1: 1-10. 66  
World Archaeological Bulletin (2003) Volume 18 49  

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