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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 3 - Society -> 750000 - Social Development and Community Services -> 750800 Heritage -> 750805 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage :

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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. 202  
Memmott, P. C. and Go-Sam, C. (2000). Aboriginal architecture. In Kleinert, S. and Neale, M. (Ed.), The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture (pp. 405-413) Melbourne: Oxford University Press. 214  
Prangnell, J. M. (2004) Aboriginal cultural heritage assessor's report - north south bypass tunnel Univ Qld., St Lucia: School Soc Sci 283  
Prangnell, J. M. (2005) A Cultural Heritage Assessment for a Proposed Residential Development at Bryson Creek Road, Upper Coomera - Part B Technical Report St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 119  
Prangnell, J. M. (2005) A Cultural heritage Assessment for a Proposed Residential Development at Ficus Street, Stephens - Part B Technical Report St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 104  
Prangnell, J. M. (2005) A Cultural Heritage Assessment of a Proposed Residential Development at Qld Pacific Highway, Pimpama - Part B Technical Report St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 109  
Pensalfini, Rob A Grammar of Jingulu, an Aboriginal Language of the Northern Territory. The Australian National University, Canberra ACT: Pacific Linguistics, 2003. 2738 17
Cole, N. and Watchman, A. (2005) AMS dating of rock art in the Laura Region, Cape York Peninsula, Australia - protocols and results of recent research. Antiquity, 79 305: 661-678. 217   13 Cited 12 times in Scopus12
Memmott, P. C. and Long, S. J. (2001) Anthropological report for Indjiladji section of Gulf communities cable cultural heritage clearance Brisbane: Paul Memmott & Assoc in assoc with Aboriginal Env Res Centre 88  
Ulm, S. G., Woolford, N. and Cummins, D. P. (2002) A Preliminary Desktop Overview of Published Information on Brisbane Waterways Related to Indigenous Cultural Heritage Brisbane: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 58  
Cotter, M. M. (2000) ARC grant for geoarchaeological research in central Queensland. Coastlines: Newsletter for Coastal Managers, 9 2: 4-4. 44  
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. 198 4
Prangnell, J. M. and Holden, A. (2006) Archaeological Assessment of a Deviation to the Route of a Propsed Powerlink Queensland Electricity Easement Upgrade between South Ripley and Greenbank Brisbane: UQASU 43  
Prangnell, J. M. and Holden, A. (2006) Archaeological Assessment of a Proposed Powerlink Queensland Electricity Easement Upgrade between Flagstone Creek and Greenbank Brisbane: UQASU 67  
Prangnell, J. and Smith, T. (2007). Archaeological Assessment of Middens on Coombabah Creek and Saltwater Creek, Gold Coast City. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit. 197  
Lilley, I. A. (2007) Archaeological Studies of the Middle and Late Holocene, Papua New Guinea. Part VII. The evolution of Sio pottery: Evidence from three sites in northeastern Papua New Guinea.. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, 20 227-244. 155  
Prangnell, J. M. (2006) Archaeological Survey and Excavation at Deebing Creek Brisbane: UQASU 112  
Prangnell, J. (2007). Archaeological Surveys for the Proposed Goodna Bypass, Southeast Queensland. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit. 99  
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. 56  
Prangnell, J. M. (2006) Assessment for the Proposed Airport Link Brisbane: UQASU 59  
Prangnell, J. M. (2006) Assessment for the Proposed Northern Busway Brisbane: UQASU 60  
Prangnell, J. (2007). Assessment of the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Risks and Opportunities for two Different Opinions for the Southernmost Section of the Proposed Northern Busway. The University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit. 69  
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. 65  
Australian Archaeology (2006) Volume 63 50  
Australian Archaeology (2006) Volume 62 48  
Memmott, P. C. and Go-Sam, C. (1999). Australian indigenous architecture: Its forms and evolution. In: R. Blythe and R. Spence, Thresholds: Papers of the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand. Thresholds, Launceston/Hobart, (233-239). 28 Sept - 1 Oct, 1999. 332  
Cryle, Mark (2007) Australian indigenous libraries and knowledge: Book review. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 36 111-113. 70  
Cole, N. (2004) Battle camp to Boralga: A local study of colonial war on Cape York Peninsula, 1873-1894. Aboriginal History, 28 156-189. 238  
Long, S. J. (2002). Between the Georgina and the great western railway: The transformation and maintenance of the Aboriginal architecture in North-West Queensland. In: J. Macarthur and A. Moulis, Additions to Architectural History XIX Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand. Additions to Architectural Historians, Brisbane, New Farm Powerhouse, (15-15). 4-7 October, 2002. 42  
Westcott, Catherine, Lilley, Ian, Ulm, Sean, Clarkson, Chris and Brian, Deborah (1999) Big Foot Art Site, Cania Gorge: Site report. Queensland Archaeological Research, 11 43-58. 502 144
Brigg, Morgan (2007) Biopolitics meets Terrapolitics: Political Ontologies and Governance in Settler-Colonial Australia. Australian Journal of Political Science, 42 3: 403-417. doi:10.1080/10361140701513554 104 3 5 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 3
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. 138  
Ulm, S. G. F. Coastal Themes: An Archaeology of the Southern Curtis Coast, Queensland. Canberra: ANU E Press, 2006. 89  
Scott, Joanne and Laurie, Ross (2007) Colonialism on display: Indigenous people and artefacts at an Australian agricultural show. Aboriginal History, 31 45-62. 345 5
Lourandos, Harry and David, Bruno (1998) Comparing long-term archaeological and environmental trends: north Queensland, arid and semi-arid Australia. The Artefact, 21 105-114. 97  
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. 109  
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. 59  
Greenop, K. and Memmott, P. (2006). Contemporary urban Aboriginal place values in Brisbane. In: C. L. Miller and M. M. Roche, Past Matters: Heritage, History and the Built Environment: Proceedings from the 8th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference. 8th Australasian Urban History/Planning History Conference Past Matters, Wellington Campus, New Zealand, (157-170). 9-11 February, 2006. 589 4
Piotrowski, Silas (2010). Contested heritage, contested Aboriginality, and the Blue Tier, north east Tasmania Honours Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 85 2
Prangnell, J. M. (2005) Cultural Heritage Inspections Weipper Street Site - UQASU Interim Report to Minjerribah - Moorgumpin Elders-in-Council Aboriginal Corporation St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 92  
Prangnell, J. M., Smith, A. and Coghill, S. (2005) Cultural Heritage Study, ML1108, North Stradbroke Island St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 193  
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. 55  
Milmilany, E. and Tamisari, F. (2003). Dhanara Workshop at Galiwin'ku. In: Dhana Workshop at Galinwin'ku. Dhanara Workshop at Galiwin'ku, Galiwin'ku, N.T., (1-22). 18-21 November, 2003. 55  
Tamisari, F. and Milmilany, E. (2003) Dhinthun Wayawu - Looking for a pathway to knowledge: Towards a vision of Yolngu Education in Milingimbi. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 32 1-11. 79  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth Disturbances and dislocations: understanding teaching and learning experiences in indigenous Australian woman's music and dance. Bern ; New York: Peter Lang, 2007. 401 1
Donald Thomson. The Man and Scholar. Edited by B. J. Rigsby and N. Peterson Canberra: The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, 2005. 137  
Prangnell, J. M. and Gorring, D. A. (2005) Draft Cultural Heritage Report for Gold Coast Hinterland Great Walk - Part B Technical Report St Lucia: University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit 94  
Ulm, Sean, Cotter, Stephen, Cotter, Maria, Lilley, Ian, Clarkson, Chris and Reid, Jill (2005). Edge-ground hatchets on the Southern Curtis Coast, Central Queensland: A preliminary Assessment of Technology, Chronology and Provenance. In Ingereth Macfarlane, Mary-Jane Mountain and Robert Paton (Ed.), Many Exchanges: Archaeology, History, Community and the Work of Isabel McBryde (pp. 323-342) Canberra: Aboriginal History Inc.. 493 416
Ulm, Sean and Ross, Annie (2006) Editorial. Australian Archaeology, 62 ii-ii. 78   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Ulm, Sean and Ross, Annie (2006) Editorial. Australian Archaeology, 63 ii-ii. 69   Cited 0 times in Scopus0

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