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  1. Nic’s Gift: Turning ethnographic data into knowledge (PDF, 210KB) Yasmine Musharbash

Part I. Ritual, Material Culture, Land and Ecology

  1. Splitting the Atom of Kinship: Towards an understanding of the symbolic economy of the Warlpiri fire ceremony (PDF, 421KB) John Morton
  2. The ‘Expanding Domain’ of Warlpiri Initiation Rituals (PDF, 333KB) Georgia Curran
  3. Who Owns the ‘De-Aboriginalised’ Past? Ethnography meets photography: a case study of Bundjalung Pentecostalism (PDF, 2.0MB) Akiko Ono
  4. Thomson’s Spears: Innovation and change in eastern Arnhem Land projectile technology (PDF, 1.2MB) Harry Allen
  5. Nothing Ever Changes’: Historical ecology, causality and climate change in Arnhem Land, Australia (PDF, 422KB) Marcus Barber
  6. The Language of Property: Analyses of Yolngu relations to country (PDF, 687KB) Ian Keen

Part II. Demand Sharing, the Moral Domestic Economy, Policy and Applied Anthropology

  1. From Applied Anthropology to an Anthropology of Engagement: Japanese anthropology and Australianist studies (PDF, 430KB) Sachiko Kubota
  2. Community Development as Fantasy? A case study of contemporary Maori society (PDF, 611KB) Toon van Meijl
  3. Give or Take: A comparative analysis of demand sharing among the Menraq and Semai of Malaysia (PDF, 582KB) Alberto Gomes
  4. Owning Your People: Sustaining relatedness and identity in a South Coast Aboriginal community (PDF, 805KB) Natalie Kwok
  5. Demand Sharing, Nutrition and Warlpiri Health: The social and economic strategies of food choice (PDF, 667KB) Eirik Saethre
  6. A Genealogy of ‘Demand Sharing’: From pure anthropology to public policy (PDF, 784KB) Jon Altman
  7. Policy Alchemy and the Magical Transformation of Aboriginal Society (PDF, 883KB) David F. Martin