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To be or not to be indigenous? Understanding the rise of Australia's indigenous population since 19712019 Ethnic and racial studies 42 (16): 63-82
  • Elizabeth Watt
  • Emma Kowal
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
Identification and return of a skull from Tasmania in the Berlin anatomical collection2018 Anthropologischer Anzeiger 75 (1): 39-47
  • Andreas Winkelmann
  • Barbara Teßmann
Shifting indigenous Australian realities: dispersal, damage, and resurgence: introduction2018 Oceania 88 (3): 240-53
  • Eve Vincent
  • Melinda Hinkson
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077in special issue
Palawa Kani and the value of language in Aboriginal Tasmania2017 Oceania 87 (1): 2-20
  • Christopher D. Berk
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
Other picture boards in Van Diemen’s Land: the recovery of lost illustrations of frontier violence and relationships2017 Aboriginal history 41: 3-20
  • Kristyn Harman
  • Nicholas Dean Brodie
H6/KX [ABORIGINAL-]0314-8769
The first stone and the last Tasmanian: the colonial correspondence of Edward Burnett Tylor and Henry Ling Roth2016 Oceania 86 (3): 320-43
  • Rebe Taylor
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077in special issue 'Before the field: ethnography's challenge to British anthropology'
Raw material movement and past Tasmanian Aboriginal interaction; implications for understanding isolated human population dynamics2015 Archaeology in Oceania 50: 69-81
  • Richard Cosgrove
H6/KX [ARCHEOOLOGY-]0003-8121in supplement 'Crafting the past. Papers in honour of David Frankel'
Indigenous Australia: enduring civilization2015 Tribal art (76): 84-9
  • Gaye Sculthorpe
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
This exhibition is about now: Tasmanian Aboriginality at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery2015 Museum anthropology 38 (2): 149-62
  • Christopher Berk
H6 [MUSEUM-]0892-8339
What constitutes benefit from health care interventions for indigenous Australians?2015 Australian Aboriginal studies (1): 30-42
  • Augustine D. Asante
  • Chris M. Doran
  • Ian P. Anderson
  • Margaret Kelaher
  • Michael E. Otim
H6/KX [AUSTRALIAN-]0729-4352
Malimump: a Tasmanian Aboriginal Hoabinhian site in the southwest of Western Australia?2014 Australian archaeology (79): 194-202
  • Sandra Bowdler
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417in thematic section 'Putting WA archaeology on the map: the inestimable contribution of Charlie Dortch'; with bibliography 83-5
"Homes are sought for these children": locating adoption within the Australian stolen generations narrative2013 American Indian quarterly 37 (1): 203-17
  • Shurlee Swain
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Native adoption in Canada, the United States, New Zealand, and Australia'
The Australian Barrineans and their relationship to Southeast Asian Negritos: an investigation using mithocondrial genomics2013 Human biology 85 (1-3): 485-94
  • Nano Nagle
  • Peter McAllister
  • Robert John Mitchell
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Revisiting the "Negrito" hypothesis
Aboriginal epistemologies and interpretations of art and place on the Blue Tier, northeast Tasmania2011 Australian archaeology 73: 33-40
  • Anne Ross
  • Silas Piotrowski
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417
Many happy returns?2009 Museums journal 109 (8): 32-5
  • Felicity Heywood
*H6 [MUSEUMS-]0027-416X
The polemics of making fire in Tasmania: the historical evidence revisited2008 Aboriginal history 32: 1-26
  • Rebe Taylor
H6/KX [ABORIGINAL-]0314-8769
More Tasmanian cupules2008 Rock art research 25 (2): 204-7
  • Peter C. Sims
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on 'Cupules' by R Bednarik Rock art Res 2008, 25(1):61-100; with reply 214-21
The languages of the Tasmanians and their relation to the peopling of Australia: sensible and wild theories2008 Australian archaeology (67): 13-18
  • Roger Blench
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417in special issue ' More unconsidered trifles: papers to celebrate the career of Sandra Bowdler'; with introduction by J Balme and S O'Connor 1-2, and Sandra Bowdler publications 1971-2007 in appendix, 117-21
Systematic seasonal land use by late pleistocene Tasmanian Aborigines2008 Journal of archaeological science 35 (9): 2532-44
  • Anne Pike-Tay
  • Jillian Garvey
  • Richard Cosgrove
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The polemics of eating fish in Tasmania: the historical evidence revisited2007 Aboriginal history 31: 1-26
  • Rebe Taylor
H6/KX [ABORIGINAL-]0314-8769
Tasmanian knowledge and skill: maladaptive imitation or adequate technology?2006 American antiquity 71 (1): 164-84
  • Dwight Read
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316comments on 'Demography and cultural evolution: how adaptive cultural processes can produce maladaptive losses - the Tasmanian case' by J Henrich in Amer Antiq 2004 (69:2), 197-214; Spanish summary
Homeward bound2006 Museums journal 106 (11): 34-5, 37
  • Felicity Heywood
*H6 [MUSEUMS-]0027-416X
Understanding cultural evolutionary models: a reply to Read's critique2006 American antiquity 71 (4): 771-82
  • Joseph Henrich
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316reply to 'Tasmanian knowledge and skill: maladaptive imitation or adequate technology?' by D Read in Amer Antiq 2006 (71):164-84; Spanish summary
Demography and cultural evolution: how adaptive cultural processes can produce maladaptive losses: the Tasmanian case2004 American antiquity 69 (2): 197-214
  • Joseph Henrich
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Fire-making in Tasmania: absence of evidence is not evidence of absence2002 Current anthropology 43 (4): 650-6
  • Beth Gott
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204
French anthropology in Australia, the first fieldwork report: François Péron's [Maria Island - anthropological observations]2001 Aboriginal history 25: 228-42
  • Stephanie Anderson
0311-8769in thematic section 'Aboriginality in southeastern Australia'; with introduction by I Keen, 173-5
French anthropology in Australia, a prelude: the encounters between Aboriginal Tasmanians and the expedition of Bruny d'Entrecasteaux, 17932000 Aboriginal history 24: 212-23
  • Stephanie Anderson
The childhood of William Lanne: contact archaeology and Aboriginality in Tasmania1993 Antiquity 67 (256): 504-19
  • Tim Murray
An investigation into the identity of a skull in the Department of Anatomy collection, University of Edinburgh, marked as Tasmanian XXX2, and believed to be that of William Lanney1992 World archaeology bulletin 6: 70-4
  • L M Brocklebank
  • M H Kaufman
The posthumous history of William Lanne1992 World archaeology bulletin 6: 63-9
  • C Fforde
Tasmania and the constitution of 'the dawn of humanity'1992 Antiquity 66 (252): 730-43
  • Tim Murray