IN TRANSITION | Publicationsbooks, articles, and works-in-progress
Santa Fe: School of Advanced Research Press, Global Indigenous Politics Series. 2008
Canberra, ACT, Australia, Aboriginal Studies Press. 2009
Reviews of Aboriginal Business
Reviewed by Jeff Collmann for American Anthropologist. Vol 113 (3):515-516. 2011.
Reviewed by Jackie Gould for The Australian Journal of Anthropology: 22.1, 140-2: April 2011
Reviewed by Bill Ivory for Anthropological Forum 21.1, March 2011: 91-93
Reviewed by Petronella Vaarzon-Morel for Aboriginal History, Volume 34. 2010
Reviewed by Daniel Fischer for Museum Anthropology Review. Vol 4 (10), 2010
Reviewed by David Eller @ the Anthropology Review Database: March 9, 2010
Reviewed by Will Owen @ Aboriginal Art and Culture: An American Eye. 2009
On Not Looking: Economies of Visuality in Digital Museums, in The International Handbooks of Museum Studies: Museum Transformations, First Edition. Edited by Annie E. Coombes and Ruth B. Phillips. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Oxford Press, 2015, 365-386.
Sovereignty, Repatriation, and the Archival Imagination. Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals, Spring 2015, vol 11 (2):115-138.
Tribal Archives, Traditional Knowledge, and Local Contexts: Why the “s” Matters. Journal of Western Archives. 2015, Vol. 6, Issue. 1, Article 3.
A Safe Keeping Place: Mukurtu CMS Innovating Museum Collaborations, in Museum Innovations: Museums Collections Management, edited by Juilee Drucker. Rowman & Littlefield, 2015, 61-68.
Introduction: After the Return. Museum Anthropology Review. Spring-Fall 2013, 7(1-2).
“Chuck a Copyright on It”: Dilemmas of Digital Return and the Possibilities for Traditional Knowledge Licenses and Labels. Museum Anthropology Review. Spring-Fall 2013, 7(1-2).
Balancing Act: The Creation and Circulation of Indigenous Knowledge and Culture Inside and Outside the Legal Frame. In, Transnational Culture In The Internet Age, Edited by Sean A. Pager and Adam Candeub, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012, 316-344.
Does Information Really Want to be Free? Indigenous Knowledge Systems and the Question of Openness. International Journal of Communication. 2012, Volume 6, 2870-2893. (http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/1618)
Opening Archives: Respectful Repatriation. American Archivist. Volume 74, Spring/Summer 2011, 185-210.
Access and Accountability: The Ecology of Information Sharing in the Digital Age. Anthropology News, “Visual Ethics.” April 2009, 4-5.
Archival Challenges and Digital Solutions in Aboriginal Australia. SAA Archaeological Record. August 2008, Vol 8, No 2, 21-24.
Anthropology in/of Circulation: the Future of Open Access and Scholarly Societies. Cultural Anthropology. August 2008, Vol 23, No 3, 559-588.
Following the Nyinkka: Relations of Respect and Obligations to Act in the Collaborative Work of Aboriginal Cultural Centers. Museum Anthropology, September 2007, Vol 30, No. 2, 101-124.
Tracking Properness: Repackaging Culture in a Remote Australian Town. Cultural Anthropology, August 2006, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 416-446.
Ara Irititja: Protecting the Past, Accessing the Future–Indigenous Memories in a Digital Age. A Digital Project of the Pitantjatjara Council. Museum Anthropology, April 2006, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 56-60.
Changing the Default: Taking Aboriginal Systems of Accountability Seriously. World Anthropologies Network, May 2006, Vol. 2, pp. 115-126.
Gone Digital: Aboriginal Remix and the Cultural Commons. International Journal of Cultural Property, August 2005, 12: 315-345.