Publications for Gillian Cowlishaw 2017



Download 28.59 Kb.
Date05.01.2018
Size28.59 Kb.
#40054

Publications for Gillian Cowlishaw

2017

Cowlishaw, G. (2017). Tunnel Vision: Part One � Resisting post-colonialism in Australian anthropology. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 28(3), 324-341. [More Information]

Cowlishaw, G. (2017). Tunnel Vision: Part Two-Explaining Australian anthropology's conservatism. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, In Press. [More Information]

2014

Cowlishaw, G. (2014). Abstracting Anthropology: review essay on James Clifford 'Returns'. Australian Review of Public Affairs, 8. [More Information]

Cowlishaw, G. (2014). Governing Sex: Removing the Right to Take Responsibility. International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy, 3(1), 35-48. [More Information]

High, H., Cowlishaw, G., Missbach, A., Ramsay, G., Hoffstaedter, G., Lee, H. (2014). National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention 2014. A submission from the Australian Anthropological Society. Australia: Australian Human Rights Commission.

Cowlishaw, G. (2014). Performing Aboriginality: The Politics and Poetics of Citizenship in Everyday Life. In Timothy Neale, Crystal McKinnon, Eve Vincent (Eds.), History, Power, Text: Cultural Studies and Indigenous Studies, (pp. 229-249). Sydney: UTSePress. [More Information]

Cowlishaw, G. (2014). True Ethnography. In Vanessa Castejon, Anna Cole, Oliver Haag, Karen Hughes (Eds.), Ngapartji Ngapartji In turn in turn: Ego-Histoire, Europe and Indigenous Australia, (pp. 128-131). Canberra: ANU Press.



2013

Cowlishaw, G. (2013). 'Culture', 'Race' and 'Me': Living the Anthropology of Indigenous Australians. In Cris Shore, Susanna Trnka (Eds.), Up Close and Personal: On Peripheral Perspectives and the Production of Anthropological Knowledge, (pp. 94-107). Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Cowlishaw, G. (2013). Reproducing Criminality; How Cure Enhance Cause. In Kerry Carrington, Matthew Ball, Erin OBrien and Juan Tauri (Eds.), Crime, Justice and Social Democracy: International Perspectives, (pp. 234-247). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]

2012

Cowlishaw, G. (2012). Crime and Culture. Crime, Justice and Social Democracy: An International Conference, Brisbane: QUT Publications.

Cowlishaw, G. (2012). Culture and the absurd: the means and meanings of Aboriginal identity in the time of cultural revivalism. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 18(2), 397-417. [More Information]

Cowlishaw, G., Gibson, L. (2012). Locating an Australia-wide Anthropology. Oceania, 82(1), 4-14. [More Information]

Cowlishaw, G., Gibson, L. (2012). Towards an Australia-wide Anthropology: Oceania Special Issue. Vol 82 (1). United States: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Eickelkamp, U., Cowlishaw, G. (2012). Young Lives, Changing Times: Perspectives on Social Reproduction. Sydney: University of Sydney.



2011

Cowlishaw, G. (2011). Mythologising culture Part 2: Disturbing aboriginality in the suburbs. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 22(2), 170-188. [More Information]



2010

Cowlishaw, G., Lea, T. (2010). Development, heroism and the indigenous life project. Dialectical Anthropology, 34(2), 223-234. [More Information]

Cowlishaw, G. (2010). Faulty Tours: a study of Australian tourists. La Ricerca Folklorica, 61, 11-19.

Cowlishaw, G. (2010). Framing Violence: an ethnographic perspective on rioting. In Craig Browne and Justine McGill (Eds.), Violence in France and Australia: Disorder in the postcolonial welfare state, (pp. 27-52). Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Cowlishaw, G. (2010). Helping Anthropologists, still. In J. Altman and M. Hinkson (Eds.), Culture Crisis: Anthropology and Politics in Aboriginal Australia, (pp. 45-60). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Cowlishaw, G. (2010). Mythologising culture - Part 1: Desiring Aboriginality in the suburbs. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 21(2), 208-227. [More Information]

Cowlishaw, G. (2010). Revivalism and Alterity: Culture as a means of governance. Anthropology and the Ends of Worlds, Sydney: WordPress.

Cowlishaw, G. (2010). Ways to Claim a Country. Arena Magazine, 10-11(108), 36-39.



2009

Cowlishaw, G., Mookherjee, N. (2009). A multiplicity of meanings: an ethnographic reflection on Kevin Rudd's apology on behalf of the nation, to Australia's Indigenous peoples in January 2008. Critique of Anthropology.

Cowlishaw, G. (2009). Ethics and the 'unethical' in social science knowledge production. Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics, 11(1 & 2), 90-98.

Cowlishaw, G. (2009). Helping Anthropologists, Still. Australian Anthropology Society Annual Conference, Canberra: Australian Anthropology Society.

Cowlishaw, G. (2009). The City's Outback. Sydney, Australia: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Mookherjee, N., Rapport, N., Josephides, L., Hage, G., Todd, L., Cowlishaw, G. (2009). The Ethics of Apology: A Set of Commentaries. Critique of Anthropology, 29(3), 345-366. [More Information]



2008

Cowlishaw, G. (2008). Australia's Frontier Wars. In Deborah Gare, David Ritter (Eds.), Making Australian History: Perspectives on the Past since 1788, (pp. 175-182). Australia: Thomson (Learning Australia).

Cowlishaw, G. (2008). Culture as Therapy. Australian Anthropology Society Annual Conference, Canberra: Australian Anthropology Society.

2007

Cowlishaw, G. (2007). Introduction: Ethnography and the Interpretation of 'Cronulla'. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 18(3), 295-299. [More Information]

Cowlishaw, G. (2007). Redneck Masculinities. In Michael Flood, Judith Kegan Gardiner, Bob Pease, Keith Pringle (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. Unted Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2006

Cowlishaw, G. (2006). Collateral Damage in the History Wars. In Tess Lea, Emma Kowal, Gillian Cowlishaw (Eds.), Moving Anthropology: Critical Indigenous Studies, (pp. 131-146). Australia: Charles Darwin University Press.

Cowlishaw, G. (2006). Cultures of complaint: An ethnography of rural racial rivalry. Journal of Sociology, 42(4), 429-445. [More Information]

Lea, T., Kowal, E., Cowlishaw, G. (2006). Double Binds. In Tess Lea, Emma Kowal, Gillian Cowlishaw (Eds.), Moving Anthropology: Critical Indigenous Studies, (pp. 1-15). Australia: Charles Darwin University Press.

Lea, T., Kowal, E., Cowlishaw, G. (2006). Moving Anthropology: Critical Indigenous Studies. Australia: Charles Darwin University Press.

Cowlishaw, G. (2006). On 'Getting It Wrong': Collateral Damage in the History Wars. Australian Historical Studies, 37(127), 181-202. [More Information]



2005

Cowlishaw, G. (2005). Who's Upsetting Who?: Strangeness, Memory, Nostalgia, Morality. In Tess Lea & Bill Wilson (Eds.), The State of the North: A Selection of Papers from the 2003 Charles Darwin Symposia, (pp. 203-213). Australia: Charles Darwin University Press.



2004

Cowlishaw, G. (2004). Blackfellas, Whitefellas and the Hidden Injuries of Race. UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.



1999

Cowlishaw, G. (1999). Rednecks, Eggheads and Blackfellas: racial power and intimacy in north Australia. Sydney and Michigan: Allen and Unwin.



1997

Cowlishaw, G., Morris, B. (1997). Race Matters: Indigenous Australians and ‘Our’ society. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press.



1988

Cowlishaw, G. (1988). Black, White or Brindle: race in rural Australia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.




Download 28.59 Kb.

Share with your friends:




The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2023
send message

    Main page