Publications for Yasmine Musharbash 2016



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Publications for Yasmine Musharbash

Publications for Yasmine Musharbash

2016

Musharbash, Y. (2016). A Short Essay on Monsters, Birds, and Sounds of the Uncanny. Semiotic Review, (2). [More Information]

Musharbash, Y. (2016). Evening Play: Acquainting Toddlers with Dangers and Fear at Yuendumu, Northern Territory. In Hideaki Terashina and Barry S. Hewlett (Eds.), Social Learning and Innovation in Contemporary Hunter-Gatherers: Evolutionary and Ethnographic Perspectives, (pp. 171-177). Springer.

Musharbash, Y. (2016). The Triangle: A Narrative Portrait of Place-Gathered Monstrousness. In Erin Vander Wall (Eds.), Edgelands: A Collection of Monstrous Geographies, (pp. 31-40). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.



2014

Musharbash, Y. (2014). Here be Kurdaitcha: Towards an Ethnography of the Monstrous on the Margins of a Central Australian Aboriginal Town. In Craig Douglas, Rosalea Monacella (Eds.), Places and Spaces of Monstrosity, (pp. 117-124). Oxford, United Kingdom: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Musharbash, Y. (2014). Introduction: Monsters, Anthropology, and Monster Studies. In Yasmine Musharbash, Geir Henning Presterudstuen (Eds.), Monster Anthropology in Australasia and Beyond, (pp. 1-24). New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]

Musharbash, Y., Presterudstuen, G. (2014). Monster Anthropology in Australasia and Beyond. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Musharbash, Y. (2014). Monstrous Transformations: A Case Study from Central Australia. In Yasmine Musharbash, Geir Henning Presterudstuen (Eds.), Monster Anthropology in Australasia and Beyond, (pp. 39-55). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

2013

Musharbash, Y. (2013). Embodied Meaning: Sleeping Arrangements in Central Australia. In Katie Glaskin, Richard Chenhall (Eds.), Sleep Around the World: Anthropological Perspectives, (pp. 45-60). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Musharbash, Y. (2013). Night, sight, and feeling safe: An exploration of aspects of Warlpiri and Western sleep. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 24(1), 48-63. [More Information]

2011

Musharbash, Y., Barber, M. (2011). Ethnography & the Production of Anthropological Knowledge: Essays in honour of Nicholas Peterson. Canberra, ACT: ANU E Press.

Musharbash, Y. (2011). Nic's Gift: Turning Ethnographic Data into Knowledge. In Yasmine Musharbash and Marcus Barber (Eds.), Ethnography & the Production of Anthropological Knowledge: Essays in honour of Nicholas Peterson, (pp. 1-14). Canberra, ACT: ANU E Press.

Musharbash, Y. (2011). Warungka: Becoming and Unbecoming a Warlpiri Person. In Ute Eickelkamp (Eds.), Growing Up in Central Australia: New Anthropological Studies of Aboriginal Childhood and Adolescence, (pp. 63-81). New York: Berghahn Books.



2010

Musharbash, Y. (2010). 'Only Whitefella Take That Road': Culture seen through the intervention at Yuendumu. In J. Altman and M. Hinkson (Eds.), Culture Crisis: Anthropology and Politics in Aboriginal Australia, (pp. 212-225). Sydney: University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press.

Musharbash, Y. (2010). Marriage, Love Magic, and Adultery: Warlpiri Relationships as Seen by Three Generations of Anthropologists. Oceania, 80, 272-288.

Musharbash, Y. (2010). Warlpiri fears/whitefella fears: Ways of being in Central Australia seen through an emotion. Emotion, Space and Society, 3, 95-102. [More Information]



2009

Glaskin, K., Tonkinson, M., Musharbash, Y., Burbank, V. (2009). Mortality, Mourning and Mortuary Practices in Indigenous Australia. Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.



2008

Musharbash, Y. (2008). 'Sorry Business is Yapa Way': Warlpiri Mortuary Rituals as Embodied Practice. In Katie Glaskin, Myrna Tonkinson, Yasmine Mushabarash, Victoria Burbank (Eds.), Mortality, Mourning and Mortuary Practices in Indigenous Australia, (pp. 21-36). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Musharbash, Y., Carty, J. (2008). Anthropological Forum Special Issue: You've Got to be Joking! Anthropological Perspectives on Humour and Laughter. Anthropological Forum, 18(3).

Burbank, V., Glaskin, K., Musharbash, Y., Tonkinson, M. (2008). Introduction: Indigenous Ways of Death in Australia. In Katie Glaskin, Myrna Tonkinson, Yasmine Mushabarash, Victoria Burbank (Eds.), Mortality, Mourning and Mortuary Practices in Indigenous Australia, (pp. 1-20). Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate.

Musharbash, Y. (2008). Perilous Laughter: Examples from Yuendumu, Central Australia. Anthropological Forum, 18(3), 271-277. [More Information]

Carty, J., Musharbash, Y. (2008). You've Got to be Joking: Asserting the Analytical Value of Humour and Laughter in Contemporary Anthropology. Anthropological Forum, 18(3), 209-217. [More Information]

Musharbash, Y. (2008). Yuendumu Everyday: Contemporary life in remote Aboriginal Australia. Canberra, Australia: Aboriginal Studies Press.

2007

Musharbash, Y. (2007). Boredom, Time, and Modernity: An Example from Aboriginal Australia. American Anthropologist, 109(2), 307-317. [More Information]



2006

Musharbash, Y. (2006). The journeys before the journey: An analysis of 'hithering and thithering' or, what takes place before you can go on a trip in Yuendumu, a remote Aboriginal settlement. TASA 2006 - Annual Conference of The Australian Sociological Association, Perth, Australia: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).



2004

Musharbash, Y. (2004). Red Bucket for the Red Cordial, Green Bucket for the Green Cordial: On the Logic and Logistics of Warlpiri Birthday Parties. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 15(1), 12-22.



2001

Musharbash, Y. (2001). Yuendumu CDEP: Warlpiri Work Ethic and Kardiya Staff Turn–over. In Morphy, F. and Sanders, W. (Eds.), The Indigenous Welfare Economy and the CDEP Scheme, (pp. 153-165). Canberra: ANU Press.



2000

Musharbash, Y. (2000). The Yuendumu Community Case Study. In Smith, D.E. (Eds.), Indigenous Familes and the Welfare System: Two Community Case Studies, (pp. 53-84). Canberra: ANU Press.




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