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Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 29
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2022Extraordinary Back-to-Back Human and Animal Figures in the Art of Western Arnhem Land, Australia: One of the World's Largest AssemblagesTaçon, P.S.C.; May, S.K.; Goldhahn, J.; Taylor, L.; Brady, L.M.; Ressel, A.; Jalandoni, A.; Wesley, D.; Maralngurra, G.
2022Rock Art and (Re)Production of Narratives: A Cassowary Bone Dagger Stencil Perspective from Auwim, East Sepik, Papua New GuineaTsang, R.; Katuk, S.; May, S.K.; Taçon, P.S.C.; Ricaut, F.-X.; Leavesley, M.G.
2022Paddy Compass Namadbara and Baldwin Spencer: an artist's recollection of the first commissioned Aboriginal bark paintins in Oenpelli, 1912Goldhahn, J.; Taylor, L.; Tacon, P.S.C.; May, S.; Maralngurra, G.
2022Psychedelics, atheism, and naturalism: myth and realityLetheby, C.
2022Meet your meat! How Australian livestock producers are using Instagram to promote 'happy meat'Buddle, E.A.; Contois, E.; Kish, Z.
2022IntroductionTacon, P.S.C.; May, S.; Frederick, U.K.; McDonald, J.; Blyth, M.; Tacon, P.S.C.; May, S.; Frederick, U.K.; McDonald, J.
2022Histories of Australian Rock Art ResearchTacon, P.S.C.; May, S.; Frederick, U.K.; McDonald, J.
2022Picturing Nayombolmi: The most prolific known rock art artist in the worldGoldhahn, J.; May, S.; Tacon, P.
2022Djimongurr (c. 1910-1969)Gumbuwa Maralngurra, J.; May, S.; Goldhahn, J.; Nolan, M.
2021An Analysis of Motif Clusters at the Nanguluwurr Rock Art Site, Kakadu National Park, N. T. AustraliaHayward, J.A.; May, S.K.; Goldhahn, J.; Jalandoni, A.; Taçon, P.S.C.
2021"Our dad's painting is hiding, in secret place": reverberations of a rock painting episode in Kakadu National Park, AustraliaGoldhahn, J.; Biyalwanga, L.; May, S.K.; Blawgur, J.; Taçon, P.S.C.; Sullivan, J.; Johnston, I.G.; Lee, J.
2021The missing Macassans: Indigenous sovereignty, rock art and the archaeology of absenceMay, S.K.; Wesley, D.; Goldhahn, J.; Lamilami, R.; Taçon, P.S.C.
2021Le tayo de Nouvelle-Calédonie : un cas d’étude pour repenser les histoires des origines des langues creolesSpeedy, K.; Fillol, V.; Vandeputte, L.
2021Developing a Reflexive, Anticipatory, and Deliberative Approach to Unanticipated Discoveries: Ethical Lessons from iBlastoidsAnkeny, R.; Munsie, M.; Leach, J.
2020How 3D models (photogrammetry) of rock art can improve recording veracity: a case study from Kakadu National Park, AustraliaJalandoni, A.; May, S.K.
2020Maliwawa figures—a previously undescribed Arnhem Land rock art styleTaçon, P.S.C.; May, S.K.; Lamilami, R.; McKeague, F.; Johnston, I.G.; Jalandoni, A.; Wesley, D.; Sanz, I.D.; Brady, L.M.; Wright, D.; Goldhahn, J.
2020Survival, Social Cohesion and Rock Art: The Painted Hands of Western Arnhem Land, AustraliaMay, S.K.; Taylor, L.; Frieman, C.; Taçon, P.S.C.; Wesley, D.; Jones, T.; Goldhahn, J.; Mungulda, C.
2020Rethinking the age and unity of large naturalistic animal forms in early Western Arnhem Land Rock Art, AustraliaJones, T.; Wesley, D.; May, S.K.; Johnston, I.G.; McFadden, C.; Taçon, P.S.C.
2020Exposing the colonial routes of Island connectedness beneath the apparent French roots of Hunters Hill (Sydney, Australia)Speedy, K.
2020Anne-Louise Willoughby, Nora Heysen: A PortraitBody, R.
Collection's Items (Sorted by Issue Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 29