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1999Tackling the Jobs CrisisSpoehr, J.
2004Tale of two citiesSpoehr, J.
2004Tales of mastery: Spirit familiar in Sufis' religious imaginationSaniotis, A.
2002Talk about itAskew, Joseph Benjamin
2001Talking languageSutton, P.
2005Tamil Tiger "Martyrs": Regenerating divine potency?Roberts, M.
2013TamponMagarey, S.; Barlett, A.; Henderson, M.
2005Tareena Billabong - a palaeolimnological history of an ever-changing wetland, Chowilla Floodplain, lower Murray-Darling Basin, AustraliaGell, P.; Bulpin, S.; Wallbrink, P.; Hancock, G.; Bickford, S.
2004Tea and tinned fish: Christianity, consumption and the nation in Papua New GuineaDundon, A.
1998Teaching Chinese History in Junior High Schools in Post-Mao ChinaChan, Shiu-wah Sylvia; Scott, Paul D.
2010Teaching Kanji to students from diverse language backgrounds in AustraliaAoki, N.; Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (18th : 2010 : Adelaide, South Australia)
1996Teaching lessons, removing evil: Strands of moral puritanism in Sinhala nationalist practiceRoberts, M.
2009Technologies of the mind: neuroanthropology and memeticsSaniotis, A.
1995Technology and Techne in Trobriand and Yolngu Art' for Special Issue entitled " Too Many Meanings: A Critique of the Anthropology of AestheticsWeiner, J.
1997Televisualist anthropologyWeiner, James F.
2009Telling silences: unspeakable trauma and the unremarkable practices of everyday lifeWarin, M.; Dennis, S.
2014Temporal practices: time and ethnographic research in changing organizationsDawson, P.
2006Temporary migration and the labour market in AustraliaHugo, G.
2004Temporary migration: a new paradigm of international migrationHugo, Graeme John
2005Temporary skilled migrants in Australia: employment circumstances and migration outcomesKhoo, Siew-Ean; McDonald, Peter; Hugo, Graeme John