Australian Aboriginal Studies 2005

Issue 1

 

Editorial: Graeme K Ward

1

Articles

 

Archaeology, claimant connection to sites, and native title: employment of successful categories of data with specific comments on glass artefacts
Peter Veth and Susan O’Connor | abstract

2

Contact archaeology and native title
Rodney Harrison | abstract

16

Archaeological evidence in the De Rose Hill native title claim
Josephine McDonald | abstract

30

Nukun and Kungun Ngarrindjeri Ruwe (Look and listen to Ngarrindjeri country): an investigation of Ngarrindjeri perspectives of archaeology in relation to native title and heritage matters
Amy Roberts, Steve Hemming, Tom Trevorrow, George Trevorrow, Matthew
Rigney, Grant Rigney, Lawrie Agius and Rhonda Agius
| abstract

45

Identifying Aboriginal ‘contact period’ sites around Darwin: long past due for native title?
Patricia M Bourke | abstract

54

Native title archaeology: a synopsis of the role of archaeology in litigated native title determinations in Australia
Andrea A McCarron-Benson | abstract

66

‘Everyday archaeology’: archaeological heritage management and its relationship to native title in development-related processes
Luke Godwin | abstract

74

Research Reports

65

An-barra Archaeological Project: a progress report
Sally Brockwell and Betty Meehan, with Betty Ngurrabangurraba

84

Book Reviews

90

Obituaries

122

Ephraim Bani
Carl Georg von Brandenstein
Mervyn J Meggitt
Alice Moyle
Percy Trezise
Bruce Veitch
Paddy Wamma Ungudman

 

Issue 2

 

Editorial: Julie D Finlayson

1

Articles

 

‘We got our own management’: local knowledge, government
and development in Cape York Peninsula
Benjamin Richard Smith | abstract

4

Lungmarama Yolngu nha: a week in the life of an outreach
program
Ben Wearne, Janice Chesters and Sue Whyte | abstract

16

Using the ‘power of the data’ within Indigenous research practice
Maggie Walter | abstract

27

Rage, reason and the honourable cause: a reply to Cowlishaw
Peter Sutton | abstract

35

Droppin’ conscious beats and flows: Aboriginal hip hop and
youth identity
George Stavrias | abstract

44

Shoes of invisibility and invisible shoes: Australian hunters
and gatherers and ideas on the origins of footwear
Kim Akerman | abstract

55

Research Report

 

High-resolution digital photomosaic recording of rock-art
Bruce Ford

65

Book Reviews

72

News and Information

87