Articles of Significance to Native Title Anthropological Practice
Below are links to published articles, conference papers, public addresses, and other materials on challenges facing anthropologists working in the native title arena.
Publications and Papers produced by CNTA Guided Writing and Research Placement recipients
- Kenny, A. 2012. The ‘Society’ at Bora Ceremonies. A Manifestation of a Body of Traditional Law and Custom in Aboriginal Australia relevant to Native Title Case Law. Oceania, Vol. 82 No. 2: 129-151.
- Morton, J 2017 ‘‘Mother’s Blood, Father’s Land’: Native Title and Comparative Land Tenure Modelling for Claims in ‘Settled’ Australia’, Oceania, vol. 87, no. 1, pp. 58-77.
- Pleshet, N 2018, ‘Caring for Country: History and Alchemy in the Making and Management of Indigenous Land and Culture’, Oceania, vol. 88, no. 2, pp 183-201.
Papers distributed via CNTA mailing list:
- Adele Millard, 2018: ‘Annotated Bibliography: Customary Marine Tenure in Southern Australia’.
- Chrissy Lui, 2017: “Conundrums in the use of Visual research methods and products in native title claims”
- Susan Donaldson, 2016: Annotated bibliography - “The anthropology of Registered Native Title Bodies Corporates”
Please find electronic copies of these papers via the links at the bottom of this page.
Other papers produced by CNTA:
- Jacqui Keene, 2019: "Native Title Compensation: A Review of Recent Literature and Annotated Bibliography"
A copy of this paper can be found via the link at the bottom of this page.
Other Relevant Publications
Papers from Conferences
2016 Annual Conference: The Future of Native Title Anthropology
Jointly convened by the CNTA and Queensland South Native Title Services and Anthropology Department, University of Queensland
4-5 February 2016, Women's College, University of Queensland, Brisbane
Conference papers and reference documents
2015 Annual Conference: Alternative Pathways to Outcomes in Native Title Anthropology
Jointly convened by the CNTA and Native Title Services Victoria
12th-13th February 2015, University of Melbourne, Melbourne
- Introduction - Nicolas Peterson, Director, Centre for Native Title Anthropology, Australian National University
- Opening Address - Justice Michael Barker, Federal Court of Australia
- You still need to get your feet wet: anthropology across the Rubicon - Tim Pilbrow, Native Title Services Victoria
- Issues, Strategies, and Outcomes - Negotiating the Noongar Native Title Settlement - Bill Lawrie, Consultant
- Imagining the Indigenous Land Owner: a history of sympathetic speculation since 1966 - Tim Rowse, Professorial Fellow, University of Western Sydney (For a copy of the paper please contact Professor Rowse)
- Coal seam gas, native title and Indigenous Land Use Agreements in southern Queensland - Kim de Rijke, Lecturer in Anthropology, University of Queensland
- Trends in business- Indigenous engagement - Jessica Jeeves, Director of Policy, Business Council of Australia