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Ethnography & the Production of Anthropological Knowledge: Essays in honour of Nicolas Peterson

Appendix 1

Graduate students supervised by Professor Peterson

Table A1 PhD theses

Name

Year submitted

Thesis title

BROOKS, D.

Forthcoming

Desert land tenure in Australia

FOSTER, R.

Forthcoming

Health in an Aboriginal community

HANSEN, K.

Forthcoming

Sami in Norway

KINCH, J.

Forthcoming

Customary marine tenure in Papua New Guinea

LEMARSENY, S.

Forthcoming

Impact of the Family Responsibility Commission in Cape York

MURPHY, K.

Forthcoming

Impact of the border on people of Buzi, southern Papua New Guinea

STOLTE, G.

Forthcoming

Art and Aboriginal identity

WOHLAN, C.

Forthcoming

Aboriginal homesteading on the Dampier Peninsula

SEGI, S.

2010

Pinning our hope on the seas: conservation, exploitation and struggle in a Philippine fishing village

CURRAN, G.

2010

Contemporary ritual practice in an Aboriginal settlement: the Warlpiri Kurdiji ceremony

MARKHAM, A.

2010

Competing interests: co-management, Aborigines and national parks in Australia’s Northern Territory

ONO, A.

2007

Pentecostalism among the Bundjalung revisited: the rejection of culture by Aboriginal Christians in northern New South Wales, Australia

BARBER, M.

2005

Where the clouds stand: Australian Aboriginal relationships to water, place and the marine environment in Blue Mud Bay, Northern Territory

KWOK, N.

2005

‘Owning’ a marginal identity: shame and resistance in an Aboriginal community [rewriting portions as required by examiners]

SATHRE, E.

2004

Everyday illness: discourse, action and experience in the Australian desert

MUSHARBASH, Y.

2003

Warlpiri sociality: an ethnography of the spatial and temporal dimensions of everyday life in a central Australian Aboriginal settlement

FISHER, L.

2002

Pioneers, settlers, aliens and exiles: the decolonisation of white identity in Zimbabwe

ELIAS, D.

2001

Golden dreams: people, place and mining in the Tanami Desert

PUTT, J.

2001

Aboriginal youth and outback justice: local knowledge of difference

DAVIS, R.

1999

Epochal bodies and gendered time: engagement and transformation in Saibaian (Torres Strait) masculinity

TAMURA, K.

1999

Border crossings: Japanese war brides and their selfhood

THOMAS, M.

1996

Place, memory and identity in the Vietnamese diaspora

VA’A, L.

1995

Fa’a-Samoa: continuities and change. A study of Samoan migration in Australia

MARTIN, D.

1993

Autonomy and relatedness

FINLAYSON, J.

1991

Autonomy and dependence in an urban Aboriginal community

MOIZO, B.

1991

We all one mob but different: groups, grouping and identity in a Kimberley Aboriginal village

SCHWAB, J.

1991

The ‘Blackfella way’: ideology and practice in an urban Aboriginal community

SULLIVAN, P.

1990

All free man now: culture and post-colonialism in the Kimberley Division, north-western Australia

VAN MEIJL, T.

1990

Political paradoxes and timeless traditions: ideology and development among the Tainui Maori, New Zealand

DUSSART, F.

1989

Warlpiri women’s Yawulyu ceremonies

SIBTHORPE, B.

1989

‘All our people are dying’: diet and stress in an urban Aboriginal community

GOMES, A.

1986

Looking for money: simple commodity production in the economy of the Tapah Semai of Malaysia

MORTON, J.

1985

Sustaining desire: a structuralist interpretation of myth and male cult in central Australia

ALTMAN, J.

1982

Hunter-gatherers and the state: the economic anthropology of the Gunwinggu of north Australia

CROMWELL, L.

1982

Towards an anthropology of idiom

BELL, D.

1981

Daughters of the dreaming

KEEN, I.

1978

One ceremony, one song

MEEHAN, B.

1976

Shell bed to shell midden

Table A2 MA theses

Name

Year submitted

Thesis title

PHUNTSHO, T.

Forthcoming

Place of archery in Bhutanese social life

PENJORE, D.

2007

A preliminary ethnography of a village in central Bhutan with particular reference to Bomena, a traditional courtship custom

BRYSON, I.

1998

Bringing to light: a history of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies film unit

WATSON, C.

1996

Kuruwarri, the generative force: Balgo women’s contemporary paintings and their relationship to traditional media

NIBLETT, M.

1992

Text and context: some issues in Warlpiri ethnography

WEST, M.

1990

Art for money’s sake: the art and craft enterprises on Bathurst Island

BRADY, M.

1987

Dealing with disorder: strategies of accommodation among the southern Pitjantjatjara, Australia

ELDER, D.

1987

The social construction of Aboriginal fringe dwellers

TAMURA, K.

1985

The craft industry and women in Ernabella

CARTER, J. (now FINLAYSON, J.)

1984

Aboriginality: the affirmation of cultural identity

HILL, M.

1981

Aborigines are smart

VON STURMER, D. (now SMITH, D. E.)

1980

Rights in nurturing: the social relations of childbearing and rearing among the Kugu-Nganychara, western Cape York Peninsula, Australia

KAUFMAN, P.

1978

The new Aborigines: the politics of tradition in the Groote Eylandt area of Arnhem Land


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