Authors

Authors and papers

This page lists all the accepted papers by author. Click on a panel reference to see the panel page and paper details.

AuthorPaperPanel
Abbott, HelenMoris ho tasi - living with the sea on Atauro Island, East TimorP22
Acciaioli, GregoryFishy business: how introduction of an invasive species initiated and then reversed migrant dominance at Lindu, Central Sulawesi (Indonesia)P03
Adler, ViktoriaExperiences of 'being different'P05
Allen, LindyReturning ngarritjbal (bones) to Arnhem LandP12
Ambelye, ImeldaDying out of place: bodies, borders and bereavement among Papua New Guinea HighlandersP06
Anderson, EstherBackpacker deaths in Australia: narratives of victimhood, blame, and mythologisationP06
Archer, BenjaminSurviving the coming frost: how precarious identities are managed through game making and place by Vancouver Indie GamersP23
Arnold, MichaelDisposal of the dead: beyond burial and cremationP14
Arnold, MichaelEmbracing and distancing the materiality of death through cremationP19
Asche, WendyDismissing development across West and East TimorP03
Ashmore, LouiseThe changing role of film in documenting language life, danger and deathP33
Askland, Hedda HaugenLet’s ‘have a chat’: desiccated conversations in a dying villageP21
Awom, Iriano Yedija PetrusCognitive Poetic Analysis Of Metaphorical Expression As Hidden Transcript In Two Selected Biaknese Lyrics By Arnold Ap and Sam KapisaP27
Babidge, SallyThe savagery of 'making relations'P21
Baldassar, LorettaFrom social death to digital kinning: the transformative impact of new media on the transnational support networks of older people in life and deathP06
Betz, ElisabethSupporting young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' healing from inter-generational traumaP01
Betz, StephanieHaunting images: social memories of terrorism and oppression among video game fansP18
Borthwick, MeheroseFashioning style and tradition in IndiaP05
Brekelmans, AlanaTimelines, temporalities, and re-living place in an Australian outback community: an anthropology of presence and absenceP18
Bright, DamienDoes anything dive? Against diving as method for the AnthropoceneP22
Broadfield, KirstieThe State vs homo sacer: necropolitics in the criminal justice systemP05
Brown, DavidPostmodern fantasies of governmentP11
Burke, Laura‘Reaping' the demographic dividend: examining reproduction and population logics in post-conflict Timor-LesteP31
Butt, LeslieUnsovereign births: mobility and loss among professional Indonesian mothers in Singapore and AustraliaP31
Buttacavoli, MatthewA brief introduction to panic in the AnthropoceneP28
Byrne, JoanneIn the company of mothers: reflections on fieldwork with 'Mumpreneurs'P05
Chambers, Justine"To be faithful is to be Karen": deconstructing narratives of the precarious Karen migrant in ThailandP08
Chambers, PaulInstability in the Matrix: Posthuman Disruptions in MeatspaceP11
Chao, SophieDeadly life: the ontology of oil palm from Marind perspectivesP27
Ciucci, LucaLanguage endangerment and revitalization in the Ignaciano dialect of ChiquitanoP33
Clavijo Poveda, JairoA genealogy of the pleasurable experience in industrial capitalism in the nineteenth century. Dorian Gray and aristocratic hedonismP23
Cody, SachaEmotional work: Chinese Corporate Personhood in the WestP23
Coldrick, Bryn"But if they keep digging deep down they might find something": the heritage consultative meeting, performing heritage and sustaining livelihoodsP04
Colon-Cabrera, DavidThe role of intersectionality and reflexivity in community health clinic researchP07
Cox, HenryGrave danger and infernal paradise: pejorative power and the psychedelicsP32
Dahlgren, KariThe moral case for coal: the ordinary ethics of complicity amongst Australian pro-coal lobbyistsP21
Dalley, CameoContingent belonging: the mundane vernaculars of making do in remote AustraliaP08
Damaledo, AndreyDead in exile: negotiating belonging across bordersP25
Daniels, JudithHow anthropology may drive the investigation of context and interpretation of the psychedelic experience P32
Darwish, SiadThe emperor's new time: authoritarianism, revolution and the temporality of waste in TunisiaC01
Dawson, AndrewDeath by FordP23
de Rijke, KimExtraction, environmentalism and intra-Indigenous disputation in Central QueenslandP29
Debowski, JamesOccupying 'enterprise': the radical appropriation of entrepreneurshipP02
DeFillipo, CassieLife in an age of the death of patriarchy? The negotiation of gendered identities through sexual decision-making in Northern ThailandP05
Dennis, SimonePut some music on: listening to the radio in the carP09
Dick, ThomasThe Sonics of Sovereignty ...P27
Eickelkamp, UteAfternessC01
Evans, BenjaminAnthropology's meta-problematic: approaching post-human assemblages with Gabriel MarcelP11
Faithfull, AnneThe matter of death: hair samples in museum collectionsP12
Fay, DerickTheorising post-settlement litigation in South African land restitutionP29
Finis, KennethIntersubjectivity and the interpretation of intergenerational trauma: case studies from CambodiaP01
Fitzgerald, Lisa'HIV is the least of my worries': social death by neglect in people living long term with HIV in Queensland AustraliaP30
Ford, LeelaEngaging feminist martyrdom: discourses of life, death and agency in the self-produced media of Kurdish 'Women's Protection Units' (YPJ)P05
Fors, VaikeHow do we learn to know a self-driving car? A pedagogical design anthropology approach to human - technology interactionP09
Fors, VaikeTrust in self driving carsP09
Fuller, Sascha'No buffalo!': work at stake in Nepal's transformation to 'modernity'P03
Gertz, JanineEconomic value & cultural values: identifying and organising as Gugu Badhun Nation through economic developmentP02
Gibbs, MartinDisposal of the dead: beyond burial and cremationP14
Giles, DavidThrowing away one's cake and eating it too: food waste, reclamation, and the aspirational futures of late Anthropocene capitalismP14
Giunta, KatherineEnfleshing Femininities: Being Queer and Femme in SydneyP19
Glade-Wright, RobynPanic the Anthropocene and the artsP28
Goddard, MichaelThe orthography of identity: signs of revitalization among the Koita of Papua New Guinea?P33
Gonzalez, Sandra"Problems that make you feel powerless": challenging biopsychiatry's notion of trauma in the Hearing Voices NetworkP01
Gould, HannahFrom a 'good death' to a 'calm heart': Buddhist retailing and self-care in contemporary JapanP23
Graham, EmilyChronic suffering as a way of lifeP01
Greenfield, SharonAn anthropology of place and grief experienceP12
Grenfell, DamianMultivalent death: understanding the significance of death for the still living in Timor-LesteP25
Gressier, CatieWorkers in flesh: farmers, hunters and intimate killingP19
Grice, JacobDungeon mums and drag queens: personhood in Sydney's queer gaming communitiesP05
Guenther, JasminThe past in the present: the visibility of eighteenth century Polynesian artefacts in Tahiti todayP12
Guinness, PatrickOil palm, cocoa and socio-cultural change in PNG and IndonesiaP03
Haddon, MalcolmMy life in a death cult; or, Accruing flextime for the end times: an insider's account of the final days of the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) bureaucracyC01
Halder, RumelRevisiting "death" in post-colonial Myanmar from experiences of Rohingya Refugees in BangladeshP06
Hallam, ElizabethDisposal of the dead: beyond burial and cremationP14
Hasan, Mohammad TareqSecuritisation of urban landscape in Dhaka: precarity, elitisation, and the emergence of graded sovereigntyP20
Hastings, Aqua"Because so many people feel abandoned or they become somebody who is socially soundless": how healers in a remote Australian town are addressing social deathP30
Hemer, SusanRemembering, reclaiming and reinventing Sister Elizabeth Crouch: pioneer nurse in the PNG HighlandsP12
Henry, RositaDying out of place: bodies, borders and bereavement among Papua New Guinea HighlandersP06
Heyman, Leith"Don't be stupid, your body can't attack itself": navigating the paradox of autoimmunityP19
Higginbotham, MichelleAnti-capitalist activism in Madrid: challenges of urban ethnographyP02
Hinkson, MelindaMemory work as the future of ontological anchorageC01
Holmes, TassExtra! 'Mutant chimera in scrubs escapes from the ER!'P23
Howard, Chris'HIV is the least of my worries': social death by neglect in people living long term with HIV in Queensland AustraliaP30
Ihar, ZsuzsannaWeathering powers, weathered bodies: an examination of disability and 'ecological ableism' in the era of climate changeP20
Irwin, RandiCredit lines: permanence or possibility for Saharawi refugeesC01
Jackson, SharmaineTaking the street mainstream: the power of performance to alter social inequalitiesP04
Jacques, CarmenThe impacts of terrorism: five conversations exploring how violence affects the everyday lives of ordinary peopleP01
Jagtenberg, HannaTraumatised by the fear of violent crime: secondary trauma amongst Afrikaner immigrants in AustraliaP01
Jamieson, AliciaKeeping culture in the digital ageP18
Jungaberle, HenrikHow anthropology may drive the investigation of context and interpretation of the psychedelic experience P32
Kapferer, RolandSensory Deprivation Tanks: Capitalism's dark transcendence of the sensory-motor schemaP23
Katmo, Els Tieneke RiekeReproductive sovereignty and caesarean avoidance in West PapuaP31
Katmo, Els Tieneke RiekeReproduction and Colonialism among Kamoro in West PapuaP31
Kaur, Bhavneet Metonymies of memory: re-tracing the remnants of time in Downtown Srinagar, KashmirP18
Keam, SamsonEternal flow: irrigation and memory-making in Polonnaruwa District, Sri LankaP18
Kerr, GiorgiaMulti-sited meaning-making, alienation, and (bio)value in genetic testing for Huntington's disease: a methodological critique of medical anthropologyP05
Kimmey, RoyDoes anything dive? Against diving as method for the AnthropoceneP22
Kirksey, EbenAffirmative Indigenous biopolitics in West PapuaP27
Kohn, TamaraDisposal of the dead: beyond burial and cremationP14
Lazuardi, ElanNavigating local systems to stay alive: a study of engagement with HIV care in an era of decentralised healthcare in IndonesiaP30
Leenders, XavierNegotiating memories in material culture: the case of a refugee vessel, a tuna boat, and a museum collection objectP18
LeMonde, JuliaHuman reproduction: interrogating Australia's No Jab, No Pay and No Jab, No Play vaccination policiesP31
Lim, CherylIslam and organ donation in SingaporeP05
Lindgren, ThomasMixing drive-along ethnography and WOz testing on public roads: the example of control hand-over experienceP09
Lindgren, ThomasHow do we learn to know a self-driving car? A pedagogical design anthropology approach to human - technology interactionP09
Lindgren, ThomasTrust in self driving carsP09
Long, DebbiFirst deaths: doctors experiences of their first patient who diedP07
Lording, RosSupporting young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' healing from inter-generational traumaP01
Magowan, FionaMusic, marginality and resilience: performing heritage as adaptive strategyP04
Martin, RichardExtraction, environmentalism and intra-Indigenous disputation in Central QueenslandP29
McDonald, Edward"But if they keep digging deep down they might find something": the heritage consultative meeting, performing heritage and sustaining livelihoodsP04
McDougall, DebraPreserving language or empowering people: the Kulu Language Institute of RanonggaP33
McInneny, AnthonyLife and death in a place-non-placeP09
McLeod, JasonThe Sonics of Sovereignty ...P27
McWilliam, AndrewDeath and reciprocity in East TimorP25
Meher, MythilyUses of hope at the ends of lifeP07
Merlan, FrancescaLocal-language acquisition and social transformation in the Western Highlands of Papua New GuineaP33
Morgain, RachelSlow grieving, moral panic and denial amidst the sixth mass extinctionP28
Munro, JennyReproductive sovereignty and caesarean avoidance in West PapuaP31
Mutch, Allyson'HIV is the least of my worries': social death by neglect in people living long term with HIV in Queensland AustraliaP30
Neale, TimothyMoney to burn?: revitalisation and experimentation in contemporary Aboriginal fire managementP03
Ospina Deaza, Juan CamiloA genealogy of the pleasurable experience in industrial capitalism in the nineteenth century. Dorian Gray and aristocratic hedonismP23
Osz, KatalinMixing drive-along ethnography and WOz testing on public roads: the example of control hand-over experienceP09
Osz, KatalinTrust in self driving carsP09
Pavlotski, AlexFrom trauma to breakthrough: conceptualizing trauma as a learning process in anthropologyP01
Petray, TheresaEconomic value & cultural values: identifying and organising as Gugu Badhun Nation through economic developmentP02
Phillips, MatthewSensory Deprivation Tanks: Capitalism's dark transcendence of the sensory-motor schemaP23
Phillips, MatthewThe bush doof, EDM and the psychedelics of the time-image.P32
Pilbrow, TimothyThe integrative value of conflict and dispute: implications for defining community in the native title contextP29
Pini, SarahResisting the 'patient' body of the biomedical model: a performative accountP05
Pink, SarahHow do we learn to know a self-driving car? A pedagogical design anthropology approach to human - technology interactionP09
Pink, SarahTrust in self driving carsP09
Pocock, CelmaraKeeping unhappy memories alive: Aboriginal camps in SW QueenslandP12
Prunotto, AlessandraHorizonal phenomena: technological mediations of geocaching experienceP05
Puszka, StefanieMoral economies of healthcare: contested forms of value in Darwin renal servicesP30
Quilty, EmmaIngesting ancestors: witchy practices of honouring the deadP25
Raats, KasparMixing drive-along ethnography and WOz testing on public roads: the example of control hand-over experienceP09
Raats, KasparTrust in self driving carsP09
Ramos, ManuelInto the eye of the Road Safety storm: a eye(and ear)witness accountP09
Rapport, NigelOn the coach on the road on the porters' annual day out: More of the sameP09
Reardon-Smith, MardiEntering a research-saturated space: beginning ethnographic research as a PhD student in Cape York PeninsulaP24
Reid, SusanI want to be a good predator (a reckoning with kin waste)P19
Reid, Susan... my carbon other soaks with oceanP22
Rial, CarmenTrenchtown: reuse and self-built in an ecological ethosP14
Roche, GeraldLanguage survivance: holding (onto) your tongue in times of warP33
Rodd, RobinEmergency art, memory museums and the banality of evilP20
Romano, Diana'Another man's country': diasporic burials and the rights of the living and the dead in Cape York PeninsulaP06
Rumbewas, HenkCognitive Poetic Analysis Of Metaphorical Expression As Hidden Transcript In Two Selected Biaknese Lyrics By Arnold Ap and Sam KapisaP27
Rumsey, AlanLocal-language acquisition and social transformation in the Western Highlands of Papua New GuineaP33
Sánchez Prieto, ValeriaA genealogy of the pleasurable experience in industrial capitalism in the nineteenth century. Dorian Gray and aristocratic hedonismP23
Sear, Cynthia"It just feels amazing, like pure joy!": emotion and the serial entrants of promotional competitionsP23
Sedlenieks, KlavsPhantom rebellion: recruitment of the dead to align with the state in a Montenegrin villageP18
Shams, SharminaRevisiting "death" in post-colonial Myanmar from experiences of Rohingya Refugees in BangladeshP06
Shorland, JoannaRehabilitation socialitiesP07
Smith, JenniferBlood, sweat, (tears) and death: opening the black box between paddock and plateP19
Stariwat, JoryYuuyaraq, a Yup'ik ontology of permanence in Southwest Alaska: exploring the coordination of Indigenous-driven capitalist strategies, Native Corporations, and the "subsistence way of life"P08
Stefanoff, LisaTime travels: how Australian Indigenous screen survivance has found its ways through trauma to 'radical hope', and beyondC01
Suartina, TineFunctioning customary law for survival : adaptation and resistance in Kasepuhan Ciptagelar, Sukabumi District, West JavaP04
Sudana, Traci"Lacks integrity and authenticity": trade, trading and uncomfortable encounters between heritage, globalisation and livelihood in JakartaP04
Sumule, AgusBeyond subsistence affluence: the challenge for food security among the Asmats of West PapuaP27
Sutarsa, I NyomanCreating health inequity: political construction of statistical reality and institutional barriers to access to health services in Bali Province, IndonesiaP30
Thal, SaschaHow anthropology may drive the investigation of context and interpretation of the psychedelic experience P32
Theobald, Simon"Iranian, buying foreign goods is treason!" Prestige and the struggle for a life beyond precarity in the Islamic Republic of IranP08
Thurman, JoanneAt the tip or at home: living with waste on a remote communityP14
Tomonaga, YugoDisputation after the Yorta Yorta Native title caseP29
Van Heekeren, DeborahWords that move: the case for an ethnography of poetics in Melanesian anthropologyP33
Varley, JennaReducing existentialism: psychedelic-assisted therapy for anxiety and depression in the face of deathP32
Vecchiet, BenTraversing Serendip - anthropological considerations from the pilgrimage routes of Sri LankaP08
Vokes, RichardPlanetary (and post-planetary) futures in the 'shit soup' of AntarcticaP14
Warren, NarelleExperiential tensions: language, trauma and amputationP07
Wergin, CarstenThe ethics of entanglement: thinking Australian extractivism in transcultural termsP21
West, CatherineThe politics of forgetting in Colombo, Sri LankaP18
Wetipo, MekiReproductive sovereignty and caesarean avoidance in West PapuaP31
Whalley, AndrewTransformation through crisis: the role of drug overdoses and overdose response in reshaping relationships, dissolving stigma, and reconfiguring placeP25
White, BruceFrom the shadows of the law: positively re-conceiving fission as frictionP29
Whittaker, Andrea'HIV is the least of my worries': social death by neglect in people living long term with HIV in Queensland AustraliaP30
Wilding, RaeleneFrom social death to digital kinning: the transformative impact of new media on the transnational support networks of older people in life and deathP06
Wolff, MarkNature, destruction and the sublime -- beyond panic and despairP28
Worsoe, HanneReconsidering precarity: an intersectional examination of precarity in the wake of Australian asylum-seeker policyP20
Xianyu, ZhangConfidence as life-long cultural capital: children's on-stage performances in parents' eyesP05
Young, DianaWho's afraid of the Anthropology Museum?P12
Zárate Luengas, Liz DayannaA genealogy of the pleasurable experience in industrial capitalism in the nineteenth century. Dorian Gray and aristocratic hedonismP23