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Sally Babidge

The enigma of a watershed in resource contestation

Georgia Curran

Associations Amongst Aboriginal People, Landscapes, Species and Ancestral beings: Examples from contemporary Warlpiri songs and rituals

Ella Dilkes-Frayne

Who, what and how? Examining how youth party drug use is co-­‐produced by a diverse range of actors

Ute Eickelkamp

Nature as History: Moscovici and the Aboriginalists

Luis Fernando Angosto Ferrández

Cosmopolitics, neoliberalism and capitalist earth-beings: Some reflections before we go (even further away) beyond ‘modern politics’

Natasha Fijn

Encountering Animals through a cross-cultural lens

Lucy Fiske

We Are Human. Detained refugees struggle for recognition as human.

Don Gardner

Post-Geertzian anthropology as a vocation: Ruling illusions and making the difference

Alex Gearin

Cosmological metamorphosis and the individual’s universe: ayahuasca healing in the Amazon and Australia

Aaron Hart

Alcohol: Ethnography of an Actant

Ben Hegarty

Images and power: race and the civil imagination in Indonesia

Christopher Howard

Differing the anthropos: towards an an anthro-de-centred anthropology

Cynthia Hunter

A new turn in a post-human world: Cross-species disease transmission

Sebastian Job

DMT Entities and Ecocide: Debilitating Distraction or Necessary Engagement?

Ian Keen

The constitutive role of language in sociality

Grant McCall

Agency and consciousness: Mana’uhakapiri on Rapanui

Fiona McKeague

Walking which way? The displaced story of ‘minimal’ impact bushwalking in Australia.

Zevic Mishor

The Show Must Go On: A Functional Analysis of Selected Jewish Religious Practices as Mediators of Cultural Transmission

Lorraine Mortimer

What Would a Man Be Without an Elephant, a Cat, a Lily…, or Strudel?

John Morton

Biology and Anthropology: Amazonia, Aboriginal Australia and ‘The West’

Stephen Muecke

Fattening Ontologies in the Field

Gillian Paxton

Companion species and urban ecology in Brisbane

Robbie Peters

Pigeons, post-colonialism and the struggle for life in the city

Geir Henning Presterudstuen

Life in the Age of Cyborgs – or, the political production of post-humans

Ryan Schram

What the world eats: Rethinking oikos as a feature of human species being

Jill Sweeney

Uncertain Human: the role of the non-human in producing knowledge

David Trigger

Persons, Objects and Things: Anthropology’s necessary anthropocentrism

Thom van Dooren

Living with crows: Conservation in haunted landscapes

Eve Vincent

Where dogs reign: relations of subordination, degradation and admiration

Carsten Wergin

Nature, Culture, Tourism (maybe), but No Gas: An Environmental Ethnography of Conflicts over Country on the Kimberley Coast

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