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Publishers Wiley InterScience have made available a handful of pretty interesting papers, which concentrate on anthropological studies in Australia and neighbouring Asia, and are listed as follows:

“They Always Seem to be Angry”: The Cronulla Riot and the Civilising Pleasures of the Sun
Andrew Lattas

 

Materialising Oceania: New Ethnographies of Things in Melanesia and Polynesia
Joshua A. Bell & Haidy Geismar

Syncretism or Sychronicity? Remapping the Yolngu Feel of Place
Fiona Magowan

Cruising: “Moral Panic” and the Cronulla Riot
Judy Lattas

Sickening Bodies: How Racism and Essentialism Feature in Aboriginal Women’s Discourse about Health
Dundi Mitchell

The spiritual commons: Some Immaterial Aspects of Community Economies in Eastern Indonesia
Andrew McWilliam

The Australian Dominative Medical System: A Reflection of Social Relations in the Larger Society
Hans Baer

Surfies versus Westies: Kinship, Mateship and Sexuality in the Cronulla Riot
Anthony Redmond

The Photograph and the Malanggan: Rethinking images on Malakula, Vanuatu
Haidy Geismar

Documenting discontent: Struggles for Recognition in the Purari Delta of Papua New Guinea
Joshua A. Bell

see also: The Australian Journal of Anthropology

image ( Western Solomons war canoe being launched at Chubikopi, Marovo Lagoon, in 1991) from: Materialising Oceania: New Ethnographies of Things in Melanesia and Polynesia

 

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