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Submissions from 2022

Regeneration time: Ancient wisdom for planetary wellbeing, Anne Poelina, Sandra Wooltorton, Mindy Blaise, Catrina Luz Aniere, Pierre Horwitz, Peta J. White, and Stephen Muecke

Voicing rivers, Sandra Wooltorton, Laurie Guimond, Peter Reason, Anne Poelina, and Pierre Horwitz

Submissions from 2021

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Aboriginal student engagement and success in Kimberley tertiary education, John Guenther, Anna Dwyer, Sandra Wooltorton, and Judith Wilks

Rethinking the use of 'vulnerable', Stephanie C. Munari, Alyce N. Wilson, Ngaree J. Blow, Caroline S.E Homer, and Jeanette Ward

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Renewable energy development on the Indigenous Estate: Free, prior and informed consent and best practice in agreement-making in Australia, Lily O'Neill, Kathryn Thorburn, Bradley Riley, Ganur Maynard, Esme Shirlow, and Janet Hunt

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Hydropoetics: The rewor(l)ding of rivers, John Ryan

Submissions from 2020

The first Australian plant foods at Madjedbebe, 65,000–53,000 years ago, S Anna Florin, Andrew S. Fairbairn, May Nango, Djaykuk Djandjomerr, Ben Marwick, Richard Fullagar, Mike Smith, Lynley A. Wallis, and Chris Clarkson

Réactions à la pandémie de la COVID-19 dans les communautés aborigènes de la région des Kimberley en Australie-Occidentale, Melissa Marshall, Sandra Wooltorton, Kate Golson, Anna Dwyer, Gillian Kennedy, Uweinna Albert, Maria Morgan, Laurie Guimond, Anne Poelina, and Patrick Sullivan

Process evaluation of an implementation trial to improve the triage, treatment and transfer of stroke patients in emergency departments (T3 trial): A qualitative study, Elizabeth McInnes, Simeon Dale, Louise Craig, Rosemary Phillips, Oyebola Fasugba, Verena Schadewaldt, N. Wah Cheung, Dominique A. Cadilhac, Jeremy M. Grimshaw, Chris Levi, Julie Considine, Patrick McElduff, Richard Gerraty, Mark Fitzgerald, Jeanette Ward, Catherine D'Este, and Sandy Middleton

Feeling and hearing country, Anne Poelina, Sandra Wooltorton, Sandra Harben, Len Collard, Pierre Horwitz, and David Palmer

Communicable disease outbreaks: Contact tracing, Jeanette E. Ward

Communicable disease outbreaks: Describing an epidemic, Jeanette E. Ward

Communicable disease outbreaks: Ethics in an outbreak, Jeanette E. Ward

Communicable disease outbreaks: The bigger picture, Jeanette E. Ward

Communicable disease outbreaks: What is a case?, Jeanette E. Ward

'We got a different way of learning' A message to the sector from Aboriginal students living and studying in remote communities, Judith Wilks, Anna Dwyer, Sandra Wooltorton, and John Guenther

Book Review: Australian Wetland Cultures: Swamps and the Environmental Crisis, Sandra Wooltorton and Len Collard

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Sharing a place-based indigenous methodology and learnings, Sandra Wooltorton, Len Collard, Pierre Horwitz, Anne Poelina, and David Palmer

Becoming family with place, Sandra Wooltorton, Anne Poelina, Len Collard, Pierre Horwitz, Sandra Harben, and David Palmer

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Learning cycles: Enriching ways of knowing place, Sandra Wooltorton, Peta White, Marilyn Palmer, and Len Collard

Submissions from 2019

The Nguudu Barndimanmanha Project - Improving social and emotional wellbeing in Aboriginal youth through equine assisted learning, Juli Coffin

Indigenous rock art tourism in Australia: Contexts, trajectories, and multifaceted realities, Noelene A. Cole and Lynley A. Wallis

Review of Aboriginal child health services in remote Western Australia identifies challenges and informs solutions, Philippa J. Dossetor, Kathryn Thorburn, June Oscar, Maureen Carter, James Fitzpatrick, Carol Bower, John Boulton, Emily Fitzpatrick, Jane Latimer, Elizabeth J. Elliott, and Alexandra L.C Martiniuk

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‘Food as Commons’ within an Australian Aboriginal context, Anne Jennings

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'Growing' food and community in the remote Kimberley region, Anne Jennings

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Living water: Groundwater and wetlands in Gnangara, Noongar boodjar, Sandra Wooltorton, Len Collard, and Pierre Horwitz

Submissions from 2017

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Case Studies of Training Advantage for Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Learners. Support Document., John Guenther, Melodie Bat, Anne Stephens, Janet Skewes, Bob Boughton, Frances Williamson, Sandra Wooltorton, Melissa Marshall, and Anna Dwyer

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Enhancing Training Advantage for Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Learners. Research Report., John Guenther, Melodie Bat, Anne Stephens, Janet Skewes, Bob Boughton, Frances Williamson, Sandra Wooltorton, Melissa Marshall, and Anna Dwyer

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Embodying our future through collaboration: The change is in the doing, M Palmer, P White, and S Wooltorton

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The land still speaks: Ni, katitj!, Sandra Wooltorton, Len Collard, and Pierre Horwitz