Centre for Australian Studies

Publications

Publications 2017-08-31T12:29:00+00:00

2017

Wergin, C. 2017. “The ‘White Magic’ of Modernity: Retracing Indigenous Environmental Knowledge in Settler-Colonialist Australia.” Dürr, E. and A. Pascht (eds.) Environmental Transformations and Cultural Responses: Ontologies, Discourses and Practices in Oceania. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 157-185. [link]

2016

Wergin, C. 2016. “Dreamings Beyond “Opportunity”: The Collaborative Economics of an Aboriginal Heritage Trail”. Journal of Cultural Economy 9 / 5: 488-506. [link]

2015

James, B. 2015. “The Language of Spiritual Power: From Mana to Märr on the Crocodile Islands.” Toner, P. G. (ed) Strings of Connectedness: Essays in Honour of Ian Keen.  ANU Press Canberra. A.C.T.

James, B et-al, 2015. “Singing Songs of Country: Practical Pathways and Confidence Building for Higher Learning” NAILSMA eNews update 18 December 2015 [link]

James, B et-al, 2015. “Coastal Livelihoods, Inter­Tidal Zones, Shellfish and the Future” NAILSMA eNews update 29th July 2015

2014

Baymarrwaŋa, L. and B. James. 2014. Yan-nhaŋu Atlas and Illustrated Dictionary of the Crocodile Islands. Tien wah press, Singapore & Sydney Australia.

Baymarrwaŋa, L.; James, B. and Lydon, J. 2014. ‘The Myalls’ Ultimatum’: Photography and the Yolngu in Eastern Arnhem Land, 1917 in J. Lydon (ed) Calling the Shots: Aboriginal Photographies, (Canberra, ACT: Aboriginal Studies Press)

Muecke, S. and Wergin, C. 2014. “Intensifying the Tourist Experience: ‚Survenirs‘ at Daly Waters Pub”. Tourist Studies 14 / 3: 231-245. [link]

2012

Wergin, C. and S. Muecke. 2012. “Questions of Value: Tourism and the Resources Boom”. Australian Humanities Review 53. [link]

2011

James, B. 2011. “Kantri liaf : Talking Culture on Country”. Yan-nhaŋu 6 (14-17) CDU Press, Darwin. N.T.

2009

James, B. 2009b. Limalama Maypal -Yan-nhaŋu Shellfish of the Crocodile Islands: Wuŋili mana Dhaŋany Maypalway Djorra Limalama Waŋgalaŋabu – An Introductory Handbook for Identifying Shellfish of the Crocodile Islands. NAILSMA Ltd. C.D.U. Darwin. N.T.

James, b. 2009c. Yan-nhangu Ecological Knowledge and Learning in the Crocodile Islands: How to enhance biological, cultural and linguistic diversity through developing links NAILSMA Ltd. C.D.U. Darwin. N.T.

2004

James, B, Mahney. T, Russell. B, Smit. N, 2004. Interactions between Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science in ‘North Australia Marine Indigenous Knowledge of Coastal Marine Life Biodiversity Survey. National Oceans Office, Northern Territory Government Press. Canberra, ACT: Australian National University.

2016

Jones, M.E., Apfelbach, R., Banks, P., Cameron, E., Dickman, C., Frank, A.S.K., MacLean, S., McGregor, I., Müller-Schwarze, D., Parsons, M., Sparrow, E., Blumstein, D.T. (2016). A nose for death: Integrating trophic and olfaction-based informational networks for conservation. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 4(124). DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2016.00124.

Frank, A.S.K., Carthey, A.J.R., Banks, P. (2016). Does historical coexistence with dingoes explain current avoidance of domestic dogs? Island bandicoots are naïve to dogs, unlike their mainland counterparts. PLOS ONE 11(9): e0161447. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0161447.

Frank, A.S.K., Wardle, G.M., Greenville, A.C., Dickman, C.R. (2016). Cattle removal in arid Australia benefits kangaroos in high quality habitat but does not affect camels. The Rangeland Journal 38(1), 73-84. DOI: 10.1071/RJ15039.

Stokeld, D., Frank, A., Hill, B., Low Choy, J., Mahney, T., Stevens, A., Young, S., Gillespie, R. (2016). Multiple cameras required to reliably detect feral cats in northern Australian tropical savanna: an evaluation of sampling design when using camera traps. Wildlife Research 42(8), 642-649. DOI:10.1071/WR15083.

2015

Lawes, M. J. Fisher, D. O., Johnson, C. N., Blomberg, S. P.,  Frank, A. S. K., Fritz, S. A., McCallum, H., VanDerWal, J., Abbott, B., Legge, S., Letnic, M., Thomas, C. R., Fisher, A., Gordon, I. J., Woinarski, J. Z., Kutt, A. (2015). Congruence in the causes of contemporary rodent declines in northern and southern Australia. PLoS ONE 10(6): e0130626. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0130626.

Wardle, G.M., Greenville, A., Frank, A.S.K., Tischler, M., Emery, N. Dickman, C.R. (2015): Ecosystem risk assessment of Georgina gidgee woodlands in central Australia (Qld, NT, SA). Austral Ecology 40: 444-459.

Ziembicki, M., Woinarski, J.C.Z. Webb, J.K., Vanderduys, E., Tuft, K., Smith, J., Ritchie, E. Reardon, T.B. Radford, I.J., Preece, N., Perry, J., Murphy, B., McGregor, H., Legge, S., Leahy, L., Lawes, M.J., Kanowski, J., Johnson, C.N., James, A., Griffiths, T., Gillespie, G., Frank, A.S.K., Fisher, A., Burbidge, A.A. (2015). Stemming the tide: progress towards resolving the causes of decline and implementing management responses for the disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia. Therya 6(1): 169-225.

Fisher, D.O., Johnson, C.N., Lawes, M.J., Fritz, S.A., McCallum, H., Blomberg, S.P., VanDerWal, J., Abbott, B., Frank, A., Legge, S., Letnic, M., Thomas, C.R., Fisher, A., Gordon, I.J., Kutt, A. (2015). Response to commentary by Woinarski (Critical-weight-range marsupials in northern Australia are declining: a commentary on Fisher et al. (2014) ‘The current decline of tropical marsupials in Australia: is history repeating?’). Global Ecology and Biogeography 24, 123-125.

2014

Frank, A.S.K., Johnson, C.N., Potts, J.M., Fisher, A., Lawes, M.J., Woinarski, C.Z., Tuft, K., Radford, I.J., Gordon, I.J., Collis, M.-A., Legge, S. (2014): Experimental evidence that feral cats cause local extirpation of small mammals in Australia’s tropical savannas. Journal of Applied Ecology 51(6), 1486-1493. DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12323.

Frank, A.S.K., Wardle, G.M., Dickman, C.R., Greenville, A.C. (2014). Habitat- and rainfall-dependent biodiversity responses to cattle removal in arid woodland-grassland environment. Ecological Applications 24(8), 2013-2028.

2013

Fisher, D.O., Johnson, C.N., Lawes, M.J., Fritz, S.A., McCallum, H., Blomberg, S.P., VanDerWal, J., Abbott, B., Frank, A., Legge, S., Letnic, M., Thomas, C.R., Fisher, A., Gordon, I.J., Kutt, A. (2013). The current decline of tropical marsupials in Australia: is history repeating? Global Ecology and Biogeography 23, 181-190. DOI: 10.1111/geb.12088.

Frank, A.S.K., Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M., Greenville, A. (2013). Interactions of grazing history, cattle removal and time since rain drive divergent responses by desert biota. PLoS ONE 8 (7): e68466. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0068466.

2012

Frank, A.S.K., Dickman, C.R., Wardle, G.M. (2012). Habitat use and behaviour of cattle in a heterogeneous desert environment in central Australia. The Rangeland Journal 34, 319-328.

2010

Frank, A. (2010). Grazing the desert channels: the cattle conundrum. In: Desert channels – the impulse to conserve, eds. Robin, L., Dickman, C. & M. Martin. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, p. 95.

2008

Frank, A., Dickman, C., Wardle, G. (2008): Responses of small mammals and lizards to cattle grazing and cattle removal in arid Australia. Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Conference of the Australian Rangeland Society “A climate of change in the Rangelands”, 28 Sep – 2 Oct 2008, Charters Towers, Queensland, pp. 1-4.

2005

Frank, A. and Soderquist, T. (2005): The importance of refuge habitat in the local conservation of stripe-faced dunnarts Sminthopsis macroura on arid rangelands. Australian Mammalogy 27: 75-79.

2016

BRAUN, B. & SONNENBURG, F. (2016): Australia’s Geography of Joblessness: Local Job Deficits and Public Policy in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. In: ADAIR, G. & SCHWARZ, A. (eds.), Postcolonial Justice in Australia – Reassessing the Fair Go, Trier (WVT) : 109 – 123.

BERNZEN, A. & P. KRISTIANSEN (2016): Challenges for Organic Agriculture in Australia: Getting a ‘Fair Go’ In: ADAIR, G. & A. SCHWARZ (eds.). Postcolonial Justice. Reassessing the Fair Go. KOALAS 12. Trier (WVT): 91-107.

PRELLER, B., AFFOLDERBACH, J., SCHULZ, C., FASTENRATH. S. & B. BRAUN (2016): Interactive Knowledge Generation in Urban Green Building Transitions. Professional Geographer. Published online: 22/08/2016.

2014

BERNZEN, A. (2014): Reassessing Supplier Reputation in International Trade Coordination. A German and Australian perspective of Global Organic Food Networks. ERDE 145(3):162-174.

BERNZEN, A. (2014): Global Food Trade Beyond the ‘Standards’ Debate. Conventions, Institutions and Uncertainties in Organic Food Imports to Germany and Australia. Dissertation, University of Cologne.

PRELLER, B., AFFOLDERBACH, J., SCHULZ, C., FASTENRATH. S. & B. BRAUN. (2014): Interaktive Transitionsforschung und Wissensgenerierung im Bereich nachhaltiges Bauen. Planung Neu Denken Online (2). Article accessible at pnd|online.

BERNZEN, A. & B. BRAUN (2014): Conventions in Cross-border Trade Coordination. The Case of Organic Food Imports to Germany and Australia. Environment and Planning A 46, 1244 – 1262, DOI: 10.1068/a46275.

SONNENBURG, F. (2014): Flughafenbezogene Immobilienentwicklung und Planungskonflikte: Eine Diskussion am Beispiel von Brisbane/Australien. Planung Neu Denken Online (1), article accessible at pnd|online.

SONNENBURG, F. & KOKOTT, D. (2014): “Tanz Terminal, tanz” – Flughäfen als Eventstandort. Geographische Rundschau 66(1), 35.

SONNENBURG, F. (2014): Australische Flughäfen als dynamische Wachstumszentren: Immobilien- und Beschäftigungsentwicklung. Geographische Rundschau 66(1), 36-44.

2013

BRAUN, B. (2013): Australien – moderne Dienstleistungsökonomie oder Rohstoffergänzungsraum? Diercke 360°1/2013, 8-11.

BERNZEN, A. (2013): Staatliche Regulierung von Bio-Standards – Fluch oder Segen für Handel und Vermarktung? Ein deutsch-australischer Vergleich. In: FRANZ, M. (ed.): Liefernetzwerke im Einzelhandel. Reihe Geographische Handelsforschung 18. Mannheim (Metagis Verlag): 37-60.

SONNENBURG, F. (2013): The Effects of Airports on Industrial and Commercial Property Development: The Case of Brisbane Airport. Zeitschrift für Australienstudien 27, 145-164.

2012

SEARLE,G. & B. BRAUN (2012): Neue Trends in der Stadtplanung und -entwicklung australischer Großstädte. Geographische Rundschau 64 (10), 12-19.

BERNZEN, A. & B. PRITCHARD (2012): Australien als Global Food Superpower? Landwirtschaft und Lebensmittelsektor Australiens im Wandel. Geographische Rundschau 63 (10), 20-28.

SONNENBURG, F. (2012): Wirtschaftsstruktur und Auswirkungen der Finanzkrise in Australien und Neuseeland. Geographische Rundschau 64(10), 48-49.

2010

BRAUN, B. (2010): Australien – ein verwundbarer Kontinent. In: ALTENDORF, U. & L. HERMES (eds.). Australien. Facetten eines Kontinents. Tübingen: Stauffenburg, 11-31.

BRAUN, B., BERNZEN, A. & A. SCHÜTTEMEYER (2010): Australien – ein Kontinent der Städte. Praxis Geographie 1/2010, 4-9.

2008

BRAUN, B. & A. SCHÜTTEMEYER (eds.). (2008): Australia Global. Australien im Prozess der Globalisierung. Tübingen (Stauffenburg).

BRAUN, B. (2008): Die Globalisierung und Australien – eine Einführung. In: BRAUN, B. & A. SCHÜTTEMEYER (eds.). Australia Global. Australien im Prozess der Globalisierung. Tübingen (Stauffenburg): 9-21.

BERNZEN, A. (2008): Australia’s food trade with East Asia – overcoming political and cultural barriers. In: BRAUN, B. & A. SCHÜTTEMEYER (eds.). Australien im Prozess der Globalisierung. KOALAS 8. Tübingen (Stauffenburg).

2007

BRAUN, B. (2007): Zwischen Asien und dem Westen: Australiens Wirtschaftsbeziehungen im Wandel. In: MÄCHTLE, B., GEBHARDT, H., SCHMID, H. & A. SIEGMUND (eds.). Der zirkumpazifische Raum – Risiken und Sicherheit in einer globalisierten Welt (=HGG Journal 21), Heidelberg (Heidelberger Geographische Gesellschaft): 5-19.

FASCHE, M. & B. BRAUN (2007): “We are Newtowners” – Place matters. Habitus, creative business services and gentrification in Inner Sydney. In: DOSE, G. & B. KUHLENBECK (eds.). Australia – Making space meaningful. Tübingen (Stauffenburg): 139-151.

2005

BRAUN, B. (2005): Australiens Bedeutung in der globalen Wirtschaft. Geographische Rundschau 57 (5), 4-11.

2004

BRAUN, B., KRAAS, F. & A. SCHÜTTEMEYER (2004): Sydney und Singapur – divergierende Entwicklungs- und Steuerungsstrategien im urbanen Konkurrenzgefüge. Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie 48 (3-4), 251-268.

BRAUN, B. & R. GROTZ (2004): Australiens Wirtschaftsbeziehungen mit Asien. In: PLATZ, N. (ed.). Zwischen Asien und dem Westen: Zur politischen, ökonomischen und kulturellen Orientierung Australiens. Tübingen: 81-104.

2002

BRAUN, B. (2002): Jüngere Trends der demographischen und sozialen Entwicklung Australiens. Newsletter der Gesellschaft für Australienstudien (GASt Newsletter) 16, 11-16.

BADER, R., BRAUN, B., & A. WIMMER (eds.). (2002): Vergangenheit und Zukunft in Australien: Australia’s Legacy of the Past. Tübingen.

BRAUN, B. (2002), The wide brown land – Regionalentwicklung in Australien zwischen Kontinuität und Wandel. In: BADER. R., BRAUN, B. & A. WIMMER (eds.). 207-228.

BRAUN, B. & R. GROTZ (2002). Die Wirtschaft Australiens. In: BADER, R. (ed.). Australien. Eine interdisziplinäre Einführung. 2nd edition. Trier: 163-203.

2001

BRAUN, B. & A. SCHÜTTEMEYER (2001), Sydney. In: BECKEL, L. (ed.). Megacities. The European Space Agency’s Contribution to a Better Understanding of a Global Challenge. Salzburg (Geospace-Verlag): 194-197.

BRAUN, B., GROTZ, R. & A. SCHÜTTEMEYER (2001): Von der flächenhaften zur verdichteten Stadt: Ansätze der nachhaltigen Stadtentwicklung in Sydney. Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen 145 (5), 56-65.

BERNZEN, A. (2001): Europeans and Aborigines in Australia. In: HILTSCHER, M. (ed.). Intermingling Fiction with Truth. Münster (Agenda Verlag).

2000

BRAUN, B. (2000): Wie grün sind Sydneys Grüne Spiele? Umweltaspekte der 27. Olympischen Sommerspiele. Zeitschrift für angewandte Umweltforschung (ZAU) 13(1/2), 196-209.

BRAUN, B. (2000): Sydney – Olympiastadt 2000. In: BADER, R. (ed.). Australien auf dem Weg ins 21. Jahrhundert. Bilanzen -Standortbestimmungen – Visionen. KOALAS 3, Tübingen: 269-292.

BRAUN,B. (2000): Sydney 2000 – Konzeption und stadtstrukturelle Auswirkungen der 27. Olympischen Sommerspiele. Geographische Rundschau 52 (3), 4-9.

BRAUN, B. (2000), Sydneys Grüne Olympische Spiele – eine kritische Bestandsaufnahme der Planungs- und Baumaßnahmen. Newsletter der Gesellschaft für Australien-Studien (GASt Newsletter) 14, 80-90.

1997

BRAUN, B. (1997): Sustainable development – ein realistisches Leitbild für Australien? In: STILZ, G., ed., Gold – Geld – Geltung. Ressourcen und Ziele der australischen Gesellschaft. KOALAS 1, Tübingen: 29-54.

1996

BRAUN, B. (1996): Neue Cities australischer Metropolen. Die Entstehung multifunktionaler Vorortzentren als Folge der Suburbanisierung. Bonner Geographische Abhandlungen 94, Bonn.

BRAUN, B. & R. GROTZ (1996): Die Wirtschaft Australiens im Überblick. In: BADER, R. (ed.). Australien. Eine interdisziplinäre Einführung. Trier: 39-74.

1995

BRAUN, B. (1995): Neue Urbanität durch Tourismus: Regionalwirtschaftliche und städtebauliche Konsequenzen des Fremdenverkehrs in Australien. In: STILZ, G. (ed.). Australienreisen. Von der Expedition zum Tourismus. Bern, Frankfurt: 21-41.

BRAUN, B. (1995): Suburbia in Australien. Funktionaler und struktureller Wandel der Vorstädte australischer Metropolen. Geographische Rundschau 47, 660-667.

1993

GROTZ, R. & B. BRAUN (1993): Australien: Eine moderne Wirtschaftskolonie? In: STILZ, G. & R. BADER (eds.)., Australien zwischen Asien und Europa. Bern, Frankfurt: 1-28.

2016

Bischoff, E. 2016. “James Backhouse und George Washington Walker als Protagonisten der öffentlichen Debatte um die Reform des Strafvollzugs im kolonialen Australien”, in: historicum-estudies.net. Schwerpunktheft: Virtuosen der Öffentlichkeit? Friedrich von Gentz (1764-1832) im globalen intellektuellen Kontext seiner Zeit. Gudrun Gersmann, Friedrich Jaeger and Michael Rohrschneider (eds.), online: http://www.historicum-estudies.net/ epublished, 16.04.2016.

Bischoff, E. 2016. “Die Gewalt des Ordnens. Die ‘Black Line’ im Kontext kolonialer Biopolitik in Van Diemen’s Land zwischen 1826 und 1832”, in: Umkämpfte Räume: Raumbilder, Ordnungswille und Gewaltmobilisierung. Ulrike Jureit (ed.). Göttingen: Wallstein, 117-137.

Finzsch, N. 2016. “Der glatte Raum der Nomaden: Indigene Outopia, indigene Heterotopia am Beispiel Australiens”,  in: “Rasse” und Raum: Dynamiken, Formationen und Transformierungen anthropologischen “Wissens” im Raum. Claudia Bruns (ed.). Trier: Reichert Verlag, 123-44.

Holleuffer, Henriette von. 2016. Expeditionen in den Westen Australiens: Von Adelaide bis zum King George Sound 1840-1841 von Edward John Eyre. Wiesbaden: Edition Erdmann – Verlagshaus Römerweg.

2015

Bischoff, E. 2015. “Arms & Amelioration: Negotiating Quaker Peace Testimony and Settler Violence in 1830s Van Diemen’s Land”, in: Settler Colonial Studies. Special Issue: Experiences, Actors, Spaces: Dimensions of Settler Colonialism in Transnational Perspective. Eva Bischoff (ed.), online: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/2201473X.2015.1090653, 20.12.2015.

Bischoff, E. 2015. “Introduction: Experiences, Actors, Spaces: Dimensions of Settler Colonialism in Transnational Perspective”, in: Settler Colonial Studies. Special Issue: Experiences, Actors, Spaces: Dimensions of Settler Colonialism in Transnational Perspective. Eva Bischoff (ed.), online: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/2201473X.2015.1090650, 20.12.2015.

Bischoff, E. 2015. “Experiences, Actors, Spaces: Dimensions of Settler Colonialism in Transnational Perspective”, in: Settler Colonial Studies. Special Issue (published online December 2015).

Finzsch, N. 2015. “‘The intrusion therefore of cattle is by itself sufficient to produce the extirpation of the native race’: Socio-Ecological Systems and Ecocide in Conflicts between Hunter-Gatherers and Commercial Stock Farmers in Australia”, in: Settler Colonial Studies. Special Issue: Experiences, Actors, Spaces: Dimensions of Settler Colonialism in Transnational Perspective (Guest Editor: Eva Bischoff), 1-28.

Finzsch, N. 2015. ‘[…] der kupferfarbige Mensch [verträgt] die Verbreitung europäischer Civilisation nicht in seiner Nähe’: Der Topos der Dying Race in den USA, Australien und Deutschland. forthcoming.

Holleuffer, Henriette von. 2015. “An der Grenze zum Dasein. Die Aborigines und das Wasser ‒ Mythenbildung und Wertschöpfung im frühen Australien”, Zeitschrift für Australienstudien/ Australian Studies Journal 29: 80-111.

2014

Bischoff, E., Ursula Lehmkuhl and Norbert Finzsch (eds.). 2014. Provincializing the United States: Colonialism, Decolonization, and (Post)Colonial Governance in Transnational Perspective. American Studies – A Monograph Series 248, Heidelberg: Winter.

Finzsch, N. 2014. “Sammelrezension: Settler Colonialism, Settler Imperialism, Settler Communities: Neue Konzepte der Sozialgeschichtsschreibung”, Geschichte.Transnational: Fachforum zur Geschichte des kulturellen Transfers und der transnationalen Verflechtungen in Europa und der Welt.

Holleuffer, Henriette von. 2014. “”Lemnos: This Little Piece of Earth” − Moments of Peace away from Battle 1915/16: Australia’s War-Time Experience of an Aegean Arcadia”, Zeitschrift für Australienstudien/ Australian Studies Journal 28: 28-47.

2013

Bischoff, E. and Elisabeth Engel (eds.). 2013. Colonialism and Beyond. Race and Migration from a Postcolonial Perspective. Periplus Studien 17, Münster: Lit.

Finzsch, N. 2013. “Pre-Frontier, Landnahme und Sozioökologische Systeme in Australien, 1788 bis 1901”, Themenportal Europäische Geschichte.

2012

Holleuffer, Henriette von. 2012. “Studios, Music Halls, Hospitals: Young, Urban and Professional – The Unknown Germans in Queensland”, in: Germans in Queensland: 150 Years. Andrew G. Bonnell and Rebecca Vonhoff (eds.). Germanica Pacifica Vol. 11, Frankfurt am Main/Berlin/Bern: Peter Lang Verlag: 61-80.

Holleuffer, Henriette von and Adi Wimmer (eds.) 2012. Australien. Realität – Klischee – Vision/ Australia. Reality – Stereotype – Vision. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag.

2008

Finzsch, N. 2008. “‘[…] Extirpate or Remove that Vermine’: Genocide, Biological Warfare, and Settler Imperialism in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Century”, Journal of Genocide Research 10, no. 2: 215-32.

Finzsch, N. 2008. “‘The aborigines … were never annihilated, and still they are becoming extinct’: Settler Imperialism and Genocide in Nineteenth-century America and Australia”, Empire, Colony, Genocide: Conquest, Occupation, and Subaltern Resistance in World History. A. Dirk Moses (ed.). New York: Berghahn Books, 253-70.

Finzsch, N. 2008. “If it looks like a duck, if it walks like a duck, if it quacks like a duck: Comment on ‘Can There Be Genocide without the Intent to Commit Genocide?’ by Gunter Lewy”, Journal of Genocide Research 10, no. 1: 119-26.

Holleuffer, Henriette von. 2008. “The Missing Fifth Dimension: The Writing of Australian History in Germany”, Australian Journal of Politics and History 54, no. 3: 450-463.

2007

Finzsch, N. 2007. “‘It is scarcely possible to conceive that human beings could be so hideous and loathsome’: Discourses of Genocide in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century America and Australia”, in: Colonialism and Genocide. (eds.). A. Dirk Moses, and Dan Stone, 1-19. Abington: Routledge.

2006

Finzsch, N. 2006. “Siedlerimperialismus und Genozid in den Vereinigten Staaten und Australien”, Atlantic Understandings: Essays on European and American History in Honor of Hermann Wellenreuther. Lehmann Hartmut, and Claudia Schnurmann (eds.). Münster: LIT Verlag, 271-85.

2005

Finzsch, N. 2005. “Discourses of Genocide in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century America and Australia”, Genderforum (Rac(e)Ing Questions II: Gender and Postcolonial/Intercultural Issues) 10.

Finzsch, N. 2005. “‘It is scarcely possible to conceive that human beings could be so hideous and loathsome’: Discourses of Genocide in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century America and Australia”, Patterns of Prejudice 39, no. 2: 97-115.

Holleuffer, Henriette von. 2005. Zwischen Fremde und Fremde: Displaced Persons in Australien, den USA und Kanada 1946-1952. Studien zur Historischen Migrationsforschung 9, Osnabrück: Universitätsverlag Rasch, 2001; first edition; second edition: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht unipress.

2004

Holleuffer, Henriette von. 2004. “Advancing the Australian Frontier? Australiens Standortbestimmung im Südpazifik (1901-1975): Papua New Guinea – Ein historischer Parameter”, Zwischen Asien und dem Westen: Zur politischen, ökonomischen und kulturellen Orientierung Australiens. Norbert H. Platz (ed.), Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag: 51-78.

2003

Finzsch, N. 2003. “Die Frühgeschichte der biologischen Kriegsführung im 18. Jahrhundert: Nordamerika und Australien im Vergleich”, Medizin, Gesellschaft Und Geschichte 22: 9-29.

Holleuffer, Henriette von. 2003. “Ordnungshüter oder Reformer? Charles Joseph La Trobe und das Prinzip der Humanität in einer Dekade des Rassenkonflikts im Port Phillip District zwischen 1840 und 1850”, in: Newsletter der Gesellschaft für Australienstudien/Association for Australian Studies, no. 17: 54-65.

2000

Holleuffer, Henriette von. 2000. “‘New Australians’: Von der Imagekampagne zum Markenzeichen. Exemplarische Einblicke in das Verhältnis von Einwanderungspolitik und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit 1945-1949”, in: Newsletter der Gesellschaft für Australienstudien, no. 14: 47-66.

1999

Finzsch, N. 1999. Genocides against Native Americans between Individualist Agenda and State-Implemented Programs. in: Genozid in der modernen Geschichte: Jahrbuch für Historische Friedensforschung 7. (eds.). Stig Förster, and Gerhard Hirschfeld, 48-59. Münster, Hamburg, Berlin: LIT Verlag.

2016

James, B. 2016. “Maypal, Mayali’ ga Wäŋa: Shellfish, Meaning & Place. A Yolŋu Bilingual Identification Guide to Shellfish of North East Arnhem Land.” North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Managers Alliance NAILSMA Ltd. Darwin N.T.

2015

Adone, D (Ed.). 2015. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts. Special Issue: Indigenous Sign Language. Based on joint CDU Workshop, Darwin, July 2013: Indigenous Sign Languages with Prof. M. Christie and Prof. R. Wallace.

Adone, D. and E. Maypilama. 2015. “The Sociolinguistics of Alternate Sign Languages of Arnhem Land.” In: Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, 16: 13-23.

Amstrong, A., Newry, G., Ningarmara, I., Boomi, R., Boombi, R., Simon, S., Paddy, J., Newry, D., Bilminga, J. and D. Adone. 2015. Searching for Sign Languages in the Kimberly Region. On Miriwoong Sign Language. Cologne: University of Cologne Press.

2014

Adone, D. and E. Maypilama. 2014a. A Grammar Sketch of Yolŋu Sign Language. München: Lincom.

Adone, D. and E. Maypilama. 2014b. “Research Report: Bimodal Bilingualism in Arnhem Land”. In: Australian Aboriginal Studies (AIATSIS), 2: 101-106.

Adone, D. 2014. “Research Report: Indigenous Sign Languages of Arnhem Land.” In: Australian Aboriginal Studies (AIATSIS), 1: 132-136.

Baymarrwaŋa, L. and B. James. 2014. Yan-nhaŋu Atlas and Illustrated Dictionary of the Crocodile Islands. Singapore / Sydney: Tien Wah Press.

Olawsky, K.J. 2014. “Between duty statement and reality: the “linguist/coordinator” at an Australian Indigenous language centre.” In: Language Documentation and Conservation, 8: 361-383.

2013

Maypilama, E. and D. Adone. 2013. “Yolŋu Sign Language: An undocumented endangered language of Arnhem Land.” In: Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts, 13: 37-44.

Olawsky, K.J. 2013. “The Master-Apprentice Language Learning. Program Down Under: Experience and. Adaptation in an Australian Context.” In: Language Documentation and Conservation, 7. University of Hawaii Press. 41-63.

2012

Adone, D., A. Bauer, K. Cumberbatch, and E. L. Maypilama. 2012. “Colour signs in two indigenous languages”. In: Zeshan, Ulrike and Connie de Vos (Eds.) Sign Languages in Village Communities. Boston/Berlin/Nijmegen: de Gruyter Mouton / Ishara Press. 53-86.

Maypilama, E. and D. Adone. 2012. “Yolngu Sign Language: A sociolinguistic profile.” In: Zeshan, Ulrike and Connie de Vos (Eds.) Sign Languages in Village Communities. Boston/Berlin/Nijmegen: de Gruyter Mouton / Ishara Press. 401-403.

2011

James, B. 2011. “‘Voice Of The Land’ – Spring. Yan-nhangu Dictionary: 1994-2011” FATSIL 7:15-17.

2010

Bowern, C. and James, B. 2010. “Yan-nhaŋu Language Documentation and Revitalisation” in J. Hobson, K. Lowe, S. Poetsch and M. Walsh (eds) Re-Awakening Languages: Theory & Practice in the Revitalisation of Australia’s Indigenous Languages (Sydney, NSW: Sydney University Press), 361–71.

Olawsky, K. J. 2010. “Going Public With Language: Involving the Wider Community in Language Revitalisation.” In: J. Hobson, K. Lowe, S. Poetsch and M. Walsh (eds) Re-Awakening Languages: Theory & Practice in the Revitalisation of Australia’s Indigenous Languages (Sydney, NSW: Sydney University Press), 75-83.

Olawsky, K. J. 2010. “Revitalisation Strategies for Miriwoong.” In: J. Hobson, K. Lowe, S. Poetsch and M. Walsh (eds) Re-Awakening Languages: Theory & Practice in the Revitalisation of Australia’s Indigenous Languages (Sydney, NSW: Sydney University Press), 146-154.

2009

Adone, D. 2009a. Numerical Thinking without Numbers. Evidence from Yolŋu Sign Language. Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf. 

Adone, D. 2009b. On the use of Non Manuals in an Alternate Sign Language. Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf.

2008

Adone, D. 2008. Pointing at the Top End. How gesture accompanies speech in Yolngu Interaction. Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf.

2005

Bowern, C, James, B. 2005. “Yan-nhaŋu Revitalization: Aims and Accomplishments” In: Rod Edwards, Patrick Midtlyng, Colin Sprague and Kjersti Stensrud (eds) CLS 41, vol. II: Chicago Linguistics Society. Chicago. U.S.A.

2003

James. B., Baymarrwaŋa, L., Gularrbaŋga, R., Darrga, M., Nyambal, R., Nyŋunyuŋu , M. 2003. Yan-nhaŋu Dictionary. Milingimbi, CEC Literature Production Centre Northern Territory University Press. Darwin. N.T.

Forthcoming

Alber, Jan. “Narrative Techniques and Ideology: Aboriginal Identities in Contemporary Non-Indigenous Australian Prose.” Storyworlds (special issue of 2018). In preparation.

Alber, Jan. “Narratology and Performativity: On Processes of Narrativization in Live Performances.” Narrative. Forthcoming.

Alber, Jan. “Comparison, Inclusiveness, and Non-Hierarchical Incommensurability: Narrative Strategies in Two New Aboriginal Life Stories.” Anglistentag 2016 Hamburg: Proceedings, WVT. Forthcoming.

Althans, Katrin. “Aboriginal Jurisprudence in Philip McLaren’s Mabo and Lightning Mine.” A Companion to Philip McLaren, edited by Patricia Plummer. In preparation.

Althans, Katrin. “Australian Representations of Refugee Experiences: Poverty or Bare Life?” Representing Poverty in the Anglophone Postcolonial World, edited by Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp and Verena Jain-Warden, Bonn U P-Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. Representations & Reflections, 2017. Forthcoming.

Kern, David. “Nature as a living agent – Reading Nature and Environment in Mudrooroo’s Dr. Wooreddy’s Prescriptions for Enduring the Ending of the World (1983).” Nature and Environment in Australia, edited by Beate Neumeier, Boris Braun and Victoria Herche, WVT, 2017. Forthcoming.

Neumeier, Beate. “Performing Ecocriticism: Indigenous Australian Playwrights.” Nature and Environment in Australia, edited by Beate Neumeier, Boris Braun and Victoria Herche, WVT, 2017. Forthcoming.

Neumeier, Beate, Boris Braun, and Victoria Herche, editors. Nature and Environment in Australia, WVT, 2017. Forthcoming.

2017

Althans, Katrin. “Stories of the Intervention: The Narrative Power of the Law.” “And there’ll be NO dancing”: Perspectives on Governmental Policy Impacting Indigenous Australia since 2007, edited by Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp and Elisabeth Bähr, Cambridge Scholars, 2017, pp. 185-197.

Birk, Hanne. “A ‘Place to Start’: First Australian Stories Negotiating the Intervention.” “And there’ll be NO dancing”: Perspectives on Governmental Policy Impacting Indigenous Australia since 2007, edited by Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp and Elisabeth Bähr, Cambridge Scholars, 2017, pp. 198-212.

Herche, Victoria. “Reassessing Aboriginal Self‐Determination in Rolf De Heer’s Charlie’s Country (2014). “And there’ll be NO dancing”: Perspectives on Governmental Policy Impacting Indigenous Australia since 2007, edited by Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp and Elisabeth Bähr, Cambridge Scholars, 2017, pp. 228-242.

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara, and Elisabeth Bähr, editors. “And there’ll be NO dancing”: Perspectives on Governmental Policy Impacting Indigenous Australia since 2007, Cambridge Scholars, 2017.

2016

Alber, Jan. “Towards Resilience and Playfulness: The Negotiation of Indigenous Australian Identities in Twentieth-Century Aboriginal Prose.” European Journal of English, vol. 20, no.3, 2016, pp. 292-309.

Alber, Jan. “The Indigenous Other in Non-Indigenous Travel Narratives: The Case of Bruce Chatwin’s Songlines.” Literaria Pragensia, vol. 26, no. 51, 2016, pp. 97-110.

Antor, Heinz. “Post-Mabo White Settler Fables and the Negotiation of Native Title Legislation in Andrew McGahan’s The White Earth (2004).” Pólemos, vol. 10, no. 1, 2016, pp. 197-224.

Birk, Hanne (with Stefan Schustereder). “Introduction: On Reading and Teaching Indigenous Literatures.” Here and Now: Reading and Teaching Indigenous Literatures, edited by Jennifer M. Geiger and Stefan Schustereder, Wißner, 2016, pp. 6-19.

Herche, Victoria. “‘Rights of Passage’: Exploring the Liminal Position of Indigenous Australian Youth in Warwick Thornton’s Samson and Delilah (2009) and Ivan Sen’s Toomelah (2011).” Postcolonial Justice. Reassessing the Fair Go, edited by Gigi Adair and Anja Schwarz, WVT, 2016, pp. 151-162.

Rodoreda, Geoff. “The Darkest Aspect: Mabo and Liam Davison’s The White Woman.” Zeitschrift für Australienstudien / Australian Studies Journal, vol. 30, 2016, pp. 44-60.

Rodoreda, Geoff. “Orality and Narrative Invention in Alexis Wright’s Carpentaria.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature, vol. 16.2, 2016, pp. 1-13.

2015

Althans, Katrin. “De-Commodifying the Gothic: The Strange Case of the Two-Faced Kadaitcha.” Dissections, vol. 10, n. pag. Web. 12 Mar. 2015.

Althans, Katrin. “Forgotten Voices: The Female ANZAC and Male National Identity.” gender forum – An Online Platform for Gender and Women’s Studies, vol. 53, n. pag. Web. 03 Oct. 2015.

Antor, Heinz. “Voice, Authority and the Law in Peter Carey’s True History of the Kelly Gang”. Pólemos. Journal of Law, Literature and Culture, vol. 9, no. 1, 2015, pp. 131-155.

Birk, Hanne. “‘What is an autobiography compared to a dreaming track?’ Kulturspezifische Erzählstrategien in First Australian Life Writing.” Kulturspezifische Erzählstrategien in ‘nicht-abendländischen‘ Lebensdarstellungen, edited by Stephan Conermann, EB-Verlag, 2015, pp. 165-200.

Birk, Hanne. “‘[P]ulling tomorrow’s sky from [the] kete’: Culture-specific Narrative Representations of Re/membering in Contemporary First Australian and Maori Novels.” Narrative and Identity Construction in the Pacific Islands. Studies in Narrative 21, edited by Farzana Gounder, John Benjamins, 2015, pp. 209-223.

2014

Althans, Katrin. “‘And in my dreaming I can let go of the spirits of the past.’ Gothicizing the Common Law in Richard Frankland’s ‘NoWay to Forget’.” Decolonizing the Landscape: Indigenous Cultures in Australia, edited by Beate Neumeier, and Kay Schaffer, Rodopi, 2014, pp. 255-73.

Antor, Heinz. “Identity and the Re-Assertion of Aboriginal Knowledge in Sam Watson’s The Kadaitcha Sung”. Decolonizing the Landscape. Indigenous Cultures in Australia, edited by Beate Neumeier, and Kay Schaffer, Rodopi, 2014, pp. 207-231.

Neumeier, Beate, and Kay Schaffer, editors. Decolonizing the Landscape: Indigenous Cultures in Australia. Cross-Cultures Series. Rodopi, 2014.

Neumeier, Beate, and Kay Schaffer. “Introduction.” Decolonizing the Landscape: Indigenous Cultures in Australia, edited bv Beate Neumeier, and Kay Schaffer. Cross/Cultures Series 173, Rodopi, 2014, pp. ix-xix.

Neumeier, Beate. “Performative Lives – Transformative Practices: Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman, The 7 Stages of Grieving and Richard Frankland, Conversations with the Dead.Decolonizing the Landscape: Indigenous Cultures in Australia, edited by Beate Neumeier, and Kay Schaffer. Rodopi, 2014, pp. 275-292.

2013

Alber, Jan (with Natalie Churn). “Creative Indigenous Self-Representation in Australian Popular Culture as a Vital Communication Channel for Refiguring Public Opinion.” Anglistica: An Interdisciplinary Journal, vol. 17, no. 2, 2013, pp. 65-75.

Althans, Katrin. “White Shadows: The Gothic Tradition in Australian Aboriginal Literature.” A Companion to Australian Aboriginal Literature, edited by Belinda Wheeler, Camden House-Boydell&Brewer, 2013, pp. 139-54.

Herche, Victoria. “‘The Sapphires’ (2012) and ‘One Night the Moon’ (2001): Song, History and Australian Aboriginality.” gender forum – An Online Platform for Gender and Women’s Studies, vol. 46, 2013.

2011

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. Review of “Andreas Gaile, Rewriting History: Peter Carey’s Fictional Biography of Australia, Rodopi, 2010.” Zeitschrift für Australienstudien, vol. 25, 2011, pp. 140-145.

2010

Althans, Katrin. Darkness Subverted: Aboriginal Gothic in Black Australian Literature and Film. Representations & Reflections 2. Bonn UP-Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2010.

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. “Australia, England, France, and Italy: Travels in Cultural History in Martin Boyd’s Lucinda Brayford.” Anglistentag 2009, Klagenfurt: Proceedings, edited by Jörg Helbig, and René Schalleger, WVT, 2010, pp. 339-350.

2009

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. “Rolf Boldrewood, Robbery Under Arms”; “Martin Boyd, Lucinda Brayford”; “Miles Franklin, Up the Country”; “Joseph Furphy, Such is Life”; “Ray Lawler, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll”; “Henry Lawson, While the Billy Boils”; “Alan Seymour, The One Day of the Year”; James Tucker, Ralph Rashleigh”. Kindlers Literatur Lexikon, 3., revised edition. Metzler, 2009.

2008

Antor, Heinz. “(Post-)Colonial Discourses and the Constitution of Identity in V.S. Naipaul’s Half a Life (2001).” Neo-colonial Mentalities in Contemporary Europe? Language and Discourse in the Construction of Identities, edited by Guido Rings, and Anne Ife, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008, pp. 102-118.

Birk, Hanne. AlterNative Memories: Kulturspezifische Inszenierungen von Erinnerung in zeitgenössischen Romanen indigener Autor/inn/en Australiens, Kanadas und Aotearoas/Neuseelands. WVT, 2008.

Turcotte, Gerry, and Katrin Althans. “Nightmares in the Dreamtime: On Aboriginal Australian Weird Fiction.” Studies in Australian Weird Fiction vol. 2, 2008, pp. 163–171.

2005

Althans, Katrin. “Re-Biting the Canon: Indigenous Gothic in Mudrooroo’s Vampire-Trilogy.” Acolit, vol. 57, 2005, pp. 27-8.

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. “The Writing-Back Paradigm Revisited: Peter Carey, Jack Maggs, and Charles Dickens, Great Expectations.” Fabulating Beauty: Perspectives on the Fiction of Peter Carey, edited by Andreas Gaile, Rodopi, 2005, pp. 245-262.

2004

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. “Cross-Cultural Experience and Existence in Yasmine Gooneratne’s Novel A Change of Skies.”. Towards a Transcultural Future: Literature and Society in a ‘Post’-Colonial World, edited by Geoffrey V. Davis, Peter H. Marsden, Bénédict Ledent, and Marc Delrez, Rodopi, 2004, pp. 215-229.

2002

Antor, Heinz. “Introduction: Indigenous Cultures and English Literatures.” Anglistentag 2001 Wien: Proceedings, edited by Dieter Kastovsky, Gunther Kaltenböck, and Susanne Reichl, WVT, 2002, pp. 91-94.

Antor, Heinz. “Postcolonial Positions and the Study of World Literatures in English.” ACOLIT, Special Issue No. 4, New Literatures in English: Prospects and Retrospects – 25 Years of Study, Teaching and Research in German-Speaking Countries, edited by Frank Schulze-Engler, Institut für England- und Amerikastudien, 2002, pp. 13-24.

2000

Antor, Heinz. “Postcolonial Paedagogy, or Why and How to Teach the New English Literatures.” Anglistentag 1999 Mainz: Proceedings, edited by Bernhard Reitz, and Sigrid Rieuwerts, WVT, 2000, pp. 245-262.

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. “The Appropriation of the Third Space: Considerations upon the Mediating Function of Migrant Writers.” Anglistentag 1999, Mainz: Proceedings, edited by Bernhard Reitz, and Sigrid Rieuwerts, WVT, 2000, pp. 301-311.

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. “Variations of Contemporary Australian Poetry: ‘Country Poetry’ and ‘Town Poetry’.” Writing in Australia: Perceptions of Australian Literature in its Historical and Cultural Context, edited by Gerd Dose, and Bettina Keil, Lit, 2000, pp. 183-207.

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. “Performing Gender and Genre in Miles Franklin’s My Career Goes Bung.” Connotations, vol. 9, no. 3, 1999/2000, pp. 289-295.

1999

Antor, Heinz. “David Malouf’s Johnno (1975): A Study of Post-Colonial Self-Constitution in Modern Australia.” Intercultural Encounters – Studies in English Literatures. Essays Presented to Rüdiger Ahrens on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, edited by Heinz Antor, and Kevin Cope, Anglistische Forschungen 265. Universitätsverlag C. Winter, 1999, pp. 509-531.

1998

Antor, Heinz. “Australian Lies and the Mapping of a New World: Peter Carey’s Illywhacker (1985) as a Postmodern Postcolonial Novel.” Anglistik. Mitteilungen des Verbandes Deutscher Anglisten, vol. 9, no. 1, 1998, pp. 155-178.

1997

Antor, Heinz. “Aporien postkolonialer Existenz und moderner Persönlichkeitskonstitution in V.S. Naipauls Roman The Mimic Men.” Literaturimport Transatlantisch, edited by Uwe Baumann. Transfer 11, Gunter Narr Verlag, 1997, pp. 215-257.

1992

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. “Genius loci in Australia: An Anti-Pluralist Stereotype of Australian Literary Criticism.” The Making of a Pluralist Australia 1950-1990. Selected Papers from the Inaugural EASA Conference 1991, edited by Werner Senn, and Giovanna Capone. Peter Lang, 1992, pp. 39-48.

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. “Wider den Pauschaltourismus der Literatur: Peter Careys australisches Panoptikum Illywhacker.” Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, vol. 17, no. 1, 1992, pp. 71-82.

1990

Schmidt-Haberkamp, Barbara. Die verordnete Kultur: Stereotypien der australischen Literaturkritik. Peter Lang, 1990.