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Submissions from 2022

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Performing kayepa dordok living waters in Noongar boodjar, South-Western Australia, Clint Bracknell, Pierre Horwitz, Trevor Ryan, and Jonathan W. Marshall

Submissions from 2021

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“You felt like a prisoner in your own self, trapped”: The experiences of Aboriginal people with acquired communication disorders, Elizabeth Armstrong, Juli Coffin, Deborah Hersh, Judith M. Katzenellenbogen, Sandra C. Thompson, Natalie Ciccone, Leon Flicker, Deborah Woods, Colleen Hayward, Catelyn Dowell, and Meaghan McAllister

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Supporting parents as their child’s first teacher: Aboriginal parents’ perceptions of kindilink, Caroline Barratt-Pugh, Lennie Barblett, Marianne Knaus, Rosemary Cahill, Susan Hill, and Trudi Cooper

Submissions from 2022

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Hyper-peripheral regional evolution: The ‘long-histories' of the Pilbara and Buryatia, Tom Barratt and Anton Klarin

Submissions from 2021

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The fringe or the heart of things? Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musics in Australian music institutions, Clint Bracknell and Linda Barwick

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Supporting the performance of Noongar language in Hecate, Clint Bracknell, Kylie Bracknell, Susan F. Studham, and Luzita Fereday

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Building effective school-community partnerships in Aboriginal remote school settings, Graeme Gower, Cath Ferguson, and Simon Forrest

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Sport organizations and reconciliation in Australia, Ashlee Morgan and Violetta Wilk

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Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander LGBTIQ+ issues in primary initial teacher education programs, David B. Rhodes and Matt Byrne

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Night patrols, John Scott, Margaret Sims, Trudi Cooper, and Elaine Barclay

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Educative power and the respectful curricular inclusion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music, Michael Webb and Clint Bracknell

Submissions from 2020

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Trauma informed behaviour support: A practical guide to developing resilient learners, Kay Ayre and Govind Krishnamoorthy

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Maya Waabiny: Mobilising song archives to nourish an endangered language, Clint Bracknell

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Rebuilding as Research: Noongar song, language and ways of knowing, Clint Bracknell

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The Emotional Business of Noongar Song, Clint Bracknell

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Coloniser control and the art of disremembering a “dark history”: Duality in Australia Day and Australian history, Tamara A. Lipscombe, Peta L. Dzidic, and Darren C. Garvey

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A review of Nyoongar responses to severe climate change and the threat of epidemic disease—Lessons from their past, Francesca Robertson and Jason Barrow

Submissions from 2019

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Colonialism and the atrophy of Indigenous male identities, Mick Adams, Jesse John Fleay, Peter J. Mataira, Shayne Walker, and Michael Hart

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Assessment and outcome measures for Aboriginal Australians with communication disorders, Elizabeth Armstrong, Ann Carmody, Alice Claire Robins, and Tara Lewis

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‘I’ve got to row the boat on my own, more or less’: Aboriginal Australian experiences of traumatic brain injury, Elizabeth Armstrong, Juli Coffin, Meaghan McAllister, Deborah Hersh, Judith M. Katzenellenbogen, Sandra C. Thompson, Natalie Ciccone, Leon Flicker, Natasha Cross, Linda Arabi, Deborah Woods, and Colleen Hayward

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A screening tool for acquired communication disorders in Aboriginal Australians after brain injury: lessons learned from the pilot phase, Elizabeth Armstrong, Meaghan McAllister, Deborah Hersh, Judith Katzenellenbogen, Sandra C. Thompson, Juli Coffin, Leon Flicker, Deborah Woods, Colleen Hayward, and Natalie Ciccone

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Connecting Indigenous song archives to kin, Country and language, Clint Bracknell

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Ever-widening circles: Consolidating and enhancing Wirlomin Noongar archival material in the community, Clint Bracknell and Kim Scott

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Maintaining cultural integrity in Australian Aboriginal and New Zealand Maori qualitative research in communication disorders, Karen Brewer, Tara Lewis, Chelsea Bond, Elizabeth Armstrong, Anne Hill, Alison Nelson, and Juli Coffin

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The Wangi (talking) project: A feasibility study of a rehabilitation model for aboriginal people with acquired communication disorders after stroke, Natalie Ciccone, Elizabeth Armstrong, Deborah Hersh, Mick Adams, and Meaghan McAllister

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Intergenerational influences of hunger and community violence on the Aboriginal people of Western Australia: A review, Francesca Robertson, David Coall, Dan McAullay, and Alison Nannup

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Health literacy among young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander males in the Northern Territory, James A. Smith, Ben Christie, Jason Bonson, Mick Adams, Richard Osborne, Barry Judd, Murray Drummond, David Aanundsen, and Jesse Fleay