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Kelso, Sylvia (2010) Out Of Egypt: histories of speculative fiction and Carole Mcdonnell's "Wind Follower". Extrapolation, 51 (1). pp. 82-98.
Jacobson, Chris, and Stephens, Anne (2009) Cross cultural approaches to environmental research and management: a response to the dualisms inherent in the practice of western science? Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 39 (4). pp. 159-162.
Kelso, Sylvia (2008) The God in the Pentagram: religion and spirituality in modern Fantasy. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 18 (1). pp. 61-82.
Ackland, Michael (2007) Love and the great beyond: The spiritualist beliefs that sustained the love of Henry Handel Richardson for her husband and her family beyond the grave. Meanjin, 66 (1). pp. 72-77.
Arlinghaus, Robert, Cooke, Steven J., Lyman, Jon, Policansky, David, Schwab, Alexander, Suski, Cory, Sutton, Stephen G., and Thorstad, Eva B. (2007) Understanding the complexity of catch and release in recreational fishing: an integrative synthesis of global knowledge from historical, ethical social and biological perspectives. Reviews in Fisheries Science, 15 (1 & 2). pp. 75-167.
Ackland, Michael (2006) Winning the peace?: rewriting Quadrant's past. Overland, 184 ( ). pp. 18-22.
Friend, Maria (2000) Remembering roses, treading on the red earth: Polish folk art and the Australian experience. Artefact, 5 (1). pp. 12-14.
Law, Lisa (2004) Negotiating the bar: sex, money and the uneasy politics of Third Space. In: The Blackwell Cultural Economy Reader. Oxford Blackwell, Oxford, UK, pp. 352-367.
Ackland, Michael (2004) Professing the new: personalities, institutions and the case of James McAuley. In: Worlds of Reading: on the theory, history and sociology of cultural practice; Festschrift for Walter Veit. Forschungen zur Literatur- und Kulturgeschichte . Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, pp. 141-150.
Law Ming Ming, Geraldine (2010) Windows on to an evolving culture experiencing Sarawakian festivals. PhD thesis, James Cook University.