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Professor Amanda Kearney
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Intangible cultural heritage: Global awareness and local interest
A Kearney
Intangible heritage, 223-240, 2008
1272008
‘Too strong to ever not be there’: Place names and emotional geographies
A Kearney, JJ Bradley
Social & Cultural Geography 10 (1), 77-94, 2009
1262009
Homeland emotion: An emotional geography of heritage and homeland
A Kearney
International Journal of Heritage Studies 15 (2-3), 209-222, 2009
842009
Negotiating Yanyuwa rock art: relational and affectual experiences in the southwest Gulf of Carpentaria, northern Australia
LM Brady, JJ Bradley, AJ Kearney
Current Anthropology 57 (1), 28-52, 2016
772016
Sitting in the gap: ethnoarchaeology, rock art and methodological openness
LM Brady, A Kearney
World Archaeology 48 (5), 642-655, 2016
502016
Violence in place, cultural and environmental wounding
A Kearney
Routledge, 2016
372016
Before the Old People and Still Today: Yanyuwa Places and Narratives of Engagement
A Kearney
Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2009
302009
Cultural wounding, healing, and emerging ethnicities
A Kearney
Springer, 2014
262014
Landscapes with shadows of once living people: The Kundawira challenge
A Kearney, JJ Bradley
The social archaeology of Australian Indigenous societies, 182-203, 2006
222006
Returning to that which was never lost: Indigenous Australian saltwater identities, a history of land claims and the paradox of return
A Kearney
History and Anthropology 29 (2), 184-203, 2018
212018
Intimacy and distance: Indigenous relationships to country in northern Australia
A Kearney
Ethnos 83 (1), 172-191, 2018
202018
Kincentric ecology, species maintenance and the relational power of place in northern Australia
A Kearney, J Bradley, LM Brady
Oceania 89 (3), 316-335, 2019
182019
‘When a long way in a bark canoe becomes a quick trip in a boat’relationships to sea country & changes to Yanyuwa watercraft
A Kearney, J Bradley
Quaternary International 385, 166-176, 2015
162015
Friday essay: Voices from the bush-how lockdown affects remote Indigenous communities differently
C Smith, A Kearney, A Kotarba-Morley, C Wilson, J Grant, K Pollard, ...
Science Education News 69 (3), 30-35, 2020
152020
Gender in Australian Landscape Archaeology
A Kearney
Handbook of landscape archaeology, 247-255, 2016
152016
Indigeneity and the performance of corporeal masculinities in the Australian Football League
A Kearney
Sport in Society 15 (7), 936-951, 2012
152012
Keeping Company: An Anthropology of Being-in-Relation
A Kearney
London: Routledge, 2022
142022
Ethnicity, cultural wounding and the ‘healing project’: What happens when the wounded survive?
A Kearney
Ethnicities 14 (5), 597-614, 2014
142014
An ethnoarchaeology of engagement
A Kearney
Ethnoarchaeology 2 (1), 99-120, 2010
142010
Interculturalism and responsive reflexivity in a settler colonial context
A Kearney
Religions 10 (3), 199, 2019
132019
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