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Anthony Redmond

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Redmond, A.J. 'Time wounds: Death, grieving and grievance in the Northern Kimberley', in K. Glaskin, M. Tonkinson, Y. Musharbash and V. Burbank (eds), Mortality, Mourning and Mortuary Practices in Indigenous Australia, Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 69-86.

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Redmond, A.J. 'Captain Cook meets General Macarthur in the Northern Kimberley: Humour and ritual in an Indigenous Australian life-world', Anthropological Forum, Special issue: You've got to be joking! Anthropological perspectives on humour and laughter (Guest Editors: Yasmine Musharbash and John Carty), 18 (3): 255-270.

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Redmond, A. and F. Skyring. 'Exchange and appropriation: The Wurnan economy and Aboriginal land and labour at Karunjie Station, north-western Australia', in I. Keen (ed.), Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies: Historical and Anthropological Perspectives, ANU E Press, Canberra, pp. 73-90.

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Redmond, A. ''Now we got truck everywhere, we don't travel anywhere': A phenomenology of travelling by community mutika in the northern Kimberley, Western Australia', Humanities Research, XVII (2): 61-73.

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Redmond, A. 'Identifying the relevant level of a society in Australian native title claims', Special issue: Native title research in Australian anthropology, W. Asche and D. Trigger (eds), Anthropological Forum, 21 (3): 287-305.

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Correy, S., McCarthy, D. and Redmond, A. 'The differences which resemble: The effects of the 'narcissism of minor differences' in the constitution and maintenance of native title claimant groups in Australia', in T. Bauman and G. Macdonald (eds), Unsettling Anthropology: The Demands of Native Title on Worn Concepts and Changing Lives, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra, pp. 41-62.

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Redmond, A. 'Tracking Wurnan: Transformations in the trade and exchange of resources in the northern Kimberley', in N. Fijn, I. Keen, C. Lloyd and M. Pickering (eds), Indigenous Participation in Australian Economies II: Historical Engagements and Current Enterprises, ANU E Press, Canberra, pp. 57-72.

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