Publications

2020

  • Langton, M., Smith, K., Eastman, T., O’Neill, L., Cheesman, E., Rose, M. 2020 (forthcoming). Improving family violence legal and support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women. Sydney: Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety.pp.1-144.
  • Eastman, T., Smith, K., Langton, M., O’Neill, L., Cheesman, E., Rose, M, 2020 (forthcoming), Family violence policies, legislation and services: Improving access and suitability for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men. Sydney: Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety.
  • Featherstone, D, Stuchbery, C, Huebner, S, Ormond-Parker, L, Dodd, A 2020 (forthcoming), ‘First Nations Media Australia: supporting on-country archiving of community collections’, Australian Aboriginal Studies Special Edition.
  • Huebner, S, Hermes, A, Easteal, S 2020 (forthcoming), ‘The practice of engaging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in genome research’, in L MacDonald, J Tuari, L George (eds), Indigenous Research Ethics: Claiming Research Sovereignty beyond deficit and the colonial legacy, Emerald Publishing, United Kingdom.
  • Ormond-Parker, L., Murray, L., 2020, Report to the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander secret or sacred and Aboriginal Cultural Heritage material in the Cultural Collections of the University of Melbourne, The University of Melbourne.
  • Ormond-Parker, L., Carter, N., Fforde, C., Knapman, G., & Morris, W. (2020). Repatriation in the Kimberley: Practice, approach, and contextual history. In C. Fforde, C. T. McKeown, & H. Keeler (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Indigenous Repatriation Return, Reconcile, Renew (First ed., pp. 165-187). London: Routledge - Taylor & Francis.
  • Prictor, M, Huebner, S, Teare, H, Burchill, L, Kaye, J 2020, ‘Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collections of genetic heritage: considering the law, ethics and potential application of a Dynamic Consent approach for decision making’, The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, vol. 48, pp. 205-217.

2019

2018

  • Corn, A., Ormond-Parker, L., & De Largy Healy, J. (2018). From the Guest Editors, Aaron Corn with Lyndon Ormond-Parker and Jessica de Largy Healy. Preservation, Digital Technology and Culture, 47(3-4), 68-69.
  • Langton, M. (2018). Joe Gumbula, the Inaugural Liya-ŋärra’mirri Visiting Fellow. Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture, 47(3-4), 91-101. (IF = 0.23, JR = 0.16, citations = 1)
  • Langton, M., Smith, K., Bawden, S. 2018, Shifting the problem? Local versus regional approaches to alcohol management by Indigenous communities, The 5th National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Conference, Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, 7 November - 9 November.
  • Murray, L Ormond-Parker, O Shears, S 2018, Report to the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Council: Audit of Aboriginal Ancestral Remains and Associated Aboriginal Objects, The University of Melbourne.
  • Murray, L Ormond-Parker, O Shears, S 2018, Report on Aboriginal Ancestral Remains in the custody of The University of Melbourne, The University of Melbourne.
  • Ormond-Parker, L., & Bernholz, L. (2018). The Ethics of Designing Digital Infrastructure. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Summer2018, 16(3), 34-39.

2017

  • Langton, M. & Smith, K. 2017, Dealing with the harmful impacts of alcohol: more effective policies urgently required, 14th National Rural Health Conference, Cairns Convention Centre, 26 – 29 April, 2017.
  • Langton, M., Smith, K. 2017, A regional approach to Alcohol Management in Northern Australia: Mobility, supply chains and community control, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) National Indigenous Research Conference 2017Impact, Engagement & Transformation, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 21 – 23 March 2017.

2016

  • Huebner, S & Flowers, E 2016, ‘‘It’s a resting place, where our spirits go’: bringing back lost ancestor memories to Western Australia’s Great Southern – Noongar boodja’, Journal of Arts & Communities, 8:1+2, pp. 75-92.
  • Langton, M., Smith, K., Chenhall, R., 2016. Indigenous Narratives about alcohol impacts and sobrietyThe Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference, Melbourne Conference Centre, Australia, 8-10 November.
  • Ormond-Parker, L., Langton, M., Huebner, S., Coleman, J., Pearson, C., Sloggett, R., . . . Clarke, K. (2016). When Magnets Collide: Digital Preservation and Access of At-Risk Audiovisual Archives in a Remote Aboriginal Community (1). Parkville, Australia: Melbourne Networked Society Institute, The University of Melbourne.
  • Ormond-Parker, L. (2016). Aboriginal Communities, Information Technology and the Economics of Knowledge. (PhD Thesis).
  • Ormond-Parker, L 2016. Ancestral Remains held by KALACC September 2016. Audit of the KALACC Keeping Place, Fizroy Crossing, WA. Report to Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Cultural Centre, Fitzroy Crossing WA. pp. 1-84.

2015

  • Fforde, C., ORMOND-PARKER, L., & Turnbull, P. (2015). Repatriation Research: Archives and the Recovery of History and Heritage. In R. Redmond-Cooper (Ed.), Heritage, Ancestry and Law: Principles, Policies and Practices in Dealing with Historical Human Remains (1 ed.). Crickadarn, Builth Wells, UK: Institute of Art and Law.
  • Fforde, C. Ormond-Parker, L & Torpey-Hurst, J. 2015. Ancestral Remains repatriated from the South Australian Museum Unpublished research report for Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Cultural Centre, Fitzroy Crossing, WA.  pp. 1-157.
  • Smith, K., Langton, M. & Chenhall, R. 2015, Alcohol policy and assemblages of intervention: Managing alcohol in Indigenous communities, Addiction 2015: Alcohol, Other Drugs, Behavioural Addictions: Prevention, Treatment and Recovery, Surfers Paradise, Australia, 20 – 22 May 2015, pp. 101-114.

2014

2013

  • Chenhall, R., Smith, K. & Langton, M. 2013, Alcohol Management Plans: Do wider reform strategies lead to success? Challenges for Health and Society: Informing Positive Change, Centre for Health and Society Symposium, University of Melbourne, Australia, 17 – 18 April 2013.
  • Huebner, S 2013, ‘A digital community project for the recuperation, activation and emergence of Victorian Koorie knowledge, culture and identity’, in L Ormond-Parker, A Corn, C Fforde, K Obatz & S O’Sullivan (eds), Information Technology and Indigenous Communities, AIATSIS, Canberra, pp. 171-184.
  • Leonard, S. N., Mackenzie., Kofod., Parsons., Langton, M. L., Russ., . . . Smith. (2013). Indigenous climate change adaptation in the Kimberley region of North-western Australia: Final Report. AU (Parkville): University of Melbourne.
  • O’Connell, J., Ormond-Parker, L., Spunner, S., & Sloggett, R. (2013). Waringarri Aboriginal Arts: Rethinking practices in conservation documentation through assessing the needs of a community arts centre. AICCM Bulletin, 34(1), 75-84.
  • Ormond-Parker, L. C., O'Connell, J. M., & Hirst, J. (2013). Warmun Community Art Collection Conservation Report: Final Report. AU (Melbourne): University of Melbourne.
  • Ormond-Parker, L. C., & Spunner, S. (2013). L'invention aborigene de la technologie et la museologie cooperative. In V. Gaulter, C. Cohen, M. Surya, C. Gaunt, L. Garond, J. deVoge, & A. Morvan (Eds.), Memoires Vives une histoire de l'art Aborigene (2013 ed., pp. 194-202). FR: Editions de la Martiniere.
  • Ormond-Parker, L., Corn, A., Obata, K., & O'Sullivan, S. 2013, Information technology and indigenous communities (1922102164), AISTSIS, Canberra;
  • Smith, K., Langton, M., d'Abbs, P., Room, R., Chenhall, R., & Brown, A. 2013, Alcohol management plans and related reforms, Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse, Sydney, NSW;
  • Sloggett, R., & Ormond-Parker, L. (2013). Crashes along the super highway: the information continuum. In L. Ormond-Parker, C. Fforde, K. Obata, A. Corn, & S. O'Sullivan (Eds.), Information Technologies and Indigenous Communities (2013 ed., pp. 227-246). Canberra: AIATSIS Research Publications.

2012