Russ, Vanessa. 2021. A History of Aboriginal Art In the Art Gallery of New South Wales, New York: Routledge.

Liddle, J., Langton, M., Rose, J. W. W., & Rice, S. (2021). ‘New thinking about old ways: Cultural continuity for improved mental health of young Central Australian Aboriginal men’. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 1– 5.


Langton, M., Smith, K., Eastman, T., O’Neill, L., Rose, M., Cheesman, E. 2020, Improving family violence legal and support services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women (Research Report, 25/2020). Sydney: ANROWS.

Langton, M., Smith, K., Eastman, T., O’Neill, L., Rose, M., Cheesman, E. 2020, Family violence policies, legislation and services: Improving access and suitability for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men (Research Report, 26/2020). Sydney: ANROWS.

Huebner, S., Hermes, A., Easteal, S. 2020, ‘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.

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.

Russ, Vanessa. 2020. ‘A New Art History of Australian Aboriginal Art’. International Journal of Art and Art History. vol.8 no.1. pp.48-57.

Russ, Vanessa & Gibson, Jason. 2020. 'Perth already has a museum of Indigenous art and culture. With proper funding, It could be our national centre’. The Conversation, 2 September.


Langton, M., 2019, Welcome to Country: An Introduction to Our First Peoples for Young Australians, Melbourne: Hardie Grant.

Longbottom, M., McGlade, H., Langton, M. and Clapham, K., 2019. Indigenous Australian children and the impact of adoption legislation in New South Wales. The Lancet393(10180), pp.1499-1500. DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(19)30252-1

Corn, A., Ormond-Parker, L., & De Largy Healy, J. (Eds.) 2019. Preservation, Digital Technology and Culture. Special Issue: A Reflection of the Day: Essays in Honour of Joseph Neparrŋa Gumbula. (Vol. 47, Iss. 1-2). Germany: De Gruyter.

Ormond-Parker, L., & Corn, A. 2019. Information technologies and Indigenous communities INTRODUCTION (Vol. 47). Routledge Journals.

Smith, K., Langton, M., Chenhall, R., Smith, P., Bawden, S. 2019. The Alcohol Management Plan at Pormpuraaw, Queensland, Australia: An ethnographic community-based study. Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education, Canberra.

Russ, V. 2019. Out of the Boxes: And Into the Desert. Berndt Museum of Anthropology. Perth: University of Western Australia.


Langton, M., 2018, Welcome to Country: A travel guide to Indigenous Australia, Melbourne: Hardie Grant (Winner of the 2019 Indie Book Award for Non Fiction).

Langton, M., 2018. For her, we must: No excuses, time to act. Griffith Review, (60), pp.328-338.

Langton, M. 2018. Traditional Aboriginal Healing Practice, in Healy, J. (Ed), The Art of Healing Australian Indigenous Bush Medicine. Melbourne:  The University of Melbourne.

Corn, A., Ormond-Parker, L., & De Largy Healy, J. (2018). From the Guest Editors, Aaron Corn with Lyndon Ormond-Parker and Jessica de Largy HealyPreservation, Digital Technology and Culture47(3-4), 68-69.

Langton, M. (2018). Joe Gumbula, the Inaugural Liya-ŋärra’mirri Visiting FellowPreservation, Digital Technology & Culture, 47(3-4), 91-101.

Russ, V. 2018. Stockyards and Saddles: A Story of Gibb River Station. Berndt Museum of Anthropology. Perth: University of Western Australia.


Smith, K. 2017, ‘The cashless debit card trial: A public health, rights-based approach to better health and social outcomes’, Indigenous Law Bulletin, (8) 29, pp. 22-27.

Russ, Vanessa.2017. Milingimbi: A Living Culture. Berndt Museum of Anthropology. Perth: University of Western Australia.


Davis, M. & Langton, M. (eds.) 2016. It's Our Country: Indigenous Arguments for Meaningful Constitutional Recognition and Reform, Carlton: Melbourne University Publishing.

Smith, K., Chenhall, R., McGuire, S., Kowal, E. 2016, Digital futures in Indigenous communities: From health kiosks to community hubs, Melbourne Networked Society Institute, The University of Melbourne, Parkville, pp.1-48.

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 boodjaJournal 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.


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.


Smith, K., Langton, M., d'Abbs, P., Room R., Chenhall, R. & Brown, A. 2014. Alcohol Management Plans, in Elizabeth Manton, Robin Room, Caterina Giorgi and Michael Thorn (eds) Stemming the tide of alcohol: Liquor licensing and the public interest. Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education in collaboration with The University of Melbourne, Canberra, pp.167-76.1

Smith, K., Langton, M, Chenhall, R, 2014. Alcohol Management Plans in the Northern Territory: At the intersection of policy, social and spatial dynamics, Kettil Bruun Society Thematic Conference on Alcohol Policy Research, Centre for Alcohol Policy Research, Melbourne, Australia, 8-11 September 2014.

Freemantle, C.J., Ritte, R., Smith, K., Iskander, D., Cutler, T., Heffernan, B., Zhong, G., Mensah., F & Read, A. 2014. Victorian Aboriginal Child Mortality Study: Patterns, Trends and Disparities in Mortality between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Infants and Children, 1998-2008, Melbourne: The Lowitja Institute.


Smith, K., Langton, M., d'Abbs, P., Room, R., Chenhall, R., & Brown, A. 2013. Alcohol management plans and related reforms, Sydney: Indigenous Justice Clearinghouse.

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. , . . . Smith, K. 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., & 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, Canberra: AIATSIS.