Harris, Amanda, Linda Barwick and Jakelin Troy (eds), Music, Dance and the Archive. Sydney University Press, 2022.

  • Winner of the 2022 Australian Society of Archivists Mander Jones Award

Harris, Amanda. (with contributions from Shannon Foster, Tiriki Onus and Nardi Simpson). Representing Australian Aboriginal Music and Dance 1930-1970. New York: Bloomsbury Academic & Professional, 2020.

Barwick, Linda, Jennifer Green, Petronella Vaarzon-Morel (eds) (2020). Archival Returns: Central Australia and Beyond. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press.

Georgia Curran, Linda Barwick, Myfany Turpin, Fiona Walsh, and Mary Laughren. "Central Australian Aboriginal Songs and Biocultural Knowledge: Evidence from Women's Ceremonies Relating to Edible Seeds." Journal of Ethnobiology 39(3), 2019: 354-370

Gululu dhuwala djalkiri - Exhibition curated by Matt Poll, Rebecca Conway and and representatives of Milingimbi Art and Culture, Yurrwi Island, Bula'bula Arts, Ramingining, and Bukularrŋgay Mulka, Yirrkala Art Centre.

  • Highly Commended in the Museums and Galleries of NSW 2021 Imagine Awards




  • Lyndon Ormond-Parker, Archie Thomas & Daniel Featherstone. Natural disasters and the COVID-19 pandemic reveal the crucial role of First Nations media. The Conversation. March 16, 2022.
  • Deaundre Espejo. Love, truth-telling and success: Insights from Yabun Festival 2021. Honi Soit. January 28, 2021.
  • Amanda Harris. New book: Representing Australian Aboriginal Music and Dance 1930-1970. Resonate Magazine. January 12, 2021.
  • Amanda Harris. Whose voices get to be heard? Limelight Magazine. April 19, 2021.
  • Tys Occhiuzzi. Traditional owners concerned with plan to dump spoil in Kosciuszko National Park. NITV. Jul 20 2021.
  • Xinhua. Australian station uses cities' traditional names in recognition of aboriginal culture. Global Times. Jul 06,
  • Richard Glover. 'Self Improvement: Revitalising an Ancient Aboriginal Snow Song.' ABC News. Jul 7, 2021.
  • Amanda Harris. Review: Black Drop Effect, directed by Felix Cross for Sydney Festival. The Conversation. January 16, 2020.
  • Isabella Higgins. The destruction of a mighty fiddleback in Victoria sparks a common conundrum for Aboriginal Australians. ABC News. 31 Oct 2020.
  • Isabella Higgins. University fee hikes will hit Indigenous students hard and put Closing the Gap targets at risk, advocates say. ABC News. October 11, 2020.
  • Hannah Cross. Nambal, boya, barnda, awarnda: our words for 'coin'. National Indigenous Times. April 16, 2019.



  • Jacinta Parsons and Brian Nankervis. The true story of the first Aboriginal filmmaker Bill Onus. ABC News. Feb 25, 2022.
  • Todd Burns. Dr. Amanda Harris Interview. Music Journalism Insider. January 25, 2021.
  • Madeline Ward. Interview With Matt Poll, Curator of Ambassadors. Honi Soit. January 22, 2020.
  • Cassandra Pybus and Jakelin Troy. Truganini. Sydney Writer's Festival. June 3, 2020.