2019 and 2018.



  • Harris, Amanda, Tiriki Onus and Linda Barwick. "Performing Aboriginal Workers' Rights in 1951: From the Top End to Australia's Southeast". Australian Journal of Politics and History V69:2 (2023) pp.227-247



  • Featherstone, Daniel, Claire Stuchbery, Sharon Huebner, Lyndon Ormond-Parker and Andrew Dodd. "Archiving First Nations Media: The Race to Save Community Media and Cultural Collections." Australian Aboriginal Studies, no. 1 (2021): 53-68.
  • Huebner, Sharon, and John Bradley. "'They Live on in the Photos': The Ontologies of Difference When Recognition Is Given to Descendant Family and Kin Concern for, and Responsibility Toward, Aboriginal Ancestors in Photographs." Visual studies (Abingdon, England) 36, no. 4-5 (2021): 366-384.
  • Marsden, Beth, Ellinghaus, Katherine, O'Neill, Cate, Huebner, Sharon and Ormond-Parker, Lyndon. "Wongatha Heritage Returned: The Digital Future and Community Ownership of Schoolwork from the Mount Margaret Mission School, 1930s-1940s" Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 50, no. 3-4 (2021): 105-115.
  • Treloyn, Sally, Charles, Rona Goonginda and O'Connor, Pete Myadooma. "Dancing with the Devil (Spirit): How Audiovisual Collections Reveal and Enact Social and Political Agency in Dance and Song (A Case from the Kimberley)" Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 50, no. 3-4 (2021): 117-129.
  • Torwali, Mujahid and Troy, Jakelin. "Saving Torwali Music and Dance: Community Led Performance and 'Public' Archiving" Preservation, Digital Technology & Culture 50, no. 3-4 (2021): 151-163.
  • Vaarzon-Morel, Petronella, Linda Barwick, and Jennifer Green. "Sharing and Storing Digital Cultural Records in Central Australian Indigenous Communities." New media & society 23, no. 4 (2021): 692-714.


  • Bracknell, Clint and Linda Barwick. "The Fringe or the Heart of Things? Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Musics in Australian Music Institutions". Musicology Australia (2020) 70-84.


  • Curran, Georgia, 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, no. 3 (2019): 354-370.





We have presented research on this project at the following conferences:

  • Callaway Centre Research Seminar, University of Western Australia, 2022.
  • Urgent Histories: Australian Historical Association Conference, Deakin University, 2022.
  • Music in the Pacific World: Change and Exchange Through Sound and Memory. First Conference of the IMS Study Group on the Global History of Music, Taipei, Taiwan, 2021.
  • International Australian Studies Association Biennial Conference: Reinventing Australia, The Australian Catholic University, Sydney, 2021.
  • The Society for Ethnomusicology 65th Annual Meeting 'Musical Activism and Agency: Contestations and Confluences,' Ontario, Canada, 2020.
  • History on Wednesday, University of Sydney, 2020.
  • Symposium on Indigenous Music and Dance and Symposium on Indigenous Arts and Culture in the Academy, The University of Melbourne, 2020.
  • Narrating Music and Social Change Symposium, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, 2019.
  • Australian Historical Association Annual Conference: 'Local Communities, Global Networks', University of Southern Queensland, 2019.
  • Foundation for Endangered Languages Conference XXII. Endangered Languages and the Land; Mapping Landscapes of Multilingualism, Reyjavík, Iceland, 2018.
  • Australian Historical Association Conference 2018: The Scale of History,Australian National University, 2018.
  • Through the Looking Glass: The 41st Musicological Society of Australia (MSA) National Conference and 17th Symposium on Indigenous Music and Dance, Edith Cowan University, 2018.
  • Music and Ethnography Study Group, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, 2018.