The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 19,294-313.
What does TAJA stand for?
TAJA stands for The Australian Journal of Anthropology (Australian Anthropological Society)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Dr Patrick Sullivan, acting Director of Research, completed co-editing a volume of The Australian Journal of Anthropology (with Ms Toni Bauman) focusing on the limits to the use of the term 'culture'.
1998) `Diaspora, Identity and Cultural Politics', Special Issue 9, The Australian Journal of Anthropology.
Ms Bauman is co-editing a special issue for submission to the Australian Journal of Anthropology with colleague and AIATSIS Visiting Research Fellow, Dr Patrick Sullivan, around the themes of 'de-limiting culture' and theoretical approaches to the notion of boundaries.
The Australian Journal of Anthropology 14(1): 97-110.
The Australian Journal of Anthropology 11(2):174-198.