Volume 67 (December 2008)
Balme, J. and S. O’Connor 2008 Introduction to Special Volume: More Unconsidered Trifles. Australian Archaeology 67:1–2.
Balme, J. and C. Bulbeck 2008 Engendering origins: Theories of gender in sociology and archaeology. Australian Archaeology 67:3–11.
Blench, R. 2008 The languages of the Tasmanians and their relation to the peopling of Australia: Sensible and wild theories. Australian Archaeology 67:13–18.
Brown, S. 2008 Mute or mutable? Archaeological significance, research and cultural heritage management in Australia. Australian Archaeology 67:19–30.
Bulbeck, D. 2008 An integrated perspective on the Austronesian diaspora: The switch from cereal agriculture to maritime foraging in the colonisation of Island Southeast Asia. Australian Archaeology 67:31–52.
Bulbeck, C. and S. Bowdler 2008 The Faroes grindradráp or pilot whale hunt: the importance of its ‘traditional’ status in debates with conservationists. Australian Archaeology 67:53–60.
Gibbs, M. and R. Harrison 2008 Dynamics of dispersion revisited? Archaeological context and the study of Aboriginal knapped glass artefacts in Australia. Australian Archaeology 67:61–68.
Lourandos, H. 2008 Constructing ‘hunter-gatherers’, constructing ‘prehistory’: Australia and New Guinea. Australian Archaeology 67:69–78.
Marwick, B. 2008 Three styles of Darwinian evolution in the analysis of stone artefacts: Which one to use in mainland Southeast Asia? Australian Archaeology 67:79–86.
O’Connor, S. 2008 Engendering Australian and Southeast Asian prehistory… ‘beyond epistemological angst’. Australian Archaeology 67:87–94.
Sim, R. and L.A. Wallis 2008 Northern Australian offshore island use during the Holocene: The archaeology of Vanderlin Island, Sir Edward Pellew Group, Gulf of Carpentaria. Australian Archaeology 67:95–106.
Sullivan, S. 2008 More unconsidered trifles? Aboriginal and archaeological heritage values: integration and disjuncture in cultural heritage management practice. Australian Archaeology 67:104–115.