New publications by Lyrebird authors

New books and chapters in books by Lyrebird authors:

Akhurst, Graham, and Katelyn Barney. “Articulating My Own Black History: Success and Inhibiting Factors in an Aboriginal Student’s Pathway From Undergraduate to Postgraduate Study”. In Indigenous Postgraduate Education: Intercultural Perspectives, ed. Karen Trimmer, Debra Hoven and Pigga Keskitalo, 47–60. Charlotte, NC, United States: Information Age Publishing, 2020. (Details)

Barney, Katelyn, and Lexine Solomon. “Considering Issues of Identity and Belonging in a Collaborative Music Research Project on Torres Strait Islander Women Performers”. In The Difference Identity Makes: Indigenous Cultural Capital in Australian Cultural Fields, ed. Lawrence Bamblett, Fred Myers and Tim Rowse, 124–140. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 2019. (Details)

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

Burk, Ian. The Winds of Change: The Music at St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne 1947–1973. North Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2021. (Details)

Leane, Elizabeth, Carolyn Philpott, and Matt Delbridge, eds. Performing Ice: Histories, Theories, Contexts. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. (Details)

Martin, Toby. “‘They surprised them with national airs’: Aboriginal Brass Bands, Tourism and Sentimental Colonialism”. In Colonialism, Tourism and Place: Global Transformation in Tourist Destinations. Edited by Denis Lineham, Ian D. Clark, and Philip F. Xie, 58-76. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2020. (Details)

Philpott, Carolyn. “Mixing Ice: DJ Spooky’s Musical Portraits of the Arctic and Antarctic”. In Performing Ice: Histories, Theories, Contexts. Edited by Elizabeth Leane, Carolyn Philpott and Matt Delbridge, 87–112. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. (Details)