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2003The anthropology of conversion: an introductionAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyThe anthropology of conversion: an introduction in The Anthropology of Religious Conversion, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc., 2003, pp. 1-14
2009Capitalism as Culture, and EconomyAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyCapitalism as Culture, and Economy, Australian Journal of Anthropology, vol.20, N/A, 2009,pp 301-317
2001From Invisible Christians to Gothic Theatre: the Romance of the Millennial in Melanesian AnthropologyAustin-Broos, Diane; Barker, John; Chitando, Ezra; Douglas, Bronwen; et, al; AnthropologyFrom Invisible Christians to Gothic Theatre: the Romance of the Millennial in Melanesian Anthropology, Current Anthropology, vol.42,(5),2001,pp 615-650
2001Jamaican Pentecostalism: Transnational Relations and the Nation StateAustin-Broos, DianeJamaican Pentecostalism: Transnational Relations and the Nation State in Between Babel and Pentecost: Transnational Pentecostalism in Africa and Latin America, Between Babel and Pentecost: Transnational Pentecostalism in Africa and Latin America, 2001, pp. 142-162
2010Making a Difference: the Politics of Writing about SufferingAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyMaking a Difference: the Politics of Writing about Suffering, Oceania, vol.80, N/A, 2010,pp 102-112
2003The meaning of Pepe: God's law and the western arrernteAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyThe meaning of Pepe: God's law and the western arrernte, Journal of Religious History, vol.27,(3),2003,pp 311-328
2012On the subject of politics; response to Ghassan HageAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyOn the subject of politics; response to Ghassan Hage, Australian Journal of Anthropology, vol.23, 3, 2012,pp 413-418
2001Outstations and CDEP: The Western Arrernte in Central AustraliaAustin-Broos, DianeOutstations and CDEP: The Western Arrernte in Central Australia, Regional Studies, vol.Research Monograph No.20,(),2001,pp 167-175
2003Places, practices and things: The articulation of Arrernte kinship with welfare and workAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyPlaces, practices and things: The articulation of Arrernte kinship with welfare and work, American Ethnologist, vol.30,(1),2003,pp 118-135
2011The politics of difference and equality: Remote aboriginal communities, public discourse, and Australian anthropologyAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyThe politics of difference and equality: Remote aboriginal communities, public discourse, and Australian anthropology, Transforming Anthropology, vol.19, 2, 2011,pp 139-145
2005The Politics of Moral Order: A Brief Anatomy of RacingAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyThe Politics of Moral Order: A Brief Anatomy of Racing, Social Analysis: international journal of social and cultural practice, vol.49,(2),2005,pp 182-190
2010Quarantining Violence: How Anthropology does itAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyQuarantining Violence: How Anthropology does it in Culture Crisis: Anthropology and Politics in Aboriginal Australia, University of New South Wales (UNSW) Press, 2010, pp. 136-149
2006Responses to Peter SuttonAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyResponses to Peter Sutton, Macquarie Law Journal, vol.6,(N/A),2006,pp 177-186
2010Translating Christianity: Some keywords, events and sites in Western Arrernte conversionAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyTranslating Christianity: Some keywords, events and sites in Western Arrernte conversion, Australian Journal of Anthropology, vol.21, 1, 2010,pp 14-32
2004Western Arrente Endogenous Change And The Impact Of SettlementAustin-Broos, Diane; AnthropologyWestern Arrente Endogenous Change And The Impact Of Settlement, Traditions in the Midst of Change, vol.N/A,(),2004,pp 60-65
2001Whose Ethics? Which Cultural Contract? Imagining Arrente Traditions TodayAustin-Broos, DianeWhose Ethics? Which Cultural Contract? Imagining Arrente Traditions Today, Oceania, vol.Vol 71, No. 3,(N/A),2001,pp 189-200
2006'Working for' and 'Working' among Western Arrernte in Central AustraliaAustin-Broos, Diane; Anthropology'Working for' and 'Working' among Western Arrernte in Central Australia, Oceania, vol.76, 1, 2006,pp 1-15