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2013ABRACADABRA aids Indigenous and non-Indigenous early literacy in Australia: Evidence from a multisite randomized controlled trialKirby, Adrienne; Abrami, Phillip; Carapetis, Jonathan; Chalkiti, Kalotina; Harper, Helen; Helmer, Janet; Lea, Tess; Louden, William; Morris, Peter; Savage, Robert; Wolgemuth, Jennifer; NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreABRACADABRA aids Indigenous and non-Indigenous early literacy in Australia: Evidence from a multisite randomized controlled trial, Computers & Education, vol.67, N/A, 2013,pp 250-264
2012ABRACADABRA for magic under which conditions? Case studies of a web-based literacy intervention in the Northern TerritoryLea, Tess; Chalkiti, Kalotina; Emmett, Susan; Harper, Helen; Helmer, Janet; Wolgemuth, Jennifer; Gender and Cultural StudiesABRACADABRA for magic under which conditions? Case studies of a web-based literacy intervention in the Northern Territory, Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, vol.35, 1, 2012,pp 33-50
2015Anthropology and STS: Generative interfaces, multiple locationsLea, Tess; Blaser, Mario; de la Cadena, Marisol; Jensen, Casper Bruun; Lien, Marianne E; Morita, Atsuro; Swanson, Heather; Ween, Gro B; West, Paige; Wiener, Margaret; Gender and Cultural StudiesAnthropology and STS: Generative interfaces, multiple locations, HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, vol.5, 1, 2015,pp 437-475
2012Being Moved (On): The Biopolitics of Walking in Australia's Frontier TownsLea, Tess; Doran, Bruce; Holmes, Catherine; Markham, Francis; Young, Martin; Gender and Cultural StudiesBeing Moved (On): The Biopolitics of Walking in Australia's Frontier Towns, Radical History Review, vol.Fall, 114, 2012,pp 139-163
2014A Benign Arithmetic: Taking Up Facts About Indigenous HealthLea, Tess; Gender and Cultural StudiesA Benign Arithmetic: Taking Up Facts About Indigenous Health in History, Power, Text: Cultural Studies and Indigenous Studies, UTSePress, 2014, pp. 250-270
2014Challenges of conducting systematic research in Australia's Northern TerritoryLea, Tess; Chalkiti, Kalotina; Harper, Helen; Helmer, Janet; Wolgemuth, Jennifer; Gender and Cultural StudiesChallenges of conducting systematic research in Australia's Northern Territory, Asia Pacific Journal of Education, vol.34, 1, 2014,pp 36-48
2012Contemporary Anthropologies of Indigenous AustraliaLea, Tess; Gender and Cultural StudiesContemporary Anthropologies of Indigenous Australia, Annual Review of Anthropology, vol.41, N/A, 2012,pp 187-202
2016The cunning of data in Indigenous housing and healthLea, Tess; Torzillo, Paul; Gender and Cultural Studies; Central Clinical School: MedicineThe cunning of data in Indigenous housing and health, Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community, vol.44, 4, 2016,pp 272-282
2017Deceptive Darwin, the country capitalLea, Tess; Gender and Cultural StudiesDeceptive Darwin, the country capital in Cultural Sustainability in Rural Communities: Rethinking Australian Country Towns, Routledge, 2017, pp. 84-100
2012Ecologies of Development on Groote EylandtLea, Tess; Gender and Cultural StudiesEcologies of Development on Groote Eylandt, Australian Humanities Review, vol.53, N/A, 2012,pp N/A-N/A
2015Educating for inequality: Indigenous schooling in Northern AustraliaLea, Tess; Gender and Cultural StudiesEducating for inequality: Indigenous schooling in Northern Australia in Cultural Pedagogies and Human Conduct, Routledge, 2015, pp. 144-157
2014Examining the Impact of ABRACADABRA on Early Literacy in Northern Australia: An Implementation Fidelity AnalysisLea, Tess; Abrami, Phillip; Harper, Helen; Helmer, Janet; Savage, Robert; Wolgemuth, Jennifer; Gender and Cultural StudiesExamining the Impact of ABRACADABRA on Early Literacy in Northern Australia: An Implementation Fidelity Analysis, The Journal of Educational Research, vol.107, 4, 2014,pp 299-311
2013Improving the state of health hardware in Australian Indigenous housing: building more houses is not the only answerLea, Tess; Torzillo, Paul; Pholeros, Paul; Rainow, Stephan; Sowerbutts, Tim; Gender and Cultural Studies; Central Clinical School: MedicineImproving the state of health hardware in Australian Indigenous housing: building more houses is not the only answer, International Journal of Circumpolar Health, vol.72, N/A, 2013,pp 1-6
2017Infrastructure reform in Indigenous Australia: From mud to mining to military empiresLea, Tess; Gender and Cultural StudiesInfrastructure reform in Indigenous Australia: From mud to mining to military empires in Infrastructures and Social Complexity: A Companion, Routledge (Taylor and Francis), 2017, pp. 64-75
2016Senses, ethnography and spatial politics: storying DarwinLea, Tess; Gender and Cultural StudiesSenses, ethnography and spatial politics: storying Darwin, Postcolonial Studies, vol.19, 1, 2016,pp 107-112
2016A Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian SecurityLea, Tess; Rollo, Stuart; Gender and Cultural Studies; HistoryA Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian Security in Hearts and Minds: US Cultural Management in 21st Century Foreign Relations, Peter Lang Publishing, 2016, pp. 17-42
2016A Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian SecurityLea, Tess; Rollo, Stuart; Gender and Cultural Studies; HistoryA Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian Security in Hearts and Minds: US Cultural Management in 21st Century Foreign Relations, Peter Lang Publishing, 2016, pp. 17-42
2016A Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian SecurityLea, Tess; Rollo, Stuart; Gender and Cultural Studies; HistoryA Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian Security in Hearts and Minds: US Cultural Management in 21st Century Foreign Relations, Peter Lang Publishing, 2016, pp. 17-42
2016A Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian SecurityLea, Tess; Rollo, Stuart; Gender and Cultural Studies; HistoryA Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian Security in Hearts and Minds: US Cultural Management in 21st Century Foreign Relations, Peter Lang Publishing, 2016, pp. 17-42
2016A Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian SecurityLea, Tess; Rollo, Stuart; Gender and Cultural Studies; HistoryA Servant is Not Greater Than His Master: American Primacy in Australian Security in Hearts and Minds: US Cultural Management in 21st Century Foreign Relations, Peter Lang Publishing, 2016, pp. 17-42