An essay published in the Griffith Review in 2012. The essay covers the influence and impact of white people working in remote Aboriginal communities. It assesses Indigenous identity and connection to Country within these communities and the effect of Non-Indigenous involvement.
Gunyah, Goondie and Wurley: The Aboriginal architecture of Australia is a research document published by the University of Queensland Press in 2007. The research explores a range and complexity of Aboriginal-designed structures and spaces to debunk inaccurate notions of early Aboriginal architecture and settlement. It additionally features a brief overview of post-1970 collaborative architecture between white Australian architects and Aboriginal clients, as framework for ongoing debate on Aboriginal lifestyles and cultural heritage.