Publications

Refereed Journal Articles

Smith, C., G. Jackson, J. Ralph and the Barunga community 2020 An engaged archaeology field school with a remote Aboriginal community. Successes, failures and challenges. Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage. In press.

Smith, C., H. Burke, J. Ralph, K. Pollard, A. Gorman, C. Wilson, S. Hemming, D. Rigney, D. Wesley, M. Morrison, D. McNaughton, I. Domingo, I. Moffat, A. Roberts, J. Koolmatrie, J. Willika, B. Pamkal and G. Jackson 2019 Pursuing social justice through collaborative archaeologies in Aboriginal Australia. Archaeologies: Journal of the World Archaeological Congress 15(3):536-569.

Ralph, J. and C. Smith 2014 ‘We’ve got better things to do than worry about Whitefella politics’: Contemporary Indigenous graffiti and recent government interventions in Jawoyn Country. Australian Archaeology 78:75-83.

Book Chapters

Smith, C., J. Ralph, K. Pollard, and C. de Leiuen 2020 Social justice: the material drivers of inequality. In L.A. De Cunzo and C. Dann Roeber (eds), Handbook of Material Culture Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. In Press.

Smith, C. and J. Ralph 2020 Engaged archaeology. In C. Smith (ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer.

Smith, C., J. Ralph, J. McKinnon, M. Ebbs, K. Lower and V. Copley Snr 2017 A new framework for interpreting contact rock art: reassessing the rock art at Nackara Springs, South Australia. In B. David and I.J. McNiven (eds), The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology and Anthropology of Rock Art, pp.587-610. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ralph, J. 2014 Graffiti archaeology. In C. Smith (ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, pp.3102-3107. New York: Springer.

Ralph, J. 2014 John Mulvaney. In C. Smith (ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, pp.5095-5097. New York: Springer.

Ralph, J. 2014 World Archaeological Congress and cultural heritage management. In C. Smith (ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, pp.7870-7874. New York: Springer.

Theses

Ralph, J. 2012 Convenient Canvasses: An Archaeology of Social Identity and Contemporary Graffiti in Jawoyn Country, Northern Territory, Australia. Unpublished BArch(Hons) thesis, Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, Adelaide.

Guest Lectures

Ralph, J. 2017 From Banksy to Barunga: Graffiti as modern material culture. Unpublished paper presented in ARCH2212 Archaeology of Modern Society at Flinders University, 23 May 2017.

Wallis, L.A., J. Huntley, A. Watchman and J. Ralph 2016 Investigating the painted rock art of the Central Pilbara. Unpublished paper presented in the Archaeology seminar series at the University of Queensland, 10 March 2016.

Conference Papers and Posters

Ralph, J. and J. Willika 2017 Lokap la Berrimah, Lokap la hom: An archaeology of incarceration in a present-day Aboriginal community. Unpublished paper presented at the Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Melbourne, December, 2017.

Ralph, J. 2016 Flawed familiarity: An archaeology of contemporary culture contact in an Australian Aboriginal community. Unpublished paper presented to the Eighth World Archaeological Congress Conference, Kyoto, Japan, August 2016.

Wallis, L.A., J. Huntley, A. Watchman and J. Ralph 2015 Painting the Pilbara: An overview of the painted rock art of the Hamersley Plateau. Unpublished paper presented at the Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Fremantle, December 2015.

Ralph, J. 2013 Today ArchSoc, tomorrow the world: Perspectives from a student representative. Unpublished paper presented to the Seventh World Archaeological Congress Conference, The Dead Sea, Jordan, January 2013.

Ralph, J. 2012 Convenient Canvasses: An archaeology of social identity and contemporary graffiti in Jawoyn Country, Northern Territory, Australia. Unpublished paper presented to the Australian Rock Art Research Association Conference, Adelaide, July 2012.

Ralph, J. 2012 The writing on the wall: An Archaeology of Contemporary Indigenous Graffiti in Jawoyn Country, NT. Unpublished paper presented to the Contemporary Archaeology in Australia Conference, Sydney.

Ralph, J. 2011 Signs of Communication: An Archaeology of Contemporary Indigenous Graffiti in Jawoyn Country, NT. Unpublished paper presented to the Australian Archaeological Association Annual Conference, Toowoomba, December 2011.

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