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In preparation

Rodney Harrison and Colin Sterling 

Heritage in More-than-Human Worlds

Guest Edited Journals

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Caitlin DeSilvey and Rodney Harrison (eds) 2020 Anticipating Loss: Rethinking Endangerment in Heritage Futures. International Journal of Heritage Studies 26(1): 1-103.

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Tony Bennett, Ben Dibley and Rodney Harrison (eds) 2014 Anthropology, Collecting and Colonial Governmentalities. History and Anthropology 25(2): 137-311.

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Rodney Harrison and John Schofield (eds) 2009 Archaeo-ethnography, auto-archaeology: introducing archaeologies of the contemporary past. Archaeologies 5(2): 185-359.

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Rodney Harrison, Jo Macdonald and Peter Veth (eds) 2005 Archaeology and Native Title. Australian Aboriginal Studies 2005:1.

Journal articles and book chapters


Breithoff, E., & Harrison, R. (2020). From Ark to Bank: Extinction, proxies and biocapital in ex-situ biodiversity conservation practices. International Journal of Heritage Studies 26(1): 37-55.

 
Breithoff, E., & Harrison, R. (2020). Making Futures in End Times: Nature Conservation in the Anthropocene. In R. Harrison & C. Sterling (eds) Deterritorializing the Future: Heritage in, of and after the Anthropocene. Open Humanities Press, London.  

 

DeSilvey, C., & Harrison, R. (2020). Anticipating Loss: Rethinking Endangerment in Heritage Futures. International Journal of Heritage Studies 26(1): 1-7.
 

Sterling, C. & Harrison, R. (2020). Introduction: Of Territories and Temporalities. In R. Harrison & C. Sterling (eds) Deterritorializing the Future: Heritage in, of and after the Anthropocene. Open Humanities Press, London.  
 

Harrison, R. (2019). Arqueologias de futuros e presentes emergentes. Vestígios - Revista Latino-Americana de Arqueologia Histórica, 12(2): 83-104. 
 

Harrison, R., Morel, H., Sterling, C., & Williams, H. (2018). Heritage Research: The AHRC Heritage Priority Area. Archaeology International, 21: 75-81.
 

Harrison, R. (2018). On Heritage Ontologies: Rethinking the Material Worlds of Heritage. Anthropological Quarterly, 91(4): 1365-1383.  
 

Harrison, R. (2018). Critical heritage studies beyond epistemic popularism. Antiquity 92(365), E9.
 

Harrison, R., Appelgren, S., & Bohlin, A. (2018). Belonging and Belongings: On Migrant and Nomadic Heritages in and for the Anthropocene. In Y. Hamilakis (Ed.), The New Nomadic Age: Archaeologies of Forced and Undocumented Migration. Sheffield, UK: Equinox.
 

Gardner, A., & Harrison, R. (2017). Brexit, Archaeology and Heritage: Reflections and Agendas. Papers from the Institute of Archaeology, 27(1).
 

Harrison, R. (2017). Freezing seeds and making futures: Endangerment, hope, security, and time in agrobiodiversity conservation practices. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment, 39(2): 80-89.
 

Harrison, R., Breithoff, E. (2017). Archaeologies of the Contemporary World. Annual Review of Anthropology, 46:203-221.
 

Harrison, R. (2016). Archaeologies of Emergent Presents and Futures. Historical Archaeology, 50 (3), 165-180.

 
Harrison, R. (2016). World Heritage Listing and the Globalization of the Endangerment Sensibility. In Vidal, F., Dias, N. (Eds.), Endangerment, Biodiversity and Culture. (pp. 195-217). Abingdon and New York: Routledge.


Harrison, R., Bartolini, N., DeSilvey, C., Holtorf, C., Lyons, A., Macdonald, S., May, S., Morgan, J., Penrose, S. (2016). Heritage Futures. Archaeology International, 19 68-72.
 

González-Ruibal, A., Harrison, R., Holtorf, C., Wilkie, L. (2015). Archaeologies of Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past: An Interview with Victor Buchli and Gavin Lucas. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology 1 (2), 265-276.


Harrison, R. (2015). Heritage and Globalisation. In Waterton, E., Watson, S. (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Heritage Research. (pp. 297-312). Palgrave.


Harrison, R. (2015). Beyond “Natural” and “Cultural” Heritage: Toward an Ontological Politics of Heritage in the Age of Anthropocene. Heritage & Society, 8 (1), 24-42.
 

Harrison, R., Wilkie, L., González-Ruibal, A., Holtorf, C. (2014). Editorial. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, 1 (1), 1-6.
 

Harrison, R., Bennett, T., Dibley, B. (2014). Introduction: Anthropology, Collecting and Colonial Governmentalities. History and Anthropology, 25 (2), 137-149.


Harrison, R. (2014). Observing, Collecting and Governing “Ourselves” and “Others”: Mass-Observation's Fieldwork Agencements. History and Anthropology, 25 (2), 227-245.

Ferris, N., Harrison, R., Beaudoin, M.A. (2014). Introduction: Rethinking Colonial Pasts through the Archaeologies of the Colonized. In

Ferris, N., Harrison, R., Wilcox, M. (Eds.), Rethinking Colonial Pasts through Archaeology.(pp. 1-34). Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.

Harrison, R. (2014). Shared Histories: Rethinking 'Colonized' and 'Colonizer' in the Archaeology of Colonialism. In Ferris, N., Harrison, R., Wilcox, M. (Eds.), Rethinking Colonial Pasts through Archaeology. (pp. 37-56). Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
 

Harrison, R. (2013). Forgetting to remember, remembering to forget: Heritage, late modernity and the ‘problem’ of memory. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 19 (6), 579-595.
 

Harrison, R. (2013). Assembling and Governing Cultures “at Risk”: Centers of Collection and Calculation, from the Museum to World Heritage. In Harrison, R., Byrne, S., Clarke, A. (Eds.), Reassembling the Collection: Ethnographic Museums and Indigenous Agency. (pp. 89-114). Santa Fe: School for Advanced Research Press.


Harrison, R. (2013). Heritage. In Graves-Brown, P., Harrison, R., Piccini, A. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Harrison, R., Graves-Brown, P., Piccini, A. (2013). Introduction. In Graves-Brown, P., Harrison, R., Piccini, A. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of the Contemporary World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Harrison, R. (2013). Reassembling Ethnographic Museum Collections. In Harrison, R., Byrne, S., Clarke, A. (Eds.), Reassembling the Collection: Ethnographic Museums and Indigenous Agency. (pp. 3-35). Santa Fe: School for Advanced Research Press.


Harrison, R. (2013). Scratching the Surface: Reassembling an archaeology in and of the present. In Gonzalez-Ruibal, A. (Ed.), Reclaiming Archaeology: Beyond the Tropes of Modernity. (pp. 44-55). Routledge.


Harrison, R. (2011). Archaeologies now. Creative interventions in the present for the future. Archaeological Dialogues, 18 (2), 180-196.


Harrison, R. (2011). Surface assemblages. Towards an archaeology in and of the present. Archaeological Dialogues, 18 (2), 141-161.
 

Harrison, R. (2011). ‘Counter-mapping’ heritage, communities and places in Australia and the UK. In Schofield, J., Szymanski, R. (Eds.), Local Heritage, Global Context: Cultural Perspectives on Sense of Place. (pp. 79-98). Farnham and Burlington: Ashgate.


Harrison, R. (2011). Consuming Colonialism: Curio-seller's catalogues, souvenir objects and Indigenous agency in Oceania. In Byrne, S., Clarke, A., Harrison, R., Torrence, R. (Eds.), Unpacking the Collection: Networks of Material and Social Agency in the Museum. (pp. 55-82). New York: Springer.
 

Byrne, S., Clarke, A., Harrison, R., Torrence, R. (2011). Networks, Agents and Objects: Frameworks for Unpacking Museum Collections. In Byrne, S., Clarke, A., Harrison, R., Torrence, R. (Eds.), Unpacking the Collection: Networks of Material and Social Agency in the Museum. (pp. 3-26). New York: Springer.


Harrison, R. (2010). ‘Where the cattle went, they went’: towards a phenomenological archaeology of mustering in the Kunderang Gorges, northeastern New South Wales. In Lewis, H., Semple, S. (Eds.), Perspectives in Landscape Archaeology. (pp. 45-54). Oxford: Archaeopress.
 

Harrison, R., Linkman, A. (2010). Critical approaches to heritage. In Harrison, R. (Ed.), Understanding the politics of heritage. (pp. 43-80). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
 

Harrison, R., Hughes, L. (2010). Heritage and postcolonialism. In Harrison, R. (Ed.), Understanding the politics of heritage. (pp. 234-269). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
 

Harrison, R. (2010). Heritage as Social Action. In West, S. (Ed.),Understanding heritage in practice. (pp. 240-276). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
 

Harrison, R., Rose, D.B. (2010). Intangible Heritage. In Benton, T. (Ed.),Understanding heritage and memory. (pp. 238-276). Manchester: Manchester Univ Press.
 

Harrison, R. (2010). Multicultural and minority heritage. In Benton, T. (Ed.),Understanding heritage and memory. (pp. 164-201). Manchester: Manchester Univ Press.
 

Harrison, R. (2010). Natural Heritage. In West, S. (Ed.), Understanding heritage in practice. (pp. 88-126). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
 

Harrison, R. (2010). Stone Artefacts. In Hicks, D., Beaudry, M.C. (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies. (pp. 515-536). Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
 

Harrison, R., Weinbren, D., Ferguson, R. (2010). The heritage of the contemporary past. In Benton, T. (Ed.), Understanding heritage and memory.(pp. 277-315). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
 

Harrison, R. (2010). The politics of heritage. In Harrison, R. (Ed.),Understanding the politics of heritage. (pp. 154-196). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
 

Harrison, R. (2010). What is Heritage?. In Harrison, R. (Ed.), Understanding the politics of heritage. (pp. 5-42). Manchester: Manchester University Press.

 

Harrison, R. (2010). Exorcising the 'plague of fantasies': Mass media and archaeology's role in the present; or, why we need an archaeology of 'now'. World Archaeology, 42 (3), 328-340.


Harrison, R., Schofield, J. (2009). Archaeo-Ethnography, auto-archaeology: Introducing archaeologies of the contemporary past. Archaeologies, 5 (2), 185-209.


Clune, G., Harrison, R. (2009). Coastal shell middens of the Abydos Coastal plain, Western Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 44 (SUPPL. 1), 70-80.


Harrison, R. (2009). Excavating second life: Cyber-Archaeologies, heritage and virtual communities. Journal of Material Culture, 14 (1), 75-106.


Harrison, R. (2009). Rationales for the production of Kimberley points: A reply to Akerman. Australian Aboriginal Studies, (2009/1), 89-91.
 

Harrison, R. (2009). The archaeology of the Port Hedland coastal plain and implications for understanding the prehistory of shell mounds and middens in northwestern Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 44 (SUPPL. 1), 81-98.
 

Harrison, R. (2009). Towards an Archaeology of the welfare state in Britain, 1945-2009. Archaeologies, 5 (2), 238-262.


Harrison, R. (2009). ‘three, two, one...?’: The material legacy of global Millennium celebrations. In Schofield, J. (Ed.), Defining moments: Dramatic archaeologies of the twentieth century. Studies in Contemporary and Historical Archaeology. (pp. 147-156). British Archaeological Reports.
 

Gibbs, M., Harrison, R. (2008). Dynamics of dispersion revisited? Archaeological context and the study of Aboriginal knapped glass artefacts in Australia. Australian Archaeology, 67 61-68.
 

Harrison, R. (2008). Historical archaeology in the Land of the Black Stump.In Mayne, A. (Ed.), Beyond the Black Stump: Histories of Outback Australia. (pp. 85-112). Kent Town: Wakefield Press.


Harrison, R. (2008). The politics of the past: conflict in the use of heritage in the modern world. In Fairclough, G., Harrison, R., Jameson, J.H., Schofield, J. (Eds.), The Heritage Reader. (pp. 177-190). Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
 

Harrison, R., Fairclough, G., Schofield, J., Jameson, J.H. (2008). Heritage, memory and modernity: An introduction. In Fairclough, G.J., Harrison, R., Schofield, J., Jameson, J.H. (Eds.), The Heritage Reader. (pp. 1-12). Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
 

Harrison, R., Gibbs, M., Przywolnik, K., Burke, S., Sellers, A. (2008).Engagements in the field: Teaching field archaeology in the context of a community-driven research project. Archaeological Heritage, 1 (1), 29-36.
 

Harrison, R. (2007). On Kimberley Points and the Politics of Enchantment: Reply to Akerman. Current Anthropology, 48 (1), 133-134.
 

Harrison, R. (2007). Materiality, ‘ambiguity’ and the unfamiliar in the Archaeology of Inter-Societal Confrontations: A Case Study from Northwest Australia. In Cornell, P., Fahlander, F. (Eds.), Encounters|Materialities|Confrontations: Archaeologies of Social Space and Interaction. (pp. 42-57). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press.
 

Harrison, R. (2006). An artefact of colonial desire? Kimberley points and the technologies of enchantment. Current Anthropology, 47 (1), 63-88.
 

Harrison, R. (2006). ‘It will always be set in your heart’: archaeology and community values at the former Dennawan Reserve, northwestern NSW, Australia. In Agnew, N., Bridgland, J. (Eds.), Of the Past, for the Future: Integrating Archaeology and Conservation. (pp. 94-101). Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute.
 

Harrison, R. (2006). Aboriginal people and pastoralism 1850-1950. In Davidson, I., Ryan, J.S., Piper, A. (Eds.), High Lean Country: Environment, Peoples and Tradition in New England. (pp. 111-121). Sydney: UNSW Press.


Harrison, R. (2005). Contact archaeology and Native Title in Australia. Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2005 (1), 16-29.


Harrison, R. (2005). Dreamtime, old time, this time: Archaeology, memory and the present-past in a northern Australian Aboriginal community. In Lydon, J., Ireland, T. (Eds.), Object Lessons: Archaeology and heritage in Australia. (pp. 243-264). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.


Harrison, R. (2004). Kimberley points and colonial preference: New insights into the chronology of pressure flaked point forms from the southeast Kimberley, Western Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 39 (1), 1-11.


Harrison, R. (2004). Contact archaeology and the landscapes of pastoralism in the North of Australia. In Murray, T. (Ed.), The Archaeology of Contact in Settler Societies. (pp. 109-143). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Harrison, R. (2004). Shared histories and the archaeology of the pastoral industry in Australia. In Harrison, R., Williamson, C. (Eds.), After Captain Cook: The archaeology of the Recent Indigenous Past in Australia. (pp. 37-58). Altamira Press.
 

Harrison, R., Williamson, C. (2004). Too many Captain Cooks? An archaeology of Aboriginal Australia after 1788. In Harrison, R., Williamson, C. (Eds.), After Captain Cook: The archaeology of the recent indigenous past in Australia. (pp. 1-14). Altamira Press.
 

McIntyre-Tamwoy, S., and Harrison, R. (2004). Monuments to colonialism? Stone arrangements, tourist cairns and turtle magic at Evans Bay, Cape York. Australian Archaeology, 59 31-42.
 

Harrison, R. (2003). ‘The Magical Virtue of These Sharp Things’: Colonialism, Mimesis and Knapped Bottle Glass Artefacts in Australia. Journal of Material Culture, 8 (3), 311-336.
 

Harrison, R. (2003). The archaeology of ‘lost places’: ruin, memory and the heritage of the Aboriginal diaspora in Australia. Historic Environment, 17 (1), 18-23.


Harrison, R. (2002). Archaeology and the colonial encounter: Kimberley spearpoints, cultural identity and masculinity in the north of Australia. Journal of Social Archaeology, 2 (3), 352-377.


Harrison, R. (2002). Australia’s Iron Age: Aboriginal post-contact metal artefacts from Old Lamboo station, southeast Kimberley, WA. Australasian Historical Archaeology, 20 67-76.


Harrison, R., Greer, S., McIntyre-Tamwoy, S. (2002). Community-based archaeology in Australia. World Archaeology, 34 (2), 265-287.
 

Harrison, R. (2000). ‘Nowadays with glass’: regional variation in Aboriginal bottle glass artefacts from Western Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 35 (1), 34-47.
 

Harrison, R. (2000). Challenging the 'authenticity' of antiquity: Contact Archaeology and Native Title in Australia. In Lilley, I. (Ed.), Native Title and the Transformation of Archaeology in a Postcolonial World. (pp. 35-53). Sydney: Oceania Publications.
 

Harrison, R., Frink, D. (2000). The OCR Carbon Dating Procedure in Australia: new dates from Wilinyjibari rockshelter, southeast Kimberley, Western Australia. Australian Archaeology, 51 (1), 6-15.
 

WORKING/DISCUSSION PAPER
Harrison, R. (2002). Pastoral Heritage and the NPWS Estate: A Discussion Paper. Hurstville, NSW: NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

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