2015; ‘Oath Signed in Oil on Canvas’, The Mercury Newsaper Hobart, 20 August, 2015 (opinion) http://www.themercury.com.au/news/opinion/oath-signed-in-oil-on-canvas/story-fnj4f64i-1227490515007
2015; ‘Money Can’t Buy Soul of the Nation’, The Mercury Newspaper, 9 July (opinion), http://www.themercury.com.au/news/opinion/talking-point-money-cant-buy-soul-of-this-nation/story-fnj4f64i-1227434081891
2014; ‘An Artist’s Sardonic Take on a Quixotic Tragedy’, The Mercury Newspaper Hobart, 13 July, 2014 (opinion) http://www.themercury.com.au/news/opinion/sunday-soapbox-artists-sardonic-take-on-a-quixotic-tragedy/story-fnj4f64i-1226986729545
2014; ‘Artwork Sparks Heartache’, The Mercury Newspaper Hobart, 20 July, 2014 (opinion) http://www.themercury.com.au/news/opinion/sunday-soapbox-artwork-sparks-heartache/story-fnj4f64i-1226994725334
2013; Looking for a Long-lost Hero, ‘The Mercury Newspaper’ Hobart, 28 December, 2013 (opinion) http://www.themercury.com.au/news/opinion/looking-for-a-long-lost-local-hero/story-fnj4f64i-1226790894055
Academic – Art, Science and Humanities
2015; ‘Benjamin Duterrau: the art of conciliation’, Journal of War and Culture Studies, vol 8, no 2.
2013; Indigenous Engagement with Science: towards deeper understandings, (ed.), Department of Innovation, Industry, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, Canberra.
2013 ‘Tasmanian Gothic: the art of Australia’s forgotten war’, The Griffith Review, 39
2012; ‘The Silence was Everywhere’, Australian Book Review, No 343.
2011; ‘The Devil We Know’, in Robinson’s Cup, Quilliam, D (ed.), Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston.
2011; Friendly Mission: The Tasmanian journals and papers of George Augustus Robinson 1829–1834, in Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2011, no 1
2011; ‘Beyond White Guilt’, in Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia, vol 2, no 2
2011; ‘Fearing Trucanini’, Artlink vol 31, no 2
2011; ‘The Jerry Snake’, in Yarning Strong, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne
2010; ‘Pleading Robinson’, Australian Humanities Review, 49
2010; ‘A Finger of Wilderness: interpreting the Indigenous Culture of Mt Wellington’, Interpreting Australia, 42
2009; ‘What Would You Do?’ Artlink vol 29, no 2
2008; ‘Two Thousand Generations of Place-making’, in Making Sense of Place, Valclay, F., (ed.) National Museum of Australia, Canberra.
2008; ‘A Snake and a Seal’, in Heartsick for Country, Morgan, S., Tjalaminu, M., Kwaymullina, B., (eds.), Fremantle Press, North Fremantle.
2007; ‘Make Places for the Young’, in Gee, H., (ed.) River of Verse, Black Water Press, Buckland, Tas.
2006; ‘Being Here: authenticity and presence in Tasmanian Aboriginal art’ in Reynolds, A., J., (ed.) Keeping Culture: Aboriginal Tasmania, National Museum of Australia, Canberra.
2005; ‘Tyerelore Culture’, in Alexander, A ., (ed), The Companion to Tasmanian History. Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, Hobart.
2005; ‘Matriarchs of Survival’, in Alexander, A., (ed), The Companion to Tasmanian History. Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, Hobart.
2005; ‘The Palawa Voice: exploring identity through research, history and land’, in Alexander, A., (ed), The Companion to Tasmanian History. Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies, Hobart.
2004; ‘The Trouble with Paradise’, in Imaging Nature: Environment, Media and Tourism, an interdisciplinary conference, Lester, E., Ellis, C. (eds), 27 – 29 June, 2004, Cradle Mountain, University of Tasmania.
2004; ‘Authentic and Essential’, Australian Humanities Review, 33.
2003; ‘Reconciling Ruin’, Historic Environment, vol 17, no 1.
2003; ‘As A Small Boy’, in Murray, K., (ed.) Haven: The Art and Craft of Refuge in Tasmania, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart.
2003; ‘Telling Us True’, in Manne, R., (ed.) Whitewash: on Keith Windschuttle’s Fabrication of Aboriginal History, Black Inc Agenda, Melbourne.
2001; ‘Turning Back the Clock: fire, biodiversity and indigenous community development in Tasmania’, in Working on Country: indigenous environmental management in Australia, Baker, R., Davies, J., Young, E., (eds), Oxford University Press, South Melbourne.
2001; Understanding Our Places, (multimedia). Tasmanian Aboriginal Land Council, Hobart.
2001; ‘Tense Pasts: narratives of gaps and silences’, Artlink, Vol 21, no 2.
2000; ‘Patriot Games’, Island, 84.
2000; ‘Tarner, a Source of Palawa Spirituality’, in The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne.
2000; ‘Trukanini: an identity transformed’, in The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne.
2000; ‘Turning Back the Clock: fire, biodiversity and indigenous community development in Tasmania’, in Links between Cultures and Biodiversity (ed. Xu Jianchu), Proceedings of the Cultures and Biodiversity Congress 2000, 20-30 July 2000, Yunnan, P. R. China, Yunnan Science and Technology Press, Kunming.
2000; ‘Lola Greeno and Lenna Newson’, in Beyond the Pale, 2000 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Adelaide.
1999; ‘A Desire for Uncertainty’, Island , 79.
1998; ‘With Fire the Country is Cleaned Up’, in Terra Spiritus …with a darker shade of pale, Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston.
1998; ‘Containment Dreaming’, Siglo, 10.
1997; ‘First Voice’, Siglo, 7.
1997; ‘Life’s Quiet Companion’, in Carey, G., (ed), The Penguin Book of Death, Penguin, Ringwood.
1996: ‘Life’s Quiet Companion’ (incl. poetry), Island, 69.
1996; Aboriginal Management in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Parks and Wildlife Service, Hobart.
1995; Aboriginal Interpretation of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area: A Strategy for Interpreting the Culture and Heritage of Tasmanian Aborigines, Tasmanian Aboriginal Land Council, Hobart.
1995, Back to Cape Barren, Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, Hobart.
1995; Tantima, Our Rocky Cape, Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, Hobart.
1995; Patalinya, Our Oyster Cove, Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, Hobart.
1994; ‘Being Black’, in The Illustrated History of Humankind, Vol 5, Burenhult G., (ed), American Museum of Natural History, Harper, San Francisco.
1994; ‘The Palawa of Tasmania’, in The Illustrated History of Humankind, Vol 5, Burenhult G., (ed), American Museum of Natural History, Harper, San Francisco.
1993; Our Land, Our Sites, (mutimedia),Tasmanian Aboriginal Land Council, Hobart.
1993; A Place in Our Heritage: the role and scope of the Australian Heritage Commission’s National Estate Grants Program: Tasmanian Aboriginal Priorities and Perspectives, Tasmanian Office of the National Estate, Hobart.
1992; ‘Battle for our Heritage’, Habitat Australia, Vol 19, no 3
1992; Report and Recommendations – King River Archaeological Study. Tasmanian Aboriginal Land Council Aboriginal Corporation, Hobart.
1990; Report on Issues Underlying Aboriginal Over-representation in the Criminal Justice System, Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, Canberra.