Dr Kim de Rijke
|Dr Kim de Rijke|
Phone: (+61 7) 336 52893
Fax: (+61 7) 336 51544
Room 423, Level 4,
Michie Building (#9), St Lucia Campus
PhD (Anthropology), The University of Queensland
MA (Anthropology), The University of Nijmegen
Fellow of the Australian Anthropological Society
Senior Anthropologist, Central Queensland Land Council Aboriginal Corporation, 2005-2008
Managing Anthropologist, Kimberley Land Council Aboriginal Corporation, 2003-2005
- Environmental anthropology
- Place, identity and natural resources
- Land, water and coal seam gas disputes
- The history of Australian anthropology
- Native title and Aboriginal cultural heritage
- Regions: Australia, The Netherlands, Alaska
de Rijke, K. (2013) Coal Seam Gas and Social Impact Assessment: An Anthropological Contribution to Current Debates and Practices. Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 15 (3), Article 3. [LINK]
de Rijke, K. (2013) The Agri-Gas Fields of Australia: Black Soil, Food and Unconventional Gas. Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 35 (1): 41-53.
de Rijke, K. (2013) Hydraulically Fractured: Unconventional gas and anthropology. Anthropology Today 29 (2): 13-17.
de Rijke, K. (2012) The Symbolic Politics of Belonging and Community in Peri-Urban Environmental Disputes: the Traveston Crossing Dam in Queensland, Australia. Oceania 82 (3): 278-293.
de Rijke, K. & Jefferies, T. (2011) Caroline Tennant-Kelly, Activist and Anthropologist: Fieldwork Accounts of Australian Aboriginal Culture in the 1930s. In T. Bauman and G. MacDonald (eds.) Unsettling Anthropology: The Demands of Native Title on Worn Concepts and Changing Lives. Canberra: The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, pp. 168-182.
Trigger, D., de Rijke, K., Jefferies, T., Jones, C., & Williams, M. (2011) The Caroline Tennant-Kelly Ethnographic Collection: Fieldwork Accounts of Australian Aboriginal Culture in the 1930s. [DVD] Brisbane: The University of Queensland.
de Rijke, K. (2009) Rural Culture and Urban Water Security: the Traveston Crossing Dam Case. In: D. Kendal (ed.) Proceedings of the Universitas 21 International Graduate Conference: Sustainable Cities for the Future. Melbourne and Brisbane, pp. 33-35.
de Rijke, K. (2006) [Book review] David McKnight – Going the Whiteman’s Way. Kinship and Marriage among Australian Aborigines. Anthropos. International Review of Anthropology and Linguistics 101 (1): 304-306.