David Turnbull Publications

VEIL Senior Research Fellow

Dr. David Turnbull


Turnbull, D (2011) On the Trails of Markers and Proxies: The Socio-cognitive Technologies of Human Movement, Knowledge Assemblage, and Their Relevance to the Etiology of Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma Chinese Journal of Cancer, 30(2): 85-95.

Turnbull, D (2010) Trails and Tales: Multiple Stories of Human Movement and Modernity, Arctic Geopolitics and Autonomy, Arctic Perspective Cahier Series No. 2, M. T. Bravo and N. Triscott Eds). Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz.

Turnbull, D (2009) Introduction: Futures for Indigenous Knowledges, Futures: Special Issue on The Futures of Indigenous Knowledges, Guest Editor David Turnbull, 41(1): 1-5.

Turnbull, D (2009) Boundary-Crossings, Cultural Encounters and Knowledge Spaces in Early Australia, The Brokered World: Go-Betweens and Global Intelligence 1770-1820, S. Schaffer, L. Roberts, K. Raj and J. Delbourgo Eds). Sagamore Beach, Science History Publications: 387-428.

Turnbull, D (2007 ) Maps, Narratives and Trails: Performativity, Hodology, Distributed Knowledge in Complex Adaptive Systems– An Approach to Emergent Mapping, Geographical Research, 45(2): 140-9.

Turnbull, D (2006) Movement, Boundaries, Rationality and the State: The Ngaanyatyarra Land Claim, the Tordesillas Line and the West Australian Border, Moving Anthropology: Critical Indigenous Studies, T. Lea, E. Kowal and G. Cowlishaw Eds). Darwin, Charles Darwin University Press: 185-200.

Turnbull, D (2005) Multiplicity, Criticism and Knowing What to Do Next: Way-finding in a Transmodern World’. Response to Meera Nanda’s Prophets Facing Backwards, Social Epistemology, 19(1): 19-32.

Turnbull, D (2005) Locating, Negotiating, and Crossing Boundaries: A Western Desert Land Claim, The Tordesillas Line and The West Australian Border, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 23(Boundary Variations. eds Annemarie Mol and John Law): 757-70.

Turnbull, D (2004) Narrative Traditions of Space, Time and Trust in Court: Terra Nullius, ‘wandering’, The Yorta Yorta Native Title Claim, and The Hindmarsh Island Bridge Controversy, Expertise in Regulation and Law, G. Edmond (Ed. Aldershot, Ashgate: 166-83.

Turnbull, D (2002) Performance and Narrative, Bodies and Movement in the Construction of Places and Objects, Spaces and Knowledges: The Case of The Maltese Megaliths, Theory, Culture and Society, 19(5&6): 125-43.

Turnbull, D (2003 2nd ed (1st ed 2000)) Masons, Tricksters and Cartographers: Comparative Studies in the Sociology of Scientific and Indigenous Knowledge, London, Routledge. Also available at http://www.amazon.com/Masons-Tricksters-Cartographers-Comparative-Scientific/dp/9058230015

Turnbull, D (1997) Reframing Science and Other Local Knowledge Traditions, Futures, 29(6): 551-62.

Turnbull, D (1996) Cartography and Science in Early Modern Europe: Mapping the Construction of Knowledge Spaces, Imago Mundi, 48: 5-24.