Rigsby, Bruce and Hafner, Diane (2011). Place and property at Yintjingga/ Port Stewart under Aboriginal law and Oueensland law. In Brett Baker, Ilana Mushin, Mark Harvey and Rod Gardner (Ed.), Indigenous language and social identity: Papers in honour of Michael Walsh (pp. 33-44) Canberra, ACT, Australia: Pacific Linguistics.
Hafner, Diane and Brian, Deborah (2010). Technology and the body in aboriginal identity making. In Bianca Maria Pirani and Ivan Varga (Ed.), Acting bodies and social networks: A bridge between technology and working memory (pp. 329-347) Lanham, Maryland, USA: University Press of America.
Hafner, Diane (2010). The memory of country: Joe Rootsey's experience as an artist. In Bruce McLean and Diane Hafner (Ed.), Joe Rootsey: Queensland Aboriginal painter 1918-63 (pp. 24-29) South Brisbane, Qld, Australia: Queensland Art Gallery.
Hafner, Diane (2008). The past, present: Lamalama interactions with memory and technology. In Bianca Maria Pirani and Ivan Varga (Ed.), The New Boundaries Between Bodies and Technologies (pp. 251-268) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Hafner, Diane, Epworth, David and Salmon, Matt (2006). Planning for agreement in Cape York Peninsula: The pastoral properties planning project. In M. Langton, O. Mazel, L. Palmer, K. Shain and M. Tehan (Ed.), Settling with Indigenous people: Modern treaty and agreement-making (pp. 115-133) Annandale, N.S.W.: Federation Press.
Hafner, Diane (2005). Images of Port Stewart: Interpreting Thomson's Photography. In Bruce Rigsby and Nicolas Peterson (Ed.), Donald Thomson, the man and scholar (pp. 211-230) Canberra, ACT, Australia: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia with support from Museum Victoria.
Jolly, Lesley and Hafner, Diane (2003). A Step in the Right Direction: Putting Theoretical Knowledge into Practice. In Lesley Jolly and Diane Hafner (Ed.), A Step in the Right Direction (pp. 3-8) Ipswich, Qld, Australia: The University Of Queensland Press.
Rigsby, Bruce, Allen, Lindy and Hafner, Diane (2015) The legacy of Norman B. Tindale at Princess Charlotte Bay in 1927: Lamalama engagement with museum collections. Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia, 39 .
Hafner, Diane (2015) Death, funerals and emotion in an Australian Aboriginal community. Ethnos, 1-20. doi:10.1080/00141844.2015.1045915
Hafner, Diane (2013) Objects, agency and context: Australian Aboriginal expressions of connection in relation to museum artefacts. Journal of Material Culture, 18 4: 347-366. doi:10.1177/1359183513502262
Hafner, Diane (2012) Lamalama people and objects: the location and sustainability of indigenous heritage. International Journal of Heritage and Sustainable Development, 2 1: 17-28.
Jansen, Danni, Cuthill, Michael and Hafner, Diane (2012) Defining identity in the face of rapid urban growth: Changing times in a regional Australian city. Urban Policy and Research, 30 2: 161-174. doi:10.1080/08111146.2012.664895
Hafner, Diane (2011) Noel Packard (ed.), Sociology of Memory: Papers from the Spectrum. International Sociology, 26 5: 671-674. doi:10.1177/02685809110260050905
Hafner, Diane (2010) Viewing the past through ethnographic collections: Indigenous people and the materiality of images and objects. Museum History Journal, 3 2: 257-280.
Newcombe, Peter A., Van Den Eynde, Julie, Hafner, Diane and Jolly, Lesley (2008) Attributions of Responsibility for Rape: Differences Across Familiarity of Situation, Gender and Acceptance of Rape Myths. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38 7: 1736-1754. doi:10.1111/j.1559-1816.2008.00367.x
Allen, L. and Hafner, D. (2007) The Lamalama and their heritage material in European museums. Museums Australia Magazine, 36 3: 8-9.
Trigger, David, Babidge, Sally, Oertierra, Anna, Ross, Annie and Hafner, Diane (2012). Cars, museums, collecting: objects and the nature of heritage. In: Culture and context in a material world: Australian Anthropological Society Conference 2012. Australian Anthropological Society Conference, St Lucia, Qld., Australia, (115-116). 26-29 September 2012.
Hafner, Diane (2010). Lamalama heritage in museums and on country: The changing contexts of identity. In: Rogério Amoêda, Sérgio Lira and Cristina Pinheiro, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development. Heritage 2010 – 2nd International Conference on Heritage and Sustainable Development, Evora, Portugal, (941-949). 22-26 June 2010.
Hafner, Diane (2008). Pictures of the old people: Lamalama participation in technologies of memory. In: ASA, ASAANZ & AAS 2008 Joint Annual Conference: Ownership and Appropriation. Conference programme and book of abstracts.. ASA08: Ownership and appropriation. A joint international conference of the ASA, the ASAANZ and the AAS, Auckland, New Zealand, (66-66). 8-12 December 2008.
Allen, Lindy and Hafner, Diane (2007). Images and objects as memory: Perspectives on the Donald Thomson collection. In: Proceedings of: The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities. The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Paris, France, (). 17-20 July 2007.
Hafner, Diane, Rigsby, Bruce, Allen, Lindy, Wilmot, Simon and Wrench, Rosemary (2007). Museums and memory as agents of social change. In: Proceedings of: The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities. The Fifth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, Paris, France, (). 17-20 July 2007.
Hafner, D (2005). The Past in the present: Lamalama relationships to memory and the old people. In: Memories in action: the role of memories in social change. Proceedings of: Mid Term Conference of WGO3 The Body in the Social Sciences Conference. WG O3: The Body in the Social Sciences, Rome, Italy, (). 12–14 July 2005.
Hafner, Diane A. (2004). The Horrific Past: solid memories, ephemeral objects. In: Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference Proceedings. Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference, Melbourne, (). 28 September - 1 October, 2004.
Jolly, Lesley and Hafner, Diane (2003). Kinship and community development on Cape York Peninsula. In: Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference: Proceedings. Australian Anthropological Society Annual Conference 2003: Anthropology and Pragmatism, Sydney, (). 1-3 October 2003.
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Hafner, Diane (1999). Feelings in the heart: Aboriginal experiences of land, emotion, and kinship in Cape York Peninsula PhD Thesis, Tropical Health Program, The University of Queensland.