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Heyes, S.A & Helgen, K.M. (Eds.) 2014. Mammals of Ungava and Labrador: The 1882-84 Field notes of Lucien M. Turner together with Inuit and Innu Knowledge, Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, Washington D.C, USA. Book received honorary mention, William Mills Prize for Non-Fiction Polar Books 2016. Buy
Heyes, S.A., & Tuiteci, S. (Eds.) 2013. Transects: Windows into Boandik Country. Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Canberra. PDF
Tucker, R., Low Choy, D., Heyes, S.A., Revell, G., Jones, D., 2018. Re-casting terra nullius design-blindness: better teaching of Indigenous Knowledge and protocols in Australian architecture education, International Journal of Technology and Design Education 28(1):303-322. PDF
Jones, D., Low Choy, D., Tucker, R., Revell, G., Heyes, S.A. and Bird, S. 2016. Educating for Designing in and Planning for Country: Introducing Built Environment Students to Indigenous Protocols and Knowledge, Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues 19(1-2): 176-192. Link
Heyes, S.A. & Saniga, A. 2015. Sensing a remote coastal landscape: How an aboriginal culture camp experience informed conceptual design thinking of public spaces in Australia [online]. PAN: Philosophy Activism Nature, No. 11, 2014/2015: 48-62. PDF
Heyes, S.A., New, D. and Tuiteci, S. 2015. Mapping the “Unseen” Landscape: Using Participatory Mapping to Raise Awareness of Aboriginal Landscapes in the South East of South Australia, Projet de Paysage: A Landscape International Review, Special Online Issue 12: Landscape and Culture. PDF
Burroughs, S. & Heyes, S.A. 2014. The Studio as Advocacy Entrepreneurship and the Development of a Social Consciousness: A Design Project on Aboriginal Lands, Fusion Journal, Issue 3 (Special Online Issue: “The Studio”) PDF
Heyes, S.A. 2011. Cracks in the Knowledge: Sea Ice Terms in Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, Canadian Geographer 55 (1): 69-90. PDF
Heyes, S.A. 2002. Protecting the Authenticity and Integrity of Inuksuit within the Arctic Milieu. Inuit Studies, 26 (1-2): 133-156. Link
Heyes, S.A., Jacobs, P. & Puttayuk, P. 2001, Landscape Perception and Way-finding in the Arctic. Kerb: Journal of Landscape Architecture 10. Link
Heyes, S.A. and Dowsley, M. 2018. Placemaking in the Canadian Arctic in Handbook of Contemporary Indigenous Architecture, eds. E. Grant & K. Greenop, A.L. Refiti, and D.J. Glenn, Springer, Singapore, p. 283-299.
Revell. G., Heyes, S., Jones, S., Low-Choy, D., Tucker, R., Bird, S. 2018. Enough is Enough: Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Living Heritage and the (Re)Shaping of Built Environment Design Education in Australia in Handbook of Contemporary Indigenous Architecture, eds. E. Grant & K. Greenop, A.L. Refiti, and D.J. Glenn, Springer, Singapore, 465-493.
Heyes, S.A. 2011. Between the trees and the tides: Inuit ways of discriminating space in a coastal and boreal landscape. In Landscape in Language, Mark, David M., Andrew G. Turk, Niclas Burenhult and David Stea (eds.), John Benjamins Publishing, Amsterdam,187–223.
Heyes, S.A. 2010. Réveiller les récits d’un paysage arctique [Awakening the Stories of an Arctic Landscape], in Les Inuit et les Cris du nord du Québec: Territoire, gouvernance, société et culture [Cree and Inuit of Northern Quebec: Territory, governance, society, and culture], ed. J.G. Petit, Y.B. Viger, P. Aatami, and A. Iserhoff, Presses universitaires de Rennes, Rennes, 301-314. ISBN: 9782753512481
Heyes, S.A. 2010. Water: The lifeblood of a landscape, the heart of the seasons, in Adelaide: Water of a City, ed. C.B Daniels, Wakefield Press, Adelaide, 146-150.
Heyes, S.A, & Jacobs, P. 2008. Losing Place: Diminishing Traditional Knowledge of the Arctic Coastal Landscape, in Making Sense of Place: exploring concepts and expressions of place through different senses and lenses, ed. F. Vanclay, J. Malpas, M. Higgins, & A. Blackshaw, National Museum of Australia, Canberra, 135-154.
Heyes, S.A. 2002. Preserving the Legacy of Inuksuit in Arctic Canada. Australia ICOMOS National Conference: 20th Century Heritage, Our Recent Cultural Legacy, ed. D.S. Jones, School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture & Urban Design, 176-187.
Heyes, S.A. 2018. Review of Shem Pete’s Alaska: the territory of the Upper Cook Inlet Dena’ina (revised second edition) by James Kari, James A. Fall, and Shem Pete, 2016. Foreword by William Bright. University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks. Reviewed in Alaska Journal of Anthropology 16(1): 109-110. PDF
REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS
Jones, D., Low Choy, D., Revell, G., Heyes, S., Tucker, R. & Bird, S. 2016. Planning for Country: Empowering Built Environment students with Indigenous Protocols and Knowledge, Australian & New Zealand Association of Planning Schools (ANZAPS), October 23-25, RMIT, Proceedings of the translating urban planning research and pedagogy in to practice 2015 conference, Melbourne Vic.
Heyes, S.A, New, D. Brash, A. Maher, J and Nichols, D. 2015. And you thought we were extinct: The revival of Aboriginal cultural practices and economic opportunities in the South East region of South Australia. International Indigenous Development Research Conference (IIDRC) 2014 Refereed Proceedings,Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence pg. 127-136. PDF
Jones, D., Low Choy, D., Heyes, S., Revell, G.,Tucker, R. & Meikle, H. 2014. Reverse Greening Australian Landscape Architecture Education: Charting an Indigenous Perspective on Country Respect and Design. IFLA Asia Pacific Congress, Sarawak 28-30 April, 2014.
Jones, D., Low Choy, D., Revell, G., Heyes, S., Tucker, R. & Meikle, H. 2013. Planning Education and Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Australia: Where Are We?, Australian & New Zealand Association of Planning Schools Conference, Canberra, University of Canberra, 27th September – 29th September 2013.
Heyes, S.A 2011. Recovering and Celebrating Inuit Knowledge through Design: The Making of a Virtual Storytelling Space, Indigenous Knowledge and Technology Conference Proceedings, Windhoek, Namibia. ISBN 978-99945-72-37-3. PDF
MAJOR AND COMMISSIONED REPORTS
Grant, E., & Heyes S, 2018. Housing and infrastructure for Aboriginal Peoples living with mental illness and/or psychosocial disability: Submission to the Parliament of South Australia’s Social Development Committee Inquiry into the provision of services for people with mental illness under the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). University of Canberra. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.24228.32643
Jones, DS, D Low Choy, R Tucker, S Heyes, G Revell & S Bird 2018, Indigenous Knowledge in the Built Environment: A Guide for Tertiary Educators. Canberra, ACT: Office for Learning and Teaching / Commonwealth Department of Education and Training; ISBN 978-1-76051-164-7 [PRINT], 978-1-76051-165-4 [PDF], 978-1-76051-166-1 [DOCX]; https://ltr.edu.au/resources/ID12-2418_Deakin_Jones_2018_Guide.pdf
Jones, DS, D Low Choy, G Revell, S Heyes, R Tucker & S Bird 2017, Re-casting Terra Nullius Blindness: Empowering Indigenous Protocols and Knowledge in Australian University Built Environment Education. Canberra, ACT: Office for Learning and Teaching, Commonwealth Department of Education and Training. ISBN 978-1-76051-136-4. PDF
Heyes, S.A., 2007. Inuit Knowledge and Perceptions of the Land-water Interface. PhD Dissertation, Dept. of Geography, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. PDF
Heyes, S.A. 2002. Inuit and Scientific Ways of Knowing and Seeing the Arctic Landscape. Master’s by Research Thesis, the University of Adelaide, School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design. Link
Heyes, S.A. 1999. The Kaurna Calendar: Seasons of the Adelaide Plains. Honours Thesis, School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, the University of Adelaide. Link
Heyes, S.A. 2014. Poster of Lucien M. Turner’s 1882 Voyage From Montreal to Fort Chimo, Ungava Bay. Exhibited at the official book launch of Mammals of Ungava and Labrador: the 1882-1884 Fieldnotes of Lucien M. Turner together with Inuit and Innu Knowledge (eds. SA Heyes and KM Helgen, Smithsonian Scholarly Press, Washington DC, 2014), National Library of Australia, 1 July, 2014.
Heyes, S.A. 2010. Inuit terms and knowledge of sea ice. A poster presented at the 2010 Smithsonian Institution “Inside-out” Folklife Festival, Washington DC, Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History.
Heyes, S.A. 2008. Aboriginal Fishtrap. A poster presented at the Cultural Waters Exhibition, Curated by S Heyes, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, the University of Melbourne.
Heyes, S.A. 2008. Cultural Waters: Reflections on Ngarrindjeri connections to the Coorong and Lower Lakes, South Australia. A poster presented at the Cultural Waters Exhibition, Curated by S Heyes, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, the University of Melbourne.
Heyes, S.A. 2007. Diminishing Knowledge: Inuit Nomenclature of the Land-Water Interface. A poster presented at ArcticNet: Network of Centres of Excellence of Canada Annual Scientific Meeting, Collingwood, Ontario, Canada.
Heyes, S.A. 2004. The Transmission of Inuit Knowledge of the Land-water Interface, ArcticNet: Annual Scientific Meeting Dec 5-8, Quebec City, Canada.
Heyes, S.A. 2004. Inuit Perceptions, Uses, and attitudes of the Maritime Realm of the Hudson Strait, The Arctic Coastal Dynamics (ACD) Colloquia Oct 13-16, McGill University, Canada.