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  • Bannister, K., S. Laird, and M. Solomon, 2010. "Fostering 'Mindfulness' in Traditional Knowledge Research: The Code of Ethics of the International Society of Ethnobiology" In S.M. Subramian and B. Pisupati (eds.) Traditional Knowledge in Policy and Practice: Approaches to Development and Human Well-being. United Nations University Press, 121-9.


  • McLay, E., K. Bannister, L. Joe, B. Thom, and G. Nicholas, 2008. "'A'lhut tu tet Sul'hweentst' Respecting the Ancestors: Understanding Hul'qumi'num Heritage Laws and Concerns for Protection of Archaelogical Heritage." In Catherine Bell and Val Napoleon (eds.) First Nations Cultural Heritage and Law: Case Studies, Voices and Perspectives. Vancouver: UBC Press, 158-202.


  • Nicholas, G. and K. Bannister, 2007. "Copyrighting the Past? Emerging Intellectual Property Rights in Archaelogÿ." In R. Muckle (ed.) Reading Archaelogy: An Introduction. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 89-120.


  • Tyler, S. 2006. "Learning from the Field: Applying Commons Theory in Practice." Paper presented to International Association for the Study of Common Property. Bali. June 23.

  • Tyler, S. 2006. "Implementing Forest and Land Tenure Reforms in Asia: Lessons from Experience and Recommendations for the Future."  Summary of discussions at Policy-Practice Seminar, International Association for the Study of Common Property. Bali. June 19.


  • Nicholas, G., and K. Bannister, 2004. "Intellectual Property Rights and Indigenous Cultural Heritage." In Mary Riley (ed.) Indigenous Intellectual Property Rights: Legal Obstacles and Innovative Solutions. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press, 309-340.


  • Dobell, R., S. Boychuck, K. Bannister, A. Morgan, S. Harron and G. Schreiber, 2002. "The Clayoquot Alliance for Research, Education and Training" in A Decade of Change: Shaping the Future. Proceedings of the 10th Anniversary Conference of Coastal Communities. Port Alberni, BC: Coastal Community Network, 2002: 61-66.

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