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G. Bil, Ambivalent Ethnobotany: John Buchanan and Māori Plant Knowledge in Imperial Context, in Art in the Service of Science: Dunedin's John Buchanan, 1819-1898, L. Tyler and Galloway, D. Dunedin: University of Otago Press, In Press.
G. Bil, As Clover Killed the Fern': Ethnobotany and Enchantment in New Zealand Anthropology, in Department of Anthropology, Victoria, University of Wellington, Wellington NZ, 2012.
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G. Bil, Between Māori and Modern? The Case of Mānuka Honey, in Appreciating Local Knowledge, E. Kapferer and Koch, A. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015.
G. Bil, Between Māori and Modern? The Case of Mānuka Honey, in Appreciating Local Knowledge, University of Salzburg, Salzburg AT, 2013.
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G. Bil, From Ethnoscience to Ethnology: Indigenous Plant Names in Imperial Context, in British Society for the History of Science, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews UK, 2014.
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G. Bil, Indexing the Indigenous: Plants and Peoples in Transcolonial Context, in Department of History, University of Sussex, Brighton UK, University of Sussex, Brighton UK, 2013.
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G. Bil, John Buchanan and Māori Plant Knowledge in Imperial Context (electronic presentation), in A Celebration of John Buchanan FLS (1819-1898): Explorer, Artist, Botanist and Geologist, University of Otago, Dunedin NZ, 2012.
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G. Bil, 'Must the Karaka Trees be Hidden?': Katherine Mansfield, Virginia Woolf and the Indigenous, in Midwest Conference on British Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto ON, 2012.
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G. Bil, The Nature of Ethnology: Plants and Peoples from Colenso to Katherine Mansfield, in Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington NZ, 2012.
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G. Bil, Power or Pleasure? The Value of Science in Colonial New Zealand, in Imperialisms: New and Old, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo ON, 2008.
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G. Bil, Racial Ambivalence, Colonial Governance: Boers, British, and the Scientific Construction of Whiteness in Colonial South Africa, in Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies, University of Washington, Seattle WA, 2011.
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G. Bil, 'A sort of evil out there': Indigenous Appropriation and Surrealist Representation, Twenty-Five Years Later, in I'll See You Again in 25 Years: The Return of Twin Peaks and Generations of Cult TV, University of Salford, Salford UK, 2015.
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G. Bil, What's in a (Plant) Name? The Māori-Latin Index and Scientific Botany in New Zealand, in Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Victoria, Victoria BC , 2013.