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Centre for Culture and Technology (CCAT)

Publications

Books

 Anne Aly, Curtin University, Terrorism, global security, Palgrave MacMillan 2011
Aly, Anne. Terrorism and Global Security: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

Aly, Anne. A study of audience responses to the media discourse about the ‘Other’: the fear of terrorism between Australian Muslims and the broader community. Lampeter, Edwin Mellen Press, 2010.

Aly, Anne and Lelia Green. Social Implications of Fearing Terrorism: A report on Australian responses to the images and discourses of terrorism and the other: Establishing a metric of fear. Perth: Edith Cowan University, 2009.

Book chapters

Aly, Anne (2014) “Responding to the Threat of Terrorism in Australia”. In Counter-radicalisation: Critical Perspectives, edited by Chrisopher Baker-Beall, Charlotte Health- Kelly and Lee Jarvis, 71-88. London: Routledge, 2014.

Aly, Anne. “Responding to the threat of terrorism in Australia.” Critical perspectives on counter-terrorism, edited by Lee Jarvis and Michael Lister. London: Routledge, forthcoming 2015.

Aly, Anne. “A New Normal? Australian Responses to Terrorism and Their Impacts." The Political Psychology of Terrorism Fears, edited by D. Antonius and S. J. Sinclair. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Aly, Anne. “Because they Hate Us.” Spooked: The truth about Intelligence in Australia, edited by Daniel Baldino. Melbourne: New South Books, 2013.

Aly, Anne. "Terror, Fear and Individual and Community Well Being." Subjective Well-Being and Security, vol 46 of Social Indicators Research Series, edited by D. Webb and E. Wills-Herrera, 31-43. New York: Springer, 2012.

Green, Lelia and Anne Aly. "How Australian Muslims construct Western Fear of the Muslim Other."Negotiating Identities Constructed Selves and Others, vol. 77 of At the Interface/Probing the Boundaries, edited by Helen Vella Bonavita, 65-91. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2011.

Green, Lelia and Anne Aly. "Australian Muslims' constructions of the western other," In Strangers, Aliens and Foreigners (Inter-Disciplinary.Net [eBook], 2010)

Aly, Anne. "Fear, Victimisation and Identity: The Community Victimisation Perspective and Social Inclusion of Australian Muslims," in Muslims in Australia: The Dynamics of Exclusion and Inclusion, ed. Samina Yasmeen (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2010), 79-96.

Aly, Anne. "Media hegemony, activism and identity: Muslim women re-presenting Muslim women," in Beyond the Hijab Debates: New Conversations on Gender, Race and Religion, eds. Tanja Dreher and Christine Ho (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2009), 18-31.

Aly, Anne. "The historical roots of Al Qaeda’s ideology: understanding Ayman al Zawahri’s vision and developing an appropriate response," in Doomed to Repeat: Terrorism and the Lessons of History, ed Sean Brawley (Canberra: New Academia Press, 2009), 115133.

Aly, Anne, Mark Balnaves and Christopher Chalon. (2007). "Behavioural responses to the terrorism threat: Applications of the Metric of Fear," in (Eds.) Recent Advances in Security Technology, eds. P. Mendis, J. Lai, E. Dawson & H. Hussein Abbass (Melbourne: Australian Homeland Security Research Centre, 2007), 248-255.

Journal articles

Aly, Anne, Weimann, Dana and Gabriel Weimann. “Making Noise Online: An Analysis of the Say no to Terror Online Campaign." Perspectives on Terrorism, 8, 5 (2014):33–47.

Aly, Anne, Taylor, Elisabeth and Saul Karnovsky. “Moral Disengagement and Building Resilience to Violent Extremism: An Education Intervention.” Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 37 (2014): 369–385.

Aly, Anne. "Illegitimate: When Moderate Muslims Speak Out.” Media Culture Journal, 15, 5 (2014).

Aly, Anne and Leila Green. “Bastard Immigrants: Asylum Seekers Who Arrive by Boat and the Illegitimate Fear of the Other.” Media Culture Journal, 15, 5 (2014).

Aly, Anne. “Walk Away from Violent Extremism: a campaign to address violent extremism online”. JEX, Journal–Exit, 3 (2014).

Aly, Anne. “Symbolic Attack Sites and the Performance of Terrorism, Counter Terrorism and Memory”, Communication, Politics and Culture, 42,2 (2014):60-77Aly, Anne. “Counter-radicalisation: Critical Perspectives." In Counter-Radicalisation: Critical Perspectives, edited by Lee Jarvis, Charlotte Health-Kelly and Lee Jarvis. London: Routledge, 2014.

Aly, Anne, Taylor, E. and Saul Karnovsky. “Moral disengagement and building resilience to violent extremism: An education intervention.” Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 37 (2014) 369–385.

Aly, Anne. “Building Resilience to Violent Extremism: An Education Intervention.” Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, in print–accepted for publication in 2014.

Aly, Anne. “The policy response to home-grown terrorism: Reconceptualising Prevent and Resilience as collective resistance.” Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, 8, 1 (2013): 2-18.

Aly, Anne and J. L. Streigher. “Examining the Role of Religion in Radicalization to Violent Islamist Extremism, Studies,” Conflict and Terrorism, 35,12 (2012): 849-862. (Awarded 'Journal Article of the Year' in Curtin University's Humanities Research and Creative Production Awards, August 2013.)

Aly, Anne. "An Audience-Focused Approach to Examining Religious Extremism Online." Australian Journal of Communications, 39, 1 (2012): 1-17.

Aly, Anne. “Winning the ‘War of Hearts and Minds’: Public Perception in Afghanistan and the Middle East”. Afghanistan: The Old- New Geopolitical Blackhole. Perth: Future Directions International (2011): 45-49.

Aly, Anne. "Shifting Positions to the Media Discourse on Terrorism: Critical points in Audience Members’ Meaning Making Experiences." Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy 134 (2010): 31-46.

Aly, Anne and Lelia Green. "Fear, Anxiety and the State of Terror." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 33, 3 (2010): 268-281.

Aly, Anne. "The Terrorists’ Audience: A Model of Internet Radicalisation." Journal of Australian Professional Intelligence Officers 171 (2009): 3-19 (Recipient of the Publications Award 2009 from the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers).

Pedersen, Anne, Anne Aly, Lisa Hartley and Craig McCarty. "An Intervention to Increase Positive Attitudes and Address Misconceptions About Australian Muslims: A Call for Education and Open Mindedness," The Australian Community Psychologist 212 (2009): 81-93.

Aly, Anne and Lelia Green."‘Moderate Islam’: Defining the Good Citizen," M/C Journal 10(6)/11(1) (2008).

Aly, Anne and Lelia Green. Less than Equal: Secularism, Religious Pluralism and Privilege," M/C Journal 11.2 (2008).

Aly, Anne. "Australian Muslims responses to the media discourse on terrorism: Pursuing public spheres in a secular state," Australian Journal of Social Issues 421 (2007): 27-40.

Balnaves, Mark and Anne Aly. "Media, 9/11, and fear: a national survey of Australian community responses to images of terror," Australian Journal of Communication 343 (2007): 101-112.

Aly, Anne and Mark Balnaves. "They want us to be Afraid": Developing a Metric for the Fear of Terrorism," The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 66 (2007):113-122.

Aly, Anne and David Walker. "Veiled Threats: Recurrent Cultural Anxieties in Australia." Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 272 (2007): 203-215.

Aly, Anne and Mark Balnaves. "The Atmosfear of Terror: Affective Modulation and the War on Terror," M/C Journal 8, 6 (2005).

Web essays and other writing

Aly, Anne. "Radicalisation and the lone wolf: what we do and don't know." The Conversation, 17 December 2014.

Aly, Anne. "Sydney siege: don't call Man Haron Monis a 'terrorist' – it only helps Isis." The Guardian, 16 December 2014.

Aly, Anne. “Is it fair to blame the West for trouble in the Middle East.The Conversation, 6 October 2014.

Aly, Anne. “Radicalisation”. The West Australian Newspaper, Agenda, 4 October 2014.

Archival and manuscript contributions

Aly, Anne. "Australians’ responses to 9/11 and the Bali bombings." Interview by Christine Choo for the Resilient Communities Oral History Project, National Library of Australia Oral History and Folklore Collection. Three sound files, 2012.

Books

Life in the Real World
Bennett, Dawn, ed. Life in the real world: How to make music graduates employable. Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, Illinois, 2012.

Bennett, Dawn. La música clásica como profesión. Editorial Graó: Barcelona, 2010. Originally published in 2008 by Ashgate Publishing Limited, Aldershot.

People, place and power: Australia and the Asia Pacific
Bennett, Dawn, Earnest, Jaya & Miyume Tanji (Eds). People, place and power: Australia and the Asia Pacific. Perth: Black Swan Press, 2009.

Bennett, Dawn. Understanding the classical music profession: The past, the present and strategies for the future. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2008.

Bennett, Dawn & Michael Hannan (Eds). Inside, outside, downside up. Conservatoire training and musicians' work. Perth: Black Swan Press, 2008.

Book chapters

Dawn Bennett, creative work, creative industries, innovation, employment, education, Elgar publishing, 2014

Bennett, Dawn, Coffey, Jane, Fitzgerald, Scott, Petocz, Peter and Al Rainnie. “Looking inside the portfolio to understand the work of creative workers: A study of creatives in Perth.” In Creative Work Beyond the Creative Industries: Innovation, Employment and Education, edited by Greg Hearn, Ruth Bridgstock, Ben Goldsmith and Jess Rodgers, 158–174. Elgar Publishing, 2014.

Bennett, Dawn. "Creative migration: A Western Australian case study of creative artists," in Creativity in peripheral places: Redefining the creative industries, ed Chris Gibson. London: Routledge, 2012.

Bennett, Dawn, Beeching, A., Burt-Perkins, R., Carruthers, G., Hannan, M., & J. Weller. "Music, musicians and careers." In Life in the real world: How to make music graduates employable, ed. Dawn Bennett.Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, Illinois, 2012.

Bennett, Dawn. "Staying afloat: Skills, attributes and passion." In Life in the real world: How to make music graduates employable, edited by Dawn Bennett. Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, Illinois, 2012.

Bennett, Dawn. "The doctoral journey from passion to PhD." In D. Forrest (Ed.), The doctoral journey in music education: Reflections on doctoral studies by Australian music educators (pp. 20-32). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2012.

Bennett, Dawn, Earnest, Jaya and Miyume Tanji. People, place and power. In D. Bennett, J. Earnest and M. Tanji (Eds.), People, place and power: Australia and the Asia Pacific (pp. 1-10). Perth: Black Swan Press, 2009.

Bennett, Dawn. "Creativity and 'new' careers. What can we learn from the creative industries?" In D. Bennett, J. Earnest & M. Tanji (Eds.), People, place and power: Australia and the Asia Pacific (pp. 45-57). Perth: Black Swan Press, 2009.

Bennett, Dawn and Michael Hannan. "Inside, outside, downside up: Conservatoire training and musicians' work." In M. Hannan & D. Bennett (Eds.), Inside, outside, downside up: Conservatoire training and musicians' work (pp. i - ix). Perth: Black Swan Press, 2008.

Bennett, Dawn. "Portfolio careers and the conservatoire." In M. Hannan & D. Bennett (Eds.), Inside, outside, downside up: Conservatoire training and musicians' work (pp. 61-73). Perth: Black Swan Press, 2008.

Bennett, Dawn and Andrea Stanberg. "Musicians as teachers: Fostering a positive view." In M. Hannan & D. Bennett (Eds.), Inside, outside, downside up: Conservatoire training and musicians' work (pp. 11-23). Perth: Black Swan Press, 2008.

Journal articles

Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh, Bennett, Dawn, Marsh, Kathryn, Power, Anne, and Naomi Sunderland. “Reconciliation and transformation through mutual learning: Outlining a framework for arts-based service learning with Indigenous communities in Australia.” International Journal of Education & the Arts, 15, 8 (2014): n. p.

Bennett, Dawn, Reid Anna and Peter Petocz. “Creative workers’ views on cultural heritage and sustainability.” Journal of Aesthetics and Culture, 6 (2014): 1–13.

Bennett, Dawn, Rowley, Jennifer, Dunbar-Hall, Peter, Hitchcock Matt and Diana Blom. “Electronic portfolios and learner identity: an ePortfolio case study in music and writing.” Journal of Further and Higher Education (2014), doi:10.1080/0309877X.2014.895306.

Bennett, Dawn. “Music and musicians: VJzoo – Kat Black and Jasper Cook.” Music Forum: Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 19, 3 (2013) 42-45.

Bobis, Janette; Shore, Sue; Bennett, Dawn; Bennett, Sue; Chan, Phillip; Harrison, Neil and Terri Seddon. “Education research in Australia: Where is it conducted?Australian Educational Researcher.
Published online (9 July 2013), doi: 10.1007/s13384-013-0105-0.

Reid, Anna; Bennett, Dawn; Peres Da Costa, Neil and Peter Petocz. “Cultural heritage and sustainability as an essential disposition for music graduates.” In Research and Development in Higher Education: The Place of Learning and Teaching, eds. S. Frielick et al, 36 (pp. 381-390). Milperra, NSW: Higher Education Research and Development Society, 2013.

Seddon, Terri; Bennett, Dawn; Bennett, Sue; Bobis, Janette; Harrison, Neil & Sue Shore. “Education Research Australia: A changing ecology of knowledge and practice. Australian Educational Researcher. Published online (9 July 2013), doi: 0.1007/s13384-013-0104-1.

Harrison, Neil; Bennett, Sue; Bennett, Dawn; Bobis; Janette; Chan; Philip; Seddon, Terri and Sue Shore. “Changing boundaries—Shifting identities: Strategic interventions to enhance the future of educational research in Australia,” The Australian Educational Researcher, published online 12 July 2013.

Bennett, Dawn and Michael Hannan. Inside life ‘in the real world’. Music Forum Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 19, 4 (2013): 32-34.

Bennett, Dawn et al. “Who is conducting educational research in Australia and how can their work be supported?” Australian Educational Researcher. Published online (9 July 2013), doi 10.1007/s13384-013-0106-z.

Bennett, Dawn and Majella Franzmann. “Aristotle and the ERA: Measuring the immeasurable.” Arts and Humanities in Higher Education. Published online (9 July 2013), doi: 10.1177/1474022213492441.

Bennett, Dawn and Michael Hughes. “Survival skills: the impact of change and the ERA on Australian researchers.” Higher Education Research and Development, 32, 3 (2013): 340-354, doi: 10.1080/07294360.2012.684211.

Bobis, Janette; Shore, Sue; Bennett, Dawn, et al. “Education research in Australia: Where is it conducted?” Australian Educational Researcher. Published online (9 July 2013), doi: 10.1007/s13384-013-0105-0.

Harrison, Neil; Bennett, Sue; Bennett, Dawn et al. “Changing boundaries—Shifting identities: Strategic interventions to enhance the future of educational research in Australia.” The Australian Educational Researcher, published online 12 July 2013.

Reid, Anna; Bennett, Dawn; Peres Da Costa, Neil and Peter Petocz. “Cultural heritage and sustainability as an essential disposition for music graduates.” In Research and Development in Higher Education: The Place of Learning and Teaching, eds. S. Frielick et al, 36 (pp. 381-390). Milperra, NSW: Higher Education Research and Development Society, 2013.

Seddon, Terri; Bennett, Dawn; Bennett, Sue et al. “Education Research Australia: A changing ecology of knowledge and practice.Australian Educational Researcher. Published online (9 July 2013), doi: 10.1007/s13384-013-0104-1.

Bennett, Dawn, Lancaster, H., & B. O'Hara. "Easy access? Finding one's way from secondary to post-secondary music education and training in Australia." E-Journal of Studies in Music Education, 19, 2 (2013): 14-24.

Bartleet, B., Bennett, Dawn, Bridgstock, R., Draper, P., Harrison, S., & H. Schippers. "Preparing for portfolio careers in Australian music: Setting a research agenda." Australian Journal of Music Education, 1 (2012): 32-42.

Bennett, Dawn. "The use of learner-generated drawings in the development of music students' teacher identities." International Journal of Music Education, 31, 1 (2013): 53-67. doi: 10.1177/0255761411434498.

Bennett, Dawn. "A Creative Approach to Exploring Student Identity The International Journal of Creativity & Problem Solving, 22, 1 (2012) 27-41.

Bennett, Dawn and Patrick Freer. "Developing Musical and Educational Identities in University Music Students." Music Education Research, 14, 3 (2012): 265-284.

Bennett, Dawn. "The Arts in Higher Education: Rethinking engagement." International Journal of the Humanities, 9, 5 (2012) 181-188.

Bennett, Dawn. "The use of learner-generated drawings in the development of music students' teacher identities. International Journal of Music Education (2012): 1-16. doi: 10.1177/0255761411434498.

Blom, Diana, Wright, David, and Dawn Bennett. "How artists working in academia view artistic practice as research: Implications for tertiary music education." International Journal of Music Education, 29, 4 (2011) 359-373.

Bennett, Dawn; Genoni, Paul and Gabi Haddow. "FoR Codes pendulum: Publishing choices within Australian research assessment." Australian Universities Review, 53 (2) (2011): 88-98. (B)

Bennett, Dawn. "Making and managing knowledge in the 'new' humanities: An Australian experience." International Journal of the Humanities, 9, 1 (2011): 236-244. (B)

Bennett, Dawn and Micheal Hughes. "Survival skills: the impact of change and the ERA on Australian researchers." Submitted to Higher Education Research and Design, Accepted October 2011. (A)

Bennett, Dawn;  Genoni, Paul and Gabi Haddow. FoR Codes pendulum: Publishing choices within Australian research assessment. Australian Universities Review, 53, 2 (2011): 88-98. (B)

Bennett, Dawn. "Making and managing knowledge in the 'new' humanities: An Australian experience." International Journal of the Humanities, 9, 1 (2011): 236-244. (B)

Bennett, Dawn. "Creative migration: A Western Australian case study of creative artists." Australian Geographer, 41, 1 (2010): 117-128. (A)

Bennett, Dawn. "Shifting the cantus firmus: Australian Music educators and the ERA." Australian Journal of Music Education, 1 (2010): 25-35. (B)

Wright, David; Bennett, Dawn and Diana Blom. "The interface between arts practice and research: Attitudes and perceptions of Australian artist-academics." Higher Education Research and Development, 29, 4 (2010): 461-473.(A)

Bennett, Dawn; Wright, David and Diana Blom. "The artistic practice-research-teaching (ART) nexus: Translating the information flow". Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, 7, 2 (2010) (B).

Bennett, Dawn and C. Ballico."The tyranny of distance: Viability and relevance in regional live music performance." The UNESCO E-journal of Interdisciplinary Research in the Arts, 1, 5 (2010).

Bennett, Dawn. "State of play: Live original music venues in Western Australia." Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture, 11, 1 (2010): 49-66. (B)

Bennett, Dawn. "The city: Creative migration and the demise of live music venues. Interdisciplinary Themes, 1, 1 (2009):136-141.

Bennett, Dawn. "Academy and the real world: Developing realistic notions of careers in the performing arts." Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, l8, 3 (2009): 309-327. (A)

Bennett, Dawn. "Dance careers: Beyond performance to the real world of work." Journal of Dance Education, 9, 1 (2009): 27-34. (A)

Bennett, Dawn, Blom, Diana and David Wright. "Artist academics: Performing the Australian research agenda." International Journal of Education and the Arts, 10, 17 (2009): 1-15. (C)

Bennett, Dawn and Philip Moore. "Careers and contingencies: Constructing careers in the music and building industries." International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 3 (2008): 3-9. (C)

Bennett, Dawn. "Dancer or dance artist? Dance careers and identity." International Journal of the Arts in Society, 3, 3 (2008): 73-77. (B)

Bennett, Dawn. "A gendered study of the working patterns of classical musicians: Implications for practice. International Journal of Music Education, 26, 1 (2008): 89-100. (A*)

Bennett, Dawn. "Utopia for music graduates. Is it achievable, and how should it be defined?" British Journal of Music Education, 24, 2 (2008):179-189. (A)

Bennett, Dawn "Creative artists or cultural practitioners? Holistic practice in Australia's cultural industries." Journal of Australian Studies, 90 (2007): 133-151. (B)

Bennett, Dawn and Andrea Stanberg. "Musicians as teachers: Developing a positive view through collaborative learning partnerships." International Journal of Music Education, 26, 3 (2006): 219-231. (A*)

Bennett, Dawn. "Peas in a cultural pod? A comparison of the skills and personal attributes of artists and musicians." Australian Journal of Music Education, 1 (2004): 22-25. (B)

Bennett, Dawn. "Watch this space! Developing a music/education partnership." The Knowledge Tree, 4, 1 (2003).

Journal issues

Bennett, Dawn and Patrick Freer. "Possible selves and the messy business of identifying with career." Educating Professional Musicians in a Global Context. Proceedings of the 18th Seminar of the ISME World Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician. Philippos Nakas Conservatory, Athens, July 2012, pp.14-20.

Bennett, Dawn (Ed.). "Who am I? Perspectives on Australian cultural identity." Journal of Australian Studies, 90. API Network, 2007.

Bennett, Dawn (Ed.). "Open to interpretation." Journal of Australian Studies, 91. API Network, 2007.

Refereed conference proceedings

Bennett, Dawn. “Identity and the learning process: ePortfolios and higher education Arts students.” Proceedings of the 31st International Society for Music Education World Conference, edited by D. Forrest, 20–25.  Malvern, Victoria: ISME, 2014.

Rowley, Jennifer, Blom, Diana, and Dawn Bennett. “ePortfolios in the teaching of music and other creative and performing arts in four Australian universities.” Proceedings of the 31st International Society for Music Education World Conference, edited by D. Forrest, 264–270. Malvern, Victoria: ISME, 2014.

Bennett, Dawn. “Identity and the learning process: ePortfolios and higher education Arts students.” Proceedings of the 31st International Society for Music Education World Conference, edited by D. Forrest, 20–25.  Malvern, Victoria: ISME, 2014.

Male, Sally; Bennett, Dawn; Maynard, Nicoleta; Almateeg, A.; Fry, S-A; Nguyen, Katherine; and Q. Vu. "Engaging in an inter-university undergraduate research group in engineering education." Teaching and Learning Forum 2014. University of Western Australia, Perth, 30-31 January, 2014.

Bennett, Dawn and Rachel Robertson. "Creating 'professional writers' through the use of e-portfolios." Teaching and Learning Forum 2014. University of Western Australia, Perth, 30-31 January, 2014.

Bennett Dawn, Rowley, Jennifer; Blom, Diana; Dunbar-Hall, Peter; Hitchcock, M. and Rachel Robertson. "Who am I and what evidence do I have? ePortfolios in music and writing as a means to develop learning and self-efficacy." Teaching and Learning Forum 2014. University of Western Australia, Perth, 30-31 January, 2014.

Male, Sally; Bennett, Dawn;  Maynard, Nicoleta; Almateeg, A: Fry, S-A; Nguyen, Katherine and Q.Vu. "Engaging in an inter-university undergraduate research group in engineering education." Teaching and Learning Forum 2014. University of Western Australia, Perth, 30-31 January, 2014.

Nguyen, Katherine; Male, Sally, and Dawn Bennett. "To what extent does the professional practicum develop or change an engineering student’s professional identity?" In C. Lemckert, G. Jenkins & S. Lang-Lemckert (Eds.). Proceedings of the 2013 Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE) Annual Conference (n. p). Gold Coast, 2013.

Bennett, Dawn; Male, Sally, and Nicoleta Maynard. "Experiences of an inter-university final year research group in engineering education." In Lemckert, C., Jenkins, G., & Lang-Lemckert, S. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 2013 Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE) Annual Conference (n. p). Gold Coast, December 2013.

Rowley, Jennifer and Dawn Bennett. "Technology, identity and the creative artist." Proceedings of The 2013 Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ascilite) Conference (pp. 775-780): Sydney, NSW, December 2013.

Dunbar-Hall, Peter; Rowley, Jennifer; Bennett, Dawn et al. “ePortfolios in music and creative arts education: Innovating to inspire learning.” Proceedings of the XIX National Conference of the Australian Society for Music Education, pp. 82 – 87: Canberra, 2013.

Bennett, Dawn and Michael Hannan. Inside life ‘in the real world’. Music Forum Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 19, 4 (2013): 32-34.

Bennett, Dawn and Patrick Freer. "Possible Selves and the Messy Business of Identifying with Career." In Educating Professional Musicians in a Global Context, ed. J. Weller, 14-20. Proceedings of the 18th Seminar of the ISME World Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician. Philippos Nakas Conservatory, Athens, July. 2012.

Bennett, Dawn and Diana Blom. "Constructing pedagogy: The nexus between artistic practice, research and teaching." Proceedings of the Australian Society for Music Education (ASME) national conference. Queensland, July 2011.

Bennett, Dawn, Fitzgerald, Scott and Alistair Rainnie. "All cities are different: Moving creative workforce research forward to a new specificity." 2011 State Of Australian Cities conference. Melbourne, November 2011.

Bennett, Dawn. "Creative and educational spaces: The musician in higher education." Proceedings: 18th Seminar of the ISME World Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 16-20). Shanghai: Shanghai Conservatory of Music, July 2010.

Blom, Diana, Bennett, Dawn and David Wright. "Arts practice as a site of knowledge/research: An Australian perspective of the artist in academia." In Williams, A. (Ed.). Proceedings 29th World Conference of the International Society for Music Education (pp. 15-19). Beijing: China National Convention Centre, August 2010.

Bennett, Dawn, Blom, Diana and David Wright. "Modulations of a different kind: An Australian case study of artists in academia. Music Modulations09 (pp. 2-11). Christchurch, New Zealand, July 2009.

Bennett, Dawn. "Developing teacher identity among music performance students." Proceedings of the 31st Australia New Zealand Association for Music Education Research Conference (pp. 21-32). Melbourne: Monash University, July 2009.

Pollitt, J. and Dawn Bennett. "Choosing the unstable: Dancing through the mid-career crisis." In A. Williamon, S. Pretty and R. Buck (Eds.). Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science 2009 (pp. 523-528). The Netherlands: European Association of Conservatoires (AEC), November 2009.

Bennett, Dawn. "Creative ex-pats: Globalization and creative communities." In P. J. Maginn, R. Jones, & F. Haslam-Mackenzie (Eds.) Proceedings of the 4th State of Australian Cities (SOAC) conference (n. p). University of Western Australia, Perth, November 2009.

Blom, Dawn, Bennett, Dawn and David Wright. "The artist as academic: Arts practice as research." In J. Southcott (Ed.), 30th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Research in Music Education (pp. 15-25). Melbourne: Monash University, July 2008.

Bennett, Dawn. "Identity as a catalyst for success." In M. Hannan (Ed.), 17th Seminar of the ISME World Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 1-5). Perth: International Society for Music Education, July 2008.

Blom, Diana, Wright, David and Dawn Bennett. "The artist as academic: Arts practice as a site of knowledge." In M. Hannan (Ed.), 17th Seminar of the ISME World Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 5-10). Perth: International Society for Music Education, July 2008.

Bennett, Dawn. "Not as we thought: transitions into the orchestral workplace." In Stanberg, A., McIntosh, J., & Faulkner, R. (Eds.), Celebrating Musical Communities: Proceedings of the XVI Australian Society for Music Education National Conference (pp. 56-59). Perth: Australian Society for Music Education, July 2007.

Bennett, Dawn and Michael Hannan (Eds.). New models for educating professional musicians in the twenty-first century. Proceedings of the 16th International Seminar of the Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician. Perth: International Society for Music Education, 2007.

Bennett, Dawn. "'Musotopia.' Is it achievable for music graduates?" In Odam, G., & Gaunt, H. (Eds.) The Reflective Conservatoire (n. p). London: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, January 2006.

Bennett, Dawn. "Musicians' skills and attributes: Implications for education." In Hannan, M. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 16th Seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 15-25). Hanoi: National Conservatory of Music, July 2006.

Bennett, Dawn. "Musicians as teachers: Fostering a positive view." In Hannan, M. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 16th Seminar of the ISME Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (pp. 26-37). Hanoi: National Conservatory of Music, July 2006.

Stanberg, Andrea and Dawn Bennett. "Performing a metamorphosis: A teaching performer or performing teacher?" In Odam, G., & Gaunt, H. (Eds.) The Reflective Conservatoire (n.p). London: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, January 2006.

Reports

Bartleet, Brydie-Leigh, Bennett, Dawn, Power, Anne, and Naomi Sunderland. Enhancing Indigenous content in arts curricula through service learning with Indigenous communities. Sydney: Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, 2014.

Rowley, Jennifer, Dunbar-Hall, Peter, Blom, Diana, Bennett, Dawn, and Matthew Hitchcock. ePortfolios for creative arts, music and arts students in Australian universities. Sydney: Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, 2014.

Bennett, Dawn and Vicki Caulfield. “Artist in residence grant program in Western Australia: Evaluation report 2011-2012.” Final report for the Department of Education and the Department of Culture and the Arts, May 2013.

Botwood, L., Cranney, J. and Dawn Bennett. “The Australian Learning and Teaching Fellows’ Network: A collaborative resource for higher education.” Sydney:  Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching, 2013.

Bennett, Dawn. "The TILE Approach: Making the link between future selves and learning". Final Fellowship report for the Office of Learning and Teaching. Sydney: Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education, October 2012.

Seddon Terri, Bennett, Dawn, Bobbis, Janette, Bennett, Sue, Harrison, Neil,, Seddon, Terri, Shore, Sue, Smith, Erica, & Philip Chan. "Living in a 2.2 World: ERA, capacity building and the topography of Australian education research." Research report prepared for the Australian Council of Deans of Education (ACDE) and the Australian Association for Research in Education, December 2012.

Bennett, Dawn and Vicki Caulfield. "Evaluation of the international activities undertaken by the WA Music Industry Association Inc., 2003 - 2011." Final report for the Department of Culture and the Arts. June, 2011.

Bennett, Dawn and Vicki Caulfield. "Artist in residence grant program in Western Australia: Evaluation report 2010-2011." Final report for the Department of Education and the Department of Culture and the Arts, May 2012.

Bennett, Dawn, Riddoch, M. and Vicki Caulfield. Impact and outcomes of the Contemporary Music Program 2002 - 2007. Final report for the Department of Culture and the Arts, November 2008.

Bennett, Dawn, Riddoch, M. and Vicki Caulfield. Somewhere to play: Venues and live original music in Western Australia. Final report for the Department of Culture and the Arts, August 2008.

Bennett, Dawn and J. Pollitt. Building sustainable careers: Dance artists in Australia. Final research report for the Australian Sports Commission, December 2007.

Bennett, Dawn. Collaborative partnerships between industry and education. Final research report for the Australian Flexible Learning Framework. Australian National Training Authority,  January 2004.

Bennett, Dawn. The potential for industry partnerships in the delivery of relevant curricula. Final report for Curtin Business School, January 2004.

Bennett, Dawn. Education for the arts: Strategic curricula for sustainable careers. Final report for the Division of Humanities. Curtin University, January 2003.

Bennett, Dawn. A new teaching model for traditionally structured units. Final report for the Division of Humanities, Curtin University, November 2002.

Bennett, Dawn and J. Kroonstuiver. Selecting, combining and using appropriate technologies for the delivery of art, music and work-preparation programs to remote locations. National Learnscope Project final report. Australian National Training Authority, Canberra, November 2000.

Creative works

Bennett, Dawn and Diana Blom. “East meets West II.” A lecture recital featuring Australian and West Australian premiers of five new works for viola and piano, Classical Tuesdays, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), Perth, 2 April 2013.

Bennett, Dawn and Diana Blom. "East meets West 1." Recital and lecture of new Australian works. Sydney Conservatorium of Music, 28 March 2013.

Bennett, Dawn and Diana Blom. "East meets West 1." Recital of new Australian works. University of Tasmania, 14 February 2013.

Books

Kerr, Thor and Shaphan Cox (2013) Setting up the Noongyar Tent Embassy: A Report on Perth Media, ed. Robert Briggs, Niall Lucy & Steve Mickler. Ctrl-Z Press: Perth, WA.

Edited journal issues

Briggs, Robert (with Niall Lucy) (eds), Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy#4 (June, 2014).

Briggs, Robert (with Niall Lucy) (eds), Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy #3 (December, 2013).

Briggs, Robert (with Niall Lucy) (eds), Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy #2 (December, 2012).

Briggs, Robert (with Niall Lucy) (eds), inaugural issue of Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy #1 (June, 2012).

Briggs, Robert (with Philip Dearman), Manufacturing Consent? Special issue of Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture 37.3 (2005).

Refereed journal articles

Briggs, Robert. 'Who Will Have Come to Have Read This? In Memory of Niall Lucy (1956–2014).' Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy#4 (June, 2014).

Briggs, Robert ‘Transmission Interrupted: Renewing Heritage and Education’, Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy #3 (December, 2013): n.p.

Briggs, Robert. 'DIY John Curtin: Uncertain Futures for Heritage and Citizenship in the Era of Digital Friends and Foes' (with John Hartley and Niall Lucy), International Journal of Cultural Studies 16, 6 (2013): 557-577.

Briggs, Robert. 'The Future of Prediction: Speculating on William Gibson’s Meta-Science-Fiction'. Textual Practice 27.4 (2013): 671-693, doi:10.1080/0950236X.2012.738702. Awarded Journal Article of the Year (General Category), Humanities Research and Creative Production Awards, Curtin University, September 2014.

Briggs, Robert (with Niall Lucy). 'Art as Research?' Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy (December, 2012): n.p.

Briggs, Robert (with Niall Lucy). 'Frame #1: ones & zeroes, light & shade (dimensions: 4, easter eggs: 3).' Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy (June, 2012): n.p.

Briggs, Robert. 'Silent Television: A Virtual History of Voice and Voicelessness in Divergent Media', edited by A. & M. Kroker. CTheory (2010). n.p.

Briggs, Robert. 'Shameless! Reconceiving the Problem of Student Plagiarism', Angelaki 14.1 (2009): 65-76. [Revised and expanded version of previously published paper]

Briggs, Robert. 'Culture & Pedagogy: On the Popular Art of Reviewing Popular Art', Cultural Studies Review 13.2 (Sep 2007): 115-33.

Briggs, Robert. 'The Question of Consent Today' (with Philip Dearman), Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture (Special Issue: Manufacturing Consent?) 37.3 (2005): 1-7.

Briggs, Robert. 'Power, Consent, Responsibility: Governmentality and the Rationales of Analysis’, Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture (Special Issue: Manufacturing Consent?) 37.3 (2005):  46-57.

Briggs, Robert. 'Film Factories?' (Review Essay), Senses of Cinema 29 (December 2003): n.p.

Briggs, Robert. 'Don’t Fence Me In: Reading Beyond Genre', Senses of Cinema 27 (July, 2003): n.p.

Briggs, Robert. 'Shameless! Reconceiving the Problem of Plagiarism', Australian Universities Review 46 (2003): 19-23.

Briggs, Robert. 'Wrong Numbers: The Endless Fiction of Auster and Deleuze and Guattari and . . .', CRITIQUE: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 44 (Winter 2003): 213-24.

Briggs, Robert. 'Just Traditions? Deconstruction, Critical Legal Studies, and Analytic Jurisprudence', Social Semiotics 11 (December 2001): 257-74.

Briggs, Robert. '"Finally but why?" (Re)visions of the Humanities and the Democratic Ideal', AUMLA 96 (November 2001): 97-108.

Briggs, Robert. 'Wild Thoughts: A Deconstructive Environmental Ethics?', Environmental Ethics 23 (Summer 2001): 115-34.

Briggs, Robert. 'Discipline and Disclaim: Countermanding Orders of (Inter)Disciplinarity', Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies 12 (1998): 131-145.

Briggs, Robert. 'Genealogy, Transcendence and Obligation: Questioning (the Question of) Ethics', Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Philosophical Journal 3 (1997): 1-12.

Media publications

Briggs, Robert (series editor). "Darren Tofts & Mark Amerika—in conversation," directed by Ken Miller. A Ctrl-Z Media Publication, 2014.

Minor creative work

Briggs, Robert (with Niall Lucy). "The art of writing (a history of writing) Installation." Ctrl-Z: Writing in the Age of New Media, Fremantle Arts Centre, 19 November, 2011.

Symposium organisation/curation

Briggs, Robert (with Lisa Gye, Niall Lucy, Scott McQuire, Norie Neumark, Nikos Papastergiadis & Darren Tofts). Ctrl-Z: Renewal! Media arts/theory symposium, 1000 £ Bend, Melbourne, 13 April, 2013.

Briggs, Robert (with Niall Lucy). Ctrl-Z: Writing in the Age of New Media. Media arts/theory festival, Fremantle Arts Centre, 19 November, 2011.

Catalogue essay

Briggs, Robert (with Niall Lucy). 'The Accumulation of Sediment', for exhibition of original works by Benjamin Forster, Ctrl-Z: Writing in the Age of New Media, Fremantle Arts Centre, 19 November, 2011. Expanded and re-published in Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy (December, 2012): n.p.

Reviews

Briggs, Robert. 'Deconstruction Engaged: The Sydney Seminars, Jacques Derrida', Metro Magazine No.136 (2003): 197-9.

Briggs, Robert. 'Philosophical Approaches to the Study of Literature, Patrick Colm Hogan; Subjects of Desire: Hegelian Reflections in Twentieth-Century France, Judith Butler', AUMLA 97 (May 2002): 134-7.

Briggs, Robert. 'Writings on Psychoanalysis: Freud and Lacan, Louis Althusser', AUMLA 93 (May 2000): 123-5.

Briggs, Robert. 'Narratology: Introduction to the Theory of Narrative, Mieke Bal', AUMLA 92 (November 1999): 143-5.

Refereed book chapters

Chrulew, Matthew. “Preventing and Giving Death at the Zoo: Heini Hediger’s ‘Death Due to Behaviour’.” Animal Death, ed. Fiona Probyn-Rapsey and Jay Johnston (Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2013)
Chrulew, Matthew. “Preventing and Giving Death at the Zoo: Heini Hediger’s ‘Death Due to Behaviour’.” Animal Death, ed. Fiona Probyn-Rapsey and Jay Johnston (Sydney: Sydney University Press, 2013): 221–238.
 Chrulew, Matthew. “From Zoo to Zoöpolis: Effectively Enacting Eden,” Metamorphoses of the Zoo: Animal Encounter after Noah, ed. Ralph R. Acampora (Lexington Books, 2010)
Chrulew, Matthew. “From Zoo to Zoöpolis: Effectively Enacting Eden,” Metamorphoses of the Zoo: Animal Encounter after Noah, ed. Ralph R. Acampora (Lexington Books, 2010): 193–219.

Chrulew, Matthew. “‘The only limitation is your imagination’: Quantifying the Medieval and Other Fantasies in Dungeons & Dragons,” Medievalism and the Gothic in Australian Culture, ed. Stephanie Trigg (Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols and Melbourne: University of Melbourne Press, 2005): 223–40.

Chrulew, Matthew. “On Animal Resistance,” Liveable Communities, ed. J. Haswell and D. MacCallum (Perth: Black Swan Press, 2003): 85–96.

Special journal issues

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Chrulew, Matthew, Jeffrey Bussolini and Brett Buchanan (eds). "Special Issue: Philosophical Ethology I: Dominique Lestel." Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 19:3 (2014).

Chrulew, Matthew and Chris Danta (eds). "Special Issue: Fabled Thought: On Jacques Derrida’s The Beast & the Sovereign." SubStance, 43:2 (2014).

Refereed journal articles

Lestel, Dominique, Jeffrey Bussolini and Matthew Chrulew. "The Phenomenology of Animal Life." Environmental Humanities, 5 (2014): 125–148.

Chrulew, Matthew. "The Philosophical Ethology of Dominique Lestel." Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 19:3 (2014): 17–44. DOI:10.1080/0969725X.2014.976024

Chrulew, Matthew. "The Animal Outside the Text: An Interview with Dominique Lestel." Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 19:3 (2014): 187–196.  DOI:10.1080/0969725X.2014.976069.

Chrulew, Matthew, Jeffrey Bussolini and Brett Buchanan. "Editorial Introduction: Dominique Lestel."
Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities,
19:3 (2014):  11-13. DOI:10.1080/0969725X.2014.976023.

Brett Buchanan, Jeffrey Bussolini and Matthew Chrulew. "General Introduction: Philosophical Ethology."
Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 19:3 (2014): 1–3. DOI:10.1080/0969725X.2014.975977.

Chrulew, Matthew and Chris Danta. "Introduction, 'Fabled Thought: On Jacques Derrida’s The Beast & the Sovereign'." SubStance, 43 (2014): 3–9.

Chrulew, Matthew. "'An Art of Both Caring and Locking Up’: Biopolitical Thresholds in the Zoological Garden.” SubStance 4 (2014): 124–147.

Chrulew, Matthew. "Beyond human: From animality to transhumanism."Anthrozoos, 27, 2 (2014): 315–318, doi: 10.2752/175303714x13903827487809.

Chrulew, Matthew. "Pastoral Counter-Conducts: Religious Resistance in Foucault’s Genealogy of Christianity." Critical Research on Religion 2:1 (April 2014): 55–65. doi: 10.1177/2050303214520776.

Chrulew, Matthew. “Suspicion and Love,” Foucault Studies 15 (February 2013), pp. 9–26.

Chrulew, Matthew. “Animals in Biopolitical Theory: Between Agamben and Negri,” New Formations 76 (2012), pp. 53-67. [Italian translation: Chrulew, Matthew. “Gli animali nella biopolitica, fra Agamben e Negri,” trans. Elisa Giuliana, Animal Studies. Rivista italiana di antispecismo 4 (2013), pp. 58–79.]

Chrulew, Matthew. “Managing Love and Death at the Zoo: The Biopolitics of Endangered Species Preservation,” Australian Humanities Review 50 (May 2011), pp. 137–157.

Chrulew, Matthew. “Hunting the Mammoth, Pleistocene to Postmodern,” The Journal for Critical Animal Studies IX: 1/2 (2011), pp. 32-47.

Chrulew, Matthew. “Reversing Extinction: Restoration and Resurrection in the Pleistocene Rewilding Projects,” Humanimalia: A Journal of Human/Animal Interface Studies 2:2 (Spring 2011), pp. 4–27.

Chrulew, Matthew. “The Pauline Ellipsis in Foucault’s Genealogy of Christianity,” Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory 11:1 (Winter 2010): 1–15.

Chrulew, Matthew. “Feline Divinanimality: Derrida and the Discourse of Species in Genesis,” The Bible and Critical Theory 2:2 (2006), pp. 18.1–18.23.

Chrulew, Matthew. “‘Masters of the Wild’: Animals and the Environment in Dungeons & Dragons,” Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies 32:1 (2006): 135–168.

Chrulew, Matthew. “A Real Animal Right(s)? Discourse Bias in Animal Discourse,” PAN: Philosophy Activism Nature 3 (2005): 1–11.

Other writing

Chrulew, Matthew. Translation of Dominique Lestel's "The Infinite Debt of the Human Towards the Animal."Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 19:3 (2014): 171–181. ISSN 0969-725X (Print), 1469-2899 (Online).

Chrulew, Matthew. Translation of Dominique Lestel's "Mirror Effects." Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 19:3 (2014): 47–57.

Chrulew, Matthew and Brett Buchanan. Translation of Patrick Llored's “Zoopolitics." SubStance, 43, 2 (2014): 115–123.

Chrulew, Matthew. “Two by Two,” Antennae 25 (2013): 50–54.

Rose, Deborah Bird, Thom van Dooren, Matthew Chrulew, Stuart Cooke, Matthew Kearnes and Emily O’Gorman. “Thinking Through the Environment, Unsettling the Humanities,” Environmental Humanities 1:1 (2012): 1–5.

Selected short fiction

Chrulew, Matthew. “Down Below,” Dockerland.com (26 September, 2013).

Chrulew, Matthew. “The Angælien Apocalypse,” Thoraiya Dyer/Matthew Chrulew, The Company Articles of Edward Teach/The Angælien Apocalypse (Twelfth Planet Press, 2010).

Chrulew, Matthew. “Schubert by Candlelight,” Macabre: A Journey Through Australia’s Darkest Fears, ed. Angela Challis & Marty Young (Brimstone Press, 2010), pp. 413-427. [Reprint, The Year’s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2010, ed. Liz Grzyb and Talie Helene (Ticonderoga Publications, 2011), pp. 223-236.]

Chrulew, Matthew. “The Nullarbor Wave,” Worlds Next Door, ed. Tehani Wesseley (FableCroft Publishing, 2010): 185–194.

Chrulew, Matthew. “Head 2,” Moonlight Tuber 1 (2010): 45–50.

Chrulew, Matthew. “The Beast-Machine Fableaux,” Antennae 9 (2009), pp. 99-103. [Podcast, Terra Incognita Speculative Fiction 16 (15 February, 2010).]

Chrulew, Matthew. “The Gnomogist’s Tale,” Canterbury 2100: Pilgrimages in a new world, ed. Dirk Flinthart (Agog! Press, 2008): 201–208.

Chrulew, Matthew. “Smoke,” Midnight Echo 1 (October 2008): 47–52.

Chrulew, Matthew. “Head,” Dog vs Sandwich (February 11, 2008).

Chrulew, Matthew.  “Between the Memories,” Aurealis 38/39 (2007): 3–20. [Reprint, Australian Dark Fantasy & Horror Volume 3, ed. Angela Challis (Brimstone Press, 2009): 33–56.]

Chrulew, Matthew and Roland Boer. “Rapturama,” The Workers’ Paradise, ed. Russell B. Farr and Nick Evans (Ticonderoga Publications, 2007): 137–161.

Chrulew, Matthew. “How I Learned to Keep Tidy,” Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine 31 (2007): 31–42. [Reprint, Best of ASIM vol. 2: Horror (2010): 106–117.]

Chrulew, Matthew. “In Memoriam,” Shadowed Realms 8 (November-December 2005). [Podcast, Pseudopod 235 (24 June, 2011).]

Chrulew, Matthew. “Where Warriors Wait,” Aurealis 33/34/35 (2004): 199–215.

Books

Collard, L., Harben, S. and R. van den Berg (2005) Nidja Beeliar Boodjar Noonookurt Nyininy: A Nyungar Interpretive History of the Use of Boodjar (Country) in the Vicinity of Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia [Website]. Murdoch, Western Australia: Murdoch University.

Collard, L., Harben, S. and R. van den Berg (2004). Nidja Beeliar Boodjar Noonookurt Nyininy: A Nyungar Interpretive History of the Use of Boodjar (Country) in the Vicinity of Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia. Murdoch, Western Australia: Murdoch University.

Harben, S. and L. Collard (2004) Nyungar Tourism in the South West Region of Western Australia: A Case Study Analysis. Murdoch, Western Australia: Murdoch University.

Harben, S. and L. Collard (2004) Nyungar Tourism in the South West Region of Western Australia: A Quopardar or Best Practice Approach for Nyungar Tourism Operators. Murdoch, Western Australia: Murdoch University.

van den Berg, R., Collard, L., Harben, S. and J. Byrne (2004). Nyungar Tourism in the South West Region of Western Australia: A Literature Review of Tourism. Murdoch, Western Australia: Murdoch University.

Collard, L. and D. Palmer (1998). Nidja Goordandalup! Noonookurt Nyinning Nyungar Boodjar: A Nyungar Interpretive History of Boodjar (Country) in the Vicinity of the University of Western Australia. Murdoch, Western Australia: Murdoch University.

Book chapters

Collard, L. (2008) "Kura, Yeye, Boorda: From the Past, Today and the Future." In S. Morgan, T. Mia & B. Kwaymullina (eds), Heartsick for Country: Stories of Live, Spirit and Creation. Fremantle, Western Australia: Fremantle Press, 60-80.

Collard, L. and D. Palmer (2008) "Looking for the Residents of Terra Australis: The Importance of Nyungar in Early European Coastal Exploration." In P. Veth, P. Sutton, and M. Neale (eds), Strangers on the Shore: Early Coastal Contacts in Australia. Canberra: National Museum of Australia, 181-197.

Collard, L. (2007) "Wangkiny Ngulluck Nyungar Nyittiny, Boodjar, Moort and Katitjin: Talking About Creation, Country Family and Knowledge of the Nyungar of South Western Australia." In S. Morgan, T. Mia & B. Kwaymullina (eds), Speaking From the Heart: Stories of Life, Family and Country. Fremantle, Western Australia: Fremantle Press, 262-278.

2007 Collard, L., Harben, S. and R. van den Berg (2007). "Nyungar Tourism in the South West Region of Western Australia: Three Nyungar Case Studies." In J. Buultjens and D. Fuller (eds), Striving for Sustainability: Case Studies in Indigenous Tourism. Lismore, New South Wales: Southern Cross University Press, 403-436.

Collard, L. (2006). "The Cosmology: The Creator of the Trilogy Waakal or Nyungar Rainbow Serpent." In M. Leybourne & A. Gaynor (eds), Water: Histories, Cultures, Ecologies. Crawley, Western Australia: University of Western Australia Press, 121-130.

Collard, L., Leonard, L. and G. Revell (1999). "Kau Nyungar Boodjar Gabbee Gnarning Quobberup." (Oh, a Place within Aboriginal Country where the Drinking Water is Very Good). In G. Bolton & J. Gregory, Claremont A History: The Mooro and the Colonial Agitator, ch. 1, p.3,

Palmer, D. and L. Collard (1994). "Nyungar Young People, Youth Policy and Problems of Theory." In J. Bessant, S. Cook, G. Coventry, D. Maunders & J. Wyn (eds), Rethinking Policies for Young People. Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 178-183.

Palmer, D. and L. Collard (1993). "Aboriginal Young People and Youth Subcultures." In R. White (ed), Youth Subcultures: Theory, History and the Australian Experience. Hobart: National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 114-121.

Journal articles

Bracknell, C., and L. M. Collard (2012). "Beeliar Boodjar: An introduction to Aboriginal history in the City of Cockburn, Western Australia,' Australian Aboriginal Studies, p. 111.

2010 Collard, L. and S. Harben (2010) "Nartj Katitj Bidi Ngulluckiny Koorl?" (Which Knowledge Path Will We Travel?). Ethics and the Practice of History: Studies in Western Australian History, 26, 75-95.

Collard, L. (2009) "Djidi Djidi, Wardong, Kulbardi, Walitj and Weitj: Nyungar Dream Time Messengers." Westerly, 54: 2, 7-26.

Collard, L. (2007) "Nyittiny: Cosmology of the Nyungar of South-Western Australia." Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, 11:1, 3-11.

Collard, L. and D. Palmer (2006) "Kura, Yeye, Nyungar Wangkiny Gnulla Koorlangka: A Conversation about Working with Indigenous Young People in the Past, Present and Future." Youth Studies Australia, 25: 4, 25-32.

Palmer, D. and L. Collard (1998). We Cleared and Built All That Run: Nyungars, Work and Cultural Incorporation. In J. Bessant & S. Cook (eds), Against the Odds: Young People and Work. Hobart: National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 19-29.

Collard, L. and D. Palmer (1994). "Ethical Youth Work With Nyungar Families." Youth Issues Forum, Winter, 12-19.

Palmer, D. and L. Collard (1994). "Aboriginal Young People and Youth Subcultures." Australian Institute of Family Studies, 38, 26-31.

Collard, L. and D. Palmer (1991). "Aboriginal Young People in the Southwest of Western Australia: Implications for Youth Policy." Journal of Australian Studies, 15: 31, 78-93.

Other writing

Collard, L.M. (2012). "Boordawan Walwalingup Kal Future Vision for City of Fremantle." Western Australia, pp. Unnumbered

Revell, G., and L. Collard (2012). "The Narrows Interchange: Greetings from Nyungar Boodjar or Kaarta Gar-up (Kings Park) - Cultural Decoys in the Ocular of Perth.' From the Debris: A Landscape Exhibition Revived, 38-39.

Abumousa, N. (translated by Collard, L. and I. Cumming) (2011) Leah's Lesson. Perth: Public Transport Authority.

Bracknell, C. and L. Collard (2011) Beeliar Boodjar: An Introduction to the Aboriginal History of the City of Cockburn Based on Existing Literature. Perth, Western Australia: City of Cockburn.

Collard, L. (2009) "Massacre, Pinjarra." In J. Gregory & J. Gothard (eds). Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, 561-562.

Collard, L. (2009) "Rottnest Island Native Prison." In J. Gregory & J. Gothard (eds). Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, 776-771.

Collard, L. (2009) "Waakarl." In J. Gregory & J. Gothard (eds). Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, 907.

Harben, S. and L. Collard L. (2008) Literature Review for Avon Basin Noongar Heritage and Cultural Significance of Natural Resources. Murdoch, Western Australia: Murdoch University.

Collard, L. (2007) "Kura, Yeye, Boorda Walwalinyup: From the Past, Today and the Future Fremantle." Fremantle Studies: Journal of the Fremantle History Society, 5, 9-21.

Collard, L., Coyne, T. and A. Mountford (2000). Getting Mallee Hen Eggs with Uncle Jim. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L. and A. Mountford (2000) Noongar-English Dictionary. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L. and A. Mountford (2000)."Yongkarin. Retold by L. Collard & A. Mountford." Illustrated by year 4 Students from St Brigid's Primary School, Middle Swan. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. & Palmer, D. (2000) Bessie Flower and Asharie Bradshaw: Teachers. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and D. Palmer (2000). Bindjareb Middar Dance Group. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and D. Palmer (2000).Catching Kooyar the Frog. Illustrated by year 4 Students from St Brigid's Primary School, Middle Swan. Perth: Catholic education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and D. Palmer (2000). Noongar Names for Kings Park. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and D. Palmer (2000).Noongar Shearers. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and D. Palmer (2000). Noongar Workers in Communications. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and D. Palmer (2000). Samuel Isaacs: Rescuer. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

2000 Collard, L., Mountford, A. and D. Palmer (2000). Shannara Beresi Junior Equestrian. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and D. Palmer (2000). Tommy Windich: Explorer. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and D. Palmer (2000). Trevor Walley: Conservation and Land Management Officer. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A., Palmer, D., Powell, E. and J. Robison (writers) (2000). Natj Nidja (What is this?). Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A., Palmer, D. and B. McGuire (illustrator) (2000). Koortandalup. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A., Palmer, D., Powell, E. and J. Robison (2000). Nidja Noongar Boodjar Noonook Nyininy = This is Noongar Country You Are Sitting In: A Resource Package for Schools. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and J. Williams (2000). Boola Meela (Many Eyes) [A Three-Act Play]. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Mountford, A. and J. Williams. (2000) Uncle Jack Williams Tells Us About Karli (Boomerang). Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Palmer, D., Leonard, L. and G. Revell (2000). Nidja Noongar Bilya Boodjar (This is Noongar River Country). Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L., Palmer, D., Leonard, L. and G. Revell (2000). Noongar Place Meanings. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Coyne, T., Collard, L. and A. Mountford (2000). Thelma Coyne Tells Us About Childhood Games and Pastimes 'Old Man with a Bag'. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Collard, L. (writer) and S. Pickett (illustrator) (2000). The Waakal Story. Perth: Catholic Education Office of Western Australia.

Contos, N., Kearing, T. Collard, L, and D. Palmer (1998). Pinjarra Massacre: Site Research and Development Project: Report for Stage 1. Pinjarra, Western Australia: Murray District Aboriginal Association.

Collard, L. (1996). An Analysis of Nyungar Influence in South West Western Australia. Unpublished MA thesis, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Collard, L. (1996) "Research and Development in Kurongkul Katitijin." In Different Approaches: Theory and Practice in Higher Education. Proceedings HERDSA Conference 1996. Perth, Western Australia, 8-12 July. http://www.herdsa.org.au/confs/1996/collard.html

Collard, Len., Collard, Lisa. and I. Henderson (1996). Rottnest Island and the Swan River. A Map Celebrating the TriCentennial of the Landing of Willem de Vlamingh in Western Australia: December 1696 and January 1697. Base information provided by the Department of Land Administration. Fremantle, Western Australia: City of Fremantle.

Palmer, D. and L. Collard (1996). Nidja Boodjar Binjarup Nyungar. Kura, Yeye, Boorda: The Gcalyut Research and Training Project. Fremantle: South Metropolitan Youth Link.

Collard, L. (1994) A Nyungar Interpretation of Ellensbrook and Wonnerup Homesteads. East Perth: Heritage Council of Western Australia.

Collard, L. (1994) Nyungar (Aboriginal) Interpretation Map: The Lower South West of Western Australia. Perth: National Trust and Edith Cowan University.

Palmer, D. and L. Collard (1994) "Aboriginalism in Youth Studies." Just Policy.

Palmer, D. and L. Collard (1994). "Nyungar Young People, Youth Policy and Problems of Theory." In J. Bessant, S. Cook, G. Coventry, D. Maunders & J. Wyn (eds), Rethinking Policies for Young People. Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 178-183.

Palmer, D. and L. Collard (1993). "Aboriginal Young People and Youth Subcultures." In R. White (ed), Youth Subcultures: Theory, History and the Australian Experience. Hobart: National Clearinghouse for Youth Studies, 114-121.

Palmer, D. and L. Collard. (1993). "Nunukal Nyidlyang, Nunukat Yuwal Kurliny Yeya, Ngart Nyininy Djinang Katitijin Nyungar Wongkin Galang Kurlongha: Nyungar Young People, Youth Policy and Problems of Theory." In, J. Bessant, S. Cook, G. Coventry, D. Maunders, & J. Wyn (eds), Rethinking Policies for Young People: Conference Proceedings, National Conference, 14th-16th April

1993. Parkville, Victoria: Youth Research Centre, University of Melbourne.

Collard, L. and D. Palmer (1992). "Aboriginal Young People in the Southwest of Western Australia: Implications for Youth Policy." In R. White & B. Wilson (eds), For Your Own Good: Young People and State Intervention in Australia Bundoora, Victoria: La Trobe University Press, 78-93.

Book chapters

Pitts, G., and S. Datta. 2009. “Surface geometries: experiments with constrained tessellation.” In Computing, cognition and education: recent research in the architectural sciences, ed. Gu, Ning; Ostwald, Michael J and Williams, Anthony (eds), 33-46. Newcastle, N.S.W: Australian and New Zealand Architectural Science Association.

Journal articles

Datta, Sambit and Michael Hobbs. “Responsive Facades: Parametric Control of Moveable Tilings.” Pertanika Journal of Science & Technology, 21 (2013): 611–624.

Datta, Sambit. “Infinite Sequences in the Constructive Geometry of Tenth-Century Hindu Temple Superstructures.” Nexus Network Journal: Architecture and Mathematics 12, 3 (2010): 471–483.

Datta, S., Hanafin, S., and G. Pitts. 2009. “Experiments with stochastic processes: facade subdivision based on wind motion.” International journal of architectural computing 7 (3): 389-402.

Hanafin, S., Pitts, G., and S. Datta. 2009. “Non-Deterministic Exploration through Parametric Design.” International journal of architectural computing 7 (4): 605-622.

Pitts, G., and S. Datta. 2009. “Geometric and material constraints in parametric modelling : the design to fabrication process.” International journal of digital media design 1: 3-14.

Datta, S. 2006. “Modeling dialogue with mixed initiative in design space exploration.” AI EDAM: artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis, and manufacturing 20 (2): 129-142.

Datta, S., and D. Beynon. 2005. “A Computational Approach to the Reconstruction of Surface Geometry from Early Temple Superstructures.” International journal of architectural computing 3 (4): 471-486.

Conference proceedings

Datta, Sambit (2013). “DESIGN EXPLORATION WITH STOCHASTIC MODELS: Comparing two examples from façade subdivision.” In 47th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), Nov 13, 2013, Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Hong Kong: The Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA).

Pitts, Greg, Farley, Holly and Sambit Datta (2013). “Research in Practice: An exercise in Generative Urban Massing.” In 18th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2013), May 15, 2013, National University of Singapore: Research Publishing Services.

Beynon, David and Sambit Datta (2013). “The Construction Geometry of Early Javanese Temples.” In OPEN: The 30th Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ-2013), Jul 2, 2013, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia: Society of Architectural Historians Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ).

Ham, J. J.,  Schnabel, M. A., and S. Datta. 2012. “Developing Online Construction Technology Resources in Tectonic Design Education.” In eCAADe 2012: 30th International Conference on Education and research in Computer-aided Architectual Design in Europe, Sep 12, 2012, Prague: eCAADe (Education and research in Computer-aided Architectual Design in Europe).

Chang, T., Jiang,  H., Chen, S., and S. Datta. 2012. “Dynamic skin: Interacting with space: An inter-media interface between people and space.” In CAADRIA 2012 > Beyond Codes and Pixels, Apr 25, 2012, Hindustan University, Chennai, India: Association for Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA), Hong Kong.

Hanafin, S., Datta, S., Rolfe, B., and M. Hobbs. 2012. “Envelope tessellation with stochastic rotation of 4-fold penttiles.” In CAADRIA 2012 > Beyond Codes and Pixels, Apr 25, 2012, Hindustan University, Chennai, India: Association for Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA), Hong Kong.

Datta, S., and M. Hobbs. 2011. “A Formal Model of Mixed-Initiative Interaction in Design Exploration.” In 14th International Conference, HCI International 2011, Jul 9, 2011, Orlando, FL, USA: Springer.

Datta, S., and B. Rolfe. 2011. “Computational Exploration of Design Spaces: Non-deterministic choice and stochastic generation.” In 3rd International Conference on Research into Design, Jan 10, 2011, Bangalore, India: Research Publishing.

Datta, S., Sharman, M., Hanafin, S., and T. Chang. 2011. “Computing and Construction of Vault Geometry Prototypes.” In International Association for Automation and Robotics in Construction, Jun 29, 2011, Imperial Palace Hotel, Seoul, South Korea: IAARC: International Association for Automation and Robotics in Construction.

Hanafin, S., Datta, S., and B. Rolfe. 2011. “Tree Facades: Generative Modelling with an Axial Branch Rewritting System.” In 16th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, Apr 27, 2011, Newcastle, Australia: Association for the Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA), Hong Kong.

Ghani, M. A., Datta, S., and D. Beynon. 2011. “Virtual Werribee: A planning support tool.” In The 19th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM2011) - Sustaining the future: understanding and living with uncertainty - Proceedings, Dec 12, 2011, Perth Australia: Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand.

Sharman, M. P., and S. Datta. 2009. “Gaussian vault geometry: digital design and fabrication of scaled prototypes.” In CAADRIA 2009: Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, Apr 22, 2009, Taiwan: National Yunlin University of Science and Technology.

Ghani, M., and S. Datta. 2009. “Virtual Ampang Jaya.” In ASCAAD09: Proceeding of the Fourth International Conference of The Arab Society for Computer Aided Architectural Design, May 11, 2009, Manama, Bahrain: University of Bahrain.

Pitts, G., and S. Datta. 2008. “Parametric modelling and the tessellation of architectural surfaces.” In ANZAScA ‘08 Innovation, Inspiration and Instruction: New Knowledge in the Architectural Sciences, Nov 26, 2008, Newcastle, NSW: ANZAScA.

Pitts, G., Datta, S., and K. Kao. 2007. “Rapid Manufacturing: Torus geometry and surface tessellation.” In Taiwan Association of Digital Media Design, Dec 6, 2007, Yunlin, Taiwan: Taiwan Association of Digital Media Design.

Beynon, D., and S. Datta. 2007. “Travelling Cultures in the First Millennium: Variations in Pre-Angkorean temples.” In Proceedings of the XXIVth Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, Sep 21, 2007, Adelaide, South Australia: Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand.

Books

Rodan, Debbi., Ellis, Katie and Pia Lebeck (2014). Disability, Obesity and Ageing: Popular Media Identifications. Surrey: Ashgate.
Rodan, Debbie, Ellis, Katie and Pia Lebeck (2014). Disability, Obesity and Ageing: Popular Media Identifications. Surrey: Ashgate.

Ellis, K. (forthcoming 2014). Disability and Popular Culture: Focusing Passion, Creating Community, Expressing Defiance. Surrey: Ashgate.

Ellis, K. & G. Goggin (forthcoming 2014). Disability and the Media. London: Palgrave.

Ellis, K. & M. Kent (2011). Disability and New Media. New York: Routledge.

Ellis, K. (2008). Disabling Diversity: the social construction of disability in 1990s Australian national cinema. Germany: VDM Verlag.

Book chapters


Ellis, Katie and Mike Kent. "Facebook, disability and higher education: Accessing the digital classroom and accessing the digital campus." In An Education in Facebook: Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social Network, edited by M. Kent & T. Leaver. Routledge: New York (2014): 196–205.

Goggin, G. & K. Ellis. "Supporting the Future 80s Sci-Fi Promised Us: Kickstarter and the disability mode of production." In Elizabeth Ellcessor and Bill Kirkpatrick (eds) Popular Disability: Media, Popular Culture, and the Meanings of Disability (in development, forthcoming 2014).

Goggin, G. & K. Ellis. ‘Disability, Locative Media, and Complex Ubiquity’ in Ulrik Ekman et al Ubiquitous Computing, Complexity and Culture. New York: Routledge (in development, forthcoming 2014).

Kent, M. & K. Ellis (forthcoming 2014). "Live Music in a Virtual World: Exuberant Flourishing and Disability at Wheelies Nightclub in Second Life." In Rebecca Bennett and Angela Jones (eds.) Live Music. Oxford: Chandos.

Kent, M. & K. Ellis (forthcoming 2014). "Facebook, Disability and Higher Education: Accessing the digital campus." In Mike Kent and Tama Leaver (eds.) An Education in Facebook? Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social. New York: Routledge.

Ellis, K. & G. Goggin (2013). "Disability and Social Media." In Jeremy Hunsinger & Theresa Senft (eds) Handbook of Social Media. Routledge.

Ellis, K. (2013). "This Isn’t Something I can Fake: The discourse of disability surrounding Glee." In Marga Mogk (ed.) Different Bodies: Disability in Film and Television. Jefferson: McFarland.

Ellis, K. (2012). "New Media as a powerful ally in the representation of mental illness: YouTube, resistance and change." In Lawrence C. Rubin (ed) Mental Illness and Popular Culture. Jefferson: McFarland.

Ellis, K. (2012). "Taste is the enemy of creativity: Disability, YouTube and a new language." In Tara Brabazon (ed) After avatars, trolls and puppets: Community 2.0 and the quest for authenticity. Oxford: Chandos.

Ellis, K. (2012). "Live Fast, Die Young, Become Immortal."In Tara Brabazon (ed) After avatars, trolls and puppets: Community 2.0 and the quest for Authenticity. Oxford: Chandos.

Ellis, K. (2010). "Dolls with Disabilities: playing with diversity." In Nannette Norris (ed) Unionist Popular Culture and Rolls of Honour in the North of Ireland During the First World War and Other Diverse Essays. New York: The Edwin Mellen Press.

Ellis, K. (2010). "[P]eople often judged by what they feared or knew existed in themselves." A postcolonial critique of disability in Elizabeth Jolley’s The Well. In Nathanael O’Reilly (ed) Postcolonial Issues in Australian Literature. Cambria Press.

Ellis, K. (2010). "Disability in Australian Cinema: Cultural Anxiety to Diversity." In Ben Goldsmith & Geoff Lealand (eds) Intellect Directory of Australian and New Zealand Cinema. Bristol: Intellect.

Ellis, K. (2010). "I premiered my first film in an Inaccessible Cinema: Changing the social landscape through disability feminist activism and film." In Laura Finley & Emily Stringer (eds) Beyond Burning Bras: Everyday Feminism. Santa Barbara: Praeger.

Ellis, K. (2008). "Isolation and Companionship: disability in Australian (post) colonial cinema." In P. Parekh (ed) Intersecting Gender and Disability Perspectives in Rethinking Postcolonial Identities. Philadelphia: Xlibris

Refereed journal articles

Ellis, Katie. "The Voice Australia (2012): Disability, social media and collective intelligence." Continuum, 28, 4 (2014): 482–494, doi: 10.1080/10304312.2014.907874. 

Ellis, Katie. (2013). "Breakdown is built into it: A politics of resilience in a disabling world." Media Culture Journal, vol. 16, issue 5, October (resilience).

Ellis, K. (2012). "Because of rather than in spite of: Friday Night Lights’ important cultural work of intersecting disability and masculinity." Interactive Media, issue 8.

Ellis, K (2012). "Complicating a rudimentary list of characteristics: Communicating disability with down syndrome dolls." Media Culture Journal, vol.15, issue 5 (list)

Ellis, K. (2012). "It Means Inclusion: A creative approach to disability and telecommunications policy in Australia’ Telecommunications Journal of Australia, vol 62, no 2. [This paper was placed second in the 2012 Telstra-TJA Christopher Newell Prize for Telecommunications and Disability.]

Ellis, K. (2011). "Social Responsibility: Disability in Rolf de Heer’s early films." Metro, issue 169, Sept, pp. 106-111,

Ellis, K. (2011). "Embracing learners with disability: web 2.0, access and insight." Telecommunications Journal of Australia, vol 61, no 2.

Ellis, K. & M. Kent (2010). "Community Accessibility: Tweeters take responsibility for an Accessible Web 2.0’ Fast Capitalism, issue 7, no 1.

Ellis, K. (2010). "Disrupting strength, power and perfect bodies: Disability as narrative prosthesis in 1990s Australian National Cinema." Nebula, issue 7, no 1, June.

Ellis, K. (2010). "A Purposeful Rebuilding: YouTube, representation, accessibility and the socio-political space of disability." Telecommunications Journal of Australia, May, vol 60, no 20. [This paper was shortlisted for the inaugural Telstra-TJA Christopher Newell Prize for Telecommunications and Disability.]

Ellis, K. (2009). “Beyond the Aww Factor: Human interest profiles of paralympians and the media navigation of physical difference and social stigma.” Asia Pacific Media Educator, issue 19.

Ellis, K. (2009). “A Quest Through Chaos: My Narrative of Illness and Recovery.” Gender Forum: An Internet Journal for Gender Studies, vol. 26, issue 2.

Ellis, K. & M. Kent (2008). “iTunes is pretty (useless) when you’re blind: digital design is triggering disability when it could be a solution.M/C Journal, vol. 11, issue 3, July.

Ellis, K. (2007). “Disability as visual shorthand: Theme and style in 1990s Australian National Cinema.”
Metro, issue 152, April, pp. 135-139.

Other articles

Ellis, K. (2013). "New research into Disability and Digital Television: Access and Representation." Disability Media Matters. September 15

Ellis, K. (2013). "Dedication. Loyalty. Friendship. Sort of." Ramp Up, 27 September.

Ellis, K. (2011). "Review of: Shining a Light: 50 Years of the Australian Film Institute." Media International Australia, no. 140, August.

Ellis, K. (2011). "Review of: The Problem Body." Senses of Cinema, issue 59.

Ellis, K. (2010). "A Disabling Environment." In Media Res, a mediacommons project, November.

Ellis, K. (2010). "Review of: Contours of Ableism." Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, vol. 24, issue 4, August, pp. 638-640.

Ellis, K. (2010). "Review of: The Tube Has Spoken: Reality TV and History." Southwest Journal of Cultures, Spring.

Ellis, K. (2010). "Review of: Stories of Oprah: The Oprahfication of American Culture." Southwest Journal of Cultures, Spring.

Ellis, K. (2010). "Be who you want to Be: The philosophy of Facebook and the construction of identity." Australian Screen Education, issue 59, May.

Ellis, K. (2010). "Autism and Aspergers in popular Australian cinema post 2000."In Autism: Special Issue of Disability Studies Quarterly edited by Ralph Savarese & Emily Thornton, vol 30, no 10.

Ellis, K. (2010). "Casting off the hyperbole of disabling society: Barbie as political icon." Online Opinion, 21 January.  http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=9945

Ellis, K. (2007). "Isolation and companionship: Disability in Australian (post) colonial cinema." Wagadu Journal of Transnational Women’s and Gender Studies, vol. 4, Summer.

Ellis, K. (2006). "Rehabilitating 1990s Australian National Cinema: The Sum of Us." Senses of Cinema, issue 39, April-June.

Ellis, K. (2006). "Vicinity: Inclusive Filmmaking in Perth." Link.

Ellis, K, 2002, ‘Accessible Cinema’, Link, vol. 11, issue 2, May.

Books

Fitzgerald, S. (2012) Corporations and Cultural Industries, Rowman & Littlefield, New York. View book review

Book chapters

Bennett, Dawn, Coffey, Jane, Fitzgerald, Scott, Petocz, Peter and Alistair Rainnie. “Looking Inside the Portfolio to Understand the Work of Creative Workers: A Study of Creatives in Perth.” In Creative Work Beyond the Creative Industries: Innovation, Employment and Education, edited by Greg Hearn, Ruth Bridgstock, Ben Goldsmith and Jess Rodgers, 158–174. Elgar Publishing, 2014. 

Rainnie, Alistair, Fitzgerald, Scott and B. Ellem. "Global production networks and resources in Western Australia." In Resource Curse or Cure? Challenges for sustainable wealth creation in Western Australia, edited by C. Pforr, R. Mayes, A. Dury and M. Brueckner, 93–106. Springer, Berlin, 2014. (WASS-SENSE Ranking B)

Fitzgerald, Scott. (forthcoming May 2015). "Structure of the Cultural Industries – Global Corporation to SMEs." In  Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries, edited by J. O’Connor and K. Oakley. London, Routledge.

Lambert, R., Cock J. & S. Fitzgerald (forthcoming) “Global Steel and Social Union Movements” in R. Lambert & A. Herod (eds.) Precarious Labour in Global Perspective, Edward Elgar, London.

Bennett, D., Coffey, J., Fitzgerald, S., Petocz, P., & A. Rainnie (forthcoming) ‘Beyond the Creative: Understanding the Intersection of Specialist and Embedded Work for Creatives in Metropolitan Perth.’ In G. Hearn, R. Bridgstock, B. Goldsmith, J. Rodgers Creative Work beyond the Creative Industries: Innovation, Employment, and Education, Edward Elgar, London.

Journal articles

Fitzgerald, S., Rainnie, A. & J. Burgess (2013) ‘Rediscovering Braverman? Political economy, skill and skill shortages.’ Australian Bulletin of Labour Vol. 39, No. 1 pp. 2–18.

Lambert, Rob, Cock, Jacklyn and Scott Fitzgerald. “Steel, Nature & Society.” Globalizations, 10, 6, (2012): 855–869 (ERA Ranking: A)

Rainnie, A., Fitzgerald, S., Gilchrist, D. & L. Morris "Putting the public first? Restructuring the West Australian human services sector." International Journal of Employment Studies, 20, 1 (2012): 104–125. ISSN: 1039-6993.

Fitzgerald, S. & A. Rainnie (2012) ‘Failing forward: Public schools and new public management.Public Policy, Vol. 7, No. 2, 167-182. ISSN: 1833-2110.

Rainnie, A., Fitzgerald, S. & D. Bennett (2011) “Creative Workers in Western Australia: Towards a Renewed Research Agenda”, Regions, No. 283 (2011): 19–2.

Lambert, R., Cock J. & S. Fitzgerald (forthcoming) ‘Steel, Nature & Society’, Globalizations.

Other writing

Bennett, D. E., Fitzgerald, S. & A. Rainnie. 2011. "ALL CITIES ARE DIFFERENT: Moving creative workforce research forward to a new specificity." Paper presented at State of Australian Cities National Conference 2011, Nov 29, 2011, Melbourne.

Books

Gorman, S. (2008) White Lines Black Lives: The Biography of Australian Football's Krakouer Brothers. VDM Verlag, Saarbrucken, Germany.

Gorman, S. (2005) Brotherboys: The Story of Jim and Phillip Krakouer. Allen & Unwin, Melbourne, Australia. View review.

Book chapters

Gorman, S. (2013) "Michael Long's Letter." In Telling Stories. eds T. Dalziell & P. Genoni. Monash University Press: Melbourne, Australia.

Gorman, S. (2013). “A short letter and a long march: Michael Long and the Stolen Generations.” In Telling Stories: Australian Life and Literature 1935-2012 , ed. Tanya Dalziell, Paul Genoni, 518-524. Melbourne: Monash University Publishing.

Gorman, S. (2011) "A Whispering: Ask not how many; ask why not?" In C. Ryan (ed), Australia: Story of a Cricket Country. Hardie Grant: Richmond, Melbourne.    

Gorman, S. (2010) "The Wiz and I." In P. Corris & J. Dale (eds), Best on Ground: Great Writers on the greatest Game. Penguin: Melbourne, Victoria.   

Gorman, S. (2008) "Blak Magic: Indigenous Identity and the media in the 1980s." In P. Burke & J. Senyard (eds), Behind the Play: Football in Australia. Maribyrnong Press: Hawthorn, Australia.

Journal articles

Gorman, S. (2012) "Voices from the boundary line. The Australian Football League's Indigenous team of the Century." Sport in Society: Indigenous People, Race Relations and Australian Sport. C. Hallinan & J. Barry (eds).  Routledge, London.

Gorman, S. & K. Reeves (2012) "Reviewing Rule 30: The implications of Vilification Laws in the Australian Football League since 1995."Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues. The Politics of Participation: Current Perspectives on Indigenous and Multicultural Sport Studies. June, Vol 15, issue 2.

Gorman, S., Reeves, K., Lusher, D., Cazaly, C. & P. Leonard (2012) "Measuring Harmony, Multiculturalism and Reconciliation: Australian Football League's Racial and Religious Vilification Laws". Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues. The Politics of Participation: Current Perspectives on Indigenous and Multicultural Sport Studies. June, Vol 15, issue 2.

Gorman, S. (2012) "The Indigenous Team of the Century and the Politics of Reconciliation." In C. Hallinan & J. Barry (eds), Indigenous People, Race Relations and Australian Sport. Routledge: London, in press.

Gorman, S. & K. Reeves (eds) (2012) "The Politics of participation: Current Perspectives on Indigenous and Multicultural Sports studies." Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues: The Politics of participation: Current Perspectives on Indigenous and Multicultural Sports studies. June, vol 15, issue 2.

Gorman, S., Reeves, K., D. Lusher, Cazaly, C. & P. Leonard (2012) "Measuring Harmony, Multiculturalism and Reconciliation: Australian Football League's Racial and Religious Vilification Laws". Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues. The Politics of Participation: Current Perspectives on Indigenous and Multicultural Sport Studies. June, vol 15, issue 2.

Gorman, S. (2011) CLC Web: Comparative Literature and Culture. (eds, A. O'Neil, and A. Braz). "A Textual exploration of Murri Songman Fogarty."

Gorman, S. (2010) "Sporting Chance: Indigenous Participation in Australian Sports History." Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Vol 12, No. 2, University of Technology Sydney.

Other writing

Gorman, S. (2012) Expectations, Experiences and Reflections of Indigenous Footballers: Transitioning in and out of the AFL. Centre for Aboriginal Studies: Curtin University, WA. 

Gorman, S. (2006) "Krakouer Uncanny: Freud, Football and the 'Magic' Makers". ReVisions of Australia: Histories, Images, Identities: Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies. (ed) Zoltan Abadi-Nagy. Vol.12, No 1-2. 225-238.

Gorman, S., Partington, G. & E. Elderfeild (2006) "Evaluation of the Swan Nyungar Sports Education Program (SNSEP)." Report for the Centre for Indigenous Australian Knowledges, Edith Cowan University.   

Gorman, S. (2006) "Aboriginal Students and the Western Australian Literacy and Numeracy Assessment." Report for the Western Australian Aboriginal Education and Training Council and The Centre for Indigenous Australian Knowledges, Edith Cowan University.

Gorman, S., Partington, G. & J. Elderfeild (2006) Evaluation of the Swan Nyungar Sports Education Program (SNSEP). Centre for Indigenous Australian Knowledges, Edith Cowan University.

Penney, D., Taggart, A. & S. Gorman (2004) "Extending 'at risk' students' participation in school life: A case study of progress within a Specialist Sports School. " Report for the: Clontarf Aboriginal College and Clontarf Football Academy Case Study Project, Perth, Western Australia",

Gorman, S. (2005) "The Role of Physical Education and Sport in Education." Report for Edith Cowan University, 2005.

Gorman, S. (1997) "Intransit Part 1 & 2." In Out of the Box: Creative Writing Anthology. Murdoch University Press: Murdoch University, Perth Western Australia.

Books



Hartley, John and Jason Potts. Cultural science: A natural history of stories, demes, knowledge and innovation. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2014. 

Hartley, John, Wen Wen and Henry Siling Li (forthcoming 2014). Whose Creative Industries? London: Sage Publications.

Hartley, J., Burgess, J. & A. Bruns (eds) (2013). A Companion to New Media Dynamics. Malden MA & Oxford; Wiley-Blackwell [35 chapters; 500 pages]. View review.

Hartley, J., Potts, J., Cunningham, S., Flew, T., Keane, M. & J. Banks (2013). Key Concepts in Creative Industries. London: Sage Publications. 

Hartley, J. (2012). Digital Futures for Media and Cultural Studies. Malden, MA & Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. 

Hartley, J. (2011). Communication, Cultural and Media Studies: The Key Concepts. 4th edn. London: Routledge.

New books in preparation

Hartley, J. & J. Potts, Cultural Science. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Hartley, J. & W. Wen, Whose Creative Industries?  London: Sage Publications.

Book chapters

Hartley, J. (2013) "Authorship and the narrative of the self." A Companion to Media Authorship, edited by J. Gray and D. Johnson. Wiley Online Library, doi: 10.1002/9781118505526.ch2.

Hartley, J. (2012). 'Before Ongism: "To Become What We Want to Be, We Have to Decide What We Were".' In W. J. Ong, Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word. 30th Anniversary Edition. London: Routledge.

Hartley, J. (2012). 'After Ongism: The Evolution of Networked Intelligence.' In W. J. Ong, Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word. 30th Anniversary Edition. London: Routledge.

Hartley, J. (2012). 'Authorship and the Narrative of the Self.' In J. Gray & D. Johnson (eds) The Companion to Media Authorship. Malden, MA & Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hartley, J. (2012). 'Authorship and the Narrative of the Self.' In J. Gray & D. Johnson (eds) The Companion to Media Authorship. Malden, MA & Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hartley, J. (2012). 'Remembering Expertise: Form Puberty Rite to Irenic Media Studies.' In: K. Darian-Smith & S. Turnbull (eds), Remembering Television: History, Memory and Technologies. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 155-72.

Hartley, J. (2012). 'The Probability Archive: from Essence to Uncertainty in the Growth of Knowledge.' In F. Lee, L. Leung, J. Qiu & D. Chu (eds) Frontiers in New Media Research. London & New York: Routledge, 73-92.

Hartley, J. (2012). 'Interaction Design, Mass Communication and the Challenge of Distributed Expertise.' In: E. Felton, O. Zelenko & S. Vaughan (eds), Design and Ethics: Reflections on Practice. London: Routledge, 111-25.

Petzold, T., Liao, H., Hartley, J. & J. Potts (2012) "A World Map of Knowledge in the Making: Wikipedia's Inter-language linking as a dependency explorer of global knowledge accumulation." In M Schich, R. Malina & I.S Meirelles (Eds) Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks, MIT Press. Links to: E-Book and Web Companion.

Hartley, J. (2011). 'Outlearning.' In Making the University Matter, ed. Barbie Zelizer, 162-172. New York: Routledge.

Journal articles

Hartley, John. "Urban semiosis: Creative industries and the clash of systems." International Journal of Cultural Studies. 1367877914528120, first published on May 8, 2014 as doi:10.1177/1367877914528120.

Hartley, John & Jason Potts (2014). "Knowledge innovation: What is cultural science (and what it is not)." Cultural Science Journal, 7, (1), 34–57.

Hartley, J., Lucy, N., & R. Briggs (2013). 'DIY John Curtin: Uncertain futures for heritage and citizenship in the era of digital friends and foes.' International Journal of Cultural Studies, 16 (6), 557-577.

Hartley, J., Potts, J. & T. MacDonald (2012). 'The CCI Creative City Index.' International Cultural Administration, vol. 1. Beijing: Research Center of Cultural and Leisure Industry, University of International Business and Economics, December, 158-177.

Hartley, J. (2012) 'New Work in the Cultural Sciences.' Cultural Science Journal 5:2, 1-7.

Green, L., Brady, B., Ólafsson, K., Hartley, J. & C. Lumby (2011). 'AU Kids Online: Risks and safety for Australian children on the internet.' Cultural Science Journal 4:1, 1-73 (whole issue).

Hartley, J. 2011. "Cultural Studies and the Urgency of Interdisciplinarity: Sooner, not later, we're going to need a Cultural Science." MATRIZes (5) (1): 11-43 (1).

Petzold, T., Liao, H-T., Hartley J. & J Potts (2012) 'A World Map of Knowledge in the Making: Wikipedia's Inter-Language Linkage as a Dependency Explorer of Global Knowledge Accumulation.' Leonardo: Art, Science and Technology 45(3).

Other writing

Hartley, J., Potts, J., MacDonald, T. with C. Erkunt and C. Kufleitner (2012). 'CCI Creative City Index.' Brisbane: CCI. Accessible at: Cultural Science Journal 5:1, 1-138, plus data spreadsheet (whole issue).

Book chapters

Axel Bruns, Tim Highfield, and Stephen Harrington (2013). ‘Sharing the News: Dissemination of Links to Australian News Sites on Twitter’. In J. Gordon, P. Rowinski, & G. Stewart (Eds.), Br(e)aking the News: Journalism, politics and new media. Peter Lang: New York, NY. pp. 181-209.

Tim Highfield (2013). ‘Following the Yellow Jersey: Tweeting the Tour de France’. In K. Weller, A. Bruns, J. Burgess, M. Mahrt, & C. Puschmann (Eds.), Twitter and Society. Peter Lang: New York, NY. pp. 249-261.

Axel Bruns and Tim Highfield (2012). "Blogs, Twitter, and breaking news: The produsage of citizen journalism." In R. A. Lind, (ed), Produsing Theory in a Digital World : The Intersection of Audiences and Production in Contemporary Theory. Peter Lang Publishing Inc: New York, pp. 15-32.

S. Harrington, Tim Highfield and Axel Bruns (2012) "More than a backchannel : Twitter and television." In J. M. Noguera (ed), Audience Interactivity and Participation. COST Action ISO906 Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies, Brussels, Belgium, pp. 13-17.

Journal articles

Croeser S. and T. Highfield. "Occupy oakland and #oo: Uses of twitter within the occupy movement." First Monday, 19, 3 (2014), doi: 10.5210/fm.v19i3.4827.

Bruns, A. & T. Highfield (2013). "Political Networks on Twitter: Tweeting the Queensland state election". Information, Communication & Society, doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2013.782328 (online-first)

Highfield, T., Harrington, S. & A. Bruns (2013). "Twitter as a Technology for Audiencing and Fandom: The #Eurovision phenomenon". Information, Communication & Society, 16(3), 315-339. doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2012.756053

Highfield, T. (2012). "Talking of Many Things: Using Topical Networks to Study Discussions in Social Media". Journal of Technology in Human Services, 30 (3-4), 204-218. doi: 10.1080/15228835.2012.746894

Highfield, T. & A. Bruns (2012) "Confrontation and cooptation : a brief history of Australian political blogs." Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy, pp. 89-98.

Highfield, T., Kirchhoff, L. & N. Thomas (2011) "Challenges of tracking topical discussion networks online." Social Science Computer Review, 277-287.

Bruns, A., Burgess, J., Highfield, T., Kirchhoff, L. & T. Nicolai (2011). "Mapping the Australian networked public sphere", Social Science Computer Review 29 (3), 277-287.

Highfield, T. (2009) "Which way up? Reading and drawing maps of the blogosphere." Ejournalist, 9 (1), pp. 99-114.

Other writing

Highfield, T. (2011). Mapping intermedia news flows: topical discussions in the Australian and French political blogospheres. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.

Kirchhoff L., Nicolai, T., Bruns, A. & T. Highfield (2009) "Monitoring the Australian Blogosphere through the 2007 Australian Federal Election." Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Conference 2009, pp. 982-1005.

Books

Hutchison, A. H. (ed.) 2007. The Future of Digital Media Culture: Proceedings. Perth, WA: Curtin University, Perth.

Journal articles

Hutchison, A. H. 2008. “Making the Water Move: Techno-Historic Limits in the Game Aesthetics of Myst and Doom.” Game Studies: The International Journal of Computer Game Research 8 (1).

Farren, B. A., and A. H. Hutchison. 2006. “Here be Dragons! – Bio-art beyond the edge of everything.” Switch 21 1: 1-13.   

Farren, B. A., and A. H. Hutchison. 2005. “Here be Dragons! – Bio-art beyond the edge of everything.” Switch 21 21: 1-10.

Farren, B. A., and A. H. Hutchison. 2004. “Cyborgs, New Technology and the Body: The Changing Nature of Garment.” Fashion Theory – The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture 8: 461-475.

Farren, B. A., and A. H. Hutchison. 2004. “Digital Clothes: Active, Dynamic and Virtual Textiles and Garments.” Textile – The Journal of Cloth and Culture 2: 290-307.

Conference proceedings

Hutchison, A. H. 2007. “Back to the Holodeck: New Life for Virtual Reality?.” In DIMEA 2007: Second International Conference on Digital Interactive Media in Entertainment and Arts, September 19, 2007, Perth: Murdoch University.

Hutchison, A. H. 2006. “Where are my legs? Embodiment Gaps in Avatars.” In CGIE2006 – Joint International Conference on CyberGames and Interactive Entertainment 2006, Dec 4, 2006, Fremantle, WA: CGIE2006.

Hutchison, A. H. 2005. “The Natural Languages of Immersion.” In 6th DAC Conference. Digital Experience: Design, Aesthetics, Practice, December 1, 2005, Denmark: IT University of Copenhagen.

Hutchison, A. H. 2004. ““What is she wearing!?” – Active Textiles and Garments.” In thespacebetween textiles_art_design_fashion, Apr 1, 2004, Western Australia: the space between, Faculty of BEAD.

Hutchison, A. H. 2003. “Analysing the Performance of interactive Narrative.” In MelbourneDAC2003, 5th International Digital Arts and Culture Conference, May 1, 2003, Victoria: RMIT University.

Creative works

Hutchison, A. H. 2004. The New Potentials. Western Australia: The Spacebetween. Exhibition – Curation.

Doropoulos, M., Farren, B. A., Hutchison, A.H., and K. Kawashima. 2004. the spacebetween textiles_art_design_fashion. Western Australia: John Curtin Gallery.

Books

Kent, Mike and Tama Leaver. An Education in Facebook: Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social Network. Routledge: New York (2014).

Ellis, K & M. Kent (2011.) Disability and New Media. Routledge: New York.

Book chapters

Cake, David and Mike Kent. "Hacking the city: Disability and access in cities made of software." In City Imaging: Regeneration, Renewal and Decay, edited by T. Brabazon, 103–116. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer; 2014: 103-116, doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-7235-9_8.

Kent, Mike. "What’s on your mind?: Facebook as a forum for teaching and learning in Higher Education." In An Education in Facebook: Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social Network, edited by M. Kent & T. Leaver. Routledge: New York (2014): 53–60.

Kent, Mike and Tama Leaver. "The Revolution that’s already happening." In An Education in Facebook: Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social Network, edited by M. Kent & T. Leaver. Routledge: New York (2014): 1–10.

Ellis, Katie and Mike Kent. "Facebook, disability and higher education: Accessing the digital classroom and accessing the digital campus." In An Education in Facebook: Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social Network, edited by M. Kent & T. Leaver. Routledge: New York (2014): 196–205.

Ellis, K. & M. Kent. "Live Music in a Virtual World: Exuberant Flourishing and Disability at Wheelies Nightclub in Second Life." In R. Bennett & A. Jones (eds) The Digital Evolution of Live Music. Chandos: Cambridge (accepted for publication, forthcoming 2014).

Kent, M. & E. Stringer (2013). "Action Research and The Internet." In E Stringer, Action Research (4th edition). Sage: London.

Kent, M. (2012). "Strangers in the Swarm." In T. Brabazon (ed) Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0: Moving Beyond Avatars, Trolls and Puppets. Chandos: Oxford.

Kent, M. (2012). "When Community Becomes Commodity." In T. Brabazon (ed) Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0: Moving Beyond Avatars, Trolls and Puppets. Chandos: Oxford.

Kent, M. (2012). "What’s in a Name? Digital Resources and Resistance at the Global Periphery." In T. Brabazon (ed) Digital Dialogues and Community 2.0: Moving Beyond Avatars, Trolls and Puppets. Chandos: Oxford.

Kent, M. (2008). "He who pays the piper must call the tune?" In T. Brabazon (ed), The Revolution Will Not Be Downloaded. Chandos: Oxford.

Kent, M. (2008). "Cultware: Constructing the matrix of internet access." In T. Brabazon (ed), The Revolution Will Not Be Downloaded. Chandos: Oxford.

Edited journal issues

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Leaver, Tama and Mike Kent. "Introduction – Facebook in Education: Lessons Learnt." Digital Culture & Education. 6, 1 (2014): 60–65.

Journal articles

Kent, M. "Changing the Conversation: Facebook as a venue for online class discussion in higher education." Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 9, 4 (2014): 546–565.

Ellis, K. & M. Kent (2010). "Community Accessibility: Tweeters take responsibility an accessible Web 2.0." Fast Capitalism, issue 7.1.

Kent, M (2008). "Digital Divide 2.0 and the Digital Subaltern." Nebula: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship, issue 16 (5.4), December, pp. 84–97.

Kent, M (2008). "Massive multi-player online games and the developing political economy of cyberspace." Fast Capitalism, issue 4.1.

Ellis, K. & M. Kent (2008). "iTunes is pretty (useless) when you’re blind: Digital design is triggering disability when it could be a solution." M/C Journal, vol. 11, issue 3, July.

Kent, M. (2007). "New technology and the universal service obligation in Australia: Drifting towards exclusion?" Nebula: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship, issue 13 (4.3), December, pp. 101–124.

Kent, M. (2006). "Not dead, but maybe extinct: The university in Australia." AQ – Australian Quarterly, vol. 78, November-December.

Brabazon, T., Cull, F., Kent, M. & L. McRae (2005). "Jingling the single: The i-podification of the music industry." AQ – Australian Quarterly, vol. 77, May-June.

Kent, M. (2004). "Spam regulation and Australia: National sovereignty and the .au." AQ – Australian Quarterly, vol. 76, July-August.

Research reports

Kent, M. & S. Mallinder (2009). "The National Subject Profile – Media and Communications 2007-08. The Higher Education Academy: York.

Kent, M. & S. Mallinder (2008). "Staff and Students in Media Subjects in Higher Education: The United Kingdom 2007-2008." Art Design Media Subject Centre, The Higher Education Academy. Brighton, UK.

Mallinder, S. & M. Kent (2008). "Staff and Students in Media Education 2008 – Staff and Student Voice." Art Design Media Subject Centre, The Higher Education Academy. Brighton, UK.

Books

Leaver, T. (2012). Artificial Culture: Identity, Technology, and Bodies. New York and London: Routledge.

Kent, M. & T. Leaver (eds). An Education in Facebook: Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social Network. Routledge: New York (May 2014).

Book chapters

Leaver, Tama and Clare Lloyd. "Seeking transparency in locative media." In Rowen Wilken and Gerard Goggin (eds). Locative Media. London and New York: Routledge, 2014.  Further details.

Leaver, Tama. "Facebook, student engagement, and the 'uni coffee shop' group." In An Education in Facebook: Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social Network, edited by Mike Kent & Tama Leaver. Routledge: New York (2014): 121–131.

Kent, Mike and Tama Leaver. "The Revolution that’s already happening." In An Education in Facebook: Higher Education and the World’s Largest Social Network, edited by M. Kent & T. Leaver. Routledge: New York (2014): 1–10.

Leaver, Tama. "Selling an Australian Cinderella? YouTube Stories." In T. Dalziell & P. Genoni (Eds.), Telling Stories: Australian Life and Literature 1935–2012 (pp. 573–578). Melbourne: Monash University Publishing, 2013.

Leaver, Tama, "Artificial Mourning: The Spider-Man Trilogy and September 11th." In R. M. Peaslee & R. G. Weiner (Eds.), Web-Spinning Heroics: Critical Essays on the History and Meaning of Spider-Man (pp. 154-165). Jefferson NC and London: McFarland, 2012.

Leaver, Tama. Twittering informal learning and student engagement in first-year units. In A. Herrington, J. Schrape, & K. Singh (Eds.), Engaging students with learning technologies (pp. 97-110). Perth, Australia: Curtin University, 2012.

Leaver, Tama.  "'Humanity's Children': Constructing and Confronting the Cylons'" In Cylons in America: Critical Studies of Battlestar Galactica, ed. Potter and C.W. Marshall, 132-142. New York: Continuum, 2008.

Leaver, Tama. "The discovery of HAL's body: Representions of artificial intelligence and embodiment in science fiction cinema." In Undisciplined Thoughts, edited by Penny O'Connor & Jane Scott. Perth, WA: Black Swan Press, 2002.

Edited journal issues

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Leaver, Tama and Mark Kent."Facebook in education: Lessons learned." Digital Culture and Education, 6, 1 (2014).

Journal articles

Leaver, Tama and Mike Kent. "Introduction – Facebook in Education: Lessons Learnt." Digital Culture & Education. 6, 1 (2014): 60–65.

Leaver, Tama.  "The Social Media Contradiction: Data Mining and Digital Death." M/C Journal, 16, 2 (2013).

Leaver, T. 2013. “FCJ-163 Olympic Trolls: Mainstream Memes and Digital Discord.” Fibreculture Journal, 1, 22 (2013): 216–233.

Leaver, T. (2013). ‘Joss Whedon, Dr. Horrible, and the Future of Web Media.’ Popular Communication, 11(2), 160 - 173, doi: 10.1080/15405702.2013.779510.

Leaver, T., Willson, M., & M. Balnaves (2012). 'Transparency and the Ubiquity of Information Filtration?' Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy, 1(2).

Leaver, T. (2008). 'Watching Battlestar Galactica in Australia and the Tyranny of Digital Distance.' Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy. 1 (126): pp. 145-154.

Leaver, T. (2006) 'The Blogging of Everyday Life", Reconstruction, 6, 4.

Leaver, T. (2004) 'Iatrogenic Permutations: From Digital Genesis to the Artificial Other', Comparative Literature Studies, 41, 3, 2004, pp. 424-435.

Leaver, T. (2004) 'Rationality, Representation and the Holocaust in Life is Beautiful.' Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies, 10, 2004, pp. 70-80,

Leaver, T. (2004) '"The Infinite Plasticity of the Digital:" Posthuman Possibilities, Embodiment and Technology in William Gibson's Interstitial Trilogy', Reconstruction, 4, 3, 2004,

Leaver, T. (2003) 'Interstitial Spaces and Multiple Histories in William Gibson's Virtual Light, Idoru and All Tomorrow's Parties', Limina: A Journal of Historical and Cultural Studies, 9, 2003, pp. 118-130.

Leaver, T. (2003). 'WebCT: Will the Future of Online Education be Userfriendly?' Fibreculture Journal. 2.

Leaver, T. (2002) '"Your appeal to my humanity is pointless": The Borg and Radical Performativity in Star Trek.' Outskirts, 9, May/August 2002.

Conference proceedings

Balnaves, M., Leaver, T. and M. Willson (2012) ‘Entering Farmville: Finding Value in Social Games.’ Communicating Changing and Changing Communication in the 21st Century, ANZCA Conference Proceedings, Adelaide, July.

Balnaves, M., Leaver, T. and M. Willson (2011) ‘The Ubiquity of Information Filtration,’ ANZCA Conference Proceedings, Hamilton, New Zealand, July.

Balnaves, M., Leaver, T. and M. Willson (2010) ‘Habermas and the Net’, International Communication Association Conference Proceedings, Singapore, June 22.

Other writing

Leaver, Tama. "Is Facebook finally taking anonymity seriously?" The Conversation, 6 May 2014. [Syndicated SBS News, The New Zealand Herald.]

Books

Montgomery, L. (2012). China’s Creative Industries: Copyright, Social Network Markets and the Business of Culture in a Digital Age. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Major reports

Thompson, S., Sissons, A., & L. Montgomery (2012). UK Design as a Global Industry: International Trade and Intellectual Property. London, UK: Intellectual Property Office.

Book chapters

Montgomery, L. & X. Ren (2015). “The changing role of copyright in China’s emergent media  economy.” In Gary D. Rawnsley, Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley (Eds). Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media.

Li, C. & L. Montgomery (2011). “The 2008 Tibet riots: Competing perspectives, divided group protests and divergent media narratives.”  In S. Cottle & L. Lester, (Eds.), Transnational Protests and the Media. New York: Peter Lang.  

Montgomery, L., & J. Potts (2009). “Global reuse and adaptation in the creative industries – Three further arguments against intellectual property based on lessons from China.” In P. L. Jayanthi Reddy (Ed.), Creative Commons: International Perspectives, Hyderabad: Amicus Books.

Montgomery, L. & J. Hartley (2009). "Fashion as consumer entrepreneurship: Emergent risk culture, social network markets, and the launch of Vogue in China." In J. Hartley, (Ed.), The Uses of Digital Literacy: Creative Economy and Innovation Culture (pp. 163–183). St Lucia: University of Queensland Press.

Montgomery, L. & M. Keane (2006). "Learning to love the market." In Pradip N. Thomas and Jan Servaes (Eds) Intellectual Property Rights and Communications in Asia, New Delhi: Sage.

Special journal issues

Montgomery, L. (2014). Knowledge Unlatched Full Pilot Report. Cultural Science Journal, 7:2 (whole issue).

Montgomery, L. & J. Hartley (Eds). Internationalising the Creative Industries. Special issue of the Chinese Journal of Communication,  2 (1) 2009. 

Refereed journal articles

Ren, X. & L. Montgomery. “Open Access and Soft Power: Chinese Voices in International Scholarship.” Media, Culture and Society. (2015, in Press).

Montgomery, L.  "The digital economy bill and the UK’s creative industries: A perspective from China." Prometheus, 28, 4 (2011): 401–410.

Montgomery, L. "Space to grow: Copyright, cultural policy and commercially-focused music in China." Chinese Journal of Communication, 2, 2 (2009): 36–49.

Hartley, J. & L. Montgomery. "Creative Industries come to China (MATE)." Chinese Journal of Communication, 2, 1 (2009): 1–12.

Hartley, J. & L. Montgomery. "Fashion as consumer entrepreneurship: Emergent risk culture, social network markets, and the launch of ‘Vogue’ in China." Chinese Journal of Communication, 2, 1 (2009): 61–76.

Montgomery. L. & J. Potts. "Does weaker IP mean stronger creative industries? Some lessons from China." Creative Industries Journal, 1, 3 (2009): 245–261.

Potts, J. D., Hartley, J., Banks, J. A., Burgess, J. E., Cobcroft, R. S., Cunningham, S. D. & L. Montgomery. "Consumer co-creation and situated creativity." Industry and Innovation, 15, 5 (2008): 459–474.

Montgomery. L. & J. Potts. "Global reuse and adaptation in the creative industries: Three further arguments against intellectual property." DIME IPR Working Papers Series on Intellectual Property Rights, 2008.

Montgomery, L. "Beijing bling: Creative details and consumer choices in contemporary China. An interview with Huang Hung." International Journal of Cultural Studies, 9, 3 (2006): 369–376.

Montgomery, L. & B. Fitzgerald. "Copyright and the Creative Industries in China." International Journal of Cultural Studies, 9, 3 (2006): 407–418.

Montgomery, L. "Online music markets in China: The broader picture and the role of copyright and DRM." INDICARE Monitor, 2, 9 (2005).

Refereed conference papers

Frances Pinter and Lucy Montgomery. "Knowledge Unlatched: Toward an Open and Networked Future for Academic Publishing" (2012). Proceedings of the Charleston Library Conference. DOI: 10.5703/1288284315130.

Other

Thompson, S., Sissons, A., & L. Montgomery (2012). UK Design as a Global Industry: International Trade and Intellectual Property. London, UK: Intellectual Property Office.

Montgomery, L. & F. Pinter. "Data Innovation and Open Access." Big Innovation Centre Blog, 23 January 2013.
Montgomery, L. "Knowledge Unlatched Launches its Pilot Collection." Big Innovation Centre Blog, 22 October 2013.

Montgomery, L. & M. de Silva. "The Next Publication Revolution: Open Access and the Post-2014 Research Excellence Framework." Big Innovation Centre Blog, 4 April 2013.

Montgomery, L. "Open Access and Scholarly Books Workshop Report." Knowledge Unlatched and the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard Law School, 10 September 2013.

Montgomery, L. "Metrics Challenges for Monographs." Knowledge Unlatched News, 19 April 2013.

Montgomery, L. "Open Access Books." Elucidate, UK eInformation Group, 10, 1 (2013).

Andersen, B., Montgomery, L. & B. Reid,. "Digital Copyright Exchange Feasibility Study: Response to the Hooper Consultation from the Big Innovation Centre." UK Intellectual Property Office, London, 2012.

Montgomery, L. Review of: Creativity and its Discontents: China’s Creative Industries and Intellectual Property Rights Offences by Laikwan Pang, Times Higher Education, 19 July 2012.

Montgomery, L. "Making Every Book Count." Big Innovation Centre Blog, 18 July 2012.

Montgomery, L. "A Revolutionary New Approach to Making Humanities and Social Sciences Books Free." Impact of Social Sciences blog, 4 May 2012.

Montgomery, L. "A Revolutionary New Approach to Making Scholarly Books Free." Big Innovation Centre Blog, 3 May 2012.

Montgomery, L. "China: A Land of Opportunities and Lessons?" Big Innovation Centre Blog, 16 November 2011.

Montgomery, L. "Beyond Copyright Industries: Publishing and Digital Futures." Asian Creative Transformations podcast, 21 September 2011.

Montgomery, L. "How Creativity is Changing China." Asian Creative Transformations podcast, 25 August 2011.

Montgomery, L. "Video interview: Rhonda Small.", TV Land Australia (www.tvlandaustralia.com ) 2008.

Montgomery, L. "Ringtones May be Music to Chinese Ears." Asia Times Online, 28 October 2005.

Refereed conference submissions

Montgomery, L. “Tracking your book: What authors should know about Altmetrics.” In Open Access monographs in the humanities and social sciences conference, 1–2 July 2013, British Library London, 2013. 

Montgomery, L. “Encouraging Innovation and Academic Publishing through Collective Action and Open Access Licensing.” In Triple Helix International Conference 2013, 8-10 July 2013, London, 2013.

Montgomery, L. "Knowledge Unlatched: Opening Access to Scholarly Books." 3rd Annual ENCATC Research Session. 12–14 September, Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom, 2012.

Montgomery, L. "Copyright and creative innovation in China: An evolutionary approach." International Communication Association Annual Conference, Singapore, 24 June 2010.

Hartley, J., Bruns, A., Montgomery, L., Burgess, J. & Banks, J. "Cultural science and methodological challenge!’, Researching (popular) media in the age of convergence: Methodological innovations in the study of contemporary media industries, texts, technologies and audiences." Preconference, International Communication Association Annual Conference, Singapore, 22 June 2010.

Montgomery, L., & Potts, J. "Global reuse and adaptation in the creative industries: three further arguments against intellectual property." The creative industries and intellectual property, Birkbeck College, University of London, 22–23 May 2008.

Montgomery, L. "From governance to entrepreneurial consumers: film, music and fashion in China." Creating Value: Between Commerce and Commons, Brisbane: 25–27 June 2008.

Hartley, J., & Montgomery, L. "Fashion as Consumer Entrepreneurship: emergent risk culture, social entrepreneurship, social network markets and the launch of Vogue in China." China Communication Forum Harmonious Society, Civil Society and the Media International Symposium, International Communication Association and Chinese Communication Association, Beijing 20–21 October 2007.

Montgomery, L. "Music, Mobile, Media and China." China Communication Forum Harmonious Society, Civil Society and the Media International Symposium, International Communication Association and Chinese Communication Association, Beijing, 20–21 October 2007.

Montgomery, L. "Lessons from China: Getting On with Business." Chinese Studies Association of Australia Conference, Griffith University Brisbane Australia, 27–29 June 2007.

Montgomery, L. "China’s Film and Music Industries: Copyright, Business Models and Lessons for Developed Markets?" Defining the Field: Themes in Contemporary China Studies, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, Cambridge University United Kingdom, 12–15 April 2007.

Montgomery, L., & M. Foth. "Finding a Voice through New Media and Digital Storytelling: The Fanchong Cherbourg Connection." Paper presented at the 56th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Dresden, Germany, 19–23 June 2006.

Montgomery, L. & B. Fitzgerald. "Copyright Law and the Creative Industries in China." Proceedings 2005 Shanghai International IPR Forum: Intellectual Property Protection and Creative Industries Development, Shanghai, 2005.

Montgomery, L. "Think Me Rich: Copyright, Creativity and China’s New Cultural Sector." Media and Society in China Today, University of Westminster, London, 17–18 June 2005.

Montgomery, L. & M. Keane. "Copyright Reform – Cul-de-sac or a New Frontier for China’s Film and Television Industries?’, Intellectual Property Rights, Communication and the Public Domain in the Asia-Pacific Region Conference, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, 14–17 Dec 2004.

Montgomery, L. "Troubled Waters for the Development of China’s Film Industry." Media Technology, Creative Industries and Cultural Significance Conference, Taipei, 24–25 September 2004.

Keynote and other invited presentations

Montgomery, L. "Copyright and Innovation."  Guest Lecture for MA Unit: Economics and Governance of Innovation and Institutions, Birkbeck College, University of London, 3 June 2013.

Montgomery, L. "Open and Networked Opportunities for Scholarly Books: The Knowledge Unlatched Experiment." Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford University, 25 November 2013.

Montgomery, L. Knowledge Unlatched: Enabling Open Access for Scholarly Books, Adventures in Culture and Technology, 4 November, Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University, 2013.

Montgomery, L. "China’s Creative Industries." Annenberg-Oxford Media Policy Summer Institute,  Oxford University, 24 June–5 July 2013.

Montgomery, L. "Knowledge Unlatched." Open Access and Research 2013 Conference, Queensland University of Technology, 1 November 2013. 

Montgomery, L. "Open Access and Scholarly Books: Australian Perspectives." Pre-conference workshop at the Open Access and Research 2013 Conference, Queensland University of Technology, 30 October 2013.

Montgomery, L. "Open Access for Scholarly Books: Policy and Practice." Online Information 2013, London,  22 November 2013.

Montgomery, L."Open Access Developments in China." Open Access and Scholarly Books, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University., 19 June 2013.

Montgomery, L. "China’s Creative Industries." Invited keynote presentation, Global Changes in the Production and Consumption of Culture, European Parliament, 7 June 2012.

Montgomery, L."Online-Publishing and Web Literature in China." Plenary presentation, China Cultural Week, Leipzig, Germany, 19 September 2012.

Montgomery, L. "Creative transformation: Intellectual assets, creative community and economic development – a comparison between Brisbane and Hangzhou." The First Global World City Conference, Beijing, China, 18–19 September 2010.

Montgomery, L. "Social network markets in China’, Cultural science and innovation in the creative industries." CCI-CCBC sponsored international research workshop, Durham, 27–28 September 2010.

Montgomery, L. "Music 2.0 – Social Music Software, Challenges and Value." Panel presentation, Chinese Bloggers Conference 2007, Tsinghua Science and Technology Park Beijing, 3–4 November 2007.

Books

Mozaffari, Ali. Forming national identity in Iran: The idea of homeland derived from ancient Persia and Islamic imagination of place. London & New York: I.B. Taurus, 2014.

Mozaffari, Ali (ed) (in press). World Heritage in Iran: Perspectives on Pasargadae. London and New York: Ashgate.

Book chapters

Mozaffari, Ali (in press). “Conceptualising a World Heritage Site.”  In World Heritage in Iran: Perspectives on Pasargadae, ed. Ali Mozaffari. London and New York: Ashgate.

Mozaffari, Ali, and Nigel Westbrook (in press). “The (unfinished) museum at Pasargadae.”  In World Heritage in Iran: Perspectives on Pasargadae, edited by Ali Mozaffari. London and New York: Ashgate.

Mozaffari, Ali, and Nigel Westbrook (manuscript submitted, in contract negotiation phase). “In search of the authentic modern: The rhetoric of architecture in late 20th century Iran.”  In Peripheral modernisms: A critical appraisal, edited by Patricia Silva McNeill and Katia Pizzi. Oxford: Legenda.

Mozaffari, Ali. "Modernity and identity: The National Museum of Iran." In Museum revolutions: How museums change and are changed, edited by Simon J. Knell, Suzanne MacLeod and Shelia Watson, 87-104. London: Routledge, 2007.

Mozaffari, Ali. "The National Museum of Australia and the Australian status quo." In Museum, gallery and cultural architecture in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Region: Essays on antipodean identity, edited by Michael J. Ostwald, and Steven Fleming, 53-68. Wales: Edwin Mellen Press, 2007.

Refereed conference proceedings

Mozaffari, Ali and N. Westbrook. ”The Politics of Contextual Specificity and Global Architectural Trends,” translated by S. King, A. Chatterjee, and S. Loo. Launceston: SAHANZ, 2012. Published on CD-ROM.

Mozaffari, Ali, and Nigel Westbrook. "The Unfinished Museum: The Case of Pasargadae World Heritage Site Museum." In Audience [The Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) Annual Conference proceedings], edited by Moulis and Van Der Plaat. Queensland: SAHANZ, 2011.

Mozaffari, Ali. "Towards a Theory of Imagining Places." In Imagining [The Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) Annual Conference proceedings], edited by Ostwald and Chapman. Newcastle: SAHANZ, 2011.

Mozaffari, Ali. "The Origins of the Ancient Iran Museum (AIM)." In Contested Terrains [The Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) XXIII Annual Conference proceedings], edited by McMinn, Stephens, and Basson. Perth: SAHANZ, 2006.

Mozaffari, Ali. "Tradition and The Formation of the Intangible Morphology of Cities in Iran." In Celebration [The Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand (SAHANZ) XXII Annual Conference proceedings], edited by A. Leach and G. Matthewson. Napier: SAHANZ, 2005.

Mozaffari, Ali. "A Riddle of National Identity Unravelling the National Museum of Australia (NMA)." In Limits [Proceedings From the 21st Annual Conference of The Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand], edited by H. Edquist and H. Frichot. Melbourne: SAHANZ, 2004.

Mozaffari, Ali. "Architecture as A Fragment of Progress: The Case of the Glassware and Ceramic Museum." In Progress [The Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand 20th Annual Conference Proceedings], edited by G. Hartoonian. Sydney: SAHANZ, 2003.

Mozaffari, Ali. "The Haptic Design Studio." In AASA Conference Proceedings, edited by T. E. Team. Melbourne: AASA, 2003.

Journal articles

Mozaffari, Ali. "Islamism and Iran’s Islamic Period Museum." International Journal of Heritage Studies, 19, 3 (2013: 259–269, doi: 10.1080/13527258.2011.652145.

Mozaffari, Ali (under review). “Photographic representation, experience, and the politics of scale in Pasargadae.” In International Journal of Heritage Studies.

Mozaffari, Ali. "The Problem of a Site Museum for Pasargadae World Heritage Site (Iran)." The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 4 (2012).

Mozaffari, Ali. "Habitat." In The Architect, RAIA WA Chapter no 4, 2004, pp. 28-29, Perth, Australia.

Mozaffari, Ali. "A Design Proposal for a Park" (Introducing the Great Park of Tabriz), Abadi, no. 21, 1996, Tehran, Iran.

Books

Peters, Nonja. They Came by Sea. Perth: WA Museum, 2010.

Peters, Nonja. From Tyranny to Freedom: Dutch Children from the Netherlands East Indies to Fairbridge Farm School, 1945-1946. Perth, WA: Black Swan Press, 2009.

Peters, Nonja, coordinating author. The Dutch Down Under, 1606-2006. Crawley, WA: UWA Press, 2006.

Peters, Nonja. Milk and Honey but No Gold: Postwar Migration to WA, 1945- 1964. Perth: UWA Press, 2001.

Book chapters

Peters, Nonja. “Victoria Quay: Arrivals and Departures 1906 – 1980.” In Voices from the West End: Stories, People and Events that Shaped Fremantle, edited by Paul Arthur and Geoffrey Bolton.Welshpool Dc, W.A.: Western Australian Museum, 2012.

Peters, Nonja. "On the Street Here You Live: Inner City Immigrant Enterprise." In Northbridge Studies Day Papers, edited by John N. Yiannakis and Felicity Morel-EdnieBrown. Perth, WA: API Network, Curtin University of Technology, 2009.

Peters, Nonja. "The Butlers of Wickipin." In The Dutch Down Under, 1606-2006. Crawley, WA: UWA Press, 2006.

Peters, Nonja. "Evacuations into Australia from the Netherlands East Indies, 1942-1948." In The Dutch Down Under, 1606-2006. Crawley, WA: UWA Press, 2006.

Peters, Nonja. "Setting the Wreckord Straight." In The Dutch Down Under, 1606-2006. Crawley, WA: UWA Press, 2006.

Peters, Nonja. "Two Generations of Dutch Women in Australia: Citizenship, Identity and Belonging." In The Dutch Down Under, 1606-2006. Crawley, WA: UWA Press, 2006.

Peters, Nonja. "Making it in Australia: Self-employment among Dutch Australians." In The Dutch Down Under, 1606-2006. Crawley, WA: UWA Press, 2006.

Peters, Nonja. "Expectations versus Reality: Postwar Dutch Migration to Australia." In Dutch Connections: 400 Years of Australian-Dutch Maritime Links, 1606-2006, Conference Proceedings, edited by Lindsey Shaw and Wendy Wilkins, Sydney: Australian National Maritime Museum, 2006.

Peters, Nonja. "Going Dutch: 400 Years of Netherlanders in Australia." In A Changing People: Diverse Contributions to the State of Western Australia, edited by Raelene Wilding and Farida Tilbury. Migration Research Network, 2004.

Peters, Nonja. "Italians in Business in the Inner City of Perth, Western Australia." In War Internment and Mass Migration: The Italo-Australian Experience 1940-1990, edited by R. Bosworth and Romano Ugolini. Rome: Gruppo Editoriale Internationale, 1992.

Journal articles

Nonja Peters, Netherlands East Indies, Indische, AEMI journal 2014

Peters, Nonja. "No place like home: Experiences of the Netherlands East Indies as real, virtual and politically contested reality by Indisch Dutch and Indisch Dutch Australians." Associated European Migration Institutions (AEMI) Journal, 12 (2014): 72–80.

Peters, Nonja."Generations of Immigrants: Employment and Entrepreneurship in Australia 1890-2000." In Associated European Migration Institutions (AEMI) Journal, Volume 11 (2013): 72-81.

Peters, Nonja. "Selling a dream – expectation versus reality – postwar Dutch and other migration to Australia 1945 - 1970s." Associated European Migration Institutions Journal, 10 (2012): 49-63.

Peters, Nonja. "Memories of a homeland: with mixed feelings, Indisch Dutch Australians still think of Indonesia as home". Inside Indonesia, 103 (Jan-Mar 2011).

Peters, Nonja. "Associated European Migration Institutions." AEMI Journal, 8, 2010.

Peters, Nonja. "Aanpassen and Invisibility:being Dutch in Australia." Tijdschrift voor Sociale en Economisch Geschiedenis, Jaargang 7, 2, 2010.

Peters, Nonja. "Offshore Visibly Different Refugees: Employment Status as it relates to their English Language Proficiency." The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations 7 (2008).

Peters, Nonja. "The Immigration Buildings Victoria Quay 1906-1966." Fremantle Studies (2003).

Peters, Nonja. "Mixed Embeddedness: Does it Really Explain Immigrant Enterprise?" International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research 8, no. 1 (2002): 32-53.

Peters, Nonja. "Just a Piece of Paper: Dutch Women in Western Australia." Studies in Western Australian History, 21 (2000): 53-74.

Peters, Nonja. "Choice or Chance: Self-employment among the Vietnamese in Perth, Western Australia." In "Asian Orientations," edited by Jan Gothard. Special issue, Studies in Western Australian History (1996): 32-53.

Peters, Nonja. "The Ascetic Anorexic." Social Analysis ,37 (March 1995): 49-56.

Conference proceedings

Peters, Nonja. "Dutch Australians at a Glance (DAAAG): Acknowledging the Past, and Sustaining the Present and Future Virtual Centre and Portal", Conference proceedings, Crossing Borders, Redeemer College Ancaster, Toronto, Canada, 3-5 June, 2009, Van Raalte Institute Publications, 2010.

Peters, Nonja. "From Aliens to Australians." In proceedings of From Curtin to Coombs: War and Peace in Australia. Perth, WA: John Curtin Prime Ministerial Library, 2003. Also published on JCPML website.

Peters, Nonja. "The Networks Migrants Use to Run Their Businesses, Perth Western Australia." The Entrepreneur in the Drivers’ Seat, 22nd European Small and Medium Business seminar, The European Foundation for Management Development & Centrum Voor Innovatief Ondernemerschap, Twente, 1992.

Refereed national curriculum contributions

Peters, Nonja. “Internal Migration Australia and China.” Humanities & Social Sciences for the Australian Curriculum Year 8, edited by Malcolm McInerney, 139–167. Cambridge University Press, 2014.

Peters, Nonja. “International Migration in Australia.” Humanities & Social Sciences for the Australian Curriculum Year 8, edited by Malcolm McInerney, 168–165. Cambridge University Press, 2014.

Web essays

Peters, Nonja. Series editor, "The Power of Stories: Stories are to Share." Dutch Australians at a Glance (DAAAG) website (15 additional histories added to the site in 2014, funded by a Your Community Heritage Grant from the Commonwealth Department of the Environment), 2014.

Other writing

Peters. Nonja. "Internationalisation and Cultural Diplomacy." In Hanneke Teekens, (ed) Global Education: A Narrative. NUFFIC: Netherlands Organisation for International Cooperation for Higher Education, 2013.

Peters. Nonja. "Internal Migration in Australia and China." In Geography for the Australian Curriculum 8
pp. 222-267. Australia and New Zealand: Cambridge University Press, 2013.

Encyclopedia

Peters, Nonja. "Entrepreneurs, Immigrants."  Historical encyclopedia of Western Australia, edited by Jenny Gregory and Jan Gothard. Crawley, WA: University of Western Australia Press, 2009.

Peters, Nonja. "Dutch." Historical encyclopedia of Western Australia, edited by Jenny Gregory and Jan Gothard. Crawley, WA: University of Western Australia Press, 2009.

Peters, Nonja. "The Labour Market Policy and Migration." Encyclopedia of Western Australia, edited by Jan Gothard. UWA Press, 2006.

Peters, Nonja. "The Dutch in Western Australia." In The Australian People, edited by James Jupp, 272. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, 2001.

Theses

Peters, Nonja. "Trading Places: Greek, Italian, Dutch and Vietnamese Enterprise in WA." PhD diss., (Anthropology), University of Western Australia, WA, 2000.

Peters, Nonja. "Close to the Bone: Reviewing and Redefining Anorexia Nervosa: A Feminist Perspective." Honours Diss., (Anthropology) University of Western Australia, WA, 1987.

Peters, Nonja. "Body Image in Western Cultures." Bachelor of Arts mini-dissertation, (Anthropology) University of Western Australia, WA, 1986.

Reports

Peters, Nonja. "Integrated Humanitarian Settlement Strategy (IHSS) Client Satisfaction Survey Report." Department of Immigration and Indigenous Affairs, 2003.

Peters, Nonja. "Immigration Complex Buildings: Victoria Quay." Report for Heritage Council of Western Australia, 2001.

Peters, Nonja. "Graylands and Swanbourne Immigration Camps." Heritage Study, Centre for History, University of Western Australia, 1996.

Peters, Nonja. "Point Walter Army Camp." Heritage Study, Centre for History, University of Western Australia, 1996.

Peters, Nonja. "The Holden Camp." Heritage Study, Centre for History, University of Western Australia, 1993.

Peters, Nonja. Immigrant Entrepreneurs in Small Business in Western Australia. Report by the Small Business Development Corporation, July 1992.

Peters, Nonja. Diversity is Great Mate, A study of community relations in an inner-city area of Perth, Western Australia. Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission of WA, Perth; Office of Multicultural Affairs, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Canberra. 1989.

Catalogues

Peters, Nonja.Hans Arkeveld’s Refugees and Political Cadavers 1982. In Interpreting the Collection, Curtin Art Gallery, 2004.

Peters, Nonja. Transpositions: Dutch Australians Art in Context. Catalogue accompanying the exhibition, 2002.

Peters, Nonja. Working it Out: Cultural Diversity and the Western Australian Economy. Catalogue, Library and Information Services of Western Australia LISWA, Alexander Library Building, Perth 1995.

Websites created

Dutch Australians at a Glance (DAAAG): Acknowledging the Past, Sustaining the Present and the Future. Virtual centre and portal established for the preservation of Dutch Australians’ cultural heritage, 2006. 

Migration research network website, 2004.

Documentary film

Whose Business is it? Migrants in Business in Western Australia. Writer, Nonja Peters. Producer, Northern Suburbs Migrant Resource Centre (NSMRC). Film Maker, Paolo Alberto, 2003.

Exhibitions

Peters, Nonja. "Transpositions: Dutch Australians Art in Context." Art-on-the-Move.Travelling exhibition,2003-2004.

Peters, Nonja. Aanpassen and Invisibility, being Dutch in Australia. On display at the WA Museum, April-May 2002.

Peters, Nonja. Journey to the Promised Land. Travelling exhibition on post-war immigration [diverse venues], 2000.

Peters, Nonja. A New Australia: Postwar Migration to WA. Western Australian Museum, 1996.

Peters, Nonja. A Sense of Place: Postwar Migration to Northam. On permanent display at the Visitor Centre, Northam, 1998.

Peters, Nonja. Working it Out: Cultural Diversity and the Western Australian Economy. Office of Multicultural Interests and the Battye Library [diverse venues], 1994.

Peters, Nonja. Postwar Migration to Western Australia: the Northam Miogrant Camps. Fremantle History Museum, Northam Library, 1992.

Books

Hartley, John, Wen Wen and Henry Siling Li (forthcoming 2014). Whose Creative Industries? London: Sage Publications.

Journal articles

Wen Wen & Henry Siling Li (2014). "Future forming: A rethink on the creative economy." Cultural Science Journal, 7 (1), 68–82.

Li, Henry S. (2012) “The platform of spoof videos: The case of Tudou.com.Cultural Science Journal, 5 (2), 153–168.

Li, Henry S. (2009) “The turn to the self: from ‘Big Character Posters’ to YouTube videos.Chinese Journal of Communication, 2 (1), pp. 50–60.

Other writing

Li, Henry S. (2012) Seriously playful: the uses of networked spoof videos in China. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.

Books

Niall Lucy, A Dictionary of Postmodernism. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.

Niall Lucy, The Disorder of Things: Understanding Post-structuralism. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming.

Niall Lucy, Robert Briggs & Steve Mickler, eds Setting Up the Tent Embassy: A Report on Perth Media, by Thor Kerr & Shapan Cox. Perth: Ctrl-Z Press, 2013.

Niall Lucy & John Kinsella, The Ballad of Moondyne Joe. Fremantle: Fremantle Press, 2012. View book review.

Niall Lucy, Pomo Oz: Fear and Loathing Downunder. Fremantle: Fremantle Press, 2010. Also available in e-book format.

Niall Lucy, ed. Activist Poetics: Anarchy in the Avon Valley, by John Kinsella. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2010.

Niall Lucy & Chris Coughran, eds Vagabond Holes: David McComb and The Triffids. Fremantle: Fremantle Press, 2009.

Niall Lucy & Chris Coughran, eds Beautiful Waste: Poems by David McComb. Fremantle: Fremantle Press, 2009.

Niall Lucy & Steve Mickler, The War on Democracy: Conservative Opinion in the Australian Press. Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press, 2006. (Shortlisted for the Gleebooks Prize at the 2008 NSW Premier’s Literary Awards.)

Niall Lucy, A Derrida Dictionary. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2004; rpt. 2004 and 2005. Persian translation by Mehdi Parsa, Tehran: Rokhdale-Taze, 2012. Portuguese and Turkish translations forthcoming. Also available in e-book and kindle formats.

Niall Lucy, Beyond Semiotics: Text, Culture and Technology. London: Continuum, 2001. Japanese translation with Hosei Daigaku Shuppankyoku, 2005.

Niall Lucy, ed. Postmodern Literary Theory: An Anthology. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2000. Rpt. as an electronic publication by NetLibrary, 2001.

Niall Lucy, Postmodern Literary Theory: An Introduction. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Blackwell, 1997; rpt. 1998. Serbian translation with Svetovi, 2000; Turkish translation with Cbetobh, 2003; Arabic and German translations forthcoming.

Niall Lucy, Debating Derrida. Carlton: Melbourne University Press, 1995; rpt. 1999.

Edited journal issues

Niall Lucy & Robert Briggs, eds Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy 3 (Dec 2013).

Niall Lucy & Robert Briggs, eds Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy 2 (Dec 2012).

Niall Lucy & Robert Briggs, eds Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy 1 (June 2012).

Niall Lucy & John Kinsella, eds Plagiarism! (From Work to Détournement), special issue of Angelaki: Journal of Theoretical Humanities 14, 1 (2009).

Niall Lucy, ed. Philosophy and Cultural Studies, special issue of Continuum: Journal of Media and Culture 12, 2 (1998).

Book chapters (2006 – 2014)

Niall Lucy, ‘Colonialism, Race and Reciprocity: From John Boyle O’Reilly to Kim Scott’, in Postmodernism Literature and Race, eds Len Platt & Sarah Upstone. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2014/2015.

Niall Lucy, ‘Différance’, in Vocabulary for the Study of Religion, eds Robert Segal & Kocku von Stuckrad. Leiden and Boston: Brill, forthcoming 2014/2015.

Niall Lucy, ‘Politics’, in Jacques Derrida: Key Concepts, ed. Claire Colebrook. London: Routledge, 2014.

Niall Lucy, ‘Introduction: Blood & Salt’, in John Kinsella, Activist Poetics: Anarchy in the Avon Valley, ed. Niall Lucy. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2010, pp. 3-9.

Niall Lucy, ‘Still Life’, in Vagabond Holes: David McComb and The Triffids, eds Niall Lucy & Chris Coughran. Fremantle: Fremantle Press, 2009, pp. 133-36.

Niall Lucy, ‘Poetry and Deconstruction’, in Language Systems: After Prague Structuralism, ed. Louis Armand. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2007, pp. 132-44.

Niall Lucy, ‘The King and I: Elvis and the Post-Mortem or A Discontinuous Narrative in Several Media (On the Way to Hypertext)’, in Illogic of Sense: The Gregory L. Ulmer Remix, eds Darren Tofts & Lisa Gye. Colorado: ALT-X Press, 2007.

Niall Lucy, ‘The New Journalism: A Report on Knowledge’, in Technicity, eds Louis Armand and Arthur Bradley. Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2006, pp. 281-316.

Niall Lucy, ‘Structuralism and the Structuralist Controversy’, in The Edinburgh Encyclopedia of Modern Criticism and Theory, ed. Julian Wolfreys. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2002, pp. 743-50. Rpt. in Modern British and Irish Criticism and Theory: A Critical Guide, ed. Julian Wolfreys. E dinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2006, pp. 101-07.  

Journal articles (2008–2014)

Niall Lucy, ‘The Western Suburbs: Promise and Promiscuity in Johnny Guitar. Screening the Past, 2013.

Niall Lucy, ‘The Acropolis of the Dragon’. Vlak: Contemporary Poetics and the Arts, September 2013.

Niall Lucy, ‘[Review of] Tony Moore, Dancing with Empty Pockets: Australia’s Bohemians’. Continuum: Journal of Media and Culture (2013).

Niall Lucy, John Hartley & Robert Briggs, ‘Do-It-Yourself John Curtin: Uncertain Futures for History, Heritage and Civic Education in the Era of Digital Friends and Foes’. International Journal of Cultural Studies (2013).

Niall Lucy & Robert Briggs, ‘Art as Research?’. Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy 2 (December 2012):

Niall Lucy & Robert Briggs, ‘Frame #1: ones & zeroes, light & shade (dimensions: 4, easter eggs: 3)’. Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy 1 (June 2012).

Niall Lucy, ‘From Text to Media’. Vlak: Contemporary Poetics and the Arts 2 (2011): 16-19.*

Niall Lucy, ‘Art, Criticism & Philosophy: The Case of Van Gogh’s Shoes’. The International Journal of the Arts in Society 4, 6 (2010): 183-92.*

Niall Lucy, ‘Structure, Sign and Play in the Discourse of Paul Auster’s In the Country of Last Things’. Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities 14, 2 (2009): 21-28.*

Niall Lucy, ‘Introduction: The Source of Plagiarism’, in Plagiarism! (From Work to Détournement), eds Niall Lucy & John Kinsella, special issue of Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities 14, 1 (2009): 3-20.*

Niall Lucy, ‘How to Write an Anti-Pomo Potboiler—The Exemplary Case of Gavin Kitching’s The Trouble with Theory: The Educational Costs of Postmodernism’. English in Australia 44, 1 (2009): 78-80.*

Niall Lucy & Steve Mickler, ‘The Postmodern Left’. Cultural Studies Review 15, 1 (2009): 188-96.*

Niall Lucy, ‘Running On/BORDER LINES’. Derrida Today 1, 2 (2008): 236-53.*

Niall Lucy, ‘Everybody Loves Raymond Williams: Critical Literacy, Cultural Studies and the New International’, in English in the Antipodes, ed. Bill Green, special issue of Changing English: An International Journal of English Teaching 15, 3 (September 2008): 349-59.*

Niall Lucy & Steve Mickler, ‘The War on English: An Answer to the Question, What is Postmodernism?’. Transformations: Journal of Media and Culture 16 (2008).*  

Other writing (2010–2012)

Niall Lucy, ‘The Prisoner of Fremantle: A Remix’. Landscapes 5, 1 (Winter 2012).

Niall Lucy, ‘Who would have thought a slice of cake to have had so much blood in it’. Cambridge Poetry Review, eds John Kinsella & Rod Mehan (Green Issue, 2012), n.p.

Niall Lucy & Robert Briggs. Catalogue essay: Benjamin Forster, The Accumulation of Sediment. Exhibited at Ctrl-Z: Writing in the Age of New Media, Fremantle Arts Centre, November 2011.

Niall Lucy, ‘@Bartleby, the Scrivener: A Remix of Wall St (in 99 Tweets)’. remixthebook, 23 October 2011:

Niall Lucy ‘[Review of] Margaret Nussbaum, Not for Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities’. The West Australian, 6 September 2010.

Niall Lucy, ‘Voting Confusion—Which Party of Last Resort?’. On Line Opinion, 25 August 2010:

Niall Lucy, ‘[Review of] Stephen Chan, The End of Certainty: Towards a New Internationalism’. The West Australian, 23 August 2010.

Niall Lucy, ‘[Review of] Robin Boyd, The Australian Ugliness (50th anniversary edition)’. The West Australian, 25 May 2010.

Niall Lucy, ‘Easy to Fall, When One Stands for Nothing’. The West Australian, 29 April 2010, p. 4.

Niall Lucy, ‘Postcard from Fremantle: On Dom Mariani’. Salt 3 (2010).

Approximately 20 reviews of Australian and US contemporary fiction broadcast on 2SER-FM in Sydney, 1988-89.

Over 30 essays (500 – 3,000 words) in Unsung Heroes and Heroines of Australia, ed. Suzy Baldwin (Elwood, Victoria: Greenhouse, 1988). This collection of popular histories was a major publication in Australia’s Bicentennial year.

Over a hundred publications between 1983-89 in music and popular culture magazines and newspapers (5 O’Clock News, National Times, On the Street, Countdown Magazine and others) published in Perth, Sydney and nationally.

Books

Mickler, S. and A. Haebich (2014). A Boy’s Short Life. Crawley. WA: University of Western Australia Publishing.

Lucy, N., Briggs, R. and S. Mickler (eds). Setting Up the Tent Embassy: A Report on Perth Media, by Thor Kerr & Shapan Cox. Perth, WA: Ctrl-Z Press, 2013.

Lucy, N. A. and S. B. Mickler (2006). The War on Democracy: Conservative Opinion in the Australian Press. Crawley: University of Western Australia Press.

Mickler, S. Gambling On the First Race: A Comment on Racism and Talkback Radio- 6PR, the TAB and the WA Government, Centre for Research in Culture and Communication, Murdoch University, and Louis St John Johnson Memorial Trust, Perth. Tabled in the Australian Senate, Canberra, and Western Australian House of Representatives, Perth, May 1992. Reprinted December 1996. 

Book chapters

Mickler, S. (2012) 'Blame Liberals: Conservative Newspaper Columnists on the GFC in Australia and Canada.' Communication, Politics and Culture, Vol. 45.

Mickler, S. 'Talkback Radio, Anti-Elitism and Moral Decline: A Fatal Paradox?' In Us and Them: Anti-Elitism in Australia, ed. Marian Sawer and Barry Hindess, 97-116. Perth, Western Australia: API Network, 2004.

Mickler, S. 'The "Robespierre" of the Air: Talkback Radio, Globalisation and Indigenous Issues.' The Resurgence of Racism: Howard, Hanson and the Race Debate, eds. G. Gray and C. Winter, 63-78. Monash Publications in History, 1997.

Journal articles

Mickler, S. (2012) 'Blame Liberals: Conservative Newspaper Columnists on the GFC in Australia and Canada.' Communication, Politics and Culture, Vol. 45.

Mickler, S. (2010) 'Illiberal and unmodern Conservative columnists on Indigenous self-dertermination in Australia and Canada.' Borderlands - e-journal (9) (1): 1-26 (1).

Mickler S. and N. Lucy (2009) 'The Postmodern Left.' Cultural Studies Review Vol. 15, No. 1, March.

Mickler, S. and N. Lucy (2008) 'The War on English: An Answer to the Question, What is Postmodernism?' Transformations, No. 16.

Mickler, S. (2007) 'Disintegrating Verities: First Nations in the Vancouver Press, A Comparative Study with the Perth Press, Part Two, 1965-70.' Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, Vol. 9 No. 5.

Mickler, S. (2006) 'Conflicting Narratives: First Nations in the Vancouver Press; A Comparative Study with the Perth Press, Part One, 1960.' Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues, Vol. 9 No. 4, December 2006, pp. 39-57.

Mickler, S. (2004) 'Talkback Radio, Anti-Elitism and Moral Decline: A Fatal Paradox.' Southern Review, 37:3, pp. 29-45.

Mickler, S. (1998) 'News, Governmentality, Aboriginality: Beyond Pathologies of Othering in Media Studies.' Critical Arts. Vol. 12, No. 1- 2, pp. 45-77.

Mickler, S. and A. McHoul (1998) 'Sourcing the Wave: Crime Reporting, Aboriginal Youth and the Perth Press, Feb. 1991 to Jan. 1992.' Media International Australia, 86, pp. 122-152.

Mickler S. (1997) 'The “Robespierre” of the Air: Talkback Radio, Globalisation and Indigenous Issues.' Continuum, 11(3), pp. 23-36.

Mickler S. (1997) 'Talkback Radio and Indigenous Citizens: Towards a Practical Ethics of Representation.' UTS Review, 3(2), pp. 46-66.

Mickler, S. (1992) 'Visions of Disorder: Aboriginal People and Youth Crime Reporting.' Cultural Studies, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 322-336. 

Mickler, S. (1991) 'The Battle for Goonininup.' Arena, No. 96, Spring, pp.68- 90.

Mickler, S. (1990) 'Curators and the Colony: Managing the Past at Rottnest Island Museum.' Continuum, Vol. 3, No. 1.

Articles published in non-refereed journals

Mickler, S. (co-authored with N. Lucy) (2007) 'The Postmodern Left: Part One.'  Online Opinion, 28 March 2007.

Mickler, S. (co-authored with N. Lucy) (2007) 'The Postmodern Left: Part Two.' Online Opinion, 29 March 2007.

Mickler, S. (1994) Review of Marcia Langton's 'Well I Heard It On The Radio and Saw It On The Television.' In The Picture, Centre for Research In Culture and Communication, Murdoch University.

Published in proceedings

Mickler, S. (1996) 'Making a Family Exceptional', Telling Both Stories: Indigenous Australia and the Media. Conference Proceedings of the ‘Telling Both Stories: Indigenous Australia and the Media.’ Perth, WA.

Book chapters

Petzold, Thomas, Liao, H., Hartley, John and J. Potts (2012) "A World Map of Knowledge in the Making: Wikipedia's Inter-language linking as a dependency explorer of global knowledge accumulation." In M Schich, R. Malina & I.S Meirelles (Eds) Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks, vol. 45, no. 3, pp: 284-284. MIT Press. Links to: E-Book and Web Companion and now available online.

Journal articles

Petzold, Thomas and Han-Teng Liao (2013). "Governing a Polyglot Internet: How the decisions taken by the digital technology industry shape the future of languages." Heft 141, WZB Mitteilungen.

Petzold, Thomas (2012) "The Big Data Upgrade. New Dimensions in data analysis - risks and opportunities." WZB Journal 137, 41-42. (in German; English summary)

Petzold, Thomas, Liao, H, Hartley, John and J. Potts (2012). "A world map of knowledge in the making: Wikipedia's inter-language linkage as a dependency explorer of global knowledge accumulation." Leonardo: Art, Science and Technology 45 (3), p. 284.

Petzold, Thomas (2012). "36 Million Language Pairs." Cultural Science 5 (2), 106-119.

Petzold, Thomas (2012). "The social copy engine." Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford, 13 July 2012.

Other writing

Humer, S. and Thomas Petzold (2013). Go and stop them (but don't tell anyone that an algorithm said so)! Monitoring Public Life in Germany, Media in Transition 8 Conference, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, 3-5 May 2013.

Petzold, Thomas (2012). "36 Million Language Pairs - How to unleash the true momentum of knowledge.TEDx Berlin, 23 November 2012.

Petzold, Thomas (2012). "Geo-linguistic Bursts." Wikipedia Academy, Berlin, 29 June 2012.

Petzold, Thomas (2011). Workshop "Language and Internet." Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Berlin, 28 October 2011.

Petzold, Thomas (2011). "The Merkel Algorithm. What Indian search engines reveal about German Chancellor Angela Merkel?" Kulturaustausch: Zeitschrift für Internationale Perspektiven II-III (in German).

Book chapters

Sandry, E. (2014) "Same … yet Other: Interpersonal communication across alternate worlds". Shapeshifters, Cyborgs, and Psychedelics: Analyzing the Alternate Worlds of J. J. Abrams' Fringe. Eds. Sherry Ginn, Tanya R. Cochran, and Paul Zinder. Jefferson N.C.: McFarland & Co.

Journal articles

Sandry, E. (2014). "'Face to face' learning from others in Facebook groups." Digital Culture and Education, 6 (1): 1-12.

Sandry, E. (2012) "Dancing around the subject with robots: Ethical communication as a 'triple audiovisual reality'". PLATFORM: Journal of Media and Communication 4, no. 1: 79-90. (This is an extended version of the ANZCA paper of the same title shown below.)

Other writing

Sandry, E. (2011) "Dancing around the subject with robots: Ethical communication as a 'triple audiovisual reality'". Published in the proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA) 2011 Conference, "Communication on the edge: Shifting boundaries and identities".

Sandry, E. (2008) "Are workshops a valuable way to engage the future student? Evaluating workshops and tutorials in Women's Studies". Published in the proceedings of the 17th Annual Teaching and Learning Forum 2008, "Preparing for the graduate of 2015".

Sandry, E. (2006) "Positively speaking - actively listening: Interdisciplinary reflections on lecturing as valuable in higher education". Published in the proceedings of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) 2006 Conference, "Critical visions: thinking, learning and researching in higher education".

Books

Scott, Kim (ed). The Best Australian Stories 2013. Colingwood, Vic: Black Inc, 2013.

Scott, Kim; Brown, Hazel; Winmar, Roma and the Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project. Yira Boornak Nyininy. Crawley: UWA Press, 2013.

Scott, Kim; Brown, Hazel; Winmar, Roma and the Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project. Dwoort Baal Kaat, Crawley: UWA Press, 2013.

Scott, K., L. Roberts & the Wirlomin Noongar Language and Stories Project (2011). Noongar Mambara Bakitj. Perth, Western Australian: UWA Press.

Scott, K. with I. Woods and the Wirlomin Noongar Language and Story Project (2011). Mamang. (Artwork by J. Farmer, H. Nelly and R. Winmar/Yibiyung). Perth, Western Australia: UWA Press.

Thackrah, R. and K. Scott (eds.) (2011). Indigenous Australian Health and Cultures: an Introduction for Health Professionals. Frenchs Forest: Pearson Australia. 

Scott, K. (2010) That Dead Man Dance. Sydney: Picador.

Scott, K. Lost. Northcliffe, WA: Southern Forest Arts, 2006.

Scott, K. and H. Brown. Kayang and Me. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 2005.

Scott, K. Benang. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1999. (Also published by Penguin, India; and in translation by Actes Sud, France; De Geus, Holland; Chongoing, China)

Scott, K. True Country. Fremantle: Fremantle Press, 1993, 2nd edn, 2009.

Scott, K. The Dredgersaurus, illustrated by Peter Kendall. Fremantle: Sandcastle Books, 2001.

Chapters in books

Scott, Kim. "Introduction." In The Best Australian Stories 2013, edited by Kim Scott. Colingwood, Vic: Black Inc, 2013.

Scott, Kim. "A Refreshing Sleep." In The Best Australian Stories 2013, edited by Kim Scott. Colingwood, Vic: Black Inc, 2013.

Scott, Kim. "A Fantasy of Sand and Sea." In A Country Too Far. Writings on Asylum Seekers, edited by Rosie Scott and Tom Keneally. Penguin Books, 2013. 

Scott, Kim. "From drill to dance."In Decolonizing the landscape: Indigenous cultures in Australia, edited by K. Schaffer and B. Neumeier. Amsterdam: Rodopi (2014): 3-22.

Scott, Kim. “Jerramungup dreaming: Ethel Hassell’s My Dusky Friend.” In Telling stories: Australian life and literature, 1935–2012, eds Tanya Dalziell and Paul Genoni. Clayton, Vic.: Monash University Publishing; 2013.

Scott, K. "Prologue," in Dark Diamonds: Poems from the south coast of Western Australia, ed. G. Kershaw, 9-12. Denmark, Western Australia: Hallowell Press, 2012.

Journal articles

Scott, K. "Language and Politics in Indigenous Writing,", Overland, 205 (Summer 2011).

Scott, K. and Eden Robinson, "Voices in Australia's Aboriginal and Canada's First Nations Literatures," CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 13.2 (2011). 

Short fiction

Scott, K. "A Refreshing Sleep." In The Best Australian Stories 2009, edited by Delia Falconer. Melbourne: Black Inc, 2009.

Scott, K. Westerly, vol 54, no 2, 2009.

Scott, K."Paradise." In The Best Australian Stories 2006, edited by Robert Drewe. Melbourne: Black Inc., 2006.

Scott, K. (2000). "Into the Light (after Hans Heysen's painting of the same name)." In Those Who Remain Will Always Remember: An Anthology of Aboriginal Writing, edited by Anne Brewster, Angeline O'Neill and Rosemary van den Berg. Fremantle: Fremantle Press, 2000.

Scott, K. (2000). From Two Islands: Stories for Young Readers from Ireland and Australia, edited by Ryan Emer. Fremantle Press.

Scott, K. (1999). Benang: From the Heart.  Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 29.

Scott, K. (1996). Risks, ed. B. Walker. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.

Scott, K. (1996). A Sunburnt Country, ed. R. Coffey. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.

Scott, K. (1996). Summer Shorts 3, edited by B. & D. Warnock. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.Scott, K. (1996). "Kim Scott in Conversation with Elizabeth Guy." In Westerly, 9-14.

Scott, K.(1994). Summer Shorts 2, ed. P. Holland. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.

Scott, K.(1993). Summer Shorts, ed. Peter Holland. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.

Short non-fiction

Scott, K. (2010). "Apologies, Agency and Resilience." In Frontier Skirmishes: Literary and Cultural Debates in Australia after 1992, eds. R. West-Pavlov & J. Wawrzink. Heidelberg: Universitatsverlag.

Scott, K.(2010)."Some Healing Path." In Medical Journal of Australia, vol. 192, no. 12.

Scott, K.(2008)."A Noongar Voice, an Anomalous History." In Westerly, vol.53.Scott, K. (2008). "An Island Home." In B. Brennan, Just Words. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press.

Scott, K. (2007)."Strangers at Home." In M. Besemeres & A.Wierzbicka, Translating Lives: living with two languages and cultures. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 2007.

Scott, K.(2002). "Foreword." In A. Heiss, Talking Straight: Publishing Aboriginal Writing. Canberra: IAD Press.

Scott, K. (2001). "Foreword." In Untreated: poems by black writers, compiled by J. Douglas. Alice Springs: Jukurpa Books.

Scott, K. (2000)"Damaged but Persistent." In Siglo (journal for the arts), issue 12.

Scott, K. "Disputed Territory." In Those Who Remain Will Always Remember: An Anthology of Aboriginal Writing. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 2000: 169.

Scott, K.. "Native Title", a commissioned ten-minute piece, written and read for the BBC's Continent Adrift programme, 1997.

Poetry

Scott, K. (2002)."Capture." In Stories Without End, special issue of Southerly, vol.62, no.2, 24 - 33.

Scott, K. (1989). "In Perspective." In Wordhord: A Critical Selection of Contemporary Western Australian Poetry. Eds. D. Haskell & H. Fraser. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre, 305.

Scott, K. (1989). "Our Father, Koo-ee-lung." In Wordhord: A Critical Selection of Contemporary Western Australian Poetry, eds. D. Haskell & H. Fraser.  Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 306.

Scott, K. (1988). Margins: A West Coast Selection, ed. W. Grono. Fremantle: Fremantle Arts Centre Press.

Books

Hartley, John, Wen Wen and Henry Siling Li (forthcoming 2014). Whose Creative Industries? London: Sage Publications.

Journal articles

Wen Wen & Henry Siling Li (2014). "Future forming: A rethink on the creative economy." Cultural Science Journal, 7 (1), 68–82.

Keane, Michael and Wen Wen (2013). "Managing Creativity on the Margins: A Comparative Study of Beijing’s Songzhuang Art District and Hangzhou’s White Horse Lake Creative Eco-City." International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries, 1(1), 16-28.

Wen Wen (2012). "Realizing 'four comforts' in the urban fringe: the case of White-Horse Lake Eco-Creative City Project, Hangzhou, China." International Journal of Cultural Studies, 15 (3), 273-285.

Wen Wen (2012). "Scenes,Quarters and Clusters: New Experiments in the Formation and Governance of Creative Places in China." Cultural Science Journal 5 (2) 8-27.

Books

Balnaves, M., & M. Willson (2011). A New Theory of Information and the Internet: Public sphere meets Protocol. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. View abstract and review.

Willson, M. (2006) Technically Together: Rethinking Community within Techno-Society. 28th ed. New York, USA: Peter Lang.

Book chapters

Willson, M. (2010) "The Possibilities of Network Sociality." In International Handbook of Internet Research, ed. Hunsinger, Klastrup and Allen, 493-505. Dordrecht: Springer.

Genoni, P. W., Merrick, H. J. & M. Willson (2009) "e-Research and Scholarly Community in the Humanities." In E-Research. Transformation in Scholarly Practice, ed. Nicholas W Jankowski, 91-108. London: Routledge.

Merrick, H. and M. Willson (2001) 'All Wired-Up: Reflections on Teaching and Learning Online,' Politics of a Digital Present: An Inventory of Australian Net Culture, Criticism and Theory, edited by Hugh Brown et al, Fibreculture, Melbourne, pp. 243-252.

Willson, M. (1997) ‘Community in the Abstract: A Political and Ethical Dilemma?’ Virtual Politics: Identity and Community in Cyberspace, edited by David Holmes, Sage Publications, London, 145-162.

Journal articles

Willson, M. (2014) ‘The Politics of Social Filtering,’ Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. Sage Journals.

Willson, M. (2012) ‘Being-Together: Thinking through Technologically Mediated Sociality and Community,’ Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 9 (3): 279-297, doi: 10.1080/14791420.2012.705007.

Willson, M. (2012) Material Becoming: Review of Dianne Coole and Samantha Frost (eds) ‘New Materialisms: Ontology, Agency and Politics’ and William E. Connolly ‘A World of Becoming,’ Cultural Studies Review, 18 (2): 321-9.

Tabak, E. and M. Willson (2012) ‘A non-linear model of information sharing practices in academic communities,Library & Information Science Research,  34 (2):110-116, doi: 10.1016/j.lisr.2011.11.002

Leaver, T., Willson, M. and M. Balnaves (2012). 'Transparency and the Ubiquity of Information Filtration?' Ctrl-Z: New Media Philosophy, 1(2).

Willson, M. (2010) ‘Technology, Networks and Communities: An exploration of network and community theory and technosocial forms,’ Information, Communication and Society, 13 (5): 747-764.

Genoni, P., Merrick, H. and M. Willson (2006) ‘Scholarly communication, e-research literacy and the academic librarian,’ The Electronic Library, 24 (7): pp.734-746.

Genoni, P., Merrick, H., and M. Willson (2005) ‘The use of the Internet to activate latent ties in scholarly communities,First Monday, 10 (12).

Willson, M. (2005) Review Article. Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 19 (4): 571-574.

Willson, M. (2001) ‘Community With(out) Others,Mots Pluriel, No. 18, Aug.

Conference proceedings

Balnaves, M., Leaver, T. and M. Willson (2012) ‘Entering Farmville: Finding Value in Social Games.’ Communicating Changing and Changing Communication in the 21st Century, ANZCA Conference Proceedings, Adelaide, July.

Balnaves, M., Leaver, T. and M. Willson (2011) ‘The Ubiquity of Information Filtration,’ ANZCA Conference Proceedings, Hamilton, New Zealand, July.

Balnaves, M., Leaver, T. and M. Willson (2010) ‘Habermas and the Net’, International Communication Association Conference Proceedings, Singapore, June 22.

Genoni, P., Merrick, H., and M. Willson (2004) ‘Virtual symposia: an investigation into scholarly communities online,Breaking Boundaries: Integration and Interoperability: 12th Biennial Conference and Exhibition of the Victorian Association for Library Automation, Feb 3-5, Melbourne, Australia.

Other writing

Willson, M. (2006) Review of Computer Mediated Communication: Social Interaction and the Internet. Resource Centre for Cyberculture Studies (RCSS), November.

Genoni, P., Merrick, H., and M. Willson. (2005) ‘Community, Communication, Collaboration: Scholarly Practice in Transformation.’ The Next Wave of Collaboration: Educause Australasia 2005, April 5-8, 2005. Auckland, New Zealand.

Willson, M. (2005) ‘Review Article.’ Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies (19) 571-574.

Willson, M. (2000) ‘Up Close and Abstract’, Arena Magazine, No. 47, June-July.

Willson, M. (2000) ‘Shock Fetish’, Arena Magazine, No. 46, April - May.

Willson, M. (1998) ‘A Question of Trust’, Arena Magazine, No. 3 (6) April-May.

Willson, M and G. Rundle (1996/7) Editorial: ‘The Urge to Community’, Arena Magazine, No. 26, December-January.

Willson, M. (1996) 'Risk.' Arena Magazine, No. 25, Oct-Nov.

Willson, M. (1995) ‘Community: A Compelling Solution?’ Arena Magazine, No 15, Feb-Mar.

Books and monographs

Zhang, Jianfeng. Listen to the King of Jadeite. Yunnan University Press, 2006.

Refereed journal articles

Zhang, Jianfeng. “Online novels marketing innovation base on the brand halo effect.” Journal of Hubei University of Economics (Humanities and Social Sciences), 6, (2014).

Zhang, Jianfeng. “From the audience to the user: research on online novels marketing in new media era.” Editorial, 12 (2014).

Zhang, Jianfeng. “Comparative analysis on new media contact habits of the cross-strait students." Modern Audio-Video Arts, 3 (2013): 77–78.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “Three marketing modes of APP in mobile web." Modern Marketing,  9 (2012): 292–293.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “Research on the word-of-mouth communication of university students in transactional virtual communities.” Journal of Hubei University of Economics (Humanities and Social Sciences), 12 (2012): 57–58.

Chen Mushui, Liao Shaoxiang and Zhang Jianfeng. “Variance analysis in the use of the traditional and new medias in universities, based on Fujian University of Technology.” News World, 7 (2012): 230–231.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “Double-track system of campus media under the omni media communication: Based on the empirical analysis of Fujian University of technology.” Southeast Communication, 12 (2012): 117–119.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “The main trends of new media use and interests of Hercynian university students.” Southeast Communication, 11 (2012): 119–120.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “Personal branding and individual communication.” Brand, 7 (2011): 1–2.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “Integration: transformation strategies of the broadcasting groups in Omni media era.” Southeast Communication, 12 (2010): 120–123.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “The enlightenment of American star broker system to us, based on CAA.” Southeast Communication, 10 (2010): 25–27.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “The competition strategies of the film and television groups in media integration Eva.” Modern Audio-Video Arts, 12 (2010): 64–67.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “The construction and implementation of professional practice for advertising students in application-oriented university.” Southeast Communication, 6 (2009): 119–120.

Sun, Xiaosu and Jianfeng Zhang. “Media literacy education in Citizens Sharing News Era.” Press Outpost, 9 (2008):  38–39.

Sun, Xiaosu and Jianfeng Zhang. “The Incoming and influence of Citizens Sharing News Era.” Lingnan Journalism Discovery, 5 (2008): 23–24.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “Comparative Analysis on two development modes of Chinese private broadcasting enterprises.” Journalism and Communication, 4, Renmin University of China (2007): 23–25.

Zhang, Jianfeng. “Overseas public broadcasting strategies.” Journalism and Communication, 4, Renmin University of China (2006): 45–46.

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