The University of Wollongong Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts was formed in 2013 following an organisational restructure. It comprised an amalgamation of the former Faculty of Law, Faculty of Arts and Faculty of Creative Arts. Related series: Faculty of Arts - Papers (Archive); Faculty of Creative Arts - Papers (Archive); Faculty of Law - Papers (Archive).


Papers from 2019


Social networking sites and learning in international relations: The impact of platforms, Josh Pallas, Joakim Eidenfalk, and Susan N. Engel

Papers from 2018

Writing home from China: Charles Allen's transnational childhood, Kate Bagnall


To shame or not to shame-that is the sanitation question, Myles Bateman and Susan N. Engel

Submarine acquisition in Southeast Asia: The dangers, Walter S. Bateman


An Activist For All Seasons, Rowan Cahill

Reappraisal of the Vulnerability of Contract Securities: Some Comparative Perspectives of a Regulatory Mosaic, Charles YC Chew

Vistas of future new mobility studies: transfers and transformations, Georgine W. Clarsen, Peter Merriman, and Mimi Sheller


Writing, Motivation and Your Work in Progress: Catherine Cole on writing motivation and finding discipline in a busy world, Catherine Cole

Shame and the anti-feminist backlash: Britain, Ireland and Australia, 1890-1920, Sharon M. Crozier-De Rosa

The Prosthetic Promise Breast Cancer and Technologies of Corporeal Repair, Nadine Ehlers


Governments can't be trusted to deliver welfare standards for chickens, Elizabeth J. Ellis


Geography limits island small-scale fishery production, Hampus B. Eriksson, Kim Friedman, Moses Amos, Ian Bertram, Kalo Pakoa, Rebecca Fisher, and Neil L. Andrew

Submarine acquisition in Australia, James V. Goldrick

T-Shirt's Guevara: The Visual Jurisprudence of the New Man, Luis Gomez Romero


Menzies and Howard on themselves: Liberal memoir, memory and myth making, Zachary Gorman and Gregory C. Melleuish

An empirical study of punitive damages, James Goudkamp and Eleni Katsampouka

Performing "A New Song": Suggested Considerations for Drafting Effective Coastal Fisheries Legislation Under Climate Change, Don Gourlie, Ruth A. Davis, Hugh Govan, James Marshman, and Quentin A. Hanich

The next wave of science diplomacy: Marine biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction, Harriet Harden-Davies


Context and vowel harmony: are they essential to identify underlying word-final /s/ in Eastern Andalusian Spanish?, Alfredo Herrero de Haro

Wittgenstein's Inspiring View of Nature: On Connecting Philosophy and Science Aright, Daniel D. Hutto and Glenda L. Satne

Animating Animal Affect in Post-3/11 Fiction for Young People: Kibō no bokujō (The Farm of Hope), Helen Kilpatrick

The shôjo (girl) aesthetic in Japanese illustrated and picture books, Helen Kilpatrick

Predictive processing, perceiving and imagining: Is to perceive to imagine, or something close to it?, Michael D. Kirchhoff


The Markov blankets of life: autonomy, active inference and the free energy principle, Michael D. Kirchhoff, Thomas Parr, Ensor Palacios, Karl Friston, and Julian Kiverstein

An assessment of the regulatory framework of the Western Australian sandalwood industry, Kylie Anne Lingard and Mark Perry


Revealed: the extent of job-swapping between public servants and fossil fuel lobbyists, Adam Robert Lucas

Chasing the thrill or just passing the time? Trialing a new mixed methods approach to understanding heterogeneity amongst recreational fishers based on motivations, Christopher A. Magee, Michelle A. Voyer, Alistair McIlgorm, and Owen H. Li


Promoting learning: what universities don't do, Brian Martin


Vaccination Panic in Australia, Brian Martin


Transcultural Memory and the Troostmeisjes/Comfort Women Photographic Project, Katharine E. McGregor and Vera Mackie

Takahashi Tetsu and Popular Sexology in Early Postwar Japan 1945-1970, Mark J. McLelland

Alternative Histories of Social Media in Japan and China, Mark J. McLelland, Haiqing Yu, and Gerard Goggin


Under McCormack, the Nationals need to accept they are a minority and preserve their independence, Gregory C. Melleuish

Why Popper can’t resolve the debate over global warming: Problems with the uses of philosophy of science in the media and public framing of the science of global warming, David Mercer


Space perception, movement, and insight: attuning to the space of everyday life after major weight loss, Eli Natvik, Karen Groven, Malfrid Raheim, Eva Gjengedal, and Shaun Gallagher


Grey networks: The contradictory dimensions of Australia's immigration detention system, David A. Neil and Michelle A. Peterie


The meaning of ''intoxication'' In Australian criminal cases: Origins and operation, Julia Quilter and Luke J. McNamara


Can the Basel and Stockholm Conventions provide a global framework to reduce the impact of marine plastic litter?, Karen Raubenheimer and Alistair McIlgorm


Coastal Climate Change and Transferable Development Rights, John Sheehan, Andrew H. Kelly, Ken Rayner, and Jasper Brown

Maritime security and the Blue Economy: intersections and interdependencies in the Indian Ocean, Michelle A. Voyer, Clive H. Schofield, Kamal Azmi, Robin M. Warner, Alistair McIlgorm, and Genevieve Quirk

Oceans of Opportunity and Challenge, Robin M. Warner


Utopia or Dystopia: A Contested Space on Sydney's Urban Frontier, Ian Willis

Papers from 2017

Routledge Companion to Global Internet Histories

The End of Cool Japan: Ethical, Legal and Cultural Challenges to Japanese Popular Culture

Improper labelling of manufacturing and expiry dates of food: a legal and regulatory study of food quality and food waste in Bangladesh, Abu Noman Mohammad Atahar N. Ali and Shahnewaj Patwari

The Contribution of E-Government to Primary Industries and Rural Development in Pacific Island States, Transform Aqorau, Rowena Cullen, Anju Mangal, and Peter Walton


Kitchen ink: foodies, chefs and tattoos, Paula Arvela

Asserting cultural interests through the law: issues and innovations, Johnnie Aseron, Kylie Anne Lingard, Chris McLaughlin, Jacqueline Williams, Paul Martin, and Neyooxet Greymorning


'And the lives are many': the print culture of Australian communism, Anthony I. Ashbolt and Rowan Cahill


'To his home at Jembaicumbene': women's cross-cultural encounters on a colonial goldfield, Kate Bagnall


Stella Brennan: Archaeologist of Suburbia, Su Ballard


Stretching Out: Species Extinction and Planetary Aesthetics in Contemporary Art, Su Ballard

Listen to Love, Tom Ballard, Joel Creasey, Damon Young, Catherine Cole, Fiona Killackey, and Romy Ash


Old sites, new visions: art and archaeology collide in Cyrus, Christopher J. Barker and Diana Wood Conroy


Building cooperation for managing the South China sea without strategic trust, Walter S. Bateman

U.S. Responses to the Arbitration Tribunal's Ruling - A Regional Perspective, Walter S. Bateman


Duterte and his quixotic war on drugs, Lowell B. Bautista

Philippine Recent Legal Developments on Adapting to Climate Change, Lowell B. Bautista

Philippines v. China the South China Sea arbitral award: implications for policy and practice, Lowell B. Bautista and Aries A. Arugay


Legal and medical Aspects of Diverse Gender Identity in Childhood, Felicity Bell and Anthony Bell

Operationalising access to oceanic fisheries resources by small-scale fishers to improve food security in the Pacific Islands, Johann D. Bell, Joelle Albert, George Amos, Christopher Arthur, Michel Blanc, Don Bromhead, Scott Heron, Alistair Hobday, Andrew P. Hunt, David Itano, Philip A. S James, Patrick Lehodey, Gang Liu, Simon Nicol, Jim Potemra, Gabriel Reygondeau, Jason Rubani, Joe Scutt Phillips, Inna Senina, and William Sokimi

Adaptations to maintain the contributions of small-scale fisheries to food security in the Pacific Islands, Johann D. Bell, Andres Cisneros-Montemayor, Quentin A. Hanich, Johanna E. Johnson, Patrick Lehodey, Bradley Moore, Morgan S. Pratchett, Gabriel Reygondeau, Inna Senina, John Virdin, and Colette Wabnitz

Language practices and attitudes of Australian children of Indian descent in a primary education setting, Anu Bissoonauth-Bedford


French, English or Kanak languages? Can Traditional Languages and Cultures be Sustained in New Caledonia?, Anu Bissoonauth-Bedford and Nina Parish


University Student Ambassadors Bring Languages Back to Their High School Peers, Anu Bissoonauth-Bedford and Ray Stace

Environmental Reporting in a Post Truth World, David Blackall

Strengthening post-hoc analysis of community-based fisheries management through the social-ecological systems framework, Jessica Blythe; Philippa Cohen; Hampus B. Eriksson; Joshua E, Cinner; Delvene Boso; Anne-Maree Schwarz; and Neil L. Andrew

Managing consequences of climate-driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social science, Timothy C. Bonebrake, Christopher J. Brown, Johann D. Bell, Julia L. Bblanchard, Alienor Chauvenet, Curtis Champion, Timothy D. Clark, Robert K. Colwell, and Finn Danielsen

'Peace and Quiet and Open Air': The Old Cow Project, Melissa J. Boyde

Assemblage Theory, or, the Future of an Illusion, Ian M. Buchanan


Becoming mountain, Ian M. Buchanan

Gilles Deleuze, Ian M. Buchanan

Our Machines, Our Selves, Ian M. Buchanan


The Disappearance of Boredom, Ian M. Buchanan

The fear of boredom, Ian M. Buchanan

Experiential Learning in the Social and Mobile-first Student Newsroom, Shawn G. Burns


A Brush with Weimer, Rowan Cahill


North on Cusack, Rowan Cahill


The fatal lure of politics, Rowan Cahill

Vintage Red, Rowan Cahill

Opportunity for marine fisheries reform in China, Ling Cao, Yong Chen, Shuanglin Dong, Arthur Hanson, Bo Huang, Duncan Leadbitter, David C. Little, Ellen Pikitch, Yongsong Qiu, Yvonne De Mitcheson, Ussif Sumaila, Meryl Williams, Guifang Xue, Yimin Ye, Wenbo Zhang, Yingqi Zhou, Ping Zhuang, and Rosamond Naylor

Mistake as an element in vitiating securities supporting debts to financial institutions: a confluence of legal and equitable principles, Charles YC Chew

Mistake in its variety of forms: the injustice of giving securities supporting financial institution debts on an error of judgement or without informed consent, Charles YC Chew

Reconciling the obligations to divulge information to financial institutions and the duty of secrecy - challenges and dilemmas facing financial institutions: part 1, Charles YC Chew

Reconciling the obligations to divulge information to financial institutions and the duty of secrecy: legislative responses and comparative perspectives: part 2, Charles YC Chew

The doctrine of duress in the context of contracts with financial institutions: parameters, limitations and international perspectives, Charles YC Chew


Listen to the Sound of the Quiet American: John Williams's Stoner, Maureen Clark

'Australia - Drive It Like You Stole It': automobility as a medium of communication in settler colonial Australia, Georgine W. Clarsen

Bush Mechanics: Then and Now, Georgine W. Clarsen

Revisiting "Driving While Black": racialized automobilities in a settler colonial context, Georgine W. Clarsen


How to write a romp that avoids a Bad Sex in Fiction award, Catherine Cole

'Why don't you write about Canada': Olive Senior's poetry, everybody's history, and the 'condition of resonance', Anne A. Collett

Tracking the Literature of Tropical Weather, Anne A. Collett, Russell McDougall, and Sue Thomas


When Commerce, Science and Leisure Collaborated: the Nineteenth-Century Global Trade Boom in Natural History Collections, Anne Coote, Alison M. Haynes, Jude Philp, and Simon Ville

Sanctuary, Shady E. Cosgrove

Too Short to Bother With? A Case for Microfiction, Shady E. Cosgrove


The Effects of World War II Military Service: Evidence from Australia, Alex Cousley, Peter M. Siminski, and Simon Ville

The fragmentation of the clothing and textile trade union movement in Malaysia, Vicki D. Crinis

Malaysia: balancing paid and unpaid work, Vicki D. Crinis and Alifa Bandali

Migrant workers in the clothing industry: networking in Christian spaces, Vicki D. Crinis and Angie Ngoc Tran