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 2017


Twitter diplomacy: how Trump is using social media to spur a crisis with Mexico, Luis Gomez Romero


What does Donald Trump think about drugs?, Luis Gomez Romero

Can the contiguous zone be used for environmental protection purposes?, W Gullett

Marine Contingency Planning in Australia, W Gullett

Believe it or not!, Janys Hayes


Four low central vowels in Eastern Andalusian Spanish: /a/ before underlying /-s/, /-r/, and /-θ/ in El Ejido, Alfredo Herrero de Haro


Four mid back vowels in Eastern Andalusian Spanish : the effect of /s/, /r/, and /θ/ deletion on preceding /o/ in the town of El Ejido, Alfredo Herrero de Haro


The phonetics and phonology of Eastern Andalusian Spanish: A review of literature from 1881 to 2016, Alfredo Herrero de Haro

Mind-life continuity: A qualitative study of conscious experience, Ines Hipolito and Jorge Martins


Submission to ALRC, incarceration rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Russell G. Hogg and Julia Quilter

The Sociology of Postmarxism, Richard Howson

Getting into predictive processing's great guessing game: Bootstrap heaven or hell?, Daniel D. Hutto

Memory and narrativity, Daniel D. Hutto


Re-authoring narrative therapy: improving our self-management tools, Daniel D. Hutto and Shaun Gallagher

Evolving Enactivism: Basic Minds Meet Content, Daniel D. Hutto and Erik W. Myin


Cognitive ontology in flux: the possibility of protean brains, Daniel D. Hutto, Anco Peeters, and Miguel Segundo Ortin

Continuity skepticism in doubt: a radically enactive take, Daniel D. Hutto and Glenda L. Satne

Crossing Legal Boundaries through International Marriage and Migration: Analysis of Japanese Women's Oral Histories, Mayuko Itoh


The relevance of the Southern Ocean to the development of a global regime for marine areas beyond national jurisdiction-an uncommon commons, Constance Johnson

When We Were Eight Together, Luke M. Johnson

You've Mistaken Me for a Butterfly, Mayu Kanamori and Vera Mackie

Svalbard and Antarctica: problems and solutions, Stuart B. Kaye


The Law of the Sea Convention and Sea Level Rise in the light of the South China Sea Arbitration, Stuart B. Kaye

Australia and the Law of the Sea, Stuart B. Kaye and Bill Campbell

Climate Change, Coastal Erosion and Local Government in New South Wales, Australia: Old and New Law and Old Bar, Andrew H. Kelly and Jasper Brown

Affects on Absorbtion, Madeleine T. Kelly

Birds of the D'Aguilar Range, Madeleine T. Kelly

Claudia Fernandez: Ceremonia, Madeleine T. Kelly

Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award, Madeleine T. Kelly

Paradigma Blickwechsel - neue arbeitswelten (Paradigm Exchanging Glances - New Labor worlds), Madeleine T. Kelly

Scenes of our City, Madeleine T. Kelly

Scenes of our city: Gadens Brisbane Collection, Madeleine T. Kelly

Sea of Waste, Madeleine T. Kelly

Works from the Collection, Madeleine T. Kelly

'MasterChef' and Everyday Australia: Reception Amongst First- and Second-Generation Migrants', Sukhmani Khorana

From mutual manipulation to cognitive extension: challenges and implications, Michael D. Kirchhoff

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


Where There Is Life There Is Mind: In Support of a Strong Life-Mind Continuity Thesis, Michael D. Kirchhoff and Tom Froese

Breaking explanatory boundaries: flexible borders and plastic minds, Michael D. Kirchhoff and Russell Meyer

Challenges for Protection and Administration of Intellectual Property, Jakkrit Kuanpoth


Combatting counterfeit drugs: Case studies of Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand, Jakkrit Kuanpoth

'Some Useful Values', A Working Model of the World, Jo Law

The Illustrated Almanac of Illawarra and Beyond, Jo Law

En Masse: Books Orchestrated, Elizabeth Linden

Telethon, Elizabeth Linden and Jen Kennedy

Further to Fly, Joshua M. Lobb

Confected conflict in the wake of the South Australian blackout: Diversionary strategies and policy failure in Australia's energy sector, Adam Robert Lucas


Rethinking sexual citizenship: Asia-Pacific perspectives, Vera C. Mackie

Indigenous partner violence, Indigenous sentencing courts, and pathways to desistance, Elena Marchetti and Kathleen Daly


Population, reproduction and IVF in New Caledonia: Exploring sociocultural and caring dimensions of sustainable development, Nicola J. Marks


Defending university integrity, Brian Martin


Ruling tactics: Methods of promoting everyday nationalism, how they serve rulers and how to oppose them, Brian Martin


The deceptive activist, Brian Martin

The playful anarchist, Brian Martin


What happens when scientists stand up for science, Brian Martin


Skills, training, and activism, Brian Martin and Patrick G. Coy


Asian Servants for the Imperial Telegraph: Imagining North Australia as an Indian Ocean Colony before 1914, Julia T. Martinez


'Unwanted Scraps' or 'An Alert, Resolute, Resentful People'? Chinese Railroad Workers in French Congo, Julia T. Martinez

Stakeholder views on pest management in Australia, Paul Martin and Kylie Anne Lingard

Harm and the boundaries of disease, Patrick H. McGivern and Sarah Sorial


Whose best friend? How gender and stereotypes can shape our relationship with dogs, Paul McGreevy and Fiona S. Probyn-Rapsey


Truth to power: how podcasts are getting political, Siobhan McHugh


Why S-Town invites empathy not voyeurism, Siobhan A. McHugh


Is there such a thing as happiness in the present? Happiness and temporality, Jordan J. McKenzie

Political Ambivalence as Praxis: The Limits of Consensus in Habermas's Theory of the Public Sphere, Jordan J. McKenzie


Early challenges to multilingualism on the Internet: the case of Han character-based scripts, Mark J. McLelland

Early computer networks in Japan, 1984-1994, Mark J. McLelland


Governmentality and fan resistance in the Japan pop culture sphere, Mark J. McLelland


Negotiating "cool Japan" in research and teaching, Mark J. McLelland


Evidence of Intoxication in Australian Criminal Courts: A Complex Variable with Multiple Effects, Luke J. McNamara, Julia Quilter, Kate Seear, and Robin Room


Submission re: City of Melbourne's proposed Activities (Public Amenity and Security) Local Law 2017, Luke J. McNamara, Julia Quilter, and Tamara Walsh

The Empire's Patriotic Fund: Public Benevolence and the Boer War in an Australian Colony, John McQuilton

Police perceptions of irrational unstable behaviours and use of force, Laura McTackett and Stuart DM Thomas


Australian politics explainer: Robert Menzies and the birth of the Liberal-National coalition, Gregory C. Melleuish


Baird's early exit means NSW loses a leader whose best years were yet to come, Gregory C. Melleuish


It's unrealistic to expect MPs to follow the view of the people who elected them every time, Gregory C. Melleuish


No longer tied to Britain, Australia is still searching for its place in the world, Gregory C. Melleuish


Queensland Liberals and Nationals have long had an uneasy cohabitation, and now should consider divorce, Gregory C. Melleuish


Philosophy of history: Change, stability and the tragic human condition, Gregory C. Melleuish and Susanna G. Rizzo

Indigenous children's multimodal communication of emotions through visual imagery, Kathy Mills, Alberto Bellocchi, Roger Patulny, and Jane Dooley

Swarm networks and the design process of a distributed meme warfare campaign, Teodor E. Mitew and Travis Wall

Register analysis in systemic functional linguistics, Alison Rotha Moore

Crown and Sword Executive power and the use of force by the Australian Defence Force, Cameron Moore


The Arbitral Award in the Matter of the South China Sea between the Philippines and China What are the Implications for Freedom of Navigation and the Use of Force?, Cameron Moore

Teaching with Twitter: A Case Study in the Practice of Audiencing, Christopher L. Moore and Sue Turnbull

Women in 'Rural' Practice: Opportunities, Challenges and Strategies to Thrive, Trish Mundy

Rural and Regional Legal Practice, Trish Mundy and Amanda Kennedy

Advancement of Women in Law Firms: Best Practice Pilot Research Project, Trish Mundy and Nan M. Seuffert

Music for "You've Mistaken Me for a Butterfly", Terumi Narushima

Performance in response to Anna Magdalena Laerkesen's "Refuge", Terumi Narushima and Linda Luke

Strong sustainability in coastal areas: a conceptual interpretation of SDG 14, Barbara Neumann, Konrad Ott, and Richard Kenchington

A special Australian country thing: the small hall in Australian country life, David Nichols, Katherine Bowles, and Gordon R. Waitt

(Im)politeness and relationality, J Ohashi and Wei-Lin Chang


The sociology of emotions: A meta-reflexive review of a theoretical tradition in flux, Rebecca Olson, Jordan J. McKenzie, and Roger Patulny

Teaching Australian Multicultural Literature, Wenche Ommundsen

The literatures of Chinese Australia, Wenche Ommundsen


The drivers of firm longevity: age, size, profitability and survivorship of Australian corporations, 1901-1930, Laura Panza, Simon Ville, and David Merrett

A visual analysis of gender bias in contemporary anatomy textbooks, Rhiannon Parker, Theresa A. Larkin, and Jonathan P. Cockburn

'I'll just text you': is face-to-face social contact declining in a mediated world?, Roger Patulny and Claire Seaman

Generalising men's affective experiences, Roger Patulny, Vern Smith, and Kai Ruo Soh