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 2016

Anti-Vilification Laws and Public Racism in Australia: Mapping the Gaps between the Harms Occasioned and the Remedies Provided, Katharine Gelber and Luke J. McNamara


Evidencing the harms of hate speech, Katharine Gelber and Luke J. McNamara

Protecting Earth's last conservation frontier: scientific, management and legal priorities for MPAs beyond national boundaries, Kristina Gjerde, Lora Reeve, Harriet Harden-Davies, Jeff Ardron, Ryan Dolan, Carole Durussel, Sylvia Earle, Jorge A. Jimenez, Peggy Kalas, Dan Laffoley, Nilufer Oral, Richard Page, Marta Chantal Ribeiro, Julien Rochette, Aurelie Spadone, Torsten Thiele, Hannah L. Thomas, Daniel Wagner, Robin M. Warner, Aulani Wilhelm, and Glen Wright

Feeling: sensing the affectivity of emotional politics through textiles, Agnieszka Golda

Many Little Things: Chika OHGI, Agnieszka Golda


A decade of murder and grief: Mexico's drug war turns ten, Luis Gomez Romero

Between love of revolution and hatred of injustice, or, the erotic jurisprudence of Ernesto 'Che' Guevara, Luis Gomez Romero


How the US is outsourcing border enforcement to Mexico, Luis Gomez Romero


Just who are the millions of 'bad hombres' slated for US deportation?, Luis Gomez Romero

Republicanism meets (dystopian) faerie: Harry Potter and the institutional disaster, Luis Gomez Romero


The wall and the beast: Trump's triumph from the Mexican side of the border, Luis Gomez Romero


The wondrous (Baroque) gender revolution, or the rise and fall of the empire of fairies, Luis Gomez Romero

A contested contest: George Reid's election to the leadership of the New South Wales free trade party, Zachary Gorman

Contributory negligence in the twenty-first century: an empirical study of first instance decisions, James Goudkamp and Donal Nolan

Clocks and Clouds live performance at NOWnow Festival 2016, Kraig Grady and Terumi Narushima

Clocks and Clouds live performance Liquid Architecture Autotune Everything: Art and the Sonic - Cosmic - Politic, Kraig Grady and Terumi Narushima


Clocks and Clouds live performance Pretty Gritty #14: overtonal undertow, Kraig Grady and Terumi Narushima

The Australian Governments "White Paper on Reform of the Federation" and the Future of Australian Local Government, Bligh Grant, Roberta Ryan, and Andrew H. Kelly

Aboriginal literature (Australia), Michael R. Griffiths


Deep-sea genetic resources: new frontiers for science and stewardship in areas beyond national jurisdiction, Harriet Harden-Davies


Marine science and technology transfer: can the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission advance governance of biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction?, Harriet Harden-Davies

The regulation of marine scientific research: addressing challenges, advancing knowledge, Harriet Harden-Davies


New laws for the high seas: four key issues the UN talks need to tackle, Harriet Harden-Davies, Genevieve Quirk, and Robin M. Warner

The responsibility to protect and the 'responsibility to assist': developing human rights protection through police building, Charles Hawksley and Nichole C. Georgeou


Sensitive Space: Malmgren's Inner Attitudes, Janys Hayes


Sites to remember: performing the landscape in cultural history, Janys Hayes


The Culture by Laura Jackson, Janys Hayes

Striking the Right Balance: Police Experience, Perceptions and Use of Independent Support Persons During Interviews Involving People with Intellectual Disability, Marie Henshaw, Benjamin L. Spivak, and Stuart DM Thomas


Four mid front vowels in Western Almeria: The effect of /s/, /r/, and /θ/ deletion in Eastern Andalusian Spanish, Alfredo Herrero de Haro


The acquisition of Spanish pronunciation by Welsh learners: Transfer from a regional variety of English into Spanish, Alfredo Herrero de Haro

(Re)Imagining law: marginalised bodies/Indigenous spaces, Benjamin Hightower and Kirsten Anker


The role of hegemonic masculinity and Hollywood in the New Korea, Richard Howson and Brian Yecies

Poison, polygamy and postcolonial politics: The first Chinese Australian novel, Zhong Huang and Wenche Ommundsen


A reconciliation for the future of psychiatry: Both folk psychology and cognitive science, Daniel D. Hutto

Narrative self-shaping: a modest proposal, Daniel D. Hutto

Narrative Understanding, Daniel D. Hutto

Remembering without stored contents: a philosophical reflection on memory, Daniel D. Hutto

Updating the story of mental time travel: narrating and engaging with our possible pasts and futures, Daniel D. Hutto and Patrick H. McGivern


Radical History: Thinking, Writing and Engagement, Terence H. Irving and Rowan Cahill


Scholars and radicals: writing and re-thinking class structure in Australian history, Terence H. Irving and R.W. Connell


Review of "Transcultural Writers and Novels in the Age of Global Mobility", Michael R. Jacklin


Translated Lives in Australian 'Crónicas', Michael R. Jacklin

Assessing and reducing vulnerability to climate change: moving from theory to practical decision-support, Johanna E. Johnson, David Welch, Jeffrey A. Maynard, Johann D. Bell, Gretta Pecl, Julie Robins, and Thor Saunders

Ferocious Animals, Luke M. Johnson

Rural Sonnets, Luke M. Johnson

'The Author Is Dead, But: A Lacanian Response to Barthes's Return-to-the-Author Paradox', Luke M. Johnson

Pedogogy, pleasure and the art of poking fun: anti-colonial humour in Australian Indigenous studies, Garry C. Jones and Colleen McGloin

A zonal approach to maritime regulation and enforcement, Stuart B. Kaye

Combating Maritime Crime and Legal Capacity Building, Stuart B. Kaye

The Other Timorese Maritime Boundary - Timor Leste and Indonesia, Stuart B. Kaye


Perceptions of Taylorism and a Marxist scientific manager, Diana J. Kelly

The Scientific Manager and the FBI: The Surveillance of Walter Polakov in the 1940s, Diana J. Kelly


Cooking Culture, Madeleine T. Kelly

Fisher's Ghost Art Award, Madeleine T. Kelly


Patterns Beyond the Obvious, Madeleine T. Kelly

Reflexive encounters: fabric and form, Madeleine T. Kelly

The Waiting Room, Madeleine T. Kelly


Vital Signs, Madeleine T. Kelly and Carrie Kibbler


"Bush Law 101": Realising place and conscious pedagogy in the Law Curriculum, Amanda Kennedy, Trish Mundy, and Jennifer Nielsen


The implied human rights obligations of UNHCR, Niamh H. Kinchin

UNHCR and the complexity of accountability in the global space, Niamh H. Kinchin

Autopoiesis, free energy, and the life-mind continuity thesis, Michael D. Kirchhoff

Dreaming: Ontological and Methodological Considerations, Michael D. Kirchhoff

Never Mind the Gap: Neurophenomenology, Radical Enactivism, and the Hard Problem of Consciosuness, Michael D. Kirchhoff and Daniel D. Hutto

Study 1: Air Displacement, Jo Law


Twilight States and the Edges of Darkness, Jo Law and Agnieszka Golda

Regulation of offshore hydrocarbon exploration and exploitation under international law, Youna Le Berre Lemaire Lyons

Cultural legal studies as law's extraversion, Marett Leiboff


Fabulous law: legal fables, Marett Leiboff


The good old rule, the catspaw and a two-headed baby, Marett Leiboff

Cultural legal studies and law's popular cultures, Marett Leiboff and Cassandra E. Sharp

'Mem' and 'Cookie': the colonial kitchen in Malaysia and Singapore, Cecilia Y. Leong-Salobir


Introducing a Special Issue on Rescuing Taste from the Nation: Oceans, Borders, and Culinary Flows, Cecilia Y. Leong-Salobir, Krishnendu Ray, and Jaclyn Rohel

The land rights of indigenous and traditional peoples in Brazil and Australia, Marcia D. Leuzinger and Kylie Anne Lingard

Political developments after the 2011 general election, Jason Lim

The political opposition and its protracted journey towards a two-party system, Jason Lim

Artifacts and After Effects, Elizabeth Linden

BABZ Fair, Elizabeth Linden

Reading the Art of Appropriation, Elizabeth Linden


Reframing Pictures: Reading the Art of Appropriation, Elizabeth Linden

The Sydney Morning Herald Feminist Reading Group, Elizabeth Linden

The Rocks of Albany, Elizabeth Linden and James Angus

The New York Times Feminist Reading Group, Elizabeth Linden and Jen Kennedy

The New York Times Feminist Reading Group, Elizabeth Linden and Jen Kennedy

The Sydney Morning Herald Feminist Reading Group, Elizabeth Linden and Jen Kennedy

Utopia is No Place, Utopia is Process, Elizabeth Linden and Jen Kennedy

The potential of current legal structures to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander interests in the Australian bush food industry, Kylie Anne Lingard

Strategies to support the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the commercial development of gourmet bush food products, Kylie Anne Lingard and Paul Martin

Innovation cartography and patentomics: Past, present and future, Kylie Anne Lingard and Mark Perry

The Breadth and Depth of Maritime and Polar Geopolitics, Shaun Lin

Masters and Servants: Cultures of Empire in the Tropics, 1880-1930, Claire K. Lowrie


Fulling mills in medieval Europe: comparing the manuscript and archaeological evidence, Adam Robert Lucas

Stranded assets, externalities and carbon risk in the Australian coal industry: The case for contraction in a carbon-constrained world, Adam Robert Lucas

The phenomenology of gravidity: reframing pregnancy and the maternal through Merleau-Ponty, Levinas and Derrida, Jane M. Lymer


Enduring debates: closing the gender gap in Japan, Vera C. Mackie

From Hiroshima to Lausanne: The World Congress of Mothers and the Hahaoya Taikai in the 1950s, Vera C. Mackie


Remembering Bellona: Gendered Allegories in the Australian War Memorial, Vera C. Mackie


The Grandmother and the Girl, Vera C. Mackie

The Pacifist Handkerchief, Vera C. Mackie


Yoko Ono's Magical Thinking, Vera C. Mackie