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

Engaging with "herself": fandom and authorship in the age of Tumblr, Jennifer A. Phillips and Katharina Freund

Comparative law as an engine of change for civil procedure, Colin B. Picker

Comparative perspectives on teaching foreign students in law: pedagogical, substantive, logistical and conceptual challenges, Colin B. Picker, Lucas Lixinski, Alex D. Steel, and Dominic Fitzsimmons

Ocean governance and the ocean commissioner in the pacific, Cristelle Pratt and Elizabeth G. Brierley

Dog whistling: Australian settler colonialism and the dingo, Fiona Probyn-Rapsey


Five propositions on ferals, Fiona Probyn-Rapsey

Hopes of killing: the cultural politics of eradication, Fiona Probyn-Rapsey


Indian street dogs and minding animals conference, Fiona Probyn-Rapsey

The cultural politics of eradicaiton: Dingos, Fiona Probyn-Rapsey

The feral amongst us, Fiona Probyn-Rapsey

The sustainable campus: The Sydney declaration on interspecies sustainability, Fiona Probyn-Rapsey

What brings you to animal studies?, Fiona Probyn-Rapsey

Globalized higher education, Xiaoying Qi

Reconfigured everyday lives of children from divorced-parent families in Singapore, Sharon E. Quah


Callinan review largely backs Sydney lockout laws, but alcohol's role in family violence is a blind spot, Julia Quilter


Populism and Criminal Justice Policy: An Australian Case Study of Non-Punitive Responses to Alcohol-Related Violence, Julia Quilter


Statutory review of sections 25A and 25B of the Crimes Act 1900, Julia Quilter


Sydney's lockout laws: cutting crime or civil liberties?, Julia Quilter


Submission to Senate has asked the Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee 'Inquiry into the need for a nationally-consistent approach to alcohol-fuelled violence', Julia Quilter and Luke McNamara


Review of the effectiveness of the 1.30am lock outs, 3am cessation of liquor sales, 10pm take-away liquor laws and the annual liquor licence fee program, Julia Quilter and Luke J. McNamara


Criminal law and the effects of alcohol and other drugs: a national study of the significance of "intoxication" in Australian legislation, Julia Quilter, Luke J. McNamara, Kate Seear, and Robin Room


The definition and significance of 'intoxication' in Australian criminal law: a casestudy of Queensland's 'safe night out' legislation, Julia Quilter, Luke J. McNamara, Kate Seear, and Robin Room


Ocean Diplomacy: The Pacific Island Countries' Campaign to the UN for an Ocean Sustainable Development Goal, Genevieve Quirk and Quentin A. Hanich

People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN), Christopher Rahman


The Limits to Maritime Security Collaboration in the Indo-Pacific Region, Christopher Rahman

Use of technology in maritime regulation and enforcement, Christopher Rahman

All in A Day at Lou's Place: Creative Practice from a Women's Refuge in Kings Cross, Sydney - photography, Jacky Redgate

Grey Room Post-Election Artists Dossier, Jacky Redgate

Light Throw (Mirrors) Fold, Jacky Redgate

Paint + Object, Jacky Redgate

Returning to the Field #2, SNO 122, Jacky Redgate

The photography workshop, Jacky Redgate


Anti-Semitic anti-Zionism on campus how should universities respond?, Gregory L. Rose

Detention of non-state actors engaged in hostilities - recommendations for future law, Gregory L. Rose

International jurisdictional challenges in the suppression of transnational environmental crime, Gregory L. Rose

Introduction, Gregory L. Rose and Bruce Oswald


A two-step theory of the evolution of human thinking Joint and (various) collective forms of intentionality, Glenda L. Satne

A Landmark Decision in the South China Sea: The Scope and Implications of the Arbitral Tribunal's Award, Clive H. Schofield


Explainer: what are the legal implications of the South China Sea ruling?, Clive H. Schofield

Untangling a complex web: understanding competing maritime claims in the South China Sea, Clive H. Schofield

Combating piracy and armed robbery at sea: from Somalia to the Gulf of Guinea, Clive H. Schofield and Ali Kamal-Deen


Fishing, not oil, is at the heart of the South China Sea dispute, Clive H. Schofield, Rashid Sumaila, and William Cheung

Finding stories of justice in the art of conversation: ethnography in cultural legal studies, Cassandra E. Sharp

G. V. Desani, Paul Sharrad


Film Pioneer Lee Man-hee and the Creation of a Contemporary Korean Cinema Legend, Ae-Gyung Shim and Brian Yecies

Cooperative maritime surveillance and enforcement, Yubing Shi and W Gullett


Te Arewhana Kei Roto i Te Ruma: An Indigenous Neo-Disputatio on Settler Society, Nullifying Te Tiriti, 'Natural Resources' and Our Collective Future in Aotearoa New Zealand, Hemopereki Simon

Questioning care, Lisa Slater

The land holds all things: Kim Scott's Benang - a guide to postcolonial spatiality, Lisa Slater


Corporate manslaughter by industrial robots at work: who should go on trial under the principles of common law in Australia?, S M. Solaiman

Humour in political activism: creative nonviolent resistance, Majken J. Sorensen

Nonviolent conflict escalation, Majken J. Sorensen and Jørgen Johansen

Performing anger to signal injustice: the expression of anger in victim impact statements, Sarah Sorial


Court authorised sterilisation and human rights: inequality, discrimination and violence against women and girls with disability, Linda Roslyn Steele

Disabling forensic mental health detention: the carcerality of the disabled body, Linda Roslyn Steele

Diversion of individuals with disability from the criminal justice system: control inside or outside criminal law?, Linda Roslyn Steele

Human Rights and Disability Advocacy. By Maya Sabatello and Marianne Schulze, Linda Roslyn Steele


Indefinite detention of people with cognitive and psychiatric impairment in Australia Submission 59, Linda Roslyn Steele

Looking for Ashley: Re-reading what the Smith case reveals about the governance of girls, mothers and families in Canada, Linda Roslyn Steele

Gender, disability rights and violence against medical bodies, Linda Roslyn Steele and Leanne Dowse

Medical bodies: gender, justice and medicine, Linda Roslyn Steele, Macarena Iribarne, and Rachel Carr


Anglo-worlds in transit: connections and frictions across the Pacific, Frances Steel

Shipping - Imperial, Frances Steel

The cruise ship, Frances Steel


Introduction: analysing emotion and theorising affect, Peta Tait

Rotten to the bone: discourses of contamination and purity in the European horsemeat scandal, Nik Taylor and Jordan J. McKenzie

Border crossings: the transnational career of the television crime drama, Sue Turnbull

Multilateral maritime security cooperation in the Indian Ocean region: status and prospects, Shishir Upadhyaya


Budget explainer: why the federal budget falls in May, Simon Ville


Coal was king of the Industrial Revolution, but not always the path to a modern economy, Simon Ville

Trade with China: Is a dominant trading partner damaging for economic development?, Simon Ville


Too big to fail: explaining the timing and nature of intervention in the Australian wool market, 1916-1991, Simon Ville and David T. Merrett


Government review supports Australia's marine reserves - now it's time to move on, Michelle A. Voyer and Richard Kenchington


Employment of Graduates of Japanese Language, Rowena G. Ward

Repatriating the Japanese from New Caledonia, 1941-1946, Rowena G. Ward

Developing new regulatory paradigms for the conservation and sustainable use of marine biodiversity in areas beyond national jurisdiction, Robin M. Warner

Setting the table: Indigenous engagement on environmental issues in a politicised context, Felecia Watkin-Lui, M Kiatkoski Kim, Aurelie Delisle, Natalie Stoeckl, and Helene Marsh

Motivations for sharing bushmeat with an urban diaspora in Indigenous Australia, Felecia Watkin-Lui, Natalie Stoeckl, Aurelie Delisle, M Kiatkoski Kim, and Helene Marsh


Agnosis in the university workplace, Andrew M. Whelan


Camden History v4 n2, Ian Willis


A breath of fresh air, Ian C. Willis


Being a historical detective, Ian C. Willis


Ben Linden Narellan An Edwardian Gem, Ian C. Willis


Beulah and Sydney's urban sprawl, Ian C. Willis


Camden cafes and milk bars, Ian C. Willis

Camden: launch of a new regional newspaper, Ian C. Willis


Camden modernism, Ian C. Willis


Do you know what is under your feet?, Ian C. Willis


Elderslie, a suburb on Sydney's fringe, Ian C. Willis


Flood free crossing via Macarthur Bridge, Ian C. Willis

Force or farce Community consultation in local government, Ian C. Willis

Guardian angels the red cross on the wartime home front, Ian C. Willis


Histories of the Red Cross, Ian C. Willis

History in hidden harmony, Ian C. Willis

Illuminating local history, Ian C. Willis


Interwar Camden, Ian C. Willis


John Hawdon of Elderslie in a settler society, Ian C. Willis

'Just like England', a colonial settler landscape, Ian C. Willis


Life, horses and the Army at Narellan in WW2, Ian C. Willis

Local history: a view from the bottom, Ian C. Willis