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).

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Papers from 2016

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

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

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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

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

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

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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

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Agnosis in the university workplace, Andrew M. Whelan

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Camden History v4 n2, Ian Willis

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A breath of fresh air, Ian C. Willis

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Being a historical detective, Ian C. Willis

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Ben Linden Narellan An Edwardian Gem, Ian C. Willis

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

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Camden cafes and milk bars, Ian C. Willis

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

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Camden modernism, Ian C. Willis

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

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

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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

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Histories of the Red Cross, Ian C. Willis

History in hidden harmony, Ian C. Willis

Illuminating local history, Ian C. Willis

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Interwar Camden, Ian C. Willis

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

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

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

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

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London women in the colonies, Ian C. Willis

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Lost Campbelltown heritage, Ian C. Willis

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Menangle 'Little England' says Duchess of York, Ian C. Willis

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Movie making Camden style, Ian C. Willis

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On the edge, settler colonialism on the Cumberland Plain, Ian C. Willis

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Pansy the Camden locomotive, Ian C. Willis

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Pit covers and other things under foot, Ian C. Willis

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Place making at Narellan NSW, Ian C. Willis

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The army arrives at Narellan, Ian C. Willis

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The army in camp at Narellan in WW2, Ian C. Willis

The Red Cross and the Liverpool Field Hospital, Hope and Despair during 1915, Ian C. Willis

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The Red Cross in Sydney in World War One, Ian C. Willis

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The seaside holiday, Ian C. Willis

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Voluntary Aids at the Nerve Hospital, Ian C. Willis

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Was Governor Lachlan Macquarie a terrorist?, Ian C. Willis

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Westies, Bogans and Yobbos. What's in a name?, Ian C. Willis

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Amateur mythographies: Fan fiction and the myth of myh, Ika Willis

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In praise of trigger warnings, Ika Willis

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She's Already Waited Too Long: Affective Transtemporality in Ben Ferriss's "Penelope", Ika Willis

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The classical canon and/as transformative work, Ika Willis

Writing the fables of sexual difference: slash fiction as technology of gender, Ika Willis

Archives of cloth: shadows of the past in re-visioning textiles, Diana Wood Conroy

Views from Australia and the Asia Pacific, Diana Wood Conroy

Economic instruments in pollution law in New South Wales, Australia: a case for greater use and refinement, Sarah K. Wright

Holding regulators to account in New South Wales pollution law: part 1 - the limits of merits review, Sarah K. Wright

The duty to report pollution incidents and regulator image in New South Wales pollution law, Sarah K. Wright

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Mining Chinese social media UGC: a big data framework for analyzing Douban movie reviews, Jie Yang and Brian Yecies

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Chinese transnational cinema and the collaborative tilt toward South Korea, Brian Yecies

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The Chinese-Korean co-production pact: collaborative encounters and the accelerating expansion of Chinese cinema, Brian Yecies

Transnational collaboration of the multisensory kind: exploiting Korean 4D cinema in China, Brian Yecies

East Asian audio-visual collaboration and the global expansion of Chinese media, Brian Yecies, Michael A. Keane, and Terry Flew

The changing face of Korean Cinema: 1960 to 2015, Brian Yecies and Ae-Gyung Shim

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The Douban online social media barometer and the Chinese reception of Korean popular culture flows, Brian Yecies, Jie Yang, Ae-Gyung Shim, Kai Ruo Soh, and Matthew J. Berryman

Papers from 2015

Filicudi: facts, fiction and fantasy

People smuggling in Southeast Asia: trends, challenges and way forward, Ahmad Amri

International marine governance and protection of biodiversity, Jeff Ardron and Robin M. Warner

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Community gardens and farmers' markets: exploring representations of food culture in the Illawarra, Paula Arvela

Somatic apathy: body disownership in the context of torture, Yochai Ataria and Shaun Gallagher

Anglo-Chinese and the politics of overseas travel from New South Wales, 1898 to 1925, Kate Bagnall

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Early Chinese newspapers in Australia: Trove presents a new perspective on Australian history, Kate Bagnall

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Early Chinese newspapers: Trove presents a new perspective on Australian history, Kate Bagnall

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Liveable cities: who decides what that means and how we achieve it?, Merridee L. Bailey, Amy Milka, Craig Lyons, David Lemmings, Gordon Raeburn, Katie Barclay, Roger Patulny, and Thomas Bristow

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Signal eight times: nature, catastrophic extinction events and contemporary art, Su Ballard

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Feminism and art: unexpected encounters, Susan (Su) Ballard and Agnieszka Golda

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The moral choice of inFAMOUS: law and morality in video games, Michael Barnett and Cassandra E. Sharp

A 'Treat Equal to Wagner': Grainger's interactions with the music and culture of Polynesia, Graham C. Barwell

The future maritime security environment in Asia: a risk assessment approach, Sam Bateman

Maritime Asia: An Australian perspective, Walter S. Bateman

The East Asian seas: competing national spheres of influence, Walter S. Bateman

Legal and policy responses to climate change in the Philippines, Lowell Bautista

The Philippine Treaty Limits: Historical Context and Legal Basis in International Law, Lowell Bautista

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Questioning law’s capacity, Fleur Beaupert and Linda Roslyn Steele

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Children with gender dysphoria and the jurisdiction of the Family Court, Felicity Bell

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Facilitating the Participation of Children in Family Law Processes, Felicity Bell

Judicial expression of a preliminary view, Felicity Bell

Who is a parent and why does it matter?, Felicity Bell

Optimising the use of nearshore fish aggregating devices for food security in the Pacific Islands, Johann D. Bell, J Albert, S Andrefouet, Neil L. Andrew, Michel Blanc, Philip Bright, Deidre Brogan, Brooke M. Campbell, Hugh Govan, John Hampton, Quentin A. Hanich, Shelton J. Harley, Arthur Jorari, Marcus P. Lincoln Smith, Scott Pontifex, Michael K. Sharp, William Sokimi, and Arthur P. Webb

Diversifying the use of tuna to improve food security and public health in Pacific Island countries and territories, Johann D. Bell, Valerie Allain, Edward H. Allison, S Andréfouët, Neil L. Andrew, Michael J. Batty, Michel Blanc, Jeffrey M. Dambacher, John Hampton, Quentin A. Hanich, Shelton Harley, Anne Lorrain, Michael McCoy, Nicholas McTurk, Simon Nicol, Graham Pilling, David Point, Michael K. Sharp, Paula Vivili, and Peter Williams

Pluricentricity and sociolinguistic relationships between French, English and indigenous Languages in New Caledonia, Anu Bissoonauth-Bedford

Book Review and Interview. David Robie. 2014. Dont Spoil My Beautiful Face: Media Mayhem and Human Rights in the Pacific. Auckland: Little Island Press. An Interview with Its Author, David Blackall and David Robie

The Trio Capital fraud and its victims: a study in freedom of information legislation failure, David Blackall and Jolyon Sykes

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Travels with My Art: Moya Dyring and Margaret Olley, Melissa J. Boyde

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Introduction: Art and Activism in Post-Disaster Japan, Alexander Brown and Vera C. Mackie

The progressive conservatism of Alexander Downer: the meta-narrative of resistance, family heritage and Edmund Burke, Paul Brown

The 'structural necessity' of the body without organs, Ian Buchanan