The University of Wollongong Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts was formed in 2013 following an organisational restructure. It was dissolved on 1 July 2020 and incorporated in the new Faculty of Business and Law and Faculty of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. In 2013 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 2021


How to determine the boundaries of the mind: a Markov blanket proposal, Michael D. Kirchhoff and Julian Kiverstein

Papers from 2020


Malnutrition in rural Solomon Islands: An analysis of the problem and its drivers, Joelle Albert, Jessica Bogard, Faye Siota, Joe McCarter, Salome Diatalau, Josephine Maelaua, Thomas D. Brewer, and Neil L. Andrew

Changing the rules on bail: an analysis of recent legislative reforms in three Australian jurisdictions, Lachlan Auld and Julia Quilter

Corruption in business: A critical appraisal of the Australian regulatory regime in the light of the UK Bribery Act 2010, Afroza Begum


"They Should Have Never Given Us Uniforms If They Didn't Want Us to Be an Army": The Handmaid's Tale as Transmedia Feminism, Amy Boyle


Distal engagement: Intentions in perception, Nick Brancazio and Miguel Segundo Ortin


Claims, confusion, and status: Which city is New Zealand's oldest?, Andre Brett


Great time to try: 5½ ways to make movie masterpieces at home, Aaron L. Burton


New shows tell our isolation stories on screen - making the most of what's at hand, Aaron L. Burton

Centrostephanus rodgersii and Centrostephanus tenuispinus, Maria Byrne and Neil L. Andrew


Tony Pecinovsky, Let Them Tremble, Rowan Cahill

Unfulfilled prophecies in sport performance: Active inference and the choking effect, Massimiliano L. Cappuccio, Michael D. Kirchhoff, Fady Alnajjar, and Jun Tani

On hope and resignation: conflicting visions of settler colonial studies and its future as a field, Jane L. Carey

The Varying Shades of Unequal Bargaining Power in Agreements with Financial Institutions: Some Comparative Perspectives: Journal of International Company and Commercial Law Review, Charles YC Chew

Landowners' Appeal of Seawalls Refusal Unsuccessful, John Corkill


At a performance of The White Album, I found the community I needed in a time of crisis, Karen Cummings

Queer literary studies and the question of identity categories, Guy R. Davidson


Capitalized money, austerity and the math of capitalism, Timothy DiMuzio and Richard Robbins

A multi-stratal perspective on circumstantial meaning, Shoshana J. Dreyfus and Jing Hao


Integrating fisheries, food and nutrition - Insights from people and policies in Timor-Leste, Anna K. Farmery, Lana Kajlich, Michelle A. Voyer, Jessica Bogard, and Augustinha Duarte

Are media messages to consume more under-utilized seafood species reliable?, Anna K. Farmery, Ingrid van Putten, Michelle Phillipov, and Alistair McIlgorm


Should I use my 'weak' social capital or 'strong' guanxi? Reviewing and critiquing two theories in the context of Western-Chinese migration, Zhuqin Feng and Roger Patulny

Deep Brain Stimulation, Self and Relational Autonomy, Shaun Gallagher

Mindful performance, Shaun Gallagher


Anchoring know-how: Action, affordance, and anticipation, Shaun Gallagher and Benjamin Aguda

A Review of China's and Japan's International Engagement in South America: The Cases of Brazil, Chile and Venezuela, Gabriel Garcia


Science Collaboration for Capacity Building: Advancing Technology Transfer Through a Treaty for Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction, Harriet R. Harden- Davies and Paul Snelgrove

Morpheme dislocation in Eastern Andalusian Spanish plurals, Alfredo Herrero de Haro

Policing mandatory bicycle helmet laws in NSW: Fair cop or unjust gouge?, Russell G. Hogg and Julia Quilter

Hegemony, Hegemonic Masculinity, and Beyond, Richard Howson and Jeff Hearn

Introduction- Consolidation and Contestation of the Responsibility to Protect, Charles T. Hunt and Philip C. Orchard

The cost of over-intellectualizing the free-energy principle, Daniel D. Hutto

Utopian dreams in the new world and for the new woman: The influence of utopian socialism in first wave feminism: The case of Marie Howland and Topolobambo's community., Macarena Iribarne

Liminality and the Sex Worker in Michel Houellebecq's 'Platform', Klemens E. James

Impacts of climate change on marine resources in the Pacific Island region, Johanna Johnson, Valerie Allain, Britt Basel, Johann D. Bell, Andrew Chin, Leo Dutra, Eryn Hooper, David Loubser, Janice Lough, Bradley Moore, and Simon Nicol

Ways of meaning : A case study of two oncologists' answers to questions asked by advanced cancer patients and their companions, Neda Karimi, Alison Rotha Moore, and Annabelle Lukin

The Red Taylorist: The Life and Times of Walter Nicholas Polakov, Diana J. Kelly

Diverse Australians on television: from nostalgic whiteness to aspirational multiculturalism, Sukhmani Khorana

'A horse is no machine': character in Jane Smiley's Horse Heaven, Jeri Kroll

Challenging the Legal Self through Performance, Marett Leiboff

The Rocky Horror Show as liminal, gothic, monstrous, Shakespearean biolegal fable, Marett Leiboff

Militarized sexual violence and campaigns for redress, Vera Mackie


An ethical engagement: creative practice research, the academy and professional codes of conduct, Kate MacNeill, Barbara Bolt, Estelle Barrett, Megan McPherson, Marie Sierra, Sarah B. Miller, Pia Ednie-Brown, and Carole Wilson

Dealing with Conspiracy Theory Attributions, Brian Martin

New South Wales: insights into influencing the shape of criminal law making, Luke J. McNamara and Julia Quilter


Bob Santamaria, 'the most significant' figure in Australian politics never to have been in parliament, Gregory C. Melleuish

'Celebrating 10 Years of Idris Elba Becoming James Bond Any Second Now': Fandom, Ownership and the Alt-Right, Renee Middlemost


Developing a short-term phenomenological training program: A report of methodological lessons, Katsunori Miyahara, Takuya Niikawa, Hiro Hamada, and Satoshi Nishida

Progress and tensions in modelling register as a semantic configuration, Alison Rotha Moore

Adjacency and due regard: The role of coastal States in the BBNJ treaty, Joanna Mossop and Clive H. Schofield

The role of a Law Student Pledge in shaping positive professional and ethical identities: a case study from Australia, Trish Mundy, Karina Murray, Kate P. Tubridy, and John P. Littrich

Contestations, Norms, and the Responsibility to Protect as a Regime, Philip C. Orchard

Russia as an R2P Anti-Preneur? Contesting and Challenging the Responsibility to Protect, Philip C. Orchard and Heather Rae


Design principles for integrating authentic activities in an online community of foreign language learners, Mariolina Pais Marden and Janice A. Herrington

On Markov blankets and hierarchical self-organisation, Ensor Rafael Palacios, Adeel Razi, Thomas Parr, Michael D. Kirchhoff, and Karl Friston


Does social media make us more or less lonely? Depends on how you use it, Roger Patulny


Reconnecting after coronavirus - 4 key ways cities can counter anxiety and loneliness, Roger Patulny, Jordan J. McKenzie, Marlee Bower, and Rebecca E. Olson


Economic cognitive institutions, Enrico Petracca and Shaun Gallagher

Transnational Divorce: Understanding intimacies and inequalities from Singapore, Ee Ling Quah

The Working of Heteronormativity: Transnational Remarriage as Pragmatic Strategy, Sharon Quah

Evaluating Criminalisation as a Strategy in Relation to Non-Physical Family Violence, Julia Quilter

Networks, case managers, and the job-search experiences of unemployed people, Gaby Ramia, Michelle Peterie, Roger Patulny, and Greg Marston


Institutions and other things: critical hermeneutics, postphenomenology and material engagement theory, Tailer Ransom and Shaun Gallagher

Rethinking global governance of plastics - The role of industry, Karen Raubenheimer and Niko Urho


Anticipatory action: active inference in embodied cognitive activity, Ian Robertson and Michael D. Kirchhoff


Getting creative with less. Recipe lessons from the Australian Women's Weekly during wartime, Lauren Samuelsson

Taking a Step Back, Moving Forward: Place and Space without Mental Representations, Glenda L. Satne

Understanding others by doing things together: an enactive account, Glenda L. Satne

Nudging statutory law to make space for customary processes and community-based fisheries management in Solomon Islands, Anne-Maree Schwarz, Jean Gordon, and Christain Ramofafia

Law, society and domestic violence: 'best practice' methodologies for evaluating integrated domestic violence services, Nan M. Seuffert and Trish Mundy

Changes to teachers' knowledge base: do they make a difference to students' writing outcomes?, Lei-Min Shi and Honglin Chen

Cultural intermediation and the basis of trust among webtoon and webnovel communities, Ae Gyung Shim, Brian Yecies, Xiang Ren, and Dingkun Wang

Cross-cultural encounters: reconceptualising shared histories on the Bundian Way, Jodie Stewart

A terrifying manipulator of signs, Marcelo G. Svirsky and Ronnen Ben-Arie


Contribution of women's fisheries substantial, but overlooked, in Timor-Leste, Alexander Tilley, Ariadna Burgos, Agustinha Duarte, Joctan dos Reis Lopes, Hampus B. Eriksson, and David J. Mills


Facebook and a fair trial: caution, challenge and contradiction, Kate P. Tubridy


Miss Fisher and her fans: how a heroine on Australia's small screen became a global phenomenon, Sue Turnbull

Anticipatory-Vicarious Grief: The Anatomy of a Moral Emotion, Somogy Varga and Shaun Gallagher


Data-driven approach for highlighting priority areas for protection in marine areas beyond national jurisdiction, Morgan Visalli, Benjamin Best, Reniel Cabral, William Cheung, Nichola Clark, Cristina Garilao, Kristin Kaschner, Kathleen Kesner-Reyes, Vicky Lam, Sara Maxwell, Juan Mayorga, Holly Moeller, Lance Morgan, Guillermo Crespo, Malin Pinsky, Timothy White, and Douglas McCauley

Assessing policy coherence and coordination in the sustainable development of a Blue Economy. A case study from Timor Leste, Michelle A. Voyer, Anna K. Farmery, Lana Kajlich, Astrid S. Vachette, and Genevieve Quirk

Environmental impact assessment in the world's oceans beyond national jurisdiction: crafting a comprehensive regime, Robin M. Warner

Papers from 2019

Veganwashing Israel's Dirty Laundry? Animal Politics and Nationalism in Palestine-Israel, Esther Alloun

Imminence in refugee and human rights law: a misplaced notion for international protection, Adrienne Anderson, Michelle Foster, Helene T. Lambert, and Jane McAdam


Coastal proximity of populations in 22 Pacific Island Countries and Territories, Neil L. Andrew, Phil Bright, Luis de la Rua, Shwu Jiau Teoh, and Mathew Vickers

Searching for Culinary Footprints: A Question of Cultural Identity - Kristang Foodways and the Portuguese Culinary Legacy in Melaka, Paula Arvela


Comparing sustainability claims with assurance in organic agriculture standards, Francisco Ascui, Anna K. Farmery, and Fred Gale


The Aquarian Uprising: America in 1969, Anthony I. Ashbolt

100 Atmospheres: Studies in Scale and Wonder, Su Ballard, Louise J. Boscacci, David S. Carlin, Anne A. Collett, Eva Hampel, Lucas M. Ihlein, Jo Law, Joshua M. Lobb, Jade E. Kennedy, Catherine McKinnon, Teodor E. Mitew, Joanna Stirling, and Kim Williams


Spiral Jetty, geoaesthetics, and art: Writing the Anthropocene, Su Ballard and Elizabeth Linden

Joan Brassil: 'The Energy of the Life Game', Susan Ballard

Freedoms of navigation in the Asia-Pacific region: Strategic, political and legal factors, Sam Bateman

Realising the food security benefits of canned fish for Pacific Island countries, Johann D. Bell, Michael K. Sharp, Elizabeth Havice, Michael J. Batty, Karen E. Charlton, Joanna Russell, Wayne Adams, Kamal Azmi, Alessandro Romeo, Colette Wabnitz, Neil L. Andrew, Leonard Rodwell, Steve Gu'urau, and Robert Gillett


Language and attitude shift of young Mauritians in secondary education, Anu Bissoonauth-Bedford


Linking production and consumption: The role for fish and seafood in a healthy and sustainable Australian diet, Jessica Bogard, Anna K. Farmery, Danielle L. Baird, Gilly A. Hendrie, and Shijie Zhou


Will fish be part of future healthy and sustainable diets?, Jessica Bogard, Anna K. Farmery, David C. Little, Elizabeth A. Fulton, and Mat Cook

Colonial and Provincial Separation Movements in Australia and New Zealand, 1856-1865, Andre Brett

Docu-reality and Empathy in Bloodless (2017) A Manifesto for Transnational Virtual Reality Cinema, Luke Buckmaster and Brian Yecies


How our screen stories of the future went from flying cars to a darker version of now, Aaron L. Burton


Why slow TV deserves our (divided) attention, Aaron L. Burton


On the margins, Rowan Cahill