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 2014

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Book review: Limits of Maritime Jurisdiction by Schofield, Lee and Kwon (eds.), Lowell Bautista

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Dispute settlement in the Law of the Sea Convention and territorial and maritime disputes in Southeast Asia: issues, opportunities, and challenges, Lowell Bautista

The arbitration case between Philippines and China over their dispute in the South China Sea, Lowell Bautista

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The Socratic Method as a Pedagogical Method in Legal Education, Lowell Bautista

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Submission to United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Draft General Comment on Article 12 – Equal Recognition Before the Law, Fleur Beaupert and Linda Roslyn Steele

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Defining EEZ claims from islands: A potential South China Sea change, Robert Beckman and Clive Schofield

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Business-managed democracy: the transnational class, Sharon Beder

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Carbon offsets can do more environmental harm than good, Sharon Beder

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Lobbying, greenwash and deliberate confusion: how vested interests undermine climate change, Sharon Beder

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We need to talk about how we talk about climate change, Sharon Beder

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Dowry in Bangladesh: a search from an international perspective for an effective legal approach to mitigate women’s experiences, Afroza Begum

Towards growth and sustainability: the institutional and disciplinary dynamics of postgraduate law research, Felicity Bell, Rita Shackel, and Linda Roslyn Steele

Conclusions: Norms and the Politics of Implementation, Alexander Betts and Philip C. Orchard

Introduction: The Normative Institutionalization-Implementation Gap, Alexander Betts and Philip C. Orchard

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Teachers' attitudes towards Computer-Assisted Language Learning in Australia and Spain, Lidia Bilbatua and Alfredo Herrero de Haro

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Resource development and teacher training: a model of interactive WhiteBoard (WB) integration in language labs, Lidia Bilbatua and Laetitia Vedrenne

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Back to the classroom: language educators learning a language, Lidia Bilbatua, Laetitia Vedrenne, and Rowena G. Ward

Networks, Thomas Birtchnell

Language attitudes of Mauritian youth in secondary education: some preliminary results, Anu Bissoonauth-Bedford

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Learning skills in journalistic skepticism while recognising whistleblowers, David Blackall

"Weeping is Singing": after the war, a transnational lament, Merlinda Bobis

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Moya Dyring: An Australian Salon in Paris, Melissa J. Boyde

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Submission letter to the NSW Sentencing Council, David Brown and Julia Quilter

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Speaking too soon: the sabotage of bail reform in New South Wales, D. Brown and Julia Quilter

A literary fortune, Megan Brown

Chipko legacies: sustaining an ecological ethic in the context of agrarian change, Trent Brown

Negotiating the NGO/Social Movement Dichotomy: Evidence from Punjab, India, Trent Brown

Schizoanalysis and the pedagogy of the oppressed, Ian Buchanan

Schizoanalytic modernism: the case of Antonin Artaud, Ian Buchanan

The clutter assemblage, Ian Buchanan

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The ephemeral coast: on the edge of the otherly realm, Ian Buchanan

Introduction: Inventing Schizoanalysis, Ian Buchanan and Lorna Collins

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Assemblage theory and schizoanalysis, Ian M. Buchanan

Esquizoanálise e Antonin Artaud, Ian M. Buchanan

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Ramp Up’s shut-down robs us of a needed voice on disability issues, Shawn Burns

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The news we lose when we cut local newspapers, Shawn Burns

Motivated selection in verbal art, 'verbal science', and psychotherapy: when many methods are at one, David Butt, Caroline Henderson-Brooks, Alison Moore, Russell Meares, Joan Haliburn, Anthony Korner, and Roy Eyal

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A blizzard from Oz, Rowan Cahill

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A case of open access, Rowan Cahill

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A long shadow, Rowan Cahill

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Anti-radicalism and history from below, Rowan Cahill

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Book review: David Grant, Jagged Seas: The New Zealand Seamen's Union, 1879-2003, Rowan Cahill

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'Fictional' history opens new front in war on workers, Rowan Cahill

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Home front WW2: myths and realities, Rowan Cahill

Joining the Dots: C/58/63, Rowan Cahill

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Maritime Outlaws, Rowan Cahill

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Mullen's choices, Rowan Cahill

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Spying on dissent: it's the Australian way, Rowan Cahill

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The enemy within, Rowan Cahill

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The future of history, Rowan Cahill

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The looming war on trade unions, Rowan Cahill

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The Neighbour From Hell, Rowan Cahill

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The outs and ins of ‘Mad’ John Clare, Rowan Cahill

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Fish for the future: fisheries development and food security for Kiriibati in an era of global climate change, Brooke M. Campbell and Quentin A. Hanich

I can't believe I fell for muppet man!: Female nerds and the order of discourse, Raewyn Campbell

A "happy blending'? Maori networks, anthrolpology and 'Native' policy in New Zealand, the Pacific and beyond, Jane L. Carey

Introduction: Indigenous networks: historical trajectories and contemporary connections, Jane L. Carey and Jane Lydon

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Indigenous Australia's diverse memorialisation of the dead, Bronwyn Carlson

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Well-connected Indigenous kids keen to tap new ways to save lives, Bronwyn Carlson

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Four scholars speak to navigating the complexities of naming in Indigenous studies, Bronwyn Carlson, J Berglund, Michelle Harris, and Evan S. Te Ahu Poata-Smith

Rockumentary and collective memory: a comparison of hype and the occy: a doco, Robert Carr

Surveillance politics and local government: a national survey of federal funding for CCTV in Australia, Robert Carr

Marine environmental governance networks and approaches: conference report, Yen-Chiang Chang, Warwick Gullett, and David L. Fluharty

Business Law Guidebook, Charles YC Chew

Changes in approach to unjust contracts effected with financial institutions: a search for certainty and radical reform, Charles YC Chew

Common law and equitable aspects of unjust banking contracts: a legal analysis, Charles YC Chew

Statutory aspects of unjust banking contracts: a legal analysis, Charles YC Chew

Unconscionability in banking law: the equitable doctrine (Pt 1), Charles YC Chew

Unconscionable conduct in banking law: the impact of the legislative regime (Pt 2), Charles YC Chew

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Silencing and subjugation masquerading as love and understanding, Maureen Clark

Pedaling power: bicycles, subjectivities and landscapes in a settler colonial society, Georgine Clarsen

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Women's leadership in the trades: an overview, Georgine W. Clarsen

How the law can make it simple: easing the circulation of agency in e-justice, Francesco Contini and Richard Mohr

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Getting my hands dirty: research and writing, Shady E. Cosgrove

Continuities and discontinuities: Malay workers and migrant workers in the manufacturing industries, Vicki Crinis

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The Coral Triangle Atlas: An Integrated Online Spatial Database System for Improving Coral Reef Management, Annick Cros, Nurulhuda Ahamad Fatan, Alan White, Shwu Jiau Teoh, Stanley Tan, Christian Handayani, Charles Huang, Nate Peterson, Ruben Venegas Li, Hendra Yusran Siry, Ria Fitriana, Jamison Gove, Tomoko Acoba, Maurice Knight, Renerio Acosta, Neil L. Andrew, and Doug Beare

Identifying with the frontier: federation new woman, nation and empire, Sharon Crozier-De Rosa

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Perhaps tea and scones are OK: the CWA and feminism today, Sharon Crozier-De Rosa

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Shame and the anti-suffragist in Britain and Ireland: drawing women back into the fold?, Sharon Crozier-De Rosa

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Shame, Marie Corelli, and the "New Woman" in Fin-de-Siecle Britain fin-de-siecle Britain, Sharon Crozier-De Rosa

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Industry needs and tertiary journalism education: Views from news editors, Trevor Cullen, Stephen J. Tanner, Marcus O'Donnell, and Kerry Green

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Book review: Fukushima, Leigh Dale

T.H. Green and the modern novel: English at Oxford, Leigh Dale

Making the invisible visible: raising student awareness of literary translation, Karen Marie Daly

Comic Medievalism: Laughing at the Middle Ages, Louise D'Arcens

Coming home: international and domestic Medievalism in the films of Ridley Scott, Louise D'Arcens

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Living memory and the long dead: the ethics of laughing at the Middle Ages, Louise D'Arcens

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Medievalist laughter, Louise D'Arcens

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You had to be there: Anachronism and the limits of laughing at the Middle Ages, Louise D'Arcens

Introduction: International Medievalism and Popular Culture, Louise D'Arcens and Andrew Lynch

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So hot right now: the Middle Ages in the climate change debate, Louise D'Arcens and Clare Monagle

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The durability of the 'Antarctic Model' and Southern Ocean governance, Ruth A. Davis

New Literatures XVII - Africa, Margaret Daymond and Antonio Simoes da Silva

Police management of mental health crisis situations in the community: status quo, current gaps and future directions, Fanny De Tribolet-Hardya, Dragana Kesic, and Stuart DM Thomas

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Taxation in Australia up until 1914: The warp and weft of protectionism, Caroline Dick

From provocation to interrogation: the global political economy of the 1%, exploitation and the unfashionable problematic of 'captial' in IPE, Timothy DiMuzio

Historicizing capital as power: energy, capitalization and globalized social reproduction, Timothy DiMuzio

Introduction: The provocations of capital as power, Timothy DiMuzio

Toward a genealogy of the new constitutionalism: the empire of liberty and domination, Timothy DiMuzio

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Illawarra Co-­‐operatives: The First One Hundred Years, Mike Donaldson and Nick Southall