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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Re-Thinking aspiration and hegemonic masculinity in transnational context, Richard Howson

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Adapting to the health impacts of climate change in a sustainable manner, Damian Hoy, Adam Roth, Christelle Lepers, Jo Durham, Johann D. Bell, Alexis Durand, Padma Narsey Lal, and Yvan Souares

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Enriching radically enactive cognitive science, Daniel D. Hutto

Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, Daniel D. Hutto

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Extensive enactivism: why keep it all in?, Daniel D. Hutto, Michael D. Kirchhoff, and E Myin

Neural representations not needed - no more pleas, please, Daniel D. Hutto and Erik Myin

Choking RECtified: embodied expertise beyond Dreyfus, Daniel D. Hutto and Raul Sanchez-Garcia

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A heritage vision for sustainable housing goes to ICAC, Lucas Ihlein

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Blogging as art, art as research, Lucas Ihlein

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Review of "Speaking the Earth's Languages: A Theory for Australian-Chilean Postcolonial Poetics', Michael R. Jacklin

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The Occitanists and the EU: a minority's turn around, Henri A. Jeanjean

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A Small, Dead Thing, Luke M. Johnson

Global tracking systems in the Australian interstate trucking industry, Jann E. Karp

GPS in interstate trucking in Australia: Intelligence, surveillance? or compliance tool?, Jann E. Karp

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Enforcement cooperation in combating illegal and unauthorized fishing: an assessment of contemporary practice, Stuart Kaye

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The law of the sea and commercial ships in the search for MH370, Stuart Kaye

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Amenity enhancement and biodiversity conservation in Australian suburbia: Moving towards maintaining indigenous plants on private residential land, Andrew H. Kelly

An overview of the coastal management in the planning system of New South Wales (NSW), Australia, at the local government level: is an environmental statutory shift in planning law overdue?, Andrew H. Kelly

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'Pitting Against the Core' and 'Split Unity', Madeleine T. Kelly

Spatial dimensions of fisheries and biodiversity governance, Richard Kenchington, Ole Vestergaard, and Serge M. Garcia

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Educating law students for rural and regional practice: embedding place based perspectives in law curricula, Amanda Kennedy, Trish Mundy, Jennifer Nielsen, Caroline Hart, Richard Coverdale, Reid Mortensen, Theresa Smith-Ruig, and Claire Macken

From 'de-wogged' migrants to 'rabble rousers': mapping the Indian diaspora in Australia, Sukhmani Khorana

The political is populist: talk shows, political debates, and the middle-class public sphere in India, Sukhmani Khorana

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UNHCR as a Subsidiary Organ of the UN: Plurality, Complexity and Accountability, Niamh H. Kinchin

Assessment of eco-labelling schemes for Pacific tuna fisheries, David S. Kirby, Candice Visser, and Quentin A. Hanich

Standards for the effective management of fisheries bycatch, David S. Kirby and Peter Ward

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Extended cognition and constitution: Re-evaluating the constitutive claim of extended cognition, Michael D. Kirchhoff

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In search of ontological emergence: diachronic, but non-supervenient, Michael D. Kirchhoff

Species of realization and the free energy principle, Michael D. Kirchhoff

Causation in international protection from armed conflict, Helene T. Lambert

Family Unity in Migration Law: The evolution of a more unified approach in Europe, Helene T. Lambert

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Transnational law and refugee identity: The worldwide effect of European norms, Helene T. Lambert

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Songs of Transience (Op.29 ), Lotte Latukefu and Wayne Dixon

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Crossing Seas, Jo Law

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Imaging the seasons: objects and the almanac form, Jo Law

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Stills Fragments Landscapes, Jo Law and Louise Curham

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Cinema Of Actuality: Japanese Avant-Garde Filmmaking In The Season Of Image Politics by Yuriko Furuhata (review), Michael Leggett

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Walking and Mapping: Artists as Cartographers by Karen O'Rourke (review), Michael Leggett

Historicising legal theory, Marett Leiboff

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Lawyers look at the Elgin Marbles, but stars keep them firmly in sight, Marett Leiboff

Legal theory in the age of Google, Marett Leiboff

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Theatrical jurisprudence and the imaginary lives of law in pre-1945 Australia, Marett Leiboff

The practices of legal theory, Marett Leiboff

Unlocking legal theory, Marett Leiboff

Just in case 1: a jurisprudential anatomy of Evans v NSW, Marett Leiboff and Mark Thomas

Legal Theories: Contexts and Practices, Marett Leiboff and Mark Thomas

A question of identity: ethnic Chinese from the People's Republic of China and the Republic of Singapore, Jason Lim

A reflection on university teaching of the Nanjing controversy, Jason Lim

Confucianism as a symbol of solidarity: cultural relations between the Republic of China and the Republic of Vietnam, 1955-1963, Jason Lim

Forum: Where do we go from here?, Elizabeth Linden

The Failure of Feminist Languages: Exposing Patriarchies in Discourse through Art and Activism, Elizabeth Linden

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

Lessons from the Bay of Bengal ITLOS case: stepping offshore for a 'deeper' maritime political geography, Shaun Lin and Clive Schofield

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If a country is an extended family, we have become dysfunctional, Eric Loo

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Media reforms take one step forward, two steps back, Eric Loo

Ecclesiastical Lordship, Seigneurial Power and the Commercialization of Milling in Medieval England, Adam Robert Lucas

Infant imitation and the self - a response to Welsh, Jane M. Lymer

Conservation and risk of extinction of marine species, P Mace, C O'Criodain, Jake Rice, and Glenn Sant

Birth registration and the right to have rights: the changing family and unchanging Koseki, Vera Mackie

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Conclusion: Reflections on the Rhythms of Internationalisation in Post-Disaster Japan, Vera Mackie

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Putting a face to a name: visualising human rights, Vera Mackie

Science, society and the sea of fertility: new reproductive technologies in Japanese popular culture, Vera Mackie

Japan: progress towards diversity and equality in employment, Vera Mackie, Kaori Okano, and Kirsti Rawstron

Class and Colonialism in Antarctic Exploration, 1750-1920, Ben Maddison

Child sex offender demographic: towards an improved understanding, Xanthe Mallett and Jann E. Karp

Delivering justice in Indigenous sentencing courts: what this means for judicial officers, elders, community representatives, and Indigenous court workers, Elena Marchetti

Indigenous people and sentencing courts in Australia, New Zealand and Canada, Elena Marchetti and Riley Downie

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Applying the critical lens to judicial officers and legal practitioners involved in sentencing Indigenous offenders: will anyone or anything do?, Elena Marchetti and Janet Ransley

Intersectionality and Indigenous sentencing courts: Judgment: R v Morgan: Court of Appeal: Marsley JA, Elena Marchetti and Janet Ransley

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Dissent in science, Brian Martin

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Government goals and policy get in the way of our happiness, Brian Martin

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Research the whistleblowers want - and what they need, Brian Martin

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Snowden's lessons for whistleblowers, Brian Martin

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Tactics of political lying: the Iguanas affair, Brian Martin

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The Controversy Manual, Brian Martin

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Why do some controversies persist despite the evidence?, Brian Martin

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El mobbing en la esfera pública: el fenómeno y sus características, Brian Martin and Florencia Pena Saint Martin

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Snobbery in the academy is alive and well and doing harm, Brian Martin and Majken J. Sorensen

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Book review: David Walker and Agniezka Sobocinska, eds. Australia's Asia: From Yellow Peril to Asian Century, Julia T. Martinez

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Book Review: Hugh Jackson: Australians and the Christian God: An Historical Study, Josip Matesic

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The impact of social networks and mobile technologies on the revolutions in the Arab world - a study of Egypt and Tunisia, Alana Maurushat, Mohamed Chawki, Hadeel Al-Alosi, and Yassin el Shazly

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'Once upon a time there was a wonderful country': Representations of history in Rwanda, Deborah Mayersen

On the Path to Genocide: Armenia and Rwanda Reexamined, Deborah Mayersen

Rethinking approaches to prevention under the responsibility to protect: agency and empowerment within vulnerable populations, Deborah Mayersen

The U.S. Strategic Relationship with Australia, Jack McCaffrie and Christopher Rahman

Emergent Expertise?, Patrick McGivern

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Tim Winton: Critical Essays, edited by Lyn McCredden and Nathanael O'Reilly, Colleen McGloin

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Tone it down a bit!: euphemism as a colonial device in Australian Indigenous studies, Colleen McGloin

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RadioDoc review: Developing critical theory of the radio documentary and feature form, Siobhan McHugh

Audio storytelling: unlocking the power of audio to inform, empower and connect., Siobhan A. McHugh

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Radio you can read? What to make of RN’s new magazine, Siobhan A. McHugh

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The Affective Power of Audio, Siobhan A. McHugh

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Whose job is it to clear up all the rubbish floating in the oceans?, Alistair McIlgorm

Critical theory of the Frankfurt School, Jordan J. McKenzie

Case Study: Writing Unreliable Narrator, Will Martin, Catherine McKinnon

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Writing across gaps: negotiating places of uncertainty, Catherine McKinnon

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Modernism without borders, Ian McLean

Names, Ian McLean

Post-western poetics: postmodern appropriation art in Australia, Ian McLean

Theories, Ian McLean