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 2019


Enactive pain and its sociocultural embeddedness, Katsunori Miyahara

Situating India in the global reproductive industry, Vasudha Mohanka

Language and medicine, Alison Rotha Moore

IVF and the "promise of happiness", Robyn L. Morris

Are we there yet? Best practices for diversity and inclusion in Australia, Trish Mundy and Nan M. Seuffert


Space perception, movement, and insight: attuning to the space of everyday life after major weight loss, Eli Natvik, Karen Groven, Malfrid Raheim, Eva Gjengedal, and Shaun Gallagher


Conceptions of Human Rights, David A. Neil

Reading the Youtube sitcom My best gay friends: what it means to be gay in Vietnam, Thi Huyen Linh Nguyen

Coastal adaptation laws and the social justice of policies to address sea level rise: An Indonesian insight, Laely Nurhidayah and Alistair McIlgorm


Gendered emotion management and teacher outcomes in secondary school teaching: A review, Rebecca Olson, Jordan J. McKenzie, Kathy Mills, Roger Patulny, Alberto Bellocchi, and Fiona Caristo


Exoticism or visceral cosmopolitanism: difference and desire in Chinese Australian women's writing, Wenche Ommundsen


Making States Accountable for Deliberate Forced Displacement, Philip C. Orchard

Protecting the Internally Displaced : Rhetoric and Reality, Philip C. Orchard

The historical development of refugee protection in Europe, Philip C. Orchard


Social networking sites and learning in international relations: The impact of platforms, Josh Pallas, Joakim Eidenfalk, and Susan N. Engel

Perversion and perpetration in female genital mutilation law: the unmaking of women as bearers of law, Maree Pardy, Juliet Rogers, and Nan M. Seuffert

Emotions in late modernity, Roger Patulny and Rebecca Olson

The strong, the weak and the meaningful: Do friends or acquaintances help us get "any" job, or "meaningful" work?, Roger Patulny, Gaby Ramia, Zhuqin Feng, Michelle A. Peterie, and Greg Marston


Designing virtuous sex robots, Anco Peeters and Pim Haselager


Misplacing memories? An enactive approach to the virtual memory palace, Anco Peeters and Miguel Segundo Ortin

Emotional Compliance and Emotion as Resistance: Shame and Anger among the Long-Term Unemployed, Michelle A. Peterie, Gaby Ramia, Greg Marston, and Roger Patulny

Social Isolation as Stigma-Management: Explaining Long-Term Unemployed People's 'Failure' to Network, Michelle A. Peterie, Gaby Ramia, Greg Marston, and Roger Patulny

The AB crisis as symptomatic of the WTO's foundational defects or: how I learned to stop worrying and love the AB, Colin B. Picker

The "Crazy Cat Lady", Fiona S. Probyn-Rapsey

'Pussy Panic' and Glass Elevators: How Gender is Shaping the Field of Animal Studies, Fiona S. Probyn-Rapsey, Siobhan O'Sullivan, and Yvette Watt

Transnational divorces in Singapore: experiences of low-income divorced marriage migrant women, Ee Ling Quah


Submission to NSW Law Reform Commission Review into Consent in relation to sexual offences in response to Consultation Paper 21, Julia Quilter

The operation of Australian "one punch" laws: 2008-2018, Julia Quilter


Over-the-top policing of bike helmet laws targets vulnerable riders, Julia Quilter and Russell G. Hogg


Re: Queensland Productivity Commission Inquiry into imprisonment and recidivism, Julia Quilter and Luke J. McNamara


Submission to the NSW Law Reform Commission review into Consent in Relation to Sexual Offences: Draft Proposals 18 November 2019, Julia Quilter and Luke J. McNamara


Access to marine genetic resources (MGR): Raising awareness of best-practice through a new agreement for biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction (BBNJ), Muriel Rabone, Harriet R. Harden-Davies, Jane Collins, Sabine Zajderman, Ward Appeltans, Gabi Droege, Angelika Brandt, Liliana Pardo-Lopez, Thomas Dahlgren, Adrian Glover, and Tammy Horton

A tale of two densities: active inference is enactive inference, Maxwell Ramstead, Michael D. Kirchhoff, and Karl Friston

The imitation game: Mock Foods in the Australian Women's Weekly, 1933-82, Lauren Samuelsson


Normativity with a Human Face: Placing Intentional Norms and Intentional Agents back in Nature, Glenda L. Satne and Bernardo Ainbinder


Small histories: a road trip reveals local museums stuck in a rut, Jennifer Saunders


Constructively tough? Neither side has committed to fully adopting perhaps the most important recommendation of the banking royal commission, Andrew D. Schmulow


Constructively tough? Neither side has committed to fully adopting perhaps the most important recommendation of the banking royal commission, Andrew D. Schmulow

Restoring Confidence in Consumer Financial Protection Regulation in Australia: A Sisyphean Task?, Andrew D. Schmulow, Karen Fairweather, and John Tarrant

South Africa's National Credit Act: Successes (and failures) in preventing reckless and predatory lending, Andrew D. Schmulow, Tanya Woker, and Corlia Van Heerden

Islands awash amidst rising seas: Sea level rise and insular status under the law of the sea, Clive H. Schofield and David Freestone


Ecological psychology is radical enough: A reply to radical enactivists, Miguel Segundo Ortin, Manuel Heras-Escribano, and Vicente Raja

The last commons: (re)constructing an ocean future, Katherine Seto and Brooke M. Campbell

Anxieties of Belonging in Settler Colonialism: Australia, Race and Place, Lisa Slater


Large scale marine protected areas: current status and consideration of socio-economic dimensions, Chris Smyth and Quentin A. Hanich


Nano-sunscreens - a double-edged sword in protecting consumers from harm: viewing Australian regulatory policies through the lenses of the European Union, S M. Solaiman, Jennifer Algie, Shahnaz Bakand, Ronald Sluyter, Vitor Sencadas, Michael L. F Lerch, Xu-Feng Huang, Konstantin K. Konstantinov, and Philip J. Barker

Multi-scale policy diffusion and translation in Pacific Island coastal fisheries, Andrew M. Song, Philippa J. Cohen, Quentin A. Hanich, Tiffany H. Morrison, and Neil L. Andrew

Anger, Provocation and Loss of Self-Control: What Does 'Losing It' Really Mean?, Sarah Sorial

Governance interactions in small-scale fisheries market chains: Examples from the Asia-Pacific, Dirk J. Steenbergen, Michael Fabinyi, Kate Barclay, Andrew M. Song, Philippa J. Cohen, Hampus B. Eriksson, and David J. Mills


"Not like that, not for that, not by them": social media affordances of critique, Katrin Tiidenberg and Andrew M. Whelan


Evaluating the Fit of Co-management for Small-Scale Fisheries Governance in Timor-Leste, Alexander Tilley, Kimberley J. Hunnam, David J. Mills, Dirk J. Steenbergen, Hugh Govan, Enrique Alonso-Poblacion, Matthew Roscher, Mario Pereira, Pedro Rodrigues, Teresa Amador, Agustinha Duarte, Mario Gomes, and Philippa J. Cohen

Quality vs value: the case of The Kettering Incident, Sue Turnbull and Marion L. McCutcheon


Dynamic paths of innovation in natural resource industries in Australia and Norway since World War Two, Simon Ville, Olav Wicken, and John Dean


Buzz and Pipelines: Knowledge and Decision-Making in a Global Business Services Precinct, Simon Ville and Claire Wright


'Social license to operate' in the Blue Economy, Michelle A. Voyer and Judith van Leeuwen

The impending demise of the WTO Appellate Body: from centrepiece to historical relic?, Markus Wagner

Advancing Marine Environmental Security in South East Asia: Challenges and Opportunities, Robin M. Warner

Conservation and Management of Marine Living Resources beyond National Jurisdiction: Filling the Gaps, Robin M. Warner

Envisioning a Cooperative Future for the East Asian Seas: Best Practices in Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment, Robin M. Warner


International environmental law principles relevant to exploitation activity in the Area, Robin M. Warner

Realising Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Use in Southern Hemisphere Oceans beyond National Jurisdiction: Challenges and Prospects, Robin M. Warner

(De-)Criminalizing Welfare? The Rise and Fall of Social Security Fraud Prosecutions in Australia, Scarlet I. Wilcock

Quotidian routines: the cooperative practices of a business elite, Claire Wright, Simon Ville, and David Merrett


Perceptions of Islam and Muslims in Contemporary Japan, Atsushi Yamagata

The paradox of opinion leadership and recommendation culture in Chinese online movie reviews, Jie Yang and Brian Yecies

Characteristics of Chinese Online Movie Reviews and Opinion Leadership Identification, Jie Yang, Brian Yecies, and Peter Yong Zhong


The cultural power metric: Toward a reputational analysis of China's soft power in the Asia-Pacific, Brian Yecies, Michael A. Keane, Haiqing Yu, Elaine Jing Zhao, Peter Yong Zhong, Susan Leong, and Huan Wu

South Korea's creative industry markets: Looking beyond 2020 to a rising creative economy, Brian Yecies and Aegyung Shim

Chinese Transcreators, Webtoons and the Korean Digital Wave, Brian Yecies, Aegyung Shim, and Jie Yang

Global transcreators and the extension of the Korean webtoon IP-engine, Brian Yecies, Aegyung Shim, Jie Yang, and Peter Yong Zhong

Papers from 2018

Frequency and characteristics of police involvement in potentially criminal behaviour in disability services, Fiona Addicott, Stuart DM Thomas, James R. P Ogloff, and Michael D. Daffern

Improving community-based fisheries management in Pacific island countries, Neil L. Andrew, Joelle Albert, Moses Amos, Karibanang Aram, Rolenas Tavue Baereleo, Ian Bertram, Michel Blanc, Delvene Boso, Jessica Blythe, Brooke M. Campbell, Lindsay Chapman, Philippa J. Cohen, Aurelie Delisle, Hampus B. Eriksson, Quentin A. Hanich, Connie Hunt, David J. Mills, Ben Namakin, Pita Neihapi, Jason Raubani, Alessandro Romeo, Anne-Maree Schwarz, Michael K. Sharp, Faye Siota, Andrew M. Song, Meshach Sukulu, Dirk J. Steenbergen, Tooreka Teemari, Temarewe Tekatau, Kautoa Tonganibeia, Tarateiti Uriam, Jan van der Ploeg, and Lisa Wraith


Incongruent Selves in Social Media and Privacy law: Proposing a humanistic psychological intervention, Yvonne M. Apolo


Keating & his caucus, Anthony Ashbolt

The Radicalisation of Phil Ochs, the Radicalisation of the Sixties, Anthony I. Ashbolt


Potter v. Minahan: Chinese Australians, the law and belonging in White Australia, Kate Bagnall

Writing home from China: Charles Allen's transnational childhood, Kate Bagnall


To shame or not to shame-that is the sanitation question, Myles Bateman and Susan N. Engel

Submarine acquisition in Southeast Asia: The dangers, Walter S. Bateman

"Sie durchziehen dieses Land in ganzen Schwarmen": Tourism as a Marker of Modernity in Heine's Reisebilder, Lukas Bauer

The South China Sea Arbitral Award amidst Shifting Philippine Foreign Policy, Lowell B. Bautista

The South China Sea Arbitral Award: Evolving Post-Arbitration Strategies, Implications and Challenges, Lowell B. Bautista


Linking capacity development to GOOS monitoring networks to achieve sustained ocean observation, Nicholas Bax, Ward Appeltans, Russell E. Brainard, J. Emmett Duffy, Piers Dunstan, Quentin A. Hanich, Harriet Davies, Jeremy Hills, Patricia Miloslavich, Frank Muller-Karger, Samantha Simmons, O Aburto-Oropeza, Sonia Batten, Lisandro Benedetti-Cecchi, David Checkley, Sanae Chiba, Albert Fischer, Melissa Garcia, John Gunn, Eduardo Klein, Raphael Kudela, Francis Marsac, David O. Obura, Yunne Shin, Bernadette Sloyan, Toste Tanhua, and John Wilkin

Preserving the distinctiveness of corporate marks: An analysis of legal and judicial approaches to well known trademark in India, Afroza Begum


Language use and language attitudes in New Caledonia with particular reference to French Creole Tayo, Anu Bissoonauth-Bedford

Socially Engaged Art as a Boundary-Rider, Barbara Bolt and Lucas M. Ihlein

Animality as a catalyst for processing and surviving grief, Sally R. Borrell

Gender and the senses of agency, Nicolle Brancazio

Railways and the Exploitation of Victoria's Forests, 1880s-1920s, Andre D. Brett

The Victorian College of Pharmacy: a case study of amalgamation failure and success in Australian higher education, Andre D. Brett


Ocean or Oubliette?, Ian M. Buchanan


An Activist For All Seasons, Rowan Cahill

'A walk for our race': colonial modernity, Indigenous mobility and the origins of the Young Māori Party, Jane L. Carey


Introduction: on the critical importance of colonial formations, Jane L. Carey and Frances Steel

Reappraisal of the Vulnerability of Contract Securities: Some Comparative Perspectives of a Regulatory Mosaic, Charles YC Chew

Vistas of future new mobility studies: transfers and transformations, Georgine W. Clarsen, Peter Merriman, and Mimi Sheller


Writing, Motivation and Your Work in Progress: Catherine Cole on writing motivation and finding discipline in a busy world, Catherine Cole

Constructing Time: Reading and writing time in short-short fiction, Shady E. Cosgrove

Narrative Structure - Is It Making Us Liars? Truth and Autobiography in She Played Elvis, Shady E. Cosgrove


Size matters: class numbers and the creative writing workshop, Shady E. Cosgrove