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 2017


Microfinance: is it really such a good thing?, Susan N. Engel


Shame, Poverty and Development Studies, Susan N. Engel

South-South Cooperation Strategies in Indonesia: Domestic and International Drivers, Susan N. Engel


Model United Nations and deep learning: theoretical and professional learning, Susan Engel, Josh Pallas, and Sarah Lambert

The role of fish and fisheries in recovering from natural hazards: Lessons learned from Vanuatu, Hampus B. Eriksson, Joelle Albert, Simon Albert, Regon Warren, Kalo Pakoa, and Neil L. Andrew


Chinese trader perceptions on sourcing and consumption of endangered seafood, Michael Fabinyi, Kate Barclay, and Hampus B. Eriksson

Assessing the inclusion of seafood in the sustainable diet literature, Anna K. Farmery, Caleb Gardner, Sarah Jennings, Bridget S. Green, and Reg A. Watson

Naturalness as a basis for incorporating marine biodiversity into life cycle assessment of seafood, Anna K. Farmery, Sarah Jennings, Caleb Gardner, Reg A. Watson, and Bridget S. Green


Archiving the Aboriginal Rainbow: Building an Aboriginal LGBTIQ Portal, Andrew C. Farrell

Unwinnable: Britain's War in Afghanistan, 2001-2014, Theo G. Farrell

The Causes, Character and Conduct of Internal Armed Conflict and the Effects on Civilian Populations, 1990-2010, Theo G. Farrell and Olivier Schmitt

More heat than light: The challenges of measuring forced migration, Vickie Frater and Philip C. Orchard


Indigenous Memes and the Invention of a People, Ryan Frazer and Bronwyn Carlson

Information, veridicality, and inferential knowledge, Nir Fresco, Patrick H. McGivern, and Aditya K. Ghose


Measures to increase cycling in Australia are predicated on failure, Glen Fuller, Ian M. Buchanan, and Gordon R. Waitt


Self-defense: Deflecting Deflationary and Eliminativist Critiques of the Sense of Ownership, Shaun Gallagher


The narrative sense of others, Shaun Gallagher

Theory, practice and performance, Shaun Gallagher

The past, present and future of time-consciousness: From husserl to varela and beyond, Shaun Gallagher

The significance and meaning of others, Shaun Gallagher

Advancing the 'We' Through Narrative, Shaun Gallagher and Deborah Tollefsen


Chinese as a foreign language: cultural components in an Australian classroom, Xiaoping Gao

Development of pragmatic competence: Compliment responses by L2 learners of Chinese, Xiaoping Gao


Challenges for Sustainable Communities in Solomon Islands: Food Production, Market Sale and Livelihoods on Savo Island, Nichole Georgeou and Charles Hawksley

Australia's Bankrupt Chinese Furniture Manufacturers, 1880-1930, Peter Gibson


Voices of Sydney's Chinese furniture factory workers, 1890-1920, Peter Gibson

Normality and disability: intersections among norms, law, and culture, Gerard Goggin, Linda Roslyn Steele, and Jessica R. Cadwallader

Shadow Worlds, Agnieszka Golda

Shadow Worlds, Debating Democracy in Japan: Biennial Conference of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia, Agnieszka Golda


Could Trump be holding Dreamers hostage to make Mexico pay for his border wall?, Luis Gomez Romero


El Chapo, story of a kingpin - or why Trump's plan to defeat Mexican cartels is doomed to fail, Luis Gomez Romero


For many Mexicans, this government spying scandal feels eerily familiar, Luis Gomez Romero


Governors gone wild: Mexico faces a "lost generation" of corrupt leaders, Luis Gomez Romero


In Mexico, gas is fueling the flames of revolt, Luis Gomez Romero


In Mexico, undocumented migrants risk deportation to aid earthquake victims, Luis Gomez Romero


Is Mexico actually the world's second most murderous nation?, Luis Gomez Romero


Is the US really ready to end its drug war?, Luis Gomez Romero


Justice for all? Spanish lessons on corruption and 'draining the swamp', Luis Gomez Romero


Mexico's military is a lethal killing force - should it really be deployed as police?, Luis Gomez Romero


Mexico's new plan for facing Trump: resistance, Luis Gomez Romero


NAFTA's biggest loser: the US, after Canada and Mexico get rich trading marijuana, Luis Gomez Romero


Twin earthquakes expose Mexico's deep inequality, Luis Gomez Romero


Twitter diplomacy: how Trump is using social media to spur a crisis with Mexico, Luis Gomez Romero


What does Donald Trump think about drugs?, Luis Gomez Romero

Restating the common law? The Social Action, Responsibility and Heroism Act 2015, James Goudkamp

Can the contiguous zone be used for environmental protection purposes?, W Gullett

Marine Contingency Planning in Australia, W Gullett

Small-scale fisheries under climate change in the Pacific Islands region, Quentin A. Hanich, Colette Wabnitz, Yoshitaka Ota, Moses Amos, C Donato-Hunt, and Andrew Hunt


Research for regions: Strengthening marine technology transfer for Pacific Island Countries and biodiversity beyond national jurisdiction, Harriet Harden-Davies

Believe it or not!, Janys Hayes

Trading hours deregulation in Tasmania and Western Australia: large retailer dominance and changing models of development, Brett J. Heino


Four low central vowels in Eastern Andalusian Spanish: /a/ before underlying /-s/, /-r/, and /-θ/ in El Ejido, Alfredo Herrero de Haro


Four mid back vowels in Eastern Andalusian Spanish : the effect of /s/, /r/, and /θ/ deletion on preceding /o/ in the town of El Ejido, Alfredo Herrero de Haro


The phonetics and phonology of Eastern Andalusian Spanish: A review of literature from 1881 to 2016, Alfredo Herrero de Haro


Anatomia da Linguagem: Podemos Compreender Jogos de Linguagem a Partir de Redes Corticais?, Ines Hipolito

Mind-life continuity: A qualitative study of conscious experience, Ines Hipolito and Jorge Martins


Submission to ALRC, incarceration rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Russell G. Hogg and Julia Quilter

The Sociology of Postmarxism, Richard Howson

Constraints of terrestrial protected area solutions in protecting marine biodiversity, Pat Hutchings and Richard Kenchington

Getting into predictive processing's great guessing game: Bootstrap heaven or hell?, Daniel D. Hutto

Memory and narrativity, Daniel D. Hutto

Narrative practices in medicine and therapy: Philosophical reflections, Daniel D. Hutto, Nicolle Brancazio, and Jarrah Aubourg


Re-authoring narrative therapy: improving our self-management tools, Daniel D. Hutto and Shaun Gallagher

Evolving Enactivism: Basic Minds Meet Content, Daniel D. Hutto and Erik W. Myin


Cognitive ontology in flux: the possibility of protean brains, Daniel D. Hutto, Anco Peeters, and Miguel Segundo Ortin

Continuity skepticism in doubt: a radically enactive take, Daniel D. Hutto and Glenda L. Satne

Demystifying Davidson: Radical Interpretation meets Radical Enactivism, Daniel D. Hutto and Glenda L. Satne

Crossing Legal Boundaries through International Marriage and Migration: Analysis of Japanese Women's Oral Histories, Mayuko Itoh


The relevance of the Southern Ocean to the development of a global regime for marine areas beyond national jurisdiction-an uncommon commons, Constance Johnson

When We Were Eight Together, Luke M. Johnson

You've Mistaken Me for a Butterfly, Mayu Kanamori and Vera Mackie

Svalbard and Antarctica: problems and solutions, Stuart B. Kaye


The Law of the Sea Convention and Sea Level Rise in the light of the South China Sea Arbitration, Stuart B. Kaye

Australia and the Law of the Sea, Stuart B. Kaye and Bill Campbell

Climate Change, Coastal Erosion and Local Government in New South Wales, Australia: Old and New Law and Old Bar, Andrew H. Kelly and Jasper Brown

Affects on Absorbtion, Madeleine T. Kelly

Birds of the D'Aguilar Range, Madeleine T. Kelly

Claudia Fernandez: Ceremonia, Madeleine T. Kelly

Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award, Madeleine T. Kelly

Paradigma Blickwechsel - neue arbeitswelten (Paradigm Exchanging Glances - New Labor worlds), Madeleine T. Kelly

Scenes of our City, Madeleine T. Kelly

Scenes of our city: Gadens Brisbane Collection, Madeleine T. Kelly

Sea of Waste, Madeleine T. Kelly

Works from the Collection, Madeleine T. Kelly

Marine protected areas in a blue economy - challenges for Oceans Policy, Richard Kenchington and Michelle A. Voyer

'MasterChef' and Everyday Australia: Reception Amongst First- and Second-Generation Migrants', Sukhmani Khorana

'Futago no hoshi' to 'Ginga tetsudô no yoru' ni okeru shôjo bigaku toshite no Iihatobu, Helen Kilpatrick

From mutual manipulation to cognitive extension: challenges and implications, Michael D. Kirchhoff


Where There Is Life There Is Mind: In Support of a Strong Life-Mind Continuity Thesis, Michael D. Kirchhoff and Tom Froese

Challenges for Protection and Administration of Intellectual Property, Jakkrit Kuanpoth


Combatting counterfeit drugs: Case studies of Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand, Jakkrit Kuanpoth

Intellectual Property Harmonisation under the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: Issues and Challenges, Jakkrit Kuanpoth

Temporary refuge from war: Customary international law and the Syrian conflict, Helene T. Lambert

'Some Useful Values', A Working Model of the World, Jo Law

The Illustrated Almanac of Illawarra and Beyond, Jo Law

Separate lines: Challenges and opportunities of differentiated seabed and water column boundaries, Leonardo Leonardo and Clive H. Schofield

Crueldade contra os animais x direitos culturais de lazer e de entretenimento, Marcia D. Leuzinger, Kylie Anne Lingard, and Solange Teles Da Silva

Alone in the Crowd: Appropriated Text and Subjectivity in the Work of Rirkrit Tiravanija, Elizabeth Linden

En Masse: Books Orchestrated, Elizabeth Linden

Telethon, Elizabeth Linden and Jen Kennedy