Academic staff in the School of Creative Industries publish in leading international journals in their respective intellectual fields and produce research books with top tier academic publishing houses. In the Australian Government’s Excellence for Research in Australia evaluation (ERA), all of the school’s research that was evaluated was found to be at or exceeding world standard.
The School is home to the Australian Journalism Review, Australia's leading refereed journal in the academic fields of journalism and journalism studies and has been hosted by the School under the editorship of Adjunct Professor Professor Ian Richards since 2003.
Recent academic publications of the School are detailed below in relation to research clusters:
- Creative and Cultural Studies (cultural studies, creative writing, performing arts, music, film studies)
- Languages and Cultural Diversity (linguistics and language) – Research Centre for Languages & Cultures
- Mediated Environments (journalism, communication, media arts)
- Societal and Political Transformations (international relations, politics, sociology)
Creative and Cultural Studies (cultural studies, creative writing, performing arts, music, film studies)
2017 Book Chapters
Bishop, P, 2017, ‘Reporting WWII North Africa: disrupting colonialism and orientalism in Moorehead's 'The Desert War'’, in War Memory and Commemoration, Brad West (ed),Routledge, UK, pp. 173-188.
Gale, P, 2017, 'Rights and Recognition: Indigenous Land and Languages in Australia', in Challenges to Living Together: Transculturalism, Migration and Exploitation, (ed) Susan Petrilli, Mimesis International, Italy, pp 283-300 (also published in Italian).
Jaworski, K, 2017, ‘100 days of butchering: (re)presenting the Rwandan genocide 20 years on’, in War Memory and Commemoration, Brad West (ed), Routledge, UK, pp.107-128.
Luckman, S, 2017, ‘Cultural policy and creative industries’, Routledge companion to global cultural policy, Taylor and Francis, UK, V Durrer, T Miler & D O'Brien (eds).
Luckman, S & Andrew, J, 2017, ‘Establishing the crafting self in the contemporary creative economy’, Craft economies, Bloomsbury Publishing, UK, S Luckman & N Thomas (eds).
Mascall-Dare, S, 2017, ‘Journalists and reporting war commemoration: outlining alternative practices’, in Brad West (ed), War Memory and Commemoration, Routledge, UK, pp. 129-146.
Nicholls, R & Steen, TM, 2017, ‘Yuntuwarrun: learning on country’, AlterNative, Nga Pae o te Maramatanga, New Zealand, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 1- 9.
Stubbs, B, 2017, ‘Broadening the cultural memory of war: a study of travel writing in conflict’, in War memory and commemoration, Brad West (ed), Routledge, UK, pp. 161-172.
2017 Journal Articles
Chalklen, C & Anderson, H 2017, ‘Mothering on Facebook: Exploring the Privacy/Openness Paradox’, Social Media + Society, Vol 3, Issue 2.
McCarthy, J 2017, ‘Enhancing feedback in higher education: students’ attitudes towards online and in-class formative assessment feedback models’, Active Learning in Higher Education, 18 (2), 127-141. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1469787417707615.
Stubbs, B 2017, 'Dangerous journalism: exploring the rise of dark travel writing', Australian Journalism Review, vol. 39 (1), pp 77-89.
Walton, S 2017, 'Becoming Space in Every Direction: Birdman as Post-Cinematic Baroque' in Miriam De Rosa and Vinzenz Hediger (eds), Post-What? Post-When? Thinking Moving Images Beyond the Post-medium/Post-cinema Condition, Cinema & Cie: International Film Studies Journal, vol. XVI, no. 26/27 (Spring/Fall 106), Mimesis International, pp. 65-76.
Lindsey, K, 2016, The Convict’s Daughter: The Scandal that Shocked a Colony, Allen & Unwin, Sydney.
A dramatic and fast-paced biography of a currency lass born to convicts who gained their freedom and then their fortune in 1840s Sydney. At the age of 15 Mary Ann Gill slipped out her bedroom window to elope with a gentleman settler, but when her father discovered his daughter's disappearance he pursued the couple and fired two pistols at his daughter's suitor, unleashing a national scandal. Starting with just a newspaper clipping, historian Kiera Lindsey has uncovered the world of the world of her feisty great, great, great aunt, who lived and loved during a period of dramatic social and political change.
Walton, S 2016, Cinema's Baroque Flesh: Film, Phenomenology and the Art of Entanglement, Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press and Chicago, the University of Chicago Press.
In Cinema's Baroque Flesh, Saige Walton draws on the philosophy of Maurice Merleau-Ponty to argue for a distinct aesthetic category of film and a unique cinema of the senses: baroque cinema. Combining media archaeological work with art history, phenomenology, and film studies, the book offers close analyses of a range of historic baroque artworks and films, including Caché, Strange Days, the films of Buster Keaton, and many more. Walton pursues previously unexplored connections between film, the baroque, and the body, opening up new avenues of embodied film theory that can make room for structure, signification, and thought, as well as the aesthetics of sensation.
2016 Book Chapters
Bishop, P 2016, ‘Reporting WWII North Africa: Disrupting Colonialism and Orientalism in Moorehead’s The Desert War in Brad West (ed) War Memory and Commemoration, London: Routledge, pp. 173-188.
Jaworski, K 2016, ‘100 Days of Butchering: (Re)Presenting the Rwandan Genocide 20 Years On’ in Brad West (ed), War Memory and Commemoration, London: Routledge, pp. 107-128.
Petrescu, I 2016, ‘Poetry as a means of (re)creating satisfying levels of personhood and social integration for Alzheimer's sufferers: method discussion and outcomes’ in Handbook of Gerontology Research Methods: Understanding Successful Aging, Leigh Riby (Eds), Routledge: Taylor & Francis Group (paperback).
Stubbs, B 2016, ‘Broadening the Cultural Memory of War: Travel Writing in Brad West (ed), War Memory and Commemoration, London: Routledge, pp. 161-172.
Stubbs, B 2016 'Travel Writing and Humor: From Dickens and Twain to the Present Day', in R Keeble & D Swick (eds), The Funniest Pages: International Perspectives on Journalism and Humor, Peter Lang, New York, pp. 39-53.
Viljoen JM 2016, ‘Unconstrained by Accuracy: Commemorating the Khan Younis Massacre through a Comic in Brad West (ed), War Memory and Commemoration, London: Routledge, 149-160.
2016 Journal Articles
Deuter, K, Procter, N, Evans, D, & Jaworski, K, 2016, 'Suicide in older people: Revisioning new approaches', International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, Article first published online: 13 January 2016, DOI: 10.1111/inm.12182.
Deuter, K & Jaworski, K 2016, ‘Assuming vulnerability: ethical considerations in a multiple-case study with older suicide attempters’, Research Ethics, Available online: DOI: 10.1177/1747016116649994.
Jaworski, K 2016, 'Divorcing Suicidology, ethically', Social Epistemology, RRC vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 18-25.
MacFarlane, K 2016, ‘A Certain Blind Look': Žižek’s ‘absolute undecidability’ in Joseph Conrad’s ‘The Duel’ and Ridley Scott’s The Duellists', Senses of Cinema, no. 79. ISSN: 1443-4059.
McCarthy, J 2016, ‘Reflections on a flipped classroom in first year higher education, Issues in Educational Research, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 332-350.
Petrescu, I 2016 ‘Poetic/photographic essay smoking Volcanoes and Post-idyllic Beaches: A Journey in Poems and Images through Post-Colonial Sumatra’, Transnational Literature, ISSN 1836-4845.
Walton, S 2016, 'Folds in the Soul: Deleuze's Baroque,Wölfflin and Grandrieuxs Un Lac (2008)', Culture, Theory and Critique, Special Issue - Art Matters: Philosophy, Art History and Art's Material Presence', Vol. 57, No. 2, pp. 197-214.
Roberts, R & Pickalla, L 2016, ‘Youth Stories Project: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity’, Adelaide: Office of Non-Government Schools and Services, Department of Education and Child Development.
2016 Non Traditional Outputs
MacFarlane, K 2016, 'The Tyranny of the Unspoken: The Silences, Autoethnography and Mental Health', Metro : Media & Education Magazine, no. 188, pp. 82-85. ISSN: 0312-2654.
L Bryant & K Jaworski (eds), 2015, Women supervising and writing doctoral theses - Walking on the grass, Lexington Books, New York.
Walking on the Grass brings to life women’s experiences during their doctoral study and the experiences of women who supervise doctoral students. Sensations, reflections, and imaginations emerge through memories, histories, and different ways of narrating academic journeys. This book examines in depth, the emotional and embodied nature of writing, supervising, and inter-subjective learning. It makes visible ethics of care required in that liminal space in which supervisors and doctoral scholars work to shape and give confidence to the becoming academic. The book works through the fpolitics of gender, sexuality, age, class, and ethnicity to understand meanings inherent in doctoral and supervisory relationships, reasons for entering academe, and how academic writing obtains form and content. The significance of the book is its contribution to understanding academic thesis writing as complex emotional and embodied gendered labor rather than an instrumental activity in which to earn the title of Doctor of Philosophy.
Luckman, S 2015, Craft and the Creative Economy, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke and New York.
According to Etsy, the 'eBay for the handmade', $1.35 billion in merchandise sales flowed through their website in 2013. While Etsy may be the highest-profile online site enabling small creative producers to market internationally, it represents just part of a wider turn to home-based creative micro-enterprise. Enabled by the global distribution affordances of the internet, increasing numbers of makers, a majority of them women, are working from home, often as a way of balancing caring responsibilities with paid employment. Craft and the Creative Economy examines the place of craft in the contemporary cultural economy. It addresses why we are now seeing such a significant growth of interest in craft and making, what consumer demand for handmade objects tells us about consumer preferences, authenticity and ethical consumption, and, the cultural work models that underpin craft micro-enterprise.
2015 Book Chapters
Beasley, C & Jaworski, K 2015, ‘Passionate activism as academic labour: the emotional body of pedagogical politics’, in L Bryant & K Jaworski (eds) Women supervising and writing doctoral theses: walking on the grass, Lexington, New York, pp. 35-51.
Bryant, L & Jaworski, K 2015, ‘Introduction: daring to walk on the grass’ in L Bryant & K Jaworski (eds) Women supervising and writing doctoral theses: walking on the grass, Lexington, New York, pp. 1-18.
Conrich, I 2015, 'Puzzles, Contraptions, and the Highly Elaborate Moment: The Inevitability of Death in the Grand Slasher Narratives of the Final Destination and Saw Series of Films', for Style and Form in the Hollywood Slasher Film, edited by Wickham Clayton, published by Palgrave Macmillan, October 2015. ISBN: 978 11374 9646 1.
Fewster, R 2015, ‘Mettre en scène l’acteur vivant et les médias live’, in J Larrue (ed), Théâtre et Intermédialité, France, Presses Universitaires du Septentrion.
George, J, Roberts, R and Pacella, J, 2015, ‘’Whose festival?’ Examining questions of participation, access and ownership in regional festivals’ in A Jepson & A Clarke (eds), Exploring Community Festivals and Events, Routledge, London and New York.
Jaworski, K 2015, 'Suicide, agency and the limits of power' in Suicide and Agency: Anthropological Perpectives on Self-Destruction, Personhood and Power, edited by L Broz and D Munster, Ashgate, Farnham, UK, pp. 183-201.
Jaworski, K, 2015, ‘Stuck between two languages: the ethics of writing a doctoral dissertation in the English language’, in L Bryant & K Jaworski (eds), Women supervising and writing doctoral theses: walking on the grass, Lexington, New York, pp. 71-83.
Jaworski, K & Bryant, L 2015, ‘Conclusion: walking on the grass 84 years later’, in L Bryant & K Jaworski (eds), Women supervising and writing doctoral theses: walking on the grass, Lexington, New York, pp. 121-134.
Luckman, S 2015, ‘’The Artists Are Taking Over This Town’: Lifestyle Migration and Regional Creative Capital’, in Creative Communities: Regional Inclusion & the Arts, J McDonald and R Mason (eds) Intellect, Bristol & University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 99-112.
Luckman, S 2015, 'Women's Micro-Entrepreneurial Home-Working as Post-Fordist 'Magical Solution' to the Work-Life Relationship', in L Adkins, M Dever and A Kovalainen (eds), New Arrangements of Gender and Labour in Post-Fordist Times, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstone and New York.
Marino, S 2015, ‘Roma, storia di un ragazzo di borgata", Voices in Italian Americana, Bordighera Press, ISSN 1048-292X.
Pacella, J, George, J & Roberts, R 2015, ‘’Taste’-ing regional festivals: Understanding constructions of regional identity through community festivals’ in A Jepson & A Clarke (eds), Exploring Community Festivals and Events, Routledge, London and New York.
Roberts, R, Pacella, J & George, J 2015, ‘Diverse ruralities in South Australian festivals’ in K Dashper (ed), Rural Tourism: An international perspective, Cambridge Publishing Scholars, UK.
Viljoen, JM 2015, ‘Productive Myopia: Seeing Past History's Spectacle of Accuracy’, Journal of War and Culture Studies, University of Westminster (UK) & Maney & Taylor and Francis. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/1752628015Y.0000000024
2015 Journal Articles
George, J 2015, ‘Examining the Cultural Value of Festivals: Considerations of Creative Destruction and Creative Enhancement within the Rural Environment’, International Journal of Event and Festival Management, vol 6, no 2, pp. 122-134.Fewster, R 2015, ‘Performing Baal’, Studies in Theatre and Performance, vol. 35, Issue 3, pp. 189-203.
Luckman, S 2015, ‘Women’s Micro-entrepreneurial Home-working: A ‘Magical Solution’ to the Work-Life Relationship?’, Australian Feminist Studies, vol. 30, issue 84, pp. 146-160.
MacFarlane, K, 2015, 'Ultima Thule', New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 101-102. DOI: 10.1080/14790726.2014.985688.
Perrott, T 2015, 'Beyond ‘Token’ Firefighters: Exploring Women’s Experiences of Gender and Identity at Work, Journal of Sociological Research, Online, vol. 1, Issue 21.
Walton, S 2015, 'Film and/as Devotion: Bruno Dumont's Enworlded Cinema', Australian Journal of French Studies, Special Issue - French Cinema: The Framing and Deframing of Gender and Genres, vol. 52, no. 2, pp. 188-203.
2015 Creative Works
Kaleva, D 2015, 'Gypsy Nights', Cabaret Fringe Festival, Daniela Kaleva (co-producer, director, script, Rada, voice); Marianna Grynchuk (co-producer, musical arrangements, piano) and Gareth Chin (musical arrangements, accordion), 5 & 6 June 2015, The Promethean, Adelaide (non-traditional output: invited live performance).
Petrescu, I 'Syd Harrex Tribute: Syd's Table', in Transnational Literature, Vol 8. No. 1, November 2015. (Transnational Literature is indexed in MLA Bibliography, Proquest and the Directory of Open Access Journals DOAJ).
This book combines an authoritative examination of the field of discourse-based research with practical guidance on research design and development. The book is not prescriptive but instead invites expansive, innovative thinking about what discourse is, why it matters to people at particular sites and how it can be investigated. The authors identify a set of questions that, they argue, are crucial for understanding discourse. Part I of the book explores the implications of these questions, providing a comprehensive survey of relevant scholars, theories, concepts and methodologies. Part II addresses these implications, setting out a multi-perspectival approach to resourcing and integrating micro and macro perspectives in the description, interpretation and explanation of data. Part III offers wide-ranging resources to support further reflection and future research. Ultimately, this book offers a new research approach for students, researchers and practitioners in Applied Linguistics to encourage and support research that can be truly impactful through its relevance to social and professional practice.
2017 Book Chapters
Heugh, K 2017, ‘Re-placing and re-centring Southern multilingualisms, A de-colonial project’, in C Kerfoot & K Hyltenstam (Eds), Entangled discourses. South-North orders of visibility. Series: Critical Studies in Multilingualism, New York & London: Routledge, pp. 209-229.
Heugh, K 2017, ‘Epistemologies in multilingual education: Translanguaging and genre – companions in conversation with policy and practice’, pp. 104-110 in C Kerfoot & A-M Vandenbergen (Eds), Language in Epistemic Access. Mobilising multilingualism and literacy development. N.Y. & London: Routledge.
Heugh, K, Xuan, Li & Ying, S, 2017, ‘Multilingualism and translanguaging in the teaching of and through English: rethinking linguistic boundaries in an Australian University’, English medium instruction in higher education in Asia-Pacific: from policy to pedagogy, Springer, Netherlands, B Fenton-Smith, P Humphreys & I Walkinshaw (eds), pp. 259-279.
Heugh, K, 2017, ‘Re-placing and re-centring Southern multilingualisms: a de-colonial project’, Entangled discourses: South-North orders of visibility, Routledge, US, C Kerfoot & K Hyltenstam (eds), pp. 209-229.
Tudini, V & Liddicoat, AJ 2017 ‘Computer-Mediated Communication and Conversation Analysis’ in S May (ed), The Encyclopedia of Language and Education, 3rd edition, Springer, Heidelberg.
Yoshida, R, 2017, ‘Impacts of a foreign language learner's belief system on self-concept: A case study of a Chinese student during and after a Japanese study abroad’, in M Williams (Ed), Self-concept: Perceptions, cultural influences and gender differences, pp. 107-144, New York: Noa Publishers.
2017 Journal Articles
Heugh, K 2017, ‘Displacement and language’ in S Canagarajah (Ed), The Routledge handbook on language and migration, pp. 187-206. London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-80198-1 (hbk); ISBN: 978-1-315-75451-2 (ebk).
Heugh, K, Prinsloo, C, Makgamatha, M, Diedericks, G & Winnaar, L, 2017, ‘Multilingualism(s) and system-wide assessment: a southern perspective’, Language and education, Routledge, UK, vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 197-216.
Liddicoat, AJ, Scarino, A & Kohler, M 2017, 'The impact of school structures and cultures on change in teaching and learning: the case of languages' Curriculum Perspectives, pp. 1-11.
Scarino, A, 2017, 'Developing assessment literacy of teachers of languages: A conceptual and interpretive challenge', Special Issue: Teacher assessment literacy in second and foreign language education, International Journal of the Association for Language Testing and Assessment of Australia and New Zealand, Vol 6, Issue 1.
Heugh, K & Namyalo, S 2017, ‘LABE Mid-Term Review of the Mother-Tongue Education Project: Improving Educational Access and Outcomes for Marginalised Children in Post-Conflict Northern Uganda (Phase 2)’, Report for Africa Educational Trust and Comic Relief (UK).
2016 Edited Books
Crichton, J, Candlin, CN & Firkins, A S (Eds) (2016), Communicating Risk, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
2016 Book Chapters
Candlin, CN, Crichton, J, & Firkins, AS 2016, 'Crucial sites and research orientations: Exploring the communication of risk', in J Crichton, CN Candlin & AS Firkins (Eds) Communicating Risk, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Crichton, J & O'Neill, F 2016, 'Risk and safety in linguistic and cultural diversity: A narrative intervention in residential aged care' in J Crichton, CN Candlin & AS Firkins (Eds) Communicating Risk, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Diallo, I 2016, 'China's expansion in Africa and its implications for African language education policies', in I Liyanage & B Nima (eds), Multidisciplinary Research Perspectives in Education, Sense Publishers, Netherlands, pp. 195-203.
Diallo, I, Embarki, M & Abdalla, KB, 2016 'Education for citizenship at school in France: trajectory, tensions and contradictions, The Palgrave International Handbook of Education for Citizenship and Social Justice, Springerlink, pp. 391-409.
Heugh, K, Chiatoh, BA & Sentumbwe, G 2016, 'Hydra Languages' and Exclusion versus Local Languages and Community Participation in three African Countries in P Bunce, R Phillipson, V Rapatahana and R Tupas (eds), Why English? Confronting the Hydra, Multilingual Matters: Bristol, pp. 171-184.
Heugh, K 2016, ‘Metaphors, Diversity and Sustainable Education: Conversations of Multilingual Practices between India, Africa and Australia’ in S Pattanayak, C Pattanayak & J Bayer (eds), Multilingualism and Multiculturalism: Perceptions, Practices and Policy, pp. 36-60, Hyderabad: Orient BlackSwan.
Hogarth, C 2016, 'Gendering migrant mobility in Fatou Diome's novels', in K Averis and I Hollis-Touré (eds), Exiles, travellers and vagabonds: Rethinking mobility in Francophone women's writing, University of Wales Press, Cardiff, UK, pp. 54-70.
Scarino, A 2016, ‘Culture and Language Assessment’, in E Shohamy, IG Or & S May (eds), Language Testing and Assessment, Encyclopedia of Language and Education, 3rd Ed, Springer International Publishing AG, 10.1007/978-3-319-02326-7_3-1.
Tudini, V 2016, ‘An overview of telecollaboration in the Australian context’ in O’Dowd, R & Lewis T (Eds) Online Intercultural Exchange: Policy, Pedagogy, Practice, New York/London, Routledge.
Yoshida, R 2016, 'A learner's foreign language self-concept and anxiety about speaking the language in New developments in foreign language learning, A Murphy (ed), pp. 99-120, Nova Science Publishers,
2016 Journal Articles
Diallo, I 2016, 'Literacy and education in West Africa: from Ajami to Francophonie', Africa Review, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 60-70.
Diallo, I 2016, ' Policies and pedagogies for students of diverse backgrounds', International journal of pedagogies and learning, Routledge, vol. 11, no. 3.
Diallo, I 2016, 'China's expansion in Africa and its implications for African language education policies', in I Liyanage & B Nima (eds), Multidisciplinary Research Perspectives in Education, Sense Publishers, Netherlands, pp. 195-203.
Dooly, M & Tudini, V 2016,‘Now we are teachers’: The role of small talk in student language teachers’ telecollaborative task development, Journal of Pragmatics, Vol. 102, pp. 38-53.
Edwards, N & Hogarth C 2016, ‘Fishermenf and Little Fish: Migration and Hospitality in Maxine Beneba Clarke’s ‘The Stilt Fishermen of Kathaluwa’, PORTAL Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies, 13:2, pp. 1-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.5130/portal.v13i2.4891
Edwards, N & Hogarth, C 2016 ‘Autobiography in the Language Classroom’ in A/B: Auto/Biography Studies, pp. 1-11. Published online: 12 Sep 2016.
Grave, I 2016, ‘Mediating metaphor in English translations of Dante's Inferno, Canto 13’, in Translation as Intercultural Mediation, Special Issue of Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, Vol 24, Issue 3, pp. 393-416.
Heugh, K, Prinsloo, C, Makgamatha, MM, Diedericks, G & Winnaar, L 2016 ‘Multilingualism(s) and system-wide assessment: a southern perspective, Language and Education, Special Issue, Education and Multilingualism: Navigating Policy and Assessment. Published online: 15 Dec 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09500782.2016.1261894.
Heugh, K 2016, 'Metaphors, Diversity and Sustainable Education: Conversations of Multilingual Practices between India, Africa and Australia' in S Pattanayak, C Pannanayak & J Bayer (eds), Multilingualism and Multiculturalism: Perceptions, Practices and Policy, Hyderabad: Orient BlackSwan, pp. 36-60.
Hogarth, C 2016, ‘Translating Africa to Italians: Mediating a Presence’ in Translation as Intercultural Mediation, Special Issue of Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, Vol 24, Issue 3, pp. 458-469.
Leung, C & Scarino, A 2016, ‘Reconceptualising the nature of goals and outcomes in language/s education’, The Modern Language Journal, Vol. 100, pp. 81-95. This was an invited paper for the centenary issue of the journal.
Liddicoat, AJ 2016, ‘Translation as intercultural mediation: setting the scene’, in Translation as Intercultural Mediation, Special Issue of Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, Vol 24, Issue 3, pp. 347-353.
Liddicoat, AJ 2016, ‘Translation as Intercultural Mediation,’ in Translation as Intercultural Mediation, Special Issue of Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, Vol 24, Issue 3, pp. 354-364.
Liddicoat, AJ, 2016 ‘Multilingualism research in Anglophone contexts as a discursive construction of multilingual practice’, Journal of Multicultural Discourses, 11:1, 9-24.
Liddicoat, AJ, Curnow, T & Scarino, A 2016 'The trajectory of a first language policy. The first language maintenance and development program in South Australia', Australian review of applied linguistics vol. 39. no. 1, pp. 31-46.
Pearce, A 2017, ‘Exploring Performance of Gendered Identities through Language in World of Warcraft’ International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, vol. 33, issue 3, pp. 180 - 189.
Reported on in: Twin, J. 2016 "Online Gamers Conforming to Gender Stereotypes" Check Point Gaming News, 3 October,
Scarino, A 2016 ‘Reconceptualising translation as intercultural mediation: A renewed place in language learning’, in Translation as Intercultural Mediation, Special Issue of Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, Vol 24, Issue 3, pp. 470-485.
Scarino, A 2016 Reconceptualising Learning in Transdisciplinary Languages Education, L2 Journal, Vol 8, Issue 4, pp. 20-35.
Scrimgeour, A 2016 ‘Between lexicography and intercultural mediation: linguistic and cultural challenges in developing the first Chinese–English dictionary, in Translation as Intercultural Mediation, Special Issue of Perspectives: Studies in Translatology. Vol 24, Issue 3, pp. 444-457.
Tudini, V 2016 ‘Repair and codeswitching for learning in online intercultural talk, System, DOI: 10.1016/j.system.2016.06.011.
Heugh, K & Namyalo, S 2016 'LABE Mid-Term Review of the Mother-Tongue Education Project: Improving educational access and outcomes for marginalised children in post-conflict Northern Uganda (Phase 2) Main Report and Appendices, Kampala: LABE.
Scarino, A, Kohler, M. with Benedetti, A 2016, Investigating pedagogies for language-and-culture learning, Research Centre for Languages and Cultures, University of South Australia. The purpose of this paper is to outline the relationships between: Australian policy framework for Teaching and Learning, the Teaching for Effective Learning (TfEL) Framework, the Australian Curriculum: Languages and the Shape of the Australian Curriculum: Languages. Project commissioned by DECD.
Scarino, A, Liddicoat, AJ, Kohler, M 2016, Maximising intensivity and continuity in language learning: Developing, implementing and evaluating models of provision, Report commissioned by the Minister for Education and Child Development of South Australia, Research Centre for Languages and Cultures.
Xuan, L, Heugh, K, O’Neill, F, Ying, S, Scarino, A, & Crichton, J 2016, Developing English language and intercultural learning capabilities, Case Study 1: The English Language Project, prepared for the Division of EAS.
O’Neill, F, Scarino, A, & Crichton, J 2016, Developing English language and intercultural learning capabilities, Case Study 2: The Intercultural Learning Project, prepared for the Division of EAS.
Kohler, M 2015, Teachers as mediators in the foreign language classroom, Multilingual Matters, Clevedon, ISBN: 978-1-78309-305-2.
Language teachers are key figures in preparing young people for participation in an increasingly multilingual and culturally diverse world, yet little is known about how they go about this in practice. This book uses examples of classroom interaction to reveal how teachers of languages act as intercultural mediators and the implications of this for practice. To date, there has been little exploration of how teachers mediate language and culture learning from an intercultural perspective, and what underlies their mediation practices in terms of their conceptions of intercultural language teaching and learning. This book offers an account of what teachers are thinking, feeling and doing as they enact an intercultural perspective on language teaching and learning.
2015 Book Chapters
Hogarth, C 2015, 'The image of self-effacement: the revendication of the autonomous author in Marie NDiaye's Autoportrait en vert' in Edwards, N., McCann, B. & Poiana, P. (eds) Framing French Culture. University of Adelaide Press 193-207. http://www.adelaide.edu.au/press/titles/framing-french/
2015 Refereed Journal Articles
Beckwith, A & Crichton, J 2014, Homework setting in cognitive behavioural therapy: a study of discursive strategies, Communication and Medicine, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 91–102.
Farina, M 2015, 'Facebook first post telling', Journal of Pragmatics, Vol 90, pp. 1-11.
Grave, I 2015, ‘Repairing sentences in translation from Italian to English: A case study’, Babel 60:4
Heugh, K 2015, ‘Harmonisation and South African languages: twentieth century debates of homogeneity and heterogeneity’, Language Policy, July 2015. DOI 10.1007/s10993-015-9372-0
Heugh, K 2015, ‘Epistemologies in multilingual education: translanguaging and genre – companions in conversation with policy and practice’, Special Issue, Language and Education.
Hogarth, C, 2015 'Translating Africa to Italians: Mediating a Presence' in Perspectives: Studies in Translatology.
Liddicoat, AJ 2015, 'Intercultural mediation, intercultural communication and translation', Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, DOI: 10.1080/0907676X.2014.980279
Liddicoat, AJ 2015, ‘Multilingualism research in Anglophone contexts as a discursive construction of multilingual practice’, Journal of Multicultural Discourses, DOI: 10.1080/17447143.2015.1086361
Scarino, A 2015, 'Reconceptualising translation as intercultural mediation: A renewed place in language learning, Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, 08/2015; DOI: 10.1080/0907676X.2015.1022192
Tudini, V 2015, ‘Interactivity in the teaching and learning of foreign languages: what it means for resourcing and delivery of online and blended programmes’, The Language Learning Journal, DOI: 10.1080/09571736.2014.994183
Tudini, V 2014, 'Extending prior posts in dyadic online text chat', Discourse Processes, DOI: 10.1080/0163853x.2014.969138.
Ullrich, S & Crichton, J 2015, ‘Older people with dysphagia: transitioning to texture-modified food’, British Journal of Nursing, vol. 24, no. 13, pp. 686-692.
Engaging with diversity: A case study of the intercultural experiences of Muslim and non-Muslim students in an Australian school
This study was conducted by AsPr Angela Scarino, Prof Tony Liddicoat and Dr Fiona O’Neill from the Research Centre for Languages and Cultures, and was funded by the Centre for Muslim and non-Muslim Understanding at the University of South Australia. The study explored how students in a highly diverse school experienced interacting within and between their languages, cultures and faiths.
Scarino, A, O'Keefe, V, Crichton, J, O'Neill, F & Dolard, M 2015, Communicating work health and safety in the context of cultural linguistic diversity in aged care in conjunction with Helping Hand Aged Care.
2017 Book Chapters
Anderson, H & Masocha, S, 2017, ‘Learning to love our voice: valuing process and product in the analysis of participatory radio for young refugees’ in J Budarick & G-S Han (Eds) Minorities and Media in Australia: Producers, Industries, Audiences. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
2017 Journal Articles
Anderson, H & Bedford, C, 2017, ‘Theorising the many faces of prisoner radio: developing a holistic framework through process and product’, Media International Australia, Sage Publications, United Kingdom, pp. 1-12.
Anderson, Heather; Bedford, Charlotte, 2017, ‘"What I know now": radio as a means of empowerment for women of prison experience’, Journal of alternative and community media, Griffith University ePress, Australia, vol. 2, pp. 14- 27.
2017 Non Traditional Outputs
Stubbs, B 2017, ‘History, Harmony and the only Muslim island in Australia', the Guardian 29 January, <https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/jan/29/history-harmony-and-the-only-muslim-island-in-australia>
Stubbs, B 2017, 'A Different View', Southerly: Writing Disability, vol. 76, no. 2, pp. 129-142.
2016 Edited Books
Languages and Literacies as Mobile and Placed Resources explores how languages and literacies are implicated in the complex relationship between place and mobility. It is a book that represents the next wave in literacy studies in which theories of mobility, networking and globalisation have emerged to account for the dynamic landscape of globally circulating communication resources. Authors in this volume take up a more complex way of thinking about resources, applying it to consider languages and literacies as assemblages or as parts of assemblages that are involved in learning, teaching and meaning-making. The book addresses forms of text and mobility that arise in contexts outside of formal education including marketing, charity, journalism, community organisation and parenting. It also addresses school contexts and higher education settings.
2016 Book Chapters
Glenny, L 2016, ‘Balancing information and reputation’ in Frame, T & Palazzo, A (Eds) On Ops: Lessons and Challenges for the Australian Army Since East Timor, Sydney, UNSW Press.
Stubbs, B & Packard, F 2016, 'ANZAC Girls: An ethical autoanalysis' in Maras, S (ed), Ethics in screenwriting: new perspectives, Palgrave Macmillan, Ch. 5, pp. 99-123.
2016 Journal Articles
Anderson, H & Masocha, S 2016, ‘Bottom-up and inside-out: using participatory methodology to measure the social impact of a radio engagement project with young people of refugee experience’, Journal of Communication Research and Practice. Published online: 9 January 2017.
Furlan, P 2016, ‘Australian Medical/Health Journalists on the Value of Science-based Education and Training’, Asia Pacific Media Educator, 26 (2), 1-14. First published online: doi:10.1177/1326365X16669194.
Hanusch F, Clifford K, Davies K, English P, Fulton J, Lindgren M, O'Donnell P, Richards I & Zion L 2016, ‘For the lifestyle and a love of creativity: Australian students’ motivations for studying journalism’, Media International Australia (Online First), April 3, 2016, doi:10.1177/1329878X16638894.
Heaselgrave, F & Simmons, P 2016, ’Culture, competency and policy: why social media dialogue is limited in Australian local government’, Journal of Communication Management, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 133-147.
Miliauskas, A & Anderson, H 2016, ‘Uncertainty frafming and the IPCC Fifth assessment report’, Australian Journalism Review, vol. 38, no. 2, pp. 143 – 154.
Wasserman, H & Richards, I 2016, ‘On the factory floor of the knowledge production plant: editors’ perspectives on publishing in academic journals’, Critical Arts, vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 725-745.
Anderson, H 2014, Generation Next: Becoming Socially Enterprising, Oxford University Press, Melbourne.
Opens the door to the possibilities of social enterprise, harnessing students’ idealism and desire to ‘make a difference’. The book is organised around three key questions: Why should I care?, What could I do?, and What should I know? and provides an overview of issues, theories and practical knowledge that enables students to understand the world of the 21st Century and to be equipped to participate as active citizens. It explores the key themes of social justice, human rights and cultural awareness through practical, real life Australian/Pacific case studies.
2015 Book Chapter
Anderson, S 2015, ‘Aboriginal Task Force: Australia’s first national program dedicated to transitioning Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people into university education’, Australian Aboriginal Studies 2015/2, AIATSIS, Canberra.
Anderson, H 2015, ‘Prisoners’ radio: connecting communities through alternative discourse’, in C Atton (ed), Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media, Routledge, London, pp. 426-436.
2015 Journal Articles
Anderson S & Hamilton, J 2016 ‘The Theory and Practice of 21st Century Pedagogies in the Oral History Classroom,’ in Our Schools/Our Selves, Winter, pp. 142-149.
Forde, S & Anderson, H 2015, 'Is it justice or just us?' Examining how radical and local media framed an Aboriginal death in police custody, Communication, Politics & Culture, vol. 48, no. 1, pp. 1-17.
Hanusch F, Clifford K, Davies K, English P, Fulton J., Lindgren M, O’Donnell P, Price J, Richards I and Zion L 2015 Australian journalism students’ professional views and news consumption: results from a representative study, Australian Journalism Review, vol. 37, no. 1, 5-20.
McCarthy, J 2015, ‘Global learning partnerships in the Café: peer feedback as a formative assessment tool for animation students’, Interactive Learning Environments.
McCarthy, J 2015, ‘Evaluating written, audio and video feedback in higher education summative assessment tasks’, Issues in Educational Research, vol. 25 (2), pp. 153-169.
McCarthy, J, 2015, ‘Learning in the Café: Pilot testing the ‘collaborative application for education’ in Facebook’, Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 67-85.
Nichols, S & Snowden, C 2015, 'We don't tend to have that here: exploring child and adult relationships to trans-contextual objects in early childhood education institutions', Social Semiotics, September 2015, DOI: 10.1080/10350330.2015.1059580.
Snowden, C & Lewis, S 2015, ‘Mixed messages: public communication about higher education and non-traditional students in Australia’, Higher Education, pp. 1-15.
Stubbs, B 2015, The First Victory, Griffith Review vol. 48: Enduring Legacies.
Stubbs, B 2015, A Christmas Story, Griffith Review vol. 48: Enduring Legacies.
2015 Other Publications
Snowden, C 2015, ‘No, Tony Abbott, You Can’t Dismiss Social Media as Electronic Graffiti’, 28 January 2015, Viewed 1 February 2015. https://theconversation.com/no-tony-abbott-you-cant-dismiss-social-media-as-electronic-graffiti-36819.
Snowden, C 2015, ‘Talking Loud, Saying Nothing: The Old Political Pitch No Longer Works’, 9 February 2015, Viewed 15 February 2015. https://theconversation.com/talking-loud-saying-nothing-the-old-political-pitch-no-longer-works-37063
Simpson, A 2017 Energy, Governance and Security in Thailand and Myanmar (Burma): A Critical Approach to Environmental Politics in the South, NIAS Press
'Updated paperback edition with a new postcript'
Across the world states are seeking out new and secure supplies of energy but this search is manifesting itself most visibly in Asia where rapid industrialisation in states such as China and India is fomenting a frantic scramble for energy resources. Due to entrenched societal inequities and widespread authoritarian governance, however, the pursuit of national energy security through transnational energy projects has resulted in devastating impacts on the human and environmental security of local populations. These effects are particularly evident in both Thailand and Myanmar (Burma), which, located at the crossroads of Asia, are increasingly engaged in the cross-border energy trade. Based on extensive fieldwork and theoretical analysis this groundbreaking book proposes a new critical approach to energy and environmental security and explores the important role that both local and transnational environmental movements are playing, in the absence of effective and democratic governments, in providing ‘activist environmental governance’ for energy projects throughout the region. By comparing the nature of this activism under two very different political regimes it delivers crucial theoretical insights with both academic and policy implications for the sustainable and equitable development of the South’s natural resources.
2017 Edited Books
War Memory and Commemoration, 2017, Brad West (ed), Routledge, UK.
In a period characterised by an unprecedented cultural engagement with the past, individuals, groups and nations are debating and experimenting with commemoration in order to find culturally relevant ways of remembering warfare, genocide and terrorism. This book examines such remembrances and the political consequences of these rites. In particular, the volume focuses on the ways in which recent social and technological forces, including digital archiving, transnational flows of historical knowledge, shifts in academic practice, changes in commemorative forms and consumerist engagements with history affect the shaping of new collective memories and our understanding of the social world. Presenting studies of commemorative practices from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe and the Middle East, War Memory and Commemoration illustrates the power of new commemorative forms to shape the world, and highlights the ways in which social actors use them in promoting a range of understandings of the past. The volume will appeal to scholars of sociology, history, cultural studies and journalism with an interest in commemoration, heritage and/or collective memory.
2017 Book Chapters
Franklin, A 2017, ‘Ecosistema y paisaje: Estrategias para el Antropoceno, in Andreatta, MM, Pezzetta, S & Rincón Higuera, E (Eds) Crítica y animalidad: cuando el otro aúlla, La Plata, Argentina: Editorial Latinoamericana Especializada en Estudios Críticos Animales.
Simpson, A & Smits, M 2017, ‘Transitions to energy and climate security in Thailand’ in Robert Looney (ed), Routledge Handbook of Transitions to Energy and Climate Security, Routledge: London and New York.
Simpson, A 2017, 'Myanmar: Evolving environmental governance under a regime in transition' in P Hirsch (ed) Routledge Handbook of the Environment in Southeast Asia, London and New York, Routledge, pp. 418-29.
Simpson, A 2017 'The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative: New Openings for Civil Society in Myanmar.' in M. Crouch (ed.) The Business of Transition: Law Reform and Commerce in Myanmar. Cambridge University Press: Melbourne.
Simpson, A 2017 'Injustice, conflict and activism: The environment and Southeast Asia.' in M. Beeson and A. Ba (eds), Contemporary Southeast Asia. Third edition. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Simpson, A 2017 'Corruption, investment and natural resources.' in S. Alam, J. Bhuiyan and J. Razzaque (eds), International Natural Resources Law, Investment and Sustainability. London and New York: Routledge.
Simpson, A 2017 ‘Environment and natural resources’ in Simpson, A, N Farrelly and I Holliday (eds) Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Myanmar, Routledge: London and New York.
Simpson, Adam, 2017, ‘Myanmar: evolving environmental governance under a regime in transition’, Routledge handbook of the environment in Southeast Asia, Routledge, UK, pp. 418-429.
Simpson, A Holliday, I & N Farrelly, 2017 ‘Myanmar Futures’ in Simpson, A, N Farrelly and I Holliday (eds) Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Myanmar, Routledge: London and New York.
C Fink and A Simpson, 2017 ‘Civil society’ in Simpson, A, N Farrelly and I Holliday (eds) Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Myanmar, Routledge: London and New York.
Farrelly, N, I Holliday and A Simpson, 2017 ‘Explaining Myanmar in flux and transition’ in Simpson, A, N Farrelly and I Holliday (eds) Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Myanmar, Routledge: London and New York.
2017 Journal Articles
Franklin, A 2017, 'Engaging with the anti-museum? Visitors to the Museum of Old and New Art (Mona), Journal of Sociology, pp. 1-17.
Recently, multinational corporations have begun to reinvent themselves as socially responsible actors. This is largely in response to activist pressure. These activists have perceptively understood the link between corporate success and corporate behaviour. Corporate self-regulation has emerged as an important mechanism to counter this activist pressure. The author argues that corporations have a capacity for self-regulation because their reputation is critical to their success. As such, reputation is beginning to discipline corporate behaviour. The book first explores the link between corporate reputation, corporate behaviour and self-regulation. The author then compares and contrasts various studies of multinational corporations that have sought to self-regulate.
2016 Edited Book
A Simpson, N Farrelly & I Holliday (Eds), 2016, Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Myanmar, Routledge: London and New York (40 full length chapters, pp 448, ISBN 978-1-138-82077-7)
Few countries in the world have experienced the extraordinary path taken by Myanmar (Burma) over the past few years. After five decades of military rule, national elections in 2010 reinstated legislative influence and ushered in an era of political and economic reforms that are having far reaching impacts. The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Myanmar provides a comprehensive and up-to-date resource on the political, economic and social issues to confront Myanmar. The Handbook discusses the distinctive ethnic composition that has generated civil conflict since independence from Britain in 1948, and how even today there is an ongoing civil war in the far north. Written by an international team of scholars, with a mix of world-leading established scholars and up-and-coming researchers, the Handbook is an invaluable reference book that will provide a foundation for further research and offer the first port of call for scholars, students and policy makers alike.
Hsu, EL 2016, Sleep: Critical Concepts in Sociology (4 volume set), Routledge, London and New York.
West, B 2016, War Memory and Commemoration, London: Routledge.
2016 Book Chapters
West, B 2016, ‘Cultural Memory’ in D Inglis and A Almilia (eds), The Sage Handbook of Cultural Sociology, London: Sage.
West, B 2016, 'War commemoration and the expansion of the past' in Brad West (ed) War Memory and Commemoration, London: Routledge, pp. 1-14.
West, B 2016, 'Western tourism and dialogical remembering of the American War in Vietnam' in Brad West (ed) War Memory and Commemoration, London: Routledge, pp. 37-52.
2016 Journal Articles
Porter, E 2016, 'Gendered Narratives: Stories and Silences in Transitional Justice', Human Rights Review, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 35-50.
Franzway, S 2016 'The sexual politics of citizenship and violence' Women's Studies International Forum 58 pp. 18–24.
Radford, D, 2017 ‘Contesting and negotiating religion and ethnic identity in Post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan’ Central Asian Survey, vol. 33, no, 1, 2014) selected in Taylor and Francis’ latest article collection showcasing research on the Soviet Union, to mark 25 years since its collapse (Research on Post-Soviet Russia/Post-Soviet Neighbourhood). http://explore.tandfonline.com/page/pgas/soviet-union-collapse-25-years-on-post-soviet
Walby, S & Franzway, S et al 2015, Stopping rape: Towards a comprehensive policy, Policy Press, Bristol.
The need to stop rape is pressing and, since it is the outcome of a wide range of practices and institutions in society, so too must the policies be to stop it This important book offers a comprehensive guide to the international policies developed to stop rape , together with case study examples on how they work. The book engages with the law and criminal justice system, health services, specialised services for victim-survivors, educational and cultural interventions, as well as how they can best be coordinated. It is informed by theory and evidence drawn from scholarship and practice from around the world. The book will be of interest to a global readership of students, practitioners and policy makers as well as anyone who wants to know how rape can be stopped.
Porter, E 2015, Connecting Peace, Justice, and Reconciliation, Lynne Rienner, Boulder, Colorado
Can postconflict states achieve both peace and justice as they deal with a traumatic past? What role does reconciliation play in healing wounds, building trust, and rectifying injustices? This provocative book, incorporating the frameworks of both peace/conflict studies and transitional justice, explores the core challenges that war-torn states confront once the violence has ended. The book is organized around a series of questions, each one the subject of a chapter, with each chapter presenting a wide range of practical examples and case studies. The author also stakes out a position on each question, encouraging readers to evaluate and respond to ideas, practices, and strategies. Narratives are a notable feature of the work, with the human consequences of war and peace highlighted throughout.
West, B, 2015, Re-enchanting Nationalisms: Rituals and Remembrances in a Postmodern Age, New York, Springer
This book provides original insight into the way we now engage and remember national history. Drawing on fieldwork and analysis of international case studies on state commemoration, memorialization, recreational and tourism and times of disaster and crisis, the author demonstrates that not only does the nation frequently retain a strong cultural relevance in our global world but that the emergence of new forms of ritual and remembrance means that in many instances we are seeing the re-enchantment of nationalism. Drawing upon and developing an empirically informed cultural sociology, the author charts the distinctive qualities of these new national rites and how they feed into and advance particular cosmopolitan and orthodox national politics. Because social science has so often wrongly assumed the end of nationalism, the insights of this of the book about the possibilities and limitations of contemporary nationalism demand serious consideration by academics and also by policy makers and the general public.
Biro, D 2015 'Warlord Governance: Transition Towards - or Coexistence with - the State', in N Raford and A Brabulsi (eds) Warlords Inc Black Markets, Broken States and the Rise of the Warlord Entrepreneur, North Atlantic Books, pp. 51-66.
Fopp, R 2015, 'Problematising aspects of evidence-based policy: an analysis illustrated by an Australian homelessness policy 1985–2008' Australian Journal of Social Issues vol. 50, no. 3, pp. 297-317.
Khan, S & Kirmanj, S 2015, ‘Engineering confederalism for Iraq’ National Identities, vol. 17, Issue 4.
McKay, J & West, B 2014, ‘Gallipoli, Tourism and Australian Nationalism’, in T Miller (ed) The Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture, Routledge, London, pp- 436-448.
Simpson, A 2015, 'Starting from year zero: Environmental governance in Myanmar', in Sacchidananda Mukherjee and Debashis Chakraborty (eds), Environmental Challenges and Governance: Diverse Perspectives from Asia (Routledge, London and New York), pp. 152-165.
Khan, S 2015, A Model of Spirituality for Ageing Muslims, Journal of Religion and Health, 03/2015; DOI: 10.1007/s10943-015-0039-0.
Simpson, A 2015 (2005) ‘Energy Security and Earth Rights in Thailand and Burma (Myanmar)’ in Dennis Rumley & Sanjay Chaturvedi (eds), Energy Security and the Indian Ocean Region, Routledge: London and New York (republished in the Routledge Revivals series).
Simpson, A 2015, 'Democracy and environmental governance in Thailand', in Sacchidananda Mukherjee and Debashis Chakraborty (eds), Environmental Challenges and Governance: Diverse Perspectives from Asia (Routledge, London and New York), pp. 183-200.
McKay, J & West, B 2014, 'Gallipoli, Tourism and Australian Nationalism', in T Miller (ed) The Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture, Routledge, London, pp- 436-448.
Horanyi, R, 2014, ‘Dispossession: The performative in the political, Judith Butler and Athena Athanasiou’, Feminism & Psychology, November, Vol. 24, pp. 557-559.
Khan, S & Kirmanj, S 2015, 'Engineering confederalism for Iraq', National Identities, vol 17, issue 4.
Viljoen, JM 2015, Engaging an aesthetics of the ‘invisible’ in graphic narratives to represent violence ethically, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies.
Franzway, S, Wendt, S, Moulding, N, Zufferey, C, Chung D & Elder, A, 2015 'Gendered Violence and Citizenship: the long term effects of domestic violence on mental health, housing, work and social activity: Preliminsary Report', University of South Australia.
West, B, 2015, Is The End Nigh For The Gallipoli Pilgrimage? New Matilda.
Areas of study and research
- UniSA Cancer Research Institute
and Social Sciences
- Art, Architecture and Design
- Communication, International Studies and Languages
- Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy
- Barbara Hardy Institute
- Australian Centre for Child Protection
- Asia Pacific Centre for Work Health and Safety
- Behaviour-Brain-Body Research Centre
- Centre for Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience
- Centre for Islamic Thought and Education
- China-Australia Centre for Sustainable Development
- Creative People, Places and Products Research Concentration
- Design Research for Health & Wellbeing
- Digital Transformations Research Group
- Hawke EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
- Research Centre for Languages and Cultures
- Research for Educational and Social Inclusion
IT, Engineering and
- Future Industries Institute
- UniSA College