Books  I  Refereed Journal Articles  I  Book Chapters  I  Reports & Policy Papers I Discussion Paper Series

The Following publications have been produced from research co-funded by EU Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Grants including the:

  • "Hawke EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence" (599500-EPP-1-2018-1-AU-EPPJMO-CoE)
  • “Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility: EU and Australasian Innovations” Jean Monnet Network (599662-EPP-1-2018-1-AU-EPPJMO-NETWORK)
  • "Digital Technologies, Transformations and Skills: Robotics and EU Perceptions" Jean Monnet Project (587082-EPP-1-2017-1-AU-EPPJMO-PROJECT)
  • "Discourses on European Union I4.0 Innovation" Jean Monnet Project (611183-EPP-1-2019-1-AU-EPPJMO-PROJECT)

All publications reflect the views of the authors and the European Commission, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), and all other EU bodies are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information that the publications contain.


Elliott, A. 2019, The Culture of AI: Everyday Life and the Digital Revolution, London and New York: Routledge.

Elliott, A. 2016, Identity Troubles, London and New York: Routledge.

Elliott, A., and Hsu, H. (eds), 2016, The Consequences of Global Disasters, London and New York: Routledge.  

Taylor, S., & Luckman, S. (eds), 2017, The ‘new normal’ of working lives: critical studies in contemporary work and employment, Dynamics of Virtual Work Series, Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Refereed Journal Articles

Bissell, D., Birtchnell, T., Elliott, A., & Hsu, E. 2018, 'Autonomous automobilities: The social impacts of driverless vehicles', Current Sociology,

Birtchnell, T., & Elliott, A. 2018, 'Automating the black art: Creative places for artificial intelligence in audiomastering', Geoforum, vol. 96, pp. 77-86.

Boyd, R & Holton, RJ. 2017, 'Technology, innovation, employment and power: does robotics and artificial intelligence really mean social transformation?', Journal of Sociology, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 331-345.

Elliott, A., Kesselring, S. & Eugensson, A. 2019, 'In the end, it is up to the individual. A conversation on automated mobilities, social life and innovation between Anders Eugensson (Volvo Group, Sweden), Anthony Elliott (UniSA) and Sven Kesselring (HfWU)' Applied Mobilities, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 244-250.

Elliott, A., & Radford, D. 2015, ‘Terminal Experimentation: The Transformation of Experiences, Events and Escapes at Global Airports’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, vol. 33, no. 6, pp. 1063–1079.

Elliott, A., Urry, J., Radford, D., & Pitt, N. 2016, ‘Globalisation’s Utopia? On Airport Atmospherics’, Emotion, Space and Society, vol. 19, pp. 13-20.

Everuss, L. 2020, 'Mobile sovereignty: The case of "boat people" in Australia', Political Geography, vol. 79, DOI: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2020.102162.

Everuss, L. 2020, 'Westphalian Sovereignty as a Zombie Category in Australia', Borderlands e-journal, vol. 19, no. 1.

Everuss, L. 2019, '“Mobility Justice’’: a new means to examine and influence the politics of mobility', Applied Mobilities, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 132-137.

Everuss, L. 2017, Carvalho, M, Casanova, J, Chaffee, D, Lever-Tracy, C, ‘Assessing the public willingness to contribute income to mitigate the effects of climate change: A comparison of Adelaide and Lisbon’, Journal of Sociology, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 334-350.

(Featured in the Research Highlights of Nature Climate Change: Richler, J. 2017, ‘Sociology: Public inaction’, Nature Climate Change, vol. 7, no. 2, pp.  96-96.)

Freire-Medeiros, B. 2018, 'Mobilities, spaces and identities in the global electronic economy. Interview with Anthony Elliott', Social Time, vol. 30, no. 2, pp. 301-336.

Freudendal-Pedersen, M., Kesselring, S., & Servou, E. 'What is Smart for the Future City? Mobilities and Automation', Sustainability, vol. 11, no. 1, 221.

Holton, R., & Boyd, R. 2019, ‘Where are the people? What are they doing? Why are they doing it?’(Mindell) Situating artificial intelligence within a socio-technical framework', Journal of Sociology, DOI:

Hsu, EL, 'Must disasters be rapidly occurring? The case for an expanded temporal typology of disasters', Time & Society, vol. 28, no. 3, pp 904-921.

Radford, D. 2016, ‘“Everyday otherness” - intercultural refugee encounters and everyday multiculturalism in a South Australian rural town’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol. 42, no. 13, pp. 2128-2145.

Radford, D. 2017 ‘Space, place and identity: Intercultural encounters, affect and belonging in rural Australian spaces’, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 38, 5, pp. 495-313

Book Chapters

Elliott, A. 2019, 'From Mobilities to mobile lives and beyond: The world according to John Urry', In O. B. Jensen, S. Kesselring & M. Sheller (eds), Mobilities and Complexities, 2019, London and New York: Routledge, pp 203-209.

Elliott, A., & Hsu, E. 2016, ‘Broadening Horizons of Disaster Research’, in A. Elliott and E. L. Hsu (eds), The Consequences of Global Disasters, London and New York: Routledge.

Luckman, S. 2017, ‘Cultural Policy and Creative Industries’, in V. Durrer, T. Miller & D. O’Brien (eds), Routledge Companion to Global Cultural Policy, New York and London, Routledge.

Luckman, S., & Andrew J. 2017, ‘Online selling and the growth of home-based craft microenterprise: The ‘new normal’ of women’s self-(under)employment’, in S. Taylor and S. Luckman, The ‘new normal’ of working lives: critical studies in contemporary work and employment, Basingstoke and New York, Palgrave (forthcoming). 

Reports and Policy Papers

Elliott, A. 2020, 'What future for postcoronavirus societies?' in de Gruyter Social Science Rapid Response COVID-19 Digital Booklet.

Elliott, A., & Boyd, R. 2018, ‘The Digital Revolution: New Challenges, New Thinking’, in The EU and Australia: Towards a New Era, Sydney: EU-Australia Leadership Forum, pp. 69-72.

  • Reproduced by the Australian Institute of International Affairs in its Australian Outlook: Policy Analysis’

Radford, D., Wilding, R., Moran, A., Boese, M., 2018, 'Rural and Regional Mobilities: Exploring the Impact of (Im)Mobilities in Rural & Regional Communities' (Download)

Walsh, T., Levy, N., Bell, G., Elliott, A., Maclaurin, J., Mareels, I.M.Y., Wood, F.M., 2019, 'The effective and ethical development of artificial intelligence: An opportunity to improve our wellbeing', Report for the Australian Council of Learned Academies,

  •  An Horizon Scanning Report Commissioned by the Australian Government National Science and Technology Council and Australia’s Chief Scientist.

  • Professor Elliott, Executive Director of the Hawke EU Centre, sat on the Working Group for the report and written submissions were made by Centre and Network researchers:
    • Boyd, R. 'Employment and the workforce'
    • Elliot, A. 'Transformations of Identity'
    • Hsu, E. L., & Everuss, L. 'Transformations of Identity'
    • Holton, R. 'Employment and the workforce'
    • Freudendal-Petersen, M., & Martin, R. 'Transport and Mobility'
    • Innes, M. 'Psychological and Counselling Services'
    • Kesselring, S., Servou, E. & Zuev, D. 'Transport and Mobility'

 Hawke EU Discussion Paper Series

Discussion Papers developed from public lectures and presentations facilitated by the Hawke EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.

1. Acknowledging the Historical Significance of the EU in the face of Brexit

Summary of the Hawke EU Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Inaugural Lecture by EU Ambassador to Australia, H.E. Dr Michael Pulch (26 September 2018)

Written by Summer Scholar, Nathan Walsh

2. Developing Closer Ties: EU Member State Perspectives on EU-Australia Relations

Summary of public forum featuring European Heads of Mission (28 February 2019)

Written by Summer Scholar, Nathan Walsh

3. German Perspectives of the EU and relations with Australia

Summary of a public lecture by the former German Ambassador to Australia, H.E. Dr Anna Prinz (27 March 2019)

Written by Summer Scholar, Nathan Walsh