Papers from 2010

Venus in the archive: anatomical waxworks of the pregnant body, Elizabeth Stephens

Welfare colonialism and traditional culture: the case of child protection in the Solomon Islands, Lester J. Thompson and Richard Hil


Work is a human right: seeking asylum, seeking employment, Rosemary Webb


Making a pig of the humanities: re-centering the historical narrative, Adele Wessell


We are what we grow: reading a tastescape as a text of cultural history, Adele Wessell


Rewriting the menu: the cultural dynamics of contemporary food choices, Adele Wessell and Donna Lee Brien


Recipes for reading culinary heritage: Flora Pell and her cookery book, Adele Wessell and Alison Wishart

Papers from 2009

Reflections on being, and becoming, Métis in British Columbia, Jean Barman and Mike Evans

Collectivity as "muse": being public without a parachute, Maree Bracker


Zephyr, installation, Maree Bracker

Barometers of institutional inflexibility: using the movement through timespace conceptualizations of Dervin’s sense-making methodology, Angela Coco

Understanding students’ reception of study materials: applying Dervin’s sense-making methodology, Angela Coco


The cosmeceutical face: time-fighting technologies and the archive, Grayson Cooke


We had faces then: Sunset Boulevard and the sense of the spectral, Grayson Cooke

At home in text on the coast, Moya Costello


Of lemon tarts: writing, culture, neoconservatism, Moya Costello

Reviving the corpus of Australian literature [review of Macquarie Pen Anthology of Australian Literature], Moya Costello

Drawn to sound: animation film music and sonicity, Rebecca Coyle

Hearing screen animation, Rebecca Coyle

'Now you blokes own the place': representations of Japanese culture in recent Australian cinema, Rebecca Coyle


Orchestrating the waterfront dispute: music and discourse in Bastard Boys, Rebecca Coyle


Thwack! hearing the motion in animation, Rebecca Coyle

Applying for government grants for ICT in Australia, Lynne De Weaver

Barriers to health and social service delivery for urban Aboriginal People in the Okanagan Valley, Mike Evans

BC Metis land use study and historical research into the presence of Metic in BC, Mike Evans

The historiography of a moving object: emerging understandings of the North American Metis: A book review of 'The long journey of a forgotten people: Metis identities and family histories' and 'The Western Metis: profile of a people', Mike Evans

The Metis of British Columbia: culture, tradition and the contemporary community, video recording, Mike Evans, J Corbett, S Foster, J Gervais, R Mann, P Hutchinson, Z Romano, and C Swanzey

Representation in participatory video: some considerations from research with Métis in British Columbia, Mike Evans and Stephen Foster

The Prince George Metis Elders documentary project, installation (interactive video), Mike Evans, Stephen GH Foster, Craig Campbell, Anabelle Rodriguez, and Fiona McDonald

The Metis of BC: music and dance, video recording, Mike Evans, Stephen Foster, R Mann, J Gervais, and C Swanzey


Attitudinal divergence and the Tongan transnational system, Mike Evans, Paul Harms, and Colin Reid


Common insights, differing methodologies toward a fusion of indigenous methodologies, participatory action research, and white studies in an urban aboriginal research agenda, Mike Evans, Rachelle Hole, Lawrence D. Berg, Peter Hutchinson, and Dixon Sookraj

BC Metis research agenda: history and culture, DVD recording, Mike Evans, R Mann, and J Gervais


Creating those good vibrations: an analysis of Brian Wilson's US top 40 hits 1963–66, Jon Fitzgerald

Make ’em laugh, make ’em cry: the use of production music in Australian reality television series Nerds FC, Jon Fitzgerald

Inflamed: synthetic folk music and paganism in the island world of The Wicker Man, Jon Fitzgerald and Philip Hayward

Outlier style: the Futuna sound and Vanuatu stringband music, Jon Fitzgerald and Philip Hayward

The Prince George Metis Elders documentary project, installation (interactive video), Stephen GS Foster, Mike Evans, and Cheryl L'hirondelle


Social inclusion and local practices of belonging, Robert George Garbutt

Sound and music in Hammer’s vampire films, Michael Francis Hannan

The listening post, Yvonne A. Hartman

Sandalwood sunset, poetry, Lynda Hawryluk

The Imperial, poetry, Lynda Hawryluk

The sky is darker at night, poetry, Lynda Hawryluk


The sliding scale of celebrity authorship: three writers face their adoring (and otherwise) public with very different results, Lynda Hawryluk

Play School keeps it real, Lisa Hill


Linking analysis and creation: an improvised study, Matthew Hill


Art 39 Basel, Wes Hill

Jeff Koons in the palace, Wes Hill


Jeremy Deller: from one revolution to another, Wes Hill

Mangareva: Pantheon of Polynesia, Wes Hill


Michael Sailstorfer: no light, Wes Hill

Tim Woodford in coversation with Wesley Hill, Wes Hill


Indicators of community cohesion in an Australian country town, Louise Holdsworth and Yvonne A. Hartman

Imagined futures and communities: older lesbian and gay people’s narratives on health and aged care, Mark Hughes


Lesbian and gay people's concerns about ageing and accessing services, Mark Hughes


Social work practice with older lesbians and gay men by Ann Fannin, Lee-Ann Fenge, Christina Hicks, Nichola Lavin and Keith Brown, Mark Hughes


Diversity and ageing, Mark Hughes, Elizabeth Ozanne, and Christine Bigby

Advocacy: an overarching approach, Mark Hughes and Jill Wilson

Work-family balance: a contemporary challenge for social workers, Parveen Kallaith, Mark Hughes, and Peter Newcombe

Work-family conflict and enrichment among Australian social workers: an assessment of the direct and moderation effects, Parveen Kallaith, Peter Newcombe, and Mark Hughes


Interpreting feeling: Nietzsche on the emotions and the self, Erika Kerruish


Kenny and Australian cinema in the Howard era, Lisa Milner


Kenny: the evolution of the battler figure in Howard's Australia, Lisa Milner


Androgynous ethical intervention and living history, Baden Offord

The queer(y)ing of Australian public culture discourse: activism, rights discourse and survival strategies, Baden Offord


Echoes of a not so mythical past: memories of race in Elizabeth Jolley's The Well, Cornelius Martin Renes


Elizabeth Jolley’s The Well: fathoming postcolonial depths in the female gothic, Cornelius Martin Renes

Historical f(r)iction: the reconciliation of Australianness to its colonial past, Cornelius Martin Renes

Ten canoes and the reel representation of Aboriginality, Cornelius Martin Renes

The Bird, live performance, Bobby Singh, Barry J. Hill, Ben Walsh, and Simon Durrington

Fisherman's Village, John Smith


Coining spermatorrhoea: medicine and male body fluids, 1836-1866, Elizabeth Stephens

Queer monsters: technologies of self-transformation in Bulwer's Anthropometamorphosis and Braidotti's Metamorphoses, Elizabeth Stephens

Queer writing homoeroticism in Jean Genet's fiction, Elizabeth Stephens

On-line environments and the promotion of professional competencies, Lester J. Thompson


Disrupting the new orthodoxy: emergency intervention and Indigenous social policy, Lester J. Thompson and Richard Hil

The development of practice wisdom in social work proto-professionals: a taxonomy for explicit contextual learning, Lester J. Thompson and Malcolm R. Pumpa


Appreciable injury to health - confronting health and safety in Australia’s workplaces during the first half of the twentieth century, Rosemary Webb

Sharing knowledge, sharing experience, sharing power, Glenn Woods and Soenke Biermann

Papers from 2008


Hoby Belflower, short story, Dallas Angguish

Return of the eunuch: gender disobedience as a path to awakening in Buddhist tantra, Dallas J. Baker

Inside, outside, downside up : conservatoire training and musicians' work, Dawn Bennett and Michael Francis Hannan

Evidence-based practices with families experiencing neglect, M Berry and Elizabeth Reimer

Being human in the classroom: human rights education and indigenous pedagogy, Soenke Biermann

Found in translation: differences, tolerance and enriching diversity, Soenke Biermann

Indigenous pedagogies and environmental education: starting a conversation, Soenke Biermann

Indigenous pedagogy as a force for change, Soenke Biermann and Marcelle Townsend-Cross


Kindle, installation, Maree Bracker


Libation, installation, Maree Bracker


Raft, installation, Maree Bracker


Southern Cross welcomes Katie Noonan, Leigh Carriage

Gender: Pagan style, Angela Coco


Online and offline – locating a pagan community, Angela Coco

Paganism and commercialisation, Angela Coco


Pagans online and offline: locating community in post-modern times, Angela Coco

Using sense-making methodology in religion studies, Angela Coco

This whispering in my heart, Janie Conway-Herron

Re-placement : a national anthology of creative writing from universities across Australia, Janie Conway-Herron, Moya Costello, and Victor Marsh


Effacing the face: botox and the anarchivic archive, Grayson Cooke