Papers from 2008


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


Information placed in trust: older gay men and social workers on talking about sexual identity in aged care, Mark Hughes

Variations in community affiliation among older lesbians and gays: implications for service delivery, Mark Hughes


Using observation for reflective practice with older people, Mark Hughes and Karen Heycox

Role of the interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary team, Annette James, Geoffrey Mitchell, Michelle Bissett, Lee Zakrzewski, Anthony Wright, Susan Balandin, Michelle Lincoln, and Mark Hughes

Common values, culturally embedded multiculturalism and the necessary other, Erika Kerruish, Baden Offord, and V D'Cruz

Teaching shared values and social cohesion: the necessary other, Erika Kerruish, Baden Offord, and Vin D'Cruz


Silencing of voice: an act of violence. Urban Aboriginal women speak out about their experiences with health care, Donna LM Kurtz, Jesse C. Nyberg, Susan Van Den Tillaart, Buffy Mills, and Okanagan Urban Aboriginal Health Research Collective (OUAHRC)


General practitioners’ assessment of risk of violence in their practice results from a qualitative study, Parker Magin, Jon Adams, Elyssa Joy, Malcolm Ireland, Susan Heaney, and Sandy Darab


Violence in general practice: perceptions of cause and implications for safety, Parker Magin, Jon Adams, Elyssa Joy, Malcolm Ireland, Susan Heaney, and Sandy Darab

Solo classical guitar recital, Carlos Chavez Theatre, Mexico City, live performance, Matthew Marshall

Duo guitar recital, live performance, Matthew Marshall and R Hand

Soundwaves: navigating the challenges of musical direction and music training, Annie Mitchell


Economic development options for island states: the case of whale-watching, Brendan J. Moyle and Mike Evans

Activating human rights in education: exploration, innovation and transformation, Christopher James Newell and Baden Offord

Social work and human service practice, Ian O'Connor, Jill Wilson, Deborah Setterlund, and Mark Hughes

Introduction in 'Landscapes of exile: once perilous, now safe', Baden Offord

Landscapes of exile: once perilous, now safe, Baden Offord

Preface to the conference proceedings: walking the tightrope of being human, Baden Offord

Surfing towards Australian androgyny: Aussie bums on the beach, Baden Offord

Introduction in 'Activating human rights in education: exploration, innovation and transformation', Baden Offord and Christopher James Newell

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

The question of the identitarian opacity in postcolonial analysis, Cornelius Martin Renes


Whose new world? Derek Jarman's subversive vision of the tempest (1979), Cornelius Martin Renes


'Taxing taxis’ - limits and possibilities for regulating tax compliance behaviours of taxi-drivers: an Australian case study, Maarten Richard Rothengatter

In praise of surf spots, Kim M. Satchell

Of intimate others: more-than human rights for the more-than human world, Kim M. Satchell

Reveries of the Solitary Islands: from sensuous geography to ecological sensibility, Kim M. Satchell


Shacked: the ecology of surfing and the surfing of ecology, Kim M. Satchell

Anatomies of desire: female bodies in fin-de-siècle anatomical museums, Elizabeth Stephens

Flesh machines: self-making and the postmodern body, Elizabeth Stephens

Pathologizing male fluidity: spermatorrhoea and the treatment of male sexual disorders, Elizabeth Stephens

Redefining sexual excess as a medical disorder: Fin-de-Siecle representations of hysteria and spermatorrhoea, Elizabeth Stephens

From Indigenous cultural recognition to economic mainstreaming: a case study of Indigenous Australian communities, Lester J. Thompson and Richard Hil

From Indigenous cultural recognition to economic mainstreaming: a case study of Indigenous Australian communities, Lester J. Thompson and Richard Hil

'Australian values', Liberal traditions and Australian democracy: introductory considerations of government for contemporary civil society, Lester J. Thompson and John Stannard

International criminology: a critical introduction, Rob Watts, Judith Bessant, and Richard Hil

Climates of fear: precarious work and the erosion of care, Rosemary Webb


Conversations on the river: engaging students in community oral history projects, Adele Wessell

Papers from 2007


A web and room-based videoconference music teaching initiative, Alan Anderson and Jon Fitzgerald

Parental bereavement: from grief theory to a creative nonfiction perspective on grieving the death of a young adult child from cancer, Sandra Arnold, Walter John Woods, and Lynda Hawryluk

Lismore’s Living Library: building communities conversation by conversation, Sabina Baltruiweit, Shauna McIntyre, and Robert George Garbutt


Ethics, hegemonic whiteness, and the contested imagination of 'Aboriginal community' in social science research in Canada, Lawrence D. Berg; Mike Evans; Duncan Fuller; and Okanagan Urban Aboriginal Health Research Collective, Canada

Online and offline – an Australian pagan community of practice, Angela Coco


Tutor and teacher timescapes: lessons from a parent-teacher partnership, Angela Coco, Merrilyn Goos, Alex Kostogritz, and Lesley Jolly

Clients, colleagues or experts? defining identities in an action research project, Angela Coco, Catherine Varnier, and Chris Deftereos


Discourses of authenticity in a pagan community: the emergence of the ‘fluffy bunny’ sanction, Angela Coco and Ian Woodward


The importance of Thanaka: narrative and human rights in Burma, Janie Conway-Herron


Aporia Australis: lies and responsibility, Grayson Cooke

Signs of life: writing, information and the human constitution, Grayson Cooke

Harriet's historical makeover, Moya Costello


In the world under a soft cover, Moya Costello


Textuality, mutability and learning to write, Moya Costello

Daniel Goldmark, tunes for 'Toons: music and the Hollywood cartoon, Rebecca Coyle


Showing some fight: Kemira’s challenge to industrial relations, Rebecca Coyle and Lisa Milner

Transition to university: female students' coping mechanisms, Sandy Darab


How the WorkChoices and Welfare to Work reforms are affecting people in one region of New South Wales: preliminary findings, Sandy Darab and Yvonne A. Hartman


Autochthony/Localization/Aboriginality and island peoples in world system, Mike Evans

'Leaving paradise: indigenous Hawaiians in the Pacific Northwest, 1787-1898', by Jean Barman and Bruce McIntyre Watson, Mike Evans

Review of 'We know who we are: Metis identity in a Montana community' by MH Foster, University of Oklahoma Press, 2006, ISBN: 9780806137056, Mike Evans

Sandalwood, markets, and super-ordinate kin: property, propriety, and ecology in contemporary Tonga, Mike Evans

Black pop songwriting 1963-1966: an analysis of US top forty hits by Cooke, Mayfield, Stevenson, Robinson, and Holland-Dozier-Holland, Jon Fitzgerald

Tertiary popular music studies in the 21st century: some perspectives from eastern Australia and eastern Canada, Jon Fitzgerald

Communities: a review article, Robert George Garbutt

Community engagement: innovation through Higher Education Equity Support projects, Robert George Garbutt and Baden Offord

AIR Annual 2006 (various artists), Michael Francis Hannan


Beautiful place (Wordfly), Michael Francis Hannan


Beautiful thing (Sarah McGregor), Michael Francis Hannan


Circular breathing (Kate Miller-Heidke), Michael Francis Hannan


Double exposure (winduptoys), Michael Francis Hannan


Earl Gray, Michael Francis Hannan


Ghosts and angels (Amanda Handel/GL Seiler), Michael Francis Hannan


Incredible (Daisy Hicks), Michael Francis Hannan

Moral rights denied to Boardman and Bizet, Michael Francis Hannan


Preludes sonata (Michel Keiran Harvey), Michael Francis Hannan


Return fire (Exit Wounds), Michael Francis Hannan


The director’s cult, Michael Francis Hannan


Editorial: Proceedings of the 16th International Seminar of the Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (CEPROM), Michael Francis Hannan and Dawn Bennett


New models for educating professional musicians in the twenty-first century proceedings of the 16th International Seminar of the Commission for the Education of the Professional Musician (CEPROM), Michael Francis Hannan and Dawn Bennett

Howard's way: WorkChoices, welfare reform and the working wounded, Yvonne A. Hartman and Sandy Darab

A tropical heart, poetry, Lynda Hawryluk


What influences social work students’ knowledge of, attitudes towards and interest in working with older people?, Karen Heycox and Mark Hughes

Come together: linking analysis and music creation, Matthew Hill


Remembering Australian child slavery, Richard Hil, Joanna Penglase, and Gregory P. Smith


Older lesbians and gays accessing health and aged-care services, Mark Hughes

Organisations and management in social work, Mark Hughes and Michael Wearing

Report on the Statistical Description and Analysis of the 2006 Metis nation of British Columbia Provincial Survey, Peter Hutchinson, Mike Evans, and Colin Reid


From vulgar words to lightening bolts: Nietzsche on style, language and experience, Erika Kerruish


...down river…, exhibition, Leonie Lane

New models for educating professional musicians in the twenty-first century, Annie Mitchell

Teaching Australia: investigating the ethics of cultural encounters, Baden Offord and Robert Kostevc

Fields of play: locating internet scholars as ‘players’ amongst other narratives of academic careers, Denise N. Rall

Spinning around in a 'Martha Stewart' world: craft in the age of the internet, Denise N. Rall

Boundary riders?: challenging what we know about living and working in the same community, Elizabeth Reimer

Response to the NSW Department of Community Services discussion paper on the review of the NSW Children and Young Persons (Care and Protection) Act, Elizabeth Reimer

Tempted by the tempest: Derek Jarman's gay play with Shakespearean romance, Cornelius Martin Renes


The quiet man and Angela's ashes: hollywood representations of Irish emigration as male quest narrative, Cornelius Martin Renes

Making eco-sense of water: surf culture, cultural studies and the eco-humanities, Kim M. Satchell

Positive partnerships with parents of young children, D Scott, M Salveron, Elizabeth Reimer, S Nichols, L Sivak, and F Arney


Inventing the bodily interior: écorché figures in early modern anatomy and von Hagens’ body worlds, Elizabeth Stephens