Hassan, Robert. Uncontained: Digital Disconnection and the Experience of Time. Grattan Street Press, 2019.
In order to break free from the 'digital prison', Hassan booked a passage on a container ship and spent five weeks travelling from Melbourne to Singapore - disconnected and essentially alone. In this space of isolation and reflection, he was able to reconnect with lost memories and interrogate the temporality of time. More information...
Kohn, Tamara; Gibbs, Martin; Nansen, Bjorn and van Ryn, Luke (eds.,). Residues of Death: Disposal Refigured. Routledge - Taylor & Francis, 2019.
This book provides a critical overview of the changing ways people mourn, commemorate and interact with the remains of the dead, including bodies, materials and digital artefacts. It focuses on how residues of death persist and circulate through different spaces, materials, data and mediated memories, refiguring how the disposal of the dead is understood, enacted and contested across the globe. More information...
Walker, Georgina S. The Private Collector's Museum: Public Good Versus Private Gain. Routledge, 2019.
The Private Collector's Museum connects the rising popularity of private museums with evolving models of collecting and philanthropy, and new inter-relationships between private and public space. It examines how contemporary collectors construct museums to frame themselves as cultural arbiters of global distinction. By exploring a range of in-depth contemporary case studies, the book aims for a more complex understanding of the private collector's museum, assessing how it is realised, funded and understood in a broader cultural context. More information...
Chu, Petra and Milam, Jennifer (eds.,). Beyond Chinoiserie: Artistic Exchange Between China and the West During the Late Qing Dynasty (1796-1911). East and West series, Volume: 4. Brill, 2019.
The complex interweaving of different Western visions of China had a profound impact on artistic exchange between China and the West during the nineteenth century. Beyond Chinoiserie addresses the complexity of this exchange. While the playful Western "vision of Cathay" formed in the previous century continued to thrive, a more realistic vision of China was increasingly formed through travel accounts, paintings, watercolors, prints, book illustrations, and photographs. More information...
Authored research books
De Beukelaer, Christiaan. Développer les industries culturelles: Leçons du palimpseste de la pratique. ICCA-Industries culturelles, création, numérique series. Peter Lang, 2019.
The discourse of the creative economy has become increasingly global. Virtually every country in the world uses the concept (or one of its variants) in political debate, public intervention, recommendations and practice. The purpose of this book is to report on the adoption of this discourse in the context of Burkina Faso and Ghana. More information...
De Beukelaer, Christiaan and Spence, Kim-Marie. Global Cultural Economy. Routledge - Taylor & Francis, 2019.
Global Cultural Economy critically interrogates the role cultural and creative industries play in societies. By locating these industries in their broader cultural and economic contexts, Christiaan De Beukelaer and Kim-Marie Spence combine their repertoires of empirical work across four continents to define the 'cultural economy' as the system of production, distribution, and consumption of cultural goods and services, as well as the cultural, economic, social, and political contexts in which it operates. More information...
Haslem, Wendy. From Melies to New Media: Spectral Projections. Intellect, 2019.
From Méliès to New Media contributes to a dynamic stream of film history that is just beginning to understand that new media forms are not only indebted to but firmly embedded within the traditions and conventions of early film culture. Adopting a media archaeology, this book will present a comparative examination of cinema. More information...
Shin, Wonsun et al. Integrated Marketing Communications: A Balanced Approach. Oxford University Press, 2019.
Integrated Marketing Communication: A Balanced Approach is your guide to integrated marketing communication (IMC), introducing you to the principles that underpin its practice. This text considers the different theories of how IMC works, taking the empirical evidence available into account, and illustrating its real-world application with relevant industry examples. More information...
- Nansen, Bjorn; Nicoll, Benjamin and Apperley, Thomas. "Postdigitality in Children's Crossmedia Play: A Case Study of Nintendo's Amiibo Figurines," in Mascheroni, Giovanna and Holloway, Donell (eds.,). The Internet of Toys Practices, Affordances and the Political Economy of Children's Smart Play. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
- Trigg, Stephanie and Hickey, Helen. "Landscape, Climate and Feeling," in Broomhall, Susan and Lynch, Andrew (eds.,). The Routledge History of Emotions in Europe, 1100-1700. Routledge - Taylor & Francis, 2019
Research book chapters
- Chu, Petra and Milam, Jennifer. "Introduction: Beyond Chinoiserie," in Chu, Petra and Milam, Jennifer (eds.,). Beyond Chinoiserie: Artistic Exchanges Between China and the West during the Late Qing Dynasty (1796-1911). Brill Academic Publishers
- Clemens, Justin. "Agamben and Poetry," in Ghosh, Ranjan (ed.,). Philosophy and Poetry Continental Perspectives. Columbia University Press
- Clemens, Justin and Bartlett, A.J. "Happiness is Revolting," in Badiou, Alain. Happiness (trans. A. J. Bartlett, Justin Clemens). Bloomsbury Academic
- Clemens, Justin. "Irremediability: on the very concept of digital ontology," in Amanda, Lagerkvist (ed.,). Digital Existence: Ontology, Ethics and Transcendence in Digital Culture. Taylor & Francis
- Clemens, Justin. "The Question Concerning Technology: Badiou versus Heidegger," in Völker, Jan (ed.,). Badiou and the German Tradition of Philosophy. Bloomsbury Academic
- Fensham, Rachel. "Research Methods and Problems," in Dodds, Sherril (ed.,). The Bloomsbury Companion to Dance Studies. Bloomsbury Academic
- Marshall, Christopher and Walker, Georgina S. "Museums in Australia," in Kaufmann, Thomas DaCosta (ed.,). Oxford Bibliographies in Art History. New York: Oxford University Press
- Milam, Jennifer. "Greuze Girls and the Painterly Embodiment of Sexual Pleasure," in Dixon, L. and Weisberg, G.P. (eds.). Making Waves: Crosscurrents in the Study of 19th-Century Art. Brepols Publishers
- Milam, Jennifer. "Representations of Peace," in Armitage, D. and Ghervaism, S. (eds.,). A Cultural History of Peace in the Age of Enlightenment (1648-1815). London: Bloomsbury Academic
- Otto, Peter. "British Romanticism in Asia," in Watson, Alex, Williams, Laurence (eds.,). British Romanticism in Asia: the reception, translation, and transformation of Romantic literature in India and East Asia. Palgrave Macmillan
- Otto, Peter. "The ends of illustration: explanation, critique, and the political imagination in Blake's title-pages for Genesis," in Haywood, Ian; Matthews, Susan and Shannon, Mary (eds.,). Romanticism and Illustration. Cambridge University Press
- Otto, Peter. "William Blake, the Secularization of Religious Categories, and the History of Imagination," in King, Joshua and Werner, Winter (eds.,). Constructing Nineteenth-Century Religion: Literary, Historical, and Religious Studies in Dialogue. Ohio State University Press
- Otto, Peter. "William Blake, the ancient Gnostics, and the birth of modern Gnosticism," in Trompf, Garry; Mikkelsen, Gunner and Johnston, Jay (eds.,). The Gnostic World. Routledge - Taylor & Francis
- Patterson, Eddie et al. "Conclusion: practicing interdependency, sharing vulnerability, celebrating complexity - the future of disability arts, culture, and media research," in Hadley, Bree and McDonald, Donna (eds.,). The Routledge Handbook of Disability Arts, Culture, and Media. Routledge
- Patterson, Eddie et al. "The last avant garde?," in Hadley, Bree and McDonald, Donna (eds.,). The Routledge Handbook of Disability Arts, Culture, and Media. Routledge
- Roberts, Claire. "Melbourne Mandarins: 'Modern Chinese Painters', 1974," in Beattie, James; Bullen, Richard and Galikowski, Maria (eds.,). China in Australasia: Cultural Diplomacy and Chinese Arts since the Cold War. Routledge
- Trigg, Stephanie. "Medieval Affect, Feeling, and Emotion," in Burger, Glenn and Crocker, Holly (eds.,). Medieval Affect, Feeling, and Emotion. Cambridge University Press
Book chapters other
- Dirgantoro, Wulan. "Gender and the Writing of the Modern in Indonesian Art History," in Bianpoen, Carla (ed.,) Indonesian Women Artists: Into the Future. Cemara Enam Foundation
Coleman, Deirdre. Henry Smeathman, the Flycatcher. Natural History, Slavery, and Empire in the Late Eighteenth Century. Liverpool University Press, 2018.
In 1771 Joseph Banks and other wealthy collectors sent a talented, self-taught naturalist to Sierra Leone to collect all things rare and curious, from moths to monkeys. Henry Smeathman's expedition to the West African coast, which coincided with a steep rise in British slave trading in this area, lasted four years during which time he built a house on the Banana Islands, married into the coast's ruling dynasties, and managed to negotiate the tricky life of a 'stranger' bound to his landlord and local customs. In this book, which draws on a rich and little-known archive of journals and letters, Coleman retraces Smeathman's life as he shuttled between his home on the Bananas and two key Liverpool trading forts - Bunce Island and the Isles de Los. More information...
Jowitt, Claire and McInnis, David (eds.,). Travel and Drama in Early Modern England: The Journeying Play. Cambridge University Press, 2018.
This agenda-setting volume on travel and drama in early modern England provides new insights into Renaissance stage practice, performance history, and theatre's transnational exchanges. It advances our understanding of theatre history, drama's generic conventions, and what constitutes plays about travel at a time when the professional theatre was rapidly developing and England was attempting to announce its presence within a global economy. More information...
Leane, Jeanine. Walk Back Over. Cordite Press, 2018.
This work is about listening to the past and walking back over it, step after step, to see what you missed the first time. It speaks to what has been left out of official records, recordings and documents - the emotions, the other sides of paper - and what is not said. These poems engage with the ongoing, interventionist nation-state and the crime scene that is Australia in the lives of Aboriginal people. More information...
Lowish, Susan. Rethinking Australia's Art History: The Challenge of Aboriginal Art. Routledge, 2018
This book aims to redefine Australia's earliest art history by chronicling for the first time the birth of the category "Aboriginal art," tracing the term's use through published literature in the late eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Susan Lowish reveals how the idea of "Aboriginal art" developed in the European imagination, manifested in early literature, and became a distinct classification with its own criteria and form. More information...
Morrow, Guy. Artist management: Agility in the creative and cultural industries. Routledge, 2018.
Artist Management: Agility in the Creative and Cultural Industries makes a major contribution to our understanding of the creative and cultural industries, of artistic and managerial creativities, and of social and cultural change in this sector. The book undertakes an extensive exploration of the increasingly pivotal role of artist managers in the creative and cultural industries and argues that agile management strategies are useful in this context. More information...
Rae, Paul. Real Theatre: Essays in Experience. Cambridge University Press, 2018.
Theatre is often said to offer unique insights into the nature of reality, but this obscures the reality of theatre itself. In Real Theatre, Paul Rae takes a joined-up approach to the realities of theatre to explain why performances take the forms they do, and what effects they have. Drawing on examples ranging from Phantom of the Opera and Danny Boyle's Frankenstein, to the performances of the Wooster Group and arthouse director Tsai Ming-liang, he shows how apparently discrete theatrical events emerge from dynamic and often unpredictable social, technical and institutional assemblages. More information...
Tumarkin, Maria. Axiomatic. The Lifted Brow, 2018.
Maria Tumarkin's Axiomatic is a boundary-shifting fusion of thinking, storytelling, reportage and meditation. Beliefs - or intuitions - about the role the past plays in our present are often evoked as if they are timeless and self-evident truths. It is precisely because they are neither, yet still we are persuaded by them, that they tell us a great deal about the forces that shape our culture and the way we live. More information...
Varney, Denise and D'Urso, Sandra. Australian Theatre, Modernism and Patrick White. Anthem Press, 2018.
This book details the rejection of two Patrick White plays by the Adelaide Festival of Arts in Australia in the early 1960s... Denise Varney and Sandra D'Urso analyse the two events by drawing on the performative behaviour of the board of governors to focus on the question of governance. They shed new light on the cultural politics that surrounded the rejections, arguing that it represents an instance of executive governance of cultural production, in this case theatre and performance. More information...
Authored research books
Caldwell, Grant. Intention and Unintention or the Hyperconscious in Contemporary Lyric Impulse. Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2018.
The question of how lyric poetry is written, especially in the moment when it first 'arrives' with a poet, is vexed. Grant Caldwell's discussion of the 'hyperconscious' and of poetic 'unintentionality' in the contemporary lyric impulse constitutes an original contribution to knowledge in this field ... Caldwell's analysis of individual poems is sophisticated. His discussion of Myron Lysenko's poem is especially convincing. More information...
Dragojlovic, Ana and Broom, Alex. Bodies and Suffering Emotions and Relations of Care. Routledge, 2018.
This book is a critical response to a range of problems - some theoretical, others empirical - that shape questions surrounding the lived experience of suffering. It explores how moral and ethical questions of personal suffering are experienced, contested, negotiated and institutionalised. Bodies and Suffering investigates the moral labour and significance invested in actions to care for others, or in failing to do so. More information...
Ford, Tom. Wordsworth and the Poetics of Air. Cambridge University Press, 2018.
Before the ideas we now define as Romanticism took hold the word 'atmosphere' meant only the physical stuff of air; afterwards, it could mean almost anything, from a historical mood or spirit to the character or style of an artwork. Thomas H. Ford traces this shift of meaning, which he sees as first occurring in the poetry of William Wordsworth. More information...
Inglis, Alison; Mendelssohn, Joanna; De Lorenzo, Catherine and Speck, Catherine. Australian Art Exhibitions: Opening Our Eyes. Thames and Hudson, 2018.
This pioneering publication outlines the exciting and often controversial development of Australia’s public galleries and the changing conditions that have determined their exhibition programs from the 1960s to the present. The extravagantly illustrated chapters are based on the extensive research of four authors associated with four universities from three states. Trace the growth and evolution of curatorial practice in Australia’s rapidly changing art scene. More information…
Volkmer, I. and Sharif, K. Risk Journalism between Transnational Politics and Climate Change. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
This book introduces a new methodology to assess the way in which journalists today operate within a new sphere of communicative 'public' interdependence across global digital communities by focusing on climate change debates. The authors propose a framework of 'cosmopolitan loops', which addresses three major transformations in journalistic practice. More information...
Clemens, J. and Bartlett, A. (eds.,). Badiou and His Interlocutors. Bloomsbury Academic, 2018
This is a unique collection presenting work by Alain Badiou and commentaries on his philosophical theories. It includes three lectures by Badiou, on contemporary politics, the infinite, cinema and theatre and two extensive interviews with Badiou - one concerning the state of the contemporary situation and one wide ranging interview on all facets of his work and engagements. More information...
De Beukelaer, C., Kangas, A. and Duxbury, N. (eds.,). Cultural Policies for Sustainable Development. Routledge, 2018.
This book contributes to a better understanding of the role of culture in achieving sustainability, focusing on the particular roles for cultural policy in this context. Cultural sustainability is conceptualised as the sustainability of cultural and artistic practices and patterns, and to the role of cultural traits and actions to inform and compose part of the pathways towards more sustainable societies. More information...
Dunlop, Anne (ed.,). Antipodean Early Modern: European Art in Australian Collections, c. 1200-1600. Amsterdam University Press, 2018.
A Prayer Book owned by the Rothschilds, an Italian bronze casket by Antico, a lavishly illustrated Carnival chronicle from sixteenth-century Germany, an altarpiece by Pieter Brueghel the Younger - much of the artwork in this book, held by Australian collections, is essentially unknown beyond the continent. The authors of these essays showcase these extraordinary objects to their full potential, revealing a wide range of contemporary art and historical research. More information…
Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Majoribanks, T. (eds.,). Australian media and the politics of belonging. Anthem Press, 2018.
This book explores mediated debates about belonging in contemporary Australia by combining research that proposes conceptual and historical frameworks for understanding the concept in the Australian context. A range of themes and case studies make the book a significant conceptual resource as well as a much-needed update on work in this area. More information...
Stevens, L., Tait, P. and Varney, D. (eds.,). Feminist Ecologies: Changing Environments in the Anthropocene. Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
This edited volume critically engages with ecofeminist scholarship. It tracks the ongoing dialogue between women’s issues and environmental change by republishing the work of pioneering scholars and activists in the field... The volume defines ecofeminism as a multidisciplinary project and will appeal to readers working within the field of Environmental Humanities. More information...
- Beckett, Jennifer. "Acting with Limited Oversight: S.H.I.E.L.D. and the Role of Intelligence and Intervention in the Marvel Cinematic Universe," in Chambliss, J.C., Svitavsky, W.L. and Fandino, D. (eds.,). Assembling the Marvel Cinematic Universe Essays on the Social, Cultural and Geopolitical Domains. McFarland
- De Beukelaer, C., Kangas, A. and Duxbury, N. (eds.,). "Cultural policies for sustainable development: four strategic paths," in De Beukelaer, C., Kangas, A. and Duxbury, N. (eds.,). Cultural Policies for Sustainable Development. Routledge
- Gelder, K. and Weaver, R.A. "Introduction," in An Australian Bush Track
- Gelder, K. "Thirty Years On: Reading the Country and Indigenous Homeliness," in Healy, C. (ed.,). Reading the Country: 30 Years On. UTS ePress
- Gelder, K. "Transnational Draculas," in Luckhurst, R. (ed.,). The Cambridge Companion to Dracula. Cambridge University Press
- Hughes, Joe. "The Cold Quietness of the Stars: Proof, Rhetoric and the Authority of Reason in the Ethics," in Kordela, A.K. and Vardoulakis, D. (eds.,). Spinoza's Authority Volume I: Resistance and Power in Ethics. Bloomsbury Publishing
- McInnis, David. "Lost plays and source study," in Britton, D. and Walter, M. (eds.,). Rethinking Shakespeare Source Study: Audiences, Authors, and Digital Technologies. Routledge
- Nansen, Bjorn. "The Social Life of the Dead and the Leisured Life of the Living Online," in Kaul, A. and Skinner, J. (eds.,). Leisure and Death: An Anthropological Tour of Risk, Death, and Dying. University of Colorado Press
- Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Majoribanks, T. "Australian Media and the Politics of Belonging," in Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Majoribanks, T. (eds.,). Australian media and the politics of belonging. Anthem Press
- Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Muller, D. "Journalism practice, the police and Sudanese-Australians," in Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Majoribanks, T. (eds.,). Australian media and the politics of belonging. Anthem Press
- Nolan, D. and Farquharson, K. "In a context of crime: Sudanese and South Sudanese Australians in the media," in Nolan, D., Farquharson, K. and Majoribanks, T. (eds.,). Australian media and the politics of belonging. Anthem Press
- Papastergiadis, N., Lambert, A. and McQuire, S. "Public space and the development of wireless media," in Silva, Carlos (ed.,). New Approaches, Methods, and Tools in Urban E-Planning. Engineering Science Reference
- Trigg, Stephanie. "Afterword: Reading Historical Emotions," in Marculescu, Andreea and Métivier, Charles-Louis Morand (eds.,). Affective and Emotional Economies in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Palgrave Macmillan
- Varney, Denise. "Climate Guardian Angels: Feminist Ecology and the Activist Tradition," in Stevens, L., Tait, P. and Varney, D. (eds.,). Feminist Ecologies: Changing Environments in the Anthropocene. Palgrave Macmillan
Research book chapters
- Clemens, Justin. "Drug is the Love: Literature, Psychopharmacology, Psychoanalysis," in Goldbach, J. and Godley, J.A. (eds.,). Inheritance in Psychoanalysis. State University of New York Press
- Clemens, Justin. "If Law Speaks, It Speaks of Enjoyment: Psychoanalysis and Desire," in Zartaloudis, Thomas (ed.,). Law and Philosophical Theory: Critical Intersections. Rowman & Littlefield International
- Clemens, J. and Bartlett, A. "Introduction: The World Turned Upside Down," in Clemens, J. and Bartlett, A. (eds.,). Badiou and His Interlocutors. Bloomsbury Academic
- Clemens, Justin. "The Last Horizon the Gaze Obscures," in Haylock, B. (ed.,). Continuous Moment Damiano Bertoli. Surpllus
- Clemens, Justin. "The Paradox of Dissemination," in Blamey, D. and Haylock, B. (eds.,). Distributed. Tenderbooks
- Shin, W., Pang, A. and Man, A. "Integrated CSR communication: toward a model encompassing media agenda building with stakeholder dialogic engagement," in Lindgreen, A. et al (eds.,). Communicating Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Era: The Role of Digital in Communicating and Managing Corporate Social Responsibility. Routledge
Book chapters other
- MacFarlane, Elizabeth. "Autobiography as Enacted Theory," in Jones, E.M. Something To Be Tiptoed Around. Grattan Street Press
Authored research books
Gelder, Ken and Weaver, Rachael. Colonial Australian Fiction: Character Types, Social Formations and the Colonial Economy. Sydney University Press, 2017.
This book is a unique exploration of the many character types vividly portrayed in colonial Australian fiction. In the book the authors explore the genres in which these characters flourished: the squatter novel, the bushranger adventure, colonial detective stories, the swagman's yarn, the Australian girl's romance. More information...
Marsden, R. The Temporary 01: Architectures of Change, 2017.
'The Temporary' is a transcultural exchange platform and social intervention space examining the notion of "temporary" experience in art, architecture, design, music, sound and performance between China and the UK. Taking place in Birmingham and Manchester, 'The Temporary: 01' is the inaugural exhibition, examining "temporary" negotiations of space and place within cityscapes. More information (7.2Mb pdf)
Patterson, E. redactor. Whitemore Press, 2017.
redactor uses found texts from the everyday emails, memos, notes, lyrics, text messages, tweets, webfeeds - as poetic material. Drawing on techniques from the visual arts and radical writing such as the ready-made, the cut-up and the concrete poem, Eddie Paterson reflects upon the ways in which the historical legacy of censorship intersects with contemporary surveillance technologies. More information...
Whitty, M and Young, G. Cyberpsychology The Study of Individuals, Society and Digital Technologies. Wiley, 2017.
An important new BPS Textbook in Psychology exploring the interactions between individuals, societies, and digital technologies. The book outlines key theories and empirical research within cyberpsychology and provides critical assessments of this rapidly changing field and covers topics such as online identity, online relationships and dating, pornography, children's use of the internet, cyberbullying, online games and gambling, and deception and online crime. More information...
Hyde, Melissa and Milam, Jennifer (eds.,). Women, Art and the Politics of Identity in Eighteenth-Century Europe. Routledge, 2017.
While women's private lives, their involvement with cultural production, the project of Enlightenment, and the public sphere have been the subjects of ground-breaking historical and literary studies in recent decades, women's engagement with the arts remains one of the richest and most under-explored areas for scholarly investigation. This collection of new essays by specialist authors addresses women's activities as patrons and as "patronized" artists over the course of the century. It provides a much needed examination, with admirable breadth and variety, of women's artistic production and patronage during the eighteenth century. More information...
McLean, Ian and Jorgensen, D. (eds.,). Indigenous Archives: The Making and Unmaking of Aboriginal Art. University of Western Australia Press, 2017.
The archive is a source of power. It takes control of the past, deciding which voices will be heard and which won't, how they will be heard and for what purposes. Indigenous archivists were at work well before the European Enlightenment arrived and began its own archiving. Sometimes at odds, other times not, these two ways of ordering the world have each learned from, and engaged with, the other... The eighteen essays by twenty authors investigate different aspects of this struggle in Australia, from traditional Indigenous archives and their developments in recent times to the deconstruction of European archives by contemporary artists as acts of cultural empowerment. More information...
Varney, D. and Diamond, E. and Amich, C. (eds.,). Performance Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
This book is a provocative new study of global feminist activism that opposes neoliberal regimes across several sites including Asia, Australia, Canada, Europe, Latin America and the United States. The feminist performative acts featured in the book contest the aggressive unravelling of collectively won gains in gender, sexual and racial equality, the appearance of new planes of discrimination, and the social consequences of political economies based on free market ideology. More information...
Research book chapters
- Baker, D. "Hercules: Transmedia Superhero Mythology," in The New Peplum Essays on Sword and Sandal Films and Television Programs Since the 1990s
- Baker, D. "Terms of Excess: Binge-viewing, epic-viewing, and the Netflix effect," in The Age of Netflix Critical Essays on Streaming Media, Digital Delivery and Instant Access
- Beckett, J. "An Allegorical Childhood: Identity and Coming of Age in Terry Loane's Mickybo and Me," in Childhood and Nation in Contemporary World Cinema: Borders and Encounters
- Davis, M. "Who are the new gatekeepers? Literary mediation and post-digital publishing," in Publishing means business: Australian perspectives
- Dunlop, A. "Myths of Love: Ovid and Transformation," in Love: Art of Emotion 1400-1800. National Gallery of Victoria
- Driscoll, B. "Middlebrow and nobrow: Tracing patterns across culture," in When Highbrow Meets Lowbrow: Popular Culture and the Rise of Nobrow
- Fensham, R., Crombie, I. and Taylor, E. "Leap into the Modern: Dance in Australia during the 1930s," in Brave New World: Australia 1930s
- Fensham, R. "Searching Movement's History Digital Dance Archives,” in Transmission in Motion: The Technologizing of Dance
- Ford, T., Menely, T. and Taylor, J.O. "Punctuating History Circa 1800: The Air of Jane Eyre - Thomas H. Ford," in Anthropocene Reading: Literary History in Geologic Times
- Gelder, K. "R.L. Stevenson and Covenanter gothic," in Robert Louis Stevenson and the Great Affair: Movement, Memory and Modernity
- Horbury, A. "The Tragedy of True Detective Season Two: Living Our "Least Favorite Lives", " in True Detective and Philosophy: A Deeper Kind of Darkness
- Kelada, O. and Grieves, G. "Bleeding the Archive, Transforming the Mythscape," in Indigenous Archives The Making and Unmaking of Aboriginal Art
- Lowish, S., Dallwitz, J., Inyika, J. and Rive, L. "Our Art, Our Way: Towards an Anangu Art History with Ara Irititja," in Indigenous archives: the making and unmaking of Aboriginal art
- MacDowall, L. "#Instafame: Aesthetics, Audiences, Data," in Graffiti and Street Art: Reading, Writing and Representing the City
- MacDowall, L. and Young, A. "Visual Documentation in Hybrid Spaces: Ethics, Publics and Transition," in Refiguring Techniques in Digital Visual Research
- Macneill, K and Coles, A. "Policy ecologies, gender, work, and regulation distance in film and TV production," in Women, Labor Segmentation and Regulation: Varieties of Gender Gaps
- Marshall, C., Albi, S .and Lofano, F. "'per antipatia ch'have la filosofia di serrarsi ne' palazzo de' ricchi': Salvator Rosa and the Quest for Ennobled Prices," in I filosofi antichi nell'arte italiana del seicento: stile, iconografia, contesti.
- Marshall, C., De Luca, F., and Papi, G. "Prices, Payments and Career Strategies: Economic Considerations in the work of Ribera and his Contemporaries," in Davanti al naturale: Contributo sul movimento caravaggesco a Napoli
- McQuire, S. "Geomedia: In praise of unruly conjunctions," in Geomedia Studies: Spaces and Mobilities in Mediatized Worlds
- Morrow, G., Gilfillan, E., Barkat, I. and Sakinofsky, P. "Popular music entrepreneurship in higher education: Facilitating group creativity and spin-off formation through internship programmes,” in The Routledge Research Companion to Popular Music Education
- Nansen, B. et al. "Mobilising Children: The role of mobile communications in child mobility," in Children's Health and Wellbeing in Urban Environments
- Nansen, B. et al. "Postdigital Literacies: Materiality, Mobility and the Aesthetics of Recruitment," in Literacy, Media, Technology: Past, Present and Future
- Nansen, B. et al. "Researching Death Online," in Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography
- Nolan, D. "'Race' and the lived experiences of Australians of Sudanese background," in Critical Reflections on Migration, 'Race' and Multiculturalism: Australia in a Global Context
- Nolan, S. "Born Outside the Newsroom: The Creation of the Age Online," in Web 25: Histories from the First 25 Years of the World Wide Web
- Nolan, S. "Reading The Discovery of India in the Library of an Australian Prime Minister," in The Global Histories of Books: Methods and Practices
- Papastergiadis, N. "Arcadia and Imagined Memories,” in Lisa Reihana: Emissaries
- Papastergiadis, N. “Motion Fearness,” in Triennial 1
- Papastergiadis, N. “Tintin Wulia Worlds,” in 1001 Martian Homes: Tintin Wulia
- Rae, P. "'Leeet lor': Singapore plays as drama," in Singapore Literature and Culture: Current Directions in Local and Global Contexts
- Shin, W., Pang, A. and Mak, A. "Integrated CSR communication: toward a model encompassing media agenda building with stakeholder dialogic engagement," in Communicating Corporate Social Responsibility in the Digital Era: The Role of Digital in Communicating and Managing Corporate Social Responsibility
- Trigg, S. "Affect Theory," in Early Modern Emotions: An Introduction
- Tuite, C., Grossi, R. and West, D. "Libertine reveries: Romantic love in the time of radical terror," in The Radicalism of Romantic Love Critical Perspectives
- Varney, D. "'Not Now, Not Ever': Julia Gillard and the Performative Power of Affect," in Performance Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times
- Varney, D. and Stevens, L. "Re-dressing patriarchal and colonial dispossession: Jelinek's "Jackie" on the Australian stage," in Elfriede Jelinek Goes Australia: Indigenising an Austrian Nobel Prize Winner
- Volkmer, I. "Beyond Positivism of Big Data Analysis: Toward Discursive Geographies and the 'Reflexive' Interdependence of Communicative Relations," in Advancing Comparative Media and Communication Research
- White, A., Anotonello, P., Nardelli, M., and Zanoletti, M. "Bruno Munari and Lucio Fontana: Parallel Lives," in Bruno Munari: The Lightness of Art
- White, A. and Varghese, L. "Michelangelo Pistoletto's Minus Objects," in Michelangelo Pistoletto: The Minus Objects 1965-1966
- Wright, A. "Odyssey of the Horizon," in My Horizon: Tracey Moffat
Major published works
- Kelada, O. Drawing Sybylla
- Brophy, Kevin. This is What Gives Us Time
- Flannagan, Richard. Notes on an Exodus: An Essay by Richard Flanagan
- Green, Charles and Gardner, Anthony. Biennales, Triennales and Documenta: The Exhibitions That Created Contemporary Art
- Hassan, Robert and Sutherland, Tom. Philosophy of Media
- Marshall, Christopher R. Baroque Naples and the Industry of Painting
- Martin, Fran; Lewis, Tania and Sun, Wanning. Telemodernities: Television and Transforming Lives in Asia
- McQuilteen, Grace and White, Anthony. Art as Enterprise: Social and Economic Engagement in Contemporary Art
- Bristow, Thomas and Ford, Thomas (eds.,). A Cultural History of Climate Change
- Gelder, Ken (ed.,). New Directions in Popular Fiction: Genre, Distribution, Reproduction
- Martin, Fran and Lewis, Tania (eds.,). Lifestyle Media in Asia: Consumption, Aspiration and Identity
- Ndalianis, Angela; Moser, Walter and Krieger, Peter (eds.,). Neo-Baroques: From Latin America to the Hollywood Blockbuster
Books by honoraries
- Anderson, Jaynie; Marshall, Christopher R. and Yip, Andrew (eds.,). The Legacies of Bernard Smith: Essays on Australian Art, History and Cultural Politics
- Palmer, Sheridan. Hegel's Owl: The Life of Bernard Smith
- Tonks, Ann. The A to Z of Arts Management
- Caldwell, Grant. Reflections of a Temporary Self: New & Selected Poems, Collective Effort Press, 2015
- De Beukelaer, Christiaan. Developing Cultural Industries: Learning from the Palimpsest of Practice, European Cultural Foundation, 2015
- Guy, Roberts C. Composite Realities: The Art of Photographic Manipulation in Asia
- Hannon, S. et al. White night: city as event
- Roberts, C., Sang, Y., Sherman, G., Sherman, B. and Brand, M. Yang Zhichao Chinese Bible
Authored research books
- Dunlop, A. Andrea del Castagno and the Limits of Painting. Harvey Miller Publishers, 2015
- Koval, R. Bloodhound: Searching for my father
- Anderson, Christy; Dunlop, Anne and Smith, Pamela (eds.,). Matter of Art: Materials, Practices, Cultural Logics, c. 1250-1750 (paperback edition). Manchester University Press, 2015
- Croci, J., Maxwell, A. and Maxwell, E. (eds.,). Shifting Focus: Colonial Australian Photography 1850-1920
- De Beukelaer, C., Pyykkonen, M. and Singh, JP (eds.,). Globalization, Culture, and Development The UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
- Cahir, Fred; Sunter, Anne Beggs and Inglis, Alison (eds.,). Scots Under the Southern Cross Scottish Impressions of Colonial Australia. Ballarat Heritage Services, 2015
- Karakiewicz, J., Yue, A. and Paladino, A. (eds.,). Promoting sustainable living: Sustainability as an object of desire
- Nolan, S. (ed.,). The Dismissal: Where were you on November 11, 1975?
- Barikin, A. and Papastergiadis, N. "Ambient Perspective and the Citizen's Moving Eyes", in Hlavajova, M. and Hoskote, R. (eds.,). Future Publics (The Rest Can and Should Be Done by the People): A Critical Reader in Contemporary Art
- De Beukelaer, C. and Freitas, R. "Culture and Sustainable Development: Beyond the Diversity of Cultural Expressions", in Globalization, Culture and Development: The UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity
- De Beukelaer, C. and Pyykkonen, M. "Introduction: UNESCO's "Diversity Convention" - Ten Years On", in Globalization, Culture and Development: The UNESCO Convention on Cultural Diversity
- Dunlop, A. ''The Substance of the Word: Geographies of Early Painting Materials", in Smith, P. and Anderson, C. (eds.,). The Matter of Art: Materials, Technologies, Cultural Logics, 1250-1650
- Dunlop, A. "Introduction', in Anderson, C. and Smith, P. (eds.,). The Matter of Art: Materials, Technologies, Cultural Logics, 1250-1650
- Ford, T. "Narrative and Atmosphere: War by Other Media in Wilkie, Clausewitz and Turner", in Russell, G. and Ramsey, N. (eds.,). Tracing War in British Enlightenment and Romantic Culture
- Green, C. "Benglis 73/74", in Artforum
- Green, C., Brown, L. and Barikin, A. "The Museum in Hiding: Framing Conflict", in Message, K. (ed.,). The International Handbooks of Museum Studies: Museum Theory
- Heryanto, A., Chua, BH. and Varney, D. "Identity, Community and the Marketplace in Contemporary Indonesian Performance", in Hatley, B. (ed.,). Performing Contemporary Indonesia: Celebrating Identity, Constructing Community
- Krijnen, M. and De Beukelaer, C. "Capital, State and Conflict: The Various Drivers of Diverse Gentrification Processes in Beirut, Lebanon", in Lees, L., Shin, H. and Lopez, E. (eds.,). Global Gentrifications: Uneven Development and Displacement
- Laurie, T. "Becoming-Animal Is a Trap for Humans: Deleuze and Guattari in Madagascar", in Stark, HS. and Roffe, JR. (eds.,). Deleuze and the Non-Human
- Nansen, B. "Remembering Zyzz - Distributed Memories on Distributed Networks", in Memory in a Mediated World: Remembrance and Reconstruction
- Papastergiadis, N. "Art from Asia: Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism and the World in Art", in Moslund, S., Petersen, A. and Schramm, M. (eds.,). The Culture of Migration: Politicis, Aesthetics and Histories
- Papastergiadis, N. "The Provincial Cosmopolitan: Emily Jacir and the Mediterranean Sea", in Jacir, E. and Kholeif, O. (eds.,). Emily Jacir Europa
- Roberts, C. "Yang Zhichao and Chinese Bible: Performing into the Present", in Yang Zhichao: Chinese Bible
Research book chapters
- Bristow, T. "'An Occult Geometry of Capital': Heterotopia, History and Hypermodernism in Iain Sinclair's Literary Geography," in The Globalization of Space
- Brophy, K. "Creative Writing: why go to university to do it?", in Writing for the Curious: why study writing?
- Caust, J. "Different cultures but similar contexts: leadership of major performing arts centres in the Asia Pacific Region", in Caust, J. (ed.,). Arts and Cultural Leadership in Asia
- Clemens, J. '48 Million Years of Biopolitics', in Mirvan, M. and Oei, Vwvg (eds.,). Allegory of the Cave Painting
- Clemens, J. and Bartlett, A. "Measuring Up: Some Consequences of Badiou's Confrontation with Hegel', in Vernon J. and Calcagno, A. (eds.,). Badiou and Hegel: Infinity, Dialectics, Subjectivity
- Clemens, J. and Knight, S. "Magna Carta as English political myth: from Edward Coke to Robin Hood", in Australia's Magna Carta
- Coleman, D. "Imperial Commerce, Gender and Slavery", in Garside, P. and O'Brien, K. (eds.,). The Oxford History of the Novel in English, Volumer 2: English and British Fiction 1750-1820
- Coleman, D. "The global context", in Looser, D. (ed.,). The Cambridge Companion to Women's Writing in the Romantic Period
- Creed, B. "Equus: ecstasy, therapy, and the animal', in Huskinson L, Waddell T (eds), Eavesdropping: The psychotherapist in film and television
- Creed, B. "Evolution, Extinction and Eco-Trauma Film: Darwin's Nightmare (2004) and A Zed & Two Noughts (1985)", in Narine A (ed.,). Eco-Trauma Cinema
- Creed, B. "Ginger Snaps: the monstrous feminine as femme animale", in Priest, H. (ed.,). She-Wolf: A cultural history of female werewolves
- Darian-Smith, K., Maxwell, E. and Edmonds, P. "Picturing Collaboration: European Women Photographers and Indigeneous Peoples in the Contestation of British and American Imperialism in the Pacific, 1890-1910", in Conciliation on Colonial Frontiers
- Downes, S. ""Je Hé Guerre, Point ne la Doy Prisier": Peace and the Emotions of War in the Prison Poetry of Charles d'Orléans", in Lynch, A,.and O'Loughlin, K. (eds.,). Emotions and War: Medieval to Romantic Literature
- Downes, S. "After Deschamps: Chaucer's French Fame", in Davis, I. and Nall, C. (eds.,). Chaucer and Fame
- Downes, S. "French Feeling: Language, Sex and Identity in Henry V", in White, RS., Houlahan, M. and O'Loughlin, K. (eds.,). Shakespeare and Emotions
- Downes, S. "How to be 'Both': Bilingual and Gendered Emotions in Late Medieval English Balade Sequences", in Broomhall, S. (ed.,). Authority, Gender and Emotions in Late Medieval and Early Modern England
- Fensham, R. and Collomosse, J. "Digitizing Dance Costumes: a Case Study of Movement and Materiality in iWeave", in Salazar-Sutil, N. and Popat, S. (eds.,). Digital Movement Essays in Motion Technology and Performance
- Hassan, R. "When innovation becomes conformist: academic research in network time", in Universities in the flux of time
- Hughes, J. "Ground, Transcendence and Method in Deleuze's Fichte", in Lundy, C. and Voss, D. (eds.,). At the Edges of Thought: Deleuze and Post-Kantian Philosophy
- Inglis, A. "Images of the "Immortal Scott": Portraits of Sir Walter Scott in Colonial Australia", in Cahir, F. and Beggs Sunter, A. (eds.,). Scots under the Southern Cross
- Macfarlane, E. and Brophy, K. "Redesigning the Lecture in a Cyber World: A Creative Writing Case Study", in Harper, G. (ed.,). Creative Writing and Education
- Martin, F. "Out of Time: Sinophone Cinemas and the Female Homoerotic", in Directory of World Cinema: China 2
- Maxwell, E. "The Stylish Portraits of May and Mina Moore", in Shifting Focus: Colonial Australian Photography 1850-1920
- Maxwell, E. and Croci, J. "The Shifting Focus of Early Australian Photography 1860-1920", in Shifting Focus: Colonial Australian Photography 1850-1920
- Mcinnis, D. "Marlowe and Electronic Resources", in Deats, SM. and Logan, RA. (eds.,). Christopher Marlowe at 450
- Nicholls, M. "“A Conversation Between Enlightened Friends”: The Mutual Reassurances of the Arts and Sciences in Freud (1984)", in Huskinson, L. and Waddell, T. (eds.,). Eavesdropping: The Psychotherapist in film and television
- Papastergiadis, N,, McQuir, S., Vetere, F., Gibbs, M., Downs, J. and Pedell, S, "Planning for Urban Media: Large Public Screens and Urban Communication", in Silva, CN. (ed.,). Emerging Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities in Urban E-Planning
- White, A. "Beyond the Present", in Colour Sensation: The Works of Melinda Harper
- Wright, S. "E-petitions", in Coleman, S. and Freelon, D. (eds.,). Handbook of Digital Politics
- Yue, A. "Advertising and sustainability", in Promoting Sustainable Living: Sustainability as an Object of Desire
Book chapters other
- Downes, S,, Lynch, and A, O'Loughlin, K. "War as Emotion: Cultural Fields of Conflict and Feeling", in Lynch, A. and O'Loughlin, K. (eds.,). Emotions and War: Medieval to Romantic Literature
Major reports and working papers
- White, A., Neville, B., Dembek, K. and McQuilten, G. "Impact and Sustainability in Art Based Social Enterprises"