Masters and PhD students in the School of Arts and Social Sciences have published scholarly and creative works in a range of forums. A small selection of some of the publications and exhibitions our students have produced, can be found below.
Baker, Jennifer. TEXT 18:1 (2014). "Autoethnography as creative expression: What my story could have been ..."
Chudy, Tessa. Coolabah 11 (2013): 177-186. "Heaven and Hell at the Paradise Motel."
Curteis, Iris. "Storytelling: The Hindrance of Holding a Raw Egg - Storytelling and the Liminal Space." Local-Global: Identity, Security, Community 7 (2010): 150-162.
Curteis, Iris. "The voice in which it is told: the importance of the human voice in life stories and folktales." International Journal of the Arts in Society 5:5 (2011): 237-252.
Dick, Tom. "Vanuatu Water Music And The Mwerlap Diaspora: Music, Migration, Tradition, And Tourism." AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples 10:4 (2014).
Dick, Tom. "Decolonising Labour Markets: The Australian South Sea Island Diaspora and the Role of Cultural Expression in Connecting Communities." In N. Szablewska & S.-D. Bachmann (Eds.), Current Issues in Transitional Justice (Vol. 4, pp. 111-131): Springer International Publishing, 2015.
Ford, Akkadia.Fusion Journal 4 (2014). "Curating a regional, queer film festival"
Ford, Akkadia. Fusion Journal 5 (2014). "Transliteracy and the New Wave of Gender-Diverse Cinema."
Ford, Akkadia. Genre, sexualité & société, 2015. "Regional & Queer : Refusing to be Invisible, Creating Queer Space in a non-queer World.".
Haywood, Ashley. "The wall reports (excerpt)." In Moya Costello, Barbara Brooks, Anna Gibbs and Rosslyn Prosser (eds), Text Special Issue 17 "Mud Map: Australian women's experimental writing"
Hughes, Amanda, and Lisa Milner. "From Bananas To Biryani: The creation of Woolgoolga Curryfest as an expression of community." Locale 2 (2012): 119-139.
Hughes, Amanda. "The Social Life of Food" - Book Review of A Sociology of Food and Nutrition: The Social Appetite (3rd edition), edited by John Germov and Lauren Williams. Australian Humanities Review 51 (2011).
Seymour, Jessica. "Lizzie Bennet: Breaking the Fourth Wall Since 2012." Fan Studies: Researching Popular Audiences. Eds. Alice Chauvel, Nicolle Lamerichs, and Jessica Seymour. Inter-Disciplinary Press: Freeland, 2014. 111-121.
Seymour, Jessica. "Interpretive practice and redefining meaning in Harry Potter." New Academia: An International Journal of English Language, Literature and Literary Theory. 3:3 (2014): 1-16.
Seymour, Jessica. "Clockwork, corsets and fabricated beasties: Women and identity in young adult steampunk." The Encounters: Place, Situation, Context Papers-The Refereed Proceedings of the 17th Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs, Deakin University, 25-27 November (2013): 1-9.
Seymour, Jessica. "Harry Potter and the House-Elf Rebellion." Write4Children 3:2 (2012): 28-39.