Publications arising from GRiP 2005-2008

2008

Bickle, Sharon. 2008. ‘Finding Love in the Archives: Editing the ‘Lost’ Love Letters of Michael Field’. Lifewriting Annual, 2: 73-91.

Shinde, K.A. 2008. Religious Tourism: Exploring a New form of Sacred Journey in North India. In J. Cochrane, ed., Asian Tourism: Growth and Change: Elsevier Publishing: London.

Serisier, Tanya. 2008. Laura Bush and Dan Brown: Whiteness, Feminism and the Politics of Vulnerability, In A. Moreton-Robinson, M. Casey and F. Nicoll, eds, Transnational Whiteness Matters, pp. 147-164. Lexington Books: Landham, MD.

2007

Atkinson, Joel. 2007. Vanuatu in Australia-China-Taiwan Relations, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 61 (3): 351-366.

Buchanan, Rachel. 2007. The Dementia Wing of History, Cultural Studies Review, 13 (1): 173-186.

Costa-Pinto, Selena. 2007. Constructing Identity, Exercising Agency in the Diaspora: Narratives of Indian Women Migrants in Melbourne’, Eras, 9: http://arts.monash.edu.au/publications/eras/edition-9/.

Craw, Charlotte. 2007. The Sivunth State: An Unsider’s Perspuctive on Nations and Belonging in UNAUSTRALIA, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 21 (4): 583-593.

Kirpitchenko, Liudmila. 2007. Academic migration to Australia and Canada: Russian Professional Elite in Focus, Academic Mobility: Blending and Perspectives, Conference Proceedings, Academic Mobility : Blending Perspectives Conference, University of Turku, Finland, 21-23 September 2006, pp. 207-221.

Kirpitchenko, Liudmila and Andrew Markus. 2007. ‘The Conditions for Social Cohesion’, In J. Jupp, J, Nieuwenhuysen and E. Dawson, eds, Social Cohesion in Australia, pp 21-33. Cambridge University Press: Australia.

Laughton, Kerry. 2007. Has Fair Trade Lost its Way?: Practice Anomalies in Timor Leste’s Coffee Industry, International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 3 (3): 123-134.

Lane, David. 2007. On Truth and Lie in a Rhetorical Sense: Semantic Perils in Nietzschean Thought, Colloquy, 13, http://arts.monash.edu.au/ecps/colloquy/journal/issue013/lane.pdf

Morison, Peter James and Rebekah Brown. 2007. Cooperate or coerce?: Intergovernmental Approaches to Mainstreaming Water Sensitive Urban Design, Rainwater and Urban Design Conference 2007 CD-ROM Proceedings, 21-23 August 2007, Engineers Australia, Sydney: pp 1-8.

Ndhlovu, Finex. 2007a. Historicizing the Socio-politics of Shona Language Hegemony in Zimbabwe. Lwati: A Journal of Contemporary Research. 4: 295-313.

Ndhlovu, Finex. 2007b. Everyday Forms of Language-based Marginalization: Focus on Zimbabwe. In R. Loughnane, C.P.Williams and J. Verhoeven (eds.) In Between Wor( l)ds: Transformation and Translation. School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, pp.117-132.

Ndhlovu, Finex. 2007c. Nationalist Ideology and the Quest for Linguistic Homogenization in Zimbabwe. Proceedings of the SoLLS INTEC Conference on Language and Nationhood: Discourses Across Cultures and Disciplines, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, pp. 195-211.

Sestigiani, Sabina. 2007. The Frontier that Frames the Desert: Dino Buzzati’s Il deserto dei Tartari and Patrick White’s Voss, Studi buzzatiani, revista del centre studi Buzzati, XII: np .

Shinde, K. A. 2007. Pilgrimage and the Environment: Challenges in a Pilgrimage Centre. Current Issues in Tourism, 10 (4): 343-365.

Shinde, K.A. 2007. Visiting Sacred Sites in India: Religious Tourism or Pilgrimage? In R. Raj and N. D. Morpeth, eds, Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage Festivals Management: An International Perspective. pp.184-197. Wallingford, United Kingdom: CABI.

Waterhouse-Watson, Deb. 2007. All Women Are Sluts: Australian Rules Football and Representations of the Feminine, Australian Feminist Law Journal, 27: 155-162.

 2006

Bourke, Eliza. 2006. Feminine Visions: Anorexia and Contagion in Pop Discourse, Feminist Media Studies, 6 (3): 315-330.

Cominos, Marina. 2006. The Anti-Political Nietzsche. Australasian Political Studies Annual Conference Proceedings, 25-27 September 2006, http://www.newcastle.edu.au/school/business/areas-of-study/politics/apsa.html

Costello, Lauren and Duane Duncan. 2006. The ‘Evidence’ of Sex, the ‘Truth’ of Gender: Shaping children’s bodies, Children’s Geographies, 4(2): 157-172.

Kurniasih, Yacinta. 2006. Gender, Class and Language Preference: A Case Study in Yogyakarta’, (25 pages), Selected Papers from the 2005 Conference of the Australian Linguistics Society Annual, 28-30 September 2006,http://www.als.asn.au/proceedings/als2005/kurniasih-gender.pdf

Laughton, Kerry. 2006. A Sociology of Corporate Social Responsibility. The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 1 (3): 115-122.

Rickard, Scott. 2006. Colour My World. The Consumption Junction Meets D Digital Lifestyle, Empowerment, Creativity and Innovation: Challenging Media and Communication in the 21st Century: ANZCA 2006 Refereed Proceedings,http://www.anzca.net/conferences/anzca06proceedings.html

Serisier, Tanya. 2006. The Bankstown Gang Rapes: Rape and the Construction of a Horrible Event, AntiTHESIS: The Event, 16: 74-89.

Simmons, Margaret. 2006. British WWII Child Evacuees – Revisited, Revisioned and Repositions, Children in War: The International Journal of Evacuee and War Child Studies, 1 (4): 51-60.

Whiteley, Ben. 2006. Objective, Relative or Plural? Value Pluralism and the Status of Universal Values, Melbourne Journal of Politics, 31: 91-107.

Wilson, Anne Helen. 2006. Modernity and the Film Exhibition Industry in Gippsland: The Glover Family Business, 1926-1973, Senses of Cinema, 41 (Oct-Dec), http://www.sensesofcinema.com/2006/41/modernity-gippsland-glover/

Wilson, Anne. 2006. Wonthaggi and Sale: Two Theatres, Two Communities, Two Experiences of Cinema, Gippsland Heritage Journal, 30: np .

2005

Loughnan, Margaret. 2005. Seasonal Variation of Hospital Admissions for Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) in Melbourne, 1993-2003, 17th International Congress of Biometeorology ICB 2005, Volume 1, Bavaria, Dt: Wetterdienst: pp 421-424.

Serisier, Tanya. 2005. ‘Remembering Anita’: Rape and the Politics of Commemoration, Australian Feminist Law Journal, 23: 121-145

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