Atkinson, Joel. 2007. Vanuatu in Australia-China-Taiwan Relations, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 61 (3): 351-366.
Bader, Sandra. 2011. Dancing Bodies on Stage: Negotiating nyawer Encounters at dangdut and tarling dandutPerformances in West Java. Indonesia and the Malay World: Special Issue on Gender and Creativity in Southeast Asia, 39 (115): 333-355.
Bickle, Sharon. 2008. ‘Finding Love in the Archives: Editing the ‘Lost’ Love Letters of Michael Field’. Lifewriting Annual, 2: 73-91.
Bourke, Eliza. 2006. Feminine Visions: Anorexia and Contagion in Pop Discourse, Feminist Media Studies, 6 (3): 315-330.
Bos, Joanette.J. and Bown, R.R. 2012. Governance experimentation and factors of success in socio-technical transition in the urban water sector, Technological Forecasting and Social Change. 79(7): 1340-1353.
Buchanan, Rachel. 2007. The Dementia Wing of History, Cultural Studies Review, 13 (1): 173-186.
Burns, Melanie C. 2011. The Use of the Word ‘Sex’ on Lifestyle Magazine Covers: A Lexical Category Analysis, Monash University Linguistics Papers, 7 (2), 1 – 13
Burns, Melanie C. (under consideration) The Forms and Functions of Taboo Language in Australian Television Drama and Comedy Programs, Communication Quarterly
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
Cosgrove, Bryony. 2013. The Creation of Rachel Henning: Personal Correspondence to Publishing Phenomenon. Australian Literary Studies, Accepted July 2012.
Cosgrove, Briony. 2011. In the Pink: Visiting Cancer Country. Meanjin, 70 (1): 144-149.
Cosgrove, Briony. 2011. Missing in Action, Caught on Film: Silent Film Actor Andrew de Beranger goes to War,Screening the Past, 11, http://www.screeningthepast.com/2011/11/missing-in-action-caught-on-film-silent-film-actor-andre-de-beranger-goes-to-war/
Cosgrove, Bryony. (under review) The Creation of Rachel Henning: Personal Correspondence to Publishing Phenomenon.Australian Literary Studies
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/.
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.
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.
Daniels, Paul. R. 2012. Back To The Present: Defending Presentist Time Travel. Disputatio. IV (33): 469-484.
Dewi, Anita. ‘Perceptions of English in relation to communication and identity: A study of Indonesian lecturers, teachers, and tertiary students”, Journal of Asian Pacific Communication. Accepted July 2012
Dewi, Anita. 2012. ‘Is English a Form of Imperialism?: A study of an academic community’s perception at Yogyakarta universities in Indonesia’, Asian Englishes. 15 (1): 4-27.
Gugleta, Zdravka. (under review) The Image in the Poetry of Vasko Popa and Charles Simic: A Transcultural Mythopoesis.Serbian Studies.
Inaba, Miho. (forthcoming). Paper in Special Issue: (Re) Conceptualizing the Interface of Language, Technology and Literacies, Monash University Linguistics Papers, 7 (1) (accepted May 2012).
Kirpitchenko, Liudmila. 2007. Academic migration to Australia and Canada: Russian Professional Elite in Focus,Academic Mobility: Blending and Perspectives, Conference Proceedings, Acedemic Mobility : Blending Persepctives Conference, University of Turku, Finland, 21-23 September 2006, pp. 207-221.
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.
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, 13,http://arts.monash.edu.au/ecps/colloquy/journal/issue013/lane.pdf
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.
Manns, Howard. Scripting radio talk amidst language shift in Indonesia. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication. Accepted December 2012.
Manns, Howard. 2012. First person pronominal variation, stance and identity in Indonesia. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 32(4): 435-456.
Molla, Tebeje. 2012. Higher education policy reform in Ethiopia: The representation of the problem of gender inequality. Higher Education Policy. 1-23. doi:10.1057/hep.2012.25
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. Vol. 4, pp. 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.
Noske, Catherine. (under review) ‘In/On/Of – The Mixed Poetics of Australian Spaces; or How I Found the Cubby, A Fictocritical Essay on White Australian (Un)Belonging’, Journal for the Association for the Study of Australian Literature
Purba, Rasita Ekawati. 2011. Public participation in development planning. A case study of Indonesian Musrenbang. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 12, p 265-277.
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.
Serisier, Tanya. 2005. ‘Remembering Anita’: Rape and the Politics of Commemoration, Australian Feminist Law Journal,23: 121-145
Sestigiani, Sabina. 2007. The Frontier that Frames the Desert: Dino Buzzati’s Il deserto dei Tartari and Patrick White’sVoss, 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.
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.
Walker, David. (under review) Human Rights and development from below: The case of the Right to Health of impoverished communities. Journal of Human Rights Practice
Waterhouse-Watson, Deb. 2007. All Women Are Sluts: Australian Rules Football and Representations of the Feminine,Australian Feminist Law Journal, 27: 155-162.
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 .
Wilson, Laura A. 2012. ‘Exploring illicit drug use and drug driving as edgework’. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 24 (2): 223-240.
Wilson, Laura A. 2012. ‘British American Tobacco Australia Services Limited v Laurie (2011) – Applying the Apprehended Bias Rule’. Flinders Law Journal, 14 (1): 37-48.
Wilson, Laura and Dean Wilson. 2010. “Why has it only become an issue now?” Young drug users’ perceptions of drug driving in Melbourne, Victoria. Youth Studies Australia 29 (1): 45-54.
Wilson, Laura. 2011. Perceptions of Legitimacy and Strategies of Resistance: Melbourne Illicit Drug Users and Random Roadside Drug Testing, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 23 (2): 183-201.
Wilson, Laura A. 2011. Perceptions of legitimacy and strategies of resistance: Melbourne illicit-drug users and Random Roadside Drug Testing’. Current Issues in Criminal Justice 23(2): 183-201
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.
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.
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: pp. . 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.
Skinner, Anthea. (under review). ‘The Girl I Left Behind Me’ – Appropriation of popular song by the British Military. In The Nineteenth-Century Songster: A Cultural History
Veerapen, Maeva. 2011. Encountering Oneself and the Other: A Case Study of Identity Formation in Second Life. In A. Peachey and M. Childs, eds, Reinventing Ourselves: Contemporary Concepts of Identity in Virtual Worlds, pp.81-100.Dordrecht/New York: Springer.
Refereed conference papers:
Athukorala, Handun. ‘Mutable Identities: Dimensions of Identity Shift of Sri Lankan Australians’, The Australian Sociological Association 2010 Conference Proceedings: ‘Social Causes, Private Lives’. TASA: Melbourne.http://www.tasa.org.au/uploads/2008/12/Athukorala-Handun-Rasari.pdf
Bos, Joanette.J., Brown, R.R., Farrelly., M.A. and de Haan., F.J. 2012. Governance experimentation: A descriptive analysis of translating sustainable urban water management in practice. Paper to be presented at the 7th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design, 21-23 February 2012, Melbourne, Australia
Cosgrove, Bryony. ‘The Creation of Rachel Henning: Personal Correspondence to Publishing Phenomenon’, ASAL Conference ‘Archive Madness’, Sydney, July 2010.
Cosgrove, Bryony. ‘A Novel Experience: Editing the Letters of Barbara Blackman and Judith Wright into a Narrative’, AHA Biennial Conference: ‘ReViewing History’, Perth, July 2010.
Cosgrove, Bryony. ‘Missing in Action, Caught on Film: Silent Film Actor Andre de Beranger goes to War, ANZ Biennial Film and History Conference, Sydney, December 2010.
Skinner, Anthea. 2012. “Freaks of Nature: The Influence of 19th Century Freak Shows of 21st Century Crip Culture.” The Politics of Music, 35th Annual Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, ANU, Canberra, 3-5 December, Winner of the 2012 Musicological Society of Australia’s Student Prize.
Skinner, Anthea. 2012. The band aboard HMAS Sydney II. Revisions: Proceedings of the 2010 Joint Conference of MSA and NZMS, 2-4 December 2010, Dunedin, New Zealand. Accepted November 2011
Wilson, Laura. “Drug users” perceptions of drug driving post the introduction of Random Roadside Drug Testing in Melbourne, Victoria’. In Electronic Proceedings (CD-Rom) of the 15th International Conference Road Safety on Four Continents, 28-30 March 2010, Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates. VTI National Transport Authority: Linkoping, Sweden.
Non-refereed conference papers
Gugleta, Zdravka. 2011. The Image in the Poetry of Vasko Popa and Charles Simic: A Transcultural Mythopoesis.ASEEES 43rd Annual Convention, 17-20 November, Omni Shoreham, Washington, DC.
Walker, David. and Vandeloo, T. 2011. Shaping global development futures from Downunder ACFID Universities Linkage Network Conference. 12-13 December, Deakin University, Melbourne.
Walker, David., Rogers, P. and Westhorp, G. 2011. Drawing on partnerships to build knowledge about effective development: A realist synthesis of community accountability initiatives aimed at improving educational outcomes. ACFID Universities Linkage Network Conference. 12-13 December, Deakin University, Melbourne.
Any other publications – letters to editors, news articles, radio commentaries etc.
Cosgrove, Bryony. 2010. ‘Welcome to New York City’, Verge 2010: Other Places. Monash University: Clayton.
Burns, Melanie C. Radio commentary: ‘Why We Swear’ 89.7 Eastside FM (Sydney) 2010.
Gugleta, Zdravka. (forthcoming). Milan Orlic: Postmodernist Longing for Sense. (translation and commentary) AALITRA Review. Accepted December 2011.
Noske, Catherine, 2012. ‘Limits’, Visible Ink: Fleshy Husks and Brittle Bones, 24, pp.
Wilson, Laura A. 2011. Confessions of a celebrity ‘drug addict’, Alternative Law Journal, 36 (1): 52-53.
Burns, Melanie C. 2009. One Childhood, Multiple Languages: The Advantages of a Bilingual Upbringing, Mamizeit (website), available at http://www.mamizeit.com/education/bilingual_upbringing.html
Burns, Melanie C. 2009. Becoming bilingual: How to help children learn more than one language, Mamizeit (website), available at http://www.mamizeit.com/education/becoming_bilingual.html
Note: Above information accurate as of January 2012
Back to GRiP page
Graduate Career Preparation Program
This program consists of two modules: Module I: Graduate Employability Skills Who will benefit from…
The Meeting Planner is a tool for candidates and supervisors to assist effective management of…
Writing your Human Research Ethics Application
Who will benefit from this training? This training module is for HDRs in the Faculty…
Data Management for Arts Researchers
Research in the disciplines represented in the Faculty of Arts increasingly involves collecting large bodies…
Thesis Writing Workshops
Thesis Writing Workshops are available to graduate research students in the Faculty of Arts. The…
Graduate Researchers in Print (GRiP)
GRiP is an innovative program for Higher Degree Research candidates to encourage and mobilise them to…