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2022-01-03Passport Struggles: Lawful Documents and the Politics of Recognition and RefusalDehm, S; Biber, K; Vaughan, P; Luker, P
2022-01-01The Historian as Document Producer: A Critical Reflection on the Production of Oral History Timed SummariesStein, JA; Biber, K; Vaughan, PD; Luker, T
2021-12-31Historio-graphic: Knowledge design methods for interpreting documentsBurdick, A; Lorber-Kasunic, J; Sweetapple, K; Biber, K; Devii Vaughan, P; Luker, T
2021-12-30What is a bogus document? Refugees, race and identity documents in Australian migration lawVogl, A; Biber, K; Vaughan, P; Luker, P
2021-12-30Treaty Documents: Materialising International Legal AgreementHohmann, J; Biber, K; Luker, T; Vaughan, P
2020-01-20Prosecution Project: archive reviewBiber, K
2019-12-01Dignity in the digital age: Broadcasting the Oscar Pistorius trialBiber, K
2019-11-08Little Clues: Frances Glessner Lee's Archives of Domestic HomicideBiber, K
2019-08-01The Pixelated Prisoner: Prison Video Links, Court 'Appearance' and the Justice MatrixBiber, K
2019In Crime's Archive: The Cultural Afterlife of EvidenceBiber, K
2019Dark Archive: The Afterlife of Forensic PhotographsBiber, K; Brett, DW; Lusty, N
2018-11-01Evidence in the museum: Curating a miscarriage of justiceBiber, K
2018-04-13The art of bureaucracy: Redacted ready-madesBiber, K
2017-10-24The Archival Turn in Law: The papers of Lindy Chamberlain in the National Library of AustraliaBiber, K
2017-04-03The Cultural Afterlife of Criminal EvidenceBiber, K; Rafter, N; Brown, M
2016-03-04Book Review: Such Slow Murder: Feminism, Moral Panic and Homicidal Women. (Review of 'Female Criminality' by A. Cossins).Biber, K; Loughnan, A; Quilter, J
2015-07-24Peeping: Open justice and law's voyeursBiber, K
2014-01-02Evidence and the Archive: Ethics, Aesthetics, and EmotionBiber, K; Luker, T
2014-01Inside Jill Meagher's Handbag: Looking at Open JusticeBiber, K
2013-11-01In crime's archive: The cultural afterlife of criminal evidenceBiber, K