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  • Spurr, S (University of Sydney, 2004-01)
    Book Review/Commentary of 'Skateboarding, Space and the City' by Ian Borden
  • Price, J (Canberra Times, 2007-01)
    Background As the news has the power to set the public agenda, significant gaps in the news media can contribute to policy neglect. The has author identified a significant gap in the newsmedia - there are columnists who ...
  • Carey, G (ABC Books, 2006-01)
    Background The essay is a form of literature that has a strong history in England and the United States but the form is not so strong in Australia. The popular understanding of an essay is a style and form that is overly ...
  • Barrell, A (Griffith University, 2008-01)
    When Formula One 'supremo' Max Mosley successfully sued Britain's News ofthe World (NoW) for its invasion of his 'privacy' in 2008 (he was secretly filmed in the company of five hired handmaidens administering stern ...
  • Dwyer, CM (ABC Radio National, 2004-01)
    This program was a collaboration with the Australian war artist George Gittoes. about the uses of music by US troops in the Iraq war. The program used interviews, music and sound recorded by Gittoes for his film of the ...
  • Dwyer, CM (ABC Radio National, 2005-01)
    Description: A two part series exploring the ethical issues and conflicts around the use of sperm in assisted reproduction, and the cultural anxieties surrounding debates over parenthood. Part one compares the legal framework ...
  • Macris, A (Central Queensland University Press, 2006-01)
    Spider's Lane is a chapter from my novel-in-progress, Great Western Highway. In traditional novelistic terms, it deals with the novel's love story, as a young Sydney couple comes to grips with the decision to start a family ...
  • Beilharz, KA (Australian Music Centre, 2008-01)
    Background This is a solo flute work of approximately 5 minute's duration. It was composed for a senior high school student completing the performance part of the HSC curriculum. Contribution This work contributes to the ...
  • Price, J (The Canberra Times, 2006-01)
    Background In 2006, political and religious voices were gaining more coverage than scientists in the stem cell debate. This investigation, consisting of features and a news story in the Canberra Times, focussed on representing ...
  • Neumark, N; Miranda, MC (Wollongong City Gallery, )
    An ongoing cross-media project sparked by the terrifying spectre of global cimate change.
  • Neumark, N; Miranda, M (Pictura Gallery, the Netherland, )
  • Morton, T (ABC, 2005-01)
    The program was produced for Background Briefing, ABC Radio Nationalâs flagship investigative journalism program. The programs listed below are each 54 minutes in duration and the product of 6-7 weeks of intensive research, ...
  • Caines, C (Blacktown Arts Centre, )
  • Morton, T (ABC, 2007-01)
    The 2 x 50 minute documentaries detailed below, both broadcast on ABC Radio National, explore a wide range of issues relating to sustainable agriculture, use of water resources, environmental policy, environmental history, ...
  • The Field 
    Caines, C; O'Neill, SP; Tyrell, J (2009-01)
    The Field - an improvised audiovisual performance by Chris Caines, Shannon o'Neill and Jes Tyrrell. This performance will take place at 8pm on Thursday the 25th of June in the Bon Marche Studio, UTS. It is part of the ...
  • Barrell, A (Griffith University, 2008-01)
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  • Falconer, DC (Black Inc., 2003-01)
    The essay 'The Historical Novel in Australia' was an intervention into a debate, initiated by novelist Malcolm Knox, that too many historical novels were being published in Australia, to the detriment of an engaged realism. ...
  • Adelaide, D (Picador, 2008-01)
    This is a major creative work, a novel of approximately 100,000 words. It was first published in Australia, the United Kingdom and New Zealand in May 2008, and has since been published in: Germany, France, the Netherlands, ...
  • Gibson, SC (Ronin Films, 2005-01)
    Background The Hundredth Room is a 20 minute essay documentary that explores the experience of grief. Contribution Sarah Gibson is the researcher, writer, director and narrator of the documentary and contributor of original ...
  • Falconer, DC (Picador, 2005-01)
    The Lost Thoughts of Soldiers is a novel based on historical research in the US, and was published in hard cover by Picador Australia in 2005; it was republished in 2006 in paperback as The Lost Thoughts of Soldiers and ...