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Linda Briskman

Books

Allan, J., Briskman, L. and Pease, B. (2009) Critical Social Work: Theories and practices for a socially- just world, 2nd edition, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

Briskman, L., Latham, S. and Goddard, C. (2008) Human Rights Overboard: Seeking asylum in Australia Scribe Publishing, Melbourne.

Babacan, A. and Briskman, L. (2008), Asylum seekers: International perspectives on interdiction and deterrence, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.

Briskman, L. (2007) Social Work with Indigenous Communities, Federation Press, Sydney.

Briskman, L. (2003) The Black Grapevine: Aboriginal Activism and the Stolen Generations, Federation Press, Sydney.

Briskman, L. and Muetzelfeldt, M. (eds) (2003) Moving Beyond Managerialism in Human Services, Informit, Melbourne.

Allan, J., Pease, B. and Briskman L. (eds) (2003) Critical Social Work: An Introduction to Theories and Practices, Allen & Unwin, Sydney.

Briskman, L. and Lyn, M. (1999) Challenging Rural Practice: Change, Creativity and Diversity in the Australian Context, Deakin University Press, Geelong.

Book chapters

Briskman L, Fiske L. (2013) ‘Critical social work with refugees and asylum seekers’. In Harms L, Marie C (eds), Social work : Contexts and practice, 3rd ed. South Melbourne, Vic.: Oxford University Press.

Fleay, C. & Briskman, L. (2011) ‘Human Rights Education at Curtin University: The interconnections of education, research and advocacy’, in Human Rights Education in Asia-Pacific, vol. 2, Hurights Osaka, Osaka.

Briskman, L. and Jesus Unz Peman, M.  (2011) ‘Respecting rights’ in S. Banks and K. Nohr (eds) Practising Social Work Ethics: International cases and commentaries, Routledge, London.

Briskman, L. (2011) ‘Migrants and refugees’ , in J. Maidment and U. Bay (eds), Social work in rural and remote Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

Briskman, L. (2010) ‘Restoring the rights of asylum seekers’ in A. Babacan and Singh, S.  (eds) Migration, belonging and the nation state, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.

Briskman, L. and Dimasi, M. (2010) ‘Not quite Australia: Asylum seekers on an exceptional island’, in S.Perera, S. Summers and G. Seal(eds) Enter At Own Risk? Australia’s Population Questions for the 21st Century, Black Swan Press, Perth.

Briskman, L. (2010) ‘Nation’, in I. Shaw, B. Briar-Lawson, J. Orme and R. Ruckdeschel(eds) Sage Handbook of Social Work Research, Sage Publications, London.

Briskman, L. (2010) ‘Academics and the media’ in C. Rau (ed) Dealing with the Media, UNSW Press, Sydney.

Briskman, L. (2009) ‘Refugee activism and social work’ in M. Henrickson, C. Noble and Han, I.Y (eds) Social work education: Voices from the Asia Pacific, Vulgar Press, Melbourne.

Briskman, L. and Libesman, T. (2009) ‘Indigenous Australians’, in P. Swain and S. Rice (eds) In The Shadow of the Law, 3rd edition, The Federation Press, Sydney.

Briskman, L. (2009) ‘Nation’, in I. Shaw, B. Briar-Lawson, J. Orme and R. Ruckdeschel (eds) Sage Handbook of Social Work Research, Sage Publications, London.

Nipperess, S. and Briskman, L. (2009) ‘Human rights and critical social work’, in J. Allan, L. Briskman and B. Pease (eds) Critical Social Work: Theories and practices for a socially- just world, Revised Edition, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

Fejo-King, C. and Briskman, L. (2009) ‘Indigenous Australians: Challenging the policy discourse through anti-colonial resistance’, in J. Allan, J., L. Briskman and B. Pease (eds) Critical Social Work: Theories and practices for a socially-just world, Revised, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

Briskman, L. (2009) ‘Academic activism for political change: Opposing mandatory detention of asylum seekers’, in D. Bennett, J. Earnest, J. and M. Tanji, M. (eds) People, place and power: Regional and international perspectives, Black Swan Press, Perth, pp 239-261.

Fiske, L. and Briskman, L. (2009) ‘The empire strikes back – refugees, race and the reinvention of empire’, in D. Bennett, J. Earnest, J. and M. Tanji (eds) People, place and power: Regional and international perspectives, Black Swan Press, Perth, pp 217- 238.

Briskman, L and Fiske, L. (2008) ‘Working with refugees’ in Conolly, M. & Harms, L. (eds) Social Work: Contexts and Practice, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne.

Fiske, L. and Briskman, L. (2008) ‘Teaching Human Rights at University: Critical pedagogy in action’ in Offord, B. and Newell, C. (eds) Activating Human Rights in Education: Exploration, Innovation and Transformation, Australian College of Educators.

Briskman, L. (2008) ‘Decolonizing Social Work in Australia’ in M. Gray, J. Coates and M. Yellow Bird (eds) Indigenous social work around the world: Towards culturally relevant education and practice, Ashgate Press, Aldershot.

Briskman, L. and Fiske, L. (2008) ‘Teaching human rights at University: Critical pedagogy in action’, in C. Newell and B. Offord (eds) Activating Human Rights in Education: Exploration and Innovation, Australian College of Educators, Canberra.

Briskman, L. (2008) ‘Detention as deterrence’ in A. Babacan and L. Briskman (eds) Asylum seekers: International perspectives on interdiction and deterrence, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.

Babacan, A. and Briskman, L. (2008) ‘The future for asylum seekers in a changing world’ in A. Babacan and L. Briskman (eds) International perspectives on interdiction and deterrence of asylum seekers, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle.

Briskman, L. and Babacan, A. (2008) ‘Turning away thy neighbour’, in A. Babacan and L. Briskman (eds) Asylum seekers: International perspectives on interdiction and deterrence, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge.

Briskman, L. and Libesman, T. (2008) ‘Indigenous Australians’ in P. Swain and S. Rice (eds) In the shadow of the law, 3rd edition, The Federation Press, Sydney.

Briskman, L. (2007) ‘Decolonizing Social Work in Australia’ in J. Coates and M. Gray (eds), Indigenous Social Work Practice and Education and Practice Around the World, Ashgate.

Briskman, L. (2007) ‘Human rights and social work – A global perspective’, invited chapter in R. Lutz and L. Wagner (eds), International Perspectives in Social Work. Verlag Fur Interkulturelle Kommunikation, Frankfurt Am Main.

Briskman, L. (2007) ‘A tale of two racisms’ in Gopalkrishnan, N. and Babacan, H. (eds) Racisms in the New World Order, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge.

Briskman, L. and Goddard, C. (2007) ‘Not in my name: The people’s inquiry into immigration detention’, in Lusher, D. and Haslam, N. (eds) Seeking asylum in Australia, The Federation Press, Sydney.

Fraser, H. and Briskman, L. (2005) ‘Through the eye of a needle: The challenge of getting justice in Australia if you’re indigenous or seeking asylum’, in I. Ferguson, M. Lavalette and E. Whitmore (eds) Globalisation, Global Justice and Social Work, Routledge, London.

Briskman, L. (2005) ‘Pushing Ethical Boundaries for Children and Families: Confidentiality, Transparency and Transformation’, in R. Adams (ed) Social Work Futures, Palgrave, Hampshire.

Journal articles

Fleay, Caroline; Cokley, John; Dodd, Andrew; Briskman, Linda and Larry Schwartz. (2016) “Missing the Boat: Australia and asylum seeker deterrence messaging.” International Migration, 54, 4 : 60–73.

Fiske, L. Briskman, L. and Dimasi, M. (2012) “Collateral Damage: The impact of Australian asylum seeker policy on Christmas Islanders (2001-2011)Shima. The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures 6(2), pp. 99 – 115.

Briskman, L., Zion, D. and Loff, B. (2010) ‘Challenge and Collusion: Health professionals and immigration detention’, The International Journal of Human Rights, 14 (7), pp. 1092-1106.

Zion, D., Briskman, L., Loff, B. (2010) ‘Returning to history: The ethics of researching asylum seeker health in Australia’, American Journal of Bioethics, 10 (2), pp. 48-56.

Dimasi, M. and Briskman, L. (2010) ‘Let them land: Christmas Islander responses to Tampa’, Journal of Refugee Studies, 23 (2), pp. 119-218.

Zion, D., Briskman, L. and Loff, B. (2009), ‘Nursing in asylum seeker detention in Australia: Care, rights and witnessing, Journal of Medical Ethics, 35, pp. 546-551.

Surawski, N., Pedersen, A. and Briskman, L. (2008) ‘Resisting refugee policy: Stress and coping of refugee advocates’, The Australian Community Psychologist, 20 (2), pp. 16-29.

Pedersen, A., Kenny, M.A., Briskman, L. and Hoffman, S. (2008) ‘Working with Wasim: A confluence of community’, The Australian Community Psychologist, 20 (1), June, pp. 57-72.

Fiske, L. and Briskman, L.(2007) ‘Rights and responsibilities: Reclaiming human rights in political discourse’, Just Policy, No. 43. April, pp. 50 – 54.

Briskman, L and Cemlyn, S. (2005) ‘Reclaiming humanity for asylum seekers: A social work response’, International Social Work, 48(6), pp.1-11.

Caroline Fleay

Books

Fleay, Caroline. Australia and Human Rights: Situating the Howard Government, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010.

Book chapters

Fleay, C. (2016) ‘Bearing Witness and the Intimate Economies of Immigration Detention Centres in Australia’, in Deirdre Conlon and Nancy Hiemstra (eds) Intimate Economies of Immigration Detention: Critical Perspectives, Oxford: Routledge.

Fleay, C., Rezaie, N.A. & Hartley, L. (2015). ‘Hidden: Living Behind Bricks and Wire’, in Julianne Schultz and Anna Haebich (eds) Griffith Review 47: Looking West, Melbourne: TEXT Publishing.

Fleay, C. (2011) ‘The Limits of Transnational Human Rights Activism and China – From Tiananmen Square to the Beijing Olympics’, in Thomas Olesen (ed.) Power and Global Activism, Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge.

Fleay, C. & Briskman, L. (2011) ‘Human Rights Education at Curtin University: The interconnections of education, research and advocacy’, in Human Rights Education in Asia-Pacific, vol. 2, Hurights Osaka, Osaka.

Special Issues

Fleay, Caroline and Lisa K. Hartley. (2016) Guest editors, special issue, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 8, 2.

Journal articles

Hartley, Lisa, Fleay, Caroline & Tye, Marian (2017). Exploring physical activity engagement and barriers for asylum seekers in Australia coping with prolonged uncertainty and no right to work. Health and Social Care in the Community, 2017.

Fleay, Caroline; Cokley, John; Dodd, Andrew; Briskman, Linda and Larry Schwartz. (2016) “Missing the Boat: Australia and asylum seeker deterrence messaging.” International Migration, 54, 4 : 60–73.

Fleay, Caroline and Lisa K. Hartley. (2016) “The regional impacts of Australian asylum seeker policies: What ‘stopping the boats’ means for people seeking asylum in our region.” Academy of the Social Sciences Australia Academy Papers, Canberra, 2.

Fleay, Caroline and Lisa K. Hartley.(2016) “Limited resettlement and ongoing uncertainty: Responses to and experiences of people seeking asylum in Australia and Indonesia.” Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 8, 2.

Fleay, Caroline; Lumbus, Anita, and Lisa K. Hartley.(2016) “People seeking asylum in Australia and their access to employment: Just what do we know?” Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 8, 2: 63–83.

Fleay, C., Cokley, J., Dodd, A., Briskman, L. & Schwartz, L. (2016 forthcoming) ‘Missing the Boat: Australia and asylum seeker deterrence messaging’, International Migration.

Fleay, C. (2015) ‘The Limitations of Monitoring Immigration Detention in Australia’, Australian Journal of Human Rights, 21(1): 21-46.

Fleay, C. & Hartley, L. (2015) ‘“I Feel Like a Beggar”: Asylum Seekers Living in the Australian Community Without the Right to Work’, Journal of International Migration and Integration, July.

Soldatic, K., Somers, K., Buckley, A. & Fleay, C. (2015) ‘“Nowhere to be Found”: Disabled Refugees and Asylum Seekers within the Australian Resettlement Landscape’, Disability and the Global South, Special issue: Disability and Forced Migration, 2(1): 501-522.

Fleay, C. & Hoffman, S. (2014) ‘Despair as a Governing Strategy: Australia and the Offshore Processing of Asylum Seekers on Nauru’, Refugee Survey Quarterly, 33(2): 1-19.

Fleay, C., Hartley, L. & Kenny, M. (2013) ‘Refugees and Asylum Seekers Living in the Australian Community: The Importance of Work Rights and Employment Support’, Australian Journal of Social Issues, 48(4): 473-493.

Hartley, L., Pedersen, A., Fleay, C. & Hoffman, S. (2013) ‘“The Situation is Hopeless, We Must Take the Next Step”: Reflecting on Social Action by Academics in Asylum Seeker Policy Debate’, Australian Community Psychologist, 25, 22-37.

Fleay, C. & Briskman, L. (2013) ‘The Hidden Men’, Refugee Survey Quarterly, 32, 112-129.

Fleay, C. (2012) ‘Transnational Activism, Amnesty International and Human Rights in China: The Implications of Consistent Civil and Political Rights Framing’ International Journal of Human Rights, 16(7), 915-930.

Fleay, C. (2008) ‘Engaging in Human Rights Diplomacy: The Australia-China Bilateral Dialogue Approach’, International Journal of Human Rights Vol. 12, No. 2: 233-252.

Fleay, C. (2006) ‘Australian Foreign Policy, Human Rights in China and the Spiral Model’, Australian Journal of Political Science Vol. 41, No. 1: 71-89.

Fleay, C. (2006) ‘Human Rights, Transnational Actors and the Chinese Government: Another Look at the Spiral Model’, Journal of Global Ethics Vol. 2, No. 1: 43-65.

Reports

Fleay, Caroline. “Repeating Despair on Nauru: The Impacts of Offshore Processing on Asylum Seekers.” Paper for Federal Members of Parliament, September 2012.

Other writing

Fleay, Caroline; Kerr, Thor; Offord, Baden; Perera, Suvendrini, and Graham Seal. Contributors to, “An Open Letter To Australia’s Prime Minister And Political Leaders On Racial Intolerance”. The Insider: The Official New Matilda Blog, 1 August 2016.

Hartley, Lisa and Caroline Fleay. “FactCheck Q&A: do refugees cost Australia $100m a year in welfare, with an unemployment rate of 97%?”  The Conversation, 15 February 2016.

Kenny, M., Fleay, C. & Hartley, L. (2014) ‘“Enhanced screening” of Sri Lankan national children who arrive by boat’, Submission to Australian Human Rights Council’s National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention, 2 June.

Fleay, C. (2014) Lessons in Others’ Kindness. The Weekend West, 14-15 June, p. 116.

Hartley, Lisa K. and Caroline Fleay, “Policy as Punishment: Asylum seekers in the community without the right to work“,  Australian Policy Online, February 2014.

  • Voted second in Australian Policy Online Best Resource Award 2014
  • Second Most Viewed Australian Policy Online Research Publication 2014

Fleay, Caroline. “Book review: Alternatives to offshore processing.Australian Policy Online, 5 February 2014.

Hartley, L. & Fleay, C. (2012) Released but Not Yet Free: Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the Community after Long-term Detention. Australian Policy Online, 31 December:

Fleay, C. (2012) Repeating Despair on Nauru: The Impacts of Offshore Processing on Asylum Seekers.

Fleay, C. (2012). Transnational Activism and the Defining of Human Rights in China’, Human Rights Defender 21(2), 22-24.

Fleay, C. & Briskman, L. (2011) The Hidden Men: A Report to the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship on Visits to the Curtin Immigration Detention Centre, November.

Centre for Human Rights Education, Curtin University, and Asylum Seekers Christmas Island 2011. Joint Submission to Joint Select Committee on Australia’s Immigration Detention Network, August.

Fleay, C. (2011) ‘What Happens in Curtin, Stays at Curtin’, The Drum Opinion, 17 November.

Briskman, L. & Fleay, C. (2011) ‘The Anonymous Man’, The Drum Opinion, 18 October.

Fleay, C. (2011) ‘Inhumane Detention’, The Drum Opinion, 14 June.

Fleay, C. & Boydell, N. (2011) ‘The men hidden from view’, The Drum Opinion, 8 February.

Briskman, L. & Fleay, C. (2011) ‘Australia’s human rights record has not improved since the Tampa’, The Conversation, 26 August.

Fleay, C. and Sharin, N. (2010) ‘Indigenous dispossession continues apace in BangladeshOnline Opinion, 21 October.

Fleay, C. (2010) ‘Who’s afraid of human rights?Australian Policy Online, 30 April.

Conferences, keynote presentations, seminars, workshops and public talks

Caroline Fleay, Keynote speech at the 2017 Grace Vaughan Annual Lecture, ‘Families Still Seeking Asylum: Political Impacts and Community Responses in Australia’, University of Western Australia, 15 March 2017.

Caroline Fleay co-moderated the panel ‘How do we Create Change? Exploring Different Approaches’ at the Refugee Alternatives Conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 23 February 2017.

Caroline Fleay, launched ‘Seeking Refuge WA‘ crowdfunding campaign, following The Honourable Michael Kirby’s presentation at the ‘Seeking Refuge in Australia’ public event at Curtin University, 17 February 2017.

Fleay, C. ‘Refugee Activism and the Challenges of Overthrowing “Stop the Boats”’. Paper presented at InASA Conference ‘Re-imagining Australia’: Encounter, Recognition, Responsibility. Fremantle, 8 December 2016.

Fleay, C. ‘Unsettling Assumptions about People Seeking Asylum and their Access to Employment’. Paper presented at From Surviving to Thriving: Inclusive Work and Economic Security for Refugees and People Seeking Asylum, Brotherhood of St Laurence Research Forum. University of Melbourne, 7 December 2016.

Fleay, C. ‘Setting the Political Scene’. Presentation at seminar Refugee Experiences: The Right to Thrive, Not Just Survive. Curtin University, 10 November 2016.

Caroline Fleay, Lisa Hartley and William Maley, co-convenors, The Regional Impacts of Australia’s Asylum Seeker Policies’ Workshop, Swinburne University, Melbourne, 31 August 2015.

Caroline Fleay and Mary Anne Kenny, ‘A review of the research on forced movement and policy responses.’ Paper presented at The Regional Impacts of Australia’s Asylum Seeker Policies’ Workshop, Swinburne University, Melbourne, 31 August 2015.

Caroline Fleay, ‘Engaging with the Media.’ Overview of experiences for a Humanities Media Training session, Curtin University, 14 August 2015.

Fleay, C. Keynote Presentation at ‘Sustaining Diversity through Human Rights: Connecting Global and Local’. Seminar, University of Sunshine Coast, 27 May 2015.

Fleay, C. ‘Shrinking Protection Spaces in Australia’. The Third International Conference on Human Rights and Peace & Conflict in Southeast Asia, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 16 October 2014.

Fleay, C. & Hartley, L. ‘Mobilities and Immobilities: Asylum Seekers in the Indian Ocean Region’, Indian Ocean Futures Conference, Fremantle, 26 March 2014.

Fleay, C. ‘Missing the Boat: Deterrence Measures and the Mobility of Asylum Seekers’, Mobile Cultures Symposium, University of Western Australia, November 2013.

Fleay, C. ‘Bearing Witness to Mandatory Detention: Asylum Seeker Research and Representation’, Representations of Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Researchers for Asylum Seekers Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Melbourne, September 2013.

Fleay, C. ‘Business as Usual: The Normalisation of Immigration Detention in Australia’, The Politics of Detention Seminar, University of York, July 2013.

Fleay, C. ‘Attempts to Tame the State: Monitoring Immigration Detention in Australia’, Protection of Human Rights: Institutions and Practices Conference, St Petersburg, June 2013.

Fleay, C. & Hartley, L. ‘Bearing Witness’ Australia-Asia-Pacific Institute Seminar, Curtin University, August 2012.

Fleay, C. ‘Australian Governments and Asylum Seekers: Lessons to be Learned’, Refugee Conference, Sydney, June 2011.

Fleay, Caroline ‘Australia and Asylum Seekers: Situating the Gillard Government’, Presentation at the Refugee Conference, University of New South Wales, 15 June 2011.

Fleay, C. ‘Transnational Activism, Amnesty International and Human Rights in China’, Centre for Advanced Studies in Australia,  Asia and Pacific Seminar, October 2010.

Fleay, C. ‘Communicative Power and Amnesty International’ at International Peace Research Association’s Communicating Peace Conference, Sydney, July 2010.

Fleay, C. ‘Transnational Activism and Human Rights in China’ at 4th Oceanic Conference on International Studies, Auckland, June 2010.

Fleay, C. ‘Who’s Afraid of Human Rights? Reflections on the Human Rights Charter Debate in Australia’, keynote address at Community Legal Centres Association (WA) Conference, May 2010.

Fleay, C. ‘Refugee Activism and the Howard Government Backbenchers’, Centre for Advanced Studies of Australia, Asia and Pacific Seminar, December 2009.

Fleay, C. ‘Control and Deterrence – Australia’s Responses to Refugees’, International Conference on New Directions in Humanities, Beijing, June 2009.

Fleay, C. ‘The Containment of Human Rights’, Activating Human Rights and Peace Conference, Byron Bay, July 2008.

Fleay, C. ‘Australian Responses to Asylum Seekers and Refugees – The Significance of the Howard Government Backbenchers’ Dissent’, Oceanic Conference on International Studies, Brisbane, July 2008.

Fleay, C. ‘The Australia-China Technical Cooperation Program’ at Oceanic Conference on International Studies, Melbourne, July 2006.

Fleay, C. ‘Transnational Human Rights Networks and Human Rights in China’ public seminar for the Centre for the Study of Global Ethics, University of Birmingham, March 2006.

Fleay, C. ‘Human Rights in Australia-China Relations’ seminar for the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent, February 2006.

Fleay, C. ‘Responses to China’s Human Rights Practices – Another Look at the Spiral Model’ at British International Studies Association, Birmingham, December 2003.

Lisa Hartley

Book chapters

Fleay, Caroline, Rezaie, Nadir Ali and Lisa Hartley. “Hidden: Asylum seekers living behind bricks and wire.” Griffith Review 47: Looking West, edited by Julianne Schultz and Anna Haebich, 299–308. Melbourne, Vic.: TEXT Publishing, 2015.

Special Issues

Fleay, Caroline and Lisa K. Hartley. (2016) Guest editors, special issue, Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 8, 2.

Journal articles

Pedersen, A., & Hartley, L. (2017).  False beliefs about asylum seekers to Australia: The role of confidence in such beliefs, prejudice and the third person effect.  The Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 11.

Hartley, Lisa, Fleay, Caroline & Tye, Marian (2017). Exploring physical activity engagement and barriers for asylum seekers in Australia coping with prolonged uncertainty and no right to work. Health and Social Care in the Community.

Fleay, Caroline and Lisa K. Hartley. (2016) “The regional impacts of Australian asylum seeker policies: What ‘stopping the boats’ means for people seeking asylum in our region.” Academy of the Social Sciences Australia Academy Papers, Canberra, 2.

Fleay, Caroline and Lisa K. Hartley.(2016) “Limited resettlement and ongoing uncertainty: Responses to and experiences of people seeking asylum in Australia and Indonesia.” Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 8, 2.

Fleay, Caroline; Lumbus, Anita, and Lisa K. Hartley.(2016) “People seeking asylum in Australia and their access to employment: Just what do we know?” Cosmopolitan Civil Societies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 8, 2: 63–83.

Hartley, Lisa; Lala, Girish; McGarty, Craig, and Ngaire Donaghue. “How activists respond to social structure in offline and online contexts.” Journal of Social Issues, 72, 2 (2016): 376–398 | doi:  10.1111/josi.12171.

Pedersen, Anne and Lisa K. Hartley. “Can We Make a Difference? Prejudice Towards Asylum Seekers in Australia and the Effectiveness of Antiprejudice Interventions.” Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 9, 1 (2015): 1–14, doi: 10.1017/prp.2015.1.

Hartley, Lisa K. and Anne Pedersen. “Asylum seekers and resettled refugees in Australia: Predicting social policy support prejudice versus emotion.” Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 3, 1 (2015): 179–197, doi:10.5964/jspp.v3i1.476.

Jones, Sarah E. and Lisa K. Hartley. “Conferences, cultures and cutting: A review of Girl Summit 2014 and its approach to female genital cutting.” Gender Forum: An Internet Journal for Gender Studies, 54 (2015).

Fleay, Caroline and Lisa Hartley. “‘I Feel Like a Beggar’: Asylum seekers living in the Australian community without the right to work”. Journal of International Migration and Integration (2015): 1–18, doi: 10.1007/s12134-015-0453-x.

Fozdar, Farida and Lisa K. Hartley. “Civic and ethno belonging among recent refugees to Australia.” Journal of Refugee Studies, 27 (2014): 126–144, doi: 10.1093/jrs/fet018.

Fozdar, Farida and Lisa K. Hartley. “Housing and the creation of home for refugees in Western Australia.” Housing, Theory and Society, 31, 2 (2014): 148–173, doi: 10.1080/14036096.2013.830985.

Farida Fozdar, Spittles, Brian and Lisa Hartley. “Australia Day, flags on cars and Australian nationalism.” Journal of Sociology (2014): 1–20. Doi: 10.1177/1440783314524846

Fleay, Caroline, Hartley, Lisa and Mary Anne Kenny. “Refugees and asylum seekers living in the Australian community: The Importance of work rights and employment support.” Australian Journal of Social Issues, 48, 4 (2013, released April 2014): 473–93.

Hartley, Lisa. K., Pedersen, Anne; Fleay, Caroline and Sue Hoffman. “‘The situation is hopeless, we must take the next step’: Reflecting on social action by academics in asylum seeker policy debate.” The Australian Community Psychologist, 25, 2 (2013): 22–37.

Hartley, Lisa K., McGarty, Craig and Ngaire Donaghue. “Understanding disagreement within the majority about action to atone for past wrongs.Journal of Applied Social Psychology (2013), doi: 10.1111/jasp.12023.

Fozdar, Farida and Lisa K. Hartley. “Civic and ethno belonging among recent refugees to Australia.” Journal of Refugee Studies. First published online 15 October 2013, doi: 10.1093/jrs/fet018.

Fozdar, Farida and Lisa K. Hartley. “Housing and the Creation of Home for Refugees in Western Australia.” Housing, Theory and Society, 2013, doi: 10.1080/14036096.2013.830985.

Fozdar, Farida and Lisa K. Hartley. “Refugee resettlement in Australia: What we know and need to know.” Refugee Survey Quarterly: 32, 3 (2013): 23–51, doi: 10.1093/rsq/hdt009

Hartley, Lisa K. and Caroline Fleay. “Released but not yet free: Asylum seekers and refugees living in the community after long-term detention.Australian Policy Online. December, 2012.

Bliuc, Ana-Maria; McGarty, Craig; Hartley, Lisa and Daniela Muntele. “Manipulating National Identity: The strategic use of rhetoric by supporters and opponents of the ‘Cronulla riots’ in Australia.Ethnic and Racial Studies, 35, 12 (December 2012): 2174 –2194, doi: 10.1080/01419870.2011.600768

Hartley, Lisa; McGarty, Craig and Ngaire Donaghue. “Understanding disagreement within the majority about action to atone for past wrongs”. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43 (2013): E246-E261.

Bliuc, Ana-Marie; McGarty, Craig; Hartley, Lisa K. and Danielle Muntele-Hendres. “Collective action and the struggle to dominate national identity by opinion-based groups.” Racial and Ethnic Studies (in press).

Suhnan, Aries; Pedersen, Anne and Lisa K. Hartley. “Re-examining Prejudice against Asylum Seekers in Australia: The role of people smugglers, the perception of threat, and acceptance of false beliefs.” The Australian Community Psychologist, 24 (2012): 79–97.

Pedersen, Anne and Lisa K. Hartley. “Prejudice against Muslim Australians: The role of values, gender, and other social-psychological variables”. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 22, 3 (2012) 239–255.

Pedersen, Anne; Paradies, Yin; Hartley, Lisa K. and Kevin Dunn. “Bystander anti-prejudice and positivity towards different cultural ‘outgroups’”. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 5 (2011): 19–30.

Wastell, Colin; Etheridge, Mike; McMahon, Maureen; Lucas, Gillian and Lisa K. Hartley. “The impact of cognitive predispositions on exploration decisions in the minerals industry.” Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25 (2010): 469-479.

Pedersen, Anne; Aly, Anne; Hartley, Lisa K. and Craig McCarty. “An Intervention to Increase Positive Attitudes and Address Misconceptions About Australian Muslims: A Call for Education and Open Mindedness.” The Australian Community Psychologist, 212 (2009): 81–93.

Hartley, Lisa K. and Anne Pedersen. “Asylum seekers: How attributions and emotion affect Australians’ views on mandatory detention of ‘the other’”. Australian Journal of Psychology, 59 (2007):119–131.

[Non refereed] journal articles

Hartley, Lisa K; Pedersen, Anne and Justine Dandy. “Attitudes towards asylum seekers: Evaluating a mature-aged community education programme”. Racial Equality Teaching, 30 (2012): 34–38.

Research reports

Fozdar, Farida and Lisa K. Hartley. Refugee in Western Australia: Settlement and Integration. Report for Lotterywest funded research project, Western Australia (2012).

Other writing

Hartley, Lisa and Caroline Fleay. “FactCheck Q&A: do refugees cost Australia $100m a year in welfare, with an unemployment rate of 97%?”  The Conversation, 15 February 2016.

Anne Pedersen and Lisa Hartley. “What underlies public prejudice towards asylum seekers?” The Conversation, 12 May 2014.

Kenny, Mary Anne, Fleay, Caroline and Lisa K. Hartley. “Submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention,” June 2014.

Hartley, Lisa and Caroline Fleay, “Policy as Punishment: Asylum seekers in the community without the right to work“,  Australian Policy Online, February 2014.

Conferences, keynote presentations, seminars, workshops and public talks

Lisa Hartley, inaugural presentation, ‘Examining ethical and epistemological issues in human rights-oriented collaborative and community-based research’ at the Centre for Human Rights Education Research Seminar Series, Curtin University, Perth, 4 May 2017.

Caroline Fleay, Lisa Hartley and William Maley, coconvenors, The Regional Impacts of Australia’s Asylum Seeker Policies’ Workshop, Swinburne University, Melbourne, 31 August 2015.

Jim Ife

Book chapters

Kenny, M., Fiske, L., and Ife, J. (2002) ‘Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Law’ in Swain, P. (ed) In The Shadow of the Law: The Legal Context of Social Work Practice, Federation Press, Leichhardt.

Ife, J. (2002) ‘Community Development in the Global Environment: Holistic and Sustainable Responses’ invited chapter in Chandraratna, D. (ed) Essays on Social Development and Welfare in Sri Lanka, National Institute of Social Development, Colombo.

Kenny, M., L. Fiske, J. Ife, (2002) ‘Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Law’ in Swain, P. (ed), In The Shadow Of The Law (2nd ed). Federation Press.

Journal articles

Fiske, L. and Ife, J. (2006) ‘Human Rights and Community. The Community of Rights and the Community of Responsibilities’, International Social Work, Vol. 49, No. 3, May, pp. 297 – 308.

Mary Anne Kenny

Book chapters

Kenny M.A., Fiske L. (2013) ‘Regulation 5.35: Coerced treatment of detained asylum seekers on hunger strike. Legal, ethical and human rights implications’ in Juss S (ed), The Ashgate research companion to migration law, theory and policy. Farnham, England: Ashgate. 423-442.

Kenny, M, Pedersen A and Fozdar F, (2011) ‘An interdisciplinary approach to activism with asylum seekers and refugees in Australia’ in N. Balvin and D. Bretherton (Eds), Peace Psychology in Australia. New York: Springer Science and Business Media.

Kenny, M. and Fiske, L. (2008) ‘Social Work practice with Refugees and Asylum Seekers’ in Swain, P. and Rice, S. In The Shadow of the Law: The Legal Context of Social Work Practice. 3rd Ed. Federation Press, Leichhardt.

Kenny, M, Crock, M and Allison, F, (2008) ‘Children and Immigration and Citizenship Law’ in Monahan, G; Young, L (eds)  Children and the Law in Australia, LexisNexis.

Kenny, M, ‘Immigration’ in Ketley, H (ed) The WA Law Handbook 5th ed (Sussex Street Community Law Service, 2005) 393

Kenny, M, ‘Refugees’ in Ketley, H (ed) The WA Law Handbook 5th ed (Sussex Street Community Law Service, 2005) 545

Kenny, M, ‘Immigration Law’ in SCALES Community Legal Centre (eds) Lawyers Practice Manual Western Australia (Law Book Company, 2005) 18.1

Kenny, M., Fiske, L., and Ife, J. (2002) ‘Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Law’ in Swain, P. (ed) In The Shadow of the Law: The Legal Context of Social Work Practice, Federation Press, Leichhardt.

Kenny, M., L. Fiske, J. Ife, (2002) ‘Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Law’ in Swain, P. (ed), In The Shadow Of The Law (2nd ed). Federation Press.

Journal articles

Procter, N. G., Kenny, M. A., Eaton, H. and Grech, C. (2017), Lethal hopelessness: Understanding and responding to asylum seeker distress and mental deterioration. International Journal of  Mental Health Nursing. doi:10.1111/inm.12325

Kenny, M and Crock, M, (2012) ‘Rethinking the Guardianship of Refugee Children after the Malaysian Solution’ Sydney Law Review, 34 (3), 437 – 466.

Kenny, M (2008) ‘Detention Overboard? Not just yet…’, Immigration Review, 34.

Pedersen, A., Kenny, M.A., Briskman, L. and Hoffman, S. (2008) ‘Working with Wasim: A confluence of community’, The Australian Community Psychologist, 20 (1), June, pp. 57-72.

Kenny, M, (2007) ‘The Nairobi Code: A client centred approach to ethical conduct’, Immigration Review, 35, 12.

Kenny, M, (2007) ‘Cross-Cultural Communication in Immigration Practice’, Immigration Review, 33, 6.

Fiske, Lucy and Kenny, Mary Anne (2004) ‘Marriage of convenience’ or a ‘match made in heaven‘: lawyers and social workers working with asylum seekers, Australian Journal of Human Rights, 10(1), pp 137-157.

Kenny, M, Silove, D & Steele, Z, (2004) ‘Legal and ethical implications of medically enforced treatment of detained asylum seekers on hunger strike’. Medical Journal of Australia, 180, 237-240. (available online http://www.mja.com.au/public/issues/180_05_010304/ken10552_fm.html)

Kenny, M. (2003) ‘Terrorism and exclusion under the Refugee Convention’, Reform, 81, 37 – 42.

Kenny, M. (2002) ‘Force-feeding asylum seekers: Challenging the state’s authority to direct medical treatment’,  Alternative Law Journal, 27(3), 107-111.

Kenny, M. & Flynn, M., (2001) ‘Mass Migration and Hong Kong: An Australian Perspectives’, Alternative Law Journal, 26(4), 182-184.

Kenny, M. (2001) ‘Book Review: Borderline by Peter Mares’, Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law, 2(2), 144-148.

Kenny, M. (2001) ‘Australia and the Refugees Convention 50 years on’, Human Rights Defender, 10(2), 20-22.

Kenny, M. & Copeland, A. (2000) ‘Clinical Legal Education and Refugee Cases: Teaching law students about human rights’, Alternative Law Journal, 25(5), 252-253.

Other writing

Mary Anne Kenny, (2017), Explainer: how Australia decides who is a genuine refugee, The Conversation, 23 February 2017.

Alex Reilly and Mary Anne Kenny, (2017), A ‘tougher’ citizenship test should not be used to further divide and exclude, The Conversation, 10 January 2017.

Mary Anne Kenny and Nicholas Procter, (2016), Hope, certainty and trust: issues abound in US refugee resettlement deal, The Conversation, 1 December 2016.

Mary Anne Kenny, (2016), FactCheck: did boat arrivals spike around the same time Australia suspended live cattle exports to Indonesia in 2011?, The Conversation, 27 May 2016.

Mary Anne Kenny, (2015), FactCheck: how are the 12,000 extra refugees coming to Australia chosen?, The Conversation, 1 December 2015.

Mary Anne Kenny (2015), FactCheck Q&A: Has the number of asylum seeker children in detention declined?, The Conversation, 19 October 2015.

Mary Anne Kenny (2015), FactCheck: Does Australia take more refugees per capita through the UNHCR than any other country?, The Conversation, 8 September 2015.

Mary Anne Kenny (2015), FactCheck: is this the greatest period of humanitarian need since WWII?, The Conversation, 3 July 2015.

Fiona McGaughey and Mary Anne Kenny, (2015), Lashing out at the UN is not the act of a good international citizen, The Conversation, 10 March 2015.

Mary Anne Kenny, (2015), FactCheck: did 1200 refugees die at sea under Labor?, The Conversation, 3 March 2015.

Lucy Fiske, Mary Anne Kenny and Nicholas Procter, (2015), Manus Island hunger strikes are a call to Australia’s conscience, The Conversation, 19 January 2015.

Mary Anne Kenny and Nicholas Procter, (2014), ‘Fast track’ asylum processing risks fairness for efficiency, The Conversation, 8 December 2014.

Kenny, M (2012), ‘Chinese Refugees Risking Lives for Asylum in New Zealand‘, The Conversation, 11 April 2012.

Kenny, M. (2011), ‘Malaysia Solution no answer for child refugeesThe Drum, ABC, 6 June 2011.

Kenny M, ‘The Importance of Psychosocial support in the refugee status determination process’ (2011) paper for the Southern Refugee Law Network Website http://www.srlan.org

Conferences, keynote presentations, seminars, workshops and public talks

Caroline Fleay and Mary Anne Kenny, ‘A review of the research on forced movement and policy responses.’ Paper presented at The Regional Impacts of Australia’s Asylum Seeker Policies’ Workshop, Swinburne University, Melbourne, 31 August 2015.

Baden Offord

Books

Offord, Baden; Kerruish, Erika: Garbutt, Rob; Wessell, Adele and Kirsten Pavlovic. Inside Australian Culture: Legacies of Enlightenment Value. London: Anthem, 2015. ISBN 9781783084319 (Paperback Edition).

Offord, Baden; Kerruish, Erika: Garbutt, Rob; Wessell, Adele and Kirsten Pavlovic. Inside Australian Culture: Legacies of Enlightenment Value. London: Anthem, 2014. ISBN 9781783082315 (Hardback Edition).

Goh, Bee Chen; Offord, Baden and Rob Garbutt (eds). Activating Human Rights and Peace: Theories, Practices and Contexts. London: Ashgate Press, 2012.

Christopher Newell and Baden Offord (eds). Activating Human Rights in Education: Exploration, Innovation and Transformation. Deakin West, ACT: Australian College of Educators, 2008.

Anna Haebich and Baden Offord (eds). Landscapes of Exile: Once Perilous, Now Safe. London, Peter Lang, 2008.

Elizabeth Porter and Baden Offord (eds). Activating Human Rights. London: Peter Lang, 2006.

Offord, Baden. Homosexual Rights as Human Rights: Activism in Indonesia, Singapore and Australia. London: Peter Lang, 2003.

Book chapters

Offord, Baden. “Ramping up cultural studies: Paedagogy and the activation of knowledge.” In The Pedagogies of Cultural Studies edited by Andrew Hickey, 51–70. New York, NY: Routledge; 2016.

Offord, Baden. “Queer Activist Intersections in Southeast Asia: Human Rights and Cultural Studies.” Ways of Knowing about Human Rights in Asia, edited by Vera Mackie, 43–57. London: Routledge, 2015.

Offord, Baden and John Ryan. “Peace building education: enabling human rights and social justice through cultural studies pedagogy.” Activating Human Rights and Peace: Theories, Practices, Contexts, edited by Bee Chen Goh, Baden Offord and Rob Garbutt, 27–44. London: Ashgate, 2012.

Goh, Bee Chen; Baden Offord and Rob Garbutt. “Activating Human Rights and Peace: Overview.” Activating Human Rights and Peace: Theories, Practices, Contexts, edited by Bee Chen Goh, Baden Offord and Rob Garbutt, 1–12. London: Ashgate, 2012.

Offord, Baden, Rob Garbutt and Bee Chen Goh. “Activating Human Rights and Peace: Perspectives and Observations.” Activating Human Rights and Peace: Theories, Practices, Contexts, edited by Bee Chen Goh, Baden Offord and Rob Garbutt, 243–248. London: Ashgate, 2012.

Offord, Baden. “Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia: Arrested Development!” The Lesbian and Gay Movement and the State: Comparative insights into a transformed relationship, edited by Manon Tremblay, David Paternotte and Carol Johnson, 135–152. London: Ashgate, 2011.

Hawke, She and Baden Offord. “Queer(y)ing Pedagogy and Cultural Studies: Critical Reflections on Teaching Sexuality.” Queering Paradigms II: Interrogating Agendas, edited by Matt Ball and Burkhard Scherer, 191–208. New York: Peter Lang, 2011.

Offord, Baden “Australian Identity and Belonging at a Crossroads.”  Change – Conflict and Convergence: Austral–Asian Scenarios, edited by Cynthia van den Driesden 44–52. New Delhi: Orient Black Swan, 2010.

Biermann, Soenke; Rob Garbutt and Baden Offord. “Cultural Studies in Action: Principled Socially Inclusive Pedagogy and Higher Education Equity Projects.” Learning, Teaching, and Social Justice in Higher Education, edited by Noah Riseman, Sue Rechter and Ellen Warne 85–89. Melbourne: Melbourne Electronic Scholarly Publishing, 2010.

Offord, Baden. “The Queer(y)ing of Australian Public Culture Discourse: Activism, Rights Discourse, and Survival Strategies.” Creative Nation: Australian Cinema and Cultural Studies Reader, edited by Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal. New Delhi: SSS Publications, 2009.

Offord, Baden. “Surfing Towards Australian Androgyny: Aussie Bums on the beach.” As Others See Us: Postcolonial Perspectives on Australian Culture – the values debate, edited by V. D’Cruz, et al. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Press, 2008.

Kerruish, Erika; Baden Offord and Vin D’Cruz. “Common Values, Culturally Embedded Multiculturalism and the Necessary Other.” As Others See Us: Postcolonial Perspectives on Australia Culture – the values debate, edited by V. D’Cruz, et al. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Press, 2008.

Offord, Baden and Anna Haebich. “Introduction.” Landscapes of Exile, edited by Anna Haebich and Baden Offord, London: Peter Lang, 2008.

Offord, Baden. “Landscapes of Exile: Once Perilous, Now Safe.” Landscapes of Exile, edited by Anna Haebich and Baden Offord. London: Peter Lang, 2008.

Garbutt, Rob and Baden Offord. “Human rights and cultural studies: innovation through higher education equity support projects and community engagement.” Activating Human Rights in Education: Exploration, Innovation and Transformation, edited by Newell, Christopher and Baden Offord. Deakin, ACT: Australian College of Educators Annual Year Book: 2008.

Offord, Baden and Christopher Newell. “Introduction.” Activating Human Rights in Education: Exploration, Innovation and Transformation, edited by Newell, Christopher and Baden Offord. Deakin, ACT: Australian College of Educators Annual Year Book, 2008.

Offord, Baden and Elisabeth Porter. “Introduction.” Activating Human Rights, edited by Elisabeth Porter and Baden Offord. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2006.

Offord, Baden. “Activating Human Rights through Questions of Value and Activism.” Activating Human Rights, edited by Elisabeth Porter and Baden Offord, Oxford: Peter Lang, 2006.

Kostevc, Robert; Baden Offord and Leon Cantrell. “Teaching into and across Culture: Australia/Asia.” Teaching Australian Studies: teaching across cultures, edited by David Carter, Kate Darian-Smith and Gus Worby, 284–303. St Lucia: Queensland University Press, 2004.

Offord, Baden. “Mapping the Rainbow Region: Fields of Belonging and Sites of Confluence.” Belonging in the Rainbow Region, edited by Helen Wilson. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press, 2003.

Offord, Baden. “Saving the Earth from Tropical Fruits.” Belonging in the Rainbow Region, edited by Helen Wilson. Lismore: Southern Cross University Press, 2003.

Offord, Baden. “Singaporean queering of the Internet: towards a new form of cultural transmission of rights discourse.” Mobile Cultures: New Media and Queer Asia, edited by Fran Martin, Chris Berry and Audrey Yue. Durham, USA: Duke University Press,  2003.

Offord, Baden and Leon Cantrell. “Homosexual Rights as Human Rights in Indonesia and Australia.” Gay and Lesbian Asia: Culture, Identity, Community, edited by Peter Jackson and G. Sullivan. 233–252. New York: Haworth Press, 2001.

Offord, Baden. “Singapore.” Encyclopedia of Homosexuality: Gay History and Cultures, edited by G. Haggerty. New York: Garland Press, 2000.

Offord, Baden. “Asian Culture.” The Readers Guide to Lesbian and Gay Studies, edited by Timothy Murphy. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Press, 2000.

Offord, Baden and Leon Cantrell. “Unfixed in a Fixated World.” Multicultural Queer: Australian Narratives, edited by Peter Jackson and G. Sullivan, 207–220. New York: Haworth Press, 1999.

Special edited journal issues

Garbutt, Robb and Baden Offord (eds). “A Scholarly Affair: Activating Cultural Studies.” Special Double Issue, The Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies, 34, 1–2 (2012).

Baden Offord, Cooke, Grayson and Rob Garbutt.” A scholarly affair: Activating cultural studies in the wilds of the knowledge economy.” Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Special Issue,  26, 1 (2012).

Offord, Baden and Rob Garbutt (eds). A Scholarly Affair, Cultural Studies Association of Australasia 2010 National Conference Proceedings, Lismore, NSW: Southern Cross University, Centre for Peace and Social Justice and the School of Arts and Social Science, 2011.

Journal articles (refereed)

Langlois, A.J. ,Wilkinson, C.,Gerber, P.  and Offord, B., Community, identity, orientation: sexuality, gender and rights in ASEAN, The Pacific Review, (2017) 1-19.

Gerber, P., Wilkinson, C., Langlois,  A.J. and Offord, B., “Human rights in Papua New Guinea: is this where we should be settling refugees?” Australian Journal of Human Rights, 22 (1),(2016): 27-65.

Offord, Baden. “Belonging on the Edge of Australia: Narratives of Media, Representation and Surf Culture.” Journal of the Australian Studies Association of Japan, 28 (2015).

Offord  Baden. “Australia in the Asian Century: A Decolonizing and Cosmopolitan Perspective.” Pacific and American Studies, Vol. 14, (2014): 47–60.

Offord, Baden. “Queer(y)ing Illiberal Pragmatism in Singapore.” Cultural Studies Review, 20, 1 (2014): 314–319.

Offord, Baden. “Gender, Sexuality and Cosmopolitanism in Multicultural Australia: A case study.” Gender Equality and Multicultural Conviviality Journal, No 8 (2013): 6–21.

Offord, Baden. “Queer activist intersections in Southeast Asia: human rights and cultural studies.” Asian Studies Review. Special Issue: Human Rights in Asia, 37, 3 (2013): 335–349.

Offord, Baden. “Comments: Immigrants, Refugees, Citizenship International Migration to the Pacific Region.” Pacific and American Studies, 12, (2012): 54–57.

Offord, Baden; Grayson Cooke and Rob Garbutt.  “A Scholarly Affair: Activating Cultural Studies in the Wilds of the Knowledge Economy.Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 26, 1 (2012): 1–2. DOI: 10.1080/10304312.2012.645530.

Garbutt, Rob; and Baden Offord. “A Scholarly Affair: Activating Cultural Studies.” The Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies, 34, 1-2 (2012): 3–7. DOI: 10.1080/10714413.2012.643723.

Garbutt, Rob; Biermann, Soenke,  and Baden Offord. “Into the Borderlands: Unruly Pedagogy, Tactile Theory and the Decolonising Nation.” Unruly Pedagogies. Special Issue, Critical Arts: South-North Cultural and Media Studies, 26, 1 (2012): 62–81. DOI: 10.1080/02560046.2012.663160

Offord, Baden. “The Village in the Jungle.” Coolabah, Journal of Australian Studies. Observatori: Centre d’Estudis Australians,  Universitat de Barcelona, 4 (2011): 182–194.

Offord, Baden and John Ryan. “Cultural Literacy and Social Justice: Enabling Human Rights in and Beyond the Classroom.” Learning and Teaching: An international journal in classroom pedagogy,  4, 1 (2011): 27–40.

Offord, Baden. “Androgynous ethical intervention and living history.” Coolabah, Journal of Australian Studies. Observatori: Centre d’Estudis Australians, Universitat de Barcelona, 3 (2009).

Kostevc, Robert, and Baden Offord. “Teaching Australia: Investigating the ethics of cultural encounters.” Australian Studies, 19, 1 (2007).

Offord, Baden. “Towards a Principled Exposure of (Homo)sexuality.” Gay and Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review, August (2005): 56–65.

Offord, Baden. “Mapping the Rainbow Region: Fields of Belonging and Sites of Confluence.” Transformations, electronic journal, 2 (2002).

Offord, Baden. “The Queer(y)ing of Australian Public Culture Discourse: Activism, Rights Discourse, and Survival Strategies.” International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, 6, 3 (2001): 155–179.

Offord, Baden and Leon Cantrell. “Homosexual Rights as Human Rights in Indonesia and Australia.” Journal of Homosexuality, 39, 3-4 (2001): 233–252.

Offord, Baden. “The Burden of (Homo)Sexual Identity in Singapore.” Social Semiotics, 9, 1 (1999): 301–316.

Offord, Baden and Leon Cantrell. “Unfixed in a Fixated World.” Journal of Homosexuality, 36, 3-4 (1999): 207–220.

Other writing

Fleay, Caroline; Kerr, Thor; Offord, Baden; Perera, Suvendrini, and Graham Seal. Contributors to, “An Open Letter To Australia’s Prime Minister And Political Leaders On Racial Intolerance”. The Insider: The Official New Matilda Blog, 1 August 2016.

Conferences, keynote presentations, seminars, workshops and public talks

Baden Offord, Opening Keynote Speech for the ‘John Akomfrah’ PIAF 2017 Exhibition Opening, John Curtin Gallery, Curtin University, 8 February 2017.

Baden Offord, Chair, ‘Seeking Refuge in Australia: Contested Policies and Community Responses’. Keynote lecture given by by The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG, Curtin University, 17 February 2017.

Baden Offord, Chair, ‘LGBTIQ Asylum Seekers in Australia – an Analysis of Recent Case Law’. Centre for Human Rights Education seminar by Josh Pallas, Curtin University, 15 September 2016.

Baden Offord, Chair, ‘The Value of Human Rights Education at University’. Centre for Human Rights Education (CHRE) research seminar by Nina Burridge (UTS), Curtin University, 9 September 2016.

Baden Offord, Convenor and Chair, ‘From Alfred Kinsey to Orlando and beyond: The role of research in confronting homophobia’. Public lecture by the Honourable Michael Kirby AC CMG, panel discussion, and launch of Curtin LGBTIQ Collaborative Research Network, Tim Winton Lecture Theatre, Curtin University, 26 August 2016.

Baden Offord, Master Class, ‘Doing Critical Human Rights Research’, Centre for Critical Human Rights Research, University of Wollongong, 12 August 2016.

Baden Offord, Public Lecture, ‘Human Rights and the Critical Impulse’, Centre for Critical Human Rights Research, University of Wollongong, 11 August 2016.

Baden Offord, book launch speaker, ‘Rethinking Sexual Citizenship: Asia-Pacific Perspectives, Special Issue of Sexualities, Centre for Critical Human Rights Research, University of Wollongong, 11 August 2016.

Baden Offord, Chair, ‘Native colonisation: Education and the economy of violence in Ethiopia’. AAPI seminar presentation by Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes, Curtin University, 1 August 2016.

Baden Offord, Chair, ‘The City: Site and History’, The IAFOR Global Studies Conference on The Global and The Local: Crossing Sites of Cultural, Critical, & Political Intervention, Barcelona, Spain, 18 July 2016.

Baden Offord, The Fourth Kathleen Firth Keynote Lecture, ‘Holding to Account: Visualising Human Rights and Cosmopolitan Betrayal’, IAFOR International Conference on Global Studies 2016,  Barcelona, Spain, 16 July 2016.

Baden Offord, Plenary Panel Speaker, ‘Global Studies in Challenging Times: Focussing on the Arts, Humanities and Cultural Studies’. With Donald E Hall (Lehigh University), Sue Ballyn (University of Barcelona) and Bill Phillips (University of Barcelona). The IAFOR Global Studies Conference on The Global and The Local: Crossing Sites of Cultural, Critical, & Political Intervention, Barcelona, 16 July 2016.

Offord, Baden, Chair, ‘Rights and Challenges’, Session 5, Australian Ally Conference, Western Sydney University, 28 June 2016.

Offord, Baden, ‘Ending Homophobia: Encounter, Recognition, Responsibility.’ Paper presented at the Australian Ally Conference, Western Sydney University, 27 June 2016.

Offord, Baden, Chair, keynote speech by Burnese refugee Rubi NiChin at Refugee Week 2016 Film screening of How I Became a Refugee and Study Launch Guide, Curtin University, 20 June 2016.

Offord, Baden, Convenor and chair of the Inaugural Annual Curtin University Human Rights Public Lecture delivered by Professor Gillian Triggs, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission, Curtin University, 12 May 2016.

Offord, Baden, Chair, ‘Reimagining Australia’, a keynote presentation by Graeme Innes, Chair of the Attitude Foundation and former Australian Disability Discrimination Commissioner. Held at Curtin University, 29 February 2016.

Offord, Baden, Plenary Speaker, ‘Closing Panel’. Go Between, In Between: Borders of Belonging Conference, The University of Barcelona, Spain, 22 January 2016.

Offord, Baden,  Chair, Curtin University Featured Plenary panel II, ‘Cultural Struggle of Australia: Negotiating Belonging’. Go Between, In Between: Borders of Belonging Conference, The University of Barcelona, Spain, 21 January 2016.

Offord, Baden, ‘Of cul-de-sac champions, civilization, hidden curriculum and Aussie Rules’. Presentation within the Cultural Struggle of Australia: Negotiating Belonging (II) Panel, Go Between, In Between: Borders of Belonging Conference, University of Barcelona, Spain, 21 January 2016.

Offord, Baden, Chair, The Sixteenth Doireann McDermott Lecture: ‘Gifts of Noongar theatre performance’ presented by Anna Haebich at the Go Between, In Between: Borders of Belonging Conference, The University of Barcelona, Spain, 18 January 2016.

Baden Offord, Introduction to ‘Social Change and Activism.’ Centre for Human Rights Education Mini Symposium, Curtin University, 7 October 2015.

Baden Offord, Chair of session, ‘Dispatches from the republic of letters’, Wang Guanglin; Lucy Dougan, Literature in the Time of Revolutions Symposium, Margaret River, 13–15 August 2015.

Baden Offord, ‘The meaningful inclusion of lived experience: What helps or hinders?’ Plenary featured speaker at: ‘Changing Systems, Changing Lives – The Intersection of Research, Policy, Practice and Lived Experience’, The National Suicide Prevention Conference, Hobart, 25–29 July 2015.

Baden Offord, Conference Chair at: ‘Human Rights, Justice, Media and Culture,’ European Conference on Cultural Studies 2015, The Thistle Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom, 13–16 July 2015.

Baden Offord, ‘Same Sex Kissing as a Human Right.’ Paper presented at the Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand, Wellington, Aotearoa/NZ, 29 June–1 July 2015.

Offord, Baden, Soenke Biermann and Rob Garbutt. “Cultural Studies in Action: Principled Socially Inclusive Pedagogy and Higher Education Equity Projects.” Proceedings of the Learning, Teaching, and Social Justice in Higher Education Conference, Melbourne, Australian Catholic University, 2009.

Offord, Baden. “Walking the tightrope of being human.” Activating Human Rights and Peace Refereed Conference Proceedings, edited by Rob Garbutt. Lismore, Southern Cross University and Centre for Peace and Social Justice, 2008.

Garbutt, Rob, and Baden Offord. “Community Engagement: Innovation through Higher Education Equity Support Projects.” Conference Proceedings of the 4th Annual Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance (AUCEA) Conference, Charles Darwin University, 2007.

Anne Pedersen

Books

Nelson, J., Dunn, K., Paradies, Y., Pedersen, A., Sharpe, S., Hynes, M., & Guerin, B. (2010).  Review of bystander approaches in support of preventing race based discrimination. VicHealth: Melbourne, Australia. ISBN: 978-1-921822-05-6

Pedersen, A., with Dudgeon, P. (2003).  Indigenous children at school:  A look beyond the scenes. Perth:  Gunada Press.

Book chapters

Thomas, E., & Pedersen, A. (2015).  What psychology says about how to respond to racist behaviour.  In J.Watson (Ed), The Conversation Yearbook 2015: Politics, policy and the chance of change (pp. 204-208).  Melbourne:  Melbourne University Press.

Pedersen, A., Fozdar, F., & Kenny, M. A. (2012). Battling boatloads of prejudice: An interdisciplinary approach to activism with asylum seekers and refugees in Australia. In D. Bretherton & N. Balvin (Eds.), Peace Psychology in Australia (pp. 121-137). New York: Springer Science+Business Media.

Paradies Y, Forrest J, Dunn K, Pedersen, A, Webster K. (2009). More than tolerance: Racism and the health of young Australians. In F.Mansouri (Ed), Youth Identity and Migration: Culture, Values and Social Connectedness (pp. 207-226).  Common Ground Publishing, Altona, Victoria.

Pedersen, A., Watt, S., & Griffiths, B. (2008). Prejudice against Australian asylum seekers and their function:  Suggestions for anti-prejudice strategies.  In H.Babacan & N. Gopalkrishnan (Eds), The complexities of racism: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on “Racisms in the New World Order.  Queensland:  University of the Sunshine Coast.

Haslam, N., & Pedersen, A.  (2007). Attitudes towards asylum seekers: The psychology of prejudice and exclusion.  In D.Lusher & N.Haslam (Eds), Yearning to breathe free:  Seeking asylum in Australia (pp. 208-218). Sydney:  Federation Press.

Pedersen, A., Watt, S., & Griffiths, B. (2007). Prejudice against asylum seekers and the fear of terrorism:  The importance of context. In V.Colic-Peisker & F.Tilbury (Eds)., Settling in Australia: The social inclusion of refugees (pp.38-55).  Centre for Social and Community Research, Murdoch University, Perth.

Iyer, A., Leach, C. W., & Pedersen, A. (2004).  Racial wrongs and restitutions: The role of guilt and other group-based emotions. In N. R. Branscombe & B. Doosje (Eds.), Collective guilt:  International Perspectives (pp. 262-283).  Melbourne:  Cambridge University Press.

Journal articles

Pedersen, A., & Hartley, L. (2017).  False beliefs about asylum seekers to Australia: The role of confidence in such beliefs, prejudice and the third person effect.  The Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 11.

Healy E, Thomas E, & Pedersen A. (2017).  Prejudice, polyculturalism, and the influence of contact and moral exclusion: A comparison of responses toward LGBI, TI, and refugee groups. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

Croucamp, C.J., Breen, L.J., O’Connor, M., & Pedersen, A. (2016).  Predicting community attitudes toward asylum seekers: A multicomponent model.  The Australian Journal of Psychology.

Canetti, D., Snider, K.L.G., & Pedersen, A. (2016).  Threatened or Threatening? How Ideology Shapes Asylum Seekers’ Immigration Policy Attitudes in Israel and AustraliaJournal of Refugee Studies.

Pedersen, A., & Hartley, L.K. (2015).  Can we make a difference?  Prejudice towards asylum seekers in Australia and the effectiveness of antiprejudice interventions.  Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 9, 1-14.

Pedersen, A., Paradies, Y., & Barndon, A. (2015).  The consequences of intergroup ideologies and prejudice control for discrimination and harmony.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

Perry, R., Paradies, Y., & Pedersen, A. (2015). Religious ambivalence: Suppression of pro-social attitudes toward asylum seekers by right-wing authoritarianism. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 25, 230-246.

McWhae, L., Paradies, Y., & Pedersen, A. (2015).  Bystander antiprejudice on behalf of Muslim Australians:  The role of ethnocentrism and conformity.  The Australian Community Psychologist, 27, 6-20.

Hartley, L.K., & Pedersen, A. (2015).  Asylum seekers and resettled refugees in Australia: Predicting social policy attitude from prejudice versus emotion.  Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 3(1), 179–197.

Redmond, J., Pedersen, A., & Paradies, Y. (2014).  Psychosocial predictors of anti-racist bystander action towards Indigenous Australians.  Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 20, 474-490.

Stewart, K., Pedersen, A., & Paradies, Y. (2014).  It’s always good to help when possible BUT…”: Obstacles to bystander anti-prejudice.  The International Journal of Diversity in Education, 13, 39-53.

Hartley, L., Pedersen, A., Fleay, C., & Hoffman, S. (2013).  “The situation is hopeless; we must take the next step”: Reflecting on social action by academics in the asylum seeker policy debate.  The Australian Community Psychologist, 25, 22-37.

Neto, Y.F., & Pedersen, A. (2013).  No time like the present: Determinants of bystander anti-racism on behalf of Indigenous Australians.  Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 7, 36-49.  

Pedersen, A., & Thomas, E. (2013).  “There but for the grace of God go we”: Prejudice toward asylum seekers. Peace & Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 19, 253-265.

Fozdar, A., & Pedersen, A. (2013).  Diablogging about asylum seekers: building a counter-hegemonic discourse.  Discourse and Communication. 7, 371–388.

Turoy-Smith, K., Kane, R., & Pedersen, A. (2013).  The willingness of a society to act on behalf of Indigenous Australians and refugees: The role of contact, intergroup anxiety, prejudice and support for legislative change.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43 (Suppl. S2), E179 –E195.

Croston, J., & Pedersen, A. (2013).  ‘Tell me what I want to hear’: Motivated recall and attributions in media regarding asylum seekers.  Australian Journal of Psychology, 65, 124-133.

Salleh-Hoddin, A.  & Pedersen, A. (2012).  Being Muslim in Australia: Experiences of discrimination and protective factors for integration.  The Australian Community Psychologist, 24, 43-58.

Suhnan, A., Pedersen, A., & Hartley, L.K. (2012).  Re-examining prejudice against asylum seekers in Australia: The role of people smugglers, the perception of threat, and acceptance of false beliefs.  The Australian Community Psychologist, 24, 79-97.

Pedersen, A., Dunn K., Forrest, J., & McGarty, C. (2012).  The two sides of prejudice and discrimination: Prejudice against Middle-Eastern Australians and Middle-Eastern Australians’ experiences of discrimination.  Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 6, 18-26.

Barlow, F., Paolini, S., Pedersen, A., Hornsey, M.J., Radke, H.R.W., Harwood, J., Rubin, M. & Sibley, C.G.  (2012).  The contact caveat: Negative contact predicts increased prejudice more than positive contact predicts reduced prejudice.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(12), 1629–1643.

Pedersen, A., & Hartley, L.K.  (2012).  Prejudice against Muslim Australians:  The role of values, gender and consensus.  Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 22, 239–255.

Pedersen, A., Paradies, Y., Hartley, L.K. & Dunn (2011).  Bystander anti-prejudice: Cross-cultural education, links with positivity towards cultural “outgroups” and preparedness to speak out.  Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 5, 19-30.

James, W., Griffiths, B., & Pedersen, A. (2011).  Religious beliefs and prejudice against Australian Muslims and gays & lesbians.  International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 21, 212-227.

Pedersen, A., Walker, I., Paradies, Y., & Guerin, B. (2011).  How to cook rice:  Ingredients for teaching anti-prejudice.  The Australian Psychologist, 46, 55-63.

Khan, S., & Pedersen, A. (2010).  Black African immigrants to Australia: Prejudice and the function of attitudes.  Journal of Rim Psychology, 4, 116-129.

Pedersen, A., & Fozdar, F. (2010).  Refugee without refuge: Wasim, Phillip Adams, and a nation divided.  Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 4, 7-18.  

Pedersen, A., Aly, A., Hartley, L., & McGarty, C. (2009).  An intervention to increase positive attitudes and address misconceptions about Australian Muslims:  A call for education and open mindedness.  The Australian Community Psychologist, 21, 81-93.

Griffiths, B., & Pedersen, A. (2009). Prejudice and the function of attitudes relating to Muslim Australians and Indigenous Australians.  Australian Journal of Psychology, 61, 228-238.

Surawski, N., Pedersen, A., & Briskman, L. (2008).  Resisting refugee policy: Stress and coping of refugee advocates.  The Australian Community Psychologist, 22, 16-29.

Pedersen, A., & Barlow, F. (2008).  Theory to social action:  A university based strategy targeting prejudice against Aboriginal Australians.  The Australian Psychologist, 43, 148-159.

Pedersen, A., Griffiths, B., & Watt, S. (2008).  Attitudes toward outgroups and the perception of consensus:  All feet do not wear one shoe. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 18, 543–557.

Pedersen, A., Kenny, M.A., Briskman, L., & Hoffman, S. (2008).  Working with Wasim:  A convergence of community.  The Australian Community Psychologist, 20, 57-72.

Field, C., Beven, J., & Pedersen, A.  (2008).  Ethnicity, attributions for offending behaviour, and judgments of responsibility and severity of sentence. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 15, 119-130.

Hartley, L., & Pedersen, A. (2007).  Asylum seekers: How attributions and emotion affect Australians’ views on mandatory detention of ‘the other’.  Australian Journal of Psychology, 59(3), 119-131.

Leach, C. W., Iyer, A., & Pedersen, A. (2007). Angry opposition to government redress: When the structurally advantaged perceive themselves as relative deprived.  British Journal of Social Psychology, 46(1), 191-204.

Leach, C. W., Iyer, A., & Pedersen, A. (2006). Anger and guilt about in-group advantage explain the willingness for political action.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32, 1232-1245.

Pedersen, A., Watt, S., & Hansen, S. (2006).  The role of false beliefs in the community’s and the federal government’s attitudes toward Australian asylum seekers.  Australian Journal of Social Issues, 41(1), 105-124.

Pedersen, A., Dudgeon, P., Watt, S., & Griffiths, B. (2006).  Attitudes toward Indigenous Australians:  The issue of “Special Treatment”.  Australian Psychologist, 41(2), 85-94.

McGarty, C., Pedersen, A., Leach, C. W., Mansell, T., Waller, J., Bliuc, A.-M. (2005). Group-based guilt as a predictor of commitment to apology. British Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 659-680.

Pedersen, A., Attwell, J., & Heveli, D. (2005).  Prediction of negative attitudes toward Australian asylum seekers:  False beliefs, nationalism and self-esteem. Australian Journal of Psychology, 57, 148-160.

Pedersen, A., Clarke, S., Dudgeon, P., & Griffiths, B. (2005).  Attitudes toward Indigenous-Australians and asylum-seekers: The role of false beliefs and other social-psychological variables.  Australian Psychologist, 40(3), 170-178.

Pedersen, A., Walker, I., & Wise, M. (2005).  “Talk does not cook rice”: Beyond anti-racism rhetoric to strategies for social action.  The Australian Psychologist, 40, 20-30.

Pedersen, A., Beven, J., Walker, I., & Griffiths, B. (2004).  Attitudes toward Indigenous-Australians: The role of empathy and guilt.  Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 14, 233-249.

Pedersen, A., Contos, N., Griffiths, B., Bishop, B., & Walker, I. (2000). Attitudes toward Aboriginal-Australians in city and country settings. The Australian Psychologist, 35(2), 109-117.

Pedersen, A., & Walker, I. (2000).  Urban Aboriginal and Anglo-Australian children:  Ingroup preference, self-concept, and teachers’ academic evaluations.  Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 10(3), 183-197.

Pedersen, A., Walker, I., & Glass, C. (1999).  Experimenter effects on the ingroup preference and self-concept of urban Aboriginal children.  Australian Journal of Psychology, 51(2), 82-89.

Pedersen, A., & Walker, I. (1997).  Prejudice against Australian Aborigines:  Old-fashioned and modern forms.  The European Journal of Social Psychology, 27, 561-587.

Elfie Shiosaki

Conferences, keynote presentations, seminars, workshops and public talks

First Nations Workshop – Writing and Publishing, Australian Council for the Arts, Sydney, 23 May 2017.

Elfie Shiosaki, ‘Calling on the “Three Caesars”: testimonies of Noongar women at the 1934 Moseley Royal Commission’, Fanny Balbuk Yooreel: life, legacy and emotions, City of Perth Library, 17 May 2017.

Elfie Shiosaki, Community consultations with Noongar Working Group for ARC Discovery Project Ancestors’ Words, Curtin University, 22 February 2017.

Elfie Shiosaki, (with Michelle Johnston). Organisation of the Indigenous Oral History Symposium, ‘Our Stories – Our way’. A joint initiative of Curtin University, the University of New England, the University of South Australia, and the National Film and Sound Archive. Held at the State Library of Western Australia, 5 May 2016.

Elfie Shiosaki , ‘Reclaiming the voices of our ancestors: The legacy of Noongar cultural struggle in the Western Australian archive’. Presentation within the Cultural Struggle of Australia: Negotiating Belonging (II) Panel, Go Between, In Between: Borders of Belonging Conference, University of Barcelona, Spain, 18–22 January 2016.

Other writing

Shiosaki, Elfie.(2016) “Writing from the Heart.” Westerly, 61, 2.

Grants

$8,000, ORS small grant program towards the 2017 project: Wonginger Karla Koorlinya (Voices Coming Home): Histories of discursive activism by Noongar people for Indigenous human rights.

Karen Soldatic

Books

Soldatic, K.; Johnson, K. (eds.), 2017, Disability and Rurality: Identity, Gender and Belonging, Routledge, London.

Soldatic, K; Grech, S. (eds.), 2016, Disability and colonialism: (dis)encounters and anxious intersectionalities, 1st, Routledge, London.

Soldatic K; Meekosha H, (eds.), 2014, The Global Politics of Impairment and Disability Processes and Embodiments, 1st, Routledge, London.

Soldatic K; Morgan H; Roulstone A, (eds.), 2014, Disability, Spaces and Places of Policy Exclusion, 1st, Routledge, London.

Edited Volumes

Soldatic, K & Meekosha, H (eds) 2014, The global politics of impairment and disability: processes and embodiments, Routledge, London. (reprint of TWQ special issue).

Soldatic, K, Morgan, H & Roulstone, A (eds) 2014, Disability, spaces and places of policy exclusion, Routledge, London.

Book chapters

Morris A.; Wilson S.; Soldatic K.M. (2015) ‘Doing the ‘hard yakka’: implications of Australia’s workfare policies for disabled people’, in Grover C.; Piggott L. (eds.), Disabled people, work and welfare: Is employment really the answer?, 1st Edition, Policy Press, Bristol.

Grover C.; Soldatic K.M. (2014) ‘Temporalities and Spaces of Disability Social (In)Security: Australia and the UK Compared’, in Soldatic K.; Morgan H.; Roulstone A. (eds.), Disability, Spaces and Places of Policy Exclusion, Routledge, London, pp. 97 – 121.

Roulstone A.; Soldatic K.M.; Morgan H. (2014) ‘Disability, Space, Place and Policy: New Concepts, New Ideas, New Realities’, in Soldatic K.; Morgan H.; Roulstone A. (eds.), Disability, Spaces and Places of Policy Exclusion, Routledge, London, pp. 1 – 6.

Meekosha H.; Soldatic K.M. (2014) ‘Human Rights and the Global South: the case of disability’, in Soldatic K.; Meekosha H. (eds.), The Global Politics of Impairment and Disability Processes and Embodiments, London, pp. 15 – 30.

Frohmader C.; Meekosha H.; Soldatic K.M. (2014) ‘Unruly Mothers or Unruly Practices? Disabled Mothers Surviving Oppressive State Practices in Australia’, in Filax G.; Taylor D. (eds.), Disabled Mothers, edn. 1st, Demeter Press, Bradford, pp. 279 – 298.

Meekosha H.; Soldatic K. (2013), ‘Disability-inclusive social work practice’, in Social Work Practice for Promoting Health and Wellbeing: Critical Issues, pp. 144 – 156.

Pini B.; Soldatic K. (2012) ‘Women, Chronic Illness, and Rural Australia: Exploring the Intersections between Space, Identity, and the Body’, in Rural Women’s Health: Gendered Connections, edn. 1st, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, pp. 385 – 402.

K Soldatic and H Meekosha. 2012. Disability and neoliberal state formations. In N Watson, A Roulstone and C Thomas, (eds) Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies, pp. 195 – 210. London: Routledge.

Special Issues

Grech, S & Soldatic, KM (eds) 2015, ‘Disability and colonialism: (dis)encounters and anxious intersectionalities’, Special Issue: Disability and Colonialism: (Dis)encounters and Anxious Intersectionalities, Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, vol. 21, no. 1.

Meekosha, H & Soldatic, K (eds) 2011, ‘Human rights and the global south: the case of disability’, Special Issue: Disability in the Global South, Third World Quarterly , vol. 32, no. 8.

Journal articles

Didi, A, Soldatic, K, Frohmader, C & Dowse, L 2016, ‘Violence against women with disabilities: is Australia meeting its human rights obligations?’, Australian Journal of Human Rights, vol. 22, no. 1, pp. 159-177.

van Toorn, G & Soldatic, KM 2015, ‘Disability, rights realisation, and welfare provisioning: what is it about Sweden?’, Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 109 – 115.

Spurway, K & Soldatic, K 2015, ‘”Life just keeps throwing lemons”: the lived experience of food insecurity among Aboriginal people with disabilities in the West Kimberley’, Local Environment: the International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, DOI:10.1080/13549839.2015.1073235.

Samararatne, DWVA & Soldatic, K 2015, ‘Inclusions and exclusions in law: experiences of women with disability in rural and war-affected areas in Sri Lanka’ , Disability and Society, vol. 30, no. 5, pp. 759-772.

Walsh, J, Spangaro, J & Soldatic, K 2015, ‘Global understandings of domestic violence’ , Nursing and Health Sciences, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 1-4.

Soldatic, KM, Somers, K, Buckley, A & Fleay, C 2015, ”Nowhere to be found’: disabled refugees and asylum seekers within the Australian resettlement landscape’, Disability and the Global South, vol. 2, no. 1, pp. 501-522.

Soldatic, K 2015, Postcolonial reproductions: disability, indigeneity and the formation of the white masculine settler state of Australia’, Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 53-68.

Grech, S & Soldatic, KM 2015, ‘Disability and colonialism: (dis)encounters and anxious intersectionalities’, Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 1-5.

Soldatic, K, van Toorn, G, Dowse, L & Muir, K 2014, ‘Intellectual disability and complex intersections: marginalisation under the National Disability Insurance Scheme’, Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 6-16.

Soldatic, KM & Grech, S 2014, ‘Transnationalising disability studies: rights, justice and impairment’, Disability Studies Quarterly, vol. 34, no. 2.

K Soldatic and B Pini. 2012. Continuity or change? The Rudd government and the case of disability. Social Policy & Society 11 (2): 183 – 196.

Soldatic, K, Meekosha, H. and Somers, K. (2012), Finding Ernesto: Temporary Labour Migration and Disabled Children’s Health, International Journal of Population Research.

Soldatic, K. and Meekosha, H. (2012) Moving the Boundaries of Feminist Social Work Education with Disabled People in the Neoliberal Era, Social Work Education, Volume 31, Issue 2, 246-252.

Meekosha, H. and Soldatic, K. (2011) ‘Human Rights and the Global South: the case of disability’, *Third World Quarterly, 32 (8), pp. 1383-1397.
*Karen Soldatic was a Guest Editor of this issue of Third World Quarterly.

Soldatic, K & Pini, B. (2010) ‘Book Review: Exploring Disability’ Sociological Health Review, 19 (3), pp. 395-397.

Soldatic, K. And Biyanwila, J. (2010) ‘The Tsunami and the Construction of the Southern Disabled Body’, Sephis: E-Journal of the Global South, 6 (3), pp. 75-84.

Soldatic, K. And Chapman, A. (2010) ‘Surviving the Assault? The Australian disability movement and the Neoliberal workfare state’, Social Movement Studies, 9 (2), pp. 139-154.

Soldatic, K., & Pini, B. (2009) ‘The Three ‘D’s’ of Welfare Reform: Disability, Disgust and Deservingness’, Australian Journal of Human Rights, 15 (1), pp. 77-96.

Soldatic, K. and Fiske, L. (2009) ‘Bodies ‘Locked Up’: Intersections of Disability and Race in Australian Immigration’, Disability & Society, 24 (3), pp. 289 – 301.

Soldatic, K. & Fiske, L. (2008) ‘Citizenship, Disability & Race in Australia: A disastrous intersection’, Journal of Intellectual Disability Australia (IDA), 29 (3), pp. 3-5.

Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes

Books

Woldeyes, Yirga Gelaw. Native Colonisation: Education and the Economy of Violence against Traditions in Ethiopia. Africa World Press and The Red Sea Press, Trenton, New Jersey, forthcoming 2016.

Woldeyes, Yirga Gelaw. Yeteraroch Chuhet. Addis Ababa: Aseg Lucy Printing Press, 2006. (In Amharic.)

Woldeyes, Yirga Gelaw. Enhancing Civil Participation in Ethiopia. Addis Ababa: Artistic Publishers, 2005. (In Amharic.)

Book chapters

Woldeyes, Yirga Gelaw. (2016) “An East African perspective for paradigm shift on maritime security in the Indian Ocean Region.” In Indian Ocean Futures: New Partnerships, New Alliances, and Academic Diplomacy edited by Timothy Doyle and Graham Seal, 120–132. London & New York: Routledge.

Woldeyes, Yirga Gelaw. (2013) “Elitdom and the Discourse of Relevant Education in Africa.” Changing Facts, Changing Minds, and Changing Worlds, edited by Julie Lunn, Stephanie Bizjak and Sue Summers, 202–218. Perth, WA: Black Swan Press.

Journal articles

Woldeyes, Yirga Gelaw. (2015) “An East African perspective for paradigm shift on maritime security in the Indian Ocean Region.”  Journal of the Indian Ocean Region Special  Issue: Proceedings from the Australia-Asia-Pacific Conference on Indian Ocean Futures 2014, 11, 1 : 121 – 133.

Conferences, keynote presentations, seminars, workshops and public talks

Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes, ‘Ethiopia’. Participant in the Perth Writers’ Festival panel: Ways of Being Here: Exploring notions of race, belonging, identity and writing through four short stories’. Perth International Arts Festival, UWA, 24 February 2017.

Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes, ‘The Role of Human Rights for international Peace’. Presentation for International Day of Peace, a Curtin University community event, 21 September 2016.

Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes, ‘International development and human rights: A critical analysis.’ Presentation for Careers Without Borders: Human Rights and International Development, an Australian Institute of International Affairs Young Professionals Network event, Curtin Graduate School of Business, Perth, 15 September 2016.

Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes, ‘Native colonisation: Education and the economy of violence in Ethiopia.’ AAPI seminar presentation, Curtin University, 1 August 2016.

Yirga Woldeyes, ‘The Creation of native colonialism in Ethiopia’. Presentation, Political Science and
International Relations & UWA Africa Research Cluster seminar, UWA, 26 April 2016.