Recent Submissions

  • Indigenous worlds forcing thought: kūmara and river red gums 

    Otter, Jacob Murray (2016)
    Since the late 1980s the entwined forces of neoliberal capitalism, expanding conversation regimes, and legal frameworks of recognition have provoked the re-emergence of indigenous worlds in ways possibly unimaginable in ...
  • Hurdy-gurdy: new articulations 

    Nowotnik, Piotr (2016)
    The purpose of this thesis is to expand existing literature concerning the hurdy-gurdy as a contemporary musical instrument. Notably, it addresses the lack of hurdy-gurdy literature in the context of contemporary composition ...
  • How cinema surrounds us: the psychology of psychogeography in the works of Sofia Coppola 

    Henderson, Laura Clare Mereki (2017)
    The settings and spaces presented to the spectator by a film can be some of the most memorable and pleasurable elements of cinema. While the affective turn in screen theory has moved towards a consideration of an embodied ...

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