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CCG Publications Archive - 2009

This page contains archived publications from 2009.

Books by Title

Book Chapters by Author

Journal Articles by Author

Conference Presentations by Author

Media Coverage by Author

Other Activities by Participant

Annual Report


 

Books by Title

Building bridges : creating a culture of diversity
The impact of racism upon the health and wellbeing of young Australians
Cosmopolitanism: A Philosophy for Global Ethics
Anxious Nation: Australia and the Rise of Asia, 1850- 1939 (Chinese translation)
East Timor: The Price of Liberty
Youth Identity and Migration: Culture, Values and Social Connectedness
The Millennium Development Goals and Beyond: International Assistance to the Asia-Pacific
Korea's Developmental Alliance: State, capital and the politics of rapid development
The Politics and Culture of Globalisation :India and Australia.
Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage'
Theories of International Relations
Unfree associations : inside psychoanalytic institutes
Reimagining citizenship in suburban Australia : voices from 'Dandy'


 

Building bridges : creating a culture of diversity
Mansouri Fethi, Jenkins, Louise, Leach, Michael and Walsh, Lucas (2009), Building bridges : creating a culture of diversity Melbourne University Press, Carlton, Vic.
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The impact of racism upon the health and wellbeing of young Australians
Mansouri, Fethi, Jenkins, Louise, Morgan, Les and Taouk, Mona (2009), The impact of racism upon the health and wellbeing of
young Australians, Settlement Council of Australia, Surry Hills, N.S.W.
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Cosmopolitanism: A Philosophy for Global Ethics
van Hooft, S., (2009) Cosmopolitanism: A Philosophy for Global Ethics, Acumen Publishing Ltd (256 pages)

Cosmopolitanism: A Philosophy for Global Ethics


Anxious Nation: Australia and the Rise of Asia, 1850- 1939
Walker, D., (2009) Anxious Nation: Australia and the Rise of Asia, 1850- 1939, Renmin University of China Press. (Chinese translation )

Walker, D., (2009) Anxious Nation: Australia and the Rise of Asia, 1850- 1939, Renmin University of China Press. (Chinese translation )


East Timor: The Price of Liberty
Kingsbury, D. (2009) East Timor: The Price of Liberty, Palgrave, New York.

East Timor:The Price of Liberty


Youth Identity and Migration: Culture, Values and Social Connectedness
Mansouri, F. (2009), Youth Identity and Migration: Culture, Values and Social Connectedness, Common Ground Publishers, Australia.

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The Millennium Development Goals and Beyond: International Assistance to the Asia-Pacific
Feeny, S. and Clarke, M (2009), The Millennium Development Goals and Beyond: International Assistance to the Asia-Pacific, Palgrave-MacMillian, London.

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Korea's Developmental Alliance: State, capital and the politics of rapid development
Hundt, D. (2009), Korea's Developmental Alliance: State, capital and the politics of rapid development, Routledge Publishing, New York.

Korea Development Book Cover

This book explores the factors that shaped relations between the state and big business in Korea, the ‘developmental alliance’. These factors offer a cogent framework in which to identify and predict changes in power relations between government and business. Rather than merely offering a means of explaining the rapid-growth phase of Korean development, the politics of the developmental alliance also help us understand how and why the Korean miracle turned to crisis in 1997 and why the subsequent recovery has been so uneven. In this way, the book highlights the political power of business, which is often underplayed in discussions of the development of Korea. It also sheds light on the constraints on policymakers during modernisation, and how power is shared among a small number of powerful parties.



The Politics and Culture of Globalisation :India and Australia
Lofgren, H., and Sarangi, P., (eds) (2009) The Politics and Culture of Globalisation :India and Australia, Social Science Press, New Delhi.

The politics and culture of globalisation


Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage'
Logan, W. and Reeves K., (eds) (2009) Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage', Routledge, London.

pain and shame


Theories of International Relations
Burchill, S., Linklater, A., Devetak, R., Donnelly, J., Nardin, T., Paterson, M., Reus-Smit,
C., and True, J., (2009) Theories of International Relations, 4th revised edition, Palgrave
Macmillan.

theories of IR


Unfree associations : inside psychoanalytic institutes
Kirsner, Douglas (2009) Unfree associations : inside psychoanalytic institutes, Jasson Aronson, Lanham, Md


Reimagining citizenship in suburban Australia : voices from 'Dandy'
Lobo, Michele (2009) Reimagining citizenship in suburban Australia : voices from 'Dandy', LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Koln, Germany


Book Chapters by Author


 

Alomes, S. and Jones, C (2009), '"Bad behaviour" in the House and beyond: Australian representative assemblies', Alex Cowan, ed. Parliament Estates Representation, Ashgate: Farnham, Surrey.

Alomes, S (2009) The Australian dream : visions and revisions of 'new world' futures, in Dolce, Maria Renata and Natale, Anthonella Riem (eds), Bernard Hickey, a roving cultural ambassador : essays in his memory, pp. 33-49, Forum Editrice Universitaria Udinese, Udine, Italy


Burchill, S. and Linklater, A (2009) Introduction, in Burchill, Scott; Linklater, Andrew; Devetak, Richard; Donnelly, Jack; Nardin, Terry; Paterson, Matthew; Reus-Smit, Christian and True, Jacqui (eds), Theories of International Relations, pp. 1-30, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, England

Burchill S (2009) Liberalism, in Burchill, Scott; Linklater, Andrew; Devetak, Richard; Donnelly, Jack; Nardin, Terry; Paterson, Matthew; Reus-Smit, Christian and True, Jacqui (eds), Theories of international relations, pp. 57-85, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, England


Clarke, M. and Islam, S M. N. (2009) Welfare implications of financial liberalization in Thailand : a cost-benefit analysis, in Ahmed, Abdullahi Dahir and Islam, Sardar M. N. (eds), Financial liberalization in developing countries : issues, time series analyses and policy implications, pp. 221-248, Physica, Heidelberg, Germany


Cote, J. (2009) 'Postcolonial shame: heritage and the forgotten pain of civilian women internees in Java', in Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage' (eds William Logan and Keir Reeves, Routledge, London, Jan 2009; pp. 128-43


He, B (2009) Social protests, village democracy and state building in China : how do rural social protests promote village democracy?, in Khan Eng Kuak-Pearce and Gilles Guiheux (eds), Social movements in China and Hong Kong : the expansion of protest space, pp. 25-43, Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

He, B, He, H and Liao, S (2009) Justice as fairness, in Rawls, John (eds), A theory of justice, pp. 3-41, Social Science Press, Beijing, China


Islam, S M. N., Matthew, C, Choi, S, Jolley, A and Sheehan, P (2009) Energy production and use, in Lebel, Louis; Snidvongs, Anond; Chen, Chen-Tung Arthur and Daneil, Rajesh (eds), Critical states : environmental challenges to development in monsoon Southeast Asia, pp. 51-62, Strategic Information and Research Development Centre, Petaling Jaya , Malaysia


Kirsner, D and Snyder, E (2009) Psychoanalysis in China, in Akhtar, Salam (eds), Freud and the far east : psychoanalytic perspectives on the people and culture of China, Japan, and Korea, pp. 43-58, Jason Aranson, Lanham, Md


Kobayashi, A. and Ziino, B., 'Cowra Japanese War Cemetery' in Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage' (eds) (2009) William Logan and Keir Reeves, Routledge, London, Jan 2009; pp. 99-113


Lennon, J. (2009) 'Port Arthur, Norfolk Island, New Caledonia: convict prison islands in the Antipodes', in Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage' (eds William Logan and Keir Reeves, Routledge, London, Jan 2009; pp. 165- 81


Lofgren, H and Sarangi, P (2009) Introduction : dynamics and dilemmas of globalisation, in Lofgren, Hans and Sarangi, Prakash (eds), The politics and culture of globalisation : India and Australia, pp. 1-18, Social Science Press, New Delhi, India

Lofgren, H (2009) Regulation and the politics of pharmaceuticals in Australia, in Eggleston, Karen (eds), Prescribing cultures and pharmaceutical policy in the Asia Pacific, pp. 129-144, Asia Pacific Research Inst, Stanford, Calif.

Lofgren, H (2009) India's drug multinationals : growth strategies and global industry dynamics, in Lofgren, Hans and Sarangi, Prakash (eds), The politics and culture of globalisation : India and Australia, pp. 181-198, Social Science Press, New Delhi, India

Lofgren, H (2009) The competition state and the private control of healthcare, in Kay, Adrian and Williams, Owain David (eds), Global health governance : crisis, institutions and political economy, pp. 245-264, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, England

Lofgren, H and Harvey, K (2009) The Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, in Willis, Eileen; Reynolds, Louise and Keleher, Helen (eds), Understanding the Australian health care system, pp. 71-82, Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, Chatswood, N.S.W


Logan, W. and Reeves, K., (2009) Introduction: Remembering places of pain and shame', in Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage' (eds William Logan and Keir Reeves, Routledge, London, Jan 2009; pp. 1-14

Logan, W., (2009) 'Hoa Lo Museum, Hanoi: Changing attitudes to a Vietnamese place of pain and shame', in Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage' (eds William Logan and Keir Reeves, Routledge, London, Jan 2009; pp. 182-97


Long, C. and Reeves, K., (2009) ' "Dig a hole and bury the past in it": reconciliation and the heritage of genocide in Cambodia', in William Logan and Keir Reeves (eds), Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage, Abingdon, Routledge, 2009.


Mansouri, F. (2009), Introduction : Contextualising migrant youth experiences in émigré societies, in Youth identity and migration : culture, values and social connectedness, Common Ground Publishing, Altona, Vic., pp.1-8.

Mansouri, F and Francis, S (2009), Migrant youth, cultural adaptation and social policy, in Youth identity and migration : culture, values and social connectedness, Common Ground Publishing, Altona, Vic., pp.11-23.

Mansouri, F and Miller, M A (2009), Migrant youth, cultural identity and media representation, in Youth identity and migration : culture, values and social connectedness, Common Ground Publishing, Altona, Vic., pp.45-63.

Mansouri, F, Jenkins, L and Leach, M (2009), Cultural diversity and migrant youth in secondary schools, in Youth identity and migration : culture, values and social connectedness, Common Ground Publishing, Altona, Vic., pp.105-118.


Miller, M. A. (2009) ‘The Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Law: A Serious Response to Acehnese Separatism?’ (Reprint of article in Journal of Asian Ethnicity, 5(3), 2004, pp.333-351 in Liow, J. and Hosen, N., eds., Volume 1. Southeast Asian Islam: Histories, Cultures, and Identities of (4-Volume Set) Islam in Southeast Asia. Critical Concepts in Islamic Studies (London and New York: Routledge 2009). ISBN: 978-0-415-47680-5.


Qian, F., (2009) 'Let the dead be remembered: interpretation of the Nanjing Massacre Memorial', in Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage' (eds William Logan and Keir Reeves, Routledge, London, Jan 2009; pp. 17-33


Smith, G (2009) Indo-Australian relations beyond indifference, in Lofgren, Hans and Sarangi, Prakash (eds), The politics and culture of globalisation : India and Australia, pp. 277-294, Social Science Press, New Delhi, India


Stokes, G. (2009) 'Neoliberal Hyperglobalism in Australian Political Thought.' In H. Löfgren and P. Sarangi (eds) The Politics and Culture of Globalisation: India and Australia. New Delhi: Social Sciences Press 2009 pp. 56-75.


van Hooft, S., (2009) ‘Dialogue and Ethics’ in John Strain, Ronald Barnett and Peter Jarvis. (eds), Universities, Ethics and Professions: Debate and Scrutiny, London: Routledge, 2009, (pp. 81-93).

van Hooft, S., (2009) Cosmopolitanism and tolerance, in Lofgren, Hans and Sarangi, Prakash (eds), The politics and culture of globalisation : India and Australia, pp. 220-235, Social Science Press, New Delhi, India


Vandenberg, A. (2009) Terror, power and protest : India and Australia, in Lofgren, Hans and Sarangi, Prakash (eds), Politics and culture of globalisation : India and Australia, pp. 295-314, Social Science Press, New Delhi, India


Walker, D. (2009) Fathomless eyes : an Australian guide to the evil oriental, in Sarwal, Amit and Sarwal, Reema (eds), Reading down under : Australian literary studies reader, pp. 539-633, Sports and Spiritual Science Publications, New Delhi, India


Witcomb, A. (2009). 'The Past in the Present: Towards a politics of care at the National Trust of Australia (WA)'. In Marta Anico and Elsa Peralta (eds.) Heritage and Identity: Engagement and Demission in the Contemporary World, Routledge, London and New York, pp.169-180.


Young, L. (2009) ' Auschwitz-Birkenau: the challenges of heritage management following the Cold War', in Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with 'Difficult Heritage' (eds William Logan and Keir Reeves, Routledge, London, Jan 2009; pp. 50-67.


 

Journal Articles by Author


 

Alomes, S., (2009) ‘The Australian Dream: Visions and Revisions of ‘New World’ Futures’, Maria Renata Dolce and Antonella Riem Natale (eds), Bernard Hickey, A Roving Cultural Ambassador: Essays in His Memory, Forum, Udine, (pp. 33-49).

Alomes, S., (2009) ‘Editorial’ Explorations: The journal of French-Australian relations, Issue no 46.


Cote, J., (2009) "The sins of their fathers": culturally at risk children and the colonial state in Asia, Paedagogica Historica. Vol. 65, No. 1 & 2, Feb-April 2009, pp, 129 - 142.


Clarke, M and Missingham, B* (2009) Guest editors' introduction : active citizenship and social accountability, Development in practice, pp. 955-963, Routledge, Abingdon, England

Clarke, M (2009) Over the border and under the radar : can illegal migrants be active citizens?, Development in practice, pp. 1064-1078, Routledge, Abingdon, England

Clarke M and Loro, D* (2009) Understanding the mission and development nexus, Australian journal of mission studies, pp. 57-62, Australian Association for Mission Studies, Parkville, Vic.


Davey, G., 'Child's Play? The perils of modern childhood research', in Teacher: The national education magazine, January/February 2009, Australian Council for Educational Research, Camberwell Vic.

Davey, G., (2009) Entry on “Graffiti” for /Encyclopedia of Women's Folklore and Folklife, /2 vols, Edited Liz Locke, Theresa A. Vaughan, and Pauline Greenhill, Greenwood Press, Westport Connecticut and London.


Dharmalingam, A., Wulff, M., Lobo, M., (2009) ‘An overview of Chinese settlement in Melbourne, Australia: Implications for Chinese settlement in Prato’, pp. 200-228 in G. Johanson and R. Smith (eds) Living Outside the Walls: The Chinese in Prato, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge.


Fanany I, Fanany, R and Kenny, S (2009) ‘ The meaning of capacity building in Indonesia’, Community Development Journal doi: 10.1093/cdj/bsp044


He, B (2009) The fate of China's liberalism, 21st century, pp. 4-12, Institute of Chinese Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Xianggang, Hong Kong


Hsieh, C., and Lofgren, H., (2009) Biopharmaceutical innovation and industrial developments in South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan. Australian Health Review 2009; 33 (2): 245-257.


Kamp, A. & F. Mansouri (2009), ‘Constructing Inclusive Education in a Neo-Liberal Context: a Case Study from Australia’, British Educational Research Journal, iFirst Article, 1-12.


Kingsbury, D., (2009) Timor-Leste : national building and lessons learned, World politics review, World Politics Review, Washington, D.C.

Kingsbury, D., (2009) Lessons learned in Timor-Leste, World politics review, World Politics Review, Washington D.C.

Kingsbury, D., (2009) East Timor in 2008 : year of reconstruction, Southeast Asian affairs, pp. 357-370, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Pasir Panjang, Singapore


Langfield, M., (2009) ‘Welsh’ in Jenny Gregory and Jan Gothard (eds), Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia, University of Western Australia Press, Crawley, 2009 (D2), pp.916-17.


Lobo, M (2009) Social inclusion in local places, SA Geographer, pp. 24-29, Geography Teachers' Assocation of South Australia, Adelaide, S. Aust


Lofgren, H , (2009) was the guest editor for a special issue of Australian Health Review, vol 33, no 2, May 2009, titled The Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme and the Dilemmas of Medicines Policy.

Lofgren, H., (2009) From the editor: The economic crisis, the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, and the dilemmas of medicines policy. Australian Health Review 2009; 33 (2): 171-175.

Lofgren, H., (2009) Medicines policy and drug company investments: the Irish experience (book review). Australian Health Review 2009; 33 (2): 295-298.

Lofgren, H (2009) Generic medicines in Australia : business dynamics and recent policy reform, Southern med review, pp. 24-28, Zaheer Babar, Ed. & Pub., Auckland, New Zealand


Logan, W.‘Hanoi, Vietnam: Representing power in and of the nation’, City, vol. 13, no. 1 (March 2009), pp. 77-94.


Marotta, V (2009) lntercultural hermeneutics and the cross-cultural subject, Journal of intercultural studies, pp. 267-284, London, England, Routledge


Miller, M. A. ‘Review: Communal violence and democratisation in Indonesia. By Gerry Van Klinken’, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol.40, Special Issue 3 (Cambridge Journals Online [CJO], 2009), pp.657-659.


Murrell, C. (2009-In Press) Foreign correspondence: autonomy and news production., Australian Journalism Review.

Murrell, C. (2009) Fixers and foreign correspondents: news production and autonomy. Australian Journalism Review, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 5-17.


Oke, N., (2009) ‘Globalizing Time and Space: Temporal and Spatial Considerations in Discourses of Globalization’ in International Political Sociology, 3(3), pp. 310-326.


Pietsch, J and Marotta, V (2009) Bauman, strangerhood and attitudes towards immigrants among the Australian population, Journal of sociology, pp. 187-200, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, Calif.


Potter, E, (2009) ‘A New Environmental Design: Sustainable place-making in postcolonial Australia’, Continuum, 23.5 (2009): 697-707.

Potter, E., (2009) ‘Making Water Public’, in Culture, Politics, Ethics: Interdisciplinary perspectives, in Scott H. Boyd, Ana Cristina Gil and Baldwin Wong (eds), Oxford: Interdisciplinary Press, 2009. http://www.interdisciplinary. net/publishing/id-press/ebooks/culture-politics-ethics/

Potter, E. ‘Environmental Art and the Production of Publics’, International Journal of the Arts in Society, 3.4 (2009): 81-86.

Potter, E., (2009) ‘A New Climate for an Old World: Paul Carter’s Nearamnew’, Art Link, June 2009.

Potter, E., (2009) ‘Climate Change and the Problem of Representation’, Australian Humanities Review, 46.

Potter, E., (2009) Edited special journal issue: ‘Naturecultures’, Australian Humanities Review, 46 (with Gay Hawkins)


Sharpe, M. (2009) Hunting Plato's Agalmata, The European legacy, toward new paradigms, pp. 535-547, Routledge, Oxford, England

Sharpe, M (2009) Only Agamben can save us? Against the messianic turn recently adopted in critical theory, Bible and critical theory, pp. 40.1-40.20, Monash University ePress, Melbourne, Vic.

Sharpe, M (2009) “Critchley is Žižek” : in defence of critical political philosophy, Critical horizons, pp. 180-196, Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden, Netherlands

Sharpe, M (2009) Of diabolical evil, and related matters : on Slavoj Žižek's reading of Kant's practical philosophy, International journal of Zizek studies, pp. 1-23, University of Leeds, Leeds, England

Sharpe, M (2009) Is neoliberalism a Liberalism, or a strange kind of bird? On Hayek and our discontents, Critical horizons, pp. 76-98, Acumen Publishing Ltd, Stocksfield, England


Slaughter, S. ‘Reconsidering Institutional Cosmopolitanism: Global Poverty and the Importance of the State in International Political Theory’ Global Change, Peace & Security (Volume 21, Issue 1 2009). pp. 37-52.


Sweet, J., (2009) 'UNESCO and Museums: The Pursuit of Global Cross-Cultural Museology', Crossing Cultures Conflict, Migration and Convergence, The Proceedings of the 32nd International Congress in the History of Art, The Miegunyah Press, Melbourne, 2009, pp.1028-1031.


van Hooft, S., ‘Review of Todd May, Death, Stocksfield’, UK: Acumen 2009, Metapsychology Online, September 15, 2009, Volume 13, Issue 38, online at
http://metapsychology.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_doc.php?type=book&id=5134&cn=394 van Hooft, S., ‘Review of John Caputo, On Religion’, London and New York: Routledge, 2001, Sophia 48:327-329, 2009.

van Hooft, S., ‘Review of John Rawls, Brief Inquiry into the Meaning of Sin and Faith’ with ‘On my Religion’, Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2008, Metapsychology Online, August 25th, 2009, Volume 13, Issue 35, on-line at - http://metapsychology.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_doc.php?type=book&id=5097&cn=403

van Hooft, S., Book note on Jonathan Lear, Radical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural Devastation, Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University press, 2006, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 87/2 June 2009, 356.

van Hooft, S., ‘Review of Clive Hamilton, The Freedom Paradox: Towards a Post-secular Ethics’, Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 2008, Sophia 48:211-213, 2009.

van Hooft, S., Book note on Ralph Pettman, Intending the world: A Phenomenology of International Affairs, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2008, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 87/1 March 2009, 174- 175.

van Hooft, S (2009) Political patriotism, Journal of applied ethics and philosophy, pp. 20-29, Hokkaido University, Hokkaido, Japan

van Hooft, S (2009) Review of John D. Caputo : On religion, London and New York : Routledge, 2001, paperback 0-415-23332-1, 147 pages lncluding lndex, Sophia : international journal for philosophy of religion, metaphysical theology and ethics, pp. 327-329, Springer Netherlands, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

van Hooft, S (2009) Book review : Death by Todd May, Acumen, 2009, Metapsychology online reviews, p. 1, Mental Help Net, U.S.A.

van Hooft, S (2009) Book review : Brief inquiry into the meaning of sin and faith, Metapsychology online reviews, p. 1, Mental Help Net, U.S.A.

van Hooft, S (2009) Book note : Lear, Jonathan, Radical hope : ethics in the face of cultural devastation, Cambridge, Mass : Harvard University Press, 2006, Australasian journal of philosophy, p. 356, Routledge, Sydney, N.S.W.

van Hooft, S (2009) Book review : The geopolitics of emotion : how cultures of fear, humiliation, and hope are reshaping the world, by Dominique Moïsi, Forum : Centre for citizenship & human rights, p. 7, Centre for Citizenship & Human Rights, Deakin University, Geelong, Vic.

van Hooft, S (2009) Gillian Brock, Global justice : a cosmopolitan account, Ethics & global politics, pp. 369-382, Co-Action Publishing, Stockholm, Sweden


Walker, D. (2009) Beautiful strength, Heat, pp. 129-145, Giramondo Publishing Company, Artarmon, N.S.W.


Witcomb, A., (2009) ‘Migration, social cohesion and cultural diversity: Can museums move beyond pluralism?’ in Humanities Review, vol.XV (2) Compelling Cultures: Representing Cultural Diversity and Cohesion in Multicultural Australia, pp.49-66.

Witcomb, A., (2009) ‘National Trust of Australia’, Historical Encyclopedia of Western Australia, edited by Jenny Gregory and Jan Gothard, University of Western Australia Press, 2009, pp.623-624.


Conference Presentations by Author


 

Associate Professor Stephen Alomes presented a public lecture ('conference') on 'War and Nationalism: The Australian Experience' at the Universite de Provence, France on 14 October 2009.

Associate Professor Stephen Alomes (2009), was invited to present a paper on corruption in Australia and the comparative approach to the subject at the
international conference ‘Anti-corruption: Experience and Enlightenment’ at Fudan University and the Shanghai Administration Institute in June.

Associate Professor Stephen Alomes (2009), In early July he presented the paper‘The answer is…cultural history’ to the international conference of the Australian Society for the Study of Sporting History hosted by the University of Otago in New Zealand.

Associate Professor Stephen Alomes (2009), Shanghai conference on corruption hosted by Fudan University and the Shanghai Administration Institute, if it fits for your bulletin.


Dr Joost Cote was invited to present a paper to a symposium, Multiculturality, Religion and Legal Status in the Dutch Colonial World jointly hosted by the Institute for Netherlands History and the Royal Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies held in The Hague, January 21 - 23. The symposium brought together historians of colonialism in Dutch East and West Indies. His paper, entitled, ‘Creating Central Sulawesi: Mission intervention, colonialism and inter-communal conflict’, discussed mission intervention in Islamisation of Sulawesi and its consequences.

Dr Joost Cote (2009): Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash University, 30 April "Writing the (modern) history of the Pamona of Central Sulawesi".

Dr Joost Cote (2009): “Crossing Boundaries: Interrogating identity politics, power and meanings of built form in Southeast Asia”, Faculty of Architecture (Building and Planning) The University of Melbourne, 4 June, Paper: "Defining the colonial modern: kampung improvement, volkshuisvesting, and the 'progressive' project in Semarang, Java, 1900 - 1920".


Dr David Hundt and Dr Andrew Vandenberg (2009) ‘Grappling with Globalisation: Contention and Crisis in Sweden and Korea’ at the ICG Seminar series 2009, Deakin University, Melbourne.

Dr David Hundt (2009) South Korea confronts the rise of China, in Park, Duk-Soo (eds), Global Korea : old and new : proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Conference Korean Studies Association of Australasia, pp. 128-139, The Association, Australia


Professor Sue Kenny (2009) ‘Towards Unsettling Community Development’, paper presented at Community Development Journal: An International Forum (CDJ) held in London, September 2009.

Professor Sue Kenny and Dr Ismet Fanany (2009) ‘Nongovernment organisations and civil conflict’ paper presented at the International Conference on Aceh and Indian Ocean Studies II Civil Conflict and Its Remedies, Banda Aceh, February.


Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury (2009) ‘Peace processes and prospects in West Papua and Aceh: A Comparative Assessment’, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 17 February.

Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury (2009), Public address - ‘Recent Political Developments in Timor-Leste’, Friends of Los Palos, Annual General Meeting, Mornington Civic Center, 14 May 2009.

Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury(2009) National identity in Timor-Leste : a brief comparative study, in Leach, Michael; Mendes, Nuno Canas; da Silva, Antero B.; da Costa Ximenes, Alarico and Boughton, Bob (eds), Proceedings of the Understanding Timor-Lewste Conference, pp. 139-145, Swinburne Press, Hawthorn, Vic


Dr Michele Lobo (2009) Negotiating cultural difference in everyday life : some insights for inclusionary local governance, SOAC 2009 : City growth, sustainability, vitality and vulnerability : Proceedings of the State of Australian Cities National Conference 2009, pp. 1-24, Promaco Conventions Pty Ltd, Perth, W. A.


Professor William Logan gave the following Keynote addresses: World Heritage and Dialogue: Returning to the Spirit of UNESCO's Constitution, at 'Heritage in Asia: Converging Interests, Conflicting Interests', National University of Singapore, 8- 10 January 2009; and The Historic Urban Landscape in Asia, Keynote Address, Forum UNESCO: University and Heritage International Seminar, Hanoi, 5-10 April 2009.

Professor William Logan (2009), Keynote Speaker, paper presented “The Historic Urban Landscape of Asia”, at Forum UNESCO 12th International Seminar, Historic Urban Landscapes: A new concept? A new category of World Heritage Sites?, Hanoi Vietnam. 5-10 April.

Professor William Logan (2009), gave the keynote presentation at the 4th International Symposium on Haenyeo and Mam, Intangible Cultural Heritage of
Haenyeo; UNESCO Representative List and Safeguarding Measures, National Jeju University, Korea 8-9 June. The keynote speech was entitled ‘Protecting the Intangible: the UNESCO Convention on Intangible Cultural Heritage (2003) and its Implications’.

Professor William Logan (2009), gave a presentation at a seminar for the Social Research Institute ‘Protecting the Intangible: the UNESCO Convention on Intangible Cultural Heritage (2203) and its Implications’, at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 12 June.


Dr Colin Long (2009), presented paper “Preservation of socialist urban landscapes: Functional integrity of historic urban landscapes” at Forum UNESCO, 12th International Seminar, Historic Urban Landscapes: A new concept? A new category of World Heritage Sites?, Hanoi Vietnam, 5-10 April.


Professor Fethi Mansouri, Dr Louise Jenkins and Dr Lucas Walsh, ‘Racism and its impact on the health and wellbeing of Australian youth: empirical and theoretical insights’, International Conference on Migration, Citizenship and Intercultural Relations, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 19 – 20 November 2009.

Professor Fethi Mansouri and Dr Michele Lobo, ‘Sometimes we have to start first, otherwise the bridge will never be built”: Muslims and the Australian way of life’, International Conference on Migration, Citizenship and Intercultural Relations, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 19 – 20 November 2009.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2009), ‘Multiculturalism, Citizenship and the Social Experiences of Muslims in the West’. Keynote paper presented at the International Conference: ‘Politics and minorities between Rhetoric and reality’ University of Paris 13, Paris France, 26-27 March.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2009) ‘Multiculturalism, Social Inclusion and Race Relations in Contemporary Australia’. The Seventh International Conference on the New Directions in the Humanities. Beijing, China, 2- 5 June.

Professor Fethi Mansouri and Dr Vince Marotta (2009) convened the ICG Symposium on ‘Migration and Inter-cultural Encounters: From Theory to Empirical Research’ held at Deakin University on Friday 8 May.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2009), ‘Multiculturalism, Social Inclusion and Race Relations in Contemporary Australia’. The Seventh International Conference on the New Directions in the Humanities. Beijing, China, 2-5 June 2009.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2009), ‘Research on the Social Conditions of Muslim Australians’. Keynote paper presented to the launch of the Centre for the Study of Contemporary Muslim Societies, University of Western Sydney, 16 July 2009.

Professor Fethi Mansouri (2009), ‘The Challenge of Integration and Active Citizenship among Australian Muslims’. Keynote paper presented to the Conference on Islamophobia: The Experiences in Worlds Old and New Lessons from Europe and Australia, Monash University, 18-19 July 2009.


Dr Vince Marotta, ‘Multicultural places and the idea of home’, International Conference on Migration, Citizenship and Intercultural Relations, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 19 – 20 November 2009.


Dr Michelle Miller, ‘Migrants and Immigrants in Asia and the West: Challenges to Inclusionary Citizenship’, International Conference on Migration, Citizenship and Intercultural Relations, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 19 – 20 November 2009.

Dr Michelle Miller (2009), ‘Participatory Budgeting in a Decentralised Indonesia. The Case of Aceh’, International Conference on Participatory Budgeting in Asia and Europe. Key Challenges of Participation, Jointly organised by Zhejiang University, Friedrich Ebert Siftung (FES), and Centre Marc Bloch, Centre
franco-allemand de recherches en sciences socials, Lakeview Hotel, Hangzhou, China, 17 – 19 August 2009.

Dr Michelle Miller (2009) Organising the International Symposium on Ethnic Minorities in Asia: Subjects of Citizens? at the National University of Singapore’s Asia research Institute on 25 – 26 June 2009. Michelle submitted a grant proposal last year to ARI/NUS to hold this symposium and was awarded SG$22,000 to
contribute towards the event and preparation of the forthcoming publication.

Dr Michelle Miller (2009) ‘Opening Address/ Introductory Remarks’, International Symposium on Ethnic Minorities in Asia: Subjects or Citizens?, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, 25 – 26 June 2009.

Dr Michelle Miller (2009) ‘Subjects or Citizens? Problematising Ethnic Minority Rights Claims in Asia’, International Symposium on Ethnic Minorities in Asia: Subjects of Citizens?, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, 25 – 26 June 2009.

Dr Michelle Miller (2009), ‘Self-Government in Post-Conflict Aceh’, Tenth Indonesia Council Open Conference, University of Sydney, Australia, 15 – 17 July 2009.


Ms Colleen Murrell (2009) gave a lecture at Melbourne University on the role of television news agencies in the convergent media landscape on September 7th, 2009.

Ms Colleen Murrell (2009), presented the following paper at the International Communications Assn conference “Journalism in the 21st Century” on 16th July in Melbourne: “The Local and the Foreign: An Exploration of the Newsgathering Roles of the Fixer and the Correspondent in Today’s Iraq”.


Dr Nicole Oke, ‘Transnational Politics? The politics of temporary migration in Australia’, International Conference on Migration, Citizenship and Intercultural Relations, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 19 – 20 November 2009.

Dr Nicole Oke (2009) ‘Transnational Work, Transnational Organising: Support and Representation for Temporary Migrant Workers in Australia’, paper delivered at the International Industrial Relations Association 15th World Congress, Sydney, 24-27 August.


Associate Professor Stan van Hooft (2009) conducted seminars on Cosmopolitanism at the Research School of Social Sciences at the ANU, at the School of History and Philosophy at the University of New South Wales, and in the Politics Department of the University of Sydney between September 14-16.

Associate Professor Stan van Hooft (2009) conducted a seminar at the Australian Catholic University on September 28.

Associate Professor Stan van Hooft (2009) presented “Political Patriotism” at the Annual Conference of the Australasian Association of Philosophy at the University of Melbourne, July 8.

Associate Professor Stan van Hooft (2009) presented “Political Patriotism” at a staff seminar at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, at the University of Melbourne, May 6.

Associate Professor Stan van Hooft (2009) participated in a Roundtable on Cosmopolitanism for the School of International and Political Studies, Deakin University, May 22.


Dr Emily Potter(2009) presented a paper ‘Sustaining Communities, Climate Change and the Nature of Place’, at the Regenerating Communities Conference at RMIT on September 3.

Dr Emily Potter (2009) presented a paper 'Making Water Public' at the 'Culture, Politics and Ethics' conference, Salzburg, March 16-18. I also presented a version of the paper for at a guest seminar at the Menzies Institute, King's College London, on 25 March.


Dr Fengqi Qian (2009) ‘Internationalising the war memories – the building and the rebuilding of the Najing Massacre Memorial’, presented the paper to the conference ‘Curating Difficult Knowledge’, University of Concordia, Canada, 15 -18 April.

Dr Fengqi Qian (2009), ‘Internationalising the war memories – the building and the rebuilding of the Najing Massacre Memorial’, paper to be presented to the conference ‘Curating Difficult Knowledge’, University of Concordia, Canada, 15-18 April 2009.


Professor Geoffrey Stokes (2009) ‘Democracy and Citizenship in Gandhi’s Hind Swaraj, Social Development and Human Civilisation in the 21st Century: An International Seminar on the Centenary of Hind Swaraj. New Delhi: India International Centre, 12-14 February, 2009.


Mr Dean Coldicott and Dr Steven Slaughter hosted a workshop on Neo-liberalism and Public Involvement in Global Governance: From Transnational Contestation to Transnational Democracy, hosted by Deakin University, Melbourne November 30 - December 1, 2009.


Mr Jonathan Sweet (2009), gave a public lecture titled 'Visitor Experience, Museums and Tourism', at Chiang Mai University, Thailand, 21 June 2009.


Professor David Walker (2009), ‘Knowing Asia/Knowing Australia’, NZAsia conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 6-8 July.


Dr Nina Weerakody and Ahmad, J. (2009) The 'Skeleton Budget', 'Intranet', 'Dole' and Other Strange Words : Bridging the Cultural Divide in a Multicultural Classroom, in Siti Zobidah Omar, Mohd Nizam Osman, Jusang Bolong and Muhamad Sham Shahkat Ali (eds), Communication Encounters Across Cultures, Universiti Putra Malaysia and The Pacific and Asian Communication Association(PACA), Malaysia.

Dr Nina Weerakody presented a paper and published in the conference proceedings: Proceedings of the 7th Bienneial Conference of the Pacific Asia Communication Association (PACA2009), Putrajaya, Malaysia- 10-12 January 2009. pp. 594-606.

Dr Nina Weerakody and Ahmad, Jamilah* (2009) 'Skeleton budget', 'intranet', 'dole', and other strange Words: Bridging the cultural divide in a multicultural classroom, PACA 2009 : 7th Biennial Conference of the Pacific and Asian Communication Association: Communication Encounters Across Cultures, pp. 1-13, Perpustakaan Negara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Dr Nina Weerakkody, ‘Discourses about ‘others’: An exploratory study of how international students’‘frame’ their opinions of Australians and other international students at an Australian university’, International Conference on Migration, Citizenship and Intercultural Relations, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 19 – 20 November 2009.

Dr. Niranjala (Nina) Weerakkody (2009) Presented at ‘The causes and effects of the ‘cultural divide’: An exploratory study of the teaching and learning of international postgraduate students at an Australian university’.

Dr. Niranjala (Nina) Weerakkody (2009) Presented at the 2009 Annual Conference of the International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies (IAICS2009), Kumamoto, Japan, 18-20 September, 2009.


Associate Professor Andrea Witcomb (2009) was invited to attend a Symposium on ‘The Future of History Museums‘ at Brown University, Rhode Island, 13-14 August 2009.

Associate Professor Andrea Witcomb (2009) was invited to contribute to a panel discussion for ‘ Digital Heritage: A Flinders University Public Symposium’, Tuesday, 22 September 2009.

Associate Professor Andrea Witcomb and Professor Bill Logan (2009), attended the 33rd Session of the World Heritage Committee in Seville, Spain, as part of the Australian official delegation.


Dr Linda Young (2009) attended the conference 'Transformations in Cultural and Scientific Communication', Melbourne Museum, 2-3 March.


Dr Grazyna Zajdow (2009) presented a paper called ‘Outsourcing the Risks: Alcohol Licensing and the making of the Night-time Economy’ at the Risk, Resilience and Beyond: The Australian Sociological Association, Crime and Governance Thematic Group Symposium, September 25, Brisbane.

Dr Grazyna Zajdow(2009) Producing the market for alcohol : the Victorian example, TASA 2009 : Proceedings of the annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association 2009 : The future of sociology, pp. 1-11, Australian Sociological Association, Canberra, A.C.T.


Media Coverage by Author


 

Associate Professor Stephen Alomes was quoted in the Sunday Age 27 September 2009 on the social appeal of reality and real life 'disaster' television programs.

Associate Professor Stephen Alomes has been interviewed by:

  • ABC Melbourne Drive (Libbi Gorr) on the departure from office of President George W Bush - 14.1.2009
  • ABC Ballarat (networked around regional Victoria) on Australia Day - 22.1.2009
  • 4ZZZ Brisbane on nationalism and the flag - 22.1.2009
  • The Wire, a syndicated community radio program, on Waitangi Day and Pakeha-Maori relations - 6.2.2009
  • Larry Schwartz of the Age on escapism in hard times

Dr Scott Burchill

  • Interviewed in Business Spectator on the global financial crisis at: http://www.businessspectator.com.au/bs.nsf/Article/Global-political-crisis-$pd20090311-Q285Z?OpenDocument
  • Quoted in http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009/03/23/2523370.htm?section=world regarding Afghanistan troop surge.
  • In Learn this week (April 28) http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,25379837-5011680,00.html

Associate Professor Matthew Clarke was interviewed on

  • Radio interviews for ABC Adelaide, ABC Canberra and television interview on ABC2 on Charity to Humanitarian Emergencies, February 2009.
  • Print interview for Reuters Asia on Bushfires and Climate Change, February 2009.
  • Television interview with 'ABC News Breakfast' (ABC2) - on Bushfires and Public Donations
  • Radio Interview with ADC Adelaide, ABC Canberra - on Bushfires and Public Donations
  • Radio Interview with 94.7 Pulse (Geelong) - on UN and Burma
  • Print Interview with Reuters Asia - on Climate Change

Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury was interviewed on

  • Agence France Press and the Sydney Morning Herald on 'the meaning of the Obama presidency', January 2009.
  • SBS TV news on 'the Sri Lanka crisis', 27 January 2009.
  • ABC Adelaide on 'the situation in Gaza', 3 February 2009.
  • Radio New Zealand on 'the West Papua situation more generally', 16 February 2009.
  • 5 May ABC 774 - world affairs
  • 8 May Reuters Jakarta - Yudhoyono's bid for a second term as president
  • 15 May 2DU - on the Opposition's blockage of the Budget
  • 18 May ABC News Radio - Sri Lankan war
  • 18 May SBS TV News - Sri Lanka war
  • 18 May ABC Sydney Drive program - Sri Lanka war
  • 19 May ABC 774 world affairs
  • 19 May Radio Australia - Sri Lanka war
  • 21 May ABC News Radio - Sri Lanka war

Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury - article in The Age on 'Sri Lanka and Gaza' 6 January 2009.

Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury (E- Articles) on - crikey.com, on 'the jailing of five Australians in West Papua', 27 January 2009 and on 'the Sri Lanka crisis', 2 February 2009.

Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury (2009) Civil and political rights in Australia, Open Forum, Global Access Partners (GAP), Strawberry Hills, N.S.W.


Professor William Logan was interviewed by Ms Hisano Toyoshima and colleagues from Japan Consortium for International Cooperation in Cultural Heritage (JCIC-Heritage) on 27 January 2009 at Southbank, Melbourne, re: survey of Australian workflow and concept of international cooperation for cultural heritage.

Dr Colin Long was interviewed on ABC Radio Australia Connect Asia program on Mon 2 February by Sen Lam about 'Revolutionary heritage' a tourist drawcard in Laos, and the forthcoming Vientxay Field Trip to Laos which CH&MS will conduct early February. The interview went live to air, and podcast can be accessed via http:// www.radioaustralia.net.au/connectasia/stories/200902/s2479864.htm


Professor Fethi Mansouri:

  • 25 November 2009, Mid-coast Observer NSW, a feature article titled 'Nasty truth of nation's schoolyards', regarding 'Racism Among Young Australians'.
  • 23 November 2009, Sydney Morning Herald, article by Kevin Donnelly titles 'Independent schools are bastions of equality and tolerance', in relation to the 'Racism Among Young Australians'.
  • 20 November 2009, SBS Arabic Radio, interview with Marie Myssy, regarding 'Racism Among Young Australians'.
  • 19 November 2009, Southern Free Times Qld, a feature article titled 'schools the major site for youth racism, new report finds', regarding 'Racism Among Young Australians'.
  • 19 November 2009, SBS Radio, the World News (15 minutes), interview with Carline Davy, regarding 'Racism Among Young Australians'.
  • 19 November 2009, The Age, article by Miki Perkins, regarding the 'Racism Among Young Australians' report.
  • 19 November 2008, SBS Television, the World News (6:30pm), interview with Chris Baker, regarding 'Muslim Australians and social inclusion.

Dr Michelle Miller (2009) Interviewed on 2 May. Television interviews on 'Festivals and Celebrations' and'Man and Animal' for two episodes of Culture X, Series 2, forthcoming on Channel 12, Arts Central, Mediacorp, Singapore, July 2009.


Dr Emily Potter (2009) Interviewed on The New Indian Express, Kerala, India, on 10 June about her forthcoming book 'Plastic Water: The social and material life of bottled water' (MIT Press).

Dr Emily Potter (2009) Interviewed on Mathruboomi, Kerala, India, on 10 June about her forthcoming book''Plastic Water: The social and material life of bottled water' (MIT Press).

Dr Emily Potter (2009) Interviewed on Asianet News, Kerala, India, on 12 June on her forthcoming book'Plastic Water: The social and material life of bottled water' (MIT Press).


Dr Andrew Vandenberg (2009) Panel discussion: The Return of Socialism? Hosted by Hugh Chiverton on Radio 3, Radio Television Hong Kong, 10:30-11:15am, 27th April.


Professor David Walker (2009) 'Life on a limb a shared space', by Andrew Trounson in Australian, Higher Education, 29/07/2009, Page 32

Professor David Walker (2009) 'Beautiful Strength', Heat Magazine, new series, 2009


Dr Nina Weerakkody (2009) Interviewed on K-Rock and Bay FM radio on 1 May 2009 about the images of the Ku Klux Klan that appeared on the Torquay Tigers website.

Dr Nina Weerakkody (2009) Quoted in the Sunday Age on mobile phones and young people for the article'The call of the child: kids get upwardly mobile'; on 26 April, p. 5.


Other Activities by Participant


 

Centre for citizenship, development and human rights, Deakin university, The City of Port Phillip& the Revolutionary Association of the women of Afghanistan (RAWA) held a forum on Afghanistan 2009: Escalating violence, under-development and women striving for change with guest speaker: Shazia on Wednesday 3 June 2009 at St. Kilda Town Hall.


Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific joins Asian Academy for Heritage Management . The Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific (CHCAP) has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Asian Academy for Heritage Management (AAHM). In consultation with UNESCO and ICCROM, ‘AAHM promotes integrated, holistic and multi-disciplinary management of heritage resources, including both tangible and intangible expressions of culture.’ (UNESCO Bangkok). CHCAP has been a Core Member of the AAHM since its foundation in the early 2000s.


Dr Kevin Brown, Deputy Director, Centre for Citizenship, Development and Human Rights - Applied for 2009-11 Victorian Department of Planning and Community Development. Volunteering and Wellbeing: Individual Outcomes and Organisational Practice. ($150,000). Chief Investigators Kevin Brown (Deakin University) with Russell Hoye (La Trobe), Matthew Nicholson (Ballarat) and Arthur Stukas (La Trobe).


Dr Scott Burchill - Council on Foreign Relations quotes Deakin Academic on April 2, 2009 in http://www.cfr.org/publication/19009/

Dr Scott Burchill : Lecture - ’Globalisation: the dark side’ to VCE students at Caulfield Grammar School on Monday, 18 May 2009.

Dr Scott Burchill : Lecture - 'terrorism' to 680 VCE students for Social Education Victoria (http:// www.sev.asn.au ) at the Melbourne City Conference Centre, 333 Swanston St Melbourne on Friday, 15 May 2009.


Professor Baogang He has facilitated and assisted the local government of Zeguo township, Zhejiang Province, in conducting the fourth experiment of the deliberative polling on township budget on 21 February 2009. Mot time in February Professor He busy with helping the local officials to prepare brief documents, design questionnaire, invite more than a dozen national and provincial officials and scholars to observe the deliberative poling event, and organize a workshop on deliberative democracy on 22 February 2009. The fourth deliberative polling used the same 197 citizens randomly selected in 2008 as they were familiarized with the 2008 budget. 2009 Deliberative Polling made several improvements. First, it developed the variety form of questions in the survey that are more suitable to budget issues. Second, it invited 10 migrant workers to form a small discussion group alone with other groups to discuss budget issues. Third, rather than discussing the whole budget, which is too complex to be addressed adequately in one day, it focused on the most important issues of education budget and subsidy budget across the town. Forth, the result was presented to Zeguo Local People’s Congress only two days later on 23 Feb so as to ensure an intensive interaction between Deliberative Polling and Local People’s Congress. Zeguo government has been using deliberative polling technique to hold public consultation which has direct input in the township policy in the last five years. The agreement was reached that Zeguo government will carry out this sort of deliberative polling for next ten years.


Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury has been invited and accepted the honorary position as Editorial Board Member for Asian Politics and Policy Journal for one year from July 2009 to June 2010.

Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury : Public address - ‘Recent Political Developments in Timor-Leste’, Friends of Los Palos, Annual General Meeting, Mornington Civic Center, 14 May 2009.

Associate Professor Damien Kingsbury has been invited and accepted the honorary position as Editorial Board Member for Asian Politics and Policy Journal for one year from July 2009 to June 2010.


Professor Sue Kenny was invited by Professor Peter Shergold, Director of the Centre for Social Impact at the University of NSW to a roundtable discussion of ‘developments in third sector research’ on 24 March 2009 .


Dr Colin Long and Professor William Logan undertook a consultancy for UNESCO’s Hanoi Office advising the Hanoi People’s Committee on writing the Thang Long-Hanoi Citadel World Heritage nomination dossier, which was completed in January 2009. The dossier has now been submitted to the World Heritage Committee in Paris and a decision will be made in June 2010.

Professor William Logan has been appointed to the Protecting Cultural Heritage International Scientific Committees (ISC). The 2010 World Universities Congress will be held in Canakkale, Turkey, to explore the overarching theme “What should be the new aims and responsibilities of universities within the framework of global issues?”

Professor William Logan participated in International Advisory Board Meetings of Academy of Irish Cultural Heritages, University of Ulster, Derry, Northern Ireland, UK, 13-15 January 2009.

Professor William Logan attended a meeting on 19 January 2009 at Silpakorn University, Bangkok, with Montira Horayangura Anukul, Program Specialist, UNESCO Office Bangkok, and Margherita Bonomi, Luke James (Deakin Master of Cultural Heritage students on internship in the UNESCO Office). The meeting was regarding the implementation of the Deakin/UNESCO Memorandum of Understanding under which CHCAP is UNESCO's adviser on capacity building for museums in Asia-Pacific region; and the pilot museums capacity building workshop, Lampang, Thailand (mid-2009).

Professor William Logan participated in the Asian Academy of Heritage Management (AAHM) Executive Committee Meeting, which discussed operational issues and future activities of AAHM, in Bangkok, Thailand 13-14 June. CHCAP is a core member of AAHM.


Ms Pam Maclean, Associate Professor Michele Langfield, Associate Professor Andrea Witcomb and Dr Linda Young : A collaborative project between Deakin University and Jewish Holocaust Centre to produce a book with the provision of a history of the Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre, Melbourne. The project will be based in Cultural Heritage Centre for Asia and the Pacific.


Professor Fethi Mansouri, Director, Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation signed 'A Commitment to Young Australians,' on Monday 16 February 2009. Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation has chosen to support the Commitment to Young Australians, an initiative of Australian Research Alliance for Children & Youth (ARACY). As an organisation that signed the Commitment, CCG will be helping to create the social, cultural, political and economic environment in which the wellbeing and development of all children and young people can be assured.


Ms Colleen Murrell was on the preliminary judging panel for the United Nations Association of Australia Media Peace Awards (radio category) on September 20th, 2009.


Dr Fengqi Qian visited the Peace Memorial Hiroshima, the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo and the newly refurbished Nanjing Massacre Memorial during her esearch field trip in 2008 (16 November—4 December 2008). These beautiful yet haunting sites were visited to undertake research interpretations of memories of the Nanjing Massacre and the WWII in China, in comparison with that in Japan. Some of the data collected will be used in a conference paper about the new Nanjing Massacre Memorial, which Qian has been preparing for the Conference 'Curating Difficult Knowledge' in April 2009. Dr Qian also had a meeting with academics of Nanjing Normal University and The Nanjing Institute of Arts on the interpretation of memories of the WWII.


Mr Jonathan Sweet was elected to the Australian National Committee at the International Council of Museums Australia (ICOM) Annual General Meeting.

Mr Jonathan Sweet has completed a pilot research program to develop collections management training for Buddhist Monks in Northern Thailand. Partners were the Chiang Mai University, Fine Arts Department, and UNESCO Bangkok.


Professor David Walker is appointed to ‘ The Distinguished Visiting Chair in Australian Studies’ at the University of Copenhagen for the period - February to 30 June 2010.


Dr Nina Weerakkody gave invited lectures on ’The applications of qualitative research methods in the everyday professional practices of journalism, public relations and media and communication,’ at Universiti Technologi Mara, Faculty of Communication and Media Studies, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, 9 January
2009 and in Universiti Sains Malaysia, School of Communication, Penang, Malaysia, 19 January 2009.

Dr Nina Weerakkody gave invited lectures on ’The applications of qualitative research methods in the everyday professional practices of journalism, public relations,’ at The Institute for Public Relations Malaysia on 16 January 2009.


Dr Linda Young and Mr Jonathan Sweet attended the Museums Australia Conference in Newcastle, NSW in May.

Dr Linda Young recently completed a large consultancy to assess the significance of Old Gippstown, a‘historic village’ in Moe, with 27 buildings and 5800+ objects. The aim of the significance assessment is to establish some parameters of historical provenance and physical integrity to use as a baseline for effective
management of heritage resources. A piece on the project has been prepared for Pharos, the newsletter of the Professional Historians Association, and a research article is underway.


2009 Annual Report

ICG Annual report 2009 cover

 

Deakin University acknowledges the traditional land owners of present campus sites.

21st November 2011