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  • Marinelli, Maurizio (Carocci Editore, 2012)
    The most significant historical event with regard to the Chinese 'public intellectual' can be best defined as an action-reaction mechanism.
  • Chio, Jenny (Routledge, 2009)
    The Big Bang theory postulates that an explosion of matter and energy set off the expansion of the universe. The universe was created by this explosion, and it continues to grow. This phenomenon is called Hubble's ...
  • Norman, Richard; Haas, Marion; Wilcken, B (Elsevier, 2009)
    To examine and evaluate the economic evidence regarding the use of tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS) for the detection of rare metabolic conditions in neonates, and then to consider the transferability of these national-level ...
  • Unknown author (2012-05-23)
    This collection contains an Internet archive of crisis coverage of the 2000 Fiji coup by University of the South Pacific journalism students. David Robie and journalism students at the University of the South Pacific (USP) ...
  • Macnamara, Jim (University of Queensland, 2008)
    Internet media have come under increasing examination since the early 1990s within a number of theoretical frameworks, including their use and potential influence in the public sphere of political discourse. Increasing use ...
  • Edwards, Melissa; Bullen, Paul; Onyx, Jenny (Charles Sturt University, 2007)
    The central aim of the article is to examine the relationship between power and social capital within the cultural, historical and spatial contingencies of three rural communities in Australia. These communities are West ...
  • Goodall, Heather; Davis, Ken; Minnis, Diane (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-24)
  • Dabarera, Natalie; O'Grady, Dominic; Cotterell, Chantel; Jennings, Rebecca (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-24)
    Reverse activism of younger lesbians – Natalie Dabarera and Chantel Cotterell Citizen Glynn: an unemployed leather-loving gay rights advocate who gave us the Sydney Star Observer – Dominic O’Grady Chair: Rebecca Jennings
  • Minnis, Diane; Abello, David (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-24)
    Gay Liberation Quire– David Abello Chair: Diane Minnis
  • Abello, David; Evans, Rachel; Willett, Graham (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-24)
    Impact of Latin America on queer activism in Australia – Rachel Evans The new homonormativity: does it have historical origins? – David Abello Chair: Graham Willett
  • Goodall, Heather; Minnis, Diane; Davis, Ken (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-24)
    Conference welcome by conference organisers Diane Minnis and Ken Davis. Welcome by CCS member Professor Heather Goodall, UTS
  • Wills, Sue; Black, Ian; Watson, Lex (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-25)
    Sue Wills – CAMP and lesbians in Women’s Liberation Lex Watson – And in the beginning the word was 'Out' Chair: Ian Black
  • French, Robert; Bonsall-Boone, Peter; Watson, Lex; Trebilco, Peter; Eglington, Col; Thomas, Lynn; Wills, Sue; Chetcuti, Joseph; Bowers, Charlie (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-25)
    Panel: Peter Bonsall-Boone Joseph Chetcuti, Lynn Thomas, Col Eglington, Peter Trebilco, Charlie Bowers, Sue Wills, Lex Watson Chair: Robert French
  • McCrossin, Julie; Minnis, Diane; Davis, Ken; Rolfe, Terry; Stein, Pam; Batterham, Terry; Sobski, Jozefa; Gulliver, Penny (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-25)
    Panel: Jozefa Sobski, Terry Batterham, Pam Stein, Terry Rolfe, Penny Gulliver, Ken Davis, Julie McCrossin Chair: Diane Minnis
  • Hillard, David; Willett, Graham; Taylor, Jean; Low, Carol; Minnis, Diane (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-25)
    Society Five and its audience – Graham Willett Early lesbian groups in Melbourne – Jean Taylor Beginnings of CAMP in South Australia – David Hilliard The Brisbane CAMP Club – Carol Low Chair: Diane Minnis
  • Fisher, Jeremy; Wills, Sue; Ashmore, Edd; Ross, Liz (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-25)
    Anti-psychiatry – Sue Wills Forty years: reflections on not being in the closet – Jeremy Fisher: The Red in the Rainbow – Liz Ross Chair: Edd Ashmore
  • McKinnon, Scott; Witte, John; Davis, Ken (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-25)
    Strike up the Band, gay men and film – Scott McKinnon Camp humour and satire – Ken Davis Chair: John Witte
  • Minnis, Diane; Goodall, Heather; SPI, Mother; Davis, Ken (UTS Cosmopolitan Civil Societies Research Centre, 2010-09-25)
    Welcome by CCS member Professor Heather Goodall, UTS Blessing – Mother SPI Conference organisation – Diane Minnis and Ken Davis
  • Marshall, Jonathan (University of Chicago in US; Intellect Books in UK, 2013)
    Myths and stories sometimes tell us information we prefer not to observe consciously. This article argues there is a homology between cyborgs and zombies, by considering the Cybermen in the long running British TV programme ...