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Submissions from 2022

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Mindfulness, recovery-stress balance, and well-being among university dance students, Peta Blevins, Gene Moyle, Shona Erskine, and Luke Hopper

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Illuminating the motives of racism when adapting and directing The Merchant of Venice, Lucy Eyre

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COVID-19 and the ‘perfectly governed city’, Laura Glitsos

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Outside-in or inside–out? The conflicted discourse of Stanislavsky in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand: Part one, Jonathan W. Marshall

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Rethinking arts-based research methods in education: Enhanced participant engagement processes to increase research credibility and knowledge translation, Julia E. Morris and Lisa Francesca Paris

Submissions from 2021

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At risk: The arts and humanities, Clive Barstow and Jill F. Durey

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A game-based online tool to measure cognitive functions in students, Valeska Berg, Mark McMahon, Shane L. Rogers, Michael Garrett, Dominic Manley, and Gabbie Miller

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Entrepreneurial orientation among arts managers in Western Australia, Alistair J. Campbell and Helen Rusak

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‘Are you sure we’re witches and not puritans?’: Sexual flexibility and unrealised desire in Netflix’s chilling adventures of Sabrina, Debra Dudek

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Growing through life’s bumpy moments: Key experiences transforming the careers of positive veteran performing arts teachers, Christina Gray, Geoffrey M. Lowe, Peter F. Prout, and Sarah Jefferson

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Between activism and academia: Zine-making as a feminist response to COVID-19, Emily M. Gray, Joanna Pollitt, and Mindy Blaise

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TLC, Freddie Grigson, Tom O'Halloran, and Chris Tarr

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Development of a machine learning model for the estimation of hip and lumbar angles in ballet dancers, Danica Hendry, Kathryn Napier, Richard Hosking, Kevin Chai, Paul Davey, Luke Hopper, Catherine Wild, Peter O'Sullivan, Leon Straker, and Amity Campbell

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2 minutes from home, Cat Hope, Tristan Parr, Aaron Wyatt, Louise Devenish, Lindsay Vickery, Stuart James, and Decibel New Music Ensemble

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Hybrid#6, Sebnem Nazli Karali and Gale Thackeray

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Contested spaces, Nicola Kaye, Stephen Terry, Lyndall Adams, and Marcella Polain

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The cognitive development of food taste perception in a food tourism destination: A gastrophysics approach, Sangkyun (Sean) Kim, Eerang Park, Yi Fu, and Fan Jiang

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Green people management, internal communications and employee engagement, Esmond N. Kuuyelleh, Desmond T. Ayentimi, and Hossein Ali Abadi

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Hyper-performativity and early career teachers: Interrogating teacher subjectivities in neoliberal educational assemblages, Kirsten Lambert and Christina Gray

W.F. Bach & J.G. Müthel: Complete works for two fortepianos, Geoffrey Lancaster and James Huntingford

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Out of the closet and into the streets: Reflections on the considerations in hosting rural pride events, Clifford Lewis and Oscar Vorobjovas-Pinta

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On the threshold: Conceptual speculation, Ffion Murphy, Donna L. Brien, and Kiera Lindsey

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Scholarship in action, Bruce Mutard, Stuart Medley, and Helen Kara

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Axiom [studio recording], Tom O'Halloran, Pete Jeavons, and Daniel Susnjar

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Observations of children with disability during arts-based multisensory story and rhyme activities: Is it all just chimes and perfumes?, John O'Rourke, Susan Main, Christina Gray, and Christine Lovering

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Feminist ethicality in child-animal research: Worlding through complex stories, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Mindy Blaise

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Weather bodies: Experimenting with dance improvisation in environmental education in the early years, Jo Pollitt, Mindy Blaise, and Tonya Rooney

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Choreographing collaboratories: Studios of situated improvisations, Jo Pollitt, Sylvia Kind, Cristina Delgado Vintimilla, and Lilly Blue

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Glass ceilings, glass harmonicas: Challenges for women in musical leadership, Helen Rusak

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Chinese international students in the United States: The interplay of students’ acculturative stress, academic standing, and quality of life, Zhaohui Su, Dean McDonnell, Feng Shi, Bin Liang, Xiaoshan Li, Jun Wen, Yuyang Cai, Yu-Tao Xiang, and Ling Yang

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"Having it both ways: Containing the champions of feminism in female-led origin and solo superhero films", Jessica Taylor and Laura Glitsos

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Understanding fan tourists at a non-commodified fan pilgrimage site: An application of fan capital theory, Timo Thelen and Sangkyun Kim

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Artists' books: Objects of visible and invisible realms, Paul Uhlmann

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Gay tourism: New perspectives, Oscar Vorobjovas-Pinta

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Intellectual capital and firm performance: The mediating role of innovation speed and quality, Zhining Wang, Shaohan Cai, Huigang Liang, Nianxin Wang, and Erwei (David) Xiang

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Movie roadshow as dramaturgical interaction between film professionals and audiences: An event organiser perspective in the Chinese film industry, Min Xu and Sangkyun Kim

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‘Mingren are the respectable ones’: An analysis of everyday engagements with contemporary celebrity culture in China, Min Xu, Stijn Reijnders, and Sangkyun (Sean) Kim

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Assessing the applicability of three approaches to design-oriented research, Jing Zhou, Christopher Kueh, and Yi Lin

Submissions from 2020

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Public Arts: The academy engaging with Main Roads WA, industry and community, Lyndall Adams, Harrison See, and Fiona Bell

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Dangerous women feminism: Female pop music artists’ concert tours and the hostility that has ensued, Panizza Allmark

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Shakaya Shakaya (2002), Panizza Allmark

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‘Come all savage creatures’: Becoming Bakkhai in the southwest of Western Australia, Kathy Boxall and Vahri McKenzie

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The Hop Portal snowglobe architecture: Making virtual reality functional, T. Chady and Paul Haskell-Dowland

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Performing water: Site-specific dance-making as liquid art, Lucinda Coleman

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Community impact of an Australian Aboriginal art centre, Trudi Cooper

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Valuing universities’ heritage assets in light of the third mission of universities, Laura Corazza, Maurizio Cisi, and Simone Domenico Scagnelli

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Building a better micro: Bit IDE – teaching computer science, M. Ellis, G. Thompson, and Paul Haskell-Dowland

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Aesthetic-ethical-political movements in professional learning: Encounters with feminist new materialisms and Reggio Emilia in early childhood research, Stefania Giamminuti, Jane Merewether, and Mindy Blaise

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The Pepe the Frog meme: An examination of social, political, and cultural implications through the tradition of the Darwinian Absurd, Laura Glitsos and James Hall

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Being the adult you needed as a kid: Why the AITSL standards are not the best fit for drama teachers, Christina Gray and Kirsten Lambert

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TLC Trio [performance], Freddie Grigson, Tom O'Halloran, and Chris Tarr

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Peppa pig is gangsta: China's challenging memes, Kay Hearn

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Sustaining dancer wellbeing through independent professional dance careers, Luke S. Hopper, Peta Blevins, Shona Erskine, Danica Hendry, Raewyn Hill, and Richard Longbottom

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Masculine uses of the womb in the renaissance, Şebnem N. Karali

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Interlace: Inter-institutional engagement, Nicola Kaye and Clive Barstow

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Beyond the authentic taste: The tourist experience at a food museum restaurant, Sangkyun Kim, Eerang Park, and Min Xu

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Powerful dressing: Artfully challenging sexism in the academy, Linda Knight, Emily Gray, and Mindy Blaise

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Fauna, Donna Mazza

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The fingerprint, Donna Mazza

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The ‘graphic’ in ‘typographic’: Picture theory applied to type through caricature, Stuart Medley

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Enchanted animism: A matter of care, Jane Merewether

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The question(s), the material(s) and the ethics of creative practice research methodologies, Renée Newman and Lyndall Adams

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Integrating the musical, the natural, and the improvised: David Rothenberg and multispecies musicking, Robin Ann Ryan

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Dialogic painting and mythology: Cross-cultural collaboration amidst COVID restrictions, Harrison See

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The surprising benefits of asynchronicity: Teaching music theatre online, Nicole Stinton

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Land of smoke, Paul Uhlmann

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Lines of doubt, fear and tenderness in the work of José Luis Cuevas and Tommi Parrish, Paul Uhlmann

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Notational strategies for integrating live performers with complex sounds and environments, Lindsay Vickery

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Resisting marginalisation and reconstituting space through LGBTQI+ events, Oscar Vorobjovas-Pinta and Anne Hardy

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Chinese tourists’ motivations of visiting a highly volatile destination: a means-end approach, Jun Wen and Songshan Sam Huang

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A study of segmentation of cannabis-oriented tourists from China based on motivation, Jun Wen, Fang Meng, Tianyu Ying, and Yaniv Belhassen

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Inside the movie roadshow: a critical approach to media events in China, Min Xu, Stijn Reijnders, and Sangkyun Kim

Submissions from 2019

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Youth matters: Shedding light on displacement in Syrian girls' memoirs, Alberta Natasia Adji

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Polite patriotism: The Edwardian gentleman in English music, 1904 to 1914, Paul Hopwood

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Britain, australia and the secret ballot act of 1872, Edwin Jaggard

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The True Tail, Donna Mazza

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Normal milk, Vahri G. Mckenzie

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Making visible: Illustration through identification, categorization, and metaphor, Stuart Medley

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Driving into the sun, Marcella Polain

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List from 231002 - 150907, Gregory Pryor

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Piano solo recital, Anna Sleptsova and Lee Bradshaw

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Fragment I (Indian Ocean); Fragment II (Indian Ocean); Fragment III (Indian Ocean, ghosts), Paul Uhlmann

Submissions from 2018

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Keeping it real: Student collaboration with industry, Jo Jung and Hanadi Haddad

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What is possible or impossible to perform, Alexa Taylor

Submissions from 2017

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More than princess girls and "grrr" heterosexual dudes: An exploration of space, text, performativity, gender and becoming in senior secondary drama classrooms, Kirsten Lambert

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More than “sluts” or “prissy girls”: Gender and becoming in senior secondary drama classrooms, Kirsten Lambert, Peter R. Wright, Jan Currie, and Robin Pascoe

Submissions from 2016

Two screenplays, one writer, national voice, Rose Ferrell

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Peer review as learning tool in design units, Jo Jung and Mark McMahon

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Embodiment and becoming in secondary drama classrooms: The effects of neoliberal education cultures on performances of text and self, Kirsten Lambert, Peter Wright, Jan Currie, and Robin Pascoe

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Performativity and creativity in senior secondary drama classrooms, Kirsten Lambert, Peter R. Wright, Jan Currie, and Robin Pascoe

Submissions from 2015

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Desiring machines and nomad spaces: Neoliberalism, performativity and becoming in senior secondary drama classrooms, Kirsten Lambert, Peter Wright, Jan Currie, and Robin Pascoe

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Data-driven performativity: Neoliberalism's impact on drama education in Western Australian secondary schools, Kirsten Lambert, Peter R. Wright, Jan Currie, and Robin Pascoe