Faculty Research

Faculty Research

We explore key contemporary issues in the fields of law, humanities and the creative arts. This occurs not only within specialised disciplinary contexts, but also through rich interdisciplinary dialogue and exchange.  Legal research enters into dialogue with sociological, philosophical, historical and cultural research, as well as with modes of creative practice and criticism.  Humanities and creative arts research discovers new points of intersection, exploring questions of emotion, narrative, mediation and reception from multiple perspectives. We are particularly renowned for our cutting edge multidisciplinary research on ocean law, maritime security and natural marine resource management.

We support our academics and HDR students to achieve their professional goals as researchers, policy makers and creative practitioners within an active and strongly interdisciplinary research culture.  Our research is directed through thematic centres, project based initiatives and collegial networks - offering focus, collaboration and support to scholars at all career stages.

Research Strengths

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Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources & Security (ANCORS)

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Research Centres

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Legal Intersections Research Centre (LIRC)

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Centre for Critical Human Rights Research (HRR)

Centre for Critical Human Rights Research (HRR)

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CENTER FOR TEXTS, CULTURES AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

Centre for Texts, Cultures and Creative Industries (CTC)

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Research Networks & Initiatives

 

NETWORK FOR COLONIAL AND SETTLER STUDIES (NCSS)

Colonial and Settler Studies Network (CASS)

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CONTEMPORARY EMOTIONS RESEARCH NETWORK (CERN)

Contemporary Emotions Research Network (CERN)

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FEMINIST RESEARCH NETWORK (FRN)

Feminist Research Network (FRN)

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MATERIAL ECOLOGIES NETWORK (MECO)

Material Ecologies Network (MECO)

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NARRATIVE PRACTICE IN THERAPY INITIATIVE (NPT)

Narrative Practice in Therapy Initiative (NPT)

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Last reviewed: 30 June, 2017