Publications by the AEGIS Research Network
Cininas, J. (2013) "Girlie Werewolves with Five O'Clock Shadows: Surveying Representations of She Wolves, Wolf Girls and Female Werewolves in Printmaking and the Visual Arts" in Luke Morgan (ed.), IMPACT7: Intersections and Counterpoints , Monash University Publishing, pp. 106-113
Cininas, J.’ (2011 )Wolf Girls and Hirsute Heroines," PAN: Philosophy, Activism Nature 8, p.p. 30-41
Cininas, J. (2010) ’One Wolf Girl Battles Against All Mankind: The New Breed of Female Werewolf as Eco-warrior in Contemporary Film and Fiction," PAN: Philosophy, Activism Nature 7, p.p. 10-22
Cininas, J (2009) "Beware the Full Moon: Female Werewolves and That Time of the Month" in Maria Barrett (ed), Grotesque Femininities: Evil, Women and the Feminine, Inter-Disciplinary Press: Oxford, UK, 2009, p.p. 3-26
Duxbury, L. (2012,) ’Breath-taking: creating artistic visualisations of atmospheric conditions to evoke responses to climate change’ in Local Global Journal, RMIT Publishing, Melbourne, vol. 10, pp. 34 – 45.
Duxbury, L. (2011) ’Picture This: Transforming artworks into exegetical texts to create new insights’ in ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural and Policy Studies, Vol. 30(2), pp. 35 – 43.
Duxbury, L. (2010) ’A Change in the Climate: New Interpretations and Perceptions of Climate Change through Artistic Interventions and Representations’ in Weather, Climate and Society, American Meteorological Society, Vol. 2 (4), pp. 294 – 299.
Duxbury, L. (2009,)’If we knew what we were doing…’ in SCOPE 4: Contemporary Research Topics (Art and Design), Dunedin School of Art, Otago Polytechnic/Te Kura Matatini ki Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, no. 4., pp. 97 – 104 ISSN: 1177-5653.
Duxbury, L. (2009) ’Ways of Analysing: From Reverie to Reality’ in Grierson, E.M. & Brearley, L. Creative Arts Research: Narratives of Methodologies and Practices (pp. 55-64). Sense Publishers, Rotterdam.
Johnstone, R. 2011, 'Lady Louisa Conolly's print room at Castletown', in Castletown, Office of Public Works (OPW), Trim, Ireland, pp. 67-77 ISBN: 9781406426366
Johnstone, R. Byrne, L. Edquist, H. and Vaughan, L. 2010, 'Dormant', in Designing Place, an archaeology of the Western District, Melbourne Books, Melbourne, Australia
Nankin, H. (2013)’ Minds in the Cave: insects as Metaphors for Place and Loss’Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology Vol. 3, 2013, 1-15.
Nankin, Harry (2010). ’Syzygy: gazing at shadows, darkly’, The First International Conference on transdisciplinary Imaging at the Intersections Between Art, Science and Culture, pp 91-102.
Samartzis, P. (2012). ’Articulating Sound in a Synthesized Material Space’, in Brent Allpress, Robyn Barnacle, Lesley Duxbury and Elizabeth Grierson (eds), Supervising Practices for Postgraduate Research in Art, Architecture and Design, Sense Publishers: Rotterdam.
Samartzis, P. (2010). ’Sound, Art and Curation’, in David Forrest (ed), The Curator in the Academy, Australian Scholarly Publishing: Melbourne.
Samartzis, P (2009). ’The Wilds’, in Lisa Byrne & Lesley Duxbury (eds), Double Life, RMIT Press: Melbourne.
Samartzis, P (2009). ’Sound Artists in Extremis’, in Douglas Kahn, Maurice O’Riordan and Sarah Last (ed) Embracing Sound, Art Monthly Australia. November B
Samartzis, P (2009). ’Captured Space’, in Norie Neumark (ed), Scan: Journal of Media Arts Culture. Vol 6 No 2 September.
Sharp, K. 2011, 'Global Fissures: Intercultural Dialogues in Contemporary Art', in Cultures and/of Globalization, Barrie Axford and Richard Higgins (ed.), Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 37-52.
Sharp, K. (2010). Destination anywhere: Experiences of place in the work of Ed Ruscha and Andreas Gursky. Access: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural and Policy Studies, 29 (1), 11-24.
Williams, L. (2013) ’Affective Poetics & Public Access: The Critical Challenges of Environmental Art’ Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology Vol. 3, 2013, 16-30.
Williams, L ( 2012) 'Darwin and Derrida on human and animal emotions: The question of shame as measure of ontological difference', New Formations. A Journal of Culture/Theory/Politics, vol. 76, no. Autumn2012, pp. 21-37.
Williams, L. (2011) 'The social theory of Norbert Elias and the question of the nonhuman world', in Ecocritical Theory: New European Approaches, University Of Virginia Press, Charlottsville and London, pp. 84-97
Williams, L (2011,)'Shadows of the Holocene: Transfigurations of the non-human world in science fiction film' in A. Milner, S. Sellars and V. Burgmann (ed.) Changing the Climate: Utopia, Dystopia and Catastrophe, Arena Printing, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 196-216.
Williams, L (2010) 'Visualizing Subjectivity: Social Theory and the Role of Art as Metaphor of Self and Habitus', Thesis Eleven: critical theory and historical sociology, vol. 103, no. 1, pp. 35-44.
Williams, L (2009) 'Modernity and the other body: The human contract with mute animality' in Detsi-Diamante, Z.; Kitsi-Mitakou, K.; & Yiannopoulo, E. (ed.) The Future of Flesh: A Cultural Survey of the Body, Palgrave, New York, pp. 221-239.
Williams, L (2009,) 'Haraway contra Deleuze and Guattari: The question of the animals', Communications, Politics & Culture, vol. 42, no. 1, pp. 42-54.