Refereed conference proceedings in the Centre for Global Research.
- Tommaso Durante, ‘The exhaustion of the multicultural Australian philosophy and the rise of a new visual regime of signification: Melbourne between multiculturalism and globalization’, in The Asian Conference on Cultural Studies 2014 – Official Conference Proceedings, The International Academic Forum, Nagoya, 2014, pp. 157–72.
- Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase, ‘Regional middle classes, youth, gender and mobility: A case study of Darjeeling’ in M Bhatia, and A Shakil, eds, Locating Gender in the New Middle Class in South Asia, Proceedings of International Seminar jointly Organized by the Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Women’s Studies and Development Centre, University of Delhi & International Institute for Asian Studies, Amsterdam, 2014.
- Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase, Trent Brown and Tim Scrase, ‘“Going outside”: Migration, employment and youth aspirations in India’s regional towns’ in T Skelton and S Naafs, eds, Youthful Futures? Aspirations, Education and Employment in Asia, Proceedings of International Workshop held at the Asia Research Institute, Singapore, 2014.
- Damian Grenfell and Bronwyn Winch, ‘Security across the local and national, Dili, Timor-Leste’, in Hannah Loney, Antero B da Silva, Nuno Canas Mendes, Alarico da Costa Ximenes, Clinton Fernandes, eds, Proceedings of the Conference: Understanding Timor-Leste 2013, Swinburne Press, Melbourne, 2014, pp. 239–45.
- Reina Ichii and Cate O'Dwyer, ‘Potential use of reflective writing for student evaluation in MOOCS’, in L Gómez Chova, A López Martínez, I Candel Torres, eds, Proceedings of the 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), Valencia, 2014, pp. 768–76.
- Reina Ichii and Ronda Sharp, ‘Gender responsive budgeting in Japan and South Korea: Comparing the legislative and policy oriented approaches’, in Lynne Chester, Michael Johnson and Peter Kriesler, eds, Proceedings of 12th Conference of the Australian Society of Heterodox Economists: Heterodox Economics and the Crisis That Won't Go Away, Australian Society of Heterodox Economists, Sydney, 2014, pp. 1–40.
- Kerry Mullan and Meredith Seaman, ‘The Diploma of Languages meets AQF “compliance”’, in C Travis, J Hajek, C Nettelbeck, E Beckmann and A Lloyd-Smith, eds, Practices and Policies: Current research in languages and cultures education, Selected proceedings of the second national LCNAU Colloquium, Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities (LCNAU), Melbourne, 2014, pp. 71–84.
- Kerry Mullan and Matthew Absalom, ‘Making films in French and Italian: A collaborative approach to language learning’, in C Travis, J Hajek, C Nettelbeck, E Beckmann and A Lloyd- Smith, eds, Practices and Policies: Current research in languages and cultures education, Selected proceedings of the second national LCNAU Colloquium, 2013, Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities (LCNAU), Melbourne, 2014, pp. 441–55.
- Yaso Nadarajah, ‘Embodied Insights: Learning with the Kukukuku Tribe of Papua New Guinea’ in P Msweli, JP Tsheola, MP Sebola, KG Phago, MN Makhura, MH Maserumule, SR Malefane, CC Ngwakwe and KO Odeku, eds, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Development Finance & Economic Transformation (ICDFET), Phalaborwa, South Africa, 2014, pp. 570–84.