Moving, shaking and tracking: Micro-making in video, performance and poetry

  • Harris, A. , Holman Jones, S. & Wyatt, J. 2019, ‘Moving, shaking and tracking: Micro-making in video, performance and poetry’, MAI: Feminism and Visual Culture, pp. 1 – 10.

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Gleaning around the globe: Reframing urban thrift via practices and economies of hard rubbish reuse

  • Lewis, T. & Rauturier, F. 2019, ‘Gleaning around the globe: Reframing urban thrift via practices and economies of hard rubbish reuse’, Journal of Consumer Culture, vol. 19, no.4, pp. 493 – 512.

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Television device ecologies, prominence and datafication: the neglected importance of the set-top box

  • Hesmondhalgh, D. & Lobato, R. 2019, ‘Television device ecologies, prominence and datafication: the neglected importance of the set-top box’, Media, Culture and Society, vol. 41, no.7, pp. 958 – 974.

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Techniques of the tactile body: A cultural phenomenology of toddlers and mobile touchscreens

  • Nansen, B. & Wilken, R. 2019, ‘Techniques of the tactile body: A cultural phenomenology of toddlers and mobile touchscreens’, Convergence, vol. 25, no.1, pp. 60 – 76.

    10.1177/1354856518815040
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Live-streaming, games and politics of gender performance: The case of Nüzhubo in China

  • Zhang, G. & Hjorth, L. 2019, ‘Live-streaming, games and politics of gender performance: The case of Nüzhubo in China’, Convergence, vol. 25, no.5-6, pp. 807 – 825.

    10.1177/1354856517738160
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Capturing Urban Play at the Digital-Material Nexus: an Interfacial and Social Practice Research Approach

  • Hjorth, L. & Richardson, I. 2019, ‘Capturing Urban Play at the Digital-Material Nexus: an Interfacial and Social Practice Research Approach’, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, pp. 1 – 28.

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Adapting the studio model for the Australian popular music education context

  • Strong, C. , Brunt, S. , Cannizzo, F. , Montano, E. , Rogers, I. & Shill, G. 2019, ‘Adapting the studio model for the Australian popular music education context’, Journal of Popular Music Education, vol. 3, no.2, pp. 293 – 308.

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Examining the blurred boundaries between medical and recreational cannabis–results from an international study of small-scale cannabis cultivators

  • Hakkarainen, P. , Decorte, T. , Sznitman, S. , Karjalainen, K. , Barratt, M. , Frank, V. , Lenton, S. , Potter, G. , Werse, B. & Wilkins, C. 2019, ‘Examining the blurred boundaries between medical and recreational cannabis–results from an international study of small-scale cannabis cultivators’, Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, vol. 26, no.3, pp. 250 – 258.

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Analyzing public interventions through the lens of experimentalism: the case of the Museum of Random Memory

  • Markham, A. & Pereira, G. 2019, ‘Analyzing public interventions through the lens of experimentalism: the case of the Museum of Random Memory’, Digital Creativity, vol. 30, no.4, pp. 235 – 256.

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Honeybees prefer novel insect-pollinated flower shapes over bird-pollinated flower shapes

  • Howard, S. , Shrestha, M. , Schramme, J. , Garcia Mendoza, J. , Avargues-Weber, A. , Greentree, A. & Dyer, A. 2019, ‘Honeybees prefer novel insect-pollinated flower shapes over bird-pollinated flower shapes’, Current Zoology, vol. 65, no.4, pp. 457 – 465.

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Overcoming remoteness: the necessity of air travel in Australian universities

  • Glover, A. , Lewis, T. & Strengers, Y. 2019, ‘Overcoming remoteness: the necessity of air travel in Australian universities’, Australian Geographer, vol. 50, no.4, pp. 453 – 471.

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Climate is a strong predictor of near-infrared reflectance but a poor predictor of colour in butterflies

  • Munro, J. , Medina, I. , Walker, K. , Moussalli, A. , Kearney, M. , Dyer, A. , Garcia Mendoza, J. , Rankin, K. & Stuart-Fox, D. 2019, ‘Climate is a strong predictor of near-infrared reflectance but a poor predictor of colour in butterflies’, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol. 286, no.1898, pp. 1 – 10.

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