School Publications II

The School of Humanities and Social Science has a vigorous research culture and strong publication record. Select one of the book covers below to view an online gallery of recent book publications by School staff.
Broom, A. and Tovey, P. (eds.) (2009) Men’s Health: Body, Identity and Social Context. Wiley Blackwell Publishing: Oxford.
Carey, H.M. (2008) Empires of Religion. Cambridge Imperial and Post-Colonial Studies Series; Palgrave Macmillian.
Ferguson, A. (2008) Expert practice: A critical discourse, San Diego, CA: Plural Publishing.Broom, A. & Tovey, P. (2008) Therapeutic Pluralism: Exploring the Experiences of Cancer Patients and Professionals. Routledge: London and New York.Germov, J. & Williams, L. (eds) (2008) A Sociology of Food and Nutrition: The Social Appetite, 3rd edition, Melbourne: Oxford University Press.Beirne, R. (2008) Lesbians in Television and Text after the Millennium. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.King, Fergus (2007) More than a passover: inculturation in the Supper Narratives of the New Testament. Peter Lang; Frankfurt am Main.Nilan, P., Julian, R. & Germov, J. (2007) Australian Youth: Social and Cultural Issues, Melbourne: Pearson Education<p>Falzon, C. (2007) <em>Philosophy Goes to the Movies: An Introduction to Philosophy,</em> New York; Routledge.</p>
<p>Tovey, P., Chatwin, J., &amp; Broom, A. (2007) <em>Traditional, complementary and alternative medicine and cancer care: An international analysis of grassroots integration</em>. Routledge: London and New York.</p>
<p>Tarrant, Harold Adrian (2007) <em>Proclus: Commentary on Plato's Timaeus. Volume 1, Book 1: Proclus on the Socratic State and Atlantis</em>, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 358</p>
<p>Dwyer, P. (2007) <em>Napoleon, 1769-1799: The Path to Power</em>, London; Bloomsbury.</p>
<p>Germov, J. &amp; Poole, M (eds) (2007) <em>Public Sociology: An Introduction to Australian Society</em>, Sydney: Allen &amp; Unwin.</p>

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<p>Johnson, M. (2007) <em>Sappho</em>, Ancients in Action Series, Duckworth Academic and Bristol Classic Press</p>
<p>Beirne, R. (Ed.) (2007) <em>Televising Queer Women: A Reader.</em> New York: Palgrave Macmillan.</p>
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<p>Boey, K.C. (2006) <em>After the Fire: New and Selected Poems</em>, Select Books; Singapore.</p>
<p>Nilan, P. &amp; Feixa, C. (eds) (2006) <em>Global Youth? Hybrid Identities, Plural Worlds</em>, London &amp; New York: Routledge.</p>
<p>Aitken, K. &amp; Freij, M. (2006) <em>Archipelago: An Anthology of Creative Writing from the University of Newcastle</em>, Archipelago Group; Bookbound Publishing, Ourimbah.</p>
<p>Haskins, V.K. (2005) <em>One Bright Spot</em>, Houndmills, Basingstoke; Palgrave McMillan.</p>
<p>Cole, A., Haskins, V., &amp; Paisley, F. (2005)&nbsp;<em>Uncommon Ground: White Women in Aboriginal History</em>, Canberra; Aboriginal Studies Press for the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies.</p>
<p>Goddard, M. (2005) <em>The Unseen City: Anthropological Perspectives on Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea</em>, Canberra: Pandanus Books.</p>
<p>Germov, J. &amp; McGee, T. (eds) (2005) <em>Histories of Australian Sociology</em>, Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.</p>
<p>Rolls, A. &amp; Rechniewski, E. (2005) <em>Sartre's Nausea: Text, Context, Intertext,</em> Amsterdam &amp; New York: Rodopi</p>
<p>Smith, R. L. (2005) <em>Sonnets and the English Woman Writer, 1560-1621: The Politics of Absence</em>, Basingstoke; Palgrave MacMillan.</p>
<p>Johnson, M. M. &amp; Ryan, T. J. (2005) <em>Sexuality in Greek and Roman Literature and Society: A Sourcebook,</em> Routledge.</p>
<p>Mitchell, M. &amp; Osland, D. (2005) <em>Representing Women and Female Desire from Arcadia to Jane Eyre</em>, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.</p>
<p>Dueck, D., Lindsay, H.&nbsp;M. &amp;&nbsp;Pothecary, S. (2005) <em>Strabo's Cultural Geography: The Making of a Kolossourgia</em>, Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom, 286p</p>
<p>Tarrant, H. A. (2005) <em>Recollecting Plato's Meno</em>, London; Duckworth.</p>