Centre for
URBAN AND REGIONAL STUDIES

Conference and Workshop Presentation

2011

Baker T (2011) Approaching urban policy mobilities: the geography, politics and practice of mobilising policy, Association of American Geographers Conference, Seattle, U.S.A, April

Baker T (2011) Methodological challenges for situating mobile policy knowledge, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

Cameron J (2011) Negotiating interdependence and building community economies, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

Cameron J (2011) Enacting ethical commitments through economic practices, Association of American Geographers Conference, Seattle, U.S.A, April

Cameron J (2011) Take back the economy, Hampden Public Lecture, Hampden, New Zealand, June

Cameron J, Gibson K, Hill A and Promfrett J (2011) "App-­???tion" research and digital doing of making the world, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

Gordon R (2011) Food Sovereignty: opportunities for negotiating surplus, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

Hodge P (2011) Challenging aid's competitive logic: a call for an ethics of care in aid relations, stories from Fiji and Australia, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

Instone L (2011) Unruly grasses: Affect and dis/order in Melbourne's grasslands. Uses of Affect Workshop, Centre for Citizenship and Public Policy, University of Western Sydney, June

Instone L (2011) Regulating Rover: legislating the public place of urban pet dogs, Animals, people – a shared environment, 4th Biennial Australian Animal Study group Conference, Griffith University Brisbane, July.

Instone L (2011) Unruly grasses: Human-native grass entanglements in urban park space. Geography at the edge:  IAG Annual Conference Wollongong, July

Instone L (2011) On spears and carrier bags: Story-telling practices for situated knowledges, Writing difference differently Panel Presentation, Geography at the edge:  IAG Annual Conference Wollongong, July

Lloyd K, Wright S, Suchet-Pearson S, Burarrwanga L and Hon. Bawaka Country (2011) 'We're a part of it': knowledge making and cosmos nurturing with Bawaka country, North East Arnhem Land, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

Mee KJ and McGuirk PM (2011) Spatial data analysis project: Performing situated knowledge, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

Pomfrett J (2011) Diverse economies: Enabling ethical and healthy economies, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

Power E, Dowling R and McGuirk PM (2011) More-than-human neighbouring in Sydney, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

SKCAN (2011) Journeying towards propositions about situated knowledge practices, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

SKCAN (2011) Kitchen stories: An introduction to the Situated Knowledge Production Sessions, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

SKCAN (2011) Writing difference differently, Panel discussion featuring Lesley Instone, Sarah Wright, Michelle Duffy and Eugene McCann, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July

Suchet-Pearson S, Lloyd K, Wright S, Burarrwanga L and Hon. Bawaka Country (2011) 'Nature, the land, can understand': Yolngu country, more-than-human agency and situated engagement in natural resource management, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July.

Sherval M (2011) 'Drought and more' Hindering barriers to development in rural Victorian towns, Institute of Australian Geographers Annual Conference, Wollongong, July

Williams M (2011) Situating everyday practices of care and justice in inner city community organisations, Institute of Australian Geographers Annual Conference, Wollongong, July

Wright S (2011) Amid hope, despair, joy and anger: Emotional experiences of land reform in the Philippines, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Wollongong, July.


2010

Baker T (2010) Urban policy from elsewhere? the geography, politics and practice of mobilising policy, New Zealand Geographical Society/Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, July.

Cameron J, Manhood C and Pomfrett J, (2010) Growing the community of community gardens: Research contributions, Community Garden Conference: Promoting Sustainability, Health and Inclusion in the City, Canberra, ACT, October

Cameron J (2010) Research contributions to community garden experiments, New Zealand Geographical Society/Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, July

Cameron J (2010) Take back the (food) economy: lessons from the hummingbird, Keynote Presentation, Fair Share Festival, Newcastle, October.
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Cameron J and Gordon R (2010) Building sustainable and ethical food futures through economic diversity: Options for a mid-sized city, The Future of Australia's Mid-Sized Cities, Latrobe University, Bendigo, VIC, September

Instone L (2010) Experimental geography methods, Childhood and Place Research Symposium, University of Canberra, December

Instone L (2010) Encountering biodiversity as a 'matter of concern', Unruly ecologies: Biodiversity and art, A Symbiotic A Symposium, University of Western Australia, Perth, November.
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Instone L (2010) Re/introduction of native grasses in Royal Park Melbourne, 'New' Biogeographies Workshop, University of Wollongong, February

Instone L and Mee KJ (2010) Doggy encounters: performing new pet relations in the park, Animal Movements: Moving Animals: Discussion on direction, velocity and agency in humanimal encounters, Uppsala University, Sweden, May

Instone L and Mee KJ (2010) Doggy encounters: performing new pet relations in the park, Special Session Animating animal geographies, New Zealand Geographical Society/Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, July

Instone L (2010) Tracing movement and passage: Cultural methods and beyond, Methodologies for environment-society research: a workshop on multi-disciplinarity and integration, SAGES Workshop, Scottish Association For Marine Sciences, Oban, Scotland, March

Kiem A, Askew L, Sherval M, Verdon-Kidd D, Clifton C, Austin E, McGuirk PM and Berry H (2010) Drought and the future of small inland towns, 2010 International Climate Change Adaptation Conference, Gold Coast, QLD, June 

Kiem A, Askew L, Sherval M, Verdon-Kidd D, Clifton C, Austin E, McGuirk PM and Berry H (2010) Drought impacts and adaptation in regional Victoria, Australia, Southern Exposure. Australia-New Zealand Climate Forum 2010, Hobart, October

Lloyd K, Wright S and Suchet-Pearson S (2010) Development Studies and Indigenous-academic research collaboration in Australia, Development Studies in the Antipodes: Current Research and Praxis: An International Expert Symposium, Flinders University, Adelaide, September

McGuirk PM and O'Neill P (2010) Critical geographies with the state? Governing social vulnerability and the anxious politics of engaged research, Institute of British Geographers, RGS, London, September

Murphy L and McGuirk PM (2010) Irish property developers: their part in the rise and fall of the Celtic Tiger economy, New Zealand Geographical Society/Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, July

Mee KJ and Baker T (2010) Medium-density living, neighbourhood experience and the mid-sized city: reflections from inner Newcastle, The Future of Australia's Mid-Sized Cities Conference, Bendigo, Australia, September
Sherval M (2010) Polarising Politics – Territorialisation of the Arctic, New Zealand Geographical Society/Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, July

Suchet-Pearson S, Wright S, Burarrwanga L, Tofa M, and Lloyd K (2010) Telling stories in, through and with country: Engaging with Indigenous and more-than-human methodologies at Bawaka, NE Australia. American Association of Geographers, Washington DC, April

Vaughan N (2010) Leaky spaces, leaky practices: Connections between community and domestic gardens in Bidwill, Western Sydney, New Zealand Geographical Society/Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, July

Webber L (2010)'Regional places and social networks: A case study of Sudanese refugees in Colac, Victoria, New Zealand Geographical Society/Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, July

Williams M (2010) Everyday urban research: reflections on volunteering, New Zealand Geographical Society/Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, July

Wright S (2010) Emotional geographies of development, Development Studies in the Antipodes: Current Research and Praxis: An International Expert Symposium. September. Flinders University, Adelaide
Wright S, Lloyd K, Suchet-Pearson S, Burarrwanga L, Burarrwanga D and Maymuru D (2010) Patterns of belonging at Bawaka, North East Arnhem Land: documenting and communicating Yolngu Hidden Mathematics to care for, and be cared for by, country, New Zealand Geographical Society/Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Christchurch, New Zealand, July


2009

Atkinson R, Dowling R and McGuirk PM (2009) Master-planned and gated community formations in Australia, ASSA Workshop: Privatisation, Security and Community: How Master Planned Estates are Changing Suburban Australia, St Lucia, QLD

Baker T (2009) Neighbour interaction as a homemaking practice: medium density in inner Newcastle, NSW, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, September

Cameron J (2009) Ethical Economic Decision-Making in Food-Based Community Enterprises, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, September

Dowling R, Atkinson R and McGuirk PM (2009) Community and social life in private neighbourhoods, ASSA Workshop, Privatisation, Security and Community: How Master-Planned Estates are Changing Suburban Australia, University of Queensland, September

Dowling R, Atkinson R and McGuirk PM (2009) Private neighbourhoods? Reflections on community and social life in MPRES' Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, September

Dowling R, Atkinson R and McGuirk PM (2009) Patterns of social life in Sydney master-planned estates, State of Australian Cities National Conference 09: City Growth, Sustainability, Vitality and Vulnerability, Perth, WA

Dunn K, McGuirk PM, Piracha Awais P, Danielle A, Maginn P, Buxton M, Phibbs P, (2009) What do publics want from the planning system?, State of Australian Cities National Conference 09: City Growth, Sustainability, Vitality and Vulnerability, Perth, WA

Gilbert E, Instone L and Mee KJ (2009) NZ Geographical Society Seminar (Access Grid meeting) The non-representational and performative – a dialogue, School of Geography, Geology and Environmental Science, University of Auckland, February

Gilbert E, Instone L and Mee KJ (2009) NZ Geographical Society Seminar (Access Grid meeting) Cultural geography and urban change, School of Geography, Geology and Environmental Science, University of Auckland, February

Hall N, Maymuru D, Switzer M, Lloyd K, Suchet-Pearson S, Wright S (2009) Holding it together: The integration of fibre arts and tourism in northern Australia, Selling Yarns II: Innovation for Sustainability Conference, Canberra, March

Instone L (2009) (In)temperature dreams: Tropicality, climate change and the northern 'food bowl', Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, September

Instone L (2009) Regulating Rover: Legislating the public place of urban pet dogs, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, September

Instone L and Mee KJ (2009) Doggy encounters: Performing new pet relations in the park, Minding Animals 2009. Oral Presentation Abstracts, Newcastle, NSW

Cameron J, Gall S, Hill A, Wright S (2009) Community food economies, Building Community Centred Economies Conference, Brisbane, June

McGuirk PM (2009) Managing residential growth for equity and inclusion: lessons from master planned residential estates? ASSA/ARCRNSISS Symposium Place and Space: Informing Policy and Planning through a Spatially Integrated Social Science, Canberra November

McGuirk PM and Dowling R (2009) Rethinking urban politics: reconfiguring and repoliticising intersections of states and markets, Association of American Geographers Conferences, Las Vegas, March

McGuirk PM, O'Neill Phillip, Mee KJ, (2009) Governance and vulnerability: Enabling interagency data sharing as a means of enhancing regional governance, State of Australian Cities National Conference 09: City Growth, Sustainability, Vitality and Vulnerability: Program and Abstracts, Perth, WA

Mee KJ and Askew L (2009) Community cultural development (CCD) and urban renewal: Practices and potentialities in Australia, State of Australian Cities National Conference 09: City Growth, Sustainability, Vitality and Vulnerability: Program and Abstracts, Perth, WA

Mee KJ, Askew L, (2009) Cultural geography and community cultural development, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, September.

Mee KJ and Instone L (2009) NZ Geographical Society Seminar (Access Grid meeting) Directions in Australasian cultural geography, Tuesday 24th February, 2009, School of Geography, Geology and Environmental Science, University of Auckland

Suchet-Pearson S, Wright S, Lloyd K, Burarrwanga L, Burarrwanga D (2009) Reimagining relationships between people, animals and place through Indigenous-owned tourism: a case study of Bawaka Cultural Experiences, North East Arnhem Land, Australia, International

Academic and Community Conference on Animals and Society: Minding Animals, Newcastle, 13-18 July

Vaughan N (2009) "Somewhere nice to go": Garden-making and Home-making in Hamilton South, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, 28th September.

Webber L (2009) How do you discover the nuances of social networks? A case study of Sudanese refugees in Colac, Victoria, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, 28th September.

Webber L and Vaughan N (2009) Participant directed photography: Ethical and practical challenges, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, 28th September.

Williams M (2009) Revealing everyday practices of care in the inner city: entry points for research, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Cairns, Australia, 28th September.

Wright S (2009) Community centred food economies: A case study of Masipag, Philippines International Community Development Conference, 17-20th June 2009, Brisbane, Australia.


2008

Aisbett J (2008) White agendas and AIDS campaigns: AusAID's campaign to reduce the spread of AIDS in PNG, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 29 June - 3 July

Askew L (2008) Performing human service delivery: The everyday practices and potentialities of interagency workers, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 29 June - 3 July

Cameron J (2008) Supporting the community enterprise sector in Australia: Lessons from grass roots enterprises, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 29 June - 3 July

Cameron J and Gibson K (2008) From problem-solving to performativity, expertise to experimentation: Researching poverty and marginalisation, Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 29 June - 3 July

Cameron J (2008) The contribution of community enterprises to the development of regions, Keynote Presentation, Australian Regional Economy Conference, Central Coast.
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Barraket J, Carey G, Melville R, Richardson S, Scott M, Wright S, (2008) Universities as civic institutions: The impacts of practice-based learning exchange on students, third sector organizations and academic staff, ISTR 2008: Conference Abstracts, Barcelona, Spain

Cahill A, Cameron J, Gibson K, Hill A, Villalba M, (2008) Mobilising community assets for community economies: Strategies