Tag Archives: Resilient Societies

Senior Lecturer and PhD Candidate Ms Lise Barry

Tackling Elder Abuse

Elder Abuse is most commonly perpetrated by the adult children of an older person, and older people with a cognitive impairment are particularly at risk.


Regulating the mining of the deep seabed

Mining the deep seabed for minerals, such as copper, manganese, and rare earth minerals is an emerging industry. The mining will be done by remotely operated vehicles at a depth of between 1500 and 6000 metres.

Vanuatu 2016 research team: Back left; Roger, Dana, Tom, Sonia   Seated: Kirsten Davies ( academic), Quintin ( external student on Skype) and Chris

Climate Law in the South Pacific

Pacific Island Countries are among the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, yet they have negligibly contributed to the historical emissions of greenhouse gasses.

Dr Louise Gosbell

Freed from Suffering

Taste, touch, hearing, smell and sight. The senses exist throughout the Gospels and are an important component of interactions with Jesus.

Dr Lyndon Arden-Wong

On the periphery of the Tang

The Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE) expanded its borders to create one of the largest and most dynamic empires in Chinese history.

Spring of Silver

The Australian Centre for Ancient Numismatic Studies at Macquarie University uses X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectrometry to study how silver is employed for the minting of archaic Athenian coins. The research project, “A spring of silver, a treasury in the earth: coinage and wealth in archaic Athens”, was funded by the Australian Research Council from 2012 to 2014, and was concluded at the conference “Mines, Metals and Money in Attica and the Ancient World” held in Athens, Greece on 20-22 April 2015.