Professor Catharine Lumby works in an active research partnership with the National Rugby League on ethics based education programs for elite and junior players, grounded in extensive research into male sporting culture and off-field behaviour.
Building understanding and cooperation through musical dialogue. Dr Sandy Evans combines Carnatic and Jazz musics into an intercultural ensemble featuring mridangam virtuoso Guru Kaaraikkudi Mani.
How do judges evaluate remorse in court? Dr. Kate Rossmanith looks at how courtroom contrition is enacted, how it is assessed and the implications on sentencing.
White Lines (Vertical) (2010) is a collection of poems by Dr Marcelle Freiman. Through cross-cultural writing they explore identity and place. It is a complex rendering of the influence global cultural migration has in human history.
The language of Tayo is the Pacific’s only French-based creole language. Associate Professor Karin Speedy looks at what factors have contributed to the development of this language and the identities of those who use it.
The Cultural Heritage Management industry has adopted landscape-based techniques for documenting and interpreting Aboriginal material culture. Associate Professor Patricia Fanning and the Western New South Wales Archaeology Program pioneered this technique.