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Fiona AndrealloHow is identity performed through photographic profile representations on Social Networking sites?Ilaria Vanni
Antonella BiscaroItaly: between emigration and immigration, impacts on national identity and citizenshipIlaria Vanni
Jonathan Bottrell Ilaria Vanni
Maria ChisariThe Australian citizenship test, governmentality and becoming the migrant citizenKatrina Schlunke
Christopher ComerfordBatman and the Internet: A Study of Digital Culture and Comic BooksAnne Cranny-Francis
Alyssa CritchleyAn affective history of Sydney's DIY performance venuesTara Forrest
Carla DragoNostalgia Ti Frega: a photographic topography of memory, identity, and placeMeredith Jones
Bettina FrankhamA poetic approach to documentary:  discomfort of form, rhetorical strategies and aesthetic experienceTara Forrest
Paula Havey Kinaesthetic Negotiations: Recovery, Agency, ChangeMeredith Jones
Jim HearnHospitality: a critical memoir and investigation into belief attitudesAnne Cranny-Francis
Meredith Jones
Vanessa JaralabartheEffectiveness of Positive Discrimination Policies on  Indigenous Higher Education Students in Australia and Chile. A comparative studyJeffrey Browitt
Adam LippmanOscillation: Cinematographic Nascence Tara Forrest
Jessie LymnWhat is an archive? Zines as temporal and spatial disruptions to the archiveKatrina Schlunke
Tara McLennan‘Killing Time’: how temporal experience is internalized and socially presented through new forms of personal photography in the smartphone eraKatrina Schlunke
Natalia OrtizHome Sweet Home: Causes and effects of nostalgia and the "myth of returning" in Spanish-speaking communities in AustraliaPaul Allatson
Mariana RodriguezRepresentations of women in NarcoculturaTony Mitchell
George M RourePedro Fernández de Quirós: The Role of Eschatology on Events at Espíritu SantoKatrina Schlunke
Lisa SarzinLevy v Von Moltke (South Africa 1934), the legacy of a landmark case: How the form of the narrative influences collective and individual memory 
and shapes perception of an historical event
Tara Forrest
Sumu SivanesanThe Hunger Down Under: Multiculturalism, Transnationalism and Cultural Strategies for Decolonization in AustraliaPaul Allatson
Damian SpruceFrom the Pacific Solution to the Mediterranean SolutionIlaria Vanni
Mark TirpakNot your neighbourhood taco truck?: learning from and preserving “Mexican” DIY urbanism in San Antonio, Texas USAPaul Allatson
Nicole Watson Anne Cranny-Francis
 Recent TfC Graduates 
Andrea ConnorAfterlife: Reconstructing Affect at Sites of Monumental DestructionGraduated 2012
Jane Lou GalbraithThe Necks and Improvised JazzGraduated 2012
Katherine HepworthEncounters with the Clandestino/a and the nomad in Milan : Securitisation, irregularisation and the illegitimate outsider through the Italian 'security package'Graduated 2012
Marcus O'DonnellContemporary Apocalytics: crisis and revelation in the sphere of public imagination Case-studies in journalism and popular culture in a post-September 11 environmentGraduated 2012