Publications & Reports

Dr. Heather  Battles
  • Phillip Roberts and Heather T. Battles (2021) Measles and scarlet fever epidemic synergy and evolving pathogenic virulence in Victoria, Australia, 1853–1916. Social Science History 45(1): 187–217. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1017/ssh.2020.41
    This is the ‘read-only’ sharing link (allowing anyone to view/read, but not download, the entire article): https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/social-science-history/article/measles-and-scarlet-fever-epidemic-synergy-and-evolving-pathogenic-virulence-in-victoria-australia-18531916/7915365660DAE8493050AB68B9393E43/share/3da7319b9e4b2858ccb74570973af53ffe39cbf5
Dr. Andrew Chen
  • Blog Posts:
https://informedfutures.org/the-trade-offs-for-digital-data-and-contact-tracing/
https://informedfutures.org/hard-decisions-in-digital-contact-tracing/
https://informedfutures.org/digital-giants-enter-digital-contact-tracing/
https://informedfutures.org/on-fragmentation-of-digital-contact-tracing-registers/
Dr. Jesse Hession Grayman
Dr. Monique Jonas
  • Amanda Evans, Monique Jonas and John Lantos, ‘Paediatric palliative care in a pandemic: role obligations, moral distress and the care that you can give.’ Pediatrics 146 (2020): 1-8
  • Lilian Ng, Monique Jonas and Phillipa Malpas, ‘What is the Risk of Moral Injury to Front Line Health Workers?/https://www.thebigq.org/2020/04/13/what-is-the-risk-of-moral-injury-to-frontline-health-workers-%F0%9F%94%8A/
  • Naomi Simon-Kumar, Rachel Simon-Kumar and Monique Jonas. Revisioning State-Society Relationships in Pandemic: New Zealand’s Response to Covid-19. COVID-19, States and Societies. Paper 9. Johannesburg: Public Affairs Institute.
Prof. Jamie King
Dr. Rochelle Menzies
Associate Steve Matthewman
Publications, Reviews and Comments:
Creative work:
  • Matthewman, S. (2020) ‘Pale Horses, Black Swans – The More Things Change’, ‘Pale Horses, Black Swans – An Island’, in Harwood, A. (ed.) Life in the Time of Corona: An Anthology of Short Stories, Melbourne: Mana Press, pp. 18-22, 72-80.
 
Webinars:
  • Co-chair: Matthewman, S. & Huppatz, K. (2020) Panel Session: ‘A Sociology of COVID-19’, Australian Social Sciences Week, 7 September: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ql_pQ0m27sQ
  • Matthewman, S. (2020) ‘A Sociology of COVID-19: International Reflections for Local Directions’, [Una sociología de COVID-19: reflexiones internacionales para orientaciones locales] presented to colleagues at the Center for Research in Social Sciences, El Colegio de Sonora, Mexico, 9 October: https://www.facebook.com/ColSonora/videos/253489346085667
Assoc.Prof Gregory Minissale
  • Law, M., Minissale, G., Lambert, A., Nater, U. M., Skoluda, N., Ryckman, N., … Broadbent, E. (2020). Viewing landscapes is more stimulating than scrambled images after a stressor: A cross-disciplinary approach. Frontiers in Environmental Science, online first DOI 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.03092
Professor Tim Mulgan
  • Mulgan, T., Enright, S., Grix, M., Jayasuriya, U., Ka‘ili, T, Lear, A.,  Māhina, A., Māhina, O., Matthewson, J., Moore, A., Parke, E. C., Schouten, V., Watene, K., 2021, ‘Charting Just Futures for Aotearoa New Zealand: Philosophy For and Beyond the Covid-19 Pandemic’, Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, forthcoming. DOI: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03036758.2021.1896559
Professor Andreas Neef
  • Neef, A. (2020). Legal and social protection for migrant farm workers: lessons from COVID19. Agriculture and Human Values 37, 641–642. 10.1007/s10460-020-10086-w
Assoc. Prof. Susanna Trnka
Stefano Riela
  • https://www.thebigq.org/2020/07/28/has-the-covid-19-crisis-pushed-solidarity-in-the-european-union/
Professor Lisa Samuels
  • Samuels, L. Breach. Norwich: Boiler House Press, forthcoming 2021.
  • Samuels, L. “Breach as Flow in the Pandemic Learning Room”. Knowledge Cultures, 8(2), 61-64. https://doi:10.22381/KC8220209
Dr. Danping Wang
  • Wang, D., Zhao, Y. (2020). Introduction to the special issue of “A digital future of Chinese language teaching”. International Journal of Chinese Language Teaching, 1(1), I-V. https://doi.org/10.46451/ijts.2020.06.06
  • Wang, D., & East, M. (2020). Constructing an Emergency Chinese Curriculum during the Pandemic: A New Zealand Experience. International Journal of Chinese Language Teaching. 1 (1) 1-19. https://doi.org/10.46451/ijclt.2020.06.01

Reports:

Erin Stieler (2021). Studying abroad during a pandemic: Challenges and experiences of resilience amongst international students in Aotearoa New Zealand. Research Report.

Access to Full Report: Studying abroad during a pandemic report