Fremantle has been a productive site for investigating representations of ecological threats and the social negotiation of green built environments. Investigations at this site have informed my understanding of relations between love of an object, identity, antagonism, discursive frontiers, heritage and democracy:
- Cox, S. & Kerr, T. (2018). One Day in Fremantle: TV representation of this alternative to Australia Day. Coolabah, No. 24&25, 229-244.
- Chan, D. Farquhar, M., Garbutt, R., Kerr, T., Offord, B., Shiosaki, E. & Woldeyes, Y. (2018). A case for reimagining Australia: Dialogic registers of the Other, truth-telling and a will to justice. Coolabah, No. 24&25, 199-212.
- Leong, S., Kerr, T. & Cox, S. (2016). Facades of diversity, Thesis Eleven 135(1), 115–133.
- Kerr, T (2015). To the Beach: Community Conservation and its Role in 'Sustainable Development'. Perth: UWA Publishing.
- Kerr, T (2015). Negotiating green space between ecological threats and beloved objects, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies,
- Kerr, T ( 2012). ‘Reproducing temples in Fremantle.’ International Journal of Heritage Studies 18 (1) 629-645.
Kerr, T. (2012). Representing ecological threats and negotiating green built environment. (Doctoral dissertation), Retrieved from http://espace.library.curtin.edu.au