Kerr, T. (2018). ‘Movements around island and waterfront reclamation projects’ in T. Kerr, B. Ndimande, J.V. Putten, D.F. Johnson-Mardones, D.A. Arimbi, Y.S. Amalia (Eds.) Urban Studies: Border and Mobility, 257-263. London: Routledge.
Kerr, T., Ndimande, B., Putten, J.V., Johnson-Mardones, D.F., Arimbi, D.A., Amalia, Y.S. (Eds.) (2018). Urban Studies: Border and Mobility. London: Routledge. ISBN: 978-1-138-58034-3 (Hbk), ISBN: 9781138580343 (eBook)
Kerr, T. & Kartawijaya, T. (2018, August 31). The Missing stories form Montara oil spill media coverage. The Conversation. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/the-missing-stories-from-montara-oil-spill-media-coverage-101788
Here is copy of Theo Kartawijaya's dissertation, titled Representation of the Montara Oil Spill in Australian and Indonesian Media, which I supervised in the Master of Media and Communication at Curtin University.
In this article, Shaphan Cox and I examine how national television visualized Fremantle City's decision to host an inclusive day of community celebration a few days after Australia Day:
This co-authored essay came about after two years of work in organizing the Re-imagining Australia Conference in 2016 for the International Australian Studies Association then editing two special editions of Coolabah focusing on critical and creative ways to re-imagine Australia. Here is the reference and link to the article:
Kerr, T. (2017). Roe 8: politics and power in defence of place. The Architect, Spring/Summer 2017, pp. 28-31.
This co-authored article in The Conversation is about the newly elected Western Australia premier, Mark McGowan, appointing the state’s first minister for Asian engagement, Bill Johnston. The appointment shows that McGowan’s administration understands how deeply embedded the state’s interests are in the Asian neighbourhood.