Article in The Conversation on the work by Dr Irfan Wahyudi of Universitas Airlangga and me on the Banyuwangi-Broome undersea cable.
Kerr, T. & Wardana. A. (2019). Utopian resort living: Islands of reclamation and environmental resistance in Bali and Western Australia. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. DOI: 10.1080/14766825.2019.1694534
Kerr, T., Ndimande, B., Putten, J.V., Johnson-Mardones, D.F., Arimbi, D.A., Amalia, Y.S. (Eds.) (2019). Urban Studies: Border and Mobility. Leiden: CRC Press/Balkema. ISBN: 978-1-138-58034-3 (Hbk), ISBN: 9781138580343 (eBook)
Kerr, T. (2019). ‘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. Leiden: CRC Press/Balkema.
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: