Books

Academic books

Structural editing

  • Hadeel Al-Alosi, The Criminalisation of Fantasy Material (Routledge)
  • Kate Bishop and Nancy Marshall (eds), Routledge Handbook of People and Place (Routledge)
  • Hoon Han et al, The Ageing of Australian Ethnic Minorities (Palgrave)

Copyediting

  • Hadeel Al-Alosi, The Criminalisation of Fantasy Material (Routledge)
  • Kate Bishop and Nancy Marshall (eds), Routledge Handbook of People and Place (Routledge)
  • Sam Blay, Andrew Gibson and Bernadette Richards, Torts Law: In Principle (Lawbook Co., 4th ed)
  • Gino Dal Pont, Lawyers’ Professional Responsibility (Lawbook Co., 3rd ed)
  • Fiona Hum et al, Australian Uniform Evidence Law (Cambridge University Press)
  • Colin Oberin and Ben Fitzpatrick, Practical Guide to Australian Trade Mark Law (Lawbook Co.)
  • Chris O’Sullivan and Carolyn Rolls, Practical Guide to Australian Patent Law (Lawbook Co.)
  • Kam Fan Sin (ed), Legal Explorations: Essays in Honour of Professor Michael Chesterman (Lawbook Co.)
  • Andrew Sorenson and Matthew Webster, Trade Practices and the Internet (Lawbook Co.)
  • Ian Tunstall, International Securities Regulation (Lawbook Co.)
  • Michael White and Aladin Rahemtula (eds), Sir Samuel Griffith: The Law and the Constitution (Lawbook Co.)

Proofreading

  • Katy Barnett and Sirko Harder, Remedies in Australian Private Law (Cambridge University Press, 2nd ed)
  • Donald R Rothwell et al, International Law: Cases and Materials with Australian Perspectives (Cambridge University Press, 3rd ed)
  • Anne Twomey, The Veiled Sceptre: Reserve Powers of Heads of State in Westminster Systems (Cambridge University Press)

Chapters in edited books

Structural editing

  • Tzuyuan Chao and Yun Chou, Exercise space planning and design for an aging society: A case study of space, exercise behaviour and cognitive function of older women in Taiwan (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Jon Lang, Self-conscious and unselfconscious placemaking in the city (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Anshu Sharma, Rebuilding after disaster: People, processes and five per cent technology (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Gusti Ayu Made Suartika, Morphing paradise ideology, culture and planning in Bali (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Susan Thompson and Louise McKenzie, Resilience in a warming climate: Public place-making for health and wellbeing in hot cities (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Christian Tietz, Overcrowding and domestic use of public space (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Ryan van den Nouwelant, Place-based activism: Out of the frying pan of citizen disengagement and into the fire of territorial localism? (Bishop and Marshall)

Copyediting

  • Nezar Alsayyad, Consuming heritage or the end of tradition: Challenges in the transition from vernacularism to globalization (in Bishop and Marshall)
  • Nicholas Aroney, Griffith’s vision of Australian federalism  (White and Rahemtula)
  • Peter Botsman, Commentary on the Draft Constitution by Charles Cameron Kingston (White and Rahemtula)
  • George Brandis, Griffith and early colonial liberalism in Queensland (White and Rahemtula)
  • Ian Callinan, Griffith as the Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia (White and Rahemtula)
  • Linda Corkery, Urban greenspace: Places supporting urban resilience (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Laura Crommelin, Making place by making things again? How artisanal makers are reshaping place in post-industrial Detroit and Newcastle (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Michelle Duffy, Festival bodies: The role of the senses and feelings in place-making practices (in Bishop and Marshall)
  • Hazel Easthope, Edgar Liu, Christina Ho and Caitlin Buckle, Diversity in density: Encouraging participation in higher density living (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Ruth Fincher, Pushing diversity beyond recognition (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Marla Guppy, Art, communities and housing form: A practitioner’s perspective (Bishop and Marshall)
  • David Jackson, Griffith and the Australian Constitution (White and Rahemtula)
  • John Macrossan, The 1890 Federation Conference: Essential precursor to the 1891 Convention (White and Rahemtula)
  • Lynne Manzo, The experience of place and displacement in the 21st century city (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Bruce McPherson, Griffith and court procedure (White and Rahemtula)
  • Robin O’Regan, Griffith and the Queensland Criminal Code (White and Rahemtula)
  • Michael Rios, Culture, citizenship and the practice of place-making (in Bishop and Marshall)
  • Deni Ruggeri and Anna Szilagy-Nagy, Socio-ecological dimensions: People, place and technology (Bishop and Marshall)
  • David Sanderson, Putting people first in place-based urban post-disaster recovery (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Paul Sayer, Griffith and his Insolvency Bill (White and Rahemtula)
  • Leila Scannell, Li Qin Tan, Robin Cox and Robert Gifford, Place attachment, well-being and resilience (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Mitchell Schwarzer, The technological infrastructure of place (in Bishop and Marshall)
  • Kate Shaw, Using places / exchanging places (Bishop and Marshall)
  • Christine Steinmetz and Hila Oren, Tel Aviv: Making place through technology (Bishop and Marshall)
  • James Thomas, Griffith at work: 1893–1903 (White and Rahemtula)