|Name||Thesis / project title||Contact|
||From Colombia to Australia: Life Stories of Shifting Identities among Colombian Born Women Living in Melbourne, Australia
||The Australian home renovation process: Media and low carbon design choices
||The Homelessness and Housing link in Australia: Geography, Mobility, Risk and Capabilities
||The housing disadvantage of women alone in older age: An enduring Inequality?
||Exploring the predictors of wellbeing and mental health service use for young Hazaras with refugee backgrounds in Australia
||Discursive analysis concerning asylum seekers and refugees - Australian federal election campaigns 1977 to 2013
||Circles of Women: Sustainable Consumption and Digital Media.
||Team & Game Based Mobile Learning as an Enabler of Social Innovation
||The human experience of receiving international aid: an ethnographic case study in Sri Lanka
||Redefining 'Rape Culture': Can the popular term 'rape culture' be extended and elaborated to usefully illuminate the pervasive cultural underpinnings behind rape and sexual violence towards women?
||Path dependency in Victorian Homelessness and the potential for a System Dynamics approach to provide greater understanding and policy directions
||I want this wall off The Block': Media, home renovation and low carbon living
|Juliana Lobo De Queiroz
||Refugee Women, Resettlement and Entrepreneurship - an applied anthropology of refugee women entrepreneurship in Australia and Brazil.
||Understanding public housing provision in Melbourne: a comparative perspective
||Sleep walking to Catastrophe? Landuse & Transport Planning decisions reviewed against climate change priorities: Melbourne as a case study
||Forging New Ground: Creative civil society engagement of government to achieve rights- based policy change on immigration detention
||An Analysis of Control Fraud in the Australian Housing and Mortgage Markets
||Examination of ‘overcrowding’ in Australian households, its impact on young people in pathways to homelessness and implications for intervention effectiveness.