by Arran Gare
- 'Surviving Among the Predators: How Can Ecologically Sustainable Forms of Social Metabolism Survive and Prevail Against Aggressive Ecologically Destructive Forms'
- 'Is it Possible to Create an Ecologically Sustainable World Order: The Implications of Hierarchy Theory for Human Ecology'
- 'Narrative and Culture: The Primordial Role of Stories in Human Self-Creation'
- 'Human Ecology, Process Philosophy and the Global Ecological Crisis'
- 'Narratives and the Environmental Politics'
- 'Environmental Perspectives: Lost or Found in Postmodernity'
- 'Philosophy, Civilization and the Global Ecological Crisis: The Challenge of Process Metaphysics to Scientific Materialism'
'Process and Enterprise: Towards the Liberation of Managed Human Life' - Mark R. Dibben
'Globalisation and National Identity in Australian Film' - Rochelle Siemienowicz
'Taiko Drum Playing as Response to Globalisation' - Patricia O'Reilly
'Globalization: Culture and Society in the Space Economy of Late Capitalism' - Robert Hassan
'Modelling and Prediction of Adaptation Dynamics in Behavioural Systems Under Technological Change' - Peter Benda
by Damon A. Young
- THE MORTAL BLESSINGS OF NARRATIVE: Death, Poetry, and the Beginnings of Cultural Change
- THE DEMOCRATIC CHORUS: Culture, Dialogue, and Polyphony
- QUANTUM KARMA: Semantic Superficiality in New Age Religions
- STEALING THE VOICE OF ORPHEUS: Process, Language, and Narrative Justice
- WHY RIGHTS ARE NEVER ENOUGH: Rights, Intellectual Disability, and Understanding