Articles, Papers and Dissertations


Vassillios Adrahtas, “Dancing Up Circular Quay: Indigenous Australian Popular Culture, Hybridization, and the Local Performance of the Glocal.”

Vassilios Adrahtas, “Prolegomena to the History of Indigenous Australian Prophetic Consciousness.”

Zoe Alderton, “Nick Cave: A Journey from an Anglican God to the Creative Christ.”

Zoe Alderton, “The Limits of Taste: Politics, Aesthetics, and Christ in Contemporary Australia.”

Sarah K. Balstrup, “Sentient Symbols: The Implications of Animal Cruelty Debates in Contemporary Australian Art.”

Gary Bouma, “Globalization and Localization: Anglicans and Pentecostals in Australia and the United States.”

Annabel Carr, “Beauty, Myth and Monolith: Picnic at Hanging Rock and the Vibration of Sacrality.”

Carole M. Cusack, “Mysterious Ways: Some Reflections on the “Religion, Literature and the Arts Project,” 1994-1996.”

Carole M. Cusack,”Religion in Australian Society: A Place for Everything, and Everything in Its Place.”

Carole M. Cusack, “The Virgin Mary at Coogee: A Preliminary Investigation.”

Justine Digance and Carole M. Cusack, “Secular Pilgrimage Events: Druid Gorsedd and Stargate Alignments.”

D. W. DockRill, “Archbishop Gough and the Sydney Philosophers: Religion, Religious Studies, and the University.”

Lucy Ellem, “My Colour Country: Landscape and Spirituality in the Art of Ginger Riley Muduw Alawala.”

Jan Epstein, “Jews and Films in Australia.”

Christopher Hartney, “Open Temple, Open Eyes: Viewing Caodaism.”

Lynne Hume, “New Religious Movements: Current Research in Australia.”

Patrick Hutchings, “Australian Aboriginal Art.”

Richard Ingold, “God, the Devil and You: A Systemic Functional Linguistic Analysis of the Language of Hillsong.”

Janet Kahl, “Miracle Image of Mary at Yankalilla, South Australia.”

Suzanne Langford, “In Search of an Australian Soul: Reflections on Religion and Spirituality in Rabbit-Proof Fence and Japanese Story.”

Renee Lockwood, Sacrifice and the Creation of Group of Identity: Case Studies of Gallipoli and Masada

Sheila McCreanor, “The Construction of an Australian Saint.”

Lyn McCredden, “Symbol-Making in Australia.”

Trevor Melksham, “What Manner of Men are These? Peter Weir’s Gallipoli as an Expression of Australian Civil Religion.”

Jane Magon, “Spirituality in Australian Art.”

Susan Murphy, “The Ordinary Street, The Storehouse of Treasure.”

Rod Pattenden, “Artists do the Big Picture.”

Peter Pierce, “The Problem of Consolation in the Country of Lost Children.”

Adam Possamai, “Alternative Spiritualities, New Religious Movements, and Jedism in Australia.”

James T. Richardson, “New Religions in Australia: Public Menace or Societal Salvation?

Maurice Ryan, “Religion Courses in Australian Schools

Marian de Souza and Richard Rymarz, “The Transmission of a Religious Heritage to Younger Members of Small Ethnic Communities in a Pluralistic Society: The Perceptions of Young Austalian Copts.”


Stephen John Carthew. 2012. A World within a World within “The World”: The Origins of the Universal Brotherhood, an Australian Countercultural, Back-to-the-land, New Age, Alternative Society and New Religious Movement Community. University of South Australia.