Book chapters:

  • Smaill, Belinda. “Ecological Relations: FalconCam in Conversation with The Back of Beyond.” A Companion to Australian Cinema. Felicity Collins, Jane Landman and Susan Bye (eds.). London: Wiley-Blackwell. [In Press 2019]
  • Holmes, David and Star, C. Climate change communication in Australia: The politics, mainstream media and fossil fuel industry nexus. Handbook of Climate Change Communication: Vol. 1: Theory of Climate Change Communication. Leal Filho, W., Manolas, E., Azul , A. M., Azeiteiro, U. M. & McGhie, H. (eds.). 1st ed. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2018.
  • Anderson, Deb. “Grim Humour and Hope: Oral Histories of Australian Drought” Echoes from the Garden: Oral History and the Environment. Mark Cave and Stephen M. Sloan (eds.). New York: Oxford University Press, [In press]
  • Anderson, Deb. “Hearing the Legacy in the Forecast: Living with Stories of the Australian Climate” Telling Environmental Histories: Intersections of Memory, Narrative and Environment. Holmes, Katie and Heather Goodall (eds.) London: Palgrave, 2017.
  • Anderson, Deb. “Talk of the town in drought country” Cultural Sustainability in Rural Communities: Rethinking Australian Country Towns. Driscoll, C., Darian-Smith, K. & Nichols, D. (eds.). Abingdon Oxon UK: Routledge, 2017.
  • Anderson, Deb. “Voices of endurance: Climate and the power of oral history”. A Cultural History of Climate Change. Bristow, T. and; Ford, T. H. (eds.). 1 ed. London UK: Routledge, 2016.
  • Meese, J. M. & Podkalicka, A. M. “Circumvention, media sport and the fragmentation of video culture” Geoblocking and Global Video Culture. Lobato, R. & Meese, J. (eds.). Amsterdam The Netherlands: Institute of Network Cultures, 2016.
  • Smaill, Belinda. “Emotion, argumentation and documentary traditions: Darwin's Nightmare and The Cove” Moving Environments: Affect, Emotion, Ecology, and Film. Weik von Mossner, A. (ed.). 1 ed. Waterloo Ontario Canada: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2014.


  • Smaill, Belinda and Therese Davis. “Rethinking Documentary and the Environment: A Multi-Scalar Approach to Time.” Transformations: Journal of Media, Culture & Technology 32 (in press 2018).
  • Smaill, Belinda. “An Ecocritical Approach to Documentary Interactivity: Spatial Technologies in a Film Studies Frame.” Studies in Documentary Film (in press 2018).
  • Anderson, Deb, Philip Chubb, and Monika Djerf-Pierre. “Fanning the Blame: Media Accountability, Climate and Crisis on the Australian ‘Fire Continent’” Environmental Communication 12.7 (2018): 928-941.
  • Moglia, M.,Podkalicka, A. M. & McGregor, J. “An Agent-Based Model of Residential Energy Efficiency Adoption.” Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation. 21.3 (2018): 1-27.
  • Podkalicka, A. & Milne, E. “Diverse media practices and economies of Australian home renovators: Budgeting, self-education and documentation.” Continuum: Journal of Mediaand Cultural Studies 31.5 (2017): 694-705.
  • Davis, Therese. “Warning signals: Indigenous remembrance and futurity in post-Apology Australia: A reflection from Broome.” Australian Humanities Review 61 (2017): 58-73.
  • Smaill, Belinda. “Encountering animals: Re-viewing the cinema of Jean Painlevé.” Antennae: the Journal of Nature in Visual Culture 42 (2017): 82-99.
  • Anderson, Deb. “Up where I belong: Doing cultural studies in the deep north of Australia.” Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 30.2 (2016): 218-230.
  • Hutchins, Brett. “The many modalities of social networking: The role of Twitter in Greens politics.” Environmental Communication 10.1 (2016): 25-42.
  • Anderson, Deb. “Climate Lived and Contested: Narratives of Mallee Women, Drought and Climate Change” Hecate 38.1&2 (2015): 24-41.
  • Smaill, Belinda. “Tasmanian tigers and polar bears: the documentary moving image and (species) loss.” NECSUS: European journal of media studies 4.1 (2015): 145-162.
  • Smaill, Belinda. “Documentary Film and Animal Modernity in Raw Herring and Sweetgrass.” Australian Humanities Review 57 (2014):61-80.