Anne Schillmoller (BA, ANU) (LLB, UNSW) is an Adjunct Fellow with the School of Law
and Justice, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW, Australia. Anne's teaching and
research interests are in the areas of Legal Philosophy, Administrative Law, Animal Law
and Earth Jurisprudence. 

Journal articles

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Mapping the terrain of earth jurisprudence: landscape, thesholds and horizons (with Alessandro Pelizzon), Environmental and Earth Law Journal (2013)

This paper investigates central ideas in the emergent field of Earth Jurisprudence. It suggests that...

 

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Gaining ground: towards a discourse of posthuman animality: a geophilosophical journey, Southern Cross University Law Review (2011)

The paper seeks articulate possibilities for a reciprocal ground of animality, a non hegemonic conceptual...

 

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The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual Politics by Jocelynne Scutt: Review, Southern Cross University Law Review (1998)

The article provides an in depth critical review of The Incredible Woman: Power and Sexual...

 

Book chapters

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Difference in an age of homogeneity: feminism, democracy and the illusion of consensus, New voices for social democracy: Labor essays 1999-2000 (1999)

The emergence of a single world market has engendered a superficially convergent global culture dominated...

 

Case study: North Coast Ethical Credit Union, Business ethics in Australia and New Zealand: essays and cases (1996)

At the 1993 Directors' meeting of the North Coast Ethical Credit Union, the Board was...

 

Curricula

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Animal Law (2nd edition) 2013 (2013)

Animal Law Curricula (2nd edition) 2013

 

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LAW00520 Philosophy of Law, 3rd edition (2011)

Philosophy, not jurisprudence

Note that this is not a ‘jurisprudence’ unit. The reasons why will...

 

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LAW 00117 Administrative Law 3rd edition (2010)

Robin Creyke and John McMillan suggest that ‘the broad purpose of administrative law is to...

 

Conference Presentations

Gaining ground: towards a discourse of posthuman animality: a geophilosophical journey (Presentation), Reconfiguring the 'human'/'animal' binary: resisting violence: the 2nd Annual European Conference for Critical Animal Studies (2011)
 

Reconfiguring the human/animal binary, Reconfiguring the 'human'/'animal' binary: resisting violence: the 2nd Annual European Conference for Critical Animal Studies (2011)

In The Order of Things, Michel Foucault observed that liberal humanism was ‘sovereign and untroubled’....

 

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Gaining ground: towards a discourse of posthuman animality: a geophilosophical journey, Earth jurisprudence: building theory and practice: the 3rd Wild Law Conference (2011)

Written as a travelogue, and employing geospatial metaphors, the paper is an exploration of animality....

 

Rights of nature and posthumanist possibilities (with Alessandro Pelizzon), Natural law and legal obligation: the Australian Society for Legal Philosophy annual conference (2011)

Earth jurisprudence is an emerging area of law in which the integrity and health of...

 

Benchmarking first year assessment and standards across three institutions in the first year of the law program (with Pauline Collins, Nichola Corbett-Jarvis, and Mandy Shircore), First year experience in law school: a new beginning conference (2011)

With the introduction of the new higher education quality agency, TEQSA, there is a renewed...