Tom Murray
Tom Murray
Screen Production, Macquarie University
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Dhakiyarr vs the King
T Murray, A Collins
92004
Narrative Voice in Documentary: In the Wake of ‘In My Father’s Country.’
T Murray
PhD thesis. Macquarie University, 2012
22012
Dhakiyarr vs The King
A Collins, T Murray
Mayfan, 2003
22003
Douglas Grant: the skin of others
T Murray
12017
The Skin of Others
T Murray
2020
Intensive mode screen production: an Australian case study in designing university learning and teaching to mirror ‘real-world’creative production processes
T Murray, I Barkat, K Pearlman
Media Practice and Education 21 (1), 18-31, 2020
2020
Tracking down the only known sculpture of a WWI Indigenous soldier
T Murray, H Howes
2019
How we tracked down the only known sculpture of a WWI Indigenous soldier
T Murray, H Howes
2019
Visual and Screen-Based Research Methodologies
C Mees, T Murray
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education, 2019
2019
Douglas Grant and Rudolf Marcuse: Wartime encounters at the edge of art
T Murray, H Howes
History and Anthropology, 1-30, 2019
2019
My quest to find the genesis of the Lambton Worm, a monster that haunted my boyhood dreams
T Murray
2018
From dragons to dreaming serpents: tracing the cultural history of the monstrous Lambton Worm
T Murray
2018
The Monstrous Worm
T Murray
2018
The skin of others: when Douglas Grant met Henry Lawson
T Murray
2018
Experimenting on Anzacs, inciting jihad: inside a POW camp unlike any other
T Murray
2017
Love in our own time: a documentary film
T Murray
Journal of Palliative Care 31 (3), 208, 2015
2015
Screen rites: getting close to death and dying
T Murray
Humanities Australia 6, 82-92, 2015
2015
Tuckier (Dhakiyarr) v the King and Territory
T Murray
2013
Love in our own time
T Murray
2013
Narrative Voice in Documentary: In the Wake of'In My Father's Country': an Investigation Into the Multiple Voices Forming a Documentary Film Work
T Murray
Macquarie University, 2011
2011
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