Philip, Dr Justine

Philip, Dr Justine

Researcher / Writer

Independent scholar

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Research interests / activities:

I have a PhD in Ecosystem Management, and write about environmental history, human-wilflide conflicts and the cultural history of animals. My PhD was on the cultural history of the Australian dingo.

Outputs:

Borrowy, I; Philip, J; Armiero, M.; Mart, Michelle; Muller, Simone (2021, April). Toxins, Me and Everybody Else: On Science & Silence. Collaborative Forum. Journal of Environmental History, Oxford University Press.

Philip, J (2021) In progress : United Nations Decade of Ecosystem Reconstruction 2021-2030: Deconstructing barriers to ecological restoration, an examination of the history and future of Australia’s Dingo Fence. Biologia Futura, Hungarian Academy of Science.

Philip, J (2021) In progress: Myxomatosis: An examination of the social, cultural and ethical implications of a vertebrate biocontrol WikiJournal of Science.

Philip, J (2020) The Waterfinders. A cultural history of the dingo. Special report for the Royal Zoological Society of NSW forum: The Dingo Dilemma: to cull, contain or conserve. Australian Zoologist https://www.researchgate.net/publication/344839428_THE_WATERFINDERS_A_cultural_history_of_the_Australian_dingo

Philip, J (2020) Air-dropping poisoned meat to kill bush predators hasn’t worked in the past, and it’s unlikely to help now https://theconversation.com/air-dropping-poisoned-meat-to-kill-bush-predators-hasnt-worked-in-the-past-and-its-unlikely-to-help-now-132195 The Conversation, March 13

Philip, J (2020) A historical review of Australian aerial vertebrate pest control, targeting dingoes and wild dogs 1946 – 2019. Australian Zoologist https://publications.rzsnsw.org.au/doi/pdf/10.7882/AZ.2020.011

Philip, J (2019) How Australia made poisoning animals normal https://theconversation.com/how-australia-made-poisoning-animals-normal-107004The Conversation, Feb 18.

Philip, J (2018) The Institutionalisation of Poison: A historical review of vertebrate pest control in Australia, 1814 to 2018. Australian Zoology https://publications.rzsnsw.org.au/doi/pdf/10.7882/AZ.2018.025

Philip, J (2018) Dingo Water Knowledge Water + Wisdom Australia India Education resource https://rmitgallery.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/waterwisdom-Australia-India-Education-resource-kit-.pdf RMIT Gallery Melbourne

Philip, J (2017). Living blanket, water diviner, wild pet: a cultural history of the dingo https://theconversation.com/living-blanket-water-diviner-wild-pet-a-cultural-history-of-the-dingo-80189 The Conversation. Aug 7

Philip, J (2017). International travels of the Australian Canis dingo [The Bigger Picture. Exploring Archives and Smithsonian History]. Smithsonian Institutional Archives, Washington DC. https://siarchives.si.edu/blog [13 & 15 June].

Philip, J (2016). Representing the Dingo. An Examination of Dingo–Human Encounters in Australian Cultural and Environmental Heritage, PhD Thesis, School of Environmental and Rural Science, University of New England, NSW. Australia. https://adobe.ly/2lAv8c2

Philip, J.; & Garden, D. (2016). Walking the Thylacine: Records of Native and Indigenous Companion Animals in Australian Narrative and Photographic History. January p. 34-62. Society and Animals Journal. https://www.academia.edu/38373399

Gacsi, M.; Philip, J. & Miklosi, A. (2009). Which way does domestication work: Creating new traits or modifying timing? Journal of Veterinary Behaviour, Vol 4, Issue 2 March http://www.journalvetbehavior.com/article/S1558-7878(08)00184-6/abstract

Potential areas for research supervision:
Human animal studies; Environmental history; Animal ethics and history

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