Publications

  • Recent publications

    • (2013) Cooper, S, ‘MOOCs: Radical Disruption or business as usual?’, Arena Journal, 39.
    • (2013) ‘Enlightened Barbarism: Zero Dark Thirty and the Torture Debate’ Arena Magazine, 122, pp. 54-5
    • (2012) Cooper, S., Poletti, A., Intermittent transparency: findings from a freedom of information request into the excellence in research for Australia journal ranking process, Australian Humanities Review [E], vol 53, issue November, Australian National University, School of Humanities, http://www.australianhumanitiesreview.org/, pp. 1-10.

    • (2012)Cooper, S, Atkinson, P, Untimely Animations: Waltz with Bashir and the Incorporation of Historical Difference, Screening the Past, vol 34. (special issue on untimely cinema)

    • (2012) When universities melt into air: will universities suffer the same fate as print media? Arena Magazine no.119, Aug-Sept : 54-(55)
    • (2012) Violence and progress: doing the body count with Steven Pinker. [Book review: Pinker, Steven. The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined, Arena Magazine, .116, Feb-Mar 2012: 54-(55)
    • (2012) Forbidden fruit to ubiquitous information: the questionable legacy of Steve Jobs, Arena Magazine, no.115, Dec 2011-Jan : 54-55
    • (2011) Cooper, S., Poletti, A., The new ERA of journal ranking: The consequences of Australia's fraught encounter with 'quality', Australian Universities Review [P], vol 53, issue 1, National Tertiary Education Industry Union, South Melbourne Vic Australia, pp. 57-65

    • (2011) Knowledge markets: [Scholarly publishing and the privatisation of public research.] Arena Magazine no.114, Oct-Nov : 54-55
    • (2010) ‘Questions concerning Technoculture’ Science as Culture, Volume 19, Issue 2 June 2010 , pages 255 – 258
    • (2009) Thoughts of Murdoch on the ABC Arena Magazine 99, p54(2)
    • (2008) ‘Regulating Hybrid Monsters? The Limits of Latour and Actor-Network Theory’ in Arena Journal pp. 305-330
    • (2008) ‘Graphic Implosion: Politics, Time, and Value in Post-9/11 Comics,’ Simon Cooper and Paul Atkinson inLiterature after 9/11 ed. Ann Keniston, Jeanne Follansbee Quinn, Routledge. pp. 60-81
    • (2008) ‘Nothing Left but Sinners and Victims’ Arena Magazine 94: p54(2)
    • (2008) ‘Disintegration’, catalogue essay for exhibition by sculptor Robbie Rowlands
    • (2008) The problem lies elsewhere: tales of repression in the recent fiction of Ian McEwan and Martin Amis.Arena Magazine 93: p54(2) 
    • (2007) ‘Question-Time: modalities of knowledge in an information culture’, Southern Review 40(2) pp. 1-4 with P. Atkinson & S. Yell
    • (2007) ‘Academic Darwinism: the logical end of the Dawkins era’, Arena Journal 28 pp. 107-117
    • (2007) Trusted Information Sources’, Complimentary Health Practice Review, 12 (2), pp. 120-138 with A. Robinson