Martine is an experienced researcher, project coordinator, educator and writer with over 15 years' experience working with NGOs, universities, and communities in Australia and internationally. Her areas of interest and expertise include research ethics in working with vulnerable communities, historical and social justice, archives and museums, sustainability and development, and exclusion and social disadvantage. As a Research Fellow with the Australian Centre for Child Protection (ACCP) since 2017, Martine provides research support and expertise to highly sensitive projects. As Project Officer (Research) in the School of Management since 2018, Martine is responsible for providing project support to the research outputs of... Read more
Offering a wide range of programs in the management discipline, combining theory and practice, designed with industry.
Martine is an experienced researcher, project coordinator, educator and writer with over 15 years' experience working with NGOs, universities, and communities in Australia and internationally. Her areas of interest and expertise include research ethics in working with vulnerable communities, historical and social justice, archives and museums, sustainability and development, and exclusion and social disadvantage. As a Research Fellow with the Australian Centre for Child Protection (ACCP) since 2017, Martine provides research support and expertise to highly sensitive projects. As Project Officer (Research) in the School of Management since 2018, Martine is responsible for providing project support to the research outputs of the Head of School, with a focus on cultural and creative industries.
Australian Society of Archivists
Australian Museums and Galleries Association
Doctor of Philosophy University of South Australia
Master in Cultural Heritage (In Progress) Deakin University
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) University of South Australia
Bachelor of Arts (Communication Studies) University of South Australia
Research Fellow (Australian Centre for Child Protection)
Project Officer (School of Management)
Excludes commercial-in-confidence projects.
Hawkes, M. (2018). Archiving loss: Holding places for difficult memories. Routledge.
Hawkes, M. (Forthcoming 2019). 'Memory, Identity, and Possession: Personal objects from genocide in galleries, museums and archives'. In Munaj, K. (ed.). Genocide Reconsidered. Pennsylvania University Press.
Devereux, P., Paull, M., Hawkes, M., Georgeou, N. (2017). Volunteering and the UN Sustainable Development Goals: Seeking common ground between national and international volunteering agendas?. Third Sector Review.
Hawkes, M. 2014. Locating Memory: Introduction and Exhibiting Loss and Salvaging the Everyday: Photography, Objects and the Missing. Cultural Studies Review. (Special Issue) 20, no. 2: 5-14; 66-89.
Hawkes, M. 2014. International Volunteerism: Supports and Barriers to Capacity Development Outcomes. Third Sector Review 20, no. 1.
Hawkes, M. 2012. Containing Testimony: Archiving Loss After Genocide. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 26, no. 6: 935-945
Hawkes, M. 2009. Cinders Persist: Approaching Genocide in the Archives. Antithesis 19: 124-138.
Hawkes, M. 2008. What is Recovered. M/C Journal 11, no. 6.
Hawkes, M. 2008. Cinders in the archives: Derridean considerations of the archives of genocide. Conference proceedings. Annual Conference of the Cultural Studies Association of Australia (CSAA).
Hawkes, M. 2006 Transmitting Genocide: Genocide and Art. M/C Journal 9, no. 1.
Reports and periodical articles
Bromfield, L., Meiksans, J., Cox, S., & Hawkes, M. (2018). Early Intervention Research Directorate (EIRD) Desktop Evaluations: Matching Investment to Client Complexity. Early Intervention Research Directorate. Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Government of South Australia.
SDSN Australia/Pacific. 2017. Getting started with the SDGs in universities: A guide for universities, higher education institutions, and the academic sector. Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Edition. Sustainable Development Solutions Network – Australia/Pacific, Melbourne. http://ap-unsdsn.org/regional-initiatives/universities-sdgs/university-sdg-guide/ (Co-Author).
International Women's Development Agency. 2017. Ethical Research Guidance Package. In Production. (Consultant/Author).
Monash Sustainable Development Institute. 2016. United Nations Global Compact: Communication on Engagement. Report for publication on UNGC COE website. https://www.unglobalcompact.org/participation/report/coe/create-and-submit/submitted-coe/233091 (Writer).
Make Every Woman Count. 2016. African Women’s Decade: 2015 Annual Review. Central Africa content. http://makeeverywomancount.org/images/stories/documents/MEWC__AWDMidTermReview_2016.pdf (Researcher/Writer).
Australian Red Cross. 2015. International volunteering as a catalyst for development activities: a qualitative study of former international volunteers. Final Research Report. [Launched December 2015]. (Senior Researcher/Report Author).
Australian Red Cross. 2015. IFRC Global Review on Volunteering. IFRC. (Contribution to final report and discussion papers as seconded staff member and as member of Editorial Committee).
Australian Red Cross. 2014. The Effectiveness of International Volunteering as a Development Tool (Kenya/Mongolia). Final Research Report. [Launched: August 2014]. (Senior Researcher/Report Author).
United Nations Association of Australia. 2012. UNAA Response to Australia’s Preliminary Submission to the Rio+20 Compilation Document. Unpublished report for submission to the Rio +20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development. (Author)
Historical Justice and Memory Network. 2011. Losing Site: Architecture, Memory and Place. http://www.historicaljusticeandmemorynetwork.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/losing-site1.pdf (Book Review)
Australian Policy Online. 2011. Heritage, memory and identity - global issues? http://apo.org.au/commentary/heritage-memory-and-identity-global-issues. (Book Review)
Australian Policy Online. 2010. Unity in diversity: TheMHS annual conference report. http://www.apo.org.au/commentary/unity-diversity. (Conference Report)
Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe Magazine. 2008. Researcher in residence program report. http://www.osce.org/files/documents/c/0/35067.pdf