Research Publications for Gay D Morgan
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Morgan, G. (2019). Is Plato's Noble Lie essential for democracy. In ASLP 2019. University of Sydney, Australia.
Morgan, G. (2019). Post Truth’ concerns – a bit of Legal Hypocrisy? Is ‘Post Truth’ as an inevitable response to Law’s own ‘Noble (or Ignoble) Lie’?. In Australasian Law Academics Association Annual Conference 2019: 'Real' Laws in the Post-Truth World. Southern Cross University, NSW, Australia.
Morgan, G. D. (2018). Public responsibility: a fundamental concept reflected throughout the ages: we did we lose the plot?. In B. Martin, L. Te Aho, & M. Humphries (Eds.), Responsibility - Law and Governance for Living Well with the Earth (1st ed., pp. 65-88). London and New York: Routledge.
Morgan, G. (2018). Earth v humanity: Biodiversity by whom and for whom?. In Second Annual Animal Welfare & International Law Seminar presented by RALHUS & Lincoln Law School UK. Lincoln University, Lincoln, UK.
Morgan, G. D. (2017). Moral boundaries, anthropocentrism and biodiversity: possums in New Zealand as an example. In E. Couzens, A. Paterson, S. Riley, & Y. Frisktikawati (Eds.), Protecting Forest and Marine Biodiversity: The Role of Law (pp. 27-52). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
Morgan, G. D. (2017). Food citizenship and animal welfare: context and conflicting values. In Sustainable & Resilient Food Systems Project Symposium. Victoria University Faculty of Law, Wellington.
Morgan, G. D. (2017). Rethinking the Concept of Racism: Real and Reductionist. In International Roundtable: It’s complicated: A relationship status update for Race, Indigenous Studies and Law. Faculty of Law, University of Waikato.
Morgan, G. D. (2016). Are possums animals too?. The New Zealand Law Journal, 291-292.
Morgan, G. D., & Young, M. (Eds.) (2016). IUCN Academy of Environmental Law E Journal. IUCN Academy of Environmental Law E Journal, (7 & 8), 1-292.
Morgan, G. D. (2016). Constitutional Legitimacy in the Maori Governance Space. In What's Happening in the Maori Governance Space? sponsored by Te Mata Hautu Take take - The Maori and Indigenous Governance Centre & Centre for Environmental, Resource and Energy Law. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.