Books - 2014

(in press) Atlantic Afterlives in Contemporary Fiction: The Oceanic Imaginary in Literature since the Information Age (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) - Dr Sofia Ahlberg

(in press) Writing Performative Shakespeares: New Forms of Performance Criticism (Cambridge University Press, 2016) - Dr Rob Conkie

The Near Miss (HarperCollins, 2015) - Dr Fran Cusworth

All the Beginnings: A Queer Autobiography of the Body (Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2015) - Dr Quinn Eades

Ed. Jovial Harbinger of Doom: The Short Stories of Laurie Clancy (Girinderra Press, 2014) - Emeritus Professor Richard Freadman

(forthcoming) Stepladder to Hindsight (Hybrid, 2016) - Emeritus Professor Richard Freadman

Goddess (HarperCollins, 2014) - Dr Kelly Gardiner

Autobiologies: Charles Darwin and the Natural History of the Self (Bucknell University Press, 2015) - Dr Alexis Harley

South in the World (University of Western Australia Press, 2014) - Dr Lisa Jacobson

Knowledge and Power in Prehistoric Societies: Orality, Memory and the Transmission of Culture (Cambridge University Press, 2015) – Dr Lynne Kelly

(in press) Ed. Charlotte Smith: The Major Poems (Broadview Press, 2016) - Dr Claire Knowles, with Dr Ingrid Horrocks (Massey University)

Femininity and Authorship in the Novels of Elizabeth von Arnim: At Her Most Radiant Moment (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2014) - Dr Juliane Römhild

The Digital Afterlives of Jane Austen (Palgrave Macmillan 2014) - Dr  Kylie Mirmohamadi

The Wonders (Affirm Press, 2014; Simon and Schuster 2015) - Dr Paddy O'Reilly

Peripheral Vision (University of Queensland Press, 2015) - Dr Paddy O'Reilly

(in press) Castaway Tales: Robinson Crusoe to Life of Pi (Wesleyan University Press, 2016) - Christopher Palmer

Literature and Politics in the 1620s (Palgrave, 2014) - Emeritus Professor Paul Salzman

Ed. Mary Wroth and Shakespeare - Emeritus Professor Paul Salzman, with Marion Wynne-Davies

(in press) Ed. Editing Early Modern Women (Cambridge University Press, 2016) - Emeritus Professor Paul Salzman with Sarah C.E. Ross

Blockbuster! Fergus Hume and the Mystery of a Hansom Cab (Text Publishing, 2015) - Dr Lucy Sussex

Beyond Literal Belief: Religion as Metaphor (Garratt Publishing, 2014) - Emeritus Professor David Tacey

Fighting Nature: Travelling Menageries, Animal Acts and War Shows (University of Sydney Press, 2015) - Emeritus Professor Peta Tait

(in press) Ed. The Routledge Circus Reader (Routledge, 2016) - Emeritus Professor Peta Tait, with Katie Lavers

Telling West Indian Lives: Life Narrative and the Reform of Plantation Slavery Cultures 1804-1834 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) - Professor Sue Thomas

Race and Popular Fantasy Literature: Habits of Whiteness (Routledge, 2015) - Dr Helen Young

Ed. Fantasy and Science Fiction Medievalisms: From Isaac Asimov to 'A Game of Thrones' (Cambria Press, 2015) - Dr Helen Young

Ed. The Middle Ages in Popular Culture: Medievalism and Genre (Cambria Press, 2015) - Dr Helen Young

The Hidden Jane Austen (Cambridge University Press, 2014) - Emeritus Professor John Wiltshire

Ed. Approaches to Teaching 'Mansfield Park' (MLA, 2014) - Emeritus Professor John Wiltshire, with Marcia McClintock Folsom


Eleanor and Mary Alice, Heidi Museum of Modern Art, 25 October - 9 November 2014, as part of the exhibition Moya Dyring: An Australian Salon in Paris. Written by Emeritus Professor Peta Tait.

Uncle Vanya in Avoca, an associated event of the Castlemaine State Festival, 21 - 22 March 2015 (2-day durational performance). Directed by Dr Bagryana Popov.

Listening Ground, part of the Break a Brain festival, Kauppi Forest, Tampere, Finland, 8 August 2015. Research collaboration involving Dr Bagryana Popov.

Of Cows, Women and War, Eye of the Storm Northern Territory Writers' Festival, Alice Springs (September 2015). Performed on Arrernte land, on site at Olive Pink Gardens. Director and co-author (with Ajak Kwai): Dr Bagryana Popov.

Memory Makes Us, in collaboration with if:book Australia and the Decatur Book Festival, USA, October 2015. Writer as performer: Dr Paddy O'Reilly.

(forthcoming) The Merry Wives of Windsor, New Fortune Theatre, Perth, 15 - 18 February 2016, and Fortyfivedownstairs, Melbourne, 19 April - 1 May 2016. Director: Dr Rob Conkie.

ARTWORK - 2014

Death and the Maiden, 69 Smith Street Gallery, 21 October - 8 November 2015. Dr Natalie Pirotta.



Lady Mary Wroth, Love's Victory - Emeritus Professor Paul Salzman


From Whales to Wells: The Spread of Oil and Its Narratives - Dr Sofia Ahlberg

Frank Moorhouse - Dr Damien Barlow

Theatrical Rivalry in Eighteenth-Century Edinburgh - Dr Kim Baston

Ed. Music and Sound in the Theatre, special issue of Australasian Drama Studies - Dr Kim Baston and Meredith Rogers

Creative/Critical Shakespeare - Dr Rob Conkie

Ed. Creative/Critical Shakespeare, special issue of Critical Survey (2016) - Dr Rob Conkie, with S Maisano

Two Gentlemen of Verona (for Manchester University Press's Shakespeare in Performance series) - Dr Rob Conkie

Using life-narrative to assist people and their carers in palliative care and dementia care settings - Emeritus Professor Richard Freadman

1917 [novel] - Dr Kelly Gardiner

Windfall [novel] - Dr Kelly Gardiner

Elegy and Extinction in the Long Nineteenth Century - Dr Alexis Harley

Ancient Memory Spaces (Allen & Unwin & Atlantic Books, 2016) - Dr Lynne Kelly

The Literary Culture of Eighteenth-century British Newspapers ­- Dr Claire Knowles

Giants and Junk: Using Maximalist Novels in Contemporary Culture (for Routledge) - Dr Nick Levey

Cultures of reading and contemporary and historical book cultures - Professor Sue Martin

Ed. Victorian Literary Migrations: The Australasian Migrations of Victorian Print Culture, special issue of Australian Literary Studies ­- Professor Susan K. Martin and Dr Kylie Mirmohamadi

Plain Jane: Re-imagining Austen among the Amish - Dr Kylie Mirmohamadi

The Silent Voices - Dr Mike Nolan

Creating the Past: Historical Fiction and Historical Narrative  - Dr Catherine Padmore and Dr Kelly Gardiner

After Levina [historical novel] - Dr Catherine Padmore

To Rival a Queen [historical novel] - Dr Catherine Padmore

Art and Land: Embodied Performance and Relationship to Place - Dr Bagryana Popov

Autobiography of Whiteness - Dr Alison Ravenscroft

Centre for Indigenous Story - Dr Alison Ravenscroft

Happiness in Middlebrow Literature - Dr Juliane Römhild

Elizabeth von Arnim's Letters - Dr Juliane Römhild

The Golden Book [novel] - Dr Kate Ryan

Ed. Transmission and Early Modern Women's Writing: New Textual Approaches, special issue of Women's Writing - Emeritus Professor Paul Salzman

Editing the Renaissance: 1825-1915 - Emeritus Professor Paul Salzman

Editor of Aphra Behn's posthumous fiction for the Cambridge University Press series The Complete Works of Aphra Behn and editorial board role for the series - Emeritus Professor Paul Salzman

AusStage - Emeritus Professor Peta Tait

International Acting Training and Performance Pedagogies in Australia - Emeritus Professor Peta Tait

Jean Rhys: Her Literary Life (DP140103817) - Professor Sue Thomas

Ed. Tracking the Literature of Tropical Weather: Typhoons, Cyclones and Hurricanes (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016) – Professor Sue Thomas, with Associate Professor Anne Collett (University of Wollongong) and Professor Russell McDougall (University of New England)

Polly Teale, late expressionist playwright - Professor Sue Thomas and Dr Rebecca Waese

Land and Property in Australian Federation-Edwardian Literature and Culture - Dr Robyn Walton

When Novels Perform History: Dramatic Modes in Australian and Canadian Fiction - Dr Rebecca Waese

Frances Burney and Medical Narrative - Emeritus Professor John Wiltshire, with Dr Daniel Vuillermin (Peking National University)

Ed. Approaches to Teaching Jane Austen's 'Persuasion' - Emeritus Professor John Wiltshire, with Professor Marcia Folsom (Boston)

The Colour of the Past - Dr Helen Young