Associate Professor Julieanne Lamond

Associate Professor
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Areas of expertise

  • Australian Literature (Excl. Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Literature) 200502
  • Literary Studies 2005

Research interests

Australian literature and cultural history, 19th Century to present

Book history, readers and audiences

Gender and literary value

Literature and politics

Digital/data-rich approaches to reading history 

 

Researcher's projects

My research and teaching focuses on Australian literary culture, the relationship between gender and literary value, the intersection between literary and popular cultures of reading, and between literature and politics. My most recent monograph is a study of contemporary writer Amanda Lohrey. Current projects include a study of the impact of COVID-19 on Australian women writers, a collaborative project on the uses of poetry in Australian poitical discourse, and an examination of reading and writing in relation to Australia's high country. 

I am co-editor of Australian Literary Studies.

Current student projects

Primary supervisor:

Alice Grundy, Not Above Your Gods: Editing Contemporary Women's Writing

Shireen Hafesjee, South-east, South and West Asians in Australian literature 1800s-2020s

Zachary Karpinellison, The Preservation and Circulation of Different Versions of Australian Films Held by the NFSA and in Personal Archives and Collections

Associate supervisor:

Anushka Dhanapa, Classical Allusions in Sri Lankan Anglophone Female Poets

Stephanie Gajewski, Middlebrow to Quality Television adaptation

Amy Hamilton, Novel citizens: representations of citizenship in law and literature

Isobel Lavers, Tracing representations of motherhood through memoir and life-writing

Fiannuala Morgan, Visualising Australia's Literary Imaginary

Zoe Smith, Intimate partner violence in Australian women's writing, 1880-1914

Amy Walters, Unstable Ground: Tracing a Gothic Lineage in Maggie O'Farrell's Fiction

Geordie Williamson, Romantic Antipodes

 

Past student projects

Primary supervisor:

Xiang Li, Gender, Reception and the ‘Drover’s Wife’ Phenomenon

Airlie Lawson, Conditions of Access: Mapping the value of Australian novels in the 21st century global marketspace

Jackson Moore, The Queer Patrick White

Associate supervisor:

Imogen Mathew, Essays on the Production and Reception of Anita Heiss' Writing

Matthew Thompson, 'The figure of Jack the Ripper in Victorian and Neo-Victorian Fiction.' 

Fourth Year Honours Projects:

Leah Purcell's The Drover's Wife and First Nations Cinema. 2023.

The intersectional bildungsroman in Australia. 2023.

Australian Literary Landscapes: An Overview of South and West Asian Presences in Historical Literature. 2022.

It’s Complicated: The Internalised Misogyny within Female Homosociality in Young Adult Literature. 2022.

Is the Madwoman Still Speaking? Narratives of Illness in Contemporary Australian Memoirs. 2021.

What is Changing in the Change Room?: a postfeminist analysis of the change room scene in popular culture. 2021.

Lions and Polar Bears and Gender Roles, Oh My! The Treatment of Women and Femininity in C.S. Lewis’s Chronicles of Narnia and Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials. 2018.

 

 

Publications

Projects and Grants

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