At last night’s graduation Simon showed me this photo, and emailed it to me. It was taken after our end of year shared lunch, the happiness of work submitted, broad futures ahead, and a job very well done.
Using cultural historiography, who were the ‘Larrikin’ journalists during one of the following eras? 1901 – 1914 1915 – 1940 1940 – 1950 1950 -2000 2001 – present day This research could be by thesis or project + exegesis, and would be in the nonfiction lab. Researcher: Josie Vine (josie dot vine at rmit dot […]
How did Australian journalism approach the coverage of incidences of suicide in the pre-digital era? This research could be thesis or project + exegesis, and would be relevant to the nonfiction or collective futures lab. Researcher: Josie Vine (josie dot vine at rmit dot edu dot au)
Urban semiotics tells us that urban structures can narrate a story about urban cultures. This is a series of possible research topics, and they could be done by thesis or project + exegesis. Using urban semiotics, what does The Age’s ‘Spencer Street Soviet’ tell us about Australian journalism culture between the 1960s and 2000s? Using […]
Four honours students from 2013, and two from 2012, presented papers at the Placing Nonfiction Symposium at RMIT in December. This symposium had a very diverse (and quite large) audience, as well as featuring Ross Gibson and Jeff Sparrow as keynotes. No beating around the bush the students were outstanding, seriously good work. Solid, well […]