Her research interests in the field of film studies include film sound, history and film, Australian cinema, global and national cinemas, transcultural cinema, genre, spectatorship, memory and trauma. Anne has been nominated and has won awards for both location and post-production sound including an AFI nomination for Walking on Water (Ayres, 2002) and two Australian Screen Sound Awards for The Quiet American (Noyce, 2002). She is the director of Sonic Reflections, a documentary that outlines the director/sound designer relationship and is currently completing articles, and working on a book that investigates the role of sound as a key site for locating diaspora, memory trauma and loss in Australian transcultural cinema.
After admission to Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in 2002, he worked as staff specialist psychiatrist at the Northern Beaches Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service in Sydney, and later as visiting psychiatrist at Bloomfield Hospital in rural New South Wales. He teaches courses in child and adolescent mental health at the University of Sydney and NYU Sydney. He also has a keen interest in mental health law, and is a member of the Mental Health Review Tribunal.
Jane’s previous work roles include research into heavy vehicle crashes, teaching at Macquarie University and managing her own consulting business with projects including risk assessments in abattoirs, aged-care facilities and mortuaries. Jane received a national Kidsafe award for her work on the prevention of scalds to children while with the NSW Health Department.
Previously she has lectured in Australian history at the University of Newcastle, the University of Sydney and at IES Abroad. Her work has been published in a range of journals and books including, History Australia, the Journal of Tourism History, and the Routledge Companion to Travel Writing.
Christine has completed international consultancies analysing trends in mortality (neonatal, infant, child and adult), life expectancy, and strengthening registration of births and deaths in Pacific Island populations. Her work involves extensive in-country time throughout Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia and Southeast Asia; and in 2015/2016 Christine was based in New Caledonia working for the Secretariat of the Pacific Community. Christine has a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in cardiovascular disease surveillance and control in Pacific Island populations.
He has taught and assessed both undergraduate and postgraduate psychology subjects, including introductory, social, biological and personality psychology, in addition to research methods, statistics and thesis preparation. He has also taught in interdisciplinary topics, specifically concerning the application of psychology in various health professions. His current research interests include exploring the role outgroup bias and discrete coalition cues play in adaptively negotiating group decision tasks. He is also collaborating with researchers in the field of education, to design interventions intended to help educators understand and negotiate the conflicting moral values in their students.
Emerging from her ongoing interest in affect and the many tensions of our attachments, Laura is beginning a new research project investigating what the insights of feminist environmental humanities might contribute to strategies for sustaining activism. Increasingly, Laura is also attending to the unconscious in both post-humanities scholarship and activism.
In addition, he is also investigating novel biochemical techniques to understand membrane protein dynamics and uncovering ‘missing’ human proteins.
He has published two books: Australian Bushrangers - The Romance of Robbery and From Here To Paternity - A User's Manual For Early Fatherhood. In 2017, he was awarded his PhD in media and philosophy from Macquarie University for a thesis investigating the ethics of internet privacy. Sacha lives in Sydney with his wife, two kids and Labrador/red heeler, a dog with an insatiable appetite for BBQ chicken and pats. Whenever possible, he immerses himself in the Pacific Ocean.
She has taught journalism and media studies at UTS, UNSW, Southern Cross University and the NSW Writers' Centre and was formerly Manager of the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism. She is also an occasional judge for the Walkley Foundation journalism awards.
Her teaching has covered Introduction to Finance courses, Financial Markets, Quantitative Methods, Derivative Securities and Econometrics. Her research interests include time series econometrics, forecasting, corporate governance and management quality. She has worked in the finance industry for the past 8 years and prior to that worked as an economic consultant. She is a member of the global research team of the Scientific Active Equities (SAE) within BlackRock located in Sydney.
His interests lie in the combination of gravity and quantum theory, and the nature of time. For the last three years Matt has been developing teaching resources, including for the new physics syllabus, for a prominent tuition college, and has had 10 years experience in teaching university physics.
He has taught various subjects at UNSW including neuropsychological assessment and psychopathology, social and developmental psychology, and introduction to psychology. He has worked as a clinician with acute psychosis, traumatic brain injury and personality disorder populations, conducting neuropsychological assessments and delivering treatment. His clinical work includes working with children, adolescents and adults with learning difficulties, anxiety, depression, PTSD, OCD, and autism spectrum disorder.
In collaboration with Warlpiri she co-authored the book Warlpiri Women’s Voices. Her academic publications include articles and chapters in peer-reviewed journals and edited volumes. She is currently a Research Associate at the University of Sydney where she is working on a Central Australian cultural media project.
His recent research is into early career success of Marketing graduates, with a focus on the success factors of workplace integrated learning from simulation to industry collaboration projects with internships.
In 2015 she taught a sold out masterclass workshop for the Sydney Writers’ Festival. She was the recipient of the Sydney University prize for Best Honours thesis in Gender & Cultural Studies, a Marrickville Council Arts Development Grant, the Australian Society of Authors Mentorship award, and has been shortlisted for the Australian Vogel. Anna has been anthologized in Herding Kites (Affirm Press) and online in The Disappearing, and published in harlequin creature (USA), The Bastille (France), Voiceworks, Slit, Scum, Cuttings, Pony, and WQ (Australia). She has lectured at NYU Sydney since 2012.