Units teaching this Author
Edith Cowan University
University of Adelaide
University of Queensland
University of South Australia
University of Sydney
University of Western Australia
Authors being taught in the same Units
David Carter is Professor of Australian Literature and Cultural History at The University of Queensland where he was formerly Director of the Australian Studies Centre (2001-2006). Prior to this he was a lecturer in literature and Australian studies in the Faculty of Humanities, Griffith University.
He is an active member of the academic community and has published widely on Australian literature and Australian culture. His publications include Making Books: Contemporary Australian Publishing, with Anne Galligan (2007), Dispossession, Dreams and Diversity: Issues in Australian Studies (2006), The Ideas Market: An Alternative Take on Australia's Intellectual Life (2004), Stories from Down Under: Nine Short Stories from Australia and New Zealand, with Karin Ikas (2004), Culture in Australia: Policies, Publics and Programs, with Tony Bennett (2001), Judah Waten: Fiction, Memoirs and Criticism (1998), and A Career in Writing : Judah Waten and the Cultural Politics of a Literary Career (1997). He has contributed to the Cambridge History of Australian Literature (2009), the History of the Book in Australia (vol. 3, 2006), the Cambridge Companion to Australian Literature (2000), and the Penguin New Literary History of Australia (1988). His research fields include Australian cultural history, Australian cultural industries, publishing studies, Australian media and Australian literature.
He is a Guest Professor in Australian Studies at Beijing Foreign Studies University and Manager of the Australian Studies in China program on behalf of the Australia-China Council. In 2007-2008 he was Visiting Professor in Australian Studies at the Center for Pacific and American Studies at Tokyo University, and he was a Board member of the Australia-Japan Foundation from 1998 to 2004.
David Carter is currently a member of the judging committee of the Patrick White Award and an Editorial Advisor for Australian Literary Studies, the Journal of Australian Studies, and Australian Cultural History.
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