Julieanne Lamond lectures in English at Australian National University. Her research and teaching focuses on literary culture at the turn of the twentieth century, especially that written and read in Australia, gender and contemporary literary culture, book reviewing, and the intersection between scholarly and popular cultures of reading. She has published essays on Australian writers (Rosa Praed, Barbara Baynton, Steele Rudd, Miles Franklin, Christos Tsiolkas), gender and Australian literary culture, digital approaches to studying the history of reading, mass market fiction at the turn of the twentieth century, and gender and book reviewing. She is editor of Australian Literary Studies.
Australian National University
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