Lecturer, Honours, First-year & Coordinator (Journalism, Media and Communications)
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Michelle is a Lecturer in Journalism, Media and Communications. Prior to joining UTAS in 2009, she taught communications and cultural studies at the University of South Australia, and completed her PhD at the University of Adelaide. Michelle’s research explores the pleasures and politics of ‘extreme’ media and cultural forms, including food, health and music. She is the author of Death Metal and Music Criticism: Analysis at the Limits (Lexington Books, 2012), and she is currently writing Fats: A Global History for Reaktion Books (scheduled for 2015).
Michelle is available to supervise Honours and Research Higher Degree projects in the following areas:
In 2012, Michelle was awarded a Vice Chancellor’s Citation for an Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning for the development of curricula that equips students to make ‘real life’ connections between theory and practice in journalism, media and communications.
She currently coordinates and teaches the following units:
Authorised by the Interim Head of School, Social Sciences and the Acting Head of School, Humanities
20 May, 2013