The Print Cultures Network: Print Culture and National Culture in a Globalised Economy (2004)

Abstract:
This Network will bring together researchers from a range of disciplinary/professional backgrounds and specialists in the deployment of frontier technologies in information management. Building on expertise in literary history, publishing, editing and bibliographical studies the Network will establish collaborations between researchers in the emerging interdisciplinary fields of book history, print culture, publishing studies and new generation information management. Its connective thematic will be the dynamics between print culture/the print economy, national cultures and global structures of production and consumption. Its unique feature will be its generative interaction with the multi-institutional collaboration already existing in the AustLit Gateway (www.austlit.edu.au).
Grant type:
ARC Seed Funding for Research Networks
Researchers:
  • UQ Research Fellow
    School of Communication and Arts
    Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
    Reconciliation Action Coordinator
    Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Funded by:
Australian Research Council