Dr Chris Tiffin

Honorary Research Senior Fellow

School of Communication and Arts
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Overview

Dr Chris Tiffin’s research interests include theory of editing, humanities and computing, nineteenth century British literature (especially publishing history), and Australian literature.

Dr Tiffin holds an MA (Qld) and a PhD (Queen's) and is a senior lecturer in the EMSAH School.

He is the author of:

  • Rosa Praed: A Bibliography.
  • Articles on Australian and Pacific literatures, and bibliography

Dr Tiffin’s current research includes nineteenth-century colonialism, the design of electronic scholarly editions, and electronic textuality.

Qualifications

  • Master of Arts, The University of Queensland
  • BA(Hons), The University of Queensland
  • PhD, Queen's University

Publications

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Supervision

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Publications

Book Chapter

  • Tiffin, Chris (2010). Barbara Baynton Letters. In Follett, Roslyn (Ed.), Found in Fryer : Stories from the Fryer Library Collection (pp. 66-67) St Lucia: University of Queensland Library.

  • Tiffin, Chris (2010). Marked Copies of the Bulletin. In Follett, Roslyn (Ed.), Found in Fryer : Stories from the Fryer Library Collection (pp. 92-93) St Lucia: University of Queensland Library.

  • Tiffin, Chris (2010). Over the Sea. In Follett, Roslyn (Ed.), Found in Fryer : Stories from the Fryer Library Collection (pp. 58-59) St Lucia: University of Queensland Library.

  • Tiffin, Chris (2010). University ode. In Roslyn Follett (Ed.), Found in Fryer: Stories from the Fryer Library Collection (pp. 84-85) St Lucia, QLD, Australia: The University of Queensland Library.

  • Tiffin, Chris (2008). Benevolence, slavery, and the periodicals. In H. Gilbert and C. Tiffin (Ed.), Burden or Benefit? Imperial Benevolence and its Legacies (pp. 61-71) Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

  • Tiffin, Chris and Gilbert, Helen (2008). Introduction: What's Wrong with Benevolence?. In H. Gilbert and C. Tiffin (Ed.), Burden or Benefit? Imperial Benevolence and Its Legacies (pp. 1-12) Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

  • Tiffin, C. M. (2007). Five emus to the King of Siam: Acclimatization and colonialism. In H. Tiffin (Ed.), Five Emus to the King of Siam: Environment and Empire (pp. 165-176) Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Rodopi.

  • Berrie, Phill, Eggert, Paul, Tiffin, Chris and Barwell, Graham (2006). Authenticating electronic editions. In Lou Barnard, Katherine O'Brien OKeeffe and John Unsworth (Ed.), Electronic textual editing (pp. 269-276) New York, United States: The Modern Language Association of America.

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Tiffin, Chris (2004). Just a weekly compendium? The independence of The Queenslander. In: Paul Eggert and Elizabeth Webby, Script and Print. Proceedings of: Books and Empire: Textual Production, Distribution and Consumption in Colonial and Postcolonial Countries. Books and Empire: Textual Production, Distribution and Consumption in Colonial and Postcolonial Countries, Sydney, Australia, (172-183). 30 Jan-1 Feb 2003.

  • Barwell, G., Tiffin, C. M., Berrie, P. and Eggert, P. (2003). Authenticated electronic editions project: A progress report. In: C. Cole and H. Craig, Computing Arts 2001: Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities. Computing Arts 2001: Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities, Sydney, Australia, (114-122). 26-28 September 2001.

Edited Outputs

Other Outputs

Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

Current Supervision

Completed Supervision