contents
 introduction
 scope
 activities
 capacities
 infrastructure
 & benefits
 participants
    dennis altman
    michelle arrow
    paul arthur
    carol bacchi
    ros bandt
    larissa behrendt
    mary besemeres
    richard broome
    chilla bulbeck
    anthony burke
    david carment
    david carter
    jock collins
    liz conor
    greg craven
    martin crotty
    denis cryle
    ann curthoys
    kate darian-smith
    lynette finch
    rae frances
    lucy frost
    stephen garton     heather goodall
    anna haebich
    dennis haskell
    anthony hassall
    jeannie herbert
    jenny hocking
    alison holland
    elizabeth jacka
    bruce johnson
    carol johnson
    mary kalantzis
    marilyn lake
    kateryna longley
    andrew mccann
    chris mcconville
    russell mcdougall
    philip mead
    clive moore
    nicole moore
    stephen muecke
    ffion murphy
    john murphy
    martin nakata
    garth nettheim
    karl neuenfeldt
    christine nicholls
    richard nile
    marguerite nolan
    wenche ommundsen
    darlene oxenham
    maureen perkins
    emily potter
    jan ryan
    kay saunders
    sean scalmer
    bruce scates
    kay schaffer
    joanne scott
    graham seal
    june senyard
    sue sheridan
    judith smart
    tom stannage
    daniela stehlik
    jenny strauss
    sian supski
    hsu-ming teo
    graham tulloch
    james walter
    richard waterhouse
    elizabeth webby
    gus worby
    clare wright

 participants: bruce johnson
 Bruce Johnson
Professor of English
University of New South Wales


Research Projects
A number of academic and extra-academic projects were funded as follows:

1999

* Purpose: to develop the Australian Jazz Archives; Source: National Screen and Sound Archive; Amount: $30,000

* Purpose: to maintain the Jazz Co-ordination Association of NSW; Source: Australia Council; Amount: $50,000

* Purpose: to maintain the Jazz Co-ordination Association of NSW Source: NSW Ministry for the Arts; Amount: $32,000



2000

* Purpose: Conference Travel, Jyväskylä (Finland) and Guildford (England); Source: From Faculty of Arts, UNSW; Amount: $2711

* Purpose: * With Dr Shane Homan at the University of Western Sydney, to conduct research into the impact of gaming legislation on live performance venues. The report was submitted to the funding bodies in July 2002, and was released in May 2003; Source: NSW Ministry for the Arts and the Australia Council; Amount: $10,300

* Purpose: to maintain the Jazz Co-ordination Association of NSW; Source: Australia Council; Amount: $50,000

* Purpose: to maintain the Jazz Co-ordination Association of NSW; Source: NSW Ministry for the Arts; Amount: $32,000

* Purpose: to develop the Australian Jazz Archives; Source: National Screen and Sound Archive; Amount: $30,000

2001

* Purpose: Conference Travel, Guildford (England) and Turku (Finland); Source: Faculty of Arts, UNSW; Amount: $3413

* Purpose: to develop the Australian Jazz Archives; Source: ScreenSound Australia; Amount: $30,000

2002

* Purpose: to develop the Australian Jazz Archives; Source: ScreenSound Australia; Amount: $30,000

2003

* Purpose: conference travel to Montreal, Canada; Source: Faculty of Arts, UNSW; Amount: $3267

* Purpose: to develop the Australian Jazz Archives; Source: ScreenSound Australia; Amount: $30,000

Current Research Projects
* As of May 2003 I have been invited, as a scholar of international eminence, to serve on the International Advisory Committee of a research project based in Finland, on the phenomenon of 'celebrity' in the modern era. The research team, consisting of four scholars, is based in the Department of Cultural History, University of Turku, and is applying for funding from the Finnish Academy.

Academic Fellowships since appointment to present position last 5 years, Australian reference:

* Research Fellowship, Department of Cultural Studies, University of Joensuu, Finland, May/June 1999.

- The international jazz diaspora, for the Cambridge Companion to Jazz

- The cultural construction of 'community'

* Visiting Professor, Department of Music, University of Liverpool, October to December 2002; primarily research, with some teaching and research supervision activity

Participation in public research and development activity:

* NSW Ministry for the Arts

Three terms serving as Member of the Arts Advisory Board, NSW Ministry for the Arts, 1996, 1997, 1998. This involved assessing many hundreds of funding applications and producing policy proposals for the Ministry. Related to this are several special projects, such as Ad Hoc advisory committees, and submissions on aspects of music legislation and regulation.

* Jazz Co-ordination Association

I served as President, 1989-2001. This body is funded by the NSW and commonwealth governments (see 'Grants'), to co-ordinate and develop jazz policy at both state and national level. As such it was the peak organisation for jazz in Australia, the success of which was reflected in the fact that it was the explicit model for more recent arts infrastructural bodies, most notably Music NSW, which services therock/pop sector. Apart from responsibility for deployment of the funding, as Chair I was involved in conducting research into the industry, lobbying the media, sponsoring a range of individual and collective music projects such as concerts, tours, festivals, and the journal Jazzchord. It required the establishment of audience development mechanisms, venues, and negotiation with other stakeholders in Australia's arts culture.

* Australian Jazz Archive

In 1993 I opened discussions with the commonwealth government on the need to establish a national jazz archive, as a public research facility that would also play a pro-active role in the production of archival resources such as print and sound publications. Lengthy negotiations led to talks in 1996 with the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) (now Screensound Australia, SSA). These culminated in the establishment of the Australian Jazz Archive, which is developing in collaboration with the national jazz community. I mobilised the latter - a difficult task in a notoriously fractious community. This involved generating meetings around Australia, devising an administrative structure for which no model existed, and drafting the terms of agreement between NFSA/SSA and the jazz community. The partnership is sustained through a representative body called the Australian Jazz Archive National Council (AJANC), of which I am Chair. AJANC is serviced through regional bodies in six states/territories; it conducts continuing discussions and an annual Forum of its representatives, in which progress is monitored and strategic development planned. This is an unprecedented partnership, which NFSA/SSA see as a prototype for future genre-specific projects.
Significant Contributions to this research
Continuing

1. The Encyclopaedia of Popular Music of the World

A continuing research commission in an eight volume publishing project. I am involved both as contributor and research coordinator/editor. Two volumes have been published, with the remainder to appear over the next few years. See 'Collaborative Research', above.

2. Documentary sound recording project

Under commission from ScreenSound Australia, I am researching a series of recordings documenting the history of Australian jazz since the 1940s. I plan to complete the current project by the end of 2003. This work will result in the production of a 2-CD recording with accompanying historical monograph. See under 'Collaborative Research' above.

3. The use of sound as a tool of oppression

This is a collaborative project with Dr Martin Cloonan of the University of Glasgow. We are studying the history of the use of sound, and music in particular as a tool of oppression, including Australian case studies.

New

1. Australian film music since the 1990s

In collaboration with Gaye Poole, also of UNSW, I am commissioned to research the relationship between music/sound and the representation of sexuality in Australian films since 1990. Completion, by early 2004, will produce a chapter in a collection of essays.

2. Acoustic models for the study of literary history in the modern era

This is my major project for the coming decade, drawing together and developing a number of established approaches and insights of cultural theory, including the precept that culture involves the construction of meanings, participated in by the groups which constitute it. This project, however, goes beyond those established parameters and draws upon the emerging discipline known as acoustic ecology using models pioneered largely in the Nordic sector (Järviluoma) and Canada (J. Murray Schafer). As a point of convergence of literary and acoustic studies, it is a revisionist approach to post-medieval English literary history through an emerging and innovative model of cultural analysis. It will provide a blueprint for a planned succession of close studies of particular literary periods, genres, schools and authors (see 'Research Field 1998-2003' above). The project vindicates and applies my transdisciplinary research record, not simply in terms of cultural studies, but in relation to literary studies in particular, reconfiguring our way of understanding the connections between literature, culture and history. This research includes an Australian component.

Refereed Publications in the past five years (*relates to the present proposal)
Books - authored and co-edited

Johnson, B. (2000) The Inaudible Music: Jazz, Gender and Australian Modernity (Sydney, Currency Press) (Book and CD).

Co-edited Conference Proceedings

With Tony Mitchell and Peter Doyle, (2000), Changing Sounds: New Directions and Configurations in Popular Music. International Association For Popular Music 1999 10th International Conference Proceedings (Sydney, University of Technology Sydney,) 30% contribution.

Book Chapters or entries

Johnson, B. (2003). "Naturalising the Exotic: The Australian Jazz Convention", in E. Taylor Atkins (ed), Jazz Planet (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi), 151-168. Johnson, B (2003). Four entries/essays "Jazz" (374-382 - with John Whiteoak; 50 % contribution); Jazz Clubs (384); "Traditional Jazz" (668-669); Jazz Festivals (276); in The Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia ed. John Whiteoak and Aline Scott-Maxwell (Sydney: Currency House Inc) 12 pages.

Johnson, B. (2003). Two entries/essays with Australian reference: "Mouth Organ Bands" (47-8); "Rehearsal" (154-157); in John Shepherd et al. (eds), Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Vol. 2 Performance and Production (London & New York, Continuum Press) 5 pages

Johnson, B. (2003). Four entries/essays with Australian reference: "Festival Records" (720-1); "Mushroom Records" (743); "Swaggie Records" (761-762), and, 33% contribution to, with Horn and Oliver, "Migration and Diffusion" (269-275), in John Shepherd et al (eds), Continuum Encyclopaedia of Popular Music of the World, Vol 1, Media, Industry and Society (London and New York, Continuum Press). 9 pages

Johnson, B (2002), "The Jazz Diaspora", in Mervyn Cooke and David Horn (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Jazz (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press), pp. 33-54

Johnson, B. (2000), 'Stealing the Story', in Bronwen Levy and Ffion Murphy (eds), Story/Telling (Queensland, University of Queensland Press), pp. 23-38

Johnson, B. (1999), "Jazz in Australia", in Australia: Exploring the Musical Landscape, ed Caitlin Rowley (Australian Music Centre, The Rocks, NSW), pp. 36-42.

Refereed Published Conference papers

"Paying the Piper: Researching Gambling and Popular Music Venues", in Musical In-between-ness: the proceedings of the 8th IASPM [International Association for the Study of Popular Music] Australia-New Zealand Conference, Sydney, 2001. pp. 5-11

'The Beatles in Australia', Beatlestudies 3: Proceedings of the Beatles 2000 Conference, ed. Heinonen, Heuger, Whiteley (University of Jyväskylä, Department of Music: Research Reports 23, 2001), Refereed. pp. 69-78.

Refereed academic journals

'Two Paulines, Two Nations: An Australian case study in the intersection of popular music and politics' Popular Music and Society Vol 26, No 1, 2003 (Routledge), pp. 53-72.

With Martin Cloonan, 'Killing me softly with his song: an initial investigation into the use of popular music as a tool of oppression', in Popular Music (2002) 21/1, pp. 27-39. 50% contribution to authorship.

'From Gallipoli to Gundagai', in War and Other Catastrophes, ed Richard Nile, Special Issue of Journal of Australian Studies, 60 (Australian Studies Centre, University of Queensland Press, Queensland 1999) pp. 66-72.

Ten Career-best publications (*relates to present project application)

Books

Johnson, B. (1987) The Oxford Companion to Australian Jazz, Melbourne, (Oxford University Press) Nominated "Outstanding Academic Book. 1988-89" by the academic review Choice

Johnson, B. (2000) The Inaudible Music: Jazz, Gender and Australian Modernity, (Sydney, Currency Press) (Book and CD)

Book Chapters

Johnson, B. (1994) "Klactovesedstene: Music, Soundscape and Me", Soundscapes: Essays on Vroom and Moo, ed. H. Järviluoma, trans. ed. B. Johnson (Department of Folk Tradition/Institute of Rhythm Music, Finland), pp.39-47.

Johnson, B, and Gaye Poole (1998), "Sound and Author/Auteurship: Music in the Films of Peter Weir", in Screen Scores: Studies in Contemporary Australian Film Music, ed Rebecca Coyle (AFTRS Publications with Allen and Unwin, Sydney), pp. 124-140.

Johnson, B (2002), "The Jazz Diaspora", in Mervyn Cooke and David Horn (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Jazz (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press), 33-54

Johnson, B. (2003). "Naturalising the Exotic: The Australian Jazz Convention", in E. Taylor Atkins (ed), Jazz Planet (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi), 151-168

Articles

"Jazz and the cultural politics of Australian music", Context, 10 (Summer 1995), pp.11-26. ISSN 1038-4006

"Doctored Jazz: Early Australian Jazz Journals", Perfect Beat: the pacific journal of research into contemporary music and popular culture, 3/4 (January 1998), pp 26-37. ISSN 1038-2909

1999. 'From Gallipoli to Gundagai', in War and Other Catastrophes, ed Richard Nile, Special Issue of Journal of Australian Studies, 60 (Australian Studies Centre, University of Queensland Press, Queensland) pp. 66-72

'Two Paulines, Two Nations: An Australian case study in the intersection of popular music and politics' Popular Music and Society Vol 26, No 1, 2003 (Routledge), pp. 53-72. ISSN 0300-7766

Other Evidence of Impact and Contributions to the Field

Evidence of recognition in research - summary

I have produced work that has had major impact in both the scholarly and public spheres. In particular my work on Australian music has provided the most detailed understanding of every phase of the production/consumption cycle of this expressive form and its position within the dynamic of Australian society. Recognition of this work includes citations in overview studies of Australian scholarship. The latter are summarised most recently in the major reference work, Currency Companion to Music and Dance in Australia (Sydney, Currency House Inc, 2003), in which four different scholars of eminence recognise a range of my contributions to studies of improvisation (324, 579), jazz (580), music and feminist theory (272) music and technology (297), music as socio-cultural practice (581)

This research generates analytical models of cultural production that can then be translated to other forms: literary, pictorial, audio-visual, as well as into arts policy development. This is evident in:

* A quantitative increase in research-based output,

* An increase in conceptual range, evident in terms of historical and geographical scope, and in the range of cultural practices and theoretical models engaged.

* The number and range of commissions and invitations, and their international spread, indicate that this enhanced expertise is validated by international recognition academically and in public and professional spheres.

Research Projects: last decade:



i) Leader of Project or sole researcher

Current and continuing

* Research into the history of Australian jazz and popular music, servicing numerous and continuing publications (see 'Publications'). Further outcomes of this research are appearing in such books as Companion to Australian Music and Dance (Currency), the Encyclopaedia of Popular Music of the World. The research also produces sound recordings that document the history of Australian music, including a series which I am producing for ScreenSound Australia. I am currently preparing the third, a two-CD set and monograph covering the output of an Adelaide based record label in the 1940s called Memphis. This work has expanded into broader issues in Australian and international cultural studies, including music in general, politics, literature and painting. To exemplify: the current Memphis project involves the work of Dave Dallwitz, who was both a musician and the founder of the South Australian branch of the Contemporary Art Society, with links to the radical literary journal Angry Penguins.

* I am Advisory Editor on Australia and Oceania for the Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World (EPMOW). EPMOW is an eight volume, 4.5 million word project, being conducted through operational centres in England and Canada. As Advisory Editor of its Australian and Oceanic (SE Asia and the Pacific) component I developed a taxonomy, identifying over fifty cultural and geographical categories of investigation, and assembled a team of over a dozen scholars from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific to prepare material for each category.

ii) Co-researcher

2000-2002 - completed

* With Dr Shane Homan at the University of Western Sydney. Funded through grants ($10,300) from the State and Commonwealth Governments (through the NSW Ministry for the Arts and the Australia Council respectively), to conduct research into the impact of gaming legislation on live performance venues. The report was submitted to the funding bodies in July 2002, and was released in May 2003.

2002 - completed

* Acting as translation editor for a book published by Sage on methods of qualitative analysis in ethnography, authored by Prof Pirkko Moisala and Dr Helmi Järviluoma, Departments of Musicology at the Åbo Academy and the University of Turku, Turku, Finland.

2001-2 - completed

* With Prof Paul Oliver (Oxford University) and David Horn (Liverpool University), on the history of musical migration, for Encyclopaedia of Popular Music of the World. The first published essay appeared in 2003 in Volume 1

In progress:

* Encyclopaedia of Popular Music of the World (see above)

* With Dr Martin Cloonan, University of Glasgow, on the use of music as a tool of punishment and aggression, both in social practice (as in the use of music to exacerbate torture during the wars in the former Jugoslavia) and in the representation of music in scenarios of violence, as in painting (eg Bosch), literature (eg William Gibson) and film (eg Reservoir Dogs). We have presented an 'interim' report as a co-presented conference paper at the University of Surrey, UK, in July 2000; this has been developed into an article in the academic journal Popular Music, and we are expanding the research for a book.

Major Contributor:

* 1997 - Completed: Advisory Editor on jazz content, Oxford Companion to Australian Music I advised on appropriate areas for representation and provided substantial contributions within my own particular areas of expertise. These (162) amounted to the biggest single contribution outside that of the Editor.

* 1998 - continuing: The Australian Jazz Archive.

A collaboration with the Government body, ScreenSound Australia. I initiated this Archive, the purpose of which is to generate a public repository that will encourage research and publications on Australian jazz.

External examiner of doctoral dissertations - Australian reference

* Shane Homan, 1995, Regulatory mechanisms covering popular music performance in Sydney, post-1950s; Macquarie University.

* Rebecca Coyle, 2002, Scoring Australia, Macquarie University, NSW. A study of the film music in three Australian films: Young Einstein, Strictly Ballroom, and Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.

International Postgraduate Research Co-ordination

* Research in Rock Conference, Copenhagen March 1997

This was a week long research 'Retreat', the culmination of a three year project funded through the University of Aarhus, Denmark for 23 doctoral researchers in rock and popular music from Nordic and Scandinavian countries. I was the only Australian in a group of 8 international scholars (from England, Denmark, Iceland, Germany) funded to attend as advisors and facilitators.

* Research Workshop: Department of Folk Tradition, University of Tampere, Finland, 19/1/99

* Research Workshop: The Finnish Ethno-Musicological Society, at the Cultural Field Station, Virrät, 22-23/3/97

* Research Workshop: Department of Folk Tradition, University of Tampere, 19/3/97

* Research Symposium: January 20-24 1999, The Congress of the Music and Gender Study Group of the International Council for Traditional Music, "Gendered Images of Music and Musicians", Järvenpää, Finland.

* Doctoral Disputation Opponent: I have twice been appointed as Opponent in a Doctoral Disputation at the University of Turku in Finland. This is considerable honour, recognising a high level of eminence, particularly given that to extend the invitation to someone in Australia is an expensive undertaking for the host university.

External supervisor:

* Kerry McConnell, 1994-1995, Patterns of jazz production and institutional support policies in Sydney; Macquarie University

Conference papers, guest lectures, workshops: last five years: summary

* The list indicates the breadth of coverage in terms of place, period, and range of cultural forms and practices.

* Apart from public lectures they indicate international recognition of broad interdisciplinary skills, with presentations in Departments including English, Cultural Research, Cultural History, Folk Tradition, and Musicology, in the Universities of Edinburgh, Exeter, Durham, London, Liverpool, Glasgow (United Kingdom); Czestochowa, Lodz (Poland), Helsinki, Turku, Tampere, Joensuu (Finland); Aarhus (Denmark);

* As in the case of commissioned publications, all of the lectures and workshops listed are by invitation, and many by host-subsidised international invitation.

Lectures/Workshops:

* As 'Distinguished Visiting Fellow', presented the Gerald Abrahams Memorial Lecture, University of Liverpool, 2002

* "Gender and Modernism in Australian: Literature and Painting between the Wars" Department of English, University of Lodz, Poland, 18/12/01

* "Popular culture in Australia and the USA", Wyzsa Szkola Lingwistycza, Czestochowa, Poland, 13/12/01

* "Cultural Studies, Semiotics and Ethnography", Dept of Commonwealth and British Studies, University of £odz, Poland 12/12/01

* "A Tale of Two Cultures: Australia and the US", Department of American Studies and Mass Media, University of £odz, Poland, 10/12/01

* "Two Nations, Two Paulines", to the Institute of Popular Music, University of Liverpool, 27 June 2001

* "Sexing and Hoaxing - Modernism in Australia", Department of Adult and Continuing Education, and the Department of Theatre, Film and TV Studies, University of Glasgow, 21 June 2001

* '"Glocalisation" in Popular Music'; Department of Folk Tradition, University of Tampere, Finland, 19/1/99

* 'Cultural Identity and Music in Contemporary Australia', Department of Musicology, University of Turku, 13/1/99.

Conference Papers:

I list only invited/keynote presentations with Australian reference. In general, where I have listed a published conference paper under 'Publications' I have not listed it again here, except in the case of Invited Presentations, where the point is that the invitation is evidence of recognition over and above the fact of publication.

* Invited Keynote Speaker and Performer, The South Pacific International Jazz Conference, Hamilton Island Queensland, September 2003.

* Invited Speaker and Performer, The Glenelg Arts Festival, Adelaide, October 2003.

* Invited Opening Plenary Keynote Speaker: "The Place of Ethnography in Popular Music Studies", The 11th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music, 'Looking Back, Looking Forward: Popular Music Studies 20 Years Later', Turku, Finland, July 6 to 10, 2001.

* Invited speaker: "Archiving Popular Music", 'Researching Popular Music' conference, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, June 29-July 1 2001.

* Invited speaker: The Woodford Forum, at the 1999-2000 International Woodford Folk Festival, Woodford, Queensland, 27 December 1999 to 1 January 2000.

* Invited speaker: "Australian Popular Music, from white settlement to rock". The 10th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music: 'Changing Sounds – New Directions and Configurations in Popular Music', 9-13 July, 1999, Sydney.

* Invited Speaker: " 'Shameful and Unmanly': Gender, Technology and the Voice of Modernity". The January 20-24, 1999 Congress of the Music and Gender Study Group of the International Council for Traditional Music, "Gendered Images of Music and Musicians", Järvenpää, Finland.

Scheduled:

* Invited Speaker/Panellist, 2004 Symposium of the International Musicological Society, Melbourne, July 2004

* Invited Speaker, 2004 Symposium, Curtin University of Technology, Modernism and the Modernisation of Australian Life 1900-2000, September 2004
Research Supervisions
Australian reference:

Recent external postgraduate supervision, see above.

Recent PhD supervision at UNSW:

* Ian Collinson: The limits of textual theory, and the possibilities of literary ethnography. Completed 2003. All Examiners' Reports recommend award of PhD and publication.

* Jenny Noble: The figure of the Matriarch in the novels of Prichard and Dark - to submit this session

* Ben Peek: Creative Writing project on Sydney (temporarily supervising for a colleague on leave)

Teaching Programs
Courses or modules taught with Australian reference over the last five years:

Australian Popular Music in the Twentieth Century

Arts 3000 Censorship and Responsibility

Popular Music, Popular Culture

Australia in the Twentieth Century

The Twentieth Century: Modernism and Modernity

The Twentieth Century: Postmodernism and Postmodernity

Australian Popular Music in the Twentieth Century -

Courses or modules taught outside UNSW, with Australian reference over the last five years

In December 1998, I presented a five lecture course unit, 'Global and Local Identity in Popular Music' in the Department of Cultural History, University of Turku.

In December 1999, as Visiting Fellow, Department of Cultural Research, University of Joensuu, Finland, I presented a module on Local Identity in the Era of Mass Mediations

In October/November 2002 I taught two modules at the Institute of Popular Music, University of Liverpool: Music and Local Identity, and Sound Studies.

Cross-institutional and international activity, in addition to items under other headings, above.
Other Evidence of Impact and Contributions to the Field
* Current: Member of Editorial Board, and Referee, of the Pacific/Oceanic scholarly journal Perfect Beat: The Pacific Journal of Research into Contemporary Music and Popular Culture

* Current: Member of Editorial Board, and Referee, of the US based scholarly journal Popular Music and Society (Routledge)

* Current: Member of the International Editorial Board of the scholarly journal Popular Music (Oxford University Press)
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