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: nicole moore
 Nicole Moore
Lecturer in English
Macquarie University


Publications
Books

Editor, scholarly edition of the novel Sugar Heaven, by Jean Devanny [1936]. Vulgar Press: Carlton, Vic., 2002.

Co-Editor with Richard Nile, Vision Splendid. University of Queensland Press and API Network. Journal of Australian Studies special issue No. 66, December 2000.

Book Chapters

“Mother is, like, history.” Chapter in Feminist Temporalities, eds. Brigitta Olubas and Elizabeth McMahon. Forthcoming, University of Western Australia Press, 2004.

Articles

“Remember Love and Struggle? Jean Devanny's Sugar Heaven and Australian Socialist Realism in 2003.” Australian Literary Studies, Forthcoming 2004.

“The Absolutely Incredible Obscenity of Letty Fox.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (JASAL) 2 (2003): 67-79.

“Dorothy Hewett: Twentieth Century Writer.” Commissioned Tribute Overland 169 (2002): 15-17.

“Obscene and Over Here: National Sex and the Love Me Sailor Obscenity Trial.” Australian Literary Studies 20.4 (2002): 316-329.

“Interrupting Maternal Citizenship: Birth control in mid-wave women's writing.” Australian Feminist Studies 17.38 (2002): 151-164.

“The Politics of Cliché: Reading Sex and Class in Australian Realism.” Modern Fiction Studies, Working Class Fiction special issue, 47.1 (2001): 69-91.

“'To be rid, to be rid of it …': Abortion and the Cosmopolitan Modern in Dymphna Cusack's Jungfrau.” Australian Studies (London, UK). 16.2 (2001): 59-81.

“A Monster of Indecision: Abortion, Choice and Commodity Culture in Christina Stead's The Beauties and Furies.” Southerly 61.2 (2001): 142-157.

“The Rational Natural: Conflicts of the Modern in Eleanor Dark.” Hecate Eleanor Dark special issue, 27.1 (2001): 19-31.

“'That Critical Juncture': Maternalism in Australian Feminist Anti-Colonial History.” The Vision Splendid, University of Queensland Press, Journal of Australian Studies 66, Dec. (2000): 95-102.

“Future Now.” Commissioned essay on the future of Australian literature. 60th Anniversary Issue, Southerly, 59.3 & 4 (1999): 27-36.
Ten Career Best Publications (In chronological order)
1. “Remember Love and Struggle? Jean Devanny's Sugar Heaven and Socialist Realism in Contemporary Australia.” Australian Literary Studies, Forthcoming May 2004.

2. “Mother is, like, history.” Chapter in Feminist Temporalities, eds. Brigitta Olubas and Elizabeth McMahon. Forthcoming, University of Western Australia Press, 2004.

3. Scholarly edition of the novel Sugar Heaven, by Jean Devanny [1936]. Vulgar Press: Carlton, Vic., 2002.

4. “Interrupting Maternal Citizenship: Birth control in mid-wave women's writing.” Australian Feminist Studies 17.38 (2002): 151-164.

5. “The Politics of Cliché: Reading Sex and Class in Australian Realism.” Modern Fiction Studies, Working Class Fiction special issue, 47.1 (2001): 69-91.

6. “A Monster of Indecision: Abortion, Choice and Commodity Culture in Christina Stead's The Beauties and Furies.” Southerly 61.2 (2001): 142-157.

7. “The Rational Natural: Conflicts of the Modern in Eleanor Dark.” Hecate Eleanor Dark special issue, 27.1 (2001): 19-31.

8. Special Issue of Journal of Australian Studies: Vision Splendid. Co-Editor with Richard Nile, University of Queensland Press and API Network. Special issue No. 66, December 2000.

9. “Jill-of-all-Trades: Dorothy Hewett talks to Nicole Moore.” Overland 153 (1998): 34-41. Interview. Republished Jacket magazine 9, October 1999. online http://www.jacket.zip.com.au/jacket09/hewett-iv-by-moore.html

10. “'Me Operation': Abortion and Class in Australian Women's Novels, 1920s –1950.” Hecate 22.1 (1996): 27-46.
Other Evidence of Impact and Contributions to the Field
Reviews Editor of Australian Humanities Review: Established in 1996, Australian Humanities Review is one of Australia's first and most respected scholarly electronic journals in the Humanities. Peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary and published quarterly, AHR is part funded by the Australia Council and receives approx. 9000 hits per week, 40% of which are international. Each issue publishes approx. 5 reviews from recognized scholars in a wide range of fields. Invitations to speak: In 2004 I have been invited to convene a panel on women's literary history for the New Directions in Women's History conference, held to honour the career of Professor Jill Roe, at Macquarie University in February. I have been invited to convene a panel on memory and sexuality for a German/Australian conference on Memory and Nation in Berlin in July 2004. I have also been asked to present a paper in a conference at Wollongong University on Sexual Revolutions in December of 2004. Conference Papers: In 2004 I will also convene a panel for the annual conference of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL) in Sydney. In 2003 I presented papers at two international conferences: the regional annual meeting of SHARP (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing) themed 'Books and Empire', and the large, interdisciplinary 'Sexuality after Foucault' conference held to inaugurate the Centre for the Study of Sexuality and Culture at the University of Manchester, which attracted papers from twenty countries. Since completing my PhD in 1997 I have delivered over twenty conference papers in Australia and internationally. Service to scholarship and the discipline: I am currently the NSW representative on the executive of ASAL and served as chair of the judging panel of ASAL's Walter McRae Russell award for the best work in Australian literary studies 2002-2003. I serve on the editorial boards of Hecate, Australian Women's Book Review, Politics and Culture and the postgraduate electronic journal Lines of Flight. I am a regular referee for Australian Literary Studies and the Journal of Australian Studies. Reviews: I have published numerous reviews and review essays considering scholarly work in Australian literary studies, Australian studies and gender studies, published in Australian Historical Studies, Australian Literary Studies, Australian Feminist Studies, Southern Review, Women's Writing (UK), Overland, Southerly and other journals.
Other aspects of career or research relevant to assessment
While I am no longer an early career researcher under the terms of the ARC, I hope to be seen as an emerging rather than a mid-career researcher. Carrying a high level teaching load for the three years immediately after finishing my PhD in late 1997, changing institutions twice, and taking up a new set of teaching responsibilities at Macquarie, I have gained a depth of experience designing many units across fields and in different contexts, and have been able to publish steadily and develop projects in new areas at the same time.
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Richard Nile and Nicole Moore, The Vision Splendid, St Lucia, UQP and API Network, 2000. [details]
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