Dr Liz Ellison Creative and Performing Arts / School of Education and the Arts
As per a system upgrade, some of my publications are listed under 'Publications'. An ongoing, up-to-date list is also at my website [http://lizellison.com.au]
Dr Liz Ellison is a senior lecturer in Creative Industries at CQUniversity, currently teaching in the postgraduate space (Noosa campus). She is the Academic Coordinator of the Creative Arts Research Training Academy (CARTA). Liz is on the steering committee for the Central Queensland Regional Arts Services Network (CQ RASN) and is also the Director of the CQUni Noosa Art Space.
Prior to this role, she worked as a lecturer in the Creative Industries Faculty at Queensland University of Technology. She has worked as a named investigator on an Office of Learning and Teaching grant (OLT) investigating postgraduate (coursework and higher degree research) courses nationally. She previously has completed research work on an OLT grant investigating higher degree research supervision in the creative arts, and an evaluation project of the Artslink Queensland Animating Spaces events. .
Liz's doctoral thesis explored representations of the Australian beach in literature and film and was awarded in 2013 from Queensland University of Technology. She has continued to publish in film and television studies, and literary studies.
Her research interests include:
- Australian beach studies
- Australian literature and popular fiction
- Australian media studies
- Evaluation of community arts
- Postgraduate higher education (including coursework and supervision)
Queensland University of Technology
JMC Academy (Brisbane)
Central Queensland University
Fisher, Deborah. (2015) There's a dinosaur in my armoire: A creative exploration of women's dress choice. Masters by Research by Creative Works, Queensland University of Technology. https://eprints.qut.edu.au/86534/
Klaebe, Helen, Ellison, Elizabeth, Gilpin, Cate, Kirk, Grace, & Webster, Kathleen (2016). Evaluation of Artslink Queensland’s Animating Spaces 2013 – 2015: Final Report. Artslink Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
Klaebe, Helen, Ellison, Elizabeth, & Kirk, Grace (2015). Spotlight on Animating Spaces: Evaluation of Artslink Queensland’s Animating Spaces 2013 & 2014. Artslink Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
Hamilton, Jillian, Thomas, Mandy, Carson, Susan, and Ellison, Elizabeth (2015). Good Practice Report: postgraduate research and coursework degrees. Project Report. Office of Learning and Teaching. http://www.olt.gov.au/project-good-practice-report-postgraduate-research-and-coursework-degrees-2013
Hamilton, Jillian, Carson, Susan, and Ellison, Elizabeth (2014). Building distributed leadership for effective supervision of creative practice higher research degrees. Project Report. Office of Learning and Teaching. http://www.olt.gov.au/project-building-distributed-leadership-effective-supervision-creative-practice-higher-research-degr
Hamilton, Jillian, Carson, Susan, and Ellison, Elizabeth (2014). 12 principles for effective supervision of creative practice higher research degrees. Booklet. Office of Learning and Teaching. www.supervisioncreativeartsphd.net
Ellison, E. (2018). The coastal memoir: an investigation of landscape in the nonfiction of Robert Drewe and Tim Winton. Axon: Creative Explorations, 8(2), 1-14. Retrieved from http://axonjournal.com.au/issue-15/coastal-memoir
Ellison, E. (2017). Facing death on the Australian beach: examining fear and transcendence. TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Programs, (special issue 45), 1-15. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue45/Ellison.pdf
Ellison, E. (2017). The #AustralianBeachspace Project: Examining opportunities for research dissemination using Instagram. M/C Journal, 20(4), 1-5. Retrieved from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/1251
Ellison, E. (2016). Badland beach: The Australian beach as a site of cultural remembering. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 12(1), 115-127. doi:10.1386/macp.12.1.115_1
Ellison, E., & Hawkes, L. (2016). Australian beachscape: The pluralilty of an iconic site. Borderlands e-Journal : New Spaces in the Humanities, 15(1), 1-20. Retrieved from http://www.borderlands.net.au/issues/vol15no1.html
Van Hemert, T., & Ellison, E. (2015). Queensland's film culture: The challenges of local film distribution and festival exhibition. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 9(1), 39-51. doi:10.1080/17503175.2014.1002269
Ellison, L. (2011). Flagging spaces: exploring representations of ownership on the Australian beach. Ejournalist : a Refereed Media Journal, 11(1), 14-28. Retrieved from http://ejournalist.com.au/public_html/v11n1/Ellison.pdf
Ellison, E., & Maxwell, M. (2017). #AustralianBeachspace: an Instagram exhibition by Elizabeth Ellison and Mark Maxwell (No. Of Pieces: 14) [Exhibition]. Noosa, Qld. Retrieved from http://www.cqunas.org/exhibition_25.html
Ellison, E. (2017). The Gritty Urban: the Australian beach as city periphery in cinema. In D. Forrest, G. Harper, & J. Rayner (Eds.), Filmurbia Screening the Suburbs (pp. 79-94). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-53175-9_6
Ellison, E. (2015). The Sapphires. In B. Goldsmith, M. D. Ryan, & G. Lealand (Eds.), Directory of World Cinema Australia and New Zealand 2 (pp. 91-93). Bristol, UK.: Intellect Ltd. Retrieved from https://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/books/view-Book,id=4951/
Ellison, L. (2014). On the beach: Exploring the complex egalitarianism of the Australian beach. In A. -M. Horatschek, Y. Rosenberg, & D. Schabler (Eds.), Navigating Cultural Spaces: Maritime Places (pp. 221-235). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi. Retrieved from http://www.brill.com/products/book/navigating-cultural-spaces-maritime-places
Hamilton, J., Carson, S., & Ellison, E. (2014). Building distributed leadership for effective supervision of creative practice higher research degrees: final report 2014. Sydney, NSW: Office for Learning & Teaching, Department of Education. Retrieved from http://www.olt.gov.au/
Hamilton, J., Carson, S. J., & Ellison, E. R. (2013). 12 principles for the effective supervision of creative practice higher research degrees. Sydney, NSW: Office for Learning and Teaching, Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education. Retrieved from http://supervisioncreativeartsphd.net/