From the Filmhouse with Stephanie and Kirstin: Reviewing Mary Shelley (2018)

July 11, 2018

Mary Shelley's life was just made for the screen. Or was it? This week, Stephanie heads off to the movies with Dr Kirstin Mills to see the new Mary Shelley film, and they give their verdict.

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How do you solve a problem like Junot Diaz?

July 4, 2018

Just as our Contemporary Literature students were reading Junot Diaz, allegations of sexual harassment against the author emerged at the Sydney Writers Festival. Stephanie talked to three students from the class - Joanna Catsanos, Juliette Kaado and Jasmine Joyan - to discuss their reactions to the revelations. 

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Bonus Episode: Jasper Fforde’s The Eyre Affair with Alison Key

July 4, 2018

English Department student Alison Key reviews Jasper Fforde's The Eyre Affair in this creative podcast produced as an assessment task for the unit ENGL303 Narrative and the Novel.

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Bonus Episode: George Saunders’s Lincoln in the Bardo with Tiana Visnjic

July 4, 2018

English Department student Tiana Visnjic reviews George Saunders's Lincoln in the Bardo in this creative podcast produced as an assessment task for the unit ENGL303 Narrative and the Novel.

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Bonus Episode - IASPR Interview with Jodi McAlister

June 29, 2018

Stephanie interviews Dr Jodi McAlister, Lecturer at Deakin University and graduate of Macquarie University, at the 2018 IASPR Conference. They talk about her research on The Bachelor, romance novels, and more. 

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Bonus Episode - Interview with IASPR Keynote Speakers

June 29, 2018

Stephanie interviews Associate Professor Kim Wilkins, Associate Professor Lisa Fletcher and Dr Beth Driscoll, who are the keynote speakers for the IASPR's (International Association for the Study of Popular Romance) seventh international conference on Popular Romance Studies.

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From Raptus to Porn: Celebrating 675 Years of Geoffrey Chaucer

June 27, 2018

Chaucer is often called the Father of English Literature, but what do you really know about this? This week, Stephanie is joined by Professor Louise d'Arcens to discuss Chaucer's life, work, the Cecily Champagne case, and oddly enough, Chaucerian porn.

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Bonus Episode: Hanya Yanagihara’s The People in the Trees with Jeremy Nigro

June 26, 2018

English Department student Jeremy Nigro reviews Hanya Yanagihara's novel The People in the Trees in this creative podcast produced as an assessment task for the unit ENGL303 Narrative and the Novel.

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Bonus Episode: Margaret Atwood’s The Edible Woman with Rebecca McMartin

June 20, 2018

English Department student Rebecca McMartin reviews Margaret Atwood's novel The Edible Woman in this creative podcast produced as an assessment task for the unit ENGL303 Narrative and the Novel

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Bonus Episode: Jane Austen’s Emma with Alice Kouzmenko

June 20, 2018

English Department student Alice Kouzmenko reviews Jane Austen's novel Emma in this creative podcast produced as an assessment task for the unit ENGL303 Narrative and the Novel.

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