Research Projects and Collaborations

  • Research Projects in AustLit

  • AustLit is a unique record of Australia's literary and storytelling history and culture. It has been developed to support scholarship, research, teaching and general enquiry.

    We welcome approaches from scholars and others to discuss ideas that might form new Research Projects or which make use of the AustLit infrastructure to organise, analyse and present research findings.

    Research projects supported by AustLit are designed to extend and share knowledge about Australia's cultural history by adding rich and diverse content streams while supporting scholarship in specific fields.

  • Explore the Research Projects

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      World War I in Australian Literary Culture

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      BlackWords

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      Trauma Texts

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      Popular Fiction Projects

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      Banned in Australia

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      Drama and Theatre Projects

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      Screen Projects

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      Projects on Children's and YA Lit.

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      Regional Literature and Writers

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      Projects on Belonging and Leaving

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      Print Culture Projects

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      Reading Projects

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      Bibliography: The Last in History?

  • Technical Collaborations and Research Tools

  • AustLit has been involved in a number of collaborative projects with the aim of exploring the efficacy of, and developing, a range of eResearch Tools. Find more out about these related projects here.

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