Discover biographical, bibliographical, and critical information about Australian writers, writing, and publishing.
Discover current debates, teaching, and research patterns around Australian literary, print, and narrative cultures.
Discover the lives and works of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers and storytellers.
Discover the history of Australian performance works.
Discover the diversity of Australian writing for younger readers and a rich collection of teaching resources.
World War I in Australian Literary Culture presents the many ways the 1914-1918 war has appeared in literature, film, and other narrative forms from the beginning of the conflict to the present. Explore the many trails and online exhibitions.
Actors are the public face of the performing arts, carrying the immediate responsibility for the success of each show. Yet they are sometimes left out of theatre history. This collection of lively biographical essays by Anne Pender explores the lives and careers of some inimitable Australian performers including John Clarke, Julia Blake, Denise Scott, and Tony Sheldon.
Curated by renowned artist, Fiona Foley, this challenging exhibition installed in and around The University of Queensland’s Great Court recalibrated our understanding of knowledge in a sandstone university. Explore this rich collection of artworks, essays, videos and teaching resources that reshapes and challenges received Australian history.