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Julianne Schultz Julianne Schultz i(A18046 works by)
Born: Established: 1956
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New Zealand,
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Pacific Region,
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Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

'Julianne Schultzis the publisher and founding editor of Griffith Review and Professor of Media and Culture at the Griffith University Centre for Social and Cultural Research. She is a non-executive director of The Conversation and chairs its Editorial Advisory Board. She is an acclaimed author of several books, including Reviving the Fourth Estate (Cambridge, 1998) and Steel City Blues (Penguin, 1985), and the librettos to the award winning operas Black River and Going Into Shadows. She has served on the board of directors of the ABC, Grattan Institute and Copyright Agency, and chaired the Australian Film TV and Radio School, Queensland Design Council and National Cultural Policy Reference Group. She became a Member of the Order of Australia for services to journalism and the community in 2009.' (Humanities Australia #10, 2019)

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2010 recipient Australian Academy of the Humanities Honorary Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities
2009 Order of Australia Member of the Order of Australia (AM) For service to the community as a journalist, writer, editor and academic, to fostering debate on issues affecting society, and to professional ethics and accountability.

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Griffith Review 2003- Nathan : Griffith University ABC Books , Z1083691 2003- periodical (66 issues) 'Each issue will develop an important topical theme with writing from a range of genres and perspectives that will provide a unique literary conversation. Griffith Review aims to build a bridge between journalism, academic and literary writing in Australia.' (From: http://www58.gu.edu.au:4500/grifrev/index.php sighted 22/11/2003)
2019 recipient The Copyright Agency Cultural Fund Journals $30,000 for its Reportage Pilot Program
2016 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships Literature Board Grants Literature Four Year Funding - Organisations $400,000.00
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