Enter Cordite Scholarly

By | 10 September 2012

Cordite Scholarly is a new section of Cordite Poetry Review devoted to peer-reviewed research on Australian and international poetry and poetics. Essays published in Cordite Scholarly are reviewed by at least two members of Cordite’s Academic Advisory Board (or see below) and are also eligible for Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (DIISR) points.

Essays published in Cordite Scholarly will be available in both HTML and PDF versions. The author retains copyright of their material.

Research should not exceed 6000 words, must not be previously published, nor should they be submitted for publication elsewhere while being reviewed by the Cordite Academic Advisory Board or any external reader.

All essays submitted for consideration in Cordite Scholarly must comply with Cordite’s styling and rights requirements. Read the full submission guidelines for Cordite Scholarly and our House Style Guide. Published research will be unpaid. There are no submission fees.

Please note that Cordite will continue to solicit, accept and commission other types of work – including poetry, other creative works, features, book reviews, interviews and chapbooks – that do not require peer review.

If you are unsure as to whether your research essay requires the peer-review process, please send us an inquiry using our contact form.

Cordite Academic Advisory Board

Dr. Hilary Clark – University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Professor, College of Arts and Sciences

Research interests: critical theory, women’s writing, life writing, literary modernism, encyclopedic discourse, contemporary poetics and poetry, especially Canadian and American.

Dr. Dan Disney – Sogang University, South Korea
Assistant Professor, Department of English

Research interests: poetics (antiquity to contemporary theories); the aesthetic avant-garde; the theoretical avant-garde; Australian and contemporary English-language poetries.

Dr. Christopher Funkhouser – New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Program Director, Communication and Media

Research interests: contemporary poetry, digital literature, electronic media, computer writing, digital literature and technology and society.

Prof. Paul Giles – University of Sydney, Australia
Challis Chair of English, Department of English

Research interests: American literature and culture, theory and practice of trans-nationalism.

Dr. Perri Giovannucci – American University in Dubai, UAE
Associate Professor, Department of English

Research interests: globalization, cultural studies, anti-colonialism and post-colonialism, historiography and historical materialism, psychoanalytic theory, feminism, issues of human rights and social justice.

Dr. John Hawke – Monash University, Australia
Senior Lecturer, School of English, Communications and Performance Studies

Research interests: Modernism and Australian poetry, ethnographic sources of Modernism, modern and contemporary literature and poetics.

Jill Jones – University of Adelaide, Australia
Senior Lecturer, Department of English

Research interests: Arts and culture, poetry, creative writing, Australian literature, publishing, digital writing.

Dr. Danijela Kambaskovic-Sawers – University of Western Australia, Australia
Assistant Professor, English and Cultural Studies

Research interests: medieval and Renaissance studies, Renaissance lyrical poetry and drama, Shakespeare, semiology, religion and Reformation, history of ideas, literary theory, genre history, philosophy in literature, feminist criticism, Australian literature

Prof. Christopher Kelen – University of Macau, Macau
Associate Professor, English Department

Research interests: place-based poetics, poetry translation and pedagogy, collaborative writing and art practice, community publishing, comparative studies of anthems, nation and nationalism, anthropomorphism in children’s literature, storytelling and lifewriting.

Dr. Helen Lambert – Unaffiliated, Oxford, UK

Research interests: Australian literature, experimental literature, representations of humanity and animality, literature and place/identity, translation and adaptation of classical myth in literature.

Dr. Kate Lilley – University of Sydney, Australia
Senior Lecturer, Department of English

Research interests: gender and genre, American and African-American poetry, seventeenth-century literature, women’s writing, elegy, feminist theory, queer theory and rhetoric.

Dr. Paul Magee – University of Canberra, Australia
Associate Professor in Poetry, Faculty of Arts and Design

Research interests: between aesthetics and epistemology. They include poetry, its criticism, and psychoanalytic and Marxian thought.

Dr. Philip Mead – University of Western Australia, Australia
Chair of Australian Literature, English & Cultural Studies

Research interests: Australian literary and cultural history, Anglophone poetry and poetics, trans-national poetics, Shakespearean institutions in Australia, literary education, digital humanities.

Dr. Peter Minter – University of Sydney, Australia

Research interests: Aboriginal literature, poetry and poetics; Australian literature, poetry and poetics; transcultural ecopoetics and ecocriticism; modern literary cultures and aesthetics.

Dr. Nathanael O’Reilly – Texas Christian University, USA
Instructor, Department of English

Research interests: Australian literature, post-colonial literature, twentieth-century British and Irish literature, contemporary poetry, suburbia, expatriation, diaspora, nationalism, belonging.

Dr. Felicity Plunkett – University of Queensland Press, Australia
Poetry Editor

Research interests: Australian literature, film and poetry.

Chris Price – Victoria University, New Zealand
Senior Lecturer, International Institute of Modern Letters

Research interests: Contemporary New Zealand poetry, fiction/non-fiction hybridity, life writing, science and technology literature.

Prof. Lisa Samuels – University of Auckland, New Zealand
Associate Professor, Department of English

Research interests: Poetry and poetics, critical practice, literary modernism, digital arts theory, experimental and trans-cultural writing.

Dr. Susan Schultz – University of Hawaii, USA
Professor, Department of English

Research interests: 20th-century poetry in English, American literature, creative writing.

Dr. Andrew Taylor – Edith Cowan University, Australia
Emeritus Professor, School of Communications and Arts

Research interests: Australian and American literature, poetry, landscape and language, eco-criticism, translation, visual arts, science.

Dr. Ann Vickery – Deakin University, Australia
Senior Lecturer, School of Communication & Creative Arts

Research interests: poetry and poetics, modernism, Australian literature, feminist literary studies, theories of literary formation (collaboration, coterie, community and network), literary archives, mid to late nineteenth and twentieth-century women’s writing and cross-disciplinary creative partnerships.

Ania Walwicz – Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
Lecturer in Poetry, Short Story and Myths, Professional Writing and Editing Program

Research interests: prose/poetry performance text, spoken word and sound recordings, visual art.

Dr. Timothy Yu – University of Wisconsin, USA
Associate Professor, English and Asian American Studies

Research interests: modern and contemporary American literature, contemporary poetry, Asian American literature and culture, the avant-garde, race in American literature and diaspora.

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