Seeing Culture, Seeing Schapelle: Schapelle Corby as (Inter)National Visual Event
This paper explores the the Schapelle Corby drug case in Indonesia as both a local and global visual event.
||Visual Culture, Terror, Representation, National Identity
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 6, pp.73-80.
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Anthony lectures in the Department of Critical and Cultural Studies at Macquarie University, Sydney, where he is the convenor of postgraduate studies. Anthony completed his PhD at Murdoch University in 2002. His publications include papers in Interpretations, Balayi, YGCL, Metro, Reconstruction, Postcolonial Text, MIA and SCAN. He has a chapter in the new book Gendered Outcasts and is working on a book about Australian visual culture. His research and teaching interests include Cultural Studies methodologies, identity and space, Australian film and culture; representations of gender and sexuality; anti-colonialism; posthuman and cyber-subjectivities.
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