Contemporary and postcolonial fiction; mass media; modernism; the novel. I am Editor for British and Anglophone Literature at the journal Contemporary Literature. I am working on a collaborative book with Mark Garrett Cooper (University of South Carolina) provisionally called “Mass Media and the Humanities Workforce.” I am also writing a book with the working title “Mega: How Mass Media Make Contemporary Cities” and am the author of Geopolitics and the Anglophone Novel, 1890-2011 (Cambridge UP, 2012) and The Modernist Novel and the Decline of Empire (Cambridge UP, 2005, 2009).
Alexis Tindall is part of the Australian Research Data Commons’ Skilled Workforce team, with a particular interest in supporting and enabling humanities, arts and social sciences research. She has extensive project management experience in diverse environments. Before joining the eResearch support community, she worked in natural history and social history museums, and is passionate about digitisation and improving digital access to the nation’s treasured collections.
Shakespeare, Shakespeare Performance, Creative Writing Poetry, Creative Writing Fantasy Romance Novel, Creative Writing YA Detective Fiction.
Immersive journalism. Creative nonfiction.
Creative writing, empathy
Creative Writing, Literature, Composition
Composition, American Literature, Creative Writing
American literature, creative writing (fiction), composition.
Creative Writing, Contemporary Poetry, American Literature