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Julia Lane

Julia Lane

Availability

Julia is available on Mount Lawley campus each Monday.

Training areas

Julia provides support from her own experience with:

  • Academic writing, editing, publication and presentation preparation
  • Arts/Humanities methodologies and theoretical frameworks
  • Proposal and thesis formatting and publication/presentation design

Julia also offers support in the following areas:

  • Literature reviews
  • Referencing and referencing software Endnote and Mendeley
  • Ethics
  • Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
  • Powerpoint design
  • Conference presentation and public speaking
  • Qualitative research

Research area

Julia is a current PhD candidate in the School of Arts and Humanities. Her research is interdisciplinary as it encompasses elements of design, visual arts and cultural studies. Both a practitioner and writer, Julia’s current research focuses on feminine monsters in visual culture, particularly the way in which female monsters reflect broader societal views of women. Her work is concerned with identifying key problematic stereotypes and using design thinking and process to reinvent new alternatives to the current rhetoric.

Background

Julia’s formal training includes a Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts Major in Painting), a Master of Teaching (Secondary), a Graduate Diploma in Two Dimensional and Digital Design and achieved First Class Honours in Creative Industries. She has taught visual art, drama and photography at a secondary level prior to embarking upon a PhD. Her publications include being the editor of an academic book, a published book chapter, conference proceedings and several book cover designs, posters and illustration commissions.

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