Campbell, Rachel. 2022. Primitive, Exotic, and Australian: The Reception of John Antill’s Corroboree. Journal of Musicology, 39.4: 405-431.

Campbell, Rachel. 2022. Primitivism and Settler Primitivism in Music: The Case of John Antills Corroboree. Musical Quarterly, 105.1-2: 190-234.

Smith, Hazel, Will Luers, and Roger Dean. 2022. Dolphins in the Reservoir. The New River Fall, 2022

Smith, Hazel. 2022. Ecliptical. Spineless Wonders.

Dooley, Gillian. 2022. Jane Austen: The Musician as Author. Humanities, 11.3: 73.

Henderson, Margaret. 2021. Kathy Acker: Punk Writer. Routledge.

Smith, Hazel and Roger Dean. 2020. Creative Collaboration, Racial Discrimination and Surveillance in ‘The Lips are Different’. The Digital Review

Dooley, Gillian. 2020. Jane Austen and the Music of the French Revolution. EFLAC: Essays in French Literature and Culture 57: 151-166.

Dooley, Gillian. 2020. The Origins of Speech Lie in Song: Music as Language in Coetzee’s Age of Iron. La Simplegadi 18: 26-34.

Dooley, Gillian. 2020. Juvenile Songs and Lessons: Music Culture in Jane Austen’s Teenage Years. Persuasion: the Jane Austen Journal Online 40.1. 20pp.

Henderson, Margaret. 2020. Of Witches and Monsters, the Filth and the Fury: Two Australian Women’s Post-Punk Autobiographies. JASAL: Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature. 20.1: 1-14.

Bartlett, Alison. 2019. Reading the ‘Gold Coast Symphony’ in Thea Astley’s The Acolyte. Queensland Review 26.2: 232-244.

Campbell, Rachel. 2019. ‘The Whole Work is Full of Primitive Rhythms’: The Folk-Primitive Origins of Peter Sculthorpe’s National Music. Musicology Australia 41.1

Campbell, Rachel. 2019. The Genesis of John Antill’s CorroboreeContext: Journal of Music Research, 45, 1-18.

Dooley, Gillian. 2019, Austen’s French Music. Jane Austen’s Regency World 101: 46-51.

Ianniello, Hannah. 2018. Constraining the (Im)possible: Improvisation and Violence in Rafi Zabor’s The Bear Comes Home. Dialogue: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy 5.2: 38-47.

Smith, Hazel. 2017. Literary and musical dialoguing : sound, voice, and screen synergies. #WomenTechLit: Computing Literature, ed. Maria Mencia, N. Katherine Hayles. West Virginia UP.

Smith, Hazel. 2017. Musico-literary miscegenations : word and sound relationships in creative writing pedagogy. Creative Writing Innovations: Breaking Boundaries in the Classroom, ed. Michael Dean Clarke, Trent Hergenrader, Joseph Rein. Bloomsbury.

Smith, Hazel. 2016. The Contemporary Literature—Music Relationship: Intermedia, Voice, Technology, Cross-cultural Exchange. Routledge.

Smith, Hazel. 2015. Spatial relationships, cosmopolitanism and musico-literary miscegenation in the new media work of austraLYSIS. JASAL Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature. 15.1. 

Henderson, Margaret. 2013. Album: Horses. Things that Liberate: an Australian Feminist Wunderkammer, ed. Alison Bartlett and Margaret Henderson. Cambridge Scholars Press. 19-30.

Ianniello, Hannah, 2012. Violence in Narratives about Jazz Musicians: Performative Violence in Michael Ondaatje’s Coming through Slaughter. In Time and Space in Words and Music, edited by Mario Dunkel, Emily Petermann, Burkhard Sauerwald. Peter Lang. 125-136.


Dooley, Gillian. 2021. Confinement and Captivity in Jane Austen’s Literary and Musical Worlds. Indian Society for the Promotion of Language and Literature. YouTube recording.

Dooley, Gillian. 2020. Music in Narrative, Narrative as Music. International Lecture Series on Language and Literature, India. YouTube recording.

Dooley, Gillian. 2020. Capacity, and Taste, and Application, and Elegance: Music in Jane Austen’s Life and Work. Invited talk. Maniben Nanavati Women’s College, India.

Henderson, Margaret. 2019. Trumpets at the Walls of Jericho? Two Australian women’s post-punk memoirs. Association for the Study of Australian Literature conference, University of Western Australia.

Bartlett, Alison. 2018. Gold Coast Symphony: making music of place in Thea Astley’s The Acolyte. The Literary Interface Convention, Australian National University, 2018.

Bartlett, Alison. 2018. Creative Liberties: Imagining Percy Grainger in film, fiction, and poetry.’ Musicological Society of Australasia conference, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.


Smith, Hazel and Roger Dean. Ongoing. AustraLYSIS.

Dooley, Gillian, Alistair Knight. 2020. Words and Music for Iris. A program of songs mentioned in Iris Murdoch’s novels. Adelaide Fringe Festival.


Smith, Hazel and Sieglinde Karl-Spence. 2021. Heimlich/Unheimlich. Gallery 25, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia. 2020 Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, NSW.

Smith, Hazel. 2018. Hem of Memory. Installation. Museo Italiano, Carlton, Victoria, Australia.

Other Media

Smith, Hazel and Roger Dean. ongoing. Intermedia and New Media Work (Sound, Text, Image). austraLYSIS

Dooley, Gillian, Ellen Sveniby, Mike Leeson (prod). 2021. Iris Murdoch, Music and Singing. Podcast. Iris Murdoch Centre, University of Chichester. 66mins.

Campbell, Rachel. 2020. History of Western Music on Nightlife with Philip Clarke, ABC Radio, 25 November, 2020

Dooley, Gillian. 2019. ‘Like a Clarity under a Mist’: Iris Murdoch’s World of Silence and Sounds. ABC Religion and Ethics website.