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Stephen Garrett Senior Lecturer 6620 3871
School of Arts and Social Sciences Dr PhD(Monash) Stephen PhD(Monash) Lismore
Kathomi Gatwiri Senior Lecturer 07558-93114
School of Arts and Social Sciences Dr BSocSci(SocWk), MCounsPsych, PhD(Flinders) Kathomi BSocSci(SocWk), MCounsPsych, PhD(Flinders) Gold Coast
Yvonne Hartman Senior Lecturer 02 6620 3043
School of Arts and Social Sciences Dr PhD(SCU) Yvonne PhD(SCU) Lismore
Lynda Hawryluk Senior Lecturer 02 6620 3602
School of Arts and Social Sciences Dr BA(UWS), GradDipEd(Secondary)(UWS), MA(Hons)(UWS), PhD(UWS) Lynda BA(UWS), GradDipEd(Secondary)(UWS), MA(Hons)(UWS), PhD(UWS) Lismore
Barry Hill Senior Lecturer 66203908
School of Arts and Social Sciences Dr Dr Barry Hill is a musician and music researcher. As a bass player and guitarist, Dr Hill has peformed and recorded with many popular music ensembles, theatre and dance groups and multimedia projects both in Australia and overseas. His published research specialises in the fields of popular music culture and performance practice, audio technology and musicology. Dr Hill currently holds the position of Senior Lecturer at Southern Cross University School of Arts and Social Sciences.and teaches into the SCU Bachelor of Contemporary Music Undergraduate program. BA(Monash), PhD(SCU) Barry BA(Monash), PhD(SCU) Lismore
Matt Hill Senior Lecturer 66203733
School of Arts and Social Sciences Dr Matt Hill is a Senior Lecturer and the Course Coordinator for the Bachelor of Contemporary Music at Southern Cross University. He completed a PhD at James Cook University with a practice-based study researching the influence of new technologies on music creation in a variety of genres from historical, analytical and personal practice perspectives. His research interests include collaborative music making processes, film music, music analysis and musician careers. Matt is a composer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist and has worked in a wide range of contemporary music contexts. He is the keyboard player and sound-scape co-designer with the group amphibian, with whom he has toured to the UK and throughout Australia. He won the NCIEA Dolphin album of the year award for his solo album "Warm Keep Warm" and has received Australia Council for the Arts grants with amphibian. His album "Stars and the Moon and Satellites" was released in 2018. BA(ContempMus)(SCU), BA(Macquarie), BMusic(Hons)(JCU), GradCertAP(SCU), GradDipEd(Melbourne), PhD(JCU) Matt BA(ContempMus)(SCU), BA(Macquarie), BMusic(Hons)(JCU), GradCertAP(SCU), GradDipEd(Melbourne), PhD(JCU) Lismore
Wes Hill Senior Lecturer 6620 3291
School of Arts and Social Sciences Dr Dr. Wes Hill is an art historian, art critic, curator and artist who lectures in art theory and visual culture studies. Speciality research areas include modern, postmodern and contemporary art, the hipster, and the delimitation of critical/aesthetic/ethical taste in cultural practice. His most recent publications are "Art after the Hipster: Identity Politics, Ethics and Aesthetics" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017) and "How Folklore Shaped Modern Art: A Post-Critical History of Aesthetics" (Routledge, 2016). His writing is regularly published in magazines and journals such as Artforum, Frieze, Broadsheet, Eyeline, Artlink and Art and Australia. Wes has been awarded multiple Australia Council for the Arts grants, in 2004, 2008 and 2012, as well as multiple Arts Queensland grants, in 2004, 2006, 2012. In 2008 he was awarded the Art Gallery of New South Wales Dyason Bequest, for which he undertook a residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris. Curated exhibitions include "Archie Moore" (NCCA, Darwin) "Outside Thoughts" (CAT, Hobart) "This is what I do" (Metro Arts, Brisbane), and 'Speech Acts' (UTS Gallery, Sydney). As an artist he specialises in the medium of installation, collaborating with Wendy Wilkins as `Wilkins Hill? at institutions such as Sydney?s Museum of Contemporary Art, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Artspace (Sydney), and the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane. BFA(Hons)(QUT), BFA(QUT), PhD(UQ) Wes BFA(Hons)(QUT), BFA(QUT), PhD(UQ) Lismore
Clarissa Hitchcock Associate Lecturer
School of Arts and Social Sciences Ms BSocWk(UQ) Clarissa BSocWk(UQ) Gold Coast
Mandy Hughes Lecturer 66593945
School of Arts and Social Sciences Dr BA(ANU, GDipEd(UC), MLitt(Anthropology)(ANU), PhD(SCU) Mandy BA(ANU, GDipEd(UC), MLitt(Anthropology)(ANU), PhD(SCU) Coffs Harbour
Andrew Jones Associate Lecturer (Teaching Scholar) 02 6620 3164
School of Arts and Social Sciences Mr Andrew Jones is an Associate Lecturer in the School of Arts and Social Sciences at Southern Cross University. He teaches into the Media Degree and is also engaged in a doctorate entitled: In/appropriating Sainthood - the Unbecoming Cause: Melancholy Wonder and Colonial Experiences. DipFilm&Television(SVAA), BA(MACQU), GradDipComm(UTS) Andrew DipFilm&Television(SVAA), BA(MACQU), GradDipComm(UTS) Lismore