Schultz, Julianne

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Julianne Schultz AM FAHA is the founding editor of Griffith REVIEW and a professor in the Centre for Cultural Research at Griffith University. She has written extensively about the media and is the author of Reviving the Fourth Estate: Democracy, accountability and the media (Cambridge University Press, 1998), Steel City Blues (Penguin, 1985) and the librettos for operas composed by her brother Andrew Schultz Black River and Going into Shadows. Dr Schultz was Chair of then Arts Minister Simon Crean's National Cultural Policy reference group, is Chair of the Queensland Design Council and the Australian Film Television and Radio School, and on the Board of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and the Grattan Institute.


Articles (main category in brackets)


Trump’s win shows how vital the arts and humanities are (Issues)
Comparative Advantage. Culture, Citizenship and Soft Power (Issues)
Rethinking the Place of Arts and Culture in Public Life (Issues)
The Big Picture, Lives, Landscapes, Homelands in Australian and Chinese Art (Issues)

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