Media mentions

Media mentions



  • Katrina Sedgwick, who delivered the 2019 Brian Johns Lecture, was interviewed on ABC's Late Night Live about 'Digitising arts and culture'
  • Dr Tom Murray writes about 'How we tracked down the only known sculpture of a WWI Indigenous soldier' for The Conversation and  NITV
  • Dr Karen Pearlman was featured in The Australian Jewish News regarding being awarded a grant for a new documentary about female Russian filmmakers


  • Dr Alex Morgan comments on groundbreaking documentary TV series Australia in Colour, of which he was the co-writer and co-director, for SBS
  • Dr Rebecca Sheehan speaks at the Lowy Institute event, ‘Women in the Era of Strongmen’, recorded for ABC's Big Ideas





  • Dr Virginia Madsen interviewed by Richard Glover on ABC Radio Sydney, Friday Night Drive Show: Nov 23, 6.07pm live. Topic: the 95th anniversary of Sydney ABC radio 2BL which began broadcasting in (now known as ABC Radio Sydney). Audio link not available.


  • Associate Professor Shirleene Robinson was featured in The Conversation in relation to LGBT military service members.
  • Dr Justine Lloyd provided comment to the Courier Mail regarding people who anonymously criticise strangers



  • Australian News Channel chief executive and Chair of the Centre for Media History Advisory Board Angelos Frangopoulos is leaving the broadcaster after 22 years to join Sky News Arabia. Frangopoulos has been named CEO of Sky News Arabia, an Arabic news and current affairs channel broadcast mainly in the Middle East. See video
  • Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley contributed the article '#NineFairfax deal end of an era for Australia’s media titans' to The Conversation on July 26, 2018. The piece also appeared on Mumbrella. Professor Griffen-Foley was also interviewed on The Wire.
  • Dr Virginia Madsen was interviewed by ABC radio on their national Nightlife program: 'This week in History' to speak about ABC history. This was broadcast July 1, 2018, The 26 min interview was with ABC host and journalist Sarah McDonald. Audio is available as a podcast/download at



  • Associate Professor Peter Doyle was interviewed on ABC Radio Sydney about comic books in Australia.
  • Dr Anthony Lambert was featured in the Sunday Telegraph and Courier Mail on how the classic television family sitcom is back in fashion.
  • Professor Bridget Griffen-Foley was featured in the Sydney Morning Herald and WA Today on the Fairfax Media Business Archive and Australian media history.
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