Altitude: an e-journal of emerging humanities work

Editors in Chief

Dr Clifton Evers is currently co-editor in chief. He is based at the Journalism and Media Research Centre, University of New South Wales. Clifton Evers is a postdoctoral research fellow. Clifton’s research interests include, gender studies, cultural research, cultural studies, creative methodologies and ethnography, sport, and media studies. Clifton is a member of the prestigious Cultural Research Network. Clifton’s community engagement includes being on the steering committee and an active convenor for Football United! – A Refugee Youth Soccer Development Program. Clifton is also co-founder and co-editor of Kurungabaa: a journal of literature, history and ideas from the sea.

Dr Emily Potter is currently co-editor in chief. She is based at the Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University. Emily has a PhD in English Literature and a background in interdisciplinary research concerning creative arts practice, environmental and sustainability theory and cultural studies. She has previously worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Hawke Research Institute for Sustainable Societies at the University of South Australia, and most recently as an ARC Postdoctoral Fellow in the Faculty of Architecture, University of Melbourne. Her research has been published in a range of Australian and international journals including Continuum, Media International Australia, Australian Humanities Review, Cultural Studies Review and Antipodes. Emily is also a member of the ARC Cultural Research Network.

Dr Glen Fuller carried out his Ph.D research on enthusiasm in Australian modified-car culture. Since completing his Ph.D he has worked as an academic and currently works as a journalist for the Express Media Group. Glen’s research interests include enthusiasm, media studies, journalism, popular technologies, popular culture and philosophies of the ‘event’. He has published scholarly work on car culture, moral panics, philosophies of romance, the War on Terror and enthusiasm. His online think space is the blog Event Mechanics.


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