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Researcher: Stark, HL (Dr Hannah Stark)

Fields of Research

Literary Theory
Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)
Feminist Theory
Environmental Philosophy
Poststructuralism
Culture, Gender, Sexuality
Ethical Theory
Cultural Studies
Literary Studies
Film and Television
English and Literacy Curriculum and Pedagogy (excl. LOTE, ESL and TESOL)
Australian Literature (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Literature)
Curatorial and Related Studies
Cultural Theory
Phenomenology

Research Objectives

Expanding Knowledge in Philosophy and Religious Studies
Expanding Knowledge in Languages, Communication and Culture
Understanding Australia's Past
Languages and Literature
Climate Change Adaptation Measures
Pedagogy
Social Impacts of Climate Change and Variability

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'All these things he saw and did not see': Witnessing the end of the world in Cormac McCarthy's The Road; Critical Survey
'But we always make love with worlds': Deleuze (and Guattari) and love; Cultural Studies Association of Australia: Sustaining Culture
A Critical Politics of the Human: Judith Butler and Gilles Deleuze; What is the Human? Australian Voices from the Humanities
A New Earth: Deleuze and Guattari in the Anthropocene; Deleuze Studies
Allegories of Queer Love: Quality Television and the Re-imagining of the American Family; Queer Love in Film and Television
Blended English: Technology-enhanced teaching and learning in English literary studies; Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice
Deleuze and Critical Plant Studies; Deleuze and the Non/Human
Deleuze and Guattari in the Anthropocene; Deleuze Studies
Deleuze and Love; Angelaki
Deleuze and the Non/Human; Palgrave McMillian
Deleuze and the Nonhuman Turn: Interview with Elizabeth Grosz; Deleuze and the Non/Human
Deleuze, subjectivity and nonhuman becomings in the Anthropocene; Dialogues in Human Geography
Discord, Monstrosity and Violence: Deleuze’s Differential Ontology and its Consequences for Ethics; Angelaki: Journal of The Theoretical Humanities
Feminist theory after Deleuze; Bloomsbury Academic
Friday essay: on the trail of the London thylacines
Introduction: Deleuze and the Nonhuman Turn; Deleuze and the Non/Human
Judith Butler's post-Hegelian ethics and the problem with recognition; Feminist Theory: an international interdisciplinary journal
Love’s Lessons: intimacy, pedagogy, and political community; Angelaki
Neohumanism in the Anthropocene: Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive; Eco Culture: Disaster, Narrative, Discourse
Re-animating the Thylacine: Narratives of Extinction in Tasmanian Cinema; Animal Studies Journal
Reconsidering kinship: beyond the nuclear family with Deleuze and Guattari; Cultural Studies Review
The Falling Man: A Classroom Activity Using Mad Men's Title Sequence; Lucky Strikes and a Three Martini Lunch: Thinking About Television's Mad Men
The hunt for London's thylacines shows a greater truth about Australian extinction
The London thylacines: Interview with Melanie Tait
The teaching of English in Tasmania: building links between Senior Secondary and Tertiary teachers; English in Australia
Tracking down the London thylacines
Vital Plants and Despicable Weeds in Ray Lawrence’s Lantana; The Green Thread: Dialogues with the Vegetal World

Research Projects

2012: The 5th International Deleuze Studies Conference; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy 2017 Conference; Ian Potter Foundation (IPF)
Deleuze and China; Australian National University (ANU)
Deleuze's Differential Ontology and the Problem of Ethics (provisional); University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Extinction Afterlives and the Global Thylacine Trade: Specular Commerce and Emotion in the Era of Species Extinction; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Love, Kinship and Futurity in the Anthropocene; University of Edinburgh (UoE)

Research Candidate Supervision

"There Are More Things"- Weird Fiction and the Anomalies of Genre
Those Other Others- Reading the Nonhuman in 21st Century British Fiction