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Researcher: Hogan, JM (Dr Jan Hogan)

Fields of Research

Fine Arts (incl. Sculpture and Painting)
Performance and Installation Art
Curatorial and Related Studies
Geospatial Information Systems
Conservation and Biodiversity

Research Objectives

The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)
Arts and Leisure
Ecosystem Assessment and Management of Marine Environments
Expanding Knowledge in the Environmental Sciences

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Artist-in-residence,
Becoming,
Behind the Personal Library: Collectors Creating the Canon
Broken Line
Chain of Being
Dancing with Shadows
Fine Lines
Grounded Memory; Interpellations: Law, Literature and the Humanities Association of Australasia Conference
Imaging Identities; Conference National Portrait Gallery
Little Red Rididng Hood
Location
Membrane of Memory: Care instructions
New Makings
New Makings
Oceans of the Unknown
On Commoning; International Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking Conference 2011
Presence: Gundaroo Common
Shadows on the Common
Slippage in Togart Contempoary Art Award Exhibition
Spaces of Connection
Stains on the Track: Truganini Reserve
The Deluge
The Fourth Day
The Promised Womb
The Stone Dialogues
Three Figures at the Base of a Mountain: finalist Hobart Art Prize
to come
to come 2
to come 3
to come 4
to come 5
To Shadow
Touching evidence: a case for sensation over representation; The Westminster Online Working Papers Series, Law and the Senses
Touching Evidence: a case for sensation over representation; Non Liquet [The Westminster Online Working Papers], Law and the Senses Series: TOUCH
Tradition & Transformation; Inter discipline AAANZ Conference
Trajectories: Fifteen
Transversing Truganini Track; Transversal Practices: Matter, Ecology and Relationality , VI Conference on New Materialisms
xxx; Arte-Polis 3 International Conference

Research Projects

Oceans of the unknown: visually representing the unseen; University of Tasmania (UTAS)

Research Candidate Supervision

The Fold, Emily Dickinson and the Religious Imagination
Walking Contested Ground- A Peripatetic Exploration of Place within Contemporary Postcolonial Australia and the USA