Dr Liz Giuffre is a Senior Lecturer in Communication for the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Liz teaches into Music and Sound Design and the Communications Core, and her research explores popular music and popular cultures, including audience studies, genre studies and (post) broadcast radio and television. Her work covers media histories (particularly Australian programs and artists in global contexts), as well as contemporary works including podcasts, streaming and online-only content. Liz also works regularly in the national independent arts press as a journalist and commentator, including work as the regular contributing editor for Metro Magazine, a regular contributor to Critical Studies in Television, reviewer and interview for The Music and occasional contributor for The Conversation. As an associate member of the Centre for Media History and Australian Centre for Public History, she is also the former publication/web officer for IASPM Australia/New Zealand. With Dr Sarah Attfield, Liz is also the co-founding editor of the Journal of Working-Class Studies; and with Dr Shelley Brunt she is the co-producer, writer and host of Music Mothers and Others. Liz also serves as the archivist for Sydney Community radio station 2SER (leading and producing the station's recent 40th anniversary celebrations), and remains committed to current and historic productions for the community and public service sectors especially.
UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SYDNEY APPOINTMENTS
- Member, Australian Centre for Public History
University of Technology Sydney, University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia1 Feb 2019