Dr Christopher Marshall

Ken Gelder joined the University of Melbourne in 1989 and has since taught across the English and Cultural Studies programs from popular culture to literary theory. In 1994 and 1995 he was a Reader in English and Cultural Studies at De Montfort University, England. He has been a visiting fellow at University College, London, and the University of Edinburgh.

Ken currently teaches courses in modern and contemporary literature, popular/genre fiction, Australian literature and subcultural studies. He has published extensively on subcultures, genre fiction, popular culture and the Gothic.

Ken has also co-written two Australian literary histories, covering the periods 1970-1988 and 1989-2007, and is currently involved in a major research project on colonial Australian popular fiction and the colonial Australian journals.

Ken Gelder is co-director (with Denise Varney) of the Australian Centre.

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy (University of Melbourne, 1995)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (University of Melbourne, 1988)
  • Bachelor of Arts (University of Melbourne, 1987)

Member of

  • Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Chairperson and Chief Assessor, Victorian Certificate of Education Art Examination Setting Panel
  • College Art Association. Member
  • Australian and New Zealand Association of Art Historians. Standard member

2013

Journal Articles Refereed
Fully Written Paper Refereed

2012

Research Book Chapters
Journal Articles Refereed
Fully Written Paper Refereed

2011

Edited Books
Research Book Chapters
Book Chapters Other
Journal Articles Refereed

2010

Research Book Chapters
Fully Written Paper Refereed

2009

Research Book Chapters
Fully Written Paper Refereed

2007

Research Book Chapters
Book Chapters Other
Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters or Notes

2006

Research Book Chapters
Journal Articles Refereed
Journal Articles Unrefereed

2005

Research Book Chapters
Journal Articles Refereed
Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters or Notes

2004

Journal Articles Refereed
Journal Articles Unrefereed
  • Christopher Marshall. "Imperial Legacy". Museum Practice. Vol. 27, Issue Autumn, 2004, pp. 32-35
Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters or Notes
Minor Recorded Works

2003

Research Book Chapters

2002

Computer software Products
  • Christopher Marshall. "Interpreting Art". Macmillan Education Australia, 2002, PC

2001

Textbooks

Grant information

2005

Supervision

Available for supervision.