G a r r y G i l l a r d : P r o j e c t s
Tom O'Regan and I began discussing a possible electronic future for the journal Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media & Culture in early 1995, and, as we couldn't find anyone else silly enough to consider putting up a whole journal, I did it myself. It was published under the auspices of the (now former) Centre for Research in Culture & Communication.
As well as Continuum, I've put up a heap of other stuff, starting with our Oz Film material, and including several numbers of the CRCC sponsored journal Span, Journal of the South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies.
I've also put up some of the Australian Journal of Cultural Studies.
To hold all this disparate material we thought of something called the Culture and Communication Reading Room.
I've been involved in distance education since 1978 (and radio production before that) and have long been fascinated by electronic communication.
My pages were first served from a Powermac 6100 in my old office (at the address humpc43.murdoch.edu.au) and then from a Powermac 7220/200 at Rockingham, from the address hum2mac1.murdoch.edu.au. They were then on the server of the MCC School and then on a central University server and are now on my own site where you found this page.
My current projects are all in print, for which see the bottom of my "writing" page for the very latest.