Holland, T. 2016, ‘Why The Simpsons has lost its way’, The Conversation.

Holland, T. 2016, 'Why The Simpsons has lost its way', The Conversation.
Tweet This article was published on The Conversation ahead of Matt Groening’s visit to Australia. It was the most-read Charles Sturt University article of November, 2016, and the second most-read CSU article of all time (at time of writing). The article was republished by the ABC, and Lifehacker, amongst others. Tweet

Holland, T 2015, ‘Social Networks as Sites of eParticipation in Local Government’, Global Media Journal Australia, 9:1

Tweet Abstract This paper proposes that electronic social network sites (SNS) make visible forms of participatory behaviour to which local governments must respond. Groups and individuals – publics – operating in diverse ways for diverse purposes, propagate and respond to communication by local governments via SNS and, in doing so, practice electronic (e-)participation. In addition ...

PhD Research

PhD Research
Tweet I am currently completing my PhD under the supervision of Professor Sue Turnbull and Dr Teodor Mitew at the University of Wollongong. The tentative title is “Everyday media and experience of place”. View my blog posts on the matter here. Tweet

Honours Thesis

Honours Thesis
Tweet My honours thesis was titled ‘Television Nations: Imagined Communities in The Simpsons‘. It is available via the University of Wollongong repository. Throughout the process, I published a series of blog posts. Tweet