Introduction: Doing Rural Cultural Studies

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Clifton Evers
Andrew Gorman-Murray
Emily Potter


The guest editors of the Rural Cultural Studies section introduce the articles.

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Rural Cultural Studies (Peer Reviewed)
Author Biographies

Andrew Gorman-Murray, University of Wollongong

Andrew Gorman-Murray is a research fellow in Human Geography at the University of Wollongong. His rural cultural research interests include heritage, tourism, festivals, place-making, sexual minorities in regional Australia, and cultural dimensions of environmental and climate change. This work has been published in Environment and Planning A, Antipode, Gender, Place and Culture, Australian Geographer, Australian Humanities Review, Rural Society, Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change and M/C Journal.

Emily Potter, Deakin University

Emily Potter is a research fellow in the Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University. She works across the fields of creative research, cultural theory and environmental politics. She is the co-editor of Fresh Water: New Perspectives on Water in Australia (2007), and her academic articles have appeared in both Australian and international journals including Antipodes, Media International Australia, M/C, Cultural Studies Review, and Continuum.