Dr Milne teaches across a range of subjects in the Media and Communications program, including Texts and Contexts, Reading Writing and Criticism; Issues in Electronic Media and Literature/Media Project.
Available for supervision in the following areas: critical theoretical analyses of The Sopranos, & Sex and the City; new media; the construction of networked identity; narratives of the Internet; reality TV and the culture of surveillance; nineteenth century communication technologies; email history and practice; literary theory; and the production of celebrity. Research Student Supervision: the cultural languages of Seinfeld ; Internet child pornography; the cinematic representation of constitutional identity.
new media nineteenth century networks of communication the postal history of networked intimacy, affect & presence distributed identity and affect the production of celebrity and its techno-institutional frameworks
'Images of Celebrity: publicity, privacy, law', co-authored with Andrew Kenyon, Media & Arts Law Review , 10.4, December 2005. Magic bits of paste-board": texting in the nineteenth century', Feature Article, M/C - A Journal of Media and Culture, 6.6, 2004, http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0401/02-milne.php. "I never read anything I haven't written myself": celebrity blogging', conference paper (co-authored with Andrew Kenyon), Cultural Studies of Australia, 'Culture Fix' 25 - 27 November 2005. (conference paper) 'Email and Epistolary Culture: text, technology, history', Textual Culture Conference: Stirling University , Scotland , 18 - 20 July 2005. (conference paper) Gary Krug, Communication, technology and cultural change (Sage: 2005), Media International Australia , 117, November 2005, 159-160. (book review) Annmarie Chandler and Norie Neumark eds., At a Distance: Precursors to Art and Activism on the Internet (MIT/Leonardo: 2005), RealTime , 70: Dec 05/Jan 06: www.realtimearts.net/rt70/milne_distance.html (book review)
Awards and Grants
Internal, Track Record Grants Scheme, Research and Postgraduate Studies Committee, School of Social and Behavioural Sciences, August 2004: $1952.49.
Editorial Management Committee Member, Fibreculture Journal < www.fibreculture.org > Regular art and theory review contributions to RealTime .< www.realtimearts.net > Regular academic refereeing includes: Southern Review , M/C - journal of media and culture , Fibreculture Journal and the Australian Journal of Emerging Technologies and Society < www.swin.edu.au/sbs/ajets/ >
External Reviewer, Research Program for the Centre for Media Research, University of Ulster, Coleraine Campus, Northern Ireland, July 2004 < www.arts.ulster.ac.uk/media/cmr.html>