Julianne Schultz

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Professor Julianne Schultz AM FAHA(born 1956) is an Australian academic, journalist and author, and editor of more than thirty books, and is also the founding editor of the Australian literary journal Griffith Review. She is currently a Professor at Griffith University's Centre for Public Culture and Ideas and is Chair of the Queensland Design Council. She is also the librettist of two operas composed by her brother, Andrew Schultz, titled Black River and Going into Shadows.[1]

Education[edit]

Schultz completed a PhD at the University of Sydney in 1987, in which she explored the contemporary relevance of the fourth estate to the practice of journalism in Australia.[2]

Career[edit]

Schultz began her career as a reporter with the ABC, moving then to report for the Australian Financial Review. Schultz was appointed to senior editorial roles and also worked as a media columnist as well as Director of Corporate and Digital Strategy.

While working as an academic at the University of Technology, Schultz became the Founding Director of the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism.

Schultz was invited to co-chair the Creative Stream at the Australia 2020 Summit in April 2008 and was later appointed a member of the Minister for the Arts' Creative Australia Advisory Group.

She is a director of the board of the following organisations: The Grattan Institute, The Foundation for Public Interest Journalism, The Centre for Advanced Journalism, and The Editorial Board of the Companion of Australian Media. She was a director of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation between March 2009 and March 2014.[3]

Professor Schultz is also on the advisory board of High Resolves Initiative, and she is on the leadership council of the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Enterprise.

In 2012, she was appointed Chair of the Reference Group on National Cultural Policy.

Published works[edit]

  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2004). Addicted to celebrity. Sydney: ABC Books. 
  • Schultz, Julianne; Cordell, Marni, eds. (2006). The next big thing. Meadowbrook, Qld.: Griffith University, in conjunction with ABC Books. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2008). Hidden Queensland. South Brisbane, Qld: Griffith University, in conjunction with ABC Books. 
  • Schultz, Julianne; Breen, Sally, eds. (2008). Moneysexpower. South Brisbane, Qld; Sydney: Griffith University; ABC Books. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2008). Re-imagining Australia. Griffith Review (South Brisbane, Qld: Griffith University, in conjunction with ABC Books). 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2009). Essentially creative. Griffith Review (South Brisbane, Qld; Sydney: Griffith University; ABC Books). 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2009). Participation society. Griffith Review (South Brisbane, Qld; Sydney: Griffith University; ABC Books). 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2009). Stories for today. Griffith Review (South Brisbane, Qld: Griffith University). 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2010). Food chain. Griffith Review (South Brisbane, Qld; Melbourne, Vic.: Griffith University; Text Publishing). 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2010). Prosper or perish. South Brisbane, Qld; Melbourne, Vic.: Griffith University; Text Publishing. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2010). Still the Lucky Country?. South Brisbane, Qld; Melbourne, Vic.: Griffith University; Text Publishing. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2010). The annual fiction edition. South Brisbane, Qld: Griffith University. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2011). Such is life. South Brisbane, Qld: Griffith University. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2011). Ways of seeing. Text Publishing. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2011). Wicked problems, exquisite dilemmas. South Brisbane, Qld: Griffith University, in conjunction with Text Publishing. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2012). Small world. South Brisbane, Qld: Griffith University. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2012). Surviving. South Brisbane, Qld: Griffith University. 
  • Schultz, Julianne, ed. (2012). What is Australia for?. South Brisbane, Qld: Griffith University. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ UNSW. "Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences Staff Directory". Retrieved 6 August 2012. 
  2. ^ "Australian Academy of the Humanities". 
  3. ^ "Julianne Schultz". Bloomberg Business. Bloomberg. Retrieved 19 March 2015. 

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