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Distinguished Professor Stuart Cunningham

Creative Industries Faculty,
School of Media, Entertainment and Creative Arts,
Digital Media Research Centre

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Distinguished Professor Stuart Cunningham
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Distinguished Professor
Creative Industries Faculty,
School of Media, Entertainment and Creative Arts,
Digital Media Research Centre
Discipline *
Communication and Media Studies, Cultural Studies, Policy and Administration
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Qualifications

PhD (Griffith University), MA (McGill University), BA(Hons) (University of Queensland)

Professional memberships
and associations
  • invested as a Member of the Order of Australia, 2015, for ‘significant service to higher education, particularly to the study of media and communications, as an academic and researcher’
  • awarded a Fulbright Senior Scholarship, 2014-15
  • elected to the UK-based Academy of Social Sciences, 2013- (FAcSS)
  • appointed to Cooperative Research Centre Committee, 2012-2015;
  • appointed director of Screen Queensland, 2012-15;
  • appointed to reference panel, National Cultural Policy reference group, 2011-12;
  • appointed to NSW Creative Industries Task Force 2012-2013;
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)
  • elected President, Council of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS), 2006-08;
  • appointed member of the Library Board of Queensland, 2008-11 and 2011-14;
  • appointed member of the Australian Research Council’s College of Experts 2005-7, and Chair of the Humanities and Creative Arts Panel of the College, 2007;
  • ARC assessor over 17 years;
  • international assessments by invitation for research bodies in Canada, EU, Holland, South Africa, Denmark, New Zealand;
  • Adjunct Professor, Australian National University 2006-8; Visiting Professor City University, London 2008-11, Leverhulme Foundation Visitor, University of St Andrews 2008-9;
  • Commissioner of the Australian Film Commission 1992-98;
  • foundation Chair of QPIX, Queensland’s Screen Development Centre, 1997-2005;
  • elected inaugural Fellow of the Cultural and Communication section of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, 1997 (FAHA) and elected Treasurer, and Council and Executive member of the Academy, 2003-6;
  • Node Convenor, Cultural Technologies, for the ARC Cultural Research Network (CRN), 2004-6;
  • elected board member of the Council of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS), 2005-6, 2008-9, 2009-10, 2010-11;
  • appointed to UNESCO’s Australian National Commission Social Science Network, 2005-;
  • Centenary Medal (Australian Honours list) 2003 in recognition of contribution to the humanities in Australia;
  • Honorary Life Member, Cultural Studies Association of Australia, 2000-.

Editorial boards

  • Co-editor, Media Industries Journal
  • Member, editorial boards of Television and New Media, Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Communication, Politics & Culture, She Ji — The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation (Tongji University), In Media (France), Politicas Culturais Em Revista (Spain), International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries (Taiwan), UNESCO Observatory Refereed e-Journal (UNESCO Observatory on Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts).
Keywords

Convergence of technologies, Creative industries development policies, Culture & communication, Diaspora & media, Film & TV education, Higher education policy, Media policy & practice, TV - event TV, Television content (policy & futures)

* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008

Biography

Stuart Cunningham AM, FAHA, FAcSS, FRSA

Distinguished Professor of Media and Communications

Queensland University of Technology

    Introduction   Stuart Cunningham AM is Distinguished Professor of Media and Communications, QUT. He is internationally recognised for his contributions to media, communication and cultural studies and for exemplifying their relevance to industry practice and government policy. He is author, co-author or co-editor of fifteen books, twenty five reports, over 200 chapters and articles, and a wide range of general articles and public communications. He has served in several leadership roles in advocacy, advice and governance in research and higher education, and in the screen and library sectors. His most recent honours include admission into the UK-based Academy of Social Sciences in 2013, the award of a Fulbright Senior Scholarship for 2014-15, and the award of Member of the Order of Australia in 2015.    
  2 page resume  

Stuart Cunningham AM, FAHA, FAcSS, FRSA

Distinguished Professor of Media and Communications

Queensland University of Technology

  Stuart Cunningham is one of Australia’s leading proponents of the new and applied humanities. He is internationally recognised for his contributions to media, communications and cultural studies and for exemplifying their relevance to industry practice and government policy. He has made a number of distinctive and high-impact contributions to the academic discipline fields in which he works and through these, has had widely-acknowledged influence on industry practice and policy development beyond the academy. The contributions, in summary, are: disciplinary consolidations in the relatively new fields of media, cultural and communication studies; the articulation of a policy approach into cultural and media studies; significantly shaping the international creative industries research agenda; leading the development of the relationship of creative industries to innovation studies and policy; and understanding digital transformations of the screen sector.   In addition to his research contributions, he has considerable senior leadership and management experience as director of an ARC Centre of Excellence, faculty director of research and research training, head of school, and acting Executive Dean. He has served the profession, the community and the polity in several leadership roles in advocacy, advice and governance in research and higher education, and in the screen and library sectors. He is author, co-author or co-editor of fifteen books, twenty five reports, over 200 chapters and articles, and a wide range of general articles and public communications.   He wrote Featuring Australia (1991), a study of the career of pioneering Australian filmmaker Charles Chauvel, and Framing Culture (1992), an influential critique of the limits of cultural studies as applied to cultural policy. With Toby Miller, he wrote Contemporary Australian Television (1993). He co-wrote or co-edited a number of studies of the global dimensions of audiovisual culture with John Sinclair and Elizabeth Jacka: New Patterns in Global Television (1996), Australian Television and International Mediascapes (1996), and Floating Lives: The Media and Asian Diasporas (2001). He has co-edited two textbooks with Graeme Turner, The Australian TV Book (2001) and The Media and Communications in Australia (last edition, 2010). He has co-authored several major reports for bodies such as National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (UK), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Geneva), the Australian departments of education, communications, and arts, the Australian Broadcasting Authority, the Australia Council, the Queensland state government and the Brisbane City Council.   His recent work includes the single-authored What Price a Creative Economy? (Platform Papers, 2006); In the Vernacular: A Generation of Cultural Criticism and Controversy (University of Queensland Press, 2008); and Hidden Innovation: Policy, Industry and the Creative Sector (University of Queensland Press, 2013 and Rowman & Littlefield/Lexington Books, 2014). It also includes Dina Iordanova and Stuart Cunningham eds, Digital Disruption: Cinema Moves Online (St Andrews Film Studies, 2012); John Hartley, Jason Potts, Stuart Cunningham, Terry Flew, John Banks, Michael Keane, Key Concepts in Creative Industries (London, Sage, 2013); Screen Distribution and the New King Kongs of the Online World (Palgrave, with Jon Silver, 2013); Stuart Cunningham and Sue Turnbull eds, The Media and Communications in Australia (Allen & Unwin, 2014); and Stuart Cunningham, Terry Flew and Adam Swift, Media Economics(Palgrave, 2015).   His standing in the field and as a contributor to research and higher education policy, communications, culture and media have seen him appointed or elected to numerous national, state and international bodies and awarded several honours:

  • invested as a Member of the Order of Australia, 2015, for ‘significant service to higher education, particularly to the study of media and communications, as an academic and researcher’
  • awarded a Fulbright Senior Scholarship, 2014-15
  • elected to the UK-based Academy of Social Sciences, 2013- (FAcSS)
  • appointed to Cooperative Research Centre Committee, 2012-2015;
  • appointed director of Screen Queensland, 2012-15;
  • appointed to reference panel, National Cultural Policy reference group, 2011-12;
  • appointed to NSW Creative Industries Task Force 2012-2013;
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)
  • elected President, Council of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS), 2006-08;
  • appointed member of the Library Board of Queensland, 2008-11 and 2011-14;
  • appointed member of the Australian Research Council’s College of Experts 2005-7, and Chair of the Humanities and Creative Arts Panel of the College, 2007;
  • ARC assessor over 17 years;
  • international assessments by invitation for research bodies in Canada, EU, Holland, South Africa, Denmark, New Zealand;
  • Adjunct Professor, Australian National University 2006-8; Visiting Professor City University, London 2008-11, Leverhulme Foundation Visitor, University of St Andrews 2008-9;
  • Commissioner of the Australian Film Commission 1992-98;
  • foundation Chair of QPIX, Queensland’s Screen Development Centre, 1997-2005;
  • elected inaugural Fellow of the Cultural and Communication section of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, 1997 (FAHA) and elected Treasurer, and Council and Executive member of the Academy, 2003-6;
  • Node Convenor, Cultural Technologies, for the ARC Cultural Research Network (CRN), 2004-6;
  • elected board member of the Council of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS), 2005-6, 2008-9, 2009-10, 2010-11;
  • appointed to UNESCO’s Australian National Commission Social Science Network, 2005-;
  • Centenary Medal (Australian Honours list) 2003 in recognition of contribution to the humanities in Australia;
  • Honorary Life Member, Cultural Studies Association of Australia, 2000-.

A pre-eminent research grants track record nationally is evidenced by over twenty successful ARC project grants as a named Chief Investigator and a wide range of local, state, national and international commissioned research. This is in addition to being a named investigator on the successful applications for the Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy (CMP) in 1994, the Australasian Co-operative Research Centre for Interaction Design (ACID) in 2002, and as Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI) in 2004. The total number of grants of all kinds awarded is over 50 and, omitting CMP and ACID, the total value of awarded research funding is well over $A24 million.   He has supervised thirty three completed higher research degrees. His mentorship of research students, and early and mid career researchers, have seen several in entry level academic and professional positions, or in receipt of promotions, or research career opportunities through co-publication and grant success. He has given invited addresses and keynotes in academic, industry and government conferences, symposia, and like events, around Australia, and in New Zealand, Singapore, Korea, China, Hong Kong, India, South Africa, United States, Canada, Brazil, Taiwan, United Kingdom, Germany and Austria.      
  Detailed CV

 

Stuart Cunningham AM, FAHA, FAcSS, FRSA

Distinguished Professor of Media and Communications

Queensland University of Technology

  Stuart Cunningham is one of Australia’s leading proponents of the new and applied humanities. He is internationally recognised for his contributions to media, communications and cultural studies and for exemplifying their relevance to industry practice and government policy. He has made a number of distinctive and high-impact contributions to the academic discipline fields in which he works and through these, has had widely-acknowledged influence on industry practice and policy development beyond the academy. The contributions, in summary, are: disciplinary consolidations in the relatively new fields of media, cultural and communication studies; the articulation of a policy approach into cultural and media studies; significantly shaping the international creative industries research agenda; leading the development of the relationship of creative industries to innovation studies and policy; and understanding digital transformations of the screen sector.   In addition to his research contributions, he has considerable senior leadership and management experience as director of an ARC Centre of Excellence, faculty director of research and research training, head of school, and acting Executive Dean. He has served the profession, the community and the polity in several leadership roles in advocacy, advice and governance in research and higher education, and in the screen and library sectors. He is author, co-author or co-editor of fifteen books, twenty five reports, over 200 chapters and articles, and a wide range of general articles and public communications.   He wrote Featuring Australia (1991), a study of the career of pioneering Australian filmmaker Charles Chauvel, and Framing Culture (1992), an influential critique of the limits of cultural studies as applied to cultural policy. With Toby Miller, he wrote Contemporary Australian Television (1993). He co-wrote or co-edited a number of studies of the global dimensions of audiovisual culture with John Sinclair and Elizabeth Jacka: New Patterns in Global Television (1996), Australian Television and International Mediascapes (1996), and Floating Lives: The Media and Asian Diasporas (2001). He has co-edited two textbooks with Graeme Turner, The Australian TV Book (2001) and The Media and Communications in Australia (last edition, 2010). He has co-authored several major reports for bodies such as National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (UK), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Geneva), the Australian departments of education, communications, and arts, the Australian Broadcasting Authority, the Australia Council, the Queensland state government and the Brisbane City Council.   His recent work includes the single-authored What Price a Creative Economy? (Platform Papers, 2006); In the Vernacular: A Generation of Cultural Criticism and Controversy (University of Queensland Press, 2008); and Hidden Innovation: Policy, Industry and the Creative Sector (University of Queensland Press, 2013 and Rowman & Littlefield/Lexington Books, 2014). It also includes Dina Iordanova and Stuart Cunningham eds, Digital Disruption: Cinema Moves Online (St Andrews Film Studies, 2012); John Hartley, Jason Potts, Stuart Cunningham, Terry Flew, John Banks, Michael Keane, Key Concepts in Creative Industries (London, Sage, 2013); Screen Distribution and the New King Kongs of the Online World (Palgrave, with Jon Silver, 2013); Stuart Cunningham and Sue Turnbull eds, The Media and Communications in Australia (Allen & Unwin, 2014); and Stuart Cunningham, Terry Flew and Adam Swift, Media Economics(Palgrave, 2015).   His standing in the field and as a contributor to research and higher education policy, communications, culture and media have seen him appointed or elected to numerous national, state and international bodies and awarded several honours:

  • invested as a Member of the Order of Australia, 2015, for ‘significant service to higher education, particularly to the study of media and communications, as an academic and researcher’
  • awarded a Fulbright Senior Scholarship, 2014-15
  • elected to the UK-based Academy of Social Sciences, 2013- (FAcSS)
  • appointed to Cooperative Research Centre Committee, 2012-2015;
  • appointed director of Screen Queensland, 2012-15;
  • appointed to reference panel, National Cultural Policy reference group, 2011-12;
  • appointed to NSW Creative Industries Task Force 2012-2013;
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)
  • elected President, Council of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS), 2006-08;
  • appointed member of the Library Board of Queensland, 2008-11 and 2011-14;
  • appointed member of the Australian Research Council’s College of Experts 2005-7, and Chair of the Humanities and Creative Arts Panel of the College, 2007;
  • ARC assessor over 17 years;
  • international assessments by invitation for research bodies in Canada, EU, Holland, South Africa, Denmark, New Zealand;
  • Adjunct Professor, Australian National University 2006-8; Visiting Professor City University, London 2008-11, Leverhulme Foundation Visitor, University of St Andrews 2008-9;
  • Commissioner of the Australian Film Commission 1992-98;
  • foundation Chair of QPIX, Queensland’s Screen Development Centre, 1997-2005;
  • elected inaugural Fellow of the Cultural and Communication section of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, 1997 (FAHA) and elected Treasurer, and Council and Executive member of the Academy, 2003-6;
  • Node Convenor, Cultural Technologies, for the ARC Cultural Research Network (CRN), 2004-6;
  • elected board member of the Council of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS), 2005-6, 2008-9, 2009-10, 2010-11;
  • appointed to UNESCO’s Australian National Commission Social Science Network, 2005-;
  • Centenary Medal (Australian Honours list) 2003 in recognition of contribution to the humanities in Australia;
  • Honorary Life Member, Cultural Studies Association of Australia, 2000-.

A pre-eminent research grants track record nationally is evidenced by over twenty successful ARC project grants as a named Chief Investigator and a wide range of local, state, national and international commissioned research. This is in addition to being a named investigator on the successful applications for the Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy (CMP) in 1994, the Australasian Co-operative Research Centre for Interaction Design (ACID) in 2002, and as Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI) in 2004. The total number of grants of all kinds awarded is over 50 and, omitting CMP and ACID, the total value of awarded research funding is well over $A24 million.   He has supervised thirty three completed higher research degrees. His mentorship of research students, and early and mid career researchers, have seen several in entry level academic and professional positions, or in receipt of promotions, or research career opportunities through co-publication and grant success. He has given invited addresses and keynotes in academic, industry and government conferences, symposia, and like events, around Australia, and in New Zealand, Singapore, Korea, China, Hong Kong, India, South Africa, United States, Canada, Brazil, Taiwan, United Kingdom, Germany and Austria.
  PUBLICATIONS

Authored Books

1.    Cunningham, S., Flew, T. and Swift, A., Media Economics (London: Palgrave, 2015)

2.    Cunningham, S. and Silver, J. (2013). Screen Distribution and the New King Kongs of the Online World. London: Palgrave Pivot.

3.    Stuart Cunningham, Hidden Innovation: Policy, industry and the creative sector (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 2013). US/European edition published as Cunningham, S. (2014). Hidden Innovation: Industry, Policy and the Creative Sector. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield/Lexington Books.

  1. John Hartley, Jason Potts, Stuart Cunningham, Terry Flew, John Banks, Michael Keane 2013, Key Concepts in Creative Industries, London, Sage.
  1. Stuart Cunningham, In the Vernacular: A Generation of Cultural Criticism and Controversy (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 2008)
  1. Stuart Cunningham, What Price a Creative Economy? (Platform Paper series, Currency House, July 2006)
  1. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., Australian Television and International Mediascapes (Melbourne, New York and London: Cambridge University Press, 1996). 284pp.
  1. Cunningham, S., Framing Culture: Criticism and Policy in Australia (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1992).  205pp.
  1. Cunningham, S., Featuring Australia: The Cinema of Charles Chauvel (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1991).  214pp.

Edited Books

  1. Cunningham, S., & Turnbull, S. (Eds) (2014). The Media and Communications in Australia (4th ed). Sydney: Allen and Unwin.
  1. Dina Iordanova and Stuart Cunningham eds 2012, Digital Disruption: Cinema Moves Online, St Andrews, St Andrews Film Studies.
  1. Stuart Cunningham and Graeme Turner (eds), The Media and Communications in Australia 3rd ed, (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2010).
  1. Stuart Cunningham, Guest editor, The Cultural Economy. The Cultures and Globalization Series 2, edited by Helmut K. Anheier and Yudhishthir Raj Isar, London and Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2008
  1. Stuart Cunningham and Graeme Turner (eds), The Media and Communications in Australia 2nd ed, (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2006).
  1. Stuart Cunningham and Graeme Turner (eds), The Media and Communications in Australia 1st ed, (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 2002).
  1. Cunningham, S. and Sinclair, J. (eds), Floating lives: The media and Asian diasporas (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 2000) xvi + 244pp and (Lanham, MA: Rowman & Littlefield 2001), 272pp.
  1. Turner, G. and Cunningham, S. (eds), The Australian TV Book (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 2000).
  1. Cunningham, S. and Turner, G. (eds), The Media in Australia: Industries, Texts, Audiences 2nd ed (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1997).  xviii+490pp.
  1. Sinclair, J., Jacka, E. and Cunningham, S. (eds), New Patterns in Global Television: Peripheral Vision (London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1996). 238pp.
  1. Cunningham, S. and Turner, G. (eds), The Media in Australia: Industries, Texts, Audiences 1st ed (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1993)

  Research Reports

  1. Stuart Cunningham, Suellen Tapsall, Lawrence Stedman, Yoni Ryan, Kerry Bagdon, Terry Flew, New Media and Borderless Education: A Review of the Convergence between Global Media Networks and Higher Education Provision (DEETYA Evaluation and Investigations Program (EIP), AGPS, January 1998).
  1. Stuart Cunningham, Yoni Ryan, Lawrence Stedman, Suellen Tapsall, Kerry Bagdon, Terry Flew, Peter Coaldrake, The Business of Borderless Education (DETYA Evaluation and Investigations Program (EIP), AGPS, June 2000).
  1. Goldsmith, B., Thomas, J., O’Regan, T. and Cunningham, S. The Future for Local Content? Options for Emerging Technologies (Queen Victoria Building NSW: Australian Broadcasting Authority, June 2001) ISBN 0 642 27045
  1. Cunningham, S., Rennie, E., Glover, S., Henkel, C., Keane, M., Tacchi, J., Hearn, G., Doneman, M., Smart State All Over: Opportunities for Broadcasting and Content Creation Enterprises in regional Queensland, Report to Department of Premier and Cabinet, Queensland Government, (CIRAC October 2002), 56pp. ISBN 1 86435 596 4.
  1. QUT CIRAC (Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre) and Cutler & Company (2003) Research and Innovation Systems in the Production of Digital Content, Report for the National Office for the Information Economy, September. http://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/cics/Research_and_innovation_systems_in_production_of_digital_content.pdf
  2. Cunningham, S., Hearn, G., Ninan, A., Cox, S. and Keane, M. Brisbane’s Creative Industries, (QUT CIRAC and Brisbane City Council, April, 2003) http://www.creativeindustries.qut.com/research/cirac/documents/bccreportonly.pdf ISBN 1 74107 015 5.
  3. Cunningham, S., Ryan, M., Keane, M. and Ordonez, D, Financing Creative Industries in Developing Country Contexts, Report prepared for UNCTAD XI, (High level Panel on Creative Industries and Development, June 2004) Sao Paulo Brazil.
  1. Cox, S., Ninan, A., Hearn, G., Roodhouse, S and Cunningham, S. Queensland Music Industry Basics: People, Businesses and Markets. Brisbane: Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre, Creative Industries Faculty, (Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove, 2004), ISBN: 1 74107 054 6.
  2. Rogers, I, Ninan, A, Hearn, G, Cunningham, S and Luckman, S. Queensland Music Industry Value Web: From the Margins to the Mainstream. Brisbane: Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre, Creative Industries Faculty, (Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove, 2004), ISBN: 1 74107 055 4.

10. QUT CIRAC and Cutler&Co, Research and Innovation Systems in the Production of Digital Content and Applications, Creative Industries Cluster Study Volume III, Commonwealth of Australia (DCITA Canberra, 2004), pp. 9-67.   11. Higgs, P., Cunningham, S and Hearn, G., Adkins, B., Barnett, K. The Ecology of Queensland Design, (CIRAC, Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove, Queensland, 2005), ISBN: 1 74107 089 9 http://eprints.qut.edu.au/archive/00002410/   12. CIRAC and SGS Economics and Planning, Mapping Queensland’s Creative Industries: Economic Fundamentals, 2005, (Creative Industries Research and Applications Centre, Brisbane, 2005),ISBN: 1 74107 088 0 http://eprints.qut.edu.au/archive/00002425/   13. Higgs, Peter and Cunningham, Stuart (2007) Australia’s Creative Economy: Mapping Methodologies. http://eprints.qut.edu.au/archive/00006228/   14. Higgs, Peter L. and Cunningham, Stuart and Pagan, Janet D. (2007) Australia’s creative economy: Basic evidence on size, growth, income and employment. Technical Report, Faculty Research Office, CCI. http://eprints.qut.edu.au/archive/00008241/   15. Higgs, Peter L. and Cunningham, Stuart and Pagan, Janet D. (2007) Australia’s creative economy: Definitions of the segments and sectors. Technical Report, Faculty Research Office, CCI. http://eprints.qut.edu.au/archive/00008242/   16. Higgs, P., Cunningham, S. and Bakhshi, H. Beyond the creative industries: mapping the creative economy in the United Kingdom, NESTA, London (January 2008), http://www.nesta.org.uk/assets/pdf/beyond_creative_industries_report_NESTA.pdf   17. Pagan, Janet D. and Cunningham, Stuart D. and Higgs, Peter L. (2008) Getting Creative in Healthcare: The contribution of creative activities to Australian healthcare. Technical Report, Creative Industries, ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation. http://eprints.qut.edu.au/archive/00014757/   18. Haukka, S., Brow, J., Hearn, G.N. & Cunningham, S.D. (2009). 60Sox Report Volume 1: from education to work in Australia’s digital content industries. The opinions and practices of aspiring creatives in the creative industries. QUT ; Australian Research Council ; Institute for Creative Industries and Innovation, Brisbane, Queensland.   19. Haukka, S., Hearn, G., Brow, J. & Cunningham, S. (2010). From education to work in Australia’s creative digital industries : comparing the opinions and practices of employers and aspiring creatives. QUT ; Australian Research Council ; Institute for Creative Industries and Innovation, Brisbane, Queensland.   20. Higgs, P.L., Freebody, S.P., Anderson, P. & Cunningham, S. (2010). What’s your other job: a census analysis of arts employment in Australia. Australia Council for the Arts, Sydney, N.S.W, Australia.   21. O’Connor, J., Cunningham, S. & Jaaniste, L. (2011). Arts and creative industries: An Australian conversation. Australia Council for the Arts. http://www.australiacouncil.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/85553/Arts_and_creative_industries_FINAL.pdf   22. Bell, J., Frater, B., Butterfield, L., Cunningham, S., Dodgson, M., Fox, K., Spurling, T., & Webster, E. (2014). The role of science, research and technology in lifting Australian productivity. Report for the Australian Council of Learned Academies, http://www.acola.org.au. 170pp. http://www.acola.org.au/PDF/SAF04Reports/SAF04%20Role%20of%20SRT%20in%20lifting%20Aus%20Productivity%20FINAL%20REPORT.pdf   23. Verhoeven, D., de Costa, V., Martinez, A., Ryan, M.D., & Cunningham, S. (2014). Australian Screen Producers Survey: Online Interactive. http://screenproducersurvey.com/   24. Ryan, M.D., Cunningham, S., & Verhoeven, D. (2012). 2nd Australian Producer Survey 2012: Understanding Australian Screen Content Producers: Wave 2. Australian Producer Survey, (pp.1-118). Brisbane: ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation     Reference Entries, Book review   Cunningham, S., and Potts, J. (2012). Cultural Industries. In M. Juergensmeyer, & H.K. Anheier, (Eds), Encyclopedia of Global Studies. Sage.   Cunningham, S. (2012). Michaels, E.P. 1948-88, Australian Dictionary of Biography 2012 Vol 18.   Cunningham, S. (2011). Paul Stoneman: Soft innovation: economics, product aesthetics and creative industries, Oxford University Press, ISBN-10: 0199572488, Journal of Cultural Economics (J Cult Econ) (2011) 35:241–245.     Book Parts and Chapters

  1. Cunningham, S. (forthcoming 2015). You’re hot then you’re cold: Creative industries policy making’s unfinished agenda. In L. Andersen (Ed.), Creative Business in Australia. Sydney: UTS ePress.
  1. Banks, J. & Cunningham, S. (forthcoming 2015). Games production in Australia: Adapting to Precariousness. In M. Curtin & K. Sanson (Eds.), Precarious Creativity: Global Media, Local Labor. University of California Press.
  1. Bakhshi, H., Cunningham, S. & Mateos-Garcia, J. (2015). Public Policy for the Creative Industries. In C. Jones, M. Lorenzen, & J. Sapsed (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Creative Industries. Oxford University Press, pp. 465-485.
  1. Cunningham, S., & Potts, J. (2015). Creative Industries and the Wider Economy. In C. Jones, M. Lorenzen, & J. Sapsed, (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Creative Industries. Oxford University Press, pp. 387-404.
  1. Cunningham, S. & Silver, J. (2015). Studying Change in Popular Culture: A “middle-range” Approach. In T. Miller (Ed.), Routledge Companion to Popular Culture (pp. 149-158). New York: Routledge.
  1. Cunningham, S. (2014). Creative Labour and its Discontents: A Reappraisal. In G. Hearn, R. Bridgstock, B. Goldsmith, & J. Rodgers (Eds.), Creative Work beyond the Creative Industries: Innovation, Employment and Education (pp. 25-46). London: Edward Elgar.
  1. Bridgstock, R., & Cunningham, S. (2014). Graduate Careers in Journalism, Media and Communications within and outside the Sector: Early Career Outcomes, Trajectories and Capabilities. In G. Hearn, R. Bridgstock, B. Goldsmith, & J. Rodgers (Eds.), Creative Work beyond the Creative Industries: Innovation, Employment and Education, (pp.226-244). London: Edward Elgar.
  1. Ryan, M. D., Goldsmith, B., Cunningham, S., & Verhoeven, D. (2014). The Australian Screen Producer in Transition. In A. Spicer, A. T. McKenna, & C. Meir (Eds.), Beyond the Bottom-Line: The Producer in Film and Television Studies, (pp.125-142). London & New York: Bloomsbury.
  1. Cunningham, S. (2014). Policy and Regulation. In S. Cunningham, & S. Turnbull (Eds.), The Media and Communications in Australia (4th edition) (pp. 73-91). Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
  1. John Banks and Stuart Cunningham (2013), ‘Games/entertainment software’, in Ruth Towse and Christian Handke (eds), Handbook of the Digital Creative Economy, London: Edward Elgar, 416-427.
  1. Stuart Cunningham, Popular Media as Public ‘Sphericules’ for Diasporic Communities, in Laurie Ouellette (ed), The Media Studies Reader, Routledge, 2013, pp. 541-549.
  1. Terry Flew and Stuart Cunningham 2012, Creative Industries after the First Decade of Debate, in Terry Flew, ed, Creative Industries and Urban Development: Creative Cities in the 21st Century, Abingdon, Routledge, 68-78.
  1. Cunningham, S. 2012, ‘The Creative Cities Discourse: Production and/or Consumption?’ in Helmut K. Anheier and Yudhishthir Raj Isar, Eds, Cities, Cultural Policy and Governance, The Cultures and Globalization Series, Volume 5, Thousand Oaks CA, Sage, 111-121.
  1. Jon Silver, Stuart Cunningham and Mark David Ryan 2012, ‘Mission Unreachable: How Jaman is shaping the future of On-line Distribution’, in Dina Iordanova and Stuart Cunningham eds, Digital Disruption: Cinema Moves Online St Andrews, St Andrews Film Studies, 133-142.
  1. Stuart Cunningham and Jon Silver 2012, ‘On-line Film Distribution: Its History and Global Complexion’, in Dina Iordanova and Stuart Cunningham eds, Digital Disruption: Cinema Moves Online St Andrews, St Andrews Film Studies, 33-66.
  1. Stuart Cunningham and Luke Jaaniste, ‘The Policy Journey toward Education for the Creative Economy’, in Education in the Creative Economy: Knowledge and Learning in the Age of Innovation, eds Daniel Araya and Michael A. Peters, Peter Lang, 2010, pp. 27-42.
  1. Stuart Cunningham 2010, ‘The creative industries idea’ and ‘Renovating research and policy on creative industries and innovation’ in The QUT Creative Industries Experience, QUT Publications, pp. 18-19, 29-32.
  1. Stuart Cunningham and Graeme Turner, ‘The Media in Australia Today’, Stuart Cunningham and Graeme Turner (eds) 2010, The Media and Communications in Australia 3rd ed, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, pp. 1-11.
  1. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Policy’, in Stuart Cunningham and Graeme Turner (eds) 2010, The Media and Communications in Australia 3rd ed, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, pp. 31-48.
  1. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Bullish Creative Industries and the Bear Market’, After the Crunch edited by Wright, Newbigin, Kieffer, Holden and Bewick ISBN 978 086355 624 1 April 2009.
  1. Stuart Cunningham ‘Reinventing television: the work of the ‘innovation’ unit’, in Graeme Turner and Jinna Tay (eds), Television Studies after TV, Routledge 2009, pp.83-92.
  1. Stuart Cunningham and Jason Potts, ‘New economics for new media’, Mobile Technologies: from Telecommunications to Media (eds Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth) Routledge 2009, pp. 131-142
  1. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Political and media leadership in the age of YouTube’, in Paul t’Hart and John Uhr (eds), Public Leadership: Perspectives and Practices, Canberra: ANU E-Press 2008, pp. 177-186. http://epress.anu.edu.au/anzsog/public_leadership/pdf/whole_book.pdf
  1. Stuart Cunningham, ‘From creative industries to creative economy’, in Knowledge Policy: Challenges for the 21st Century (edited by Greg Hearn and David Rooney), Edward Elgar, 2008, pp. 70-82.
  1. Mark David Ryan, Michael Keane, Stuart Cunningham. 2008. Australian Indigenous Art: Local Dreamings, Global Consumption. In The Cultural Economy, Helmut K. Anheier and Yudhishthir Raj Isar, London and Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 284-291.
  1. Cunningham, Stuart, John Banks, and Jason Potts. 2008. Cultural Economy: The Shape of the Field. In The Cultural Economy, Helmut K. Anheier and Yudhishthir Raj Isar, London and Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, pp. 15-26.
  1. Stuart Cunningham, Mark David Ryan, Michael Keane and Diego Ordonez, ‘Financing creative industries in developing countries, in Diana Barrowclough and Zeljka Kozul-Wright (eds), Creative Industries and Developing Countries: Voice, choice and economic growth, London and New York: Routledge 2008, pp. 65-110
  1. Stuart Cunningham, Chinese translation of ‘Creative Enterprises’, in Creative Industries (ed John Hartley), Tsinghua University Press, 2007, pp. 231-243.
  1. Hartley, J. Keane, M. and Cunningham. C (2007) ‘The Queensland Model: Connecting business enterprise, education, research and development and cultural production and exhibition in a creative industries cluster’, in Zhang Xiaoming and Hu Huilin (eds.) The Blue Book of China’s Cultural Industries 2007. Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, pp. 358-368.
  1. S. Cunningham, “Australia – A Creative Economy”, in E. Probyn, S. Muecke and A. Shoemaker (eds), Creating Value: Humanities and Their Publics (The Australian Academy of the Humanities: Canberra, 2006), pp. 33-41.
  2. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Policy’, in Cunningham and Turner (eds) The Media and Communications in Australia 2nd ed (St Leonards: Allen &Unwin 2006), pp. 43-63.
  1. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Knowledge and Cultural Capital’, in Rooney, David, Hearn, Greg and Ninan, Abraham (eds) Knowledge Economy Handbook, (London: Edward Elgar, 2005), pp. 93-101.
  2. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Culture, Services, Knowledge: Television between policy regimes’, in Janet Wasko (ed), A Companion to Television, (Blackwell, Malden. MA, 2005), pp. 199-213.
  1. Ryan, Mark David, Keane Michael and Cunningham Stuart, ‘From remote ‘outback’ beginnings to cultural export phenomenon: A case study of finance and the internationalisation of Indigenous Australian visual art’, forthcoming in Rhonda Breit & Jan Servaes (eds.) Information Society or Knowledge Societies? UNESCO in the Smart State, (Penang, Southbound Publications, 2005) pp. 93-110.
  2. Stuart Cunningham, Cutler Terry, Hearn Greg, Ryan Mark David, Keane Michael, ‘From “Culture” to “Knowledge”: An Innovation Systems Approach to the Content Industries’, in Accounting for Culture: Thinking Through Cultural Citizenship eds Caroline Andrew, Monica Gattinger, M. Sharon Jeannotte, Will Straw, (Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press, 2005), pp. 104-123.
  3. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Creative Enterprises’, in John Hartley (ed), Creative Industries, (Blackwell, Malden MA, 2005), pp. 282-298.
  4. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Neighbours’, Encyclopedia of Television. 4 vols. Ed. Horace Newcomb. (New York: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2004). 2nd edition, pp. 1623-1627.
  5. Stuart Cunningham, ‘The humanities, creative arts and the innovation agenda’, Innovation in Australian arts, media and design: Fresh Challenges for the Tertiary Sector, eds Rod Wissler, Brad Haseman, Sue-Anne Wallace, & Michael Keane (Flaxton: Post-Pressed, 2004), pp. 221-232.
  6. Flew, Terry and Cunningham Stuart, ‘Australian Television (Australia’s SBS: Multicultural Television’, Contemporary World Television, eds John Sinclair and Graeme Turner, (London: BFI Publishing, 2004), pp. 63-66.
  7. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Popular Media as public ‘sphericules’ for diasporic communities’ in Robert C. Allen and Annette Hill (eds), The Television Studies Reader, Routledge, (London and New York, 2004), pp. 151-161.
  1. Cunningham, S., 2003, ‘The Creative Industries’, in Shifting Foundations: The Collected Papers of the Designing Futures Forum, (Craftwest: Centre for Contemporary Craft and Design, 2003), Perth, pp 31-35.
  2. Cunningham, S. and Nguyen, T. ‘Actually Existing Hybridity: Vietnamese diasporic music video’, in Karim H. Karim (ed), The Media of Diaspora, (London and New York: Routledge, 2003) pp. 119-132.
  3. Cunningham, S., ‘Cultural Studies from the Viewpoint of Cultural Policy’, in Justin Lewis and Toby Miller (eds) Critical Cultural Policy Studies: A Reader, Malden MA, Blackwell Publishing, 2003), pp. 13-22.

44. Cunningham, S. and Flew, T., ‘Policy’, in Toby Miller ed. Television Studies, (BFI Publishing, 2002), pp. 50-53.

  1. Cunningham, S., ‘Theorising the Diasporic Audience’, eds Mark Balnaves, Tom O’Regan and Jason Sternberg Mobilising the Audience (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 2002), pp. 266-282.
  1. Goldsmith, B., Thomas, J., O’Regan, T. and Cunningham, S. ‘Asserting Cultural and Social Regulatory Principles in Converging Media Systems’, in Marc Raboy (ed), Global Media Policy in the New Millennium (London: University of Luton Press,2002), pp. 93-109.
  1. Cunningham, S. and Flew, T., ‘Policy’, in Cunningham, S. and Turner, G. (eds), The Media and Communications in Australia 3rd ed (St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, 2002), pp. 48-61.
  2. Turner, G. and Cunningham, S., ‘The media and communications in Australia today’, Ch 1 in Cunningham, S. and Turner, G. (eds), The Media and Communications in Australia 3rd ed (St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, 2002), pp. 3-20.
  3. Cunningham, S. and Sinclair, J., ‘Diasporic Media and Public “Sphericules”’, in Karen Ross (ed), Black Marks: Minority Ethnic Audiences and Media, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001), pp. 177-194.

50. Flew, T. and Cunningham, S., ‘Thank you very much and good night: media’, in C. Shiel (ed), Australia: Global Perspectives (Kensington: University of New South Wales Press, 2001).

  1. Sinclair, J., Jacka, E. and Cunningham, S. ‘Peripheral Vision’, in Frank J. Lechner and John Boli (eds), The Globalisation Reader (Malden MA and Oxford: Blackwell, 2000), pp. 301-06.
  1. O’Regan, T. and Cunningham, S., ‘Marginalised Audiences’, in Turner, G. and Cunningham, S. (eds), The Australian TV Book (St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, 2000), pp. 201-212.
  2. Cunningham, S., ‘History, Context, Politics, Policy’, in Turner, G. and Cunningham, S. (eds), The Australian TV Book (St Leonards: Allen & Unwin, 2000), pp. 13-32.
  3. Cunningham, S and Nguyen, T., ‘Popular Media of the Vietnamese Diaspora’, in Cunningham, S. and Sinclair, J. (eds), Floating lives: The media and Asian diasporas (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 2000) pp. 91-135.
  4. Sinclair, J. and Cunningham, S., ‘Diasporas and the Media’, in Cunningham, S. and Sinclair, J. (eds), Floating lives: The media and Asian diasporas (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 2000) pp. 1-34.
  5. Cunningham, S., ‘Theorising the Diasporic Audience’, eds Mark Balnaves, Tom O’Regan and Jason Sternberg Mobilising the Audience (St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 2002), pp. 266-282.
  6. Cunningham, S., Hawkins, G., Yue, A., Nguyen, T. and Sinclair, J., ‘Multicultural broadcasting and diasporic video as public sphericules’, in Denise Meredyth and Jeffrey Minson (eds), Citizenship and Cultural Policy: statecraft, markets and community (London: Sage, 2001), 139-153.
  7. Cunningham, S., ‘The Force-Field of Melodrama’, in Robert Stam and Toby Miller (eds), Film Theory: An Anthology (Malden MA: Blackwell, 2000), pp. 191-206
  1. Cunningham, S. and Flew, T., ‘Dewesternizing Australia? Media Systems and Cultural Coordinates’, in Curran, J. and Park, Mjung-Jin (eds), Dewesternizing Media Studies (London: Routledge, 2000), pp. 237-248.
  2. Cunningham, S., Hawkins, G., Yue, A., Nguyen, T. and Sinclair, J., ‘Multicultural broadcasting and diasporic video as public “sphericules”‘, in Denise Meredyth and Jeffrey Minson (eds), Citizenship and Cultural Policy (London: Sage, 1999).
  3. Cunningham, S., ‘Cultural Studies from the Viewpoint of Cultural Policy’, in Ann Gray and Jim McGuigan (eds), Studying Culture: An Introductory Reader 2nd ed. (London: Edward Arnold, 1998), pp. 306-318 (Ch 28).
  4. Cunningham, S., Jacka, E. and Sinclair, J., ‘Regional Dynamics’, in Thussu, D. (ed), Electronic Empires: Global Media and Local Resistance (London: Hodder Headline/Arnold, 1998).
  5.  Cunningham, S., ‘Floating lives: multicultural broadcasting and diasporic video in Australia’ in Kevin Robins (ed.) (1997), Programming for People: From Cultural Rights to Cultural Responsibilities. Report Presented by RAI-Radiotelevisione Italiana in association with the European Broadcasting Union, pp. 118-126.
  6. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘Neighbourly Relations? Cross-Cultural Reception Analysis and Australian Soaps in Britain’, in Sreberny-Mohammadi, A., Winseck, D., McKenna, J. and Boyd-Barrett, O. (eds), Media in Global Context: A Reader (London: Arnold/Hodder Headline, 1997), Ch. 25, pp. 299-310.
  7. Cunningham, S. and Flew, T., ‘Media Policy’, in Woodward, D., Parkin, A., and Summers. J. (eds), Government, Politics, Power and Policy in Australia 6th Edition (Melbourne: Longman Cheshire, 1997), pp. 468-485.
  8. Cunningham, S., ‘International Television Program Markets’ in Newcomb, H. (ed), Museum of Broadcast Communications Encyclopedia of Television  Vol 2 G-P (Chicago and London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1997), pp. 831-2.
  9. Cunningham, S., ‘Neighbours’ in Newcomb, H. (ed), Museum of Broadcast Communications Encyclopedia of Television  Vol 2 G-P (Chicago and London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1997), pp. 1148-51.
  10. Cunningham, S., ‘Australian Production Companies’, in Newcomb, H. (ed), Museum of Broadcast Communications Encyclopedia of Television  Vol 1 A-F (Chicago and London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1997), pp. 121-6.
  11. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘Globalisation and Australian television: Local and foreign audiences’, in Ericksen, H. (ed) The Media’s Australia (Parkville: The Australian Centre, University of Melbourne, 1996), pp. 88-101.
  12. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘From cultural protection to culture industries: Shifts in the ecological rhetoric of Australian television’, in Ericksen, H. (ed) The Media’s Australia (Parkville: The Australian Centre, University of Melbourne, 1996), pp. 3-16.
  1. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘Chapter 7: Australian Television in World Markets’, in Sinclair, J., Jacka, E. and Cunningham, S. (eds), New Patterns in Global Television: Peripheral Vision (London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1996).
  2. Sinclair, J., Jacka, E. and Cunningham, S. ‘Chapter 1: ‘Peripheral Vision’, in Sinclair, J., Jacka, E. and Cunningham, S. (eds), New Patterns in Global Television: Peripheral Vision (London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1996).
  3. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘National Reports: Australia’, in Bertelsmann Foundation and European Institute for the Media (eds), Television Requires Responsibility: International Studies on the Structural factors ensuring responsible television Vol 2 (Gütersloh: Bertelsmann Foundation Publishers, 1995), pp. 25-67.
  4. Cunningham, S., ‘Australian Film’, in Kuna, F. and Turner, G. (eds), Studying Australian Culture: An Introductory Reader (Hamburg: Verlag Dr. Kovac, 1994), pp. 287-300.
  5. Cunningham, S., ‘A Policy Primer for Our Times’, in Albert Moran (ed), Film Policy: An Australian Reader (Brisbane: Institute for Cultural Policy Studies, 1994), pp. 49-58.
  6. Cunningham, S., ‘Diversity: Rhetoric and Reality’, in Schultz, J. (ed), Not just another Business: The Media, Democracy and Citizenship (Sydney: Pluto Press, 1994), pp. 115-130.
  7. Cunningham, S. ‘Part 2: Television’ and ‘Part 6: Media Futures’, in Cunningham, S. and Turner, G. (eds), The Media in Australia: Industries, Texts, Audiences (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1993).
  8. Cunningham, S. and Turner, G., ‘Part 1: The Media in Australia Today’, in Cunningham, S. and Turner, G. (eds), The Media in Australia: Industries, Texts, Audiences (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1993).
  9. Cunningham, S., ‘Style, Form and History in Australian Mini-Series’, in Frow, J. and Morris, M. (eds), Australian Cultural Studies: A Reader (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1993), pp. 117-132.
  10. Cunningham, S., ‘Cultural Scenarios for Pay TV’, in Moran, A. (ed.), Stay Tuned: An Australian Broadcasting Reader (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1992), chapter 33.
  11. Cunningham, S., ‘The Reflected Splendour of their Success: Chauvel Makes Sons of Matthew‘, in Bruce Molloy and Jonathan Dawson (eds), Queensland Images (St. Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1990).
  12. Cunningham, S., ‘The Decades of Survival: Australian Film 1930-1970′, in Albert Moran and Tom O’Regan (eds.), The Australian Screen (Ringwood: Penguin, 1989).
  13. Cunningham, S., ‘Textual Innovation in the Australian Historical Mini-Series’ in John Tulloch and Graeme Turner (eds), Australian Television: Programs, Politics and Pleasures (Sydney: Allen and Unwin, 1989).
  14. Cunningham, S., ‘Disaggregating Landscape and Nation in Chauvel’, in Paul Foss (ed.), Island In the Stream (Sydney: Pluto Press, 1988).
  15. Cunningham, S., ‘Negotiating the Difference: the Chauvel School of Scenario Writing’, in Tom O’Regan and Brian Shoesmith (eds), History in/and/on Film (Perth: History and Film Association W.A., 1987), pp.81-89.
  16. Cunningham, S., ‘Hollywood Genres, Australian Movies’, in An Australian Film Reader (eds. Albert Moran and Tom O’Regan) (Sydney: Currency Press, 1985), pp.235-241.

  Refereed Articles

  1. Ruth Bridgstock and Stuart Cunningham 2016, The Creative Labour Debate and Creative Arts Graduate Careers, International Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol. 22, No.1, forthcoming.

 

  1. Cunningham, S. (2015), The new screen ecology: A new wave of media globalisation? Communication Research and Practice, forthcoming.
  1. Cunningham, S. (2015), ‘Repositioning the innovation rationale for public service media’, International Journal of Digital Television, 6: 2, pp. 203–220, doi: 10.1386/jdtv.6.2.203_1
  1. Cunningham, S. & Flew. T. (2015). Reconsidering media economics. Media Industries Journal Vol 2, No 1, pp. 1-18.
  1. Cunningham, S. (2014). ‘MIA’ – Musings in Appreciation. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy, 150, 26-28.
  1. Cunningham, S. (2013). We need to talk about … Economics. InterAsia Cultural Studies, 14(3), 442-446.
  1. Cunningham, S. (2012). Emergent innovation through the co-evolution of informal and formal media economies. Television and New Media, 13(5), 415-430.
  1. Cunningham, S., & Bridgstock, R. (2012). Say goodbye to the fries: Graduate careers in media, cultural and communication studies. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy, 145, 6-17.

  1. Ben Goldsmith, Stuart Cunningham and Julian Thomas, Convergence and Australian Content: The Importance of Access, Media International Australia 144, August 2012, pp. 13-18.
  1. Cunningham, S., Emergent innovation through the co-evolution of informal and formal media economies Television and New Media, 13(5), 2012, 415–430. DOI: 10.1177/1527476412443091
  1. Cunningham, S., ‘Developments in Measuring the Creative Workforce’, Cultural Trends, 20(1), 2011, 25–40
  1. Cunningham, S. (2010) ‘Aligning communication, cultural and media studies research and scholarship with industry and policy: Australian instances’, Media International Australia No 136 August, p13-19.
  2. Cunningham, S., Silver, J. & Zhao, E. (2010) ‘Chindia: Innovation in Online Film Distribution’, Global Media and Communication, vol 6, p303-308.
  3. Cunningham, S., Silver, J. & McDonnell, J. (2010) ‘Rates of Change: Online distribution as disruptive technology in the film industry’, Media International Australia No 136 August, pp.119-32.
  4. Cunningham, S. & Potts, J. (2010) ‘Four models of the creative industries’, Revue d’Economie Politique (REP) 120 (1) (Janvier-Fevrier 2010), pp. 164-180.
  5. Cunningham, S. & Flew, T. (2010) ‘Creative Industries After the First Decade of Debate, The Information Society special issue ‘Creative Industries and Urban Development’ 26(2), 2010, pp. 113-123
  1. Cunningham, S. (2010) ‘Review Essay: Schumpeter, Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy’, International Journal of Cultural Policy Vol 16, No 1, February 2010, pp. 20-22.
  2. Cunningham, Stuart (2009), ‘Under great pressure, a diamond is being formed: The SBS over time’, Media International Australia No 133, November 2009, pp. 15-18.
  3. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Trojan Horse or Rorschach Blot? Creative industries discourse around the world’, International Journal of Cultural Policy Vol 15, No 4, 2009.
  4. Stuart Cunningham and Peter Higgs, ‘Measuring Creative Employment: Implications for Innovation Policy’, Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, Volume 11 Issue 2, 2009, pp. 190-200.
  5. Pagan, J., Cunningham, S. and Higgs, P. ‘Getting creative in health care’, Media international Australia No 132, August 2009, pp. 78-92.
  6. Stuart Cunningham, ‘My “middle way” media studies’, TV and New Media Vol 10, No 1, January 2009, pp. 43-45.
  1. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Creative industries as a globally contestable policy field’, Chinese Journal of Communication, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2009, pp. 13-24.
  2. Stuart Cunningham, ‘The parallel universes of innovation policy and creative industries policy, and the growing convergence between them, or ‘so you want us to stop trying to find the cure for cancer and start funding reality TV?’, Cultural Science 1, No. 1, 2008 http://cultural-science.org/journal/index.php/culturalscience/article/view/8/20
  1. Stuart Cunningham, ‘University and Discipline Cluster Ranking Systems and the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences’ UNESCO-CEPES journal, Higher Education in Europe, issue no. 2-3/2008, vol. 33, July-October, pp. 245-258.
  2. Potts J.,  Hartley J., Banks J., Burgess J., Cobcroft J., Cunningham S.; Montgomery L. (2008) ‘Consumer co-creation and situated creativity’ Industry & Innovation, 15(5): 459-74.
  3. Jason Potts, Stuart Cunningham, John Hartley and Paul Ormerod, ‘Social network markets: a new definition of the creative industries’, Journal of Cultural Economics Volume 32, Number 3, September, 2008, pp. 167-185.
  1. Jason Potts and Stuart Cunningham, ‘Four models of the Creative Industries’, International Journal of Cultural Policy, vol 14, no 3 (2008), pp. 233-247.
  2. Peter Higgs and Stuart Cunningham, ‘Creative Industries Mapping: Where have we come from and where are we going?’ Creative Industries Journal Vol 1, No. 1, 2008, pp. 7-30.
  3. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Australia’s innovation system out of kilter’, Australian Universities Review Vol 49, nos 1/2, 2007
  4. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Political Economy and Creative Industries Policy’, UNESCO Observatory Refereed e-Journal, Vol. 1, No.1 http://www.abp.unimelb.edu.au/unesco/ejournal/pdf/creative_industries_02.pdf
  1. Stuart Cunningham, ‘Creative industries as policy and discourse outside the United Kingdom’, Global Media and Communication, Vol. 3, No. 3 December 2007, pp. 347-352.
  2. Stuart Cunningham, ‘The Creative Economy: Patterning the Future’, Dialogue: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia Vol 26/1, 2007, pp.15-23.
  3. Debra Beattie, Stuart Cunningham, Richard Jones, Oksana Zelenko, ‘“I use online so the counsellors can’t hear me crying”: Creating design solutions for online counselling’, MIA No 118, February 2006, pp. 43-52.
  4. Keane, Michael, Ryan, Mark David and Cunningham, Stuart, ‘Worlds apart? Finance and investment in creative industries in the People’s Republic of China and Latin America’, Telematics and Informatics, vol. 22, Issue 3, (2005), pp 309–331.
  5. Hearn, G., Cunningham, S., and Ordonez, D. ‘Commercialization of knowledge in universities: The case of creative industries’, Prometheus Vol 22, No. 2, June, (2004), pp. 189-200.
  6. Hearn G Ninan A Rogers I Cunningham S, Luckman S, ‘From the Margins to the mainstream: Creating value in Queensland’s Music Industry’, MIA 112, August (2004), 101-114.
  7. Cunningham, S, Cutler T Hearn G Ryan M Keane M. ‘An Innovation Agenda for the creative industries: where is the R&D?’, MIA, 112, August (2004), 174-185.
  1. Cunningham, S. The creative industries after cultural policy: A genealogy and some possible preferred futures. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(1), (2004) 105—116.
  2. Cunningham, S., Hearn, G. and Jones, J. ‘Smart State is also Creative State: Opportunities for Queensland in the Creative industries’, Queensland Review 10, No. 1 May, (2003) pp. 29-36.
  3. Cunningham, S., and Glover, S. The New Brisbane’, Artlink Vol. 23, No. 2 June, (2003) pp. 16-23.
  4. Cunningham, Stuart (2002) “Culture, services, knowledge or “Is content King, or are we just drama Queens?” Communications Research Forum, 2-3 October 2002, see http://www.dcita.gov.au/crf/papers02/cunningham.pdf
  5. Cunningham, S. ‘From Cultural to Creative Industries: Theory, Industry, and Policy Implications’ Culturelink Special issue 2001 Institute for International Relations, Zagreb, Croatia, (2002), pp. 19-32.

44. Cunningham, S., ‘From Cultural to Creative Industries: Theory, Industry, and Policy Implications’ Media Information Australia Incorporating Culture & Policy, No 102, February, (2002) pp.54-65.

  1. Cunningham, S., ‘Popular Media as public ‘sphericules’ for diasporic communities’, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol. 4, No. 2 (2001).
  2. Cunningham, S., Hawkins, G., Yue, A., Nguyen, T. and Sinclair, J., ‘Multicultural broadcasting and diasporic video as public sphericules’, in Denise Meredyth and Jeffrey Minson (eds), American Behavioural Scientist Vol 43, No. 9 (June/July 2000), pp. 1533-1547.
  3. Cunningham, S. and Romano, A., ‘W(h)ither media influence?’, Media International Australia No 95, (May 2000).
  4. Cunningham, S., ‘Documentary: Globalisation of the Real’, Metro Nos 121/122 (2000), pp. 40-44.
  5. Sinclair, J. and Cunningham, S., ‘Go With the Flow: Diasporas and the Media’, TV and New Media Vol. 1, No. 1 (February 2000), pp. 11-31.
  6. Cunningham, S. and Nguyen, T., ‘The Popular media of the Vietnamese Diaspora’, Media International Australia No 91, (May 1999), pp. 125-147.
  7. Cunningham, S. and Nguyen, T., ‘Popular media of the Vietnamese Diaspora’, Javnost The Public (Journal of the European Institute for Communication and Culture) Vol. VI, No. 1, (1999), pp. 71-91.
  8. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘The Continued relevance of the ‘national’ as a site for Progressive Policy Making’, Javnost The Public Vol. 5, No.4 (1998), pp. 80-84.
  9. Cunningham, S., ‘Multicultural broadcasting and diasporic video in Australia’, Southern Review 31, No.1 (1998), pp. 88-95.
  10. Cunningham, S. ‘Influences on the idea of media “influence”‘, Metro No 111 (1997), pp. 31-34.
  11. Cunningham, S. ‘Community Broadcasting and Civil Society’, Metro No 110 (1997), pp. 21-25.
  12. Sinclair, J., Jacka, E. and Cunningham, S., ‘Peripheral Vision: world regional television markets in the satellite age’, INTERCOM-Revista Brasileira de Comunicacåo, Sao Paulo, 19, No. 2, (July-December, 1996), pp. 13-22.
  13. Sinclair, J., Jacka, E. and Cunningham, S., ‘Mercados regionales de televisión en la era de los satélites: Una visión periférica de la comunicación global’, Telos (FUNDESCO, Madrid) No. 47, (September-November 1996), pp. 37-43.
  14. Cunningham, S. and Finn, M., ‘Media Theory and the Internet’, Media International Australia No. 81 (May 1996), pp 84-92.
  15. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘The Role of Television in Australia’s “Paradigm Shift” to Asia’, Media, Culture and Society  Vol 18, No. 4 (October 1996), pp. 619-637.
  16. Cunningham, S. ‘Foreword’ to Framing (Post-Colonial) Cultures, Southern Review Vol. 28, No. 3 (November 1995), pp. 269-72.
  17. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘Australian Television Exports: Post-Fordism and Internationalisation’, Media Information Australia No.76 (May 1995), pp. 47-57.
  18. Cunningham, S., ‘Willing Wonkers at the Policy Factories’, Media Information Australia No.73 (August 1994), pp. 4-7.
  19. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘Neighbourly Relations? Cross-Cultural Reception Analysis and Australian Soaps in Britain’, Cultural Studies Vol. 8, No. 3 (October 1994), pp. 509-526.
  20. Cunningham, S., ‘Regionalism in Audiovisual Production: The Case of Queensland’, Queensland Review 1, No. 1 (June 1994), pp. 47-54.
  21. Cunningham, S. and Ritchie, J., ‘An Ersatz Asian Nation? The ABC in Asia’, Media Information Australia No.71 (February 1994), pp. 46-54.
  22. Cunningham, S. and Miller, T., ‘Tomorrow’s Television’, Metro No. 96 (Summer 1993/94), pp. 19-25.
  23. Cunningham, S. and Jacka, E., ‘VR/WR: Mysteries of the Organisation’, Cinema Papers No. 96 (December 1993).
  24. Jacka, E. and Cunningham, S., ‘Australian Television – An International Player?’ Media Information Australia No.70 (November 1993), pp. 17-27.
  25. Cunningham, S., ‘Re-Framing Culture’, Arena Magazine Issue 7, (October/November 1993), pp. 33-35.
  26. Cunningham, S., ‘A Tale of Two Cultures’, Aesthetex: Australian Journal of Arts Management 1, No.1 (Summer 1992), pp. 61-64.
  27. Cunningham, S., ‘The Magnificent Ambersons: Deep Focus, The Long Take and Psychological Representation’, Continuum: An Australian Journal of the Media  Vol.7, No.1 (1992).
  28. Cunningham, S., ‘The Cultural Policy Debate Revisited’, Meanjin 51, No. 3 (Spring 1992), pp. 533-542.
  29. Cunningham, S., ‘A Neverending Story? Past, Present and Future in the TV Violence Debate’, Media Information Australia No.64 (May 1992), pp. 67-72.
  30. Cunningham, S., ‘A Policy Primer for Our Times’, Media Information Australia No. 63 (February 1992), pp. 33-42.
  31. Cunningham, S., ‘TV Violence: The Challenge of Public Policy for Cultural Studies’, Cultural Studies Vol.6, No.1 (Spring 1992), pp. 97-115.
  1. Cunningham, S., ‘Cultural Studies from the Viewpoint of Cultural Policy’, Meanjin (Nos.2 and 3/1991), pp.423-436.
  2. Cunningham, S., ‘Television and National Culture: New Approaches, Few Answers?’ Media Information Australia No.60 (May 1991), pp.55-63.
  3. Cunningham, S., ‘Docker: Criticism, Policy, History’, Media Information Australia No.59 (February 1991), pp.27-30.
  4. Cunningham, S., ‘Cultural Theory and Broadcasting Policy: Some Australian Observations’, Screen  32, No.1 (Spring 1991), pp.79-93.
  5. Cunningham, S., ‘Cultural Frames for Pay Television’, Media Information Australia No.58 (November 1990), pp.94-105.
  6. Cunningham, S., ‘Update: May 1990′, Continuum 4, No.1 (1990), pp.189-92.
  7. Cunningham, S., ‘Figuring the Australian Factor’, Culture and Policy 2, No.1 (1990), pp.47-56.
  8. Cunningham, S., ‘To Pay or Not to Pay?’ Media Information Australia No.55 (February 1990), pp.33-34.
  9. Cunningham, S., ‘Pay TV: Co-ordination, Convergence and Culture’, Media Information Australia No.55 (February 1990), pp.28-33.
  10. Cunningham, S., ‘Style, Form and History in Australian Mini-Series’, Southern Review 22, No.3 (November 1989), pp.315-330.
  11. Cunningham, S., ‘Television and Violence: From Critique to Policy’, Australian Journal of Communication No.16 (1989), pp.87-100.
  12. Cunningham, S., ‘Cultural Critique and Cultural Policy: Handmaiden or No Relation?’, Media Information Australia No.54 (November 1989), pp.7-12.
  1. Cunningham, S., ‘To Go Back and Beyond’, Continuum 2, No. 1 (1989), pp 159-164.
  1. Cunningham, S., ‘Appollonius and Dionysius in the Antipodes’, Photofile 6, No.2 (1988).
  1. Cunningham, S., ‘Style, Form and History in Australian Mini-Series’, Filmviews No. 136 (Winter 1988), pp.30-36.
  2. Cunningham, S. and Harley, R., ‘Scandal to the Jews, Folly to the Pagans: A Treatment for Hail Mary’ Continuum 1, No.2 (1987), pp.31-44.
  3. Cunningham, S., ‘Australian Cinema Studies: Writing the Revival’, Media Information Australia No.45 (August 1987), pp.38-43.
  4. Cunningham, S., ‘Nascent Innovation: Notes on Some Australian Features of the 1950s’, Continuum 1, No.1 (1987), pp.93-99.
  5. Cunningham, S., ‘Charles Chauvel, The Last Decade’, Continuum: An Australian Journal of the Media 1, No.1 (1987), pp.26-46.
  6. Cunningham, S. and Harley, R., ‘The Logic of the Virgin Mother – A Discussion of Hail Mary Screen 28, No.1 (Winter 1987), pp.62-76.
  7. Cunningham, S., ‘Jewel in the Crown’, Filmnews May 1987, p.8-9.
  8. Cunningham, S., ”The Sentimental Age’: Chauvel, Melodrama, Nationality’, Framework Nos. 30/31 (1986) pp.40-59.
  9. Cunningham, S., ‘Onward Christian Soldiers’, Filmnews (November 1985), p.6.
  1. Cunningham, S., ‘The Text in Film History’, Australian Journal of Screen Theory Nos. 17/18 (1985), pp.34-48.
  1. Cunningham, S., ‘The Insistence of the Latter: Referentiality in Contemporary Cultural Theory’, Australian Journal of Cultural Studies 2, No. 2 (December, 1984), pp.114-123.
  2. Cunningham, S., ‘The Dismissal and Australian Television’, in The Dismissal: Perspectives (North Ryde: Australian Film and Television School, 1984), pp.1-6.
  3. Cunningham, S., ‘The Dismissal in Circulation’, Australian Journal of Cultural Studies 1, No.2 (December 1983), pp.83-90.
  4. Cunningham, S., ‘Good Timing: Bad Timing‘, Australian Journal of Screen Theory Nos. 15/16 (1983), pp.100-112.
  5. Cunningham, S., ‘Australian Film History and Historiography’, Australian Journal of Cultural Studies 1, No. 1 (May 1983), pp.122-127.
  6. Cunningham, S., Crofts, S. and Lawson, S., ‘Twilight of the Gods, or History as Biopic’, Filmnews (April-May 1983), pp.10-11.
  7. Cunningham, S. and O’Regan, T., ‘Starstructure’, Filmnews (March 1983), pp.12-13.
  8. Cunningham, S., ‘The Look and its Revocation: Wiseman’s Primate’, Australian Journal of Screen Theory Nos. 11/12 (1982), pp.86-95.
  9. Cunningham, S., ‘Reading the Bible’, Interchange No. 30 (1982), pp.47-59.
  10. Cunningham, S., ‘Stock Shock and Schlock’, Enclitic Nos. 5:2/6:1 (Fall 1981/Spring 1982), pp.166-171.
  11. Cunningham, S., ‘Direct and Concrete Cinema’, On Film no. 11 (1981).
  12. Cunningham, S., ‘The ‘Force-Field’ of Melodrama’, Quarterly Review of Film Studies 6, No. 4 (Fall 1981), pp.347-364.
  1. Cunningham, S., ‘Tense, Address, Tendenz: Questions of the Work of Peter Watkins’, Quarterly Review of Film Studies 5, No. 4 (Fall 1980), pp.501-518.
  2. Cunningham, S., ‘Some Problems of Feminist Literary Criticism’, Journal of Women’s Studies in Literature 1, No.2 (Spring 1979), pp.159-178.
  3. Cunningham, S., ‘Australian Film’, Australian Journal of Screen Theory Nos. 5/6 (1978), pp.36-47.
  4. Cunningham, S., ‘Towards a Critique of Francis Schaeffer’s Thought’, Interchange: Papers on Biblical and Current Questions No. 24, (1978), pp.205-221.
  5. Cunningham, S., ‘Sylvia Plath: A Bibliography’, Hecate: A Women’s Interdisciplinary Journal, 1, No.2 (1975) pp.94-112.
This information has been contributed by Distinguished Professor Stuart Cunningham.

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Grants and projects (Category 1: Australian Competitive Grants only)

Title
Australian screen content in primary, secondary and tertiary education: uses and potential
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
LP130100031
Start year
2014
Keywords
Meida Studies, Australian Curriculum, Australian Screen Content
Title
Informal Economies and Audiovisual Industries: Histories, Dynamics, Legal and Policy Responses
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
DP110101455
Start year
2011
Keywords
Media Industries, Film, Television, Video, Cultural Economy, Piracy
Title
The Games and the Wider Interactive Entertainment Industry in Australia: An Inquiry into Sources of Innovation
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
LP100200056
Start year
2011
Keywords
Media Industries, Games Industry, Artists and Innovation, Participatory Culture
Title
Actually Existing Innovation
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
Start year
2010
Keywords
Creative, Economy, Innovation
Title
Evolutionary Economics of Creative Industries
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
Start year
2010
Keywords
Evoluntionary, Economics, Creativity
Title
Global Cultural Futures
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
Start year
2010
Keywords
Global, Cultural, Futures
Title
Promoting Youth Wellbeing Through Participatory Digital Media: A Multidisciplinary Assessment Of The Mental Health Outcomes Of Cyber-Participation
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
LP0884097
Start year
2009
Keywords
Creative Industries, Media Participation, Participatory Digital Media, Youth Participation, Youth Wellbeing, National Wellbeing
Title
Developing a creative ecology as a community of practice: The pathway from training to profession in the digital content industries. (Sixty Sox)
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
LP0669617
Start year
2007
Keywords
New Media, Creative Arts, Training Environments, Professionalisation, Communities of Practice, Online Ecologies,
Title
Investigating Innovative Applications of Digital Media for Participatory Journalism and Citizen Engagement in Australian Public Communication
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
LP0669434
Start year
2007
Keywords
journalism, media, citizenship, Internet, electronic democracy, peer to peer online publishing,
Title
Creative Industries Development
Primary fund type
CAT 1 - Australian Competitive Grant
Project ID
Start year
2006
Keywords

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