Dr Amanda Third
2006, PhD, Communication and Cultural Studies, Curtin University of Technology
1995, Italian (Hons), University of Western Australia
1994, BA, University of Western Australia
1990, BA, Environmental Design (Architecture), University of Western Australia
2009, Medal for Early Career Research Achievement, Murdoch University
2006, Chancellor’s Commendation for Outstanding Doctoral Research, Curtin University
Third, A. 2009, ‘Reframing the “Whiteness” of US Feminism: The 1960s Social Protest Movement, Radical Feminism, and the Abjection of Whiteness’, in, Dubinsky, K., Krull, C., Lord, S., Mill, S. and Rutherford, S. (eds.), New World Coming: The Sixties and the Shaping of Global Consciousness (opens in a new window), Toronto: Between the Lines Books.
Third, A. and Richardson, I. 2009, ‘Cultural Phenomenology and The Material Culture of Mobile Media’, in, Vannini, P. (ed.), Material Culture and Technology in Everyday Life: Ethnographic Approaches (opens in a new window), New York: Peter Lang, pp 145-156.
Third, A. and Kao, K. 2007, ‘Leapfrogging: ICT Policy and Development in the “Third World”’, in, Quigley, M. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Information Ethics and Security (opens in a new window), New York: IGI Global, pp 326-334.
Third, A. 2006, ‘Feminist Terrorists/Terrorist Feminists: Tracking the Rise of the Violent Feminist Threat’ in Scarparo, S. (ed.), Violence and Popular Culture, Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp 67-88.
Third, A. 2006, ‘Does the Rug Match the Carpet? Race, Gender and the Redheaded Woman’, in, Negra, D. (ed.), The Irish in Us: Irishness, Performativity and Popular Culture, Durham: Duke University Press, pp 220-253.
Third, A. and Vardoulakis, D. (ed.), [In development], ‘The Prison Effect’, Special Issue of Boundary 2.
Third, A. and de Bruyn, D. (eds.), 2009, Animation Studies (Special Australasian Conference Issue), Valencia, CA: Society for Animation Studies, California Institute of Arts.
Third, A. and Richardson, I. (under consideration), ‘Convergence, Specificity, Affordance: Emerging Micro- and Macro-Practices of Hybrid Media Engagement’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.
Third, A. and Fitch, K. (forthcoming 2010), ‘Working Girls: Resituating the Gendering of the Public Relations Industry’ (opens in a new window), Prism.
Third, A. 2010, ‘Imprisonment and Excessive Femininity: Reading Ulrike Meinhof’s Brain’, Parallax, 16(4): 83-100.
Third, A. and de Bruyn, D., 2009, ‘An Animated Dialogue: The State of Play in Australasian Animation Studies’, Animation Studies.
Third, A. 2009, ‘Saving the World From Banality: Animated Superheroes and the Everyday Post-9/11’, Animation Studies.
Third, A., Richardson, I. and McColl, I. 2007, ‘Moblogging and Belonging: New Mobile Phone Practices and Young People’s Sense of Social Inclusion’, DIMEA 2007: Second International Conference on Digital Interactive Media in Entertainment and Arts, 73-78.
Third, A. 2006, ‘Shooting from the Hip: Valerie Solanas, the SCUM Manifesto, and the Apocalyptic Politics of Radical Feminism’, Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women’s Liberation, 32(2): 104-132.
Third, A., Pickering, P. and Wilson, D. 2004, ‘Media, Secrecy and Guantanamo Bay’, Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 16(1): 79-84.
Third, A. and Pickering, S. 2003, ‘Castrating Conflict: Gender(ed) Terrorists and Terrorism Domesticated’, Social Alternatives, 22(2): 8-15.
Third, A. 2002, ‘Nuclear Terrorists: Patty Hearst and the Terrorist Family’, Hecate: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women’s Liberation, 28( 2): 82-99.
Third, A. 2000, ‘”Your Sons and Your Daughters Are Beyond Your Control”: Patty Hearst, Terrorism, State Violence and Brainwashing’, in, Espak, G. T and Toth, S. (eds.), Third Annual Curtin Humanities Postgraduate Research Conference Proceedings 1999, Western Australia: Black Swan Press, pp 51-59.
Third, A. 1999, ‘Valerie Solanas: Ultimate Female Terrorist’, in, Brian Dibble (ed.) Second Curtin Humanities Postgraduate Student Conference Proceedings 1998 (Perth, Western Australia: Humanities Graduate Research and Studies of Curtin University, 1999), pp. 63-73.
Third, A. 2010, ‘Imprisonment and Excessive Femininity: Reading Ulrike Meinhof’s Brain’, Australian Women’s and Gender Studies Association (AWGSA) National Conference, Flinders University, Adelaide.
Third, A. 2010, ‘Young People, Technology and Wellbeing: Harnessing the Potential of Technology to Enable Young People and Build Resilience’, International Youth Mental Health Conference [Invited Plenary Speaker].
Third, A. 2010, ‘Redefining Safety in an Age of Social Networking: Evaluating the Livewire Online Community’, Navigating the Maze: Cybersafety and Wellbeing Solutions for Schools, 4th Biennial National NCAB Conference, University of Melbourne.
Third, A. 2009, ‘Connecting, Supporting and Empowering Young People Living with Chronic Illness and Disability: The Livewire online community’, Starlight Children’s Foundation Board and Livewire Team, Sydney and Melbourne.
Third, A. 2009, ‘Terrorist Time: Terrorism, Modernity and the Everyday’, Cultural Mediations Workshop, Carleton University, Ottawa [Invited presentation].
Third, A. 2009, ‘Imprisonment and Excessive Femininity: Reading Ulrike Meinhof’s Brain’, Colloquium co-sponsored by the Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature and the Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis [Invited presentation].
Third, A. 2009, ‘Reframing the “Whiteness” of US Feminism: The 1960s Protest ‘Movement’, Radical Feminism, and the Abjection of Whiteness’, Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Colloquium, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis [Invited presentation].
Third, A. 2009, Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Colloquium, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis [Invited presentation].
Third, A. 2009, ‘Terrorist Time: Terrorism, Modernity and the Apocalyptic Implosion of Modernity’, Communications Program, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology Sydney [Invited presentation].
Third, A., Richardson, I. and Lidberg, J. 2008, ‘Cybercrap and Technoghosts: Mapping the Tensions Between Utopian and Dystopian Cultural Attitudes Towards Online and Network Engagements’, Futures: Cultural Studies Association of Australasia National Conference, Annual National Conference co-hosted by Murdoch University, Curtin University, Edith Cowan University, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
Third, A. 2008, ‘Abjecting Whiteness: The “Movement”, Radical Feminism and the Politics of Genocide’, Crossroads In Cultural Studies: Seventh International Conference, University of the West Indies, Kingston.
Third, A. and Richardson, I. 2010, Analysing the Impacts of Social Networking for Young People Living with Chronic Illness, a Serious Condition or a Disability: An Evaluation of the Livewire Online Community, Report prepared for the Starlight Children’s Foundation.