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Q&A with John Tidmarsh, Author of After Alexander: The Hellenistic and Early Roman Periods at Pella in Jordan

Q&A with John Tidmarsh, Author of After Alexander: The Hellenistic and Early Roman Periods at Pella in Jordan
Dr John Tidmarsh is a specialist in the Hellenistic period, with extensive archaeological experience especially at Pella in Jordan and Jebel Khalid in Syria, as well as Nea Paphos in Cyprus and Torone in Greece. He was formerly President of the University of Sydney's Near Eastern Archaeology Foundation and is currently Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens.

Q&A with Gay Hawkins and Ben Dibley, Authors of Making Animals Public: Inside the ABC’s natural history archive

Q&A with Gay Hawkins and Ben Dibley, Authors of Making Animals Public: Inside the ABC’s natural history archive
Ben Dibley is a visiting fellow at Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University, Australia. Gay Hawkins is an Emeritus Professor at...

Q&A with Richard Twine, Author of The Climate Crisis and Other Animals

Q&A with Richard Twine, Author of The Climate Crisis and Other Animals
Dr Richard Twine is Reader in Sociology and Co-Director of the Centre for Human-Animal Relations (CfHAS), Edge Hill University, UK.

Q&A with Georgia Curran, editor of Vitality and Change in Warlpiri Songs

Q&A with Georgia Curran, editor of Vitality and Change in Warlpiri Songs
Georgia Curran is an anthropologist who has undertaken collaborative projects in Warlpiri communities since 2005. She is currently a research fellow at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney.

Meet the Team: How Did We Get Into Publishing?

Meet the Team: How Did We Get Into Publishing?
Getting started in the publishing industry can seem like a daunting feat, with many different areas and roles to choose from. There are different branches including trade, education, academic, scholarly and scientific publishing etc.  There are also a number of divisions in publishing that are often not as visible as the roles of publisher or editor. These range from sales, marketing, production, publicity, product, digital, legal, finance and more.

Q&A with Paul Eggert and Chris Vening, editors of The Letters of Charles Harpur and his Circle

Q&A with Paul Eggert and Chris Vening, editors of The Letters of Charles Harpur and his Circle

Chris Vening is an independent researcher in Australian colonial culture and a major contributor to the Charles Harpur Critical Archive.

Paul Eggert FAHA is Professor Emeritus at Loyola University Chicago and the University of New South Wales. He is a scholarly editor, book historian and editorial theorist.

Your Publishing Questions Answered!

Your Publishing Questions Answered!
In December of 2023, we ran a social media questionnaire asking what SUP followers have always wanted to know about publishing. Read the SUP Q&...

Q&A with Neville Ritchie, author of Archaeology and History of the Chinese in Southern New Zealand During the Nineteenth Century

Q&A with Neville Ritchie, author of Archaeology and History of the Chinese in Southern New Zealand During the Nineteenth Century
Dr Neville A. Ritchie is an archaeological heritage consultant. Prior to his retirement in 2018 he worked for over three decades as a technical adv...

Q & A with Jamie Reilly and Jingdong Yuan, editors of Engaging China

Q & A with Jamie Reilly and Jingdong Yuan, editors of Engaging China
Jamie Reilly is an Associate Professor in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney. He has been a Jean ...

Q & A with Julia Horne and Matthew A.M. Thomas, editors of Australian Universities

Q & A with Julia Horne and Matthew A.M. Thomas, editors of Australian Universities
Julia Horne is Professor of History at the University of Sydney. She works on the history and politics of Australian higher education, and her publ...

Q & A with Genevieve Campbell, author of The Old Songs are Always New

Q & A with Genevieve Campbell, author of The Old Songs are Always New
Genevieve Campbell has worked with senior Tiwi singers in musical collaboration since 2007. Her recent Sydney University Fellowship at the Sydney C...

Q & A with John Bradley, Amanda Kearney and Liam M. Brady, co-authors of Jakarda Wuka (Too Many Stories)

Q & A with John Bradley, Amanda Kearney and Liam M. Brady, co-authors of Jakarda Wuka (Too Many Stories)
John Bradley is Associate Professor at the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, Monash University. He has worked alongside Indigenous communities in t...