Antonio, Amy Brooke
I completed my PhD at Deakin University in 2011, using a combination of feminist and psychoanalytic methodologies to analyse representations of women in Renaissance literature. I am currently employed as a Research Associate at the University of Southern Queensland, looking at the use of digital curation tools for cultivating information literacy skills. Drawing on my background in Elizabethan and Jacobean literature, this article will argue that the femme fatale can be re-imagined on the Renaissance stage.
ArticlesThis article aims to throw new light on the representation of women who cook as necessarily perpetuating a domestic ideology in which women are confined to the home. Traditionally, cookbooks written by women have disseminated both cooking information and rules and practices for running an effective household, which have contributed to the ideologies that underpin female domestic practice....Read more
ArticlesThis article argues that digital curation—the art and science of searching, analysing, selecting, and organising content—can be used to promote the development of digital information literacy skills among higher education students. Rather than relying on institutionally approved journal articles that have been pre-ordained as suitable for a...Read more