Dr Tully Barnett is an interdisciplinary researcher investigating ways of valuing arts and culture beyond econometrics and digitisation as a cultural practice. She works in the fields of cultural policy, digital humanities and literary studies and co-author of What Matters? Talking Value in Australian Culture (2018) with Julian Meyrick and Robert Phiddian.
EditorialThe experiences of regional Australia are unique. This issue of M/C Journal solidifies some of the understandings of the experiences of living, working, creating, researching or thinking in, or through, regional Australia. Our work explores regional cultural constructions of these places, spaces, and identities, as well as of the communities that breathe...Read more