Ms Susan Angel
|Phone:||+61 3 990 47180|
|Fax:||+61 3 990 26359|
|Office:||902-165, Berwick Campus|
Susan Angel specialises in online journalism, convergence, radio broadcasting and software packages for audio online and radio journalism.
As an ex- ABC radio news reporter her teaching interests include radio news, digital story-telling, modes and narratives for journalism convergence and community radio. Her current research centres on colonial/post colonial media histories in Australia and Pacific.
In 2011 Susan worked on audio/oral history projects in the central Australian desert. In 2010 she taught at the University of Papua New Guinea on a Go8/ANU collaborative project in Port Moresby.
Susan has a degree in Communications majoring in Journalism and Politics from Canberra University; Research Masters in Writing from University of Technology Sydney and she is currently a PhD candidate at Macquarie University, Sydney in the School of Media, Music and Cultural Studies.
Susan's most recent radio work is a radio feature for ABC Radio National Hindsight: Re-tracing the Tragedy Track - a return journey along the Tanami Track.
Susan is currently completing her PhD with the School of Media, Music and Cultural Studies, Faculty of Arts at Macquarie University, Sydney.
- Angel, S. "Pretty fly for a white guy: audio repatriation to Arnhem Land." Scan (Sydney): Journal of Media Arts Culture 6 .3 (2010): 1-12
- Angel, S. "Radio writes back: Challenging media stereotypes of race and identity." Pacific Journalism Review 14 .2 (2008): 123-140
- 2012: Multi-media collaborative project with Valerie Napuljarri Martin from Yuendumu, Homelands: Valerie Napuljarri Martin talks about Wakurlpa, ABC Open