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So I’d say there was a complete break really, we might even call it a rupture, between that kind of work and the quasiprofessional ethos that pervades practice-based education in Australian universities now. You worked at the Communications Law Centre in Sydney, after the move from Griffith, and then went to Queensland University of Technology. Do you see any major continuities in your work across the various institutions with which you have been involved? I think it’s well known in Australian media and communication cultural studies that everyone’s got their favourite periods of Cunningham’s career, and it’s always something before the present!
You’re writing initially some articles on Classical Hollywood film, and then I remember – because our offices were quite near each other – great bundles of TV Weeks and TV Times coming in for you to set about transcribing the credits for various Australian TV dramas. You shift to TV studies, which is a field in which you make your reputation. I blundered into beginning to write a few pieces, “20,000 Years in Sing Sing” in an early issue of the Australian Journal of Screen Theory, and I also published at least one thing on the western and the 1970s in Lumiere.
She was a practitioner who’d probably never bothered reading a book about media and communications in her life. To be fair, many of the books that were then available were not that interesting. After she retired, John Galloway was appointed at Macquarie to teach media and media audiences. John Tulloch came there in the early 1980s at about the same time that Gunther Kress went to the NSW Institute of Technology, which became University of Technology, Sydney. Philip Bell was already at Macquarie.