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Tara Brabazon

Tara Brabazon is the Professor of of Education and Head of the School of Teacher Education at Charles Sturt University. Her research interests in popular cultural studies include sport, popular music, creative industries initiatives, city imaging, multiculturalism and education. She has published seven books, Tracking the Jack, Ladies who Lunge, Digital Hemlock, Liverpool of the South Seas, From Revolution to Revelation, Playing on the Periphery and The University of Google Her eighth book, The revolution will not be downloaded is published by Chandos in January 2008. She is a previous winner of a National Teaching Award for the Humanities and a former finalist for Australian of the Year.

Author's website: Tara Brabazon's home page

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