Dr Joanna McIntyre

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Dr Joanna McIntyre


Teaching areas

  • Screen Studies
  • Media Studies
  • Film Theory
  • Film History
  • Cultural Studies

Research areas

  • cinema and television
  • queer and transgender representation
  • celebrity
  • Australian culture

Program coordinator


Dr Joanna McIntyre was awarded a PhD in Media and Cultural Studies from The University of Queensland (2014). She is passionate about teaching Screen and Media Studies, and has taught in these fields for many years. Joanna has published peer-reviewed articles on, and her research interests include, celebrity, cinema and television, queer and transgender representation, and Australian culture.

Professional memberships

  • Australia and New Zealand Communication Association (ANZCA)
  • Australian Women's and Gender Studies Association (AWGSA)
  • Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand (FHAANZ)
  • Screen Studies Association of Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand (SSAAAZ)


  • Post-Completion Fellowship, The School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland, September 2014–September 2015
  • School of English Media Studies and Art History (EMSAH) Postgraduate Teaching Award, The University of Queensland, 2012
  • Competitive bursary awarded from the University of Sydney: 'Remembering Eve Sedgwick: The Beginnings, Present and Future of Queer Theory' symposium, August 2009
  • Australian Postgraduate Award, The University of Queensland, 2008–2011

 Research grants

Project name Investigators Funding body Year Focus
Applying a connectedness learning model at USC to develop a networked approach to lifelong graduate employability MJ de Villiers Scheepers (lead), Ben Goldsmith, Mark Sayers, Peter English, Gail Crimmins, Joanna McIntyre USC Commissioned Learning and Teaching Grant: Graduate Employability (A$30,000) 2017


This project applies an OLT connectedness learning model (Bridgstock, 2016) at USC in selected disciplines to assess students' current social network capabilities and implement action plans to improve these capabilities, thereby enhancing students’ employability and USC’s engagement with relevant stakeholder groups.

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