Dr Tully Barnett

Lecturer in English

College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

Research expertise

Dr Tully Barnett is an interdisciplinary researcher looking at digitisation as a cultural practice, the value of arts and culture beyond metrics, economics and spillovers, and in the field of digital humanities

Research expertise

Dr Tully Barnett is an interdisciplinary researcher looking at digitisation as a cultural practice, the value of arts and culture beyond metrics, economics and spillovers, and in the field of digital humanities

place Humanities Building (236)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Tully Barnett is a Lecturer in English in the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences. She is a Research Fellow for the ARC Linkage project Laboratory Adelaide: The Value of Culture looking for qualitative and quantitative methodologies for measuring and reporting the intangible and non-financial benefits of cultural activities, institutions and events, with collaborators Julian Meyrick and Robert Phiddian. She serves on the advisory board of the Australasian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres (ACHRC) and the executive committee of the Australasian Assocation of Digital Humanities (aaDH).

Qualifications

PhD, BA (Hons)

Research expertise
Creative Arts
Creative industries
Cultural policy
Cultural studies
Cultural value
Digitisation
Literary studiesĀ 
Research interests

Cultural policy

Cultural value

Creative Enterprise

Contemporary literature

Digital humanities

Reading

Cultures and technologies of reading in the twenty-first century

Twenty-first centure literatures

Topic coordinator
ENGL1102 Literary Interpretations
Supervisory interests
Arts organisations
Contemporary literature
Cultural policy
Cultural value
Digital Humanities
Higher degree by research supervision
Current
Associate supervisor: cultural value (1), Creative Writing (3)
Publications