David Nolan is Senior Lecturer in Media and Communications. His work focuses on journalism studies and the changing role played by media in social and political relations. He recently led a Centre for Advancing Journalism research project focussing on the question of how media representations of Sudanese Australians might be improved.
His work has been published in numerous leading international journals, and he is also on the editorial board of the journal Communication, Politics and Culture.
Among his current research projects is work that focuses on the problem of understanding contemporary change in journalism in an historical light; critical analysis of media transformation in contemporary China; and the role performed by media in the politics and practice of contemporary humanitarianism.
Hackademia: Where Theory and Practice Collide
Andrew Dodd, Margaret Simons, Sally Young, David Nolan, Jock Given, Scott Wright
Neighbourhood Watch: Reporting on the Asia-Pacific
Mary-Louise O'Callaghan, David Nolan, Liam Fox, Jo Chandler, Stefan Armbruster