About

Dr Ariella Van Luyn is a Lecturer, Writing, in the Department of English at James Cook University. She completed her practice-led PhD in Creative Writing in 2012. Her PhD investigates the dialogue between fiction writing and oral history practice in Australia. The novel emerging from the PhD, titled Hidden Objects, was shortlisted for the Queensland Literary Awards 2012, in the Unpublished Manuscript Category.

Her peer-reviewed articles have been published in the OHAA Journal, Ejournalist and Text. Her creative writing is published in M/C JournalRex, The Lifted Brow and Voiceworks. Ariella is currently chair of the editorial board of the Oral History Association of Australia Journal and co-edits LiNQ

Interests
Professional
  • Best practice in collecting oral histories in the community
  • Engaging the community through book clubs
Research
  • Practice-led research in Creative Writing
  • The dialogue between Oral History theory and methodology and Creative Writing
  • Ethnographic Fiction based on oral history interviews
Teaching
  • Developing industry-relevant practices in Creative Writing, Professional Writing and Editing
  • Blended learning in Literary Studies and Creative Writing
Experience
  • 2012 - Research Assistant: Blended Learning in Literary Studies, Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane)
  • 2012 - Student Ambassador, Widening Partcipation Program, Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane)
  • 2009 to 2012 - Sessional Academic, Creative Writing, Creative Industries, Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane)
  • 2009 to 2012 - Research Assistant, Digital Stories and Oral Histories, Queensland University of Technology (Brisbane)
Socio-Economic Objectives
Honours
Awards
  • 2011 - Vice-Chancellor's Performance Award, Queensland University of Technology
Memberships
  • 2013 - Blended Learning Community of Practice, JCU
  • 2009 - President, Oral History Association of Australia, Queensland Branch (2011-2012) Workshop Officer, Oral History Association of Australia, Queensland Branch (2013-)
Other
  • 2013 - Co-editor, LiNQ
  • 2010 - Chair, Editorial Board, Oral History Association of Australia Journal
Publications

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ResearchOnline@JCU stores 32+ research outputs authored by Dr Ariella Van Luyn from 2010 onwards.

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These Higher Degree Research projects are either current or by students who have completed their studies within the past 5 years at JCU. Linked titles show theses available within ResearchOnline@JCU.

Current
  • No Woman is an Island: Humour, Ethics and Identity in the Australian Regional Family Memoir (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • Stillbirth: How Can You Explore the Connections Between Creativity, Spirituality and Transformative Growth After Stillbirth Grief Using a Story Writing Approach? (PhD , Secondary Advisor)
  • Bones and Shadows: Navigating the Ethics of Recovering Women's Stories Using Imagination, Memory and Oral Histories (PhD , Primary Advisor)
  • Shadows in the Cane: Reconstructing History Through Fiction to Responsibly Reimagine and Make Accessible the 1930s History of Cassowary Coast Migrant Sugar Workers. (PhD , Primary Advisor)
Completed
  • The Arachnophobe Poet as Natural Historian: Connecting Poetic Practice with the More-Than-Human World (2017, PhD , Secondary Advisor)

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