Travis Holland

PhD, Course Director, Communication and Creative Industries/Lecturer and Researcher in Communication and Digital Media, Dr

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20122019

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Travis Holland is a Lecturer in Communication and Digital Media and a Course Director at Charles Sturt University, Australia. Before joining CSU, he lectured and tutored at the University of Wollongong, Australia, in communication and media studies for several years. Travis's undergraduate honours thesis, called 'Television Nations,' examined the appearance of national identity in The Simpsons. Travis's PhD dissertation applied Actor-Network Theory to media networks in three New South Wales local government areas. His writing, teaching, and research includes work on fan studies, politics, digital media, television, and local government.

Research Interests

  • Local government
  • Media as it relates to place and space
  • Fan communities

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy (Communication), University of Wollongong

20132017

Award Date: 17 Jul 2017

Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies (Hons)/Bachelor of Arts (Politics), University of Wollongong

20092012

External positions

Interim Project Manager: Critical Digital Literacies, University of Wollongong

2016

PASS Evaluation Officer, University of Western Sydney

2015

Academic, University of Wollongong

20132016

Social Media and Web Assistant, University of Wollongong

20122014

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