Bronwyn Lovell

Bronwyn Lovell

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Humanities

Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics

Dr Bronwyn Lovell is a poet, essayist and science fiction scholar researching the roles of women in space narratives. Her essays have been published by the journal of Science Fiction Film and Television, the National Gallery of Victoria, and The Conversation. Her poetry has appeared in Best Australian Poems, Meanjin, Southerly, Cordite, and other journals. She has won the Val Vallis Award and been shortlisted for the Judith Wright, Fair Australia, Newcastle, Bridport, and Montreal prizes. She has an Executive Certificate in Space Studies from the International Space University and teaches creative writing at the University of South Australia.

  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2021 Lovell, B. (2021). Out of Breath: Timely Issues and Old Gender Tropes in Seth Larney's 2067. Metro Magazine, (208), 30-35.
    2019 Lovell, B. (2019). Cosmic careers and dead children: Women working in space in Aliens, Gravity, Extant and the Cloverfield Paradox. Science Fiction Film and Television, 12(1), 73-102.
    Lovell, B. (n.d.). Sex and the Stars: The Enduring Structure of Gender Discrimination in the Space Industry. Journal of Feminist Scholarship, 18(18).

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