School of Humanities
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
Dr. Brydie Kosmina is an expert in feminist literary studies, history, philosophy, and activism, popular culture studies, and has extensive experience teaching across a wide range of literary and cultural studies courses. Her first single-authored scholarly monograph is currently in press with Palgrave Macmillan, due to be published in mid-2023. This monograph will expand current discussions of the intersections of feminist activism, popular culture, and memory cultures, exploring these ideas through the figure of the witch and her status as a central commanding figure of feminist action. Brydie has a strong and diverse teaching record, teaching at multiple universities in Australia, across both literary and cultural studies departments, and across a very broad range of course subjects and levels.
Year Citation 2022 Kosmina, B., Caines, R., & Roberts, S. (2022). The Problem with ‘Post-’. Lilith: A Feminist History Journal, 28, 3-10.
2022 Unknown Title (2022). Unknown Journal, 28.
2021 Kosmina, B. (2021). “It’s Not a Natural Thing”: Situating Twin Peaks: The Return within the Anthropocene. Journal of Popular Culture, 54(5), 966-986.
2020 Kosmina, B. (2020). Feminist temporalities: memory, ghosts, and the collapse of time. Continuum, 34(6), 901-913.
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Year Citation 2023 Kosmina, B. (2023). Feminist Afterlives of the Witch. Springer International Publishing.
Year Citation 2021 Kosmina, B. (2021). Re-Remembering the Past: Hauntological Feminist Memories of Salem in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (2018). In A. K. H. Ho (Ed.), The New Witches: Critical Essays on 21st Century Television Portrayals. McFarland.
Dr. Brydie Kosmina has convened, lectured, taught, and marked across a range of courses at all levels in the English, Creative Writing, and Film department since 2018.
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