CV (at November 2016)

Contact

Queensland University of Technology
Musk Avenue
Q, 4059
Phone (wk): 617-3138-8186
Email: p . graham [at] qut [dot] edu [dot] au

Qualifications

PhD 2001 Qld University of Technology (QUT)
MBus (Communication Studies) 1999 QUT
GradDip (Communication) with Distinction 1998 QUT

Honours and Awards

QUT Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Award (2012)
University of Waterloo Outstanding Performance Award (2005)
University of Queensland Foundation Research Excellence Award (2003)
Canada Research Chair in Technology and Communication, University of Waterloo (2002).
Distinguished Researchers Award, Canada Foundation for Innovation (2002)
UQ Business School Award for Research Excellence (2002)
UQ School of Management award for research scholarship, (2000)

Competitive Grants Awarded

Australian Research Council

DP0877133 Creative Suburbia: A Critical Evaluation of the Scope for Creative Cultural Development in Australia's Suburban and Peri Urban Communities
Investigators: A/Prof Terry Flew, Prof Philip William Graham, Dr Mark Nicholas Gibson, Dr Christy Collis
Organisation: Queensland University of Technology: First funded 2008.

DP0877802 New media voices in the Australian values debate
Investigators: Prof Philip William Graham, Prof Carmen Luke, Dr Christina Louise Spurgeon, Dr Katie Weir, Dr Elizabeth Ferrier
Organisation: Queensland University of Technology - First year funded: 2008

LP0883643 Sustainable Selves: A New Assessment Model for Marginalised Secondary Students
Investigators: Prof Allan Luke, Prof Valentina Klenowski, Prof Philip William Graham, Dr Andrew William Brader
Organisation: Queensland University of Technology - First year funded: 2008

LP0989403 Remote Music Interactions Through Online Networks.
Investigators: Prof Andy Colin Frank Arthurs, Prof Julian David Knowles, Prof Philip William Graham, A/Prof Cushla Kapitzke, Mr David Phillip Evans, Ms Margaret Evelyn Moore
Organisation: Queensland University of Technology: First year funded 2010

LP0668357 Mapping the missing grassroots: ethnographic action study of local grassroots broadband content (co) creation and consumption. ($AU270,000 over 3 years). Dr Jo Ann Tacchi, Dr Axel Bruns, Dr David Rooney, Dr Elizabeth Ferrier, Ms Alison (Sal) Humphreys, Philip William Graham. Awarded 2005. First funded 2006.

SR0567263 Development of Tool Interfaces and Data Standards for Enabling Remote Secondary Analysis of Qualitative Data ($AU81,000 over 1 year). Dr Andrew Edward Smith, Mr Baden Matthew Hughes, Dr David Rooney, Prof Philip William Graham, Dr Deborah Anne Mitchell, Prof Michael Stephenson Humphreys, Prof Cindy Gallois, A/Prof Helen Joletta Chenery. Awarded 2004. First year funded 2004.

LP0348790 Building sustainable social capital in new communities. ($AU1.8 million – 3 years)
Investigators: Mr Bruce David Muirhead, Dr Jim McLelland Cavaye, Mr Andrew Jones, Dr Lynda Anne Herbert-Cheshire, Prof Geoffrey Alan Lawrence, Prof Helen Patricia Bartlett, Dr Philip William Graham. Awarded 2004. First year funded: 2005.

LE0346446 Australian Creative Resources Archive ($AU512, 000 over 1 year)
Investigators: Dr Philip Graham, Prof Gregory Hearn, Dr David Rooney, Prof Jeffrey Jones, Prof Cindy Gallois, Dr Tom Mandeville, Mr Tom Worthington, Mr Bruce Muirhead
Organisation: The University of Queensland. Awarded Sept 2002. First year funded: 2003.

SSHRC (Canadian Federal Funding) and Canada Foundation for Innovation

Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Communication and Technology. University of Waterloo Faculty of Arts. Canada Research Chairs Program ($CA500,000 over 5 years). P. Graham.
Awarded Sept 2002. First year funded: 2004.

CFI 201531  Canadian Centre for Cultural Innovation. Canada Foundation for Innovation, and Ontario Innovation Trust. Distinguished Researchers Award. ($CA359,000 over 1 year).
Awarded Sept 2002. First year funded: 2004.

Other competitive grants

DP0559510 Enhancing Design Potentials for Broadband Environments: An interdisciplinary study of new content development in Australia and Canada. ESRG ($AU35,000 over 1 year). P. Graham and D. Rooney. Funded by UQ External Support Enabling Grant program after being placed on the ARC’s Discovery Reserve list for 2004. First year funded 2005.

2004 Australian Creative Resources Online: Enhancing communication research infrastructure capacity. UQ Major Research Infrastructure Grant ($106,000 over 1 year). Phil Graham, David Rooney, Elizabeth Ferrier, Jan Servaes, Peter Freebody, Cushla Kapitzke, Ralf Muhlberger.
Awarded 2004. First year funded 2005.

2003 Australian Creative Resources Online (ACRO). UQ Research Infrastructure Block Grant ($276,000 over 1 year). Phil Graham, David  Rooney, Jan Servaes, Martin Hirst, John Harrison, Cindy Gallois. Awarded 2003. First year funded 2004. 

2003 UQ Foundation Research Excellence Award ($AU70,000 over 1 year). Enhancing Design Potentials for Broadband Environments: an Interdisciplinary and International Study of Broadband Content Development In Australia and Canada. Phil Graham. Awarded 2003. First funded 2004. 

 

Present Appointment

Professor of Music - QUT

Previous

2012-2016: Professor and Head of Music and Sound at QUT
2008-2011: Director: Institute for Creative Industries and Innovation.
2006-2007: Professor of Communication and Culture, QUT
2004-2006: Reader in Communication, UQ Business School
Director, Australian Creative Resources Online (ACRO).
2004 - 2005 Canada Research Chair in Communication and Technology
Director, Canadian Centre for Cultural Innovation,
Associate Director, Canadian Centre of Arts and Technology
Faculty of Arts, University of Waterloo
2002- 2004 Senior Lecturer (Communication) UQ Business School, University of Queensland
2000-2001 Lecturer (Communication) UQ Business School, University of Queensland.


1999-2000 Research scholar QUT School of Communication
Full-time doctoral research; research grant development; lecturing and tutoring on a casual basis in "new technology and society" subjects at postgraduate and undergraduate levels; tutoring on a casual basis for "theoretical perspectives on communication" at postgraduate and undergraduate levels.

1998-1999 Casual academic QUT School of Communication
Researcher, tutor, lecturer (all casual positions) at QUT in the School of Communication. As well as developing and participating in various research grants, I taught "new technology and society" subjects at postgraduate and undergraduate levels; "theoretical perspectives on communication" at postgraduate and undergraduate levels; and was responsible for developing students' abilities to conduct research in these areas. I also developed and wrote communication courses for the Faculty MBA program.

1995 - 1997 Director PNL Communications & Admax Advertising
Communication management duties including media planning; market research; organisational research; public relations; creative strategy consultancy; production of print, radio, audio; media strategy; promotions; events management; writing and production of television advertisements and corporate videos; design direct marketing items for national and international clients.

1994 - 1995 Advertising Manager Glenfords Tool Centres - (14 Stores - Qld & NSW)
Advertising management duties including cooperative subsidy program and associated market research (102 participants, national and international); publishing, design, and coordination of delivery of 500,000 thirty-two-page catalogues per quarter; placement, production, planning and direct booking of print, magazine, radio and television advertising for all stores (14 stores in 9 media regions spanning 2 States); design & construction of database to track media placements against cooperative subsidy levels, and to generate supplier and management reports; liaise and negotiate cooperative terms with suppliers' State, National, and International management.

1982 - Present: Freelance commercial music production for advertising
Production, performance and/or composition credits for clients including: Ansett Australia - Telecom Australia - Toyota - Queensland Tourism and Travel Corporation - Northern Territory Road Safety Council - Australian Anti-Smoking Lobby - Qantas - Powers Beer Budweiser Beer - Dreamworld - Seaworld - Mirage Resorts - XXXX Beer (Numerous campaigns) - London Broncos - Australia Post - Channel 9 (National) - Channel 9 News (Qld) - Channel 7 News (Qld) - Jupiters Casino - Treasury Casino - Liberal Party - Boags Beer - Stubbies Clothing Co. - Brisbane Bullets - M.I. Steel - Golden Circle - National Photographic Gallery - Queensland United Farmers - Laing & Simmons Real Estate - State of Origin Rugby League - VACC Insurance - Team Nissan - Toyworld - Peters Drumstick - Fashion Fair - Metro Nissan - Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary - Amazons Water Park - Drake International - Camping World - Queensland Mangoes - Queensland Fruit Growers - Grace Removals - Qld Canegrowers Asscn - hundreds of regional clients.

1985 - Present: Recording Industry Production Credits
Peter Wells - Everything you like tries to kill you - WEA (Pre prod)
Gyan - Reddest Red - Trafalgar/WEA (Pre production/arrangement)
The Lime Spiders - Lime Spiders - Virgin (Sessions)
Candy Harlots - Candy Harlots - WEA (Pre prod)
Hot Buttered - Sultans 2 - (Produce/compose/perform)
Skin Game - Boy Down My Street - Independent (Produce/compose/perform)
In The Flesh - Love Turned - Royal Records (Produce/engineer)
The Slow Club - The Slow Club (Virgin Records - sessions)

1982 - Present: Commercial music production and/or composition for film, television, theatre. Clients including: Flying Fruit Fly Circus (1989 season) - Production and performance of original accompanying score and technical consultant (audio design); The Australian Broadcasting Corporation - 'Catalyst' (ABC Childrens Science TV Series) - Production of theme and incidental music tracks; Mavis Bramston Productions - 'Frenchman's Farm' - Composition & Production of songs for incidental use in filmscore; Warner-Chappel Music - New Artist Development - Produce and arrange commercial music recordings for new artists; Hot Buttered Surf Company - Album and movie soundtrack released in 22 Countries; Geo Magazine - 'Birds of Australia' wildlife documentary series - Compose and produce themes, atmospherics and incidentals to a series of eight wildlife documentaries for world-wide release; Environmental Design & Construct - 'Smorgy's' animatronics Shows - Compose, produce, and environmental audio design for $AU30 million animatronics show; The Roland Corporation - Sponsorship and series of audio clinics to demonstrate the production benefits of early computer audio equipment to professional musicians.

1981 - 83: Partner Herron & Ibis Productions
Clients including: Carlton United Breweries - Write and produce series of theatre restaurant shows. Duties include scripting, musical composition, casting, direction, lighting, audio and stage design; LJ Hooker Property Management Division - Production and performance of children's shows for suburban shopping centres. Duties include scripting, casting, lighting, audio and set design; Elizabethan Restaurants - Performance & audio design for touring theatre restaurant production; Fillums Casting Agency (Director) - Casting acting talent for The Grundy Organisation, numerous advertisements, and the Qld State Theatre; Ibis Productions - Talent agency providing entertainment for Hotels, Club, and public events. Events talent coordination for the inaugural "Great Aussie Picnic" and "The Warana Festival", which were significant, government-sponsored public events at the time.

Selected professional activities

Councillor: Music Australia 2008-2016

Co-Editor: Critical Discourse Studies, Routledge/Taylor and Francis.

Editorial Advisory Board: Cultural Politics, Berg.

Editorial Advisory Board: Critical Perspectives on International Business, Emerald.

Editorial Advisory Board: Discourse & Society, Sage

Editorial Advisory Board: Pragmatics & Society, Benjamins

Editorial and Scientific Board: International Journal of Music Business Research

 

Writing

I have reset links to access QUT eprints rather than the copies on this server. You can find the ones on this server through Google. I'll get these more organised soon ...

Graham, P. (for April 2017). Strategic communication, corporatism, and eternal crisis: The Creel century. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.

Graham, P. (under review). Nice work if you can get it. Interviews in music business and industry. Berlin: Springer.

Graham, P. & Luttrell, B. (forthcoming). A rhetoric of style: Eleanor Rigby and the reordering of popular music.

Graham, P. (forthcoming). More’s Third Pun: Utopia as the place of “No”.

Graham, P. (forthcoming). Lex Talionis: A compensatory theory of talent.

Graham, P. (forthcoming). Critical concepts for creative industries.

Graham P. (Ed). (for 2017). The Ethics of Critical Discourse Analysis. Special Issue for Critical Discourse Studies.

Graham, P. (for 2017). Ethics in Critical Discourse Analysis. Critical Discourse Studies [for the special issue].

Sunderland, N., Graham, P. & Lenette, C. (2016). Epistemic communities: extending the social justice outcomes of community music for asylum seekers and refugees in Australia. International Journal of Community Music.

Graham, P. (2016). Halliday and Lemke: A comparison of contextual potentials for two metafunctional systems. Critical Discourse Studies.

Graham, P. (2016). Paradigmatic considerations for creative practice in Creative Industries research: The case of Australia's Indie 100. Creative Industries Journal.

Graham, P. (2015). Issues facing fair compensation for musicians in the era of streaming. Music Australia Music Journal.

Graham, P., Dezuanni, M., Arthurs, A., & Hearn, G. (2015). A Deweyan experience economy for higher education: The case of the Australian Indie 100 Music Event. Cultural Politics, 11 (1): 111-124.

Dezuanni, M., Arthurs, A., & Graham, P. (2015) Live from the Sydney Opera House: Remote musical interactions for teacher professional development. Australian Journal of Music Education, 1, (2015): 29-41.

Graham, P. (2014). Reimagining Creativity : Critically, Ethically, and Practically. In Reid, Alan D., Hart, E. Paul, & Peters, Michael A. (Eds.) A Companion to Research in Education. Springer Netherlands, New York, United States of America, pp. 289-292.

Graham, Philip W. (2013) Dromoeconomics. In Armitage, John (Ed.) The Virilio Dictionary. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Graham, P. & Luke, A. (2013). Critical Discourse Analysis and Political Economy of Communication: Understanding the New Corporate Order. In R. Wodak (Ed.). Sage Benchmarks in Language and Linguistics: Critical Discourse Analysis (Volume 1: Concepts, Theory, History). London: Sage: pp. 103-130.

Graham, P. (2013). Hypercapitalism: Language, New Media and Social Perceptions of Value. In R. Wodak (Ed.). Sage Benchmarks in Language and Linguistics: Critical Discourse Analysis (Volume 3: Doing CDA/Case studies). London: Sage: pp. 245-268. 

Graham, P. (2013). Australian Copyright Regimes and Political Economy of Music. In Tschmuck, P., Pearce, P.L., & Campbell, S. (Eds.). (2013). Music Business and the Experience Economy: The Australasian Case. Berlin: Springer: pp. 11-26.  

Graham, P. (2013). The Cost of Uncollective Unconsciousness. Music Forum: Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 19 (2): 14-17.

Graham, P. (2012). New Digital Businesss Models for Recorded Music. Music Forum: Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 18 (2): 18-21.

Graham, P. (2012). Why the Music Business Matters. Music Forum: Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 18 (3): 54-57.

Graham, P. (2012). Don’t put your daughter on the stage, Mrs Worthington. Music Forum: Journal of the Music Council of Australia, 18 (4): 56-57.

Spurgeon, C., Ferrier, E., Gunders, L., & Graham, P. (2012) Young citizens, values and new/s media. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 26, (6): 911-922.

Collis, C., Felton, E., & Graham, P. (2012) Beyond the inner city : real and imagined places in creative place policy and practice. In Flew, T. (Ed.). Creative Industries and Urban Development : Creative Cities in the 21st Century. Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group), London.

Felton, E., Collis, C. & Graham, P. (2011) Making connections : creative industries networks in outer urban locations. In Gibson , Chris (Ed.) Creativity in ‘Peripheral’ Places: Redefining the Creative Industries. Routledge, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Graham, P. & Luke, A. (2011). Critical Discourse Analysis and Political Economy of Communication. Cultural Politics: 103-132.

Graham, P. & Gunders, L. (2010). School system as axiological medium: The state’s primary macro-proposing context and its expanding moral role in Australia. Pragmatics & Society, 1, (1): 102-116.

Felton, E., Flew, T., Gibson, M., Graham, P., & Daniels, A. (2010). Resilient creative economies on the urban fringe. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, August: 619-630.

Graham, P. & Hearn, G. (2010). The Digital Dark Ages: A Retro-Speculative History of Possible Futures. In C. Anton (Ed). Valuation and Media Ecology: Ethics, Morals, and Laws. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Felton, E., Collis, C., & Graham, P. (2010). Making connections: creative industries networks in outer urban locations. Australian Geographer, 41, (1): 57-70.

Fairclough, N. & Graham, P. (2010). Marx as a critical discourse analyst: genesis of a critical method. In Fairclough, N. (2010). Critical Discourse Analysis: The Critical Study of Language. London: Longman.

Collis, C., Felton, E., & Graham, P. (2010). Beyond the inner city: real and imagined places in creative place policy and practice. The Information Society, 26 (2): 104-112.

Graham, P. (2010). Public space, common goods, and private interests: Emergent definitions in globally mediated humanity. In R. Wodak & V Koller (Eds.) Handbook of Communication in the Public Sphere (pp. 45-66). Berlin: Mounton de Gruyter.

Collis, C., Felton, E., & Graham, P. (2010). Beyond the inner city: real and imagined places in creative place policy and practice. The Information Society, 26 (2): 104-112.

Graham, P. (2010). Public space, common goods, and private interests: Emergent definitions in globally mediated humanity. In R. Wodak & V Koller (Eds.) Handbook of Communication in the Public Sphere (pp. 45-66). Berlin: Mounton de Gruyter.

Graham, P. & Kapitzke, C. (2010). Curriculum and Religion. In McGaw, B. Baker, E. & Peterson, P. (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of Education (3rd ed). Elsevier Science.

Collis, C., & Graham, P. (2009). Political Geographies of Mars: A history of Martian management. Management and Organisation History, 4 (3): 247-261.

Sunderland, N., Graham, P. Isaacs, P., & McKenna, B. (Eds). (2008). Towards humane technologies: Biotechnology, new media, and citizenship. Sense: Amsterdam.

Graham, P. (2008). The political economic provenances of biotechnologies. In Sunderland, N., Isaacs, P., McKenna, B., & Graham, P. (Eds). Towards humane technologies: Biotechnology, new media, and citizenship. Sense: Amsterdam.

Graham, P. (2008). CDA and values: interdisciplinarity as a critical turn. In N. Fairclough and A. Diszak (Eds.). Krytyczna Analiza Dyskursu: Interdyscyplinarne Podejscie Do Jezyka I Komunikacji. Trans [Anna Duszak]. Cracow: Universitas. 

Ferrier, E., Rooney, D., Graham, P., & Jones, A. (2007). Cultural knowledge management and broadband content development: Open content platforms, copyright, and archives. In H. Rahman (Ed). Information and Communication Technologies for Economic and Regional Development. IGI Global.

Graham, P. & Goodrum, A. (2007). New Media Literacies: At the intersection of technical, cultural and discursive knowledges. In Mansell et al (Eds). Oxford Handbook of Information and Communication Technologies. Oxford: OUP: (pp. 473-493).

Graham, P. (2007). Space: Irrealis objects and their role in a new political economy. In T. van Dijk (Ed.). Major Studies in Discourse. London: Sage (5 Volumes). Invited reprint of 2001 article in Discourse & Society.

Graham, P., Luke, C., & Luke, A. (2007). Corporate consciousness and the failure of higher education. In Kincheloe, J.L. and Steinberg, S.R. (Eds.) Cutting class: socioeconomic status and education. USA: Rowman & Littlefield: pp. 121-143.

Graham, P. (2007). Political economy of communication: A critique. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 3 (3). p226-245.   

Cairns, G., Roberts, J., Ietto-Gillies, G., Grieco, M., Graham, P., Linstead, S., McSweeney, B., & Parker, M.  (2007). A discussion of Fashion Victims: Various responses to the report by War on Want. Critical Perspectives on International Business. 3, (2): 170-185.

Luke, A. & Graham, P. (2006). Class Language. In K. Brown (eds). Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2nd Eds). Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

Graham, P. (2006). Issues in political economy. In A. Albarran, S. Chan-Olmsted & M. Wirth (Eds.). Handbook of Media Management and Economics. Lawrence Erlbaum.  493-522

Graham, P. (2006). ‘Capitalism’ as false consciousness. Studies in Language and Capitalism, 1 (1): 57-76.

Graham, P. (2006). Hypercapitalism: New media, language, and social perceptions of value. New York: Lang.

Luke, A. and Luke, C. and Graham, P. (2006). Globalization, Corporatism, and Critical Language Education. International Multilingual Research Journal 1 (1): 1-13.

Graham, P. & Luke, A. (2005). The language of neofeudal corporatism and the war on Iraq. Journal of Language & Politics, 4 (1). 11-39.

Thompson, W.F., Graham, P., & Russo, F.A. (2005). Music performance: Visual influences on perceptual and experiential co-regulation. Semiotica. 156 (1/4).

Graham, P. & Luke, A. (2005). The language of neofeudal corporatism in the war on Iraq. Journal of Language & Politics, 4 (1).

Graham, P. (2005). Issues in political economy. In A. Albarran, S. Chan-Olmsted & M. Wirth (Eds.). Handbook Of Media Management And Economics. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Graham, P (2007). Monopoly, Monopsony, and the Value of Culture in a Knowledge Economy: An axiology of two multimedia resource repositories. In Kapitzke, C. and Luke, A. (Eds.). Cybraries: Literacies, Economies, Pedagogies. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Graham, P. (2005). Analysing policy values in a knowledge economy. In D. Rooney, G. Hearn, & A. Ninan (Eds). The Knowledge Economy Handbook. London: Edward Elgar.

Fairclough, N., Graham, P., Lemke, J., & Wodak, R [Eds.]. (2004). Critical Discourse Studies vols 1-7 - . Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

Fairclough, N., Graham, P., Lemke, J., & Wodak, R. (2004). Introduction. Critical Discourse Studies, 1, (1): 1-7.

Graham, P., Keenan, T., & Dowd, A. (2004). A call to arms at the End of History: A discourse-historical analysis of George W. Bush’s declaration of war on terror. Discourse & Society.

Graham, P. & Canny, L. (2005). Contradictions. In S. Inayatullah and S. Leggett (Eds). The CLA Reader. Tamkang University Press.

Sunderland, N., Graham, P., & Isaacs, P. (Eds). (2003) Biotechnology New Media & Citizenship. Proceedings of the Conference held at UQ Ipswich (July, 2002).

Graham, P. (2004). Predication, propagation, and mediation: SFL, CDA, and the inculcation of evaluative meaning systems. Systemic functional linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis. Lynne Young & Claire Harrison (Eds.). London: Continuum.

Graham, P. & Luke, A. (2003). Militarising the Body Politic: New media as weapons of mass instruction. Body & Society, 9, (4): 149-168.

Paulsen, N., Graham, P., Jones, L., Callan, V., & Gallois, C. (2005). Organizations as intergroup contexts: Communication, discourse and identification. In J. Harwood & H. Giles (Eds), Intergroup communication: Multiple perspectives. New York: Peter Lang.

Graham, P. (2002). Critical Discourse Analysis and Evaluative Meaning; Interdisciplinarity as a Critical Turn. In G. Weiss & R. Wodak (eds). Critical Discourse Analysis: Theory and Interdisciplinarity. (pp. 130-159). London: Palgrave MacMillan.

Hearn, G., Graham, P., & Rooney, D. (2002). The benefits of not managing change and not communicating: Towards a complex systems view of communication in evolving organisations. Australian Journal of Communication, 29, (3).

Graham, P. (2002). Space and cyberspace: On the enclosure of consciousness. In J. Armitage and J. Roberts. (Eds). Living With Cyberspace: Technology & Society in the 21st Century: pp. 156-164. London: Continuum.

Graham, P. & Paulsen, N. (2002). "Skilled" discourses and (un)employment: Mapping the "third sector". TEXT, 22, (3): 443-468. [special issue on "Discourse, Globalisation and (un)Employment". G. Weiss and R.Wodak eds.].

Fairclough, N. & Graham, P. (2002). Marx and discourse analysis: Genesis of a critical method. Estudios de Sociolingüística 3, (1) (June 2002): 185-230.

Graham, P. (2002). Predication and propagation: A method for analysing evaluative meanings in technology policy. TEXT, 22 (2): 227-268.

Graham, P. (2002). Hypercapitalism: New media, language, and social perceptions of value. Discourse & Society, 13 (2) : 227-249.

Graham P. (2001). The Digital Dark Ages: The knowledge economy as alienation. In H. Brown, G. Lovink, H. Merrick, N. Rossiter, D. The, M. Wilson (Eds.), The Fibreculture Reader: Politics of a digital present. Fibreculture Publications: Melbourne.

Graham, P. (2001). Space: Irrealis objects in technology policy and their role in the creation of a new political economy. Discourse & Society, 12 (6): 761-788.

Graham, P. & Rooney, D. (2001). A sociolinguistic approach to applied epistemology: Examining technocratic values in global 'Knowledge' Policy. Journal of Social Epistemology.

Graham, P. (2001). Contradictions and institutional convergences: Genre as method. Journal of future studies, 5 (4): 1-30.

Armitage, J. & Graham, P. (2001). Dromoeconomics: Towards a political economy of speed. parallax, 7 (1): 111-123. [for the special issue on "Battaille's economies of excess"].

Graham, P. (2001). Why study the media?. [Review article]. Information, communication, and society. [A longer, more detailed version]

Graham, P. & G. Hearn. (2001). The coming of post-reflexive society. Media International Australia (98): 79-90.

Graham, P. (2001). The ideological context of business: Capital. In J.M. Harrison, (Ed.). Ethics for Australian Business. Sydney: Prentice Hall (pp. 10-24).

Graham, P. (2001). Hypercaptalism: An investigation into the relationships between language, new media, and social perceptions of value. Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology. [Doctoral Thesis]

Graham, P. (2000). Hypercapitalism: A political economy of informational idealism. New Media & Society, 2 (2): 131-156.

McKenna, B. & Graham, P. (2000). Technocratic Discourse: A primer. Journal of Technical Writing and Communication, 30, (3): 219-247.

Graham, P. & McKenna, B. J. (2000). A theoretical and analytical synthesis of autopoiesis and sociolinguistics for the study of organisational communication. Social Semiotics, 10 (1): 41-59.

Graham, P. (1999). Critical systems theory: A political economy of language, thought, and technology. Communication Research, 26 (4), 482-507.

Graham, P. (1999). Autopoiesis, language, literacy, and the brain. Fine Print, 22 (2), 2-5.

McKenna, B.J. & Graham, P. (1999). Marxism Today [Review]. Culture Machine. [On-line journal].

McKenna, B.J. & Graham, P. (1999). The language of Biotechnology: a brief analysis. Brisbane: The Brisbane Institute. [not refereed]

Graham, P. (1998). Globalist fallacies, fictions, and facts: The MAI and neo-classic ideology. Australian Rationalist, 46, 15-21. [not refereed].

Conference proceedings

Sunderland, N., Graham, P. & Isaacs, P. (Eds.), (2002). Towards Humane Technologies: Biotech, New media, and Citizenship. (July 15-17, 2002), University of Queensland. [online proceedings].

Graham, P. (2002). 14 theses on future research into the political economic impacts of new media. Fibreculture 2002 Networks of Excellence: 11-12. Sydney: Fibreculture Publications.

Graham, P. (2002). New technologies, new political economies, and new values. Presented to the conference: Towards Humane Technologies: Biotech, New media, and Citizenship, July 15, 2002, University of Queensland.

Hearn, G., Graham, P., & Rooney, D. (2002). The benefits of not managing change and not communicating: Towards a complex systems view of communication in evolving organisations. P aper presented to the 2002 Annual Australia New Zealand Communication Association Conference, Bond University, July 2002.

Graham, P. (2001). Predication, propagation, and mediation: SFL, CDA, and the inculcation of evaluative meaning systems. Paper presented at the 28th International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC28). Carleton University, Ottawa, July 26, 2001.

Graham, P. (2000). CDA and Values: Interdisciplinarity as a critical turn. Pre-IPRA workshop at the Department of Linguistics, University of Vienna, July 6-7, 2000.

Graham, P. & Hearn, G. (2000). The digital Dark Ages: A retro-speculative history of possible futures. Internet Research 1.0:The State of the Interdiscipline. Paper for the First Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. September 14-17, 2000: University of Kansas.

Hearn, G. & Graham, P. (2000). The coming of post-reflexive society: A critique of the political economy of digital capitalism. Internet Research 1.0:The State of the Interdiscipline. Paper for the First Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. September 14-17, 2000: University of Kansas.

Graham, P. (1999). Hypercapitalism: Political economy, electric identity, and authorial alienation. Exploring Cybersociety. Proceedings of the conference (Vol 1), 5-7 July, 1999, Newcastle, UK: Northumbria University.

Graham, P. (1999). Heidegger's hippies: A dissenting voice on "the problem of the subject" [Conference paper] Identities in action! 10-12 December, 1999, University of Wales. Informal version.

Graham, P. (1999). Widening the context for interdisciplinary social research: SFL as a method for sociology, anthropology, and communication research. ASFLA '99. Proceedings of the conference. Paper delivered at the University of Queensland for the Annual conference of the Australian Sytemic Functional Linguistics Asssociation, 1-3 October, 1999.

Graham, P. (1999). Understanding nonsense: Breathing life into shibboleths and killing critical thought in higher education. ASFLA '99. Proceedings of the conference. Paper delivered at the University of Queensland for the Annual conference of the Australian Sytemic Functional Linguistics Asssociation, 1-3 October, 1999.

Sunderland, N. & Graham, P. (1998). The role of academic community in higher learning: Alternatives to a drive-thru education. The Third Pacific Rim Conference. Proceedings of the conference (Vol. 1). QUT: Brisbane. Paper delivered at Auckland Institute of Technology, 5-8 July, 1998.

Government Publications and Reports

Muirhead, B., Graham, P., & Brown, L. (2002). Redefining Excellence: A Strategic Policy Framework for Community Engagement and Higher Education. Melbourne, Victoria: Department of Education.

Graham, P. (1998). Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties concerning the OECD multilateral agreement on investment. Inquiry into the multilateral agreement on investment: Submissions (Vol. 3), pp. 599-615. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia.

Graham, P. (1998). The dead hand of government. [Transcript of an address to the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties concerning the OECD multilateral agreement on investment]. Inquiry into the multilateral agreement on investment: Public Hearings. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia.

Invited lectures, presentations, and media appearances

Graham, P. (2010) Plenary: High tech discourse economies and the crisis of corporatism. International Discourses and Cultural Practices Conference. UTS, July, 7-9, 2009.

Thompson, W.F. & Graham, P. Seeing music: The re-emergence of the body in musical perfomance. 8th congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies. Lyon, France, July 7-12, 2004

Graham, P. Capitalism as false consciousness. Marxian Futures: Cornell Dept of Anthropolgy, March 2004.

Graham, P. & Luke, A. Militarising the body politic. DEMES (Democracy and Media in Society) Research Centre, Institute of Political Science, University of Copenhagen May 30-31st (Friday and Saturday), 2003. The challenge of the far right to democratic governance and the role of the media.

Aftershock (ABC television): The future of branding.

CDA and transdisciplinary research in the social sciences: Centre for Applied Ethics Colloquium series, Queensland University of Technology, May 2001.

Space and cyberspace: Presentation to the Faculty of the London School of Economics (Media@LSE) on the meaning of bandwidth privatisation, London School of Economics, September 15, 2000.

Language and values. Wittgenstein Centre for Language, University of Vienna, June 30, 2000. Informal presentation to centre researchers.

Marx and CDA. Lancaster Circle, presented by Professor Norman Fairclough on our behalf, Lancaster University, May 2000.

Marxism, language, and the political economy of knowledge. Postgraduate Colloquium and Workshop. Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy, November 4-6, 1999, University of Queensland.

The benefits of not managing change by not communicating: Some reflections on the problem of self-reflexivity in human affairs. Paper presented to the QUT Faculty of Business Research Forum, November 12, 1999. Presented by Greg Hearn on behalf of Hearn, G., Graham, P., and Rooney, D.

Recent creative works

Suckling, D., Pappalardo, R., Marshall, J., Bosworth, E., Apps, K., Beck, S., Wells, H., Graham, P., et. al. (2015). The Soldier’s Wife. Sugarrush Music. Description: CD Recording and live performance. A project organised and run by Deb Suckling of Sugarrush Music funded by Australia Council and Legacy to identify, communicate, and ameliorate the struggles faced by families of armed services personnel who have had to serve overseas. Live performances include a sellout show at the Sydney Opera House. Role: Record, mix, master, and produce CD.

James, R., Kunio, K., Procopis, B., Graham, P., et. al. (2015). Sugarmill Road. Brisbane: Scattered People. Description: An audio CD of 15 tracks produced by the Scattered People project to foreground the plight of refugees in detention in Australia. See Sunderland, Graham, and Lenette (2016). Role: Location recordist.

Kuepper, E. & Graham, P. (2015). Lost Cities. Brisbane: Prince Melon Records. Description: CD and LP Recording of Ed Keupper’s 50th Album. Record, mix, and co-produce.

Graham, P., Browning, Y., Willsteed, J., Gaffney, K., Carfoot G., Luttrell, B., Goold, L., Hunt, T., Groeningsater, A., Tuck, J., et. al. (2015). Indie 100 2015. Brisbane, QUT. Description: 100 new musical works recorded in 100 hours by Brisbane’s independent musicians as part of a longitudinal study of local independent music scenes. Also available through MGM Distribution (Digital only, including iTunes). Role: Executive produce, produce, engineer, and mix.

Graham, P., Arthurs, A., Willsteed, J., Gaffney, K., Carfoot G., Luttrell, B., Goold, L., Browning, Y., Hunt, T., Kourtidis, J., Miller, A., Tuck, J., & Pilsneniks, P. (2014). Indie 100 2014. Brisbane, QUT. Available online at: . Description: 100 new musical works recorded in 100 hours by Brisbane’s independent musicians as part of a longitudinal study of local independent music scenes. Also available through MGM Distribution (Digital only, including iTunes). Role: Executive producer.

Willsteed J., Graham, P., Hunt T., & Forster, R. (2013). Any Old Love. Brisbane: Plus One Records. Description: Award winning album by the band Halfway. Winner, AIR Country Album of the Year, QMA Song of the Year and Country category award. Role: Record and mix.

Graham, P., Arthurs, A., Howlett, M., & Carfoot, G. (2013). Eleven: Best Of 100 Songs Project 2012. Brisbane: QUT. Description: Annual “Best Of” compilation of re-recordings curated by industry panel. Eleven new musical works. Also available through MGM Distribution (Physical and Digital including iTunes). Role: Executive produce, produce, engineer, and mix.

Graham, P., Arthurs A., Willsteed, J., Gaffney, K., Howlett, M., Carfoot, G., Luttrell, B., Noonan, T., Goold, L., Quaife, A., Mackie, M., Browning, Y., Hunt, T., Kourtidis, J., Miller, A., Tuck, J. (2013). Indie 100 2013. Brisbane: QUT. Description: 100 new musical works recorded in 100 hours by Brisbane’s independent musicians as part of a longitudinal study of local independent music scenes. Also available through MGM Distribution (Digital only, including iTunes). Role: Executive produce, produce, engineer, and mix.

Graham, P., Millington, H., Dickenson, C., De Baecker, W., Willersdorf, P., & Sunderland, N. (2013). Feathers. Description: Track produced and recorded for Lady Electronica, a study into women in electronica funded by OzCo and Arts Qld. Role: Produce, record, mix.

Fenn, R., Bartkowiak, M., Graham, P., and Herman, M. (2012). Five for the Road. Brisbane. Rhiannon and Monique. Description: Award winning EP Recording. Golden Fiddle Award, Tamworth Country Music Association. Role: Record, mix.

Graham, P., Knowles, J., Hewitt, D., Luttrell, B. (2012). Twelve: the best Of IMP's 100 Songs Project 2011. Brisbane: QUT. Available online at . Description: Annual “Best Of” compilation of re-recordings curated by industry panel. Eleven new musical works. Also available through MGM Distribution (Physical and Digital including iTunes). Role: Executive produce, produce, engineer, and mix.

Graham, P., Arthurs A., Luttrell, B., Goold, L., Knowles, J., Hewitt, D., Denholm, D., Quaife, A., & Howlett, M. (2012). 100 Songs Project 2012. Brisbane: QUT. Available online at: Description: 100 new musical works recorded in 100 hours by Brisbane’s independent musicians as part of a longitudinal study of local independent music scenes. Also available through MGM Distribution (Digital only, including iTunes). Role: Executive produce, produce, engineer, and mix.

Graham, P., Arthurs, A., Luttrell, B., Browning, Y., Knowles, J., Hewitt, D., Brader, A., Gardener, P., Howlett, M., & Champion, D. (2011). 100 Songs Project 2011. Brisbane: QUT. Description: 100 new musical works recorded in 100 hours by Brisbane’s independent musicians as part of a longitudinal study of local independent music scenes. Also available through MGM Distribution (Digital only, including iTunes). Role: Executive produce, produce, engineer, and mix.

Graham, P., Knowles J., Brader, A., Arthurs, A., Willsteed, J. (2009). Q150 Big Jam Live Music Event. Canberra: Australian National Data Service (ANDS). Description: 150 hour, non-stop recording involving 900 local musicians. Part of an Australian National Data Services funded study to identify means for the live capture of metadata for music recording software. . Role: Executive produce, produce, engineer, and mix.

Research interests

- Political economy of communication;
- Multimodal analysis and production;
- Political economy of music;
- Functions of language;
- Media history.