Dr Kate Cantrell


Dr Kate Cantrell
NameDr Kate Cantrell
Email Addresskate.cantrell@unisq.edu.au
Job TitleSenior Lecturer (Writing, Editing, and Publishing)
QualificationsBCI(Hons) QUT, PGDipELTA Oxford, PhD QUT
DepartmentSchool of Creative Arts
AffiliationsCentre for Health Research
Centre for Heritage and Culture
Institute for Resilient Regions
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-5689-614X
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Biography

Kate Cantrell is an award-winning writer, editor, and critic, working at the intersection of Creative Writing, Mobility Studies, and Social Justice. Her research specialisation is contemporary accounts of wandering and narrative representations of illness, immobility, and displacement, with a special focus on KidLit and ZitLit (Children's and Young Adult Literature). She has published over 70 journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, features, and essays, as well as industry articles in high-profile outlets such as The Sunday Mail, The Conversation, and Times Higher Education. Her short stories, creative non-fiction, and poetry appear in highly-esteemed magazines and journals such as Overland, Meanjin, Westerly, Island, Hecate, Meniscus, Axon, and Cordite Poetry Review, among others.

The first Arts researcher in Queensland to be awarded a Smart Futures Fellowship, Kate's research has attracted external funding and often draws media interest. She has produced commissioned output for community organisations such as Surf Life Saving Australia; government bodies such as Tourism Queensland; and NGOs such as UNANIMA International. She has also consulted on global campaigns at the United Nations, where she continues to build globally significant partnerships through her arts advocacy. At present, Kate is the Special Issues Editor of TEXT, Australia’s leading journal in Creative Writing, and the Associate Editor (Literature) of Queensland Review, a leading journal in Australian Studies and the only academic journal devoted entirely to multi-disciplinary Queensland scholarship.

An experienced teacher, Kate has taught at top universities in Australia, Japan, and the United Kingdom, and she has an established record of teaching excellence in Writing, Editing, and Publishing. She has a collection of national and international teaching awards and grants, and has an emerging reputation as an expert in trauma-informed practice. In 2019 and 2020, Kate was awarded consecutive teaching and learning citations for building reading resilience through trauma-informed pedagogy (2020) and supporting professional learning through student partnership (2019).

Teaching

PUB5001 Introduction to Editing and Publishing

PUB5002 Writing for Editors

PUB5003 Editing in Practice

PUB5004 Professional Practice in Editing and Publishing

PUB5005 Book Design and Production Management

PUB5006 Digital Publishing Internship

PUB5007 Book Promotion, Marketing, and Research

PUB8001 Magazine Publishing Project

SCA1002 Introduction to Creative and Critical Thinking

Fields of Research

  • 360201. Creative writing (incl. scriptwriting)
  • 470208. Culture, representation and identity
  • 470214. Screen and media culture
  • 470502. Australian literature (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander literature)
  • 470506. Children's literature

Professional Membership

Professional MembershipYear
Australian Society of Authors (ASA)
Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP)
Australian Federation of Graduate Women (AFGW)
Queensland Writers Centre (QWC)
Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd)
BCI(Hons)
QUT
2009
PGDipELTA
Oxford
2019
PhD
QUT
2014

Current Supervisions

Research TitleSupervisor TypeLevel of StudyCommenced
Weird Fiction Monsters: Hauntology and AffectivityAssociate SupervisorDoctoral2024
Implementing a Trauma-informed Editing Framework: Practical Benefits to Editor and Author Wellbeing and the Role of Reading Resilience in Australian Editing PraxisPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2023
The State of Subsidised Youth Arts in Australia.Associate SupervisorDoctoral2021
GENRE FICTION AND SELF-PUBLISHING:A GLOBAL COMPARISON OF ONLINE AUTHOR PLATFORMS FOR AUTHOR-DRIVEN PUBLISHER FICTION WORKSPrincipal SupervisorDoctoral2021
Fandom Files: Fictocriticism, Fanfiction and Creative Writing PedagogyAssociate SupervisorDoctoral2019
Project titleDetailsYear
Trauma-Informed Pedagogy in Higher Education: A Whole-of-University FrameworkUniSQ Grant for Embedded Learning and Teaching Strategy (GELTS)—$7931 2022
How Stories Enable Coping in People Facing Traumatic DiagnosisUniSQ Research Capacity Building Grant (Health)—$14,6862022
Early Career Research GrantHigher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA)—$10002021
DateNameAwarding organisationUnderpinning research
2021BELA Excellence Award for Early Career ResearchUniversity of Southern Queensland (UniSQ)
2021KeynoteUniversity of Queensland (UQ) 25th Work-in-Progress Conference (25th Anniversary), Global Change Institute (GCI)
2021Invited Panellist Queensland College of Health Psychologists
2021Invited Panellist Queensland Museum
2021Special Issues EditorTEXT
2021Associate EditorQueensland Review
2016Heinrich Böll Writer-in-ResidenceThe Heinrich Böll Association, Achill Island, Ireland
2015Stiwdio Maelor Writer-in-ResidenceStiwdio Maelor, Corris, Wales

Socially Distant Social Constructivism: Transitioning Visual Arts Pedagogies Online During COVID-19

Cutcliffe, Katrina, Batorowicz, Beata, Johnson, Rhiannan, Cantrell, Kate and McLean, Tanya. 2024. "Socially Distant Social Constructivism: Transitioning Visual Arts Pedagogies Online During COVID-19." Studies in Art Education. 65 (1), pp. 81-98. https://doi.org/10.1080/00393541.2023.2285208

Reading Magic: Deep Reading in the Creative writing Classroom

Cantrell, Kate and Sulway, Nike. 2023. "Reading Magic: Deep Reading in the Creative writing Classroom." Sullivan, Patrick, Tinberg, Howard and Blau, Sheridan (ed.) Deep Reading, Deep Learning. United States. Peter Lang Publishing. pp. 271-284

A Kid Called Troy at 30: this beautiful Aussie film was one of the most important HIV/AIDS documentaries ever produced

Gildersleeve, Jessica, Mullens, Amy, Bromdal, Annette, Cantrell, Kate and Sanders, Tait. 2023. "A Kid Called Troy at 30: this beautiful Aussie film was one of the most important HIV/AIDS documentaries ever produced ." The Conversation.

Expanding Creative Communities in the Visual Arts: Using Padlet to Support Student Engagement and Belonging in Stressful Contexts

Johnson, Rhiannan, Cantrell, Kate, Cutcliffe, Katrina, Batorowicz, Beata and McLean, Tanya. 2023. "Expanding Creative Communities in the Visual Arts: Using Padlet to Support Student Engagement and Belonging in Stressful Contexts." Art Education. 76 (4), pp. 33-39. https://doi.org/10.1080/00043125.2023.2207999

An Open Letter to Students: How to Be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

Cantrell, Kate and Gildersleeve, Jessica. 2023. "An Open Letter to Students: How to Be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable." Sullivan, Patrick, Tinberg, Howard and Blau, Sheridan (ed.) Deep Reading, Deep Learning. New York. Peter Lang Publishing. pp. 367-70

Separated Parents’ Experiences with the Australian School System: An Overview

Desmarchelier, Renee, Bryce, India, Schaffer, Krystal, Lawrence, Jill and Cantrell, Kate. 2024. "Separated Parents’ Experiences with the Australian School System: An Overview ." The Australian Educational Researcher. 51 (1), pp. 255-274. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13384-022-00596-3

Proceed with Caution: The Trouble with Trigger Warnings

Gildersleeve, Jessica, Bryce, India and Cantrell, Kate. 2022. "Proceed with Caution: The Trouble with Trigger Warnings." The Conversation. (21 Dec).

Traumatisation, Critical Reflection, and Painful Pedagogy: Students’ Reflexive Engagement with Difficult Content

Gildersleeve, Jessica, Cantrell, Kate and Bryce, India. 2022. "Traumatisation, Critical Reflection, and Painful Pedagogy: Students’ Reflexive Engagement with Difficult Content." Transformative Teaching: Focus on Pedagogy 2022 AMPS. Florida State University, University of Dundee, Zayed University 15 - 17 Nov 2022

From Stage to Page to Screen: The Traumatic Returns of Leah Purcell’s The Drover’s Wife

Prowse, Nycole, Gildersleeve, Jessica and Cantrell, Kate. 2022. "From Stage to Page to Screen: The Traumatic Returns of Leah Purcell’s The Drover’s Wife." Social Alternatives. 41 (3), pp. 30-36. https://doi.org/10.3316/informit.719953708416246

Undercurrent: Arts and Wellbeing [Curatorial Work with Exhibition Tour and Catalogue Publication 'Creative Returns']

Batorowicz, Beata, McLean, Tarn, Devenish, S., Baguley, M., Steggall, D. and Cantrell, Kate. 2022. Undercurrent: Arts and Wellbeing [Curatorial Work with Exhibition Tour and Catalogue Publication 'Creative Returns']. Toowoomba, Queensland 11 Aug - 22 Dec 2023

Monstrous Victims: Women, Trauma, and Gothic Violence in Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook and The Nightingale

Gildersleeve, Jessica, Sulway, Nike and Howell, Amanda. 2022. "Monstrous Victims: Women, Trauma, and Gothic Violence in Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook and The Nightingale." Gildersleeve, Jessica and Cantrell, Kate (ed.) Screening the Gothic in Australia and New Zealand: Contemporary Antipodean Film and Television. Amsterdam, Netherlands. Amsterdam University Press. pp. 213-228

Screening the Gothic in Australia and New Zealand: Contemporary Antipodean Film and Television

Gildersleeve, Jessica and Cantrell, Kate. Gildersleeve, Jessica and Cantrell, Kate (ed.) 2022. Screening the Gothic in Australia and New Zealand: Contemporary Antipodean Film and Television. Netherlands. Amsterdam University Press.

Terra Somnambulism: Sleepwalking, Night Dreams, and Nocturnal Wanderings in the Televisual Australian Gothic

Cantrell, Kate. 2022. "Terra Somnambulism: Sleepwalking, Night Dreams, and Nocturnal Wanderings in the Televisual Australian Gothic." Gildersleeve, Jessica and Cantrell, Kate (ed.) Screening the Gothic in Australia and New Zealand: Contemporary Antipodean Film and Television. Amsterdam, Netherlands. Amsterdam University Press. pp. 123-140

Please Check the Signal: Screening the Gothic in the Upside Down

Gildersleeve, Jessica and Cantrell, Kate. 2022. "Please Check the Signal: Screening the Gothic in the Upside Down." Gildersleeve, Jessica and Cantrell, Kate (ed.) Screening the Gothic in Australia and New Zealand: Contemporary Antipodean Film and Television. Amsterdam, Netherlands. Amsterdam University Press. pp. 7-17

Pulling the Trigger: A Systematic Literature Review of Trigger Warnings as a Strategy for Reducing Traumatization in Higher Education

Bryce, India, Horwood, Nicola, Cantrell, Kate and Gildersleeve, Jessica. 2023. "Pulling the Trigger: A Systematic Literature Review of Trigger Warnings as a Strategy for Reducing Traumatization in Higher Education." Trauma, Violence and Abuse: a review journal. 24 (4), pp. 2882-2894. https://doi.org/10.1177/15248380221118968

Everyone Loves Bandit from Bluey – But is He a Lovable Larrikin or Just a Bad Dad?

Burton, David and Cantrell, Kate. 2022. "Everyone Loves Bandit from Bluey – But is He a Lovable Larrikin or Just a Bad Dad?" The Conversation.

Improvisation on the Move: Metaphors, Wanderings, and Musical Mobilities

Forbes, Melissa and Cantrell, Kate. 2022. "Improvisation on the Move: Metaphors, Wanderings, and Musical Mobilities." 5th Australasian Jazz and Improvisation Research Network 2022 Conference: Space is the Place (AJIRN5). Brisbane, Australia 06 - 08 May 2022 Brisbane, Australia.

Coping with COVID: Pandemic Narratives for Australian Children

Gildersleeve, Jessica, Cantrell, Kate, Bryce, India, Daken, Kirstie, Durham, Jo, Mullens, Amy, Batorowicz, Beata, Johnson, Rhiannan, Gildersleeve J., Cantrell K., Bryce I., Daken K., Durham J., Mullens A., Batorowicz B. and Johnson R.. 2022. "Coping with COVID: Pandemic Narratives for Australian Children." Heliyon. 8 (5). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2022.e09454

Mobilising metaphor: Self-making, storytelling and consciousness raising in the creative arts

Cantrell, Kate, Batorowicz, Beata and Forbes, Melissa. 2022. "Mobilising metaphor: Self-making, storytelling and consciousness raising in the creative arts ." NiTRO: Creative Matters. 41, pp. 1-3.

Beyond the Resonance Metaphor: Re-Sounding Images, Experiences, and Poetic Reverberations

Forbes, Melissa and Cantrell, Kate. 2022. "Beyond the Resonance Metaphor: Re-Sounding Images, Experiences, and Poetic Reverberations." NiTRO: Creative Matters. 41, pp. 1-4.

Now You Don’t See Me, Now You Do: Queer Artists as Inverse Magicians

Walker, Gwen, Cantrell, Kate and Middleton, Craig. 2022. "Now You Don’t See Me, Now You Do: Queer Artists as Inverse Magicians." NiTRO: Creative Matters. 41, pp. 1-8.

Closing the Book

Cantrell, Kate. 2021. "Closing the Book." Times Higher Education (THE). 23 December 2021, pp. 1-3.

Choose Your Own Adventure: Vocal Jazz Improvisation, Conceptual Metaphor, and Cognitive Embodiment

Forbes, Melissa and Cantrell, Kate. 2023. "Choose Your Own Adventure: Vocal Jazz Improvisation, Conceptual Metaphor, and Cognitive Embodiment." Musicae Scientiae: the journal of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music. 27 (2), pp. 332-347. https://doi.org/10.1177/10298649211062730

Wanderlust or Wanderbust? Rediscovering the Lost Art of Wandering in Precarious Times

Cantrell, Kate. 2021. "Wanderlust or Wanderbust? Rediscovering the Lost Art of Wandering in Precarious Times." 2021 University of Queensland WiP Conference (25th Anniversary): Rites of Passage. University of Queensland, St Lucia, Australia 26 - 27 Nov 2021

An Artist-Level Jazz Singer's Metaphors of Cognitive Embodiment

Forbes, Melissa and Cantrell, Kate. 2021. "An Artist-Level Jazz Singer's Metaphors of Cognitive Embodiment." SEMPRE 2021 Conference: Engaging and Interacting with Education, Music, and Psychology Research. Keele, United Kingdom 22 Oct 2021 United Kingdom.

From Pygmies to Puppets: What To Do with Roald Dahl’s Enslaved Oompa-Loompas in Modern Adaptations?

Cantrell, Kate and Burton, David. 2021. "From Pygmies to Puppets: What To Do with Roald Dahl’s Enslaved Oompa-Loompas in Modern Adaptations?" The Conversation. 16 September 2021, pp. 1-4.

Empathy, Anthropomorphism, and the Uncanny Valley Effect: Why Audiences Strayed Away from the Film Adaptation of Cats

Cantrell, Kate and Hawkes, Lesley. 2021. "Empathy, Anthropomorphism, and the Uncanny Valley Effect: Why Audiences Strayed Away from the Film Adaptation of Cats." Journal of Popular Culture. 54 (3), pp. 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpcu.13021

Vale Eric Carle: Creator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, A Story of Hope ... and Holes

Cantrell, Kate and Johnson, Rhiannan. 2021. "Vale Eric Carle: Creator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, A Story of Hope ... and Holes." The Conversation. 28 May 2021, pp. 1-3.

Creative Writing: A Damaging Narrative

Cantrell, Kate. 2021. "Creative Writing: A Damaging Narrative." Times Higher Education (THE). 27 May 2021, pp. 2-3.

The Keepers

Cantrell, Kate, Boomtown Pictures, The Together Society and Surf Life Saving Foundation. 2021. The Keepers. Brisbane, Australia.

Cat in a Spat: Scrapping Dr Seuss Books is Not Cancel Culture

Cantrell, Kate and Bickle, Sharon. 2021. "Cat in a Spat: Scrapping Dr Seuss Books is Not Cancel Culture." The Conversation. 4 March 2021, pp. 1-6.

Abused, Neglected, Abandoned: Did Roald Dahl Hate Children as Much as the Witches Did?

Cantrell, Kate, Bryce, India and Gildersleeve, Jessica. 2021. "Abused, Neglected, Abandoned: Did Roald Dahl Hate Children as Much as the Witches Did?" The Conversation. 21 January 2021, pp. 1-3.

The Wind in the Willows: A Tale of Wanderlust, Male Bonding, and Timeless Delight

Cantrell, Kate. 2021. "The Wind in the Willows: A Tale of Wanderlust, Male Bonding, and Timeless Delight." The Conversation. 7 January 2021, pp. 1-5.

Reluctant Wandering: New Mobilities in Contemporary Australian Travel Writing

Cantrell, Kate. 2021. "Reluctant Wandering: New Mobilities in Contemporary Australian Travel Writing." Gildersleeve, Jessica (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Australian Literature. New York; London. Routledge. pp. 353-364

Tsiolkas in the Classroom: Confronting Our Discomfort

Gildersleeve, Jessica, Cantrell, Kate, Prowse, Nycole, Bickle, Sharon and Bryce, India. 2021. "Tsiolkas in the Classroom: Confronting Our Discomfort." Antipodes. 35 (1-2), pp. 83-101.

Jenga, Kafka, and the Triumph of Academic Capitalism: A Taxonomy of Scholars and their COVID Capital

Cantrell, Kate and Palmer, Kelly. 2020. "Jenga, Kafka, and the Triumph of Academic Capitalism: A Taxonomy of Scholars and their COVID Capital." Axon: Creative Explorations. 10 (2).

Doomscrolling, Zoom Overload, and COVID Fatigue: Teaching Creative Writing During the Pandemic

Cantrell, Kate, Doolan, Emma and Palmer, Kelly. 2020. "Doomscrolling, Zoom Overload, and COVID Fatigue: Teaching Creative Writing During the Pandemic." NiTRO: Creative Matters.

Triggering Kindness: Teaching Narratives of Trauma During COVID-19

Cantrell, Kate and Gildersleeve, Jessica. 2020. "Triggering Kindness: Teaching Narratives of Trauma During COVID-19." NiTRO: Creative Matters.

First a Play, Now a Book, Soon a Film: Reimagining Henry Lawson’s Short Story ‘The Drover’s Wife’

Gildersleeve, Jessica, Cantrell, Kate and Prowse, Nycole. 2020. "First a Play, Now a Book, Soon a Film: Reimagining Henry Lawson’s Short Story ‘The Drover’s Wife’." The Short Story and Its Readers: Words and the World Symposium (2020). Geelong, Australia 02 Dec 2020

Things You Lost in 2020 [Textual Work: Poem]

Cantrell, Kate. 2020. Things You Lost in 2020 [Textual Work: Poem]. Australia. Westerly.

Postcards from the Pandemic: Teaching Creative Writing During COVID-19

Cantrell, Kate, Doolan, Emma and Palmer, Kelly. 2020. "Postcards from the Pandemic: Teaching Creative Writing During COVID-19." 25th Australasian Association of Writing Programs Conference (AAWP 2020). Gold Coast, Australia 16 - 18 Nov 2020

Hindsight’s Hoard: What Academics Most Wish They Had Known Earlier

Cantrell, Kate. 2020. "Hindsight’s Hoard: What Academics Most Wish They Had Known Earlier." Times Higher Education (THE). 12 November 2020, pp. 1-3.

'Not-So-Invisible Mending': Developing Editing Skills in Large Online Classes through Visible Labour

Wise, Beck, Van Luyn, Ariella and Cantrell, Kate. 2020. "'Not-So-Invisible Mending': Developing Editing Skills in Large Online Classes through Visible Labour." Research in Online Literacy Education. 3 (1).

Double Trouble: The Teacher/Satirist Duality in Thea Astley’s Critical Writings

Cantrell, Kate and Hawkes, Lesley. 2019. "Double Trouble: The Teacher/Satirist Duality in Thea Astley’s Critical Writings." Queensland Review. 26 (2), pp. 218-231. https://doi.org/10.1017/qre.2019.28

The Five Stages of Grief [Textual Work: Poem]

Cantrell, Kate. 2019. The Five Stages of Grief [Textual Work: Poem]. Carlton South, Australia. Cordite Publishing Inc..

Wandering with Wi-Fi: The Wandering Trend in Women’s Travel Blogs

Cantrell, Kate. 2019. "Wandering with Wi-Fi: The Wandering Trend in Women’s Travel Blogs." TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses. 23 (Special 56), pp. 1-15. https://doi.org/10.52086/001c.25404

How to Avoid Being Sucked into the Black Hole of Administration

Cantrell, Kate. 2019. "How to Avoid Being Sucked into the Black Hole of Administration." Times Higher Education (THE). 17 October 2019, pp. 1-4.

Wandering: Special Issue of M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, Vol. 22, No. 4

Cantrell, Kate, Van Luyn, Ariella and Doolan, Emma (ed.) 2019. Wandering: Special Issue of M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, Vol. 22, No. 4. Brisbane, Australia. Queensland University of Technology.

Eat, Sleep, Publish, Repeat: Writing Creatively, Academically, and Everything in Between

Cantrell, Kate. 2019. "Eat, Sleep, Publish, Repeat: Writing Creatively, Academically, and Everything in Between." 2019 Creative Arts Research Training Academy (CARTA) Research Symposium. Noosa, Australia 03 Jul 2019

Times Higher Education’s Academic Holiday Guide

Cantrell, Kate. 2019. "Times Higher Education’s Academic Holiday Guide." Times Higher Education (THE). 30 May 2019, pp. 1-3.

A Shape of Infinity [Exhibition]

Osborn, Peter and Cantrell, Kate. 2019. A Shape of Infinity [Exhibition]. Toowoomba 16 - 30 May 2019

Art as Advocacy: Writing for Social Justice

Cantrell, Kate. 2019. "Art as Advocacy: Writing for Social Justice." St Rita's College Annual Mother-Daughter Dinner (2019). Brisbane, Australia 11 May 2019

The Casualties of Academia: A Response to The Conversation

Cantrell, Kate and Palmer, Kelly. 2019. "The Casualties of Academia: A Response to The Conversation." Overland. 6 May 2019, pp. 1-5.

No safety in numbers: The Geography of Friendship by Sally Piper

Cantrell, Kate. 2019. "No safety in numbers: The Geography of Friendship by Sally Piper." TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses. (54), pp. 1-3. https://doi.org/10.52086/001c.25462

That’s Driving Me Up the Wall! Academics’ Pet Peeves

Cantrell, Kate. 2019. "That’s Driving Me Up the Wall! Academics’ Pet Peeves." Times Higher Education (THE). 24 January 2019, pp. 1-2.

Quackademia: A Personal Reflection on the Prevalence of Insecure Employment in Australian Universities

Cantrell, Kate. 2019. "Quackademia: A Personal Reflection on the Prevalence of Insecure Employment in Australian Universities." 24th Australasian Association of Writing Programs Conference (AAWP 2019). Sydney, Australia 25 - 27 Nov 2019 Australia.

The Satin Man [Textual Work: Poem]

Cantrell, Kate. 2018. The Satin Man [Textual Work: Poem]. Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne University Press.

Teaching Editing Skills and Standards Online

Van Luyn, Ariella and Cantrell, Kate. 2018. "Teaching Editing Skills and Standards Online." 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP 2018). Perth, Australia 28 - 30 Nov 2018

A State of Slogans [Textual Work: Essay]

Cantrell, Kate. 2018. "A State of Slogans [Textual Work: Essay]." Kill Your Darlings. Queensland Showcase.

With the Confidence of a Magician

Cantrell, Kate. 2018. "With the Confidence of a Magician ." TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses. 22 (2), pp. 1-3.

The Emerging Issue

Cantrell, Kate. 2018. "The Emerging Issue." The Victorian Writer. Oct-Nov (5), pp. 8-9.

#MeToo: Sexual Harassment by Students Can No Longer Be Ignored

Cantrell, Kate. 2018. "#MeToo: Sexual Harassment by Students Can No Longer Be Ignored." Times Higher Education (THE). 23 August 2018, pp. 1-8.

Contrapower: on Sexual Harassment by Students

Cantrell, Kate. 2018. "Contrapower: on Sexual Harassment by Students." Overland. 13 July 2018.

The Shape of the Story: Using the Lemniscate as a Narrative Structure for Writing Non-Linear Stories

Cantrell, Kate. 2018. "The Shape of the Story: Using the Lemniscate as a Narrative Structure for Writing Non-Linear Stories." 23rd Annual Conference of the Australasian Association of Writing Programs (AAWP 2018). Perth, Australia 28 - 30 Nov 2018 Perth, Australia.

Lessons Learned from PISA: A Systematic Review of Peer-Reviewed Articles on the Programme for International Student Assessment

Hopfenbeck, Therese N., Lenkeit, Jenny, El Masri, Yasmine, Cantrell, Kate, Ryan, Jeanne and Baird, Jo-Anne. 2017. "Lessons Learned from PISA: A Systematic Review of Peer-Reviewed Articles on the Programme for International Student Assessment." Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research. 62 (3), pp. 333-353. https://doi.org/10.1080/00313831.2016.1258726

Literature, Tourism, and the City: Writing and Cultural Change

Carson, Susan, Hawkes, Lesley, Gislason, Kari and Cantrell, Kate. 2016. "Literature, Tourism, and the City: Writing and Cultural Change." Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. 15 (4), pp. 380-392. https://doi.org/10.1080/14766825.2016.1165237