Dr Tully Barnett is a Research Fellow in the School of Humanities and
Creative Arts, Flinders University in South Australia for an ARC-funded
project investigating cultural value in the creative arts. She also serves as
Research Associate for the Australasian Consortium of Humanities
Research Centres. Tully also publishes on technologies of reading such as
Kindle social highlighting and Google Books marginalia. Her PhD thesis
examined representations of information technology in contemporary
literary fiction with a focus on gender and the body. She is the author
of "Social Reading: The Kindle's Social Highlighting Function and
Emerging Reading Practices," Australian Humanities Review (2014).
“Reading Saved Me’: Transformative Reading Experiences in Life
Narrative,” Prose Studies (2013); “Repackaging Popular Culture:
Commentary and Critique in Community,” (co-authored with Ben
Kooyman) Networking Knowledge (2012) and “Remediating the Infected
Body: Writing the Viral Self in Melinda Rackham’s carrier”, Biography
Special Issue: (Post)Human Lives (2012).