Julia Tulloh Harper

Julia Tulloh Harper is a writer in Melbourne. She is also working on a PhD on gender in Cormac McCarthy's fiction.

Music

A SuperFestive Christmas playlist

Media & Publishing

Kim Kardashian, butts, and the internet

Books & Writing

Living on fans: The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

Music

Lovers, haters, and TaySway’s 1989

Feminism

The celebrity spokesperson phenomenon

Feminism

Doctor Who’s gender dynamics: a mid-season evaluation

Gaming & Technology

From the outside in: the beauty vlogger phenomenon

Film & TV

The Tunnel vs The Bridge: The ethics of TV remakes

Books & Writing

How to be beautiful, according to Lea Michele

Music

Is she Mariah, the ‘elusive’ chanteuse?

Books & Writing

High fantasy writers who aren’t George RR Martin, and who are also women

Film & TV

Why Eurovision 2014 was a bit disappointing

Gaming & Technology

The mobile gaming hierarchy

Film & TV

Eccentric junk collectors held high on American Pickers

Music

Pleasantly forgettable: Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience

Gaming & Technology

BuzzFeed quizzes understand me

Gaming & Technology

Cats are popular and always have been

Music

Girl bands: where did they go?

Music

Bieber acts like a teen and the world goes mental

Music

‘Drunk in Love’ with Beyoncé

Film & TV

A story that’s bigger on the inside: The Day of the Doctor in Melbourne

Politics & Society

Humanities versus medicine: the Coalition’s funding battleground

The Culture Files

What Happens Next?: 50 Years of Doctor Who

Music

Riding the crazy-wave with Lana Del Rey

Politics & Society

A Christian’s Christmas

Feminism

How can you tell a good feminist pop star?

Music

‘Angie Hart made me want to move to Melbourne’: Stories of loving a local singer

Art & Design

Tapas and tattoos: celebrating craft in Melbourne

Art & Design

Discipline, art and writing: tackling the question of contemporaneity

The Culture Files

Lana or Lizzy? Vintage Videos and the Del Rey Debate

Art & Design

My shadow flows into the world: Lindy Lee and explorations of self

Feminism

‘There aren’t any funny women out there’: perceptions of gender in stand-up comedy

Art & Design

From paste-ups to people: Laura Alice and the Street Heart arts project

Film & TV

‘Are you saying New Orleans is not a great city?’: the stories of Treme

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