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.

A SuperFestive Christmas playlist

Kim Kardashian, butts, and the internet

Living on fans: The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer

Lovers, haters, and TaySway’s 1989

The celebrity spokesperson phenomenon

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

From the outside in: the beauty vlogger phenomenon

The Tunnel vs The Bridge: The ethics of TV remakes

How to be beautiful, according to Lea Michele

Is she Mariah, the ‘elusive’ chanteuse?

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

Why Eurovision 2014 was a bit disappointing

The mobile gaming hierarchy

Eccentric junk collectors held high on American Pickers

Pleasantly forgettable: Justin Timberlake’s 20/20 Experience

BuzzFeed quizzes understand me

Cats are popular and always have been

Girl bands: where did they go?

Bieber acts like a teen and the world goes mental

‘Drunk in Love’ with Beyoncé

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

Humanities versus medicine: the Coalition’s funding battleground

What Happens Next?: 50 Years of Doctor Who

Riding the crazy-wave with Lana Del Rey

A Christian’s Christmas

How can you tell a good feminist pop star?

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

Tapas and tattoos: celebrating craft in Melbourne

Discipline, art and writing: tackling the question of contemporaneity

Lana or Lizzy? Vintage Videos and the Del Rey Debate

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

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

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

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

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