Dr Rebecca Coyle BEd(State College of Vic) MA(UTS) PhD(Macq) GradCertHEd(T&L)(SCU) Rebecca Coyle has taught at SCU since 2003, and also at Macquarie University, Sydney, the University of Technology, Sydney, and for various other institutions in London, Melbourne and Sydney. Her research interests centre on Australian cultural productions and critical analysis. She has published on various aspects of radio production, holographic art, sound art, country music and documentary film. In the last decade, her publications have coalesced around screen music and sound, and she led a team of researchers on the four-year ARC Discovery Project DP0770026 ‘Music production and technology in Australian Film: enabling Australian film to embrace innovation’ from 2007 to 2010. Her most recent research focuses on regional and rural creative industries, and she is a Board Member of Regional Arts New South Wales. She is also on the Editorial Boards for three scholarly journals, Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies (Sage); Music and the Moving Image (Steinhardt Centre, NYU); and Metro magazine (ATOM, Melbourne); as well as Editor for the open access online journal Screen Sound: The Australasian Journal of Soundtrack Studies http://www.screensoundjournal.org/.
North of Hollywood north: Bowen Island and screen production networks, Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures (2012)
Bowen Island is located close to the British Columbian metropolis of Vancouver, in southwest Canada....
Musical modernism in Brian May's Australian film scores (with Michael Francis Hannan), Screening the Past (2011)
Activating the teaching-research nexus in smaller universities: case studies highlighting diversity of practice (with William E. Boyd, Meg O'Reilly, Daniel J. Bucher, Kath Fisher, Anja Morton, Peter Lynton Harrison, Elaine Nuske, and Karyn Rendall), Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice (2010)
The teaching-research nexus (TRN) has become an important process in the modern University, providing both...
Bastardising the Waterfront Dispute: production and critical reception of the Bastard Boys mini-series (with Lisa Milner), Communication, Politics & Culture (2010)
This article examines the production and reception of Bastard Boys, a television mini-series broadcast on...
Point of audition: sound and music in Cloverfield, Science Fiction Film and Television (2010)
Cloverfield (Reeves US 2008) employs an amateur hand-held-camera styled conceit to narrate a love story...
Drawn to sound: animation film music and sonicity, School of Arts and Social Sciences Papers (2009)
Animation films are widely consumed in the general population and the study of animation films...
Reel tracks: Australian feature film music and cultural identities, School of Arts and Social Sciences Papers (2005)
Over the last decade popular cinema has employed a variety of forms of music. These...
Screen scores: studies in contemporary Australian film music, School of Arts and Social Sciences Papers (1998)
Apparition: holographic art in Australia (with Philip Hayward), School of Arts and Social Sciences Papers (1995)
Long before virtual reality captured the imagination, holography provided artists with a new, challenging, three-dimensional...
Sound in space: adventures of Australian sound art, 26 May - 22 August 1995 / curated by Rebecca Coyle, School of Arts and Social Sciences Papers (1995)
Sound in Space features both new and extant works. The exhibition aims to present exemplary...
Are you there?, Virtual encounters: Paula Dawson - holograms (2010)
Disney does Broadway: musical storytelling in The Little Mermaid and The Lion King (with Jon Fitzgerald), Drawn to sound: animation film music and sonicity (2010)
DreamWorking Wallace & Gromit: musical thematics in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (with Peter Morris), Drawn to sound: animation film music and sonicity (2010)
Memory Theatre 1, Virtual encounters: Paula Dawson - holograms (2010)
'Now you blokes own the place': representations of Japanese culture in recent Australian cinema, Diasporas of Australian cinema (2009)
Scoring Australia: film music and Australian identities in Young Einstein, Strictly Ballroom and The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, PhD thesis, Macquarie University, Sydney, NSW (2002)
Spectacular synchronisation: songs, animation and Happy Feet (with Philip Hayward), Music on the edge : selected papers from 2007 IASPM Australia/New Zealand Conference (2008)
Radio Norfolk: community and communication on Norfolk Island, 2nd International Small Island Cultures Conference (2006)
My interest and research into the radio service on Norfolk Island commenced with a three-month...
Bazza's bawdy ballads...and other aspects of the Barry McKenzie film musics (with Michael Francis Hannan), Proceedings of Credits rolling: Selected papers: 12th Biennial Conference of the Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand (2004)
Calling Australia home: Australian film music, Changing sounds: new directions and configurations in popular music, IASPM 1999 Conference (2000)