Publications: Ellis, Kathleen
Rodan, D., Ellis, K. and Lebeck, P. (2014) Disability, Obesity and Ageing: Popular Media Identifications. Ashgate Publishing.
Ellis, K. (2013) Book Review: Transgressive bodies: Representations in film and popular culture, edited by Niall Richardson, Surrey and Burlington, Ashgate, 2010, 237 pp., ISBN 9780754676225 (hbk). Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media and Culture, 27 (2). pp. 323-325.
Ellis, K. (2012) Complicating a rudimentary list of characteristics: Communicating disability with down syndrome dolls. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 15 (5).
Ellis, K. (2012) It means inclusion: A creative approach to disability and telecommunications policy in Australia. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 62 (2). 27.1-27.13.
Ellis, K. (2012) Live fast, die young, become immortal. In: Brabazon , T., (ed.) Digital dialogues and community 2.0: After avatars, trolls and puppets. Woodhead Publishing Limited incorporating Chandos Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 201-208.
Ellis, K. (2012) New media as a powerful ally in the representation of mental illness: YouTube, resistance and change. In: Rubin, L.C., (ed.) Mental Illness and Popular Media: essays on the Representation of Disorders. McFarland & Co, Jefferson, N.C., pp. 184-201.
Ellis, K. (2012) Taste is the enemy of creativity: disability, YouTube and a new language. In: Brabazon , T., (ed.) Digital dialogues and community 2.0: After avatars, trolls and puppets. Woodhead Publishing Limited incorporating Chandos Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 121-134.
Ellis, K. (2011) Dolls with disabilities: Playing with diversity. In: Norris, N., (ed.) Unionist Popular Culture and Rolls of Honour in the North of Ireland During The First World War: A Collection of Diverse Essays in Popular Culture. Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston, New York.
Ellis, K. (2011) Embracing learners with disability: Web 2.0, access and insight. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61 (2).
Ellis, K. (2010) Autism & aspergers in popular Australian cinema post 2000. Disability Studies Quarterly, 30 (1).
Ellis, K. (2010) Be who you want to be: the philosophy of facebook and the construction of identity. Australian Screen Education Online, 59 .
Ellis, K. (2010) Casting off the hyperbole of disabling society: Barbie as a political icon. ON LINE opinion: Australia's e-journal of social and political debate, 21 January 2010 .
Ellis, K. (2010) Disability in Australian cinema: Cultural anxiety to diversity. In: Goldsmith, B. and Lealand, G., (eds.) Directory of World Cinema: Australian and New Zealand. Intellect Books, Bristol, UK, pp. 66-77.
Ellis, K. (2010) Disrupting strength, power, and perfect bodies: Disability as narrative prosthesis in 1990s Australian national cinema. Nebula, 7 (1/2). pp. 98-107.
Ellis, K. (2010) I premiered my first film in an inaccessible cinema: Changing the social landscape through disability feminist activism and film. In: Findley, L. and Stringer, E., (eds.) Beyond burning bras: Feminism activism for everyone. Praeger, Santa Barbara, California, U.S.A.
Ellis, K. (2010) [P]eople often judged by what they feared or knew existed in themselves. In: O'Reilly, N., (ed.) Postcolonial issues in Australian literature. Cambria press, Amherst, New York, pp. 203-218.
Ellis, K. (2010) Review of Stories of Oprah: The Oprahfication of American culture. Southwest Journal of Cultures, Spring Post 1 .
Ellis, K. (2010) Review of The tube has spoken: reality TV and history. Southwest Journal of Cultures: an interdisciplinary venue for culture studies and scholarly book reviews, Spring Post 1 .
Ellis, K. (2010) Review: Contours of ableism: The production of disability and abledness. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 24 (4). pp. 638-640.
Ellis, K. and Kent, M. (2010) Tweeters take responsibility for an accessible web 2.0. Fast Capitalism, 7 (1).
Ellis, K. (2010) A purposeful rebuilding: Youtube, representation, accessibility and the socio-political space of disability. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 60 (2). 21.1-21.12.
Ellis, K. (2009) Ass-kicked by fate: Existential motifs in The Maltese Falcon. Australian Screen Education Online, 53 .
Ellis, K. (2009) Beyond the Aww factor: Human interest profiles of paralympians and the media navigation of physical difference and social stigma. Asia Pacific Media Educator, 19 . pp. 23-36.
Kent, M. and Ellis, K. (2009) Online virtual communities and disability. In: Centre for Everyday Life Symposium: Media technologies community and everyday life, 2 September 2009, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A
Ellis, K. (2009) A quest through chaos: my narrative of illness and recovery. Gender Forum: An Internet Journal for Gender Studies, 26 .
Ellis, K. (2008) Disabling diversity: The social construction of disability in 1990s Australian national cinema. VDM Verlag, Saarbrucken, Germany.
Ellis, K. and Kent, M. (2008) iTunes is pretty (useless) when you're blind: Digital design is triggering disability when it could be a solution. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 11 (3).
Ellis, K. (2007) Disability as visual shorthand: Theme and style in Australian cinema in the 1990s. Metro Magazine: Media & Education Magazine, 152 . pp. 135-139.
Ellis, K. (2007) Isolation and companionship: Disability in Australian (Post) colonial cinema. Wagadu: Journal of Transnational Women's and Gender Studies, 4 . pp. 184-198.
Ellis, K. (2006) Unity verses diversity, the social disablement of UnAustralian national cinema during the 1990s. In: UNAUSTRALlA The Cultural Studies Association of Australasia's Annual Conference, 6 - 8 December 2006, Canberra, ACT, Australia
Ellis, K. (2004) At least I'm better off than you: Disability diversity in Australian cinema. In: Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Annual Conference: Everyday Transformations: The Twenty-First Century Quotidian, 9 - 11 December 2004, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A
Ellis, Kathleen (2004) You look normal to me: the social construction of disability in Australian national cinema in the 1990s. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Ellis, K. (2003) Reinforcing the stigma - The representation of disability in Gattaca. Australian Screen Education Online, 31 . pp. 111-114.
Ellis, K. (2002) Bad parenting a paranoia of wider society. In: The Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand 11th Biennial Conference, 28 November - 3rd December 2002, Flinders University, Adelaide
Ellis, K. (2002) New world, old habits: Patriarchal ideology in Star Wars: A new hope. Australian Screen Education Online, 30 . pp. 135-138.
Ellis, K. (2002) Why isn't there any wheelchair access at the Logies? Portraying disability and Australian-ness in Australia films'. In: AALS 17th Annual Conference: Narrative in Australian fiction and cinema, April 2002, Emporio State University, Kansas City, Missouri