Suzie Gibson has a PhD in Comparative Literature at the University of Queensland. Her research analyses the intersection between literature and philosophy. She is currently working on two books: one analyses the narrative power of conspiracy in cinema and the other addresses the question of 'female misogyny'.
She has taught at a number of distinguished tertiary institutions covering the areas of popular culture, film, television, cultural studies, literature and literary theory.
She has published broadly in the areas of popular culture, literature, philosophy, film and ethics. Notable publications are in internationally renowned presses such as Johns Hopkins University Press and Cambridge University Press.
She is a Senior Lecturer in English Literature at Charles Sturt University.
Senior lecturer, Charles Sturt University
University of Qeensland, PhD
University of Sydney, BA Honours Class 1
The Power of Literature in J.M Coetzee's Elizabeth Costello, Australian Folklore
Love, Mariage and Dialectics in the Novels of Jane Austen, Jane Austen and Philosophy
Batman is Superman, Superman, Batman and Philosophy
Love's Negative Dialectic in Henry James's The Golden Bowl, Philosophy and Literature
Malouf's Invisible City: The Intertwining of Place and Identity in Johnno, Queensland Review
Stop the Ships: Elysium, Asylum Seekers and the Battle Over Sovereign Borders, Screen Education
Henry James's Vocabulary in The Ambassadors, Victorian Vocabularies E-book
The Mythology of Absence: David Malouf's 12 Edmondstone Street and Stefan Ackerie's Skyneedle, Australian Folklore
Missing the Remains of Ned Kelly, Australian Folklore
The Quest for Love and Identity in Marcus Clarke's His Natural Life, Australian Folklore
Toward an Ethics of Sensation in J.M.Coetzee's Disgrace, Literature and Sensation
The Gift of Faith: Rethinking an Ethics of Sacrifice and Decision in Fear and Trembling and The Gift of Death, Philosophy Today
Being Irresponsible in J.M. Coetzee's Disgrace, Literature and Ethics: Questions of Responsibility in Literary Studies
Bond and Phenomenology: Shaken not Stirred, James Bond and Philosophy: Questions are Forever