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Research student supervision

Supervision areas:

Transnational culture

Tourism studies

Travel writing

Genre and popular culture (film, comics, multimodal)

Gender in Latin American culture

Contemporary literature


Current students:




Jane Hanley investigates topics related to travel and tourism, migration, past and present popular culture in Spain, and contemporary Mexico within broad research areas including travel writing, transnational cultural production, and gender in Spanish-language popular culture. Her current research project is on the influence of transnational mobility and networks in different genres. She serves on the Editorial Committee of the Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research. Jane is also interested in curriculum design and implementation, student assessment and student experiences of learning, and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.


Teaching and curriculum development experience includes:

SLAS1010/1020 Spanish Studies 1, 2

SLAS2010/2020 Spanish Studies 3, 4

SLAS3010/3020 Spanish Studies 5, 6

SLAS2015 Passion and Repression

SPN315 Place and Displacement

INTS1000 Language and Communication: Cultural Contexts

INTS1040 European Cultures and Identities

INTS2020 Citizenship, Borders and Transnationalism

INTS2060 Screening Europe: Cinema and Identity

INTS3010 International Studies Research Option

INTS7000 Critique in Language, Literature and Cultural Studies

FOAR7008 Globalising Cultures

Education/Academic qualification

Macquarie University

Award Date: 17 Apr 2012

The University of New South Wales

University of Technology Sydney

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Research Output

International solidarity, volunteer tourism and travel writing: Mexico and Central America in Spanish and English

Hanley, J., 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Text.

Macquarie University

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review