B Education, M Arts, PhD
Professor, School of Humanities
- Screen adaptation
- Film/TV and place
Current teaching areas
- Film studies
Albert Moran has taught screen studies for almost 40 years.
Born in Dublin, he has degrees from Sydney, La Trobe and Griffith Universities. His scholarly output include 30 books authored or edited, singly or jointly, and more than 100 refereed papers. Most recent publications include the monograph New Flows in Global TV (Intellect 2009) and the co-edited collection Cultural Adaptation (Routledge 2010). Albert helped pioneer the critical analysis of Australian film and television history and established the field of global television format studies. His business biography of Australia's format mogul Reg Grundy will appear in early 2013 as well as a co-edited collection Watching Films. An Honorary Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, Albert is professor in Screen Studies and Production.