Jeanette Hoorn is an Honorary Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne. Her areas of interest focus around Gender, Race and Colonialism in Settler and First Nations’ Australian art and film. Recent publications include Hoorn, Jeanette. “Ellis Rowan, Extinction and the Politics of Flower Painting”. Animals, Plants and Afterimages: The Art and Science of Representing Extinction, edited by Bienvenue, Valerie, and Chare, Nicholas, Berghahn, 2022, pp. 259-273; Hoorn, Jeanette. “Know My Name: Australian Women Artists 1900 To Now”. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, vol.22, no.1, 2022, pp. 128-132,10.1080/14434318.2022.2076035; Hoorn, Jeanette. “The destruction of Indigenous Australian sites cannot be allowed to continue”. Apollo: The International Art Magazine, June 2020, pp. 1-8; Hoorn, J, ‘In-Your-Face: The Monstrous-Feminine in Photography, Performance Art, Multimedia and Painting’ in Chare, N, Hoorn, J and Yue, A, (eds), Re-reading The Monstrous-Feminine: Art Film and Psychoanalysis, Routledge, London, 2020. pp.241-254; Creed, B, Hoorn, J, ‘Animals, Art, Abjection’ in Arya, A and Chare, N, Abject Visions: Powers of horror in art and visual culture, Manchester UP, 2019 pp.90-104; Hoorn, J ‘Notes on Joy Hester’ in Patricia Piccinini and Joy Hester Through Love, Tarrawarra Museum of Art, 2018, pp.8-16; Hoorn, Jeanette. “‘Rock Stars: The Indigenous Artists Inspired by Uluru’”. Apollo – The International Art Magazine, 2019, pp. 1-3.