Research Assistant CLLC since its inception
Faculty: Education and Arts
School: Humanities and Social Science
Room: MC101 McMullin building
Telephone: +61 2 4921 5769
Fax: +61 2 4921 6933
MA, Dip Ed (Sydney)
BA (Hon Linguistics) (Newcastle)
Higher Research Degree: Enrolled (2006) Topic: Anonymity, Individuality and Commonality in Victorian Periodical Literature: A Stylometric Approach.
Wallace, Lesley, Alexis Antonia and Hugh Craig (2009) "What's in a name: Was John Curtin 'Vigilant'? analysing style to determine authorship". History Australia, Vol. 6. Available here
Antonia, Alexis and Ellen Jordan (2008) "Who Wrote the Women's Movement Articles in The Saturday Review?" Nineteenth-Century Gender Studies. Available here
Ellen Jordan, Hugh Craig, and Alexis Antonia. (2006) "The Brontë Sisters and the Christian Remembrancer: A Pilot Study in the Use of the "Burrows Method" to Identify the Authorship of Unsigned Articles in the Nineteenth Century Periodical Press." Victorian Periodicals Review, Vol. 39, no.1, Spring, pp. 21-45.
McKenna, C.W.F. and Antonia, A. (2001) The Statistical analysis of Style: Reflections on Form, Meaning, and Ideology in the 'Nausicaa' episode of Ulysses. Literary and Linguistic Computing, vol. 16, No. 4. 353-373.
McKenna, C.W.F., Burrows, J.F. & Antonia, A. (1999) Beckett's Trilogy: Computational Stylistics and the Nature of Translation.
McKenna, C.W.F., Burrows, J.F. & Antonia, A. (1999) Beckett's Molloy: Computational Stylistics and the Meaning of Translation. In Variété: Perspectives in French Literature, Society and Culture, ed. Ramsland, M. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris, Wien.
McKenna, C.W.F. and Antonia, A. (1996) 'A few simple words' of interior monologue in Ulysses: reconfiguring the evidence. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 12: 55-66.
McKenna, C.W.F. and Antonia, A. (1994) Intertextuality and Joyce's 'Oxen of the Sun' episode in Ulysses: the relation between literary and computational evidence. RISSH, 30: 75-90.
Burrows, J.F., Antonia, A. and Burnard, L. (1992) Electronic Edition of The Complete Works of Jane Austen, Oxford University Press, Oxford.