Anna Hampson Lundh is Senior Lecturer at the Swedish School of Library of Information Science at the University of Borås, Sweden and Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Information Studies, Curtin University, Perth, Australia. Her specific research interests concern children’s reading practices.
Currently, Anna is the First Chief Investigator of the project Reading, traditions and negotiations: Reading activities in Swedish classrooms 1967-1969 (funded by the Swedish Research Council) and Learning to read talking books: The documentary practices of children with print disabilities (funded by the Curtin Research Fellowship). In these projects, Anna and her colleagues explore children’s reading activities in contemporary society, as well as historically.
Dolatkhah, M. & Lundh, A.H. (forthcoming). Information and experience: Audiovisual observations of reading activities in Swedish comprehensive school classrooms 1967–1969. History of Education, online version available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0046760X.2016.1166268
Lundh, A.H. (2016). Subject positions of children in information behaviour research. Information Research, 21(3) Available at: http://InformationR.net/ir/21-3/paper717.html
Lundh, A.H. & Dolatkhah. M. (2016). Reading as dialogical document work: Possibilities for Library and Information Science. Journal of Documentation, 72(1), pp. 127-139.
Lundh, A.H. & Dolatkhah, M. (2015). Becoming citizens: Dialogical document work in the classroom of the People’s Home. In Proceedings from the Document Academy, 2, article 14. Available at: http://ideaexchange.uakron.edu/docam/vol2/iss1/14/
Lundh, A.H. & Johnson, G.M. (2015). The use of digital talking books by people with print disabilities: A literature review. Library Hi Tech, 34(1), pp. 54 – 64.
Lundh, A.H. & Smith, B. (2015). Two King Lears: The meaning potentials of writing and speech for talking books. In Proceedings from the Document Academy, 2, article 6. Available at: http://ideaexchange.uakron.edu/docam/vol2/iss1/6/
Ph.D., Senior Lecturer