Dr Anna Lundh is a Library and Information Science researcher with a particular interest in reading practices and discourses about reading.
She is Senior Research Fellow at Libraries, Archives, Records and Information Science, School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry, Curtin University, Perth, Australia and Docent (Associate Professor) at the Swedish School of Library and Information Science at the University of Borås, Sweden.
Dr Lundh’s current research has two major lines of inquiry: 1) Tracing the historical background of current discourses concerning Media and Information Literacy, 2) Understanding reading practices that involve audio reading technologies such as screen
readers, talking books, and audio books.
Since 2004, Dr Lundh has been involved in and led a number of competitively funded, as well as industry funded research projects. On this website you can find her international publications, as well as her publications in Swedish.