Monthly Archives: April 2018

Worth a Call

Convenor, ‘Speculating upon Biography’: An International Symposium dedicated to exploring the boundaries of biography, CQUniversity Noosa, 25-26 October 2018 Co-editor, The Australasian Journal of Popular Culture https://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=202/   Professor Donna Lee Brien BEd (Deakin), GCHEd (UNE), MA(Prelim) (USyd), MA (UTS), PhD (QUT) Professor, Creative … Continue reading

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Calling all writers: Important Upcoming Symposium

Call for abstracts: ‘Speculating upon Biography’: An International Symposium dedicated to exploring the boundaries of biography 25-26 October 2018, Noosa Queensland Australia The etymology of biography comes from the Greek βίος(bíos, “life”) plus γράφω (gráphō, “write”), which explains why most … Continue reading

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Representations of the Mother-in-law in literature, film, drama, and televsion

Something different. This new book, edited by Dr Jo Parnell, has a foreword by Conjoint Associate Professor Jo May, and a conclusion by the highly-esteemed, world known Shakespearian scholar, Professor Hugh Craig FAHA; all three academics are from the University of Newcastle, Australia. This … Continue reading

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