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Kate Douglas

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Kate Douglas

 

Dr Kate Douglas is a Lecturer in English at Flinders University. Her main areas of research are contemporary modes of self-representation and life narrative studies, 20-21st century literatures in English, post-colonial literature and theory, and Australian literature. She is currently working on a book about autobiographies of childhood, as well as projects based on teaching Australian life narratives, and refugee and asylum-seeker narratives in Australia.

Dr Douglas has been the South Australian representative for the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL), and is one of the editors of M/C Reviews.

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