Anne Jamison is a feminist literary critic whose core research focus is on nineteenth-century Irish and Australian women's writing. In 2016 she published a monograph on the collaborative authorship of Irish writers, Edith Somerville and Violet Martin; in the same year, she was awarded the State Library of NSW's Nancy Keesing Fellowship to carry out research on Australian writer and reformer, Catherine Helen Spence. She is currently Senior Lecturer in Literary Studies at Western Sydney University, as well as Deputy Director of the Writing and Society Research Centre. She relocated with her family from Northern Ireland to Australia in 2013.
14 September 2019
10.00 - 11.00 Writers@Work
Michelle de Kretser, Drusilla Modjeska and Bernadette Brennan with Anne Jamison
This session will be recorded by The Sydney Review of Books.