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Hannah has been involved in teaching and coordinating the following units:
'Judith Butler's Post-Hegelian Ethics and the Problem with Recognition.' Feminist Theory. Accepted 18/10/12.
'Discord, monstrosity and violence: Deleuze's differential ontology and its consequences for ethics.' Deleuze Studies. Provisional acceptance 10/10/12.
'Deleuz and Love.' Angelaki. 17.1 (2012): 99-113.
'Reconsidering kinship: beyond the nuclear family with Deleuze and Guattari'. Cultural Studies Review. Co-authored with Timothy Laurie, University of Sydney (50%). 18.1 (2012): 19-39.
'Allegories of queer love: Quality television and the re-imagining of the American family.' Queer Love on Film and Television. Pamela Demory and Christopher Pullen (Eds). Co-authored with Jessica Murrell (50%). Forthcoming 2012.
'A critical politics of the human: Judith Butler and Gilles Deleuze.' What is the Human?: Australian Voices from the Humanities. Bob Hodge, Phillipa Kelly and L. E. Semler (Eds.), 2012. 35-46.
Published Conference Papers:
'"But we always make love with worlds": Deleuze (and Guattari) and love.' Proceedings of CSAA 2008 Sustaining Culture Conference. S. Luckman, J. Cook and D. Murtic (Eds.), 6-8 December 2007.
'"The earth is this close embrace": Intimacy with the nonhuman.' Deleuze and China Workshop, University of Tasmania (1-2 November 2012).
'A Violent Ontology.'
Violence Studies Conference 2012, University of Newcastle (21-23 August 2012).
'Ethics beyond recognition.'
Fifth International Deleuze Studies Conference, Tulane University (25-27 June 2012).
'Violence, discord and monstrosity: Deleuze and ethics.'
The time(s) of our lives. ASCP Conference, LaTrobe University (12-15 December 2011).
'Representing intimacy: Quality television and the contemporary American family.' The Contemporary in Literature and the Arts, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (24-26 June 2011).
'The post-humanist ethics of Judith Butler and Gilles Deleuze.'
The Human and the Humanities in Literature, Language and Culture. AULLA Congress 35, University of Sydney (4-6 February 2009).
'"The expression of a possible world": toward a political concept of love.' First International Deleuze Studies Conference, University of Cardiff (11-13 August 2008).
'"But we always make love with worlds": Deleuze (and Guattari) and love.' Cultural Studies Association Australia Annual Conference, University of South Australia (6-8 December 2007).
'Bodily palimpsest: presence and absence in Franko B's "Blood Works".' Critical Animals: This Is Not Art Festival, Affiliated with the University of Newcastle (27-29 September 2007).
'The feminist becoming of Deleuzian theory: thinking embodiment through Deleuze and Guattari's concept of desire.'
Rhizomes 3: Different Becomings, University of Queensland (8-9 February 2007).
Hannah joined UTAS in 2011. Prior to this she completed her PhD in the Discipline of English at the University of Adelaide. Her PhD, entitled "Deleuze's Differential Ontology and the Problem of Ethics", explores Deleuze's philosophy of difference in the context of contemporary debates in ethical theory.
Hannah's research interests include post-structuralist theory, philosophies of difference, ethics, gender and sexuality, and representations of intimacy. She is currently working on turning her PhD thesis into a book and has recently embarked on a new research project on nonhuman violence.
Australian Centre on China in the World, CIW Resources for Chinese Studies. 'Deleuze and China' (with Dr Mark Harrison and Dr Jayde de Lin Roberts), 2012.
UTAS Central Conference Funding to attend the Fifth International Deleuze Studies Conference, Tulane University, New Orleans, 2012.
University of Tasmania New Appointees Research Grant 'Deleuze's Differential Ontology and the Problem of Ethics', 2011.
SEJEL Strategic Research funding (2014 ERA Boost) 'Allegories of Queer Love', 2011.
Authorised by the Interim Head of School, Social Sciences and the Acting Head of School, Humanities
20 May, 2013