Lecturer - Lecturer
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Linn also provides supervision for Special Topics in Philosophy
HPA2/398 and HPA411
Kierkegaard’s Ontology of ‘Spirit’ (Selfhood)
Linn lectures in the School of Philosophy and Gender Studies, Launceston, and is currently Research Fellow, Community Engaged Aboriginal Research Initiative.
Linn's research concerns the critical exploration of theories of selfhood and belonging with particular focus on the interconnected ontologies of place and person as they arise in Australian contexts.
Her publications include works on Aboriginal metaphysics and engagements with Country, identity politics, philosophies of place and the proto-existentialist thought of nineteenth-century Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard.
Linn is currently engaged in a number of externally funded collaborative research projects mapping Tasmanian settler and Aboriginal cultural and environmental values, land usage and occupancy and the significance of place and place attachment in regional Tasmania in both historical and contemporary contexts.
Authorised by the Acting Head of School, Humanities
15 October, 2012