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    Fairy tales and fantasy on campus

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2022/fairy-tales-and-fantasy-on-campus
    22 Aug 2022: Fairy tales, cosplay and storytelling are the focus of a new festival being hosted and supported by the University of Tasmania. The inaugural Festival of the Fantastic in Australian and Japanese Arts is a celebration of Australian and Japanese
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    Why "witch" isn’t a dirty word

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2019/843-why-witch-isnt-a-dirty-word
    28 Mar 2019: PhD student and author Sam George-Allen thinks that while “witch” is a gendered term, it’s not necessarily an insult. This is one of the issues she explores in her new book Witches: What Women Do Together. “The word ‘witch’ isn’t
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    A mountain-top view of feminism through the ages

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2021/1182-a-mountain-top-view-of-feminism-through-the-ages
    12 Nov 2021: Keely Jobe’s PhD project is centred on an important moment in the history of a rural lesbian separatist community in NSW. “It’s an interrogation of what emerges and what’s lost when a group is forced to adapt to change,” Keely said. The
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    Turning fiction into a PhD

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2019/966-turning-fiction-into-a-phd
    28 Nov 2019: Writer and psychotherapist, Liz Evans has taken her professional experience and love of domestic noir novels into her Creative Writing PhD research, which involves writing a novel as well as a thesis. I’m looking at how contemporary psychological
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    Understanding colonial maps

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2021/1123-understanding-colonial-maps
    31 Mar 2021: On Boxing Day 1832 surveyors across southern Van Diemen’s Land were huddled in their tents, sheltering from the rain. Poor Charles Wedge set out to work but was ‘obliged to return’, while Raphael Clint made no pretence, recording in his log,
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    Why English classrooms and book clubs are life-altering spaces

    https://www.utas.edu.au/about/news-and-stories/articles/2019/762-why-english-classrooms-and-book-clubs-are-life-altering-spaces
    1 Jul 2019: “The English classroom should be that space where you can broaden your understanding of literature, become a better writer, become a better reader, and become more able to think and talk about the ideas and experiences that you get from books,”

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