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Results: Dr Alyson Miller / 2016

Dr Cassandra Atherton and Dr Alyson Miller’s VicArts Research Project

Dr Cassandra Atherton and Dr Alyson Miller were awarded a VicArts Grant earlier in 2016 for international research and development of a graphic verse novel (collaboration with artist Phil Day...

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Cassandra Atherton, David Lowe and Alyson Miller Sign Contract with Rowman and Littlefield

This week CHRG’s Cassandra Atherton, David Lowe, Alyson Miller signed a contract with Rowman and Littlefield for a book of essays entitled Memorializing the Atomic Bomb.   The purpose...

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Dr Alyson Miller Reports on World Poetry Day, 2016

 Dr Alyson Miller attends a celebration of UNESCO’s World Poetry Day in Geelong. I recently attended a celebration of World Poetry Day, hosted by Geelong Library and Heritage Centre,...

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World Poetry Day Tuesday 22 March, Geelong Library and Heritage Centre

Contemporary Histories Research Group members, Dr Alyson Miller, Professor David McCooey and Associate Professor Maria Takolander, will read their poetry from Black Inc’s The Best Australian Poems 2015 for World Poetry...

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Cassandra Atherton & Alyson Miller Awarded Vic Arts Grant

Dr Cassandra Atherton & Dr Alyson Miller have been awarded a $9,000 VicArts grant for international research and development of a graphic verse novel (collaboration between poets Alyson Miller...

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‘The Limits of Life Writing’ Symposium – 19 February 2016

The Contemporary Histories Research Group’s symposium ‘The Limits of Life Writing’ is fast approaching. This event will be held at Deakin University’s Waterfront campus on Friday 19 February 2016....

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Maria Takolander – Best Australian Poems 2015

Associate Professor Maria Takolander‘s contribution in Best Australian Poems 2015 (Black Inc., 2015) was mentioned in Peter Kenneally’s review of the collection on 8 January 2016 (The Age/Sydney Morning Herald)....

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