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The Library, in collaboration with Western Sydney University is pleased to present, The Retrospect: a Symposium on Australian Women’s Writing.
Residing in the shadow of Henry Lawson, Banjo Patterson and a largely masculine literary tradition are the fascinating lives and culturally significant outputs of Australia’s often forgotten nineteenth-century women writers.
Hosted by Anne Jamison, this symposium brings together leading academic scholars and award-winning writers from across Australia to discuss and explore the diverse and remarkable contributions of nineteenth-century Australian women’s writing.
When: Thursday, 3 November 2016 – 1pm to 7.30pm
Where: Dixson Room, State Library of New South Wales
Register: This is a free event but places are limited and registration is required. To register, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further details about the symposium, including the full program are availble through the Writing & Society Research Centre website.
Anne Jamison is the 2016 Nancy Keesing Fellow at the Sate Library of New South Wales. Her research focuses on nineteenth-century Irish and Australian women’s writing and she is author of E. Œ. Somerville and Martin Ross. Female Authorship and Literary Collaboration (Cork University Press, 2016). She is also Lecturer in Literary Studies at Western Sydney University.