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Publishing News

Dr Yvonne Griggs, Lecturer in Media and Communications, is pleased to advise that she has a new book contract with Palgrave Macmillan, with a view to publication in early 2018. The title of the book is “Adaptable TV:  Rewiring the Text”.  Dr Griggs will also have a chapter published in early 2017, ‘Reconfiguring the Nordic Noir Brand:  Nordic Noir TV Crime Drama as Remake’, in the edited collection of “The Routledge Companion to Adaptation Studies”.  Both the monograph and chapter look at the creative processes informing translation of narrative from one medium/culture to another.

Family HistoryDr Jeremy Fisher, Senior Lecturer in Writing, advises that his new book, “Faith, Hope and Stubborn Pride – searching for heaven in Aotearoa and Australia”, is in the final stages of preparation for publication.  Dr Fisher advises that the work is largely non-fiction, with fictional components, and through his research he explores how much a writer can extrapolate from the facts and still call his/her writing non-fiction.  The book is illustrated with numerous photographs.

‘I had to come to see for myself’

Dr Rose Williamson has had a piece published in the Australian Prime Ministers section of the national Museum of Australian Democracy website.  The piece,  ‘I had to come to see for myself:  prime ministers, natural disaster and the people’ , is also accessible via touch screens in the Prime Ministers of Australia Exhibition at the Museum of Australian Democracy, Old Parliament House, Canberra.

2016 October Graduation News

kahlerDr Angie Kahler graduated with her PhD on 22 October 2016 and was awarded the Chancellor’s Research Medal. Her thesis is entitled:  ‘A History for Tenzin:  Researching and Writing History as a Creative Nonfiction’.

 

Dr Angie Kahler is a member of the University of New England Cultural and Creative Arts Network (U-CCAN).

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