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Gender: Female
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'Dr Lorna Hallahan is a social worker and theologian working as an academic in the School of Social and Policy Studies at Flinders University. She is a contributor to national and state disability policy debates who also writes and speaks regularly on ethics in human and health services.'

Source: Australian Book Review website,
Sighted: 03/05/2010

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On Being Odd 2010 single work essay
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , May no. 321 2010; (p. 24-29) The Best Australian Essays 2010 2010; (p. 287-299)

'In "On Being Odd", Lorna Hallahan ... writes about a different form of stigmatisation: the marginalisation of the different, the disabled, the supposedly "odd" or "grotesque".'

Source: Australian Book Review, 'Advances', May 2010

2010 joint winner The Calibre Prize Joint winner with David Hansen for 'Seeing Truganini'.
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