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Martina Horakova Martina Horakova i(A137901 works by)
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Dr Martina Horakova obtained her Ph.D. in the Comparative Literature program at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic, for a dissertation titled Claiming Voice and Writing Life: A Comparative Analysis of Indigenous Women's Life Writing in North America and Australia.

She has been a full-time lecturer in the Department of English and American Studies, Masaryk University, where she has enthusiastically promoted twentieth-century Australian literature in undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Her research interests include white settler literature of Canada and Australia, Indigenous literatures, women's life writing, and fictocriticism.

Most Referenced Works


  • Conference papers:

    • "Inscribing Double Voice in Indigenous Life Writing: Reading Kayang and Me by Kim Scott and Hazel Brown.", ASAL conference, The Colonial Present, 2007.
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