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Sunetha Rani (International) assertion Sunetha Rani i(A144098 works by) (a.k.a. K. Suneetha Rani)
Born: Established: 1966 ;
Gender: Female
Heritage: Indian
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BiographyHistory

'Dr. K. Suneetha Rani taught in the department of English, University of Hyderabad, India. Her PhD was on Australian Aboriginal women's autobiographies. Her research interests include Indian literature, Literatures of the marginalised, Women's Studies, Comparative literature and Translation. She translates literature from Telugu into English and English to Telugu'. (Source: Association for the Study of Australasia in Asia 4th International ASAA Conference website www.asaa.net.au/conf2008)

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Notes

  • Conference papers:

    • "Strange Way To Grow Up..." - Uncertain Identities and Traumatic Childhood in Roberta Sykes' Snake Dreaming. 4th International ASAA Conference, Kandy, Sri Lanka 2-5 December 2008.

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