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Nicole Anae Nicole Anae i(A147192 works by)
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Nicole Anae completed her PhD with the Faculty of English, Journalism and European Languages at the University of Tasmania with a dissertation titled 'A Crowned and Selected Band of Women: Tasmanian Actress/celebrities of the Nineteenth Century & "Home-grown" Identity'. She undertook part of her research at the Shakespeare Institute, Stratford-upon-Avon. Her research interests include children's literature, theatre, drama and cultural history, and the interplay between literature, performance and identity.

Most Referenced Works

Notes

  • Other critical works by Anae that do not fall under AustLit's scope include the following:

    '"Strange Disclosures": The Story of the Criminal Absconder, Elias Rosenwax and His Capture in Levuka by "Erarama, the Native Fijian Policeman," 1871,' Australasian Humanities Review, July 2012.

    '"Operatic Performances Two Hundred Miles in the Australian Bush": Staging Rural Identity, the Case of Madame Fannie Simonsen in Wagga Wagga, 1866'. Rural Society, vol. 20, 2010.

    'The Infant Phenomenon in Colonial Australia: The Case of Anna Maria Quinn, 1854 & 1857,' The Historian, vol. 71, issue 1, 2009.

    'Poses Plastiques: The Art and Style of Statuary in Victorian Visual Theatre, Australasian Drama Studies, vol. 52, 2008.

    'Belly-Speakers, Machines and Dummies: Puppetry in the Australian Colonies, 1830 – 1850s', Australasian Drama Studies, vol. 51, 2007.

    'Adventures in Nineteenth-Century Gender-Bending: Lady Emilia Don in Tasmania, 1862 and 1865', Australasian Drama Studies, vol. 48, 2006.

    'The New Prima Donnas': "Homegrown" Tasmanian "Stars" of the 1860s Emma and Clelia Howson, Journal of Australian Studies, vol. 84, 2005.

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