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Dorothy Jones Dorothy Jones i(A17174 works by)
Born: Established: ca. 1935 ;
Gender: Female
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Dorothy Jones was a lecturer at the University of Wollongong 1971-1996, introducing comparative Australian/Canadian studies, and developing foundation subjects in Women's Studies. She has an MA (NZ) and an MA (Adelaide), a B.Litt.(Oxford) and a D.Litt (honoris causa, Wollongong). She has published widely in the area of postcolonial literature with a particular interest in women writers.

Dorothy Jones is a regular after school homework helper on a program for refugee children in the Illawarra.

In 2003 Dorothy Jones contributed an essay, Narrative Enclosures to the Nortel Networks Canadian Studies Address No. 2, Entering the Labyrinth : The Blind Assassin when Margaret Attwood visited Wollongong,

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