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Robin Freeman Robin Freeman i(A28028 works by)
Also writes as: Robin Ann Freeman
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Robin Freeman has taught creative writing in the School of Communication and Creative Arts at Deakin University in Melbourne. Prior to commencing her academic career, she worked in the Australian book publishing industry for 15 years as both publisher and editor of trade, educational and academic titles. She has undertaken PhD studies into the ethical editing and publication of indigenous writing in postcolonial societies.

Most Referenced Works

Notes

  • Robin Freeman's work not individually indexed on AustLit includes the following:

    • 'Telling a Larger Truth', Victorian Writer [Victorian Writers Centre, Melbourne], July 2009, pp. 8-9.
    • w. Hawthorne, J., 'National Survey of Trade and Non-trade Publishing Organisations'. In Cope, Bill and Mason, Dean (ed), New Markets for Printed Books : Emerging Markets for Books, from the Creator to the Consumer, Altona: Common Ground Publishing, 2002, pp.81-102.
    • 'New Ways with Content Control and Risk Sharing'. In Cope, Bill and Freeman, Robin (ed), Digital Rights Management and Content Development, Altona: Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd, 2001, pp.145-154.
    • 'Creative Relationships in the Publishing Supply Chain'. In Cope, Bill and Freeman, Robin (ed), Digital Rights Management and Content Development, Altona: Common Ground Publishing, 2001, pp.125-144.
    • 'Writer-publisher Relationships'. In Cope, Bill and Freeman, Robin (ed), Digital Rights Management and Content Development, Altona: Common Ground Publishing, 2001, pp.105-124.
    • w. Le Rossignol, Karen, 'Clarifying Creative Nonfiction through the Personal Essay'. Text: Journal of Writing and Writing Programs, vol. 15, no. 2 (2012): pp. 1-11.
    • w. Le Rossignol, Karen, 'Taking Risks : Experiential Learning and the Writing Student'. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, vol. 50, no. 1, (2010): pp. 75-99.
    • w. Johanson, Katya, 'A Case for Blended and Collaborative Learning as Strategies for Teaching Editing and Publishing within a Postgraduate Writing Program', in Case for Blended and Collaborative Learning as Strategies for Teaching Editing and Publishing within a Postgraduate Writing Program. Napier, New Zealand: Massey University, 2006, pp. 119-131.
    • 'Technology and Management Systems for Digital Rights and Content: The Editors Friend, International Journal of the Book, vol. 1 (2003): pp. 287-297.
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