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Eleanor Hogan Eleanor Hogan i(A36165 works by)
Gender: Female
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BiographyHistory

Eleanor Hogan gained her PhD in English from the University of Melbourne. She has worked in policy research with Indigenous and human rights organisations.

Most Referenced Works

Personal Awards

2018 winner Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship

for her project on the friendship between Ernestine Hill 
and Daisy Bates

2016 shortlisted Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship for her work ‘Into the Loneliness: The Literary Alliance of Ernestine Hill and Daisy Bates’.
2016 recipient Australian Centre Literary Awards Peter Blazey Fellowship

for Into the Loneliness: The Literary Alliance of Ernestine Hill and Daisy Bates

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