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Kate Douglas Kate Douglas i(A65551 works by) (a.k.a. J.K. Douglas)
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Kate Douglas holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours I) (Newcastle), a Bachelor of Social Work (Newcastle), a Graduate Certificate (Education) (UQ), and a Ph.D. (UQ).

She joined the Department of English, Creative Writing, and Australian Studies at Flinders University in 2004. In 2015, she was Associate Professor at Flinders University.

Her primary research interests include Life Narrative studies (the ways in which people tell stories about their lives and the lives of others and the technologies they use to record these life stories) and the social work of life writing (how stories engage with the politics of the moment and promote social change). She is also a strong advocate of research-led teaching and teaching-led research, and has won several awards for excellence in teaching.

In 2015, she was the Director of Studies in the Department of English, Creative Writing, and Australian Studies ay Flinders University.

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