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Rachel Buchanan Rachel Buchanan i(A8397 works by)
Gender: Female
Arrived in Australia: 1993
Heritage: New Zealander
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Rachel Buchanan arrived in Australia from London in 1993 and worked at The Age as a sub editor and journalist. She started an Arts Degree at Monash University in 1994, graduating in 2001 with first-class honors in history and the J. D. Legge prize. In 2001 Buchanan took up a research scholarship for a project on Maori and Pakeha narratives in New Zealand history at Monash University

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2013 recipient Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships New Work - Emerging Writers Non-fiction
2011 ABR Patrons' Fellow Sidney Myer Fund Fellowship ABR Patrons' Fellow $5,000 to investigate the politics and purposes of collecting personal papers.
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