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Issue Details: First known date: 2006... 2006 Strange Directions for Future Research (Cultural Studies as Creative Writing)
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Magee offers what he calls 'three strange directions for future research' as examples of the possibilities of creative writing research: 'Kierkegaard - The Movie'; 'The Nullarbor Actually Has Trees In It'; and '19th Century Canberra'. He goes on to say that 'we're in a rare position to start addressing traditional intellectual questions as writers, with the same sorts of freedoms and licences we allow ourselves in our creative work.'

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