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On finding that no course in Australian Literaure was available at the University of Melbourne in 2011, Stephanie Guest set up her own unofficial course. Guest lecturers included Helen Garner, Kevin Hart, Elliot Perlman, Kevin Brophy, Peter Rose and Kim Scott.

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  • Epigraph: I can name many Australian creators of literature. Let not our historians depress them with proofs that they are merely creators of Australian literature. - W. A. Amiet, Meanjin Papers.

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Untitled Kevin Brophy , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , March no. 339 2012; (p. 2)
Kevin Brophy responds to Stephanie Guest's article on the dearth of Australian Literature teaching at the University of Melbourne. Brophy notes that it is important to recognise that 'Australian literature in an Arts degree is not confined to English programs. It is pervasive, for instance, in one of the newer disciplines in the humanities, Creative Writing'.
OzLit at Melbourne University Barbara Creed , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , March no. 339 2012; (p. 2)
Responding to Stephanie Guest's article on the dearth of teaching of Australian Literature at the University of Melbourne, Barbara Creed, head of the university's School of Culture and Communication, argues that the university 'offers a diverse range of subjects on Australian writing, from colonial to contemporary times'.
OzLit at Melbourne University Barbara Creed , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , March no. 339 2012; (p. 2)
Responding to Stephanie Guest's article on the dearth of teaching of Australian Literature at the University of Melbourne, Barbara Creed, head of the university's School of Culture and Communication, argues that the university 'offers a diverse range of subjects on Australian writing, from colonial to contemporary times'.
Untitled Kevin Brophy , 2012 single work correspondence
— Appears in: Australian Book Review , March no. 339 2012; (p. 2)
Kevin Brophy responds to Stephanie Guest's article on the dearth of Australian Literature teaching at the University of Melbourne. Brophy notes that it is important to recognise that 'Australian literature in an Arts degree is not confined to English programs. It is pervasive, for instance, in one of the newer disciplines in the humanities, Creative Writing'.
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