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    Professor Alexis Wright

Professor Alexis Wright is a member of the Waanyi nation of the Gulf of Carpentaria. She is an author and essayist whose publications include Carpentaria (Giramondo, 2006), awarded the Miles Franklin Award in 2007; The Swan Book (Giramondo, 2013), awarded the Australian Literature Society Gold Medal in 2014, and Tracker (Giramondo, 2017), awarded the Stella Prize in 2018. Her essay 'What Happens When You Tell Somebody Else’s Story’ (Meanjin, 2016) was awarded the Hilary McPhee Award in 2016. Professor Wright holds the Boisbouvier Chair in Australian Literature at The University of Melbourne, and is a lead researcher on the ARC Discovery Project Other Worlds: 'Forms of World Literature'.