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    Dr Anne Jamison

Anne Jamison is a feminist literary critic with a research focus on nineteenth-century Irish and Australian women’s writing. She has published broadly on Irish writing, including research on Kate O’Brien, James Clarence Mangan, and Alicia Le Fanu; her monograph on Edith Somerville and Martin Ross was published in 2016 by Cork University Press. In 2016/17, she was Nancy Keesing Fellow at the State Library of NSW. During this time, she published research on Australian colonial writer, Catherine Helen Spence, as well as curated an online exhibition with the SLNSW, Queen’s University Belfast and National Museums Northern Ireland on the intersections between nineteenth-century Irish and Australian children’s fiction and school periodicals.