|Hecate | Editorial Board Members|
Margaret Allen.Professor of Gender, Work and Social Inquiry, the University of Adelaide.
Ien Ang FAHA, Professor of Cultural Studies, Founding Director and ARC Professorial Fellow, University of Western Sydney.
Alison Bartlett. Associate Professor, Director of Centre for Women's Studies, University of Western Australia, Perth.
Frances Bonner. Associate Professor, School of EMSAH, The University of Queensland. Author of Ordinary Television (2003).
Barbara Brook. Co-ordinator Women's and Gender Studies, Victoria University of Technology. Former editor Australian Women's Book Review.
Ann Curthoys. Manning Clark Professor of History, Australian National University, has written on gender, race, Australian history and historical memory. Books include Freedom Ride: A Freedomrider Remembers (with John Docker, 2002), Is History Fiction? (2005) and, most recently (with Ann Genovese and Alexander Reilly), Rights and Redemption: History, Law and Indigenous People.
Maryanne Dever. Associate Professor, until recently Director Women's Studies and Gender Research, Monash University, Melbourne.
Raymond Evans. Adjunct Professor, Griffith University and the University of Queensland. Author of many books on Australian history and race relations.
Lynette Finch. Senior Lecturer, University of the Sunshine Coast. Latest book, Dark Angel: Propaganda and Modern Warfare (2008).
Suzanne Franzway. Associate Professor, University of South Australia. Author of Sexual Politics and Greedy Institutions (2002).
Susan Gardner. Associate Professor of English, the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Currently completing a biography, A Vision of Double Woman: Ella Cara Deloria and the Profession of Kinship.
Sneja Gunew. Professor of English and Women's Studies, and Director of Centre for Research in Women's Studies and Gender Relations, University of British Columbia. Latest book, Haunted Nations: The Colonial Dimension of Multiculturalisms (2004).
Margaret Henderson, Senior Lecturer in Literature and Gender Studies, The University of Queensland. Author of Marking Feminist Times: Remembering the Longest Revolution in Australia (2006).
Janette Turner Hospital, author of eight novels of which the latest is Orpheus Lost, is Carolina Distinguished Professor of English at the Department of English, University of South Carolina Columbia.
Jackie Huggins AM FAHA. Deputy Director, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit, The University of Queensland.
Prue Hyman, Formerly Associate Professor of Economics and Women's Studies, now Research Associate, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
Helen Johnson. Senior Lecturer, in Anthropology, The University of Queensland. Research interests in women and development.
Julie Kelso, Honorary Research Adviser, The University of Queensland and Teaching Fellow, Bond University. Managing editor The Bible and Critical Theory.
Meera Kosambi. Until recently, Director of Research Centre for Women's Studies, SNDT University for Women, Mumbai.
Bronwen Levy. Senior Lecturer, School of EMSAH, The University of Queensland.
Aorewa McLeod. Formerly Senior Lecturer in English, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Currently co-authoring a study of New Zealand women's fiction.
Vera Mackie, Australian Research Council Australian Professorial Fellow, School of Historical Studies, University of Melbourne.
Susan Magarey FASSA, AM. Adjunct Professor, University of Adelaide, until recently Director of Research Centre for Women's Studies and editor of Australian Feminist Studies. Latest book is a biography of Dame Roma Mitchell (2007).
Nicole Moore. Senior Lecturer, Australian studies, Macquarie University, Sydney and an editor of Australian Feminist Studies.
Kathie Muir. Senior Lecturer in Gender, Work and Social Inquiry, University of Adelaide.
Rebecca Pelan. Formerly Director of Women's Studies, University of Galway, now Lecturer in English, University College Dublin. Editor, Irish Feminist Review.
Suvendrini Perera, Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Media, Society and Culture at Curtin University of Technology has degrees from the University of Sri Lanka and Columbia. Currently working on ARC funded project 'Junction Zones', on multiethnic spaces in Australia, Asia and the Pacific.
Alison Ravenscroft. Senior Lecturer, English, LaTrobe University, Melbourne, has research interests in Indigenous writing, race and whiteness, and the war in Viet Nam.
Lyndall Ryan. Foundation Professor of Australian Studies, University of Newcastle (Australia).
Kay Saunders. Emeritus Professor, History, The University of Queensland. Director, The Brisbane Institute.
Kay Schaffer. Adjunct Professor of Gender Studies, the University of Adelaide.
Bonnie Kime Scott is Professor and Chair of Women's Studies at San Diego State University, the oldest Women's Studies program in the United States. Latest book is Gender in Modernism: New Geographies, Complex Intersections (2007).
Susan Sheridan. Adjunct Professor, Flinders University. Formerly Director of Women's Studies, and an editor of Australian Feminist Studies.
Angela Smith, Emeritus Professor English Studies, founding member and Director, Centre of Commonwealth Studies, at the University of Stirling, Scotland. Has taught at universities in California, Wales and Malawi, and held research fellowships in Melbourne and Canberra. Books include East African Writing in English (1989), Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf: A Public of Two (1999), and Katherine Mansfield: A Literary Life (2000). Chaired Europe and South Asia panel, Commonwealth Writers' Prize 2006-7.
Linda Tuhiwai Smith. Professor and Pro-Vice Chancellor Maori, the University of Waikato, New Zealand.
Ian Syson. Senior Lecturer, Victoria University of Technology. Former editor of Overland and managing editor, Vulgar Press, Melbourne.
Chris Weedon is Professor and Chair of the Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies in the School of English, Communication and Cultural Studies, University of Cardiff. Also Chair of Butetown History and Arts Centre. Latest book is Gender, Feminism and Fiction in Germany, 1940-1914 (2007).
Gillian Whitlock FAHA. Professor of English, The University of Queensland. Latest book Soft Weapons: Autobiography in Transit (2007).
Janet Wilson is Professor of English and Postcolonial Studies at the University of Northampton, a Senior Research Fellow at the Rothermere American Institute, University of Oxford for 2007-08. Editor of the Journal of Postcolonial Writing, and Chair, European Association for Commonwealth Language and Literature Studies.
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