Katrina Schlunke and writes and researches about the interconnections between place, past race, whiteness, language, writing and Australian Indigenous interventions. She is a co-editor of Cultural Studies Review and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Universities of Tasmania and Sydney. She is currently working on a research project to do with extinction and its afterlives (with Dr Hannah Stark). Her most recent publication is ‘The Object of Art in the Anthropocene: Generative Chairs and High-Vis Touches’ (2018) published in Australian Humanities Review.
Katrina will appear at our 2019 conference.
Katrina’s writing includes Bluff Rock: Autobiography of a Massacre.