Avowal

Fletcher, Gabrielle 2019, AvowalCultural studies review, UTS ePRESS, Sydney, N.S.W., pp.200-203, doi: 10.5130/csr.v25i2.6897

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Title Avowal
Author(s) Fletcher, GabrielleORCID iD for Fletcher, Gabrielle orcid.org/0000-0003-4660-833X
Source title Cultural studies review
Publication date 2019
Material type poetry
Start page 200
End page 203
Total pages 3
Publisher UTS ePRESS
Place of Publication Sydney, N.S.W.
Issue 25
Array
Keyword(s) Indigenous Knowledge
colonial violence
ecocide
ecopoetics
Country
post-human
Research statement This piece was by invitation by one of the foundational editors of Cultural Studies Review (CSR) for the final edition of the journal, A/Professor Katrina Schlunke (katrina.schlunke@utas.edu.au). The field of research is the nexus of Cultural Studies, New Materisliam and Fictocritical writing, and I am the only Indigenous researcher in Australia researching and practicing in this field. The invitation was made to previous contributor on the basis of excellence in the field, and the evidence is invitation, that in the view of the Editorial body reflected the bring together a very wide range of thinking and writing on a very wide range of topics that pertain in the shape of their writing or theme to the broadest interests of the journal and the field of cultural studies. In this way we intend to create a sense of the breadth and vitality of cultural studies and of the interests and styles of scholarly work that will persist beyond the publication of the journal itself'. My invitation was to add to my impact in the field of Cultural Studies, as I am 'one of our very few authors to have an entire edition named after them!! (Don’t forget to claim that in promotion documents re impact in the field!)' (Schlunke). The contribution to the research and the field is in Indigenous New Materialism and Indigenous Fictocriticsim, and the innovative and novel manner this work mobilises.
ISSN 1446-8123
Language eng
DOI 10.5130/csr.v25i2.6897
Indigenous content off
Field of Research 2002 Cultural Studies
HERDC Research category J3 Poems
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30133285

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