New Essay by SADIRN Member Sharon Rundle in the Collection ‘Claiming Space for Australian Women’s Writing’

Sharon Rundle’s essay on “Transnation and Feminine Fluidity: New Horizon in the Fiction of Chandani Lokugé” is included in the 2017 Palgrave Macmillan essay collection Claiming Space for Australian Women’s Writing, edited by Devaleena Das and Sanjukta Dasgupta (pp. 323-336).

Claiming Space

She also recently reviewed “Saffron and Silk” by Anne Benjamin for Transnational Literature:

http://dspace.flinders.edu.au/xmlui/bitstream/handle/2328/37227/Rundle_Saffron_and_Silk.pdf?sequence=1

Sharon will graduate from the University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences with a Doctorate of Creative Arts on 22nd August, 2017. Her Exegesis examined the Australian novel publishing industry and the sub-set of South Asian novelists within that industry.