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Elizabeth Wulff completed her doctorate at the University of Sydney in 2008. She has a BA in Cultural Studies & Cultural Policy, majoring in Literature from CSU.

Elizabeth has worked in research and as a sessional academic at USYD and CSU since 1999 and specialises in English literature, cultural studies and gender theory. After an 8-year sojourn in the public and community sector, where she gained a Diploma of Management and used her theoretical knowledge in practical environments, Elizabeth returned to CSU in 2015.

Elizabeth's research interests include speculative fiction, gender and identity politics, body/ landscape relations. She is also a member of the Women in Trades: Understanding Resilience team, CSU’s Gender and Feminist Studies (GaFS) Research Network and a member of CSU's eXtended Reality Collaborative (XRC).


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