Kate Mitchell

Dr Kate Mitchell is lecturer in English at the Australian National University. Her research is focused on nineteenth- and twentieth-century literary and cultural history with a particular interest in neo-Victorian fiction and historical recollection in fictional narratives. Her monograph, History and Cultural Memory in Neo-Victorian Fiction: Victorian Afterimages was published by Palgrave in 2010, and her articles on historical fiction have appeared in Neo-Victorian Studies and a number of edited collections and journals. With Dr Nicola Parsons (University of Sydney), she co-edited a collection of essays entitled Reading the Represented Past: Literature & Historical Consciousness, 1700 to the Present (Palgrave 2013). She serves on the editorial board of Humanities Research Journal.

Humanities Research: Volume XV. No. 1. 2009 »

Diversity, Integration and Citizenship

Edited by: Adam Berryman, Kate Mitchell
Publication date: March 2009
Humanities Research is an internationally peer-reviewed journal published by the Research School of Humanities at The Australian National University. The Research School of Humanities came into existence in January 2007 and consists of the Humanities Research Centre, Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, National Europe Centre and Australian National Dictionary Centre. Launched in 1997, issues are thematic with guest editors and address important and timely topics across all branches of the humanities.
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